Category: #BeckyLivesMatter

Morning Wine Cellar 7/16/18 Endangered Middle Children And Becky’s Failure

Hey gang. 
We riff real quick on a USA today article and video embeded in a webpost by the root. 

Moral Monday – Sex Workers Rights In The Political Process

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Hey gang. 
It’s Moral Monday in The Wine Cellar 7/2/18
We find it moral to support Sex Workers Rights and gosh darn hope Alexandria Ocasio Cortez does as well. 
We’ll lead off with that and get into our Wine Cellar news and comment that you know we’re going to do. 

Thanks for checking us out. 

 

 
 
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SMITHFIELD, Ky. — All Curtis Coombs wanted was to raise cows and run his family’s dairy farm in this slice of Kentucky hill country, less than 35 miles from Louisville. But a few weeks ago, he was forced to sell his milking herd of 82 cows, putting an 
 
 The struggles of American dairy farmers haven’t extended to their peers north of the border. Canada’s government runs a supply management system that controls the nation’s dairy, egg and poultry output. Canada uses the system to enforce domestic producSee More
 
 
 
 
 
 
'NO PITY by Kristina Wong and Nerio Badman Music Produced by Nerio Badman Shot on location in Nabiganda Butaleja District, Uganda The people in the video are family, community, and neighbors in Nerio’s home village. They all consented to be filmed for this production. This song was recorded in 2013 when Kristina was volunteering in Northern Uganda for VACNET and by accident met Nerio and other local rappers in the street. Within the same hour she was invited to collaborate on a rap album called MZUNGU PRICE which continues to play on the radio and in nightclubs in Northern Uganda. The story of meeting these guys is played out in her touring solo show “The Wong Street Journal.” This video was shot in March 2018. Listen to the whole album here: kristinawong.bandcamp.com Learn more about the Empire Records Uganda and Empire Films Next Level Epics that produced this music and video here: https://www.facebook.com/empirerecordsuganda/ For more on Kristina Wong www.kristinawong.com www.twitter.com/mskristinawong patreon.com/kristinawong www.instagram.com/mskristinawong For more CONTEXT and CRITICAL DISCOURSE on what it meant to make this video across race and culture, check out "The Wong Street Journal" on tour. It's an 85 minute show that answers a lot of questions about what you are seeing. Kristina's tour schedule is at www.kristinawong.com/upcoming'
NO PITY by Kristina Wong and Nerio Badman (Empire Records Uganda)
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Phoenix And William Live 6/19/18

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Chadwick Boseman gives away award.

Kathy Griffin Beckys Up on Kevin Hart over not doing Trump material onstage.

South Jersey woman tried to set a flag on fire… but what flag?

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions the third differentiates between Mexicans and Jews.

Start video at 5:45

Former sex worker doesn’t think current sex workers should have right’s

 

Morning Wine Cellar 6/19/18

TRIGGER WARNING 
Quick update on #Goodcops covering up rape and some fresh #BeckyLivesMatter content. 

Becky’s Nails Matter

Community responds after viral video of woman’s racist rant at a Lutz nail salon

The video was taken at Bali Nail Spa in Lutz.”If they don’t understand the language they should go back to their own country period,” said by a woman shown in a video shared on Facebook thousands of times.

“You sound nasty, your language sounds nasty. It actually sounds like you were born out of a f***ing hermit crab,” said the woman to the nail technician while getting a manicure.

The nail shop owner, Karen Vu, is shown in the video being polite and trying to calm the lady down. Vu says the lady in the video is a regular customer and sometimes acts unpredictably.

“If I wanna go to a nail salon, I want them to talk English so they can understand when I want a God d**n top coat,” said the lady.

Vu says she felt sorry for the lady and felt bad that it affected other customers’ experience at the nail salon.

“I don’t mind what she said because she doesn’t have control over her mind,” said Vu.

The nail technicians say they’re not angry or upset, but the customer taking the video had enough.

“You’re being nasty. You asked my opinion a minute ago and I’m f***ing telling it to you, you don’t call them hermit crabs,” said the woman holding the camera before putting her phone down and approaching the lady.

Other customers who have seen the video are also offended.

 

“I feel so sorry for the people who are trying to make living here. No matter where you come from this is a melting pot country,” said customer Renee Puchalla.

Jennifer Verge is one of the thousands who saw the video on Facebook. She drove 30 minutes to give the nail technician the tip he never received from the lady.

“I just wanted to come over here tell them they don’t deserve to be treated the way that they were from that lady or for anyone else for that matter. God just spoke to me and told me to bring him what he didn’t get from the lady because he got jipped when he’s supposed to be paid for the work that he did and that’s unacceptable,” said Verge.

We tried to reach out to the woman making the comments in the video and the woman who took the video and didn’t hear anything back from either of them.

Mitt Romney, Ralph Nader And Bernie Sanders Need To Shut Up

 

Plus, we found a new rapper because Fallen  Loco be looking into folks that get silly in the comment section. 

Phoenix Calida Is Getting Better

Hey gang. Phoenix only comes in at the end of this. She’s starting get a little better from her most recent histoplasmosis flair up.

So it’s mostly just me on here going over trans rights, rape culture, alex jones accidentally telling the truth and a little Becky lives Matter.

Phoenix should be able to slide back in a little bit more going into this week.

Brianna Brochu, Charged With Harassing Former University Of Hartford Roommate, Gets Probation

Brianna-Brochu-800x445Brianna Brochu, the former University of Hartford student accused of harassing her roommate by smearing bodily fluid on the roommate’s backpack and tampering with other items, received a special form of probation Monday that could allow her to avoid a criminal record.

Her former roommate, Chennel “Jazzy” Rowe, attended Brochu’s hearing in Superior Court in Hartford and told Judge Omar Williams that she did not oppose Brochu’s request for accelerated rehabilitation. Brochu will have to perform 200 hours of community service — including 50 at a literacy organization in Greater Hartford and 50 at a social services group. If she completes those requirements and stays out of trouble, the charges of breach of peace and criminal mischief will be dismissed after two years.

Brochu, of Harwinton, must also have no contact with Rowe and submit to a mental health evaluation.

Rowe said she was traumatized by Brochu’s actions, which she called “acts of hate.” She said they resulted in nightmares, an inability to trust others and other difficulties that have caused her to delay her educational goals. “By giving her this second chance, I hope she will change her ways and finds love for all mankind no matter what race,” Rowe said.

Brochu’s lawyer, Thomas Stevens, apologized on her behalf and said Brochu had wanted to apologize and express her regret sooner but that he directed her not to out of concern over possible civil litigation. He said Brochu has lost her scholarship to attend the University of Hartford and a job she held at the time. Since then, she found another job and has been working to raise the money to pay his fee.

Stevens said Brochu is angry with herself for letting communication with Rowe break down and for reacting in anger to a perceived slight.

“With the consequences she has endured … death threats … she knows she made a mistake,” Stevens said.

The state did not take a position on the request for accelerated rehabilitation. Hartford State’s Attorney Gail Hardy defended her office from criticism for not filing hate crime charges. Brochu is white and Rowe is black. Hardy said she reviewed police reports, witness statements, viewed officers’ body cam video of the interviews with each witness and had police take a deep dive into Brochu’s social media history in search of any racist materials. Investigators found none, she said.

“We don’t bring charges for personal purposes, we don’t bring charges for political purposes … vindictiveness, or to respond to demands from the public,” Hardy said.

Brochu, who was expelled from the university, was charged by West Hartford police with breach of peace and criminal mischief. She previously pleaded not guilty.

Brochu told police that she did not have a good relationship with Rowe. She claimed Rowe was rude to her and posted videos online of her snoring to make fun of her.

The NAACP and others have publicly supported Rowe and had urged Hartford prosecutors to file a hate crime charge against Brochu.

Brochu told police she lashed out at Rowe and said she licked her plate, fork and spoon, put blood from a used tampon on her backpack, and mixed her lotions with other lotions from Rowe’s desk.

Rowe told police that Brochu “generally ignored her and treated her as a ghost,” according to the warrant for Brochu’s arrest. She had asked for a room change and was moving her belongings out of the room when Brochu’s Instagram post describing her alleged conduct surfaced.

Both women had asked the University of Hartford to give them different roommates.

Although Williams found that Brochu was deserving of the second chance offered by accelerated rehabilitation, he expressed astonishment at the pettiness of the disagreements that started the feud, such as the dorm room temperature. He said a day seated in a courtroom would help Brochu get a sense of the problems and challenges people are forced to overcome each day. And many would have gratefully leaped at the opportunity she had to attend college on a scholarship, the judge said.

And the price Brochu pays for her conduct will last long after her court case ends, Williams said. Friends, potential employers and even potential romantic partners will learn of Brochu’s conduct with a simple internet search, the judge said. Even her own children might one day learn about their mother’s misconduct.

“The internet has a long memory and you will have to do a lot of good to live down these allegations,” he said. The judge urged Brochu to embrace diversity and the opportunity it gives one to grow, to not waste her opportunity at a second chance and to move forward. “You can let this case define you or bury it beneath your accomplishments,” he said.

Outside court, state NAACP President Scot X. Esdaile repeated his view that Brochu should have been charged with a hate crime. “There’s a system for white people and there’s a system for black people,” he said. “That’s what we face every day.”