Pictures that Speak MORE than a Thousand Words
I'll Just KEEP Tryin' - Roy Ayers
Supremacy still lives! Did you notice the dude's broken graduated cylinder? Peep the following quote from this article:
"Africa’s best universities, the grand institutions that educated a revolutionary generation of nation builders and statesmen, doctors and engineers, writers and intellectuals, are collapsing. It is partly a self-inflicted crisis of mismanagement and neglect, but it is also the result of international development policies that for decades have favored basic education over higher learning even as a population explosion propels more young people than ever toward the already strained institutions."
While we bicker about immigration reform and nappy-headed-hos, these students are sleeping on floors, working multiple jobs, and getting up before the sun rises. For what? AN EDUCATION. When those same students land on OUR shores and take YOUR jobs, don't say that we didn't warn you. They WILL come. They won't have much, but they'll have DEGREES.
Or maybe we could prepare our children for the competition that they will face by investing more of our time, money, and cultural weight in education. Or maybe we could just bicker over what to do with those damn landscapers.
It Ain't Rainin' On Nobody's House But Mine - The Dramatics
This Dramatics song is THE soundtrack for that picture of Alberto. Poor dude is learning the G DUBBZ administration's meaning of the word affirmative action.
Mr. Cool - Rasputin's Stash
Believe it or not, Estonia is one of the most wired nations in the world. Believe it or not, this dude is an officer in the country's Computer Emergency Response Team. Did dude find the blogger dream job? A real job, with GULLYNESS factor and real money, all while living in his mother's basement? Baaaaalliiinnnn! Dude found the blogger wet dream. Nullus.