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Candice Glover

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Mo Perry

"Im a FEMALE . Theres NO need for me to be fighting every second over dumb things. I dont do "gangs" cause where thats going to get me ? I just want to do me & become SOMEBODY ! If your not with it then your against it & I dont need NEGATIVE peoples in my life . So let me just do me. Cause half yall girls out here put on shows . Yall fight & repp "gangs" like its cute. Its NOT ! My crew at the end of the day is a FAMILY & I believe their all I need . But all im saying is get your lives together or yall going to be living in the STRUGGLE yall whole life ! ♥"

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Sally Ride

She should have made the list

Sally Ride

"The first American woman to go into space, died on July 23 after a 17-month battle against pancreatic cancer. Ride, pictured here as she made history in 1983 as a crew member on the space shuttle Challenger, breaking the gender barrier for U.S. spaceflight. Soviet cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space in 1963, but it took another 20 years for NASA to follow suit. In a 2008 interview timed to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the flight, Ride acknowledged that her status as the first American woman "carried huge expectations along with it." "I didn't really think about it that much at the time ... but I came to appreciate what an honor it was to be selected to be the first to get a chance to go into space," she said. Thousands of spectators wore T-shirts and buttons emblazoned with the slogan "Ride, Sally, Ride" on launch day. Ride, who was raised in the Los Angeles area, made a second space shuttle flight in 1984, also aboard Challenger, and was in training for her third mission when Challenger exploded in 1986, killing all seven crew members. She left the space agency a year later, and served for years as a physics professor and director of the California Space Institute. In 2001, she founded Sally Ride Science, which is aimed at promoting math and science for girls." 

Monday, December 24, 2012

Esquire's 75 Greatest Women in History

Interesting reading.

75 Greatest Women of all time...agree or disagree?

Joan of Arc
Queen Elizabeth the I
Maud Gonne
Marie Curie
Dorothea Lange
Eleanor Roosevelt
Billie Holiday
Anais Nin
Ingrid Bergman
Katherine Hepburn
Flannery O'connor
Marilyn Monroe
The Supremes
Gloria Steinem
Nina Simone
Aretha Franklin
The Bond Girl
Katharine Ross
Anne Bancroft
Jane Fonda
Janis Joplin
Raquel Welch
Mariel Hemingway
Julia Child
Cybill Shepherd
Yoko Ono
The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders
Susan Sarandon
Phylicia Rashad
Toni Morrison
Dolly Parton
Bea Arthur
Golda Meir
Karen Allen
Goldie Hawn
Beverly D'Angelo
Indira Ghandi
Joan Jett
Meryl Streep
Rhea Perlman
Sharon Stone
Shirley Jackson
Princess Diana
Cheryl Tiegs
Joan Didion
Joyce Brothers
Gong Li
Chrissie Hynde
Joan Rivers
Tina Turner
Jackie Joyner-Kersee
Katarina Witt
Winona Ryder
Janet Jackson
Liz Phair
Fiona Apple
Madeleine Albright
Kim Basinger
Hope Sandoval
Angelina Jolie
Jennifer Aniston
Serena Williams
Helen Mirren
Britney Spears
Katie Couric
Judy Blume
Kelly Clarkson
Jessica Rabbit
Michelle Obama
Hillary Clinton

WoW Girls will have to make thier own list since we disagree with a lot of the choices on this Esquire list.  Who should be there?


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