Paris Jackson Votes For Justin Bieber Over One Direction; Twitter Explodes

Paris Jackson, the daughter of the still shockingly late Michael Jackson, just started a Twitter melee today, when she announced she voted for Justin Bieber over One Direction for MTV … Read More

Oakland City Council At-Large Debate Recap

Last night (August 29th) I attended the debate between four of the five Candidates At-Large for a seat on Oakland’s City Council at the Kaiser Center. In attendance were candidates Incumbent … Read More

Zennie Abraham to host Tonya Hall Radio Show, talk Social Media, Sep 5th

Zennie Abraham, known as Zennie62, was invited to host the Tonya Hall Radio Show on KRCN Radio Colorado Network in Denver Boulder and Fort Collins on Wednesday, September 5th, at … Read More

Talk Radio: Zennie Abraham on Tonya Hall Radio today at 11 AM EST

Once again this blogger, Zennie Abraham, is back on the Tonya Hall Radio Show, where the conversation will be technology and how it has impacted the presentation of sports and … Read More

Sean Medlock, Tucker Carlson emp, uses fake name to send racist tweet to Obama

Want an example of the GOP conservative who’s feeding some of the most racist rhetoric coming out of the Republican Party?  It’s a guy named Sean Medlock, who uses the … Read More

President Obama on Reddit live chatting now

President Barack Obama, as this is being written, is participating in what’s called an “Ask me anything,” chat via Reddit, the Internet link forum that calls itself “The Front Page … Read More

Hurricane Issac New Orleans: levee overtopped, 400,000 without power

It’s shocking that seven years ago New Orleans was hammered by Hurricane Katrina, and now it’s being attacked by Hurricane Issac, and with almost the same level of intensity.  Even … Read More

RNC 2012: two GOP delegates racist toward CNN black camerawoman

This is an update to a blog post this blogger originally posted at Just before the main speeches of Ann Romney, the wife of Presumptive GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt … Read More

Hurricane Issac hits New Orleans; six years after Katrina

Hurricane Issac is due to hit New Orleans seven years after Hurricane Katrina hit The Crescent City, but the Category One storm is, as of this writing, four times smaller … Read More

DragonCon Atlanta clouded by founders’ child molestation charges

Keywords: DragonCon, Atlanta, Ed Winter, child molestation, lawsuit, Atlanta Magazine, zennie62, zennie abraham DragonCon Atlanta’s set to get underway August 30th through September 3rd, and expects to draw 40,000 people … Read More

Orb Home Digital Entertainment System from Oakland firm

Keywords: Orb, Oakland, Apple iTV, Joe Costello, home digital entertainment, zennie62, zennie abraham This is a blog post that was originally at, but was not imported to It … Read More

CNN Grill at DNC 2012: Vida Mexican Kitchen y Cantina in the EpiCentre

The CNN Grill, the Cable News Network’s practice of taking over a local restaurant and producing live TV show segments from it, continues at both the Republican National Convention and … Read More

Newt Gingrich on Hardball: Twitterverse attacks him as racist

Newt Gingrich just appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball with Chris Matthews, and came away with a performance that earned him Top Twitter Trend status, and hundreds of unflattering Twitter Tweets. If … Read More

Oakland Lawyer Bob Schock talks California Medical Malpratice Law

If you think it’s easy to just file a lawsuit and collect millions from a medical malpractice issue via court, think again. This blogger video-blog-interview with Oakland Personal Injury Attorney … Read More

Baltimore Ravens Cut Veteran Kicker Billy Cundiff

The Baltimore Ravens waived veteran kicker Billy Cundiff today. Cundiff and rookie kicker Justin Tucker battled it out in a kicking competition this preseason. Tucker outshined Cundiff; The Baltimore Sun … Read More

Baltimore Ravens Demolish Jacksonville Jags In Preseason Victory

It was beautiful to see the Baltimore Ravens offense gel and take control of the game. After two lackluster preseason games this month, they silenced their critics with a 48-17 … Read More

Mitt Romney Birther Joke Points To Bad Judgement

A small Michigan town called Commerce Township, may have been the scene of the fall of the Mitt Romney For President Campaign. Stepping up to the podium, the former Governor … Read More

Oakland News: Endorsements A Sign Of Hate, Not Love

In this Oakland News, we take a look at the meaning of a small set of recent endorsements in the Oakland City Council District Three Race. It’s logical to think … Read More

Oakland News: Alex Miller-Cole News; Lynette McElhaney Walks In D3 Race

In this Oakland News, the Oakland City Council District Three Race is heating up. First, Alex Miller-Cole, considered an upstart by some, scored two key endorsements that have changed the … Read More

Oakland California’s New Young White Population

Over the past five years, Oakland, California, this blogger’s home, has developed (and this is strictly by observation) a new populations of people, the majority of which are white, that … Read More

Tony Scott Committed Suicide After Brain Cancer Diagnosis

Tony Scott reportedly killed himself after being diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer. The brother of Prometheus director Ridley Scott, and the director of some of this blogger’s favorite movies including … Read More

Oakland City Adminstrator Fred Blackwell On The Oakland Army Base Project

Fred Blackwell’s a well-known name in the small World of San Francisco – Oakland economic development. He’s best known as the now-former head of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, and … Read More

Baltimore Ravens Suffer Preseason Loss To Lions

No one likes losing, but if you’re going to lose, do it during the preseason. The Baltimore Ravens did just that Friday night when they fell prey to the Detroit … Read More