um, is that a watch

December 19, 2009

okay, so are those watches on his left and right wrists?

what is that?

isnt he supposed to be an “ancient”  sumerian.

how would he have access to a device like that?

i mean, if it really was a watch.

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6 Responses to “um, is that a watch”

  1. Maddy McMan said

    It does look like he is wearing Rolexes. Maybe they really had stargates back then. I think ancient civilizations did have some advancements that were lost. “Historians” still can’t figure out how they did some of the things they did. They could probably whip up a lil something to cure cancer and aids.

  2. key said

    i agree.

    there is so much information that is hidden.

    i wonder why this info is hidden?

    are they afraid that if the right people have the info something GOOD will actually happen.

    maybe.

    : )

  3. key said

    i agree.

    there is so much information that is hidden.

    i wonder why this info is hidden?

    are they afraid that if the right people have the info something GOOD will actually happen.

    maybe.

  4. Maddy McMan said

    If all these cultural histories were revealed, maybe our people would have motivation to break free of institutional ignorance. You know like i know, “folks” can’t have that. The “balance” must remain.

    History is as selective as the media. EX.Brittany Murphy just died of heart attack. you and i both know that is drug related. They are going to clean her up like they did Heath Ledger. He was dealin with an Olsen twin and that rolled up bill was not clean.

    Sometimes we have to use our own judgement and insight to see beneath the front. I apologize for another rant. 🙂

  5. key said

    i love the rants!

    keep em coming.

    however, i dont think that revealing info will help most black people.

    info that i am just now learning about has been around for generations. people choose not to embrace this info.

    just as we see today many black people are happy in their ignorance. they like it, its easy.

    its too hard to stand up and think differently.

    they tell themselves, but what will my “friends” say.

    what will people at “church” think.

    we are always so worried about our ego and how people view us.

  6. Maddy McMan said

    I agree with everything you said. I think that within my rants I secretly hope that black folks will break out of that ignorance. Its holds so many of us back and it get passed on generation after generation. Our pride and creativity is in a sharp decline. More black people looking down on other black people because they are past a that “decent” shade of brown….I will save the rest of my rant for another post. 🙂 I caught myself.

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