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Zennie Abraham

Zennie Abraham is the founder of Zennie62Media which consists of zennie62blog.com and a multimedia blog news aggregator and video network, and 78-blog network, with social media and content development services and consulting. Zennie is a pioneer video blogger, YouTube Partner, social media practitioner, game developer, and pundit. Note: news aggregator content does not reflect the personal views of Mr. Abraham.

Tweet There’s much being made of the video that captures rapper Akon — who I’d never heard of until now — forceably dry humping a woman later to be identified as underage. If you’ve not seen the video, it’s presented below. Apparently, it was on YouTube, but taken down for “copywrite violations” — any company...

Tweet I think the judge was sending Paris a message, as she’s had not one, but two chances. The judge apparently thinks that Paris is under the idea that she’s above the law. Perhaps this will change things, but considering that Paris is a celebrity, placing her in the condition of a standard jail could be considered a death sentence. That’s...

Tweet This is an example of how sick American Society is. To my knoweldge, for the first time, an American Presidential candidate has been placed under Secret Service watch, reportedly due to a threat on his life. The news came from CNN. This is more proof that we as a society have a lot of work to do in correcting our course; it just makes me work harder...

Tweet This is a terrible revelation, but logical considering the nature of prejudice. May 2, 2007Study of N.B.A. Sees Racial Bias in Calling Fouls By ALAN SCHWARZAn academic study of the National Basketball Association, whose playoffs continue tonight, suggests that a racial bias found in other parts of American society has existed on the basketball court...

Tweet Carolina Panthers Cut Keyshawn JohnsonBy MIKE CRANSTONAP Sports Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. — When the Carolina Panthers drafted Southern California receiver Dwayne Jarrett in the second round Saturday, Keyshawn Johnson was ecstatic. “This is a great pick. We need another wide receiver,” Johnson gushed while working as a draft analyst for ESPN....

Tweet The top of the first round didn’ t live up to the hype. The swirling rumors of multiple team trades and top three upheaval never happened. The first eight picks went by and the only eyebrow raisers were Brady Quinn’s notable descent, and Adrian Peterson falling out of the top five. But, even those weren’t too crazy. Peterson was still taken in the...

Tweet Anyone can say Louisville RB Michael Bush and Ohio State QB Troy Smith were second day steals. Let’s take a look at some of the prospects that dropped to the final two rounds, and one that went undrafted. Brandon Siler, a 6′2″, 238 pound linebacker from the NCAA National Champion University of Florida was easily the steal of round seven by the San...

Tweet Well, the first democratic debate has come to an end, and as the political pundits over at MSNBC interview each other and talk about who looked the best, I’ll make the call to arms – bloggers: start your fingers! For starters, to those of you who don’t know exactly where Hillary, Barack, and John Edwards stand on the issues: don’t feel bad. None...

Tweet Obama Outlines His Foreign Policy ViewsNY Times | April 23, 2007 By Jeff Zeleny CHICAGO, April 23 — Senator Barack Obama said today that even though the global image of the United States has been sullied by the war in Iraq and a “foreign policy based on a flawed ideology,” America must repair its standing in the world and resist the temptation...

Tweet I had the pleasure of meeting Paul Erdman only once, and was struck by his kindness and willingness to engage in conversation. He’s one of those popular economists who’s ideas and words were always part of popular culture and certainly a part of my intellectual awareness. Paul Erdman — expert economist and prolific writer Carl Nolte,...

Tweet Bush Greets Colts at White HouseBy BEN FELLERAssociated Press Writer WASHINGTON — Even when football season ends, superstar quarterback Peyton Manning is hard to miss on TV. He has become such a marketable pitchman that his commercials — a sports drink here, a credit card company there — seem endless. Apparently, President Bush has taken...

Tweet I just saw a very disturbing CNN Anderson Cooper 360 segment on Eric Volz, an American doing business in Nicaragua who was arrested and then convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend, even though ten witnesses, phone records, and other evidence have cleared him of being a suspect. I could not believe the Nicaraguan kangaroo court came to the wild verdict...

Tweet The Virginia Tech tragedy shed light on the problem of guns, functioning psychotics, minority isolation in America, and the Angry Asian Guy. What was that last one? The what? Yep. Cho Seung-Hui was totally off his rocker, we all agree on that, but a number of people also believe that something made him snap over time. That something seems to be society...

Tweet All a Part of Its Vision On Thursday night, word will come from a production booth in one of those studios, a signal will be shot to the sky and Bornstein’s NFL Network will broadcast the first of eight Thursday-Saturday league games. It’s a bold new venture for the league and the network, though not one that is without its tribulations. The...

Tweet Browns’ Steinbach Has AppendectomyBy JOE MILICIAAssociated Press Writer CLEVELAND — For the second straight year, the Browns’ top free-agent acquisition has undergone surgery before playing one snap. Offensive lineman Eric Steinbach underwent an appendectomy Wednesday at the Cleveland Clinic and was released from the hospital Thursday....

Tweet Vick Gives $10,000 for Va. Tech FamiliesBy Associated PressApril 18, 2007, 11:03 PM EDT ATLANTA — Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has teamed up with the United Way to donate $10,000 to assist families affected by the massacre at Virginia Tech, his former school. “When tragic things like this happen, families have enough to deal with,...

Tweet Sauerbrun Wins Grievance Against PatsBy Associated Press BOSTON — Punter Todd Sauerbrun won his grievance against the New England Patriots on Wednesday and is now a free agent. The 13-year veteran is expected to join the Denver Broncos. He agreed to a one-year deal with them earlier this month, but the Patriots matched it through a clause in his contract...

Tweet I found this interesting post on a forum called Asians, Inc. that speaks for itself. It’s a demonstration of why it’s good to have different racial and ethnic points of view, something all but forgotten by the mainstream news media. Hey all. I’m usually posting about positive stuff but I just felt compelled to write about the Va...

Tweet This is the video that was sent to NBC News by wacko killer Cho Seung-Hui before his second killing spree in Virginia Tech. ...

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