Thursday, April 30, 2009

Why are ya Lookin at Black Jesus - Wellllll, read the post

Why are we showing you Black Jesus on a Thursday..

WELLLLLLL,, Cause WE Breakin Bread Witcha

today is the final day of the Entrecard widget ON BADGALS-RADIO.COM We're A RADIO STATION

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However since joining Entrecard we've sort of ceased behaving that way, and it's cost us most of our listeners.

Well on May 1st That's OVA BABY

The BadGals are Back Spinnin and Throwin that Plastic Round 24/7. if you want to read the blog we've made a provision for that too. you see we're moving the Blog to our old spot. back where it all started - years ago, On Blogspot.

click me to go to the new BadGalSays Blogspot, it's HOTTT

Click this rather clever new banner designed for our new site by our friend Graphic Genius Paul Baines of the UK; and you'll be magically transported to the hottest new music blog on Entrecard - BadGalSays.

We know you don't like it when stuff shakes up your normal routine; and so we're trying to help you out, by asking the folks at Entrecard to change our URL to the correct spot - before this happens on Friday May 1 at Midnite.

If Any of the Entrecard Moderators reads this, can you check that message in the support queue about my move from MONDAY and Correct the URL. Thanks

Thanks and We Look Forward To Seeing You There. this site will remain here as a Blog but will be a RADIO STATION and NOT A BLOG Starting On SATURDAY.

Thanks For Your Visits, Comments, Drops and Your Kindness -
See Ya on The New Site -

Oh Yeah, WE Takin Serena's Panties with us,

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

From Hunger to Hope.. Have You Eaten Yet Today ?

Today Bloggers Unite for Hunger and Hope, across the Blogosphere.

Hunger and Hope is a cause that involves each and every mouth on this planet.

we added our names to the role and decided this was a perfect time to talk about getting that kitchen and backyard action going. but first we wanted to remind you that every night in america, a child goes to bed hungry. that's just plain not right, in a nation where so much is wasted by so few. the politics of food is just as complex as the politics of clean water.

people die for food and still they are hungry. think of the lil girl in the picture above and remember that america is a land of plenty, for such a few.

isn't it time we started examining our realities a little closer..

BILL MOYERS JOURNAL | Hunger in America | PBS

we take a look at the First Families' Efforts to Return to Kitchen Gardening. Victory Gardening has been around for as long as the whitehouse. Mrs. Obama is the first resident in recent years to bring the garden back, and we think it was high time. we also offer you a look at the Green Revolution, and why Mrs. Obama joined it a long time ago - she knew, Hunger Kills.

White House Organic Vegetable Garden - First Lady Michele Obama Plants Organic Vegetable Garden at White House.

Obamas Hope White House Organic Garden Will Cause Healthy Lifestyles to Blossom

By Larry West,

Filed In: Green Living & Design

First Lady Michele Obama breaks ground for an organic vegetable garden on the White House lawn.

Photo courtesy of The White House

On March 20, 2009, First Lady Michele Obama celebrated the first day of spring by using her famously well-toned biceps to pick up a shovel and break ground for an organic vegetable garden at the White House. (See the official layout [pdf] of the new White House garden.)

Educating Children a Primary Goal of White House Garden
In talking with reporters about the new garden, the first lady got down and dirty about the benefits of good nutrition and the need to educate children, families and whole communities about the importance of a healthful diet, especially at a time when obesity and diabetes have become national health crises.

Twenty-three fifth graders from Bancroft Elementary School in Washington, DC, helped the first lady dig up the 1,100-square-foot garden plot on the south lawn of the White House, which is near the tennis courts and the swing set the Obamas installed for their daughters and can be seen by people passing by on E Street. The plan is to have the students stay involved in planting, tending, harvesting and cooking the presidential produce.

White House Garden to Feed First Family and the Homeless
The Obamas will grow dozens of varieties of vegetables, berries and herbs—a wish list of fresh produce prepared by the White House kitchen staff—and the first lady said that everyone in the first family will help care for the garden. The garden harvest will become part of the Obamas’ daily fare, contribute to state dinners, and be shared with Miriam’s Kitchen, a nearby soup kitchen for the homeless.

The organic vegetable garden will use only natural fertilizers and pest control methods. Two beehives will be installed and tended by a member of the White House staff. The bees will help pollinate the garden and provide honey for the president’s table.

Obamas’ White House Garden Part of a Long Tradition
Planting an organic vegetable garden at the White House is a potent symbol, but it is not a new idea. Gardening and agriculture have been part of the White House culture at many times throughout its history.

Eleanor Roosevelt planted a victory garden on the White House lawn in 1943, inspiring millions of Americans to start their own backyard gardens during World War II. President John Adams, a farmer as well as a lawyer, planted a garden soon after taking office and tended it carefully throughout his presidency. Thomas Jefferson grazed cattle on the White House lawn, Woodrow Wilson kept sheep, and some histories claim that George Washington refused a third term as president in part because he missed his garden at Mount Vernon.

White House Garden Intended to Inspire Americans
Planting an organic vegetable garden at the White House in the midst of a serious recession, and at a time when Americans are increasingly concerned about the environment, sends a powerful message of health, sustainability and self-reliance. The first lady encouraged all Americans to take that message to heart, even if they are unable to plant a garden and grow their own vegetables.

“You can begin in your own cupboard,” she told the New York Times, “by eliminating processed food, trying to cook a meal a little more often, trying to incorporate more fruits and vegetables.”

(end of article clip)

This video is all about the Freedom Garden and the Homegrown Revolution. I suggest We All Join Immediately. the rewards will be greater than you could ever imagine. Good Health, Good Spirit and Good Eating.

You Go Obamas' ! Now Lets Get Busy Everybody,

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Chicks Ain't Takin No Mess..

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