The black community has, pretty much, no one but themselves to blame about their failures and general niggery. I don’t want to hear shit about you not being able to get a job to support your family, because if you were an educated person you wouldn’t go hop on the dick at age 12. Shut the fuck up.
Do you think I like to know this is what my race appears like to the rest of America? Like a bunch of fucking violent, illiterate, uneducated… niggas.
That’s what I see today. Niggas.
Niggas is synonymous with ignorant. Fucking ignorant. I don’t give a fuck about any of your situations or current lifestyles. You have no one to blame but yourselves.
Racism isn’t so severe that you can’t get a job. Racism isn’t the reason why you had a child at thirteen years of age. Racism is why you joined a gang and KILLED SOME FUCKING BROTHER.
The nigga will continue to live in a cloud of ignorance blaming everyone but himself. He will avoid all responsibility so he can get away and live his thug life.
It just… it drives me buckwild. I can’t believe it.
Niggas are thinking that now that Obama is president, things will be different for the lower class black community of America.
Well, from what I see, it isn’t.
I am ashamed.
I am not surprised in the least.
it’s my senior year. of course i’m proud of my boys : )
Central’s defense didn’t stop Vidor’s Shane Pittman often Friday night. But seconds after the senior fullback scored his fifth touchdown of the game, their defensive front stopped him inches short of the goal line to hand Central a 57-56 double-overtime shootout win in the opening game of the District 20-4A schedule for both clubs.
Vidor (3-1, 0-1 district) had forced the high drama of overtime when Jacob Jeanise’s 37-yard field goal skimmed across the crossbar with one tick remaining in regulation. That opportunity came moments after Central’s apparent game-ending blocked field goal was negated by offsides, moving Jeanise five yards closer to the goal post.
Both teams cruised on offense all night long, with Vidor building a 21-14 halftime advantage, scoring on three of their four first half possessions and Central answering with two scores of their own.
Pittman scored on a 10-yard first quarter burst and a 2-yard off tackle run in the second quarter. He shook off a second half injury and returned to end the game with 208 rushing yards on 34 carries.
Central (3-1, 1-0) got first half scores from Keenan Holman, who grabbed a 9-yard slant pass from Donte Wilkerson to tie the game at 7, and from leading rusher Keith O’Neal, who spun into the end zone from 6 yards out for a brief 14-7 second quarter lead.
O’Neal paced the Jaguars’ ground attack that averaged nearly 10 yards a carry, rolling up 368 yards on 38 rushes. O’Neal gained 139 of those yards on 19 carries.
Central really started rolling offensively in the second half, when senior fullback Nigel Daw scored on five consecutive touches and racked up 111 of his 115 rushing yards.
Daw’s first score came on a 50-yard third quarter scamper followed by Brennan Jackson’s two-point conversion run for a 22-21 lead.
Then Daw caught a 17-yard crossing pattern from Wilkerson for a 29-21 lead three minutes later. The scoring strike was the second of Wilkerson’s three TD passes.
Daw’s third TD was a 7-yard dash that responded to Kevin Tate’s 8-yard TD sweep to stake Central to a 36-27 lead heading into the final period of regulation.
Vidor, which racked up 430 rushing yards of its own, regained the lead with a relentless ground attack and a recovered onside kick.
Pittman pulled the Pirates within 36-34 with a plunge with 6:59 left in regulation. Then Vidor recovered an onside kick and marched in for a temporary lead when QB Nick Dozier scored his second TD of the game on a 9-yard bootleg run.
With 1:23 left in regulation, Daw again shocked the Pirates, racing 53 yards for a go-ahead score, but the football game turned track meet wasn’t over with the Jaguars leading 43-40.
Vidor’s Jacob Peevey took the ensuing kickoff back 70 yards to set Vidor up in scoring position and to set the stage for Jeanise’ dramatic boot.
Pittman and Daw provided their teams’ scores in the first overtime, keeping the game knotted at 50-all.
What proved to be the game-winning touchdown for Central in the second OT came on a quarterback sneak by Wilkerson, seemingly anti-climactic after all the offensive fireworks.
Name: Aja Cormier ; )
Tumblr Name: peachrox
Nickname: peach. short stuff. crazy
Birthday: October 24
Location: TX : )
High school: central medical magnet hs.
Current job: bank teller. Gulf Credit Union.
Status: extremely taken : )
Random fact about you: i have a kickass car, and can’t drive at all.
Hobbies/Interests: football games/players, cheerleading, reading, & not filling out the college apps i need to.
Do you smoke/drink: not often/no
Why Tumblr? it’s awesome.
kanye was wrong, obviously.
what the fuck is wrong with lady gaga?
and what the hell was lil mama doing?
that is all.
when you graduate from high school, you shouldn’t be doing things like meeting girls on the block to fight them
especially when you’re a teen mother, and you’re trying to set an example for your child. you are ridiculous. & on top of that, its over MYSPACE. really? get a fucking life. or a job. go support your kid.