Everybody Needs Some Good Lovin’

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Is it tacky to beg for help? If so, it doesn’t really matter: I have no shame.

I’m extremely thankful to every person that has added me to their blog roll, linked one of my entries on their pages, or on their own initiative, passed my blog around to people they know. The positive feedback actually means a lot.

Still, like most attention whores who want their voices to reach as many people as possible, I’m hoping to get more notice for my little online space.

So, with that being said, if you could please, just take my link, send it around, I’d greatly appreciate it.

I don’t want to end up on the hoe stroll. That whole hustling thing doesn’t sound all too appealing – y’know, with the fear of being caught and locked up and all. I’m not T.I., so I won’t have the luxury of having protection in prison.

And I really don’t want to be like the neighborhood crack head or possible schizophrenic, Major, who I always see having an intense argument with himself whenever I ride by. That or he’s asking everyone at the corner store to buy him a beer, then proceeds to curse people out if they decline.

Anyway, help the cause, please! I’ve included sad images as motivation tactic.


Wait, what about this?

Remember when Ashanti tried to dance? What could be sadder than that? Probably Ashanti’s first expression after getting the first week sales of her next album, but you see where I’m going with this.

Go 25 seconds into the video. I think that’s the saddest thing I’ve seen all day. Ok, that was mean. She actually looks happy. But did it make you laugh? That has to count for something, right?

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