oh yeah i nominate kenya, tiph and taste like candie, and sweetleekelly as mods
Geesh! I feel soo speshul!! Thanks Shoya!
Now Im really tryin to think what i would like to be a mod for. Im thinkin bout the ladies forum! And can i juss say G.O.M.A.B...thats really jacked up what u said about deleting peoples threads in the pic forum...juss cause they aiint cute. Juss cause they aiint cute to u dont mean nobody else wont think they're cute. Thats juss mean. U gotta use betta judgement playa. And for u saying that...i think Chris should take that into consideration if he decides to make u a mod.
no, i think he was just saying that he would delete it if everyone was just using the thread to clown the person. I could understand that. Who wants to have 4 or 5 pages of their pic thread filled with people dissin them? I'd just straight up ask to get mine deleted.
*steps up to mic, clears throat*
*says,"Is this thing on?*
*hears loud feedback*
I would like to be a moderator for the photo forum and the yard because there are atrocities in there[Photo Forum] that John Kerry wouldn't even commit. I saw a thread when one girl got her photos 'bombed' on and I said to myself, " If I was the mod, I would've deleted this like--yesterday"
I would like to be a mod for the yard because I would delete pointless posts, not threads, with the quickness. I wouldnt ruin it for everybody because of one person's ignorance..
I would like to mod for the HBCU Education and Concerns forum beacause I am a brilliant young man whom offers thoughtful insight on most topics.
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) - A fight broke out near the stage at the Vibe awards ceremony as rapper Snoop Dogg and producer Quincy Jones were preparing to honor Dr. Dre., and one person was stabbed, authorities and witnesses said.
Dozens of people sitting near the stage Monday inside a hangar at the Santa Monica Municipal Airport began shoving each other as the show wound down about 7:30 p.m., a photographer who covered the event for The Associated Press said.
News video showed chairs being thrown, punches flying, people chasing one another and some being restrained.
It was unclear if the stabbing preceded or followed the fight. The victim, a 26-year-old man, was taken to a hospital and was listed in stable condition.
No arrests were made.
Witness Frank Williams told KCAL-TV that Dr. Dre was involved in the brawl.
``I saw Dr. Dre fighting somebody,'' Williams said. ``I don't know if he was fighting back. But there was a guy taken out basically bloodied.''
Andrea Ferguson, employed by a public relations firm that worked with Vibe for the awards ceremony, called the incident a ``disruption'' but declined to provide details. She added the show was allowed to continue but it was halted for about five minutes.
Dr. Dre, who was scheduled to receive a Vibe Legend Award for his lifetime contributions to hip-hop, had not come on stage yet when the fight erupted. Jones and Snoop Dogg stood on stage without saying anything.
``My understanding is that it was somewhat chaotic in there,'' police Lt. Frank Fabrega said in a press conference following the fight.
About 1,000 people attended the event; some scurried for the exits when the melee began.
``It's really important that we don't take a negative incident like this and do away with the awards,'' Suge Knight told reporters.
The show was taped Monday and was expected to be broadcast Tuesday. R&B singer Usher led the awards with five nominations, followed by Alicia Keys, who has four nominations.
Vibe magazine focuses on urban culture and entertainment. The awards are voted on by music journalists and ``regional tastemakers.''
......why should i or my group im involved with worry about decorum when my brothers are getting shot in the field, or when my people are starving in the streets, or miseducated in schools, or tried in electric chairs for petty crimes.....my point is this....BUSH IS GONNA HEAR ALOT MORE FROM US, NO MATTER WHAT THE OCCASION, until he rights the wrongs he has done.....
Because America is a land of order. Do you think Bush is responsible for people starving in the street, people getting miseducated, or fried in electric chairs? Those things happened under Clinton, too, and he's considered the "black president".
According to my grandparents, parents, deacons, ministers, etc; there is a time and a place for everything, and the inauguration is the not place for that type of protest. Protest during the Super Bowl, protest the Final Four, you'll get more coverage there.Protest when Bush starts naming judges, and protest when Ray-Ray is selling drugs to his people on the corner. But don't disrupt a formal event.
We'll have to agree to disagree on that one.