Jesse Byrd Jr. takes a look back at one of ’90s hoops most electrifying personalities, from the on-court glory to the off-the-court flops that ultimately secured his legacy as a cautionary tale.
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Trying to put things like this all the way into context is difficult to do, so I’ll try to let this one do the talking, for the most part. Suffice to say, life isn’t the same for everybody, and if you like where you’re at, there’s plenty of reason to be thankful. Aside from that, […]
Taboos are a funny thing. Some have clear, logical or practical reasons behind them. Others don’t. Sometimes, they’re based on fear or tradition, and other times they’re just based on the best evidence available at the time. In any case, I got love for those open-minded scientific researchers out there who continue to push the […]
We aeronauts of the spirit! All those brave birds which fly out into the distance – into the farthest distance – it is certain! Somewhere or other they will be unable to go on and will perch down on a mast or a bare cliff-face – and they will be thankful even for this miserable […]
As one of the most celebrated superstars of the WWF, Koko B. Ware became a fan favorite in the federation for his colorful flair and vivacity. Accompanied to the ring by his yellow and blue macaw parrot Frankie, Koko established himself as a competitor in the WWF throughout the 80′s. Never obtaining a title belt […]
Written By Jesse Byrd Jr. A part of me always feels a little grimy when I check into World Star Hip-Hop. Elderly public transportation skirmishes, scantily clad middle school teachers, and a sea of suspect ass music videos. I feel as though I’m looking to be entertained by everything that is wrong with the world. […]