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From here on out, expect two reviews of major college football programs each week. We'll mix it up a lot more than we did this week as things were heavily football centric (however, this was one of our biggest weeks ever from a traffic point of view). I missed a number of important stories by... Read More
Black people are a charitable lot, when it comes to philanthropic endeavors within their own community. Though it is difficult to qualify how well these donations are impacting the Black community, Black people do give money at an extremely generous rate: Coincidentally, numerous Fortune 100 companies pay homage to Black Run America (BRA) and annually... Read More
Black people love life under Mein Obama, the General Zod of Black people the world over. Regardless of the sorrowful state of the economy and the massive job loss for Black people, the admiration that Black people display for Obama will never cease. More importantly Zod-Obama has empowered the most diverse cabinet in history with... Read More
The United Nations is an organization dedicated to helping colored people, especially Black people, on a global scale and simultaneously dedicated to making white people pay for this humanitarian effort. Recently, the United Nations has decided to debate whether or not rape should be included considered a tool of war, as nations in Africa are... Read More
Sports. The final frontier for Black people. Sports offer "a way out" for Black people who live in broken home without fathers, or in the ghetto surrounded by misery, and the possibility of riches and fame comes with this promise. In 21st century America, professional and collegiate athletes enjoy not only vast quantities of fiat... Read More
Continuing our drive to make SBPDL the ultimate 365Black destination, a rehashing of a previous story is in order so as to explain the importance of today’s entry. College football kicked off last week and people of all races were glued to the television screens as ratings for the opening weekend reached record highs: During... Read More