Have YOU Ever Watched Pimps?

I watched pimps.

Have you ever watched pimps?

I watched pimps masquerade as black nationalists.

I watched pimps tell other pimps they couldn’t call them a nigga.

I watched pimps who wasn’t no nigga act like niggas.

I watched all types of pimps.

I watched a pimp who was a Yoruba priestess mack!

I watched a pimp tell the other pimps about Egypt!

I watched a pimp call the other pimps gods and goddesses!

I’ve seen all sorts of pimps!!
I watched pimps masquerade as preachers.

I watched pimps teaching the 120 to the gods.

I watched pimps order murders.

I watched pimps get mad and have others even the score.

I watched pimps get lustful.

I watched pimps.

Have you ever watched pimps?

8 thoughts on “Have YOU Ever Watched Pimps?

  1. provoking and reflective. that’s the gist. since becoming mutually followers (not that long), i’m still getting adjusted to ur tone…and i’m still halfway confused at times. it’s like coming into the middle of your movie and there’s no one around to fill you in…(smile)

    but this was pretty much self-explanatory. i admire your consistency. anger is dominant, but not in a useless way – intriguing. your tweets just beg someone to ask: who you mad at, Brotha?! but then i feel like well ain’t it obvious…or sometimes all it takes is one line, one word and that’s all that was needed at that time to apply it to my own anger…either way, i sit, watch the stream, and reflect.

    thanks for the rants and speaking from your place of truth. it encourages me to do the same…

    and yes, i’ve watched pimps and watch pimps…ones with uteruses..and i throw up every time….

    peace to you!

    jj

    1. Thank you for comment!!

      Uh…geez…I’m a fucking nut case, I swear.

      A lot of what happens, to use your own phrase is tone. I really try not to lash out directly because it has a tendency to get deflected internally by the receiver. As a writer, it makes good material to be subliminal. My anger, I tend to like calling it my passion(smiling not), can be offset in a passive aggressive manner, plus I develop my craft, and further, it is truly my belief that many people are being educated. My style has pretty much always been subliminal and symbolic. I come from a journalistic and poetry background. The two seem to converge well as I adapt to the climate of what we are now referring to as “social media”. Of course, my pains are real, and I promise I’m trying to alleviate them, but I do deal with a lot of physical hurt, emotional drama, and the like. I don’t subscribe to a stoic mentality, could be to my detriment, but i don’t.

  2. provoking and reflective. that’s the gist. since becoming mutually followers (not that long), i’m still getting adjusted to ur tone…and i’m still halfway confused at times. it’s like coming into the middle of your movie and there’s no one around to fill you in…(smile)

    but this was pretty much self-explanatory. i admire your consistency. anger is dominant, but not in a useless way – intriguing. your tweets just beg someone to ask: who you mad at, Brotha?! but then i feel like well ain’t it obvious…or sometimes all it takes is one line, one word and that’s all that was needed at that time to apply it to my own anger…either way, i sit, watch the stream, and reflect.

    thanks for the rants and speaking from your place of truth. it encourages me to do the same…

    and yes, i’ve watched pimps and watch pimps…ones with uteruses..and i throw up every time….

    peace to you!

    jj

    1. Thank you for comment!!

      Uh…geez…I’m a fucking nut case, I swear.

      A lot of what happens, to use your own phrase is tone. I really try not to lash out directly because it has a tendency to get deflected internally by the receiver. As a writer, it makes good material to be subliminal. My anger, I tend to like calling it my passion(smiling not), can be offset in a passive aggressive manner, plus I develop my craft, and further, it is truly my belief that many people are being educated. My style has pretty much always been subliminal and symbolic. I come from a journalistic and poetry background. The two seem to converge well as I adapt to the climate of what we are now referring to as “social media”. Of course, my pains are real, and I promise I’m trying to alleviate them, but I do deal with a lot of physical hurt, emotional drama, and the like. I don’t subscribe to a stoic mentality, could be to my detriment, but i don’t.

  3. if i may, your explanation puts it into perspective. i understand workin’ it out, transmitting a message, and pray it is received, not deflected or dismissed.

    not every reader is going to “get it” nor should every reader do. i’m learning that as i become a more open writer, free from constraints. i have several different tones, but have a tendency to put a restraining order on thoughts. we should never do that. i’m fairly new to twitter and it feels like every tweet has a spotlight. so every one must be carefully crafted. well, that’s how it is for me.

    there is nothing detrimental about passion. it is a gift to translate on paper what you have absorbed through your five senses. we evolve based on what has shaped us and what we fight against.

    that is what i see and “hear” in your tweets and posts. it’s kind of nice however not knowing the “whole” story. you just lay it all out in the moment those who read and follow will begin to decode. they adjust to you. and that is what i originally mentioned in my previous comment: i just have not adjusted – and that is not a bad thing. i keep reading…

    carry on, Soldier.

    jj

    1. I appreciate your continued interest.

      I’m not quite sure of the “Owl effect”. It can be difficult for anyone to read my work from a completely objective standpoint, especially the author(Hey!! That’s me). I’ve attempted to let it all bare out, and deal with the repercussions later. I truly believe that there is something in everything I write through this avatar, and I’m pretty sure if not informational, educational, that it is at least entertaining in a way.

      One thing we will all have to accept about these avatars, these new extensions of ourselves, is that, much like the rest of society, they are being watched. Their movements(words, searches, website viewing) are no harder to trace than our own through usage of social security numbers, bank statements, fingerprints and the like. We can either allow our very thoughts to conform, and attempt to make merry within a world controlled by dollars and nonsense, or we can accept that we are living in an open corporate society and try to deal with it as freely as we can.

  4. if i may, your explanation puts it into perspective. i understand workin’ it out, transmitting a message, and pray it is received, not deflected or dismissed.

    not every reader is going to “get it” nor should every reader do. i’m learning that as i become a more open writer, free from constraints. i have several different tones, but have a tendency to put a restraining order on thoughts. we should never do that. i’m fairly new to twitter and it feels like every tweet has a spotlight. so every one must be carefully crafted. well, that’s how it is for me.

    there is nothing detrimental about passion. it is a gift to translate on paper what you have absorbed through your five senses. we evolve based on what has shaped us and what we fight against.

    that is what i see and “hear” in your tweets and posts. it’s kind of nice however not knowing the “whole” story. you just lay it all out in the moment those who read and follow will begin to decode. they adjust to you. and that is what i originally mentioned in my previous comment: i just have not adjusted – and that is not a bad thing. i keep reading…

    carry on, Soldier.

    jj

    1. I appreciate your continued interest.

      I’m not quite sure of the “Owl effect”. It can be difficult for anyone to read my work from a completely objective standpoint, especially the author(Hey!! That’s me). I’ve attempted to let it all bare out, and deal with the repercussions later. I truly believe that there is something in everything I write through this avatar, and I’m pretty sure if not informational, educational, that it is at least entertaining in a way.

      One thing we will all have to accept about these avatars, these new extensions of ourselves, is that, much like the rest of society, they are being watched. Their movements(words, searches, website viewing) are no harder to trace than our own through usage of social security numbers, bank statements, fingerprints and the like. We can either allow our very thoughts to conform, and attempt to make merry within a world controlled by dollars and nonsense, or we can accept that we are living in an open corporate society and try to deal with it as freely as we can.

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