Southern Momma Smackdown: Darren Knight Fails To Defend His Racism

So, apparently, I’ve got “Twitter” beef with comedian Darren Knight, AKA “Southern Momma” today because he actually responded to my comment on his Facebook post. First and foremost let me say that I said what I said and je ne regrette rien. I’m not like the Black Panther Party or anything, but if I hear […]

Food Blog Posts Coming Soon…

I’ve been working really hard for the last two years to create a Food Blog, but just couldn’t find the inspiration…and equipment. Well, ain’t God good because it’s all coming together. I will have full recipes posted soon with video! So keep checking back and follow me on social media for updates and new posts!!! […]

A Hilarious and Passionate Pandemic Parent Letter To Teachers

Pandemic Parenting.  Yeah, that’s a thing.         “So, have you given up yet?”  That’s the question I ask myself in the reflection of my coffee every morning.   My answer is always, “If I can taste this coffee, then no.”  But deep down, I contemplate a retreat to some remote mountain village where Buddhist monks live.    […]

Aunt Jemima A’int Yo Mammy: The Real Reason She’s Gone

Quaker Oats announced this week that it was retiring the Aunt Jemima brand to end it’s ever-persistent racial undertones forever! The far-left danced in the puddles of the far right’s tears and so continued but also heightened the racist arguments on social media. But little did any of us know, Quaker is lying to ALL […]

What I Didn’t Learn About Black History in 28 Days: Part 3

Posted on February 11, 2013by The Myrtle Beach Diva So now that we’ve had a brief history of African Americans in politics, let’s take a closer look at the progression of the black race as a whole.  In the early 1900’s Jim Crowe laws or Democratic color codes had taken almost all of the wind out the […]

What I Didn’t Learn About Black History in 28 Days: Part 2

Posted on February 11, 2013by The Myrtle Beach Diva Before the discovery of the historical marker pictured in my previous post , I had no clue that there were black politicians before Jim Clyburn.  After taking a closer look into the history I also noticed the trend that the Republican Party had started by manipulating the black […]

COVID-19 And Your Money: The Work From Home Solution

Computers in your home are 100% Coronavirus free. But your co-worker might not be. Have you considered the impact on your life if you miss just one paycheck? How about two or three paychecks? Have you stopped to think about how your life would stand up to quarantine, local shutdowns, or even illness during a […]

This Is Why You’re Really Mad #SuperAssGate2020

For a few years now I have boycotted the Superbowl and NFL football as a whole. At first, it was a personal reason, but after watching reactions to Collin Kaepernick’s protest of the National Anthem, it became entirely different for me. My protest is now on several levels and too many for me to go […]