Monday, October 24, 2011



Anonymous said...

Things are very quiet around here! We certainly miss you! ;D

Anonymous said...

Here is some unfortunate reading for some of you FN Negroes like PilotX, UTS, and Mack Lyons.

"Declining numbers of blacks seen in math, science:

Many black students feel pressure to stop studying and start earning real money

With black unemployment reaching historic levels, banks laying off tens of thousands and law school graduates waiting tables, why aren't more African-Americans looking toward science, technology, engineering and math — the still-hiring careers known as STEM?

The answer turns out to be a complex equation of self-doubt, stereotypes, discouragement and economics — and sometimes just wrong perceptions of what math and science are all about.

The percentage of African-Americans earning STEM degrees has fallen during the last decade. It may seem far-fetched for an undereducated black population to aspire to become chemists or computer scientists, but the door is wide open, colleges say, and the shortfall has created opportunities for those who choose this path.

STEM barriers are not unique to black people. The United States does not produce as high a proportion of white engineers, scientists and mathematicians as it used to. Women and Latinos also lag behind white men.

Yet the situation is most acute for African-Americans.
Black people are 12 percent of the U.S. population and 11 percent of all students beyond high school. In 2009, they received just 7 percent of all STEM bachelor's degrees, 4 percent of master's degrees, and 2 percent of PhDs, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

From community college through PhD level, the percentage of STEM degrees received by blacks in 2009 was 7.5 percent, down from 8.1 percent in 2001.

The numbers are striking in certain fields. In 2009, African-Americans received 1 percent of degrees in science technologies, and 4 percent of degrees in math and statistics. Out of 5,048 PhDs awarded in the physical sciences, such as chemistry and physics, 89 went to African-Americans — less than 2 percent."

So when it comes to fabricating lies about how great bm are doing, you three Negroes ought to STFU.

Anonymous said...

Mark Sanford, I mean Field, you should leave that white woman lawyer 'friend' alone--and get your black ass home to Philly.

If Mrs. Field finds out what's going on, you won't see Thanksgiving.

Anonymous said...

This is bullshit. What kind of blogger is this Field guy anyway? He seems like a typical Progressive Liberal black Dem--another Negro that you can't count Obama.

Isn't it time some of you liberal Negroes turn Conservative? Life will be much better for you. Vote Cain/Romney in 2012!

Desert, are you listening?

SickupandFed said...



Anonymous said...

hope ure having fun

Anonymous said...

Dr. Trailerpark said...

Ms.Queen said...
I hear the lines at the Piggly Wiggly a Goobers main hang out, can really be something the day before Friday.

Once again, a rather clumsy attempt to make fun of poor people, Queen.

If you are going to adopt a superior attitude and mock people of modest means and public school education, you need to improve your use of grammar, punctuation and context.

This will come in handy when speaking down to the white mechanic who will change the oil in your 7 series.

Oh, that's right, you will never own a BMW.

And you will never be a doctor.

8:56 PM

Simple Yet Complex said...

Safet travels Field.

NSangoma said...

Conservatives want to take this country forward into the past. Conservatives want to take the US forward to the 1950s and even earlier.

When the US looked like this:

Conservatives are against science, global warming, Darwin and evolution, separation of church and state, abortion, birth control, and gay marriage.

And conservatives are against your conservative Black-ass, too, Herman Cain.

Conservatives, want to move forward into the past to those halcyon daze that did not include you Negroe.

... the black Americans of pre-Civil Rights Act America -- I mean, yes, it, was a country that had colored water fountains, and nobody is looking to go back to that, but the black Americans of 1960 were more woven into the fabric of the America of that time than many of today's black Americans are woven into the America of this time.
Now I'm not saying segregation was good. But what I was saying, that did not prevent us from being one people.

Ah, for dhose halcyon daze of yesteryear when you culluds, field booty, knew your place.

NSangoma said...

... If I become the nominee, he has given Democrats talking points for a commercial to attack me. ...

No punk-damn-dumb dork(ie), you have given the Democrats the talking points with your ignorant-ass-ass.

(O)CT(O)PUS said...

Herman Cain versus Barack Obama in 2012. Personally, I prefer the younger fellah.

Cain and McCain make such a lovely pair of bookends.

Those Loveable Teens said...

Hurry back field! They's rioting in the streets!:

(This is what happens when the HNIC decides to vacation out of the country. On second thought, no, it happens everyday whether sou're here or not, so, nevermind. Enjoy your vacation).

Anonymous said...

Hurry back!!! Your sorely missed

James Forticell said...

Hey Field, I ran into these two quotes which I thought were interesting in light of recent events:

"America has never been united by blood or birth or soil. We are bound by ideals that move us beyond our backgrounds, lift us above our interests and teach us what it means to be citizens. Every child must be taught these principles. Every citizen must uphold them; and every immigrant, by embracing these ideals, makes our country more, not less, American." - George W. Bush

"America is not only for the whites , but it is for all. Who is the America? The American is you, me and that. When we go to America we will become Americans and there is no a race or nationalism called America and the Americans are those Africans, Indians, Chinese, and Europeans and whoever goes to America will become American...American is for all of us and the whole world had made and created America. All the people all over the world had made America and it shall accordingly be for all of us. I will never feel ashamed when I claim for my right in America and it will not be strange when I raise my voice in America." - Col. Moammar Gadhafi

Carolyn Moon said...

@desertflower...Nice pic Field posted. I wish I could fly away to some nice island with a lighthouse off in the distance.

It's unfortunate that trolls like anon 12:34 continue to spew their ignorant and hateful viewpoints on this blog.

Dr. Nuwang said...

Hey Field,

I think some of your fans are a little jealous of your vacay, LOL!!!!

Continue to enjoy!

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

I hope you've got something good simmering and it's not a loss or such.

NSangoma said...

Lawsy; Lawd, Lawd, Lawd:
the Clown-in-Chief.

Anonymous said...

Field, being the psychic that I am, I KNOW something is wrong but you don't have to tell if you don't want to.

But I KNOW all these liberal FN Negroes saying "enjoy, have fun" just don't know what's going on. They are so blind. That includes your fans in PR.... too many green bananas and green tomatoes consumed there.:) I wish I have a couple.

Anonymous said...

Whitey's Conspiracy-"I hope you've got something good simmering and it's not a loss or such."

Yeah it's good, for us Conservatives. Has it occurred to you FN folks that Field could be shutting down his blog because he has taken a beating from the GOP, and has decided to 'cross over' in his best interest?

"If you can't beat 'em, join 'em"

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Field, being the psychic that I am, I KNOW something is wrong but you don't have to tell if you don't want to.

But I KNOW all these liberal FN Negroes saying "enjoy, have fun" just don't know what's going on. They are so blind. That includes your fans in PR.... too many green bananas and green tomatoes consumed there.:) I wish I have a couple.
Personally I don't think it was a vacation,I think it was work related, but it's none of my business anyway. Come on down the waters fine and the bananas are bunching:D
Anon,have you ever been to a tropical country? If not you don't know what you're missing...

PilotX said...

I like that 787. We get our deliveries next year and hope to fly one.