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Actors in Hollywood sometime develop cult followings. The inimitable Bruce Campbell stands alone as the actor whose fans flock to his B-movies with a fanatical devotion usually reserved for the likes of stars, like Matt Damon (if that fan happens to be Ben Affleck). No matter how lame, moronic or outright laughably absurd the plot... Read More
Michael Oher is a fine football player, who is an employee of the National Football League (NFL) and the benefactor of white people and their amazing altruism. We have previously written about Oher and the white family that nurtured him to a scholarship at Ole Miss, for nature dealt Mr. Oher a cruel blow as... Read More
Editors note: A few new entries have been postponed. SBPDL will be traveling yet again this weekend and is putting the finishing touches on a few gems. Enjoy yet another college football entry, for this reason: Why is SBPDL so fascinated by college football? For a number of reasons, including this one: Forbes ran an... Read More
Bear Bryant, whom many consider to be the finest football coach in history, will also be the man that Black people in the future "Black World" canonize as being the patron saint of making Southern football accommodating to Black people, and in large part, the nation. It was 1972, and the University of Alabama's vaunted... Read More
Black people are hard to please. They will never forgive white people for Pre-Obama America, an era that they deem dead and gone. Regardless of obsequious actions performed by white people to placate Black people, resentment and bitterness will always exist. Reparations? Not enough. Free college education for all Black people? Nope. Affirmative Action? Hasn’t... Read More
We are treading in water today few Black people ever dare to wade into: it is an area and “life-style” change for a Black person that is a more uncomfortable subject of conversation with their parents and peers than announcing they are a homosexual. In a way, this is probably deeper water for Black people... Read More