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Read This: Brenda Frese's son battling leukemia; a look at Michelle Obama's threads; Christine O'Donnell on Leno

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Brenda Frese, 2009. (Toni L. Sandys/TWP)

An unusually tough season for Maryland women's basketball coach Brenda Frese: Her two year-old son is battling leukemia. In other news, Robin Givhan reviews Michelle Obama's wardrobe on her trip to India and Indonesia, and Dan Steinberg reviews the Nationals' new uniforms. Lou Dobbs is back on cable news. And see Lisa de Moraes's recap of Christine O'Donnell on Jay Leno.


By The Reliable Source  | November 11, 2010; 1:24 PM ET
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There has been much hubub about the 1984 classic 1984 which was written in the 50 ees by George Orwell.

Television the classic media was early in birth and development back then.
The civil rights movement was just beggining to turn.

But besides there was Reagans' 1984. The 'drug war' and 'cold war' were the topic of the day and television was at its virgin prime.
Prime time "' was becoming a household name and MTV was all the rage.

Hip hop was a queer name for Rap music. Rap "' a Halloween terminology for haunting one's door. Gangsta rap soon followed ,followed by the revivalist 'Hip Hop after the 70 ees classic Sugar Hill Gang hit.

These terms describe a phenom that is puzzling and mind bogling. Breal' dancing and graffiti and subway train pictures that have no meaning anywhere on Earth but U.S.A..

Today Rap, 'gangsta rap and 'hip hop have grown hard, callous, and overweight. They are a drudgery and a reminder that progress for progress' sake can take hold and grow seethingly in any civilization unlike the Brave New World Of 1984.

In 1998 a young anonymous vandal wrote a term paper for school entitled 'Sperms ' Theory , Giazmos and Transistors.'

Enscribed on the then yet young CD-ROM, Sperms' Theory, has re-introduced the mind bogling form into a creedence of natural speech and a duty for young Americans to-do. Apart from entertainment Speech has a survival value that cannot be seen by the survivors. (JUST AS A LIONS GAPING JAW CANNOT BE SEEN BY THE LION AS A LIFE ENCUMBERING FUNCTION WITHOUT WHICH HE WOULD DIE IN THE PRAIRIE AND BE BEATEN BY THE TOOTHY HYENA)

Sperms ' Theory, Gizmos and Transistors an anonymous venture received a D- and eaten alive itself by Music executive misunderstandings and brass. Still, the method reminded young musicians that a Lion must aim for the neck. Instead Rap took a turn for the worse. With enduring conflicts between East and West Coast and the South Coast ;hip hop, the now silly name, aimed for the gnawing tree trunk and ate itself in a hole as if 'a neck'.

Hip hop was meant for caucaian affluent americans not poor black youth.

Medicare also endorses Hip hop. Music therapy is a major in college having therapeutic value in clinics. Sperms Theory was mentioned during the stem cell research boom. Stem cells are a science that have h'ip hop as a mating teqnique referendum along with sex as have a classy voice sound.

Posted by: kadija1 | November 12, 2010 11:28 AM | Report abuse

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