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Saturday, 14 June 2014

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Something that caught my eye on social media and disappointed me was an article found on Yahoo, but from The Wire, announcing that Kelly Rowland is expecting her first child with husband and manager, Tim Weatherspoon. This is of course is a beautiful thing and a happy time for the singer, but what disappointed me was the fact that the entire story, along with the title, Kelly Rowland Pregnant with Future Personal Assistant to Blue Ivy, was less about celebrating, and more about straight dissing Rowland. Considering that I’ve met Rowland (and she’s super sweet), I didn’t understand why this person seemed so hellbent on trying to s**t on something worth celebrating like pregnancy and motherhood, but Mr. Price Peterson tried it. Here’s just part of what he said in a piece that included a photo of Beyoncé and Jay Z…:
Blue Ivy needs a posse. Well! It appears that former Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland has heeded that need (or at least has moved to honor a Beyoncé-decreed legal obligation) and has become pregnant! That’s right, following her whirlwind romance, Skype engagement, and under-publicized wedding to a gentleman named Tim Witherspoon, Kelly Rowland has announced her pregnancy on Instagram! The cryptic announcement was really just a pair of baby Air Jordans next to a regular-sized pair and the caption “I’ll be stuntin like my daddy.” That’s about it as far as pregnancy confirmations, though, so please be advised this entire incident miiight just be an example of a woman buying baby clothes for herself before getting pregnant. Would you put that sort of thing past Kelly Rowland? Don’t answer that. Let’s just assume she’s pregnant. But I know what you’re thinking: How exactly could a possible boy-child become the first member of Blue Ivy’s “ma gurls”? That is for you and your outdated gender notions to work through. Congratulations to Kelly Rowland and Blue Ivy Carter! May the future Rowland-Witherspoon child be as fastidious at signing non-disclosure agreements as he/she will be at carrying out Starbucks orders.
I don’t know if Peterson thought he was being comical or if he really has some type of personal beef with Rowland’s fabulous self, but the people who saw the article made it very clear that his statements were disrespectful and unacceptable:
“Price Peterson, You Insensitive, Inconsiderate Piece of #$%$…You should be ashamed of yourself. This is not your phone, its not a personal text message, its Yahoo”
“Can someone please tell me why a picture of Beyonce and JZ is front and center on an article about Kelly Rowland? Why does the author disrespect Kelly and her unborn child by making the assumption that she is trying to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps, that her unborn child will be assistant to Blue Ivy, and that her child will be taking orders at Star Bucks? If I were Kelly, I would be going off right now. But she has more class than that, unlike the person who wrote this BS.”
“So I’m confused was this supposed to be amusing, because it is absolutely not! So happy to see that the majority of readers are disgusted, disappointed, and revolted by this asinine mediocre writing, that is so disrespectful to a mother that is celebrating her first child.” 
“What a disrespectful and offensive headline! It wasn’t enough to somehow make Kelly Rowland’s happy news about Beyonce’s baby instead, but then you had to go the extra mile to offend Kelly by implying her baby is less valuable than Beyonce’s, less important, and at best she can expect to spend her future grabbing coffee for Blue Ivy and scheduling her appointments.”
“The beginning of this article is out of line. You’re talking about a baby that hasn’t even been born yet and you’re degrading him or her and the parents. How insensitive and pathetic can you be?”
Considering how excited I personally was to hear about this big news (and just to see her get married and start a new chapter in her life), I don’t really have words for the need to put a damper on what should be a special moment. But what do you think? 
- See more at: http://madamenoire.com/438621/inconsiderate-piece-writer-slammed-saying-kelly-rowlands-unborn-child-will-blue-ivys-personal-assistant/#sthash.cMdgnRwC.dpuf
Something that caught my eye on social media and disappointed me was an article found on Yahoo, but from The Wire, announcing that Kelly Rowland is expecting her first child with husband and manager, Tim Weatherspoon. This is of course is a beautiful thing and a happy time for the singer, but what disappointed me was the fact that the entire story, along with the title, Kelly Rowland Pregnant with Future Personal Assistant to Blue Ivy, was less about celebrating, and more about straight dissing Rowland. Considering that I’ve met Rowland (and she’s super sweet), I didn’t understand why this person seemed so hellbent on trying to s**t on something worth celebrating like pregnancy and motherhood, but Mr. Price Peterson tried it. Here’s just part of what he said in a piece that included a photo of Beyoncé and Jay Z…:
Blue Ivy needs a posse. Well! It appears that former Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland has heeded that need (or at least has moved to honor a Beyoncé-decreed legal obligation) and has become pregnant! That’s right, following her whirlwind romance, Skype engagement, and under-publicized wedding to a gentleman named Tim Witherspoon, Kelly Rowland has announced her pregnancy on Instagram! The cryptic announcement was really just a pair of baby Air Jordans next to a regular-sized pair and the caption “I’ll be stuntin like my daddy.” That’s about it as far as pregnancy confirmations, though, so please be advised this entire incident miiight just be an example of a woman buying baby clothes for herself before getting pregnant. Would you put that sort of thing past Kelly Rowland? Don’t answer that. Let’s just assume she’s pregnant. But I know what you’re thinking: How exactly could a possible boy-child become the first member of Blue Ivy’s “ma gurls”? That is for you and your outdated gender notions to work through. Congratulations to Kelly Rowland and Blue Ivy Carter! May the future Rowland-Witherspoon child be as fastidious at signing non-disclosure agreements as he/she will be at carrying out Starbucks orders.
I don’t know if Peterson thought he was being comical or if he really has some type of personal beef with Rowland’s fabulous self, but the people who saw the article made it very clear that his statements were disrespectful and unacceptable:
“Price Peterson, You Insensitive, Inconsiderate Piece of #$%$…You should be ashamed of yourself. This is not your phone, its not a personal text message, its Yahoo”
“Can someone please tell me why a picture of Beyonce and JZ is front and center on an article about Kelly Rowland? Why does the author disrespect Kelly and her unborn child by making the assumption that she is trying to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps, that her unborn child will be assistant to Blue Ivy, and that her child will be taking orders at Star Bucks? If I were Kelly, I would be going off right now. But she has more class than that, unlike the person who wrote this BS.”
“So I’m confused was this supposed to be amusing, because it is absolutely not! So happy to see that the majority of readers are disgusted, disappointed, and revolted by this asinine mediocre writing, that is so disrespectful to a mother that is celebrating her first child.” 
“What a disrespectful and offensive headline! It wasn’t enough to somehow make Kelly Rowland’s happy news about Beyonce’s baby instead, but then you had to go the extra mile to offend Kelly by implying her baby is less valuable than Beyonce’s, less important, and at best she can expect to spend her future grabbing coffee for Blue Ivy and scheduling her appointments.”
“The beginning of this article is out of line. You’re talking about a baby that hasn’t even been born yet and you’re degrading him or her and the parents. How insensitive and pathetic can you be?”
Considering how excited I personally was to hear about this big news (and just to see her get married and start a new chapter in her life), I don’t really have words for the need to put a damper on what should be a special moment. But what do you think? 
- See more at: http://madamenoire.com/438621/inconsiderate-piece-writer-slammed-saying-kelly-rowlands-unborn-child-will-blue-ivys-personal-assistant/#sthash.cMdgnRwC.dpuf
Something that caught my eye on social media and disappointed me was an article found on Yahoo, but from The Wire, announcing that Kelly Rowland is expecting her first child with husband and manager, Tim Weatherspoon. This is of course is a beautiful thing and a happy time for the singer, but what disappointed me was the fact that the entire story, along with the title, Kelly Rowland Pregnant with Future Personal Assistant to Blue Ivy, was less about celebrating, and more about straight dissing Rowland. Considering that I’ve met Rowland (and she’s super sweet), I didn’t understand why this person seemed so hellbent on trying to s**t on something worth celebrating like pregnancy and motherhood, but Mr. Price Peterson tried it. Here’s just part of what he said in a piece that included a photo of Beyoncé and Jay Z…:
Blue Ivy needs a posse. Well! It appears that former Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland has heeded that need (or at least has moved to honor a Beyoncé-decreed legal obligation) and has become pregnant! That’s right, following her whirlwind romance, Skype engagement, and under-publicized wedding to a gentleman named Tim Witherspoon, Kelly Rowland has announced her pregnancy on Instagram! The cryptic announcement was really just a pair of baby Air Jordans next to a regular-sized pair and the caption “I’ll be stuntin like my daddy.” That’s about it as far as pregnancy confirmations, though, so please be advised this entire incident miiight just be an example of a woman buying baby clothes for herself before getting pregnant. Would you put that sort of thing past Kelly Rowland? Don’t answer that. Let’s just assume she’s pregnant. But I know what you’re thinking: How exactly could a possible boy-child become the first member of Blue Ivy’s “ma gurls”? That is for you and your outdated gender notions to work through. Congratulations to Kelly Rowland and Blue Ivy Carter! May the future Rowland-Witherspoon child be as fastidious at signing non-disclosure agreements as he/she will be at carrying out Starbucks orders.
I don’t know if Peterson thought he was being comical or if he really has some type of personal beef with Rowland’s fabulous self, but the people who saw the article made it very clear that his statements were disrespectful and unacceptable:
“Price Peterson, You Insensitive, Inconsiderate Piece of #$%$…You should be ashamed of yourself. This is not your phone, its not a personal text message, its Yahoo”
“Can someone please tell me why a picture of Beyonce and JZ is front and center on an article about Kelly Rowland? Why does the author disrespect Kelly and her unborn child by making the assumption that she is trying to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps, that her unborn child will be assistant to Blue Ivy, and that her child will be taking orders at Star Bucks? If I were Kelly, I would be going off right now. But she has more class than that, unlike the person who wrote this BS.”
“So I’m confused was this supposed to be amusing, because it is absolutely not! So happy to see that the majority of readers are disgusted, disappointed, and revolted by this asinine mediocre writing, that is so disrespectful to a mother that is celebrating her first child.” 
“What a disrespectful and offensive headline! It wasn’t enough to somehow make Kelly Rowland’s happy news about Beyonce’s baby instead, but then you had to go the extra mile to offend Kelly by implying her baby is less valuable than Beyonce’s, less important, and at best she can expect to spend her future grabbing coffee for Blue Ivy and scheduling her appointments.”
“The beginning of this article is out of line. You’re talking about a baby that hasn’t even been born yet and you’re degrading him or her and the parents. How insensitive and pathetic can you be?”
Considering how excited I personally was to hear about this big news (and just to see her get married and start a new chapter in her life), I don’t really have words for the need to put a damper on what should be a special moment. But what do you think? 
- See more at: http://madamenoire.com/438621/inconsiderate-piece-writer-slammed-saying-kelly-rowlands-unborn-child-will-blue-ivys-personal-assistant/#sthash.cMdgnRwC.dpuf
Iraq's military claimed Saturday that it had regained key northern territories from extremist Sunni Muslim militants and asserted it remained strong and capable against the radicals who have suddenly destabilized the country, a military spokesman said.
Most of Salaheddin province has returned to the control of Iraqi military, and security forces also took back territory on the edges of Nineveh province, Maj. Gen. Qassim Atta said.
But his account conflicted with security officials in Baghdad and Samarra who told CNN that 60% to 70% of Salaheddin province remains in control of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, the extreme Sunni group. It also controls an oil refinery in Baiji, officials said.
Meanwhile, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has ordered the USS George H.W. Bush aircraft carrier into the Persian Gulf from the North Arabian Sea.
The order gives U.S. President Barack Obama "additional flexibility should military options be required to protect American lives, citizens and interests in Iraq," Pentagon press secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby said in a statement.

Battle in the north
As world concern grows about whether the extremists will march through the northern provinces to take over Baghdad, Atta asserted Saturday that Iraqi troops along with volunteer fighters now control several towns north of the capital: Ishaqi, Balad and al Dulwayiha.
"We emphasize that the circulation and incitement of rumors should be prohibited. This is the means which terrorists use to weaken the morale of soldiers and civilians," said Atta, who also accused the media of false reporting.
Atta said the capital was safe Saturday.
"The security situation in Baghdad is completely stable." Atta said. "The situation in Samarra is completely stable, and the troops are prepared for any terrorist plans."
But conflicting reports emerged Saturday concerning security in the town of al-Dhuluiya, in Salaheddin province, about 100 kilometers (62 miles) north of the Iraqi capital.
Government officials and state TV said Saturday that Iraqi security forces had taken control of the town, but security officials in nearby Samarra and witnesses there told CNN that the town is still under ISIS control.
Samarra is significant to Iraq's Shiites for its al-Askari shrine, and the Sunnis of ISIS have threatened to destroy any shrine they deem un-Islamic.
The commanders of Samarra and the Diyala province are "holding strong and their morale is high, and there are important operations and victories taking place," Atta said.
The military's victory claims were announced Saturday as Iraq's government scrambled to rally the military and recruit volunteer fighters to combat the advance of ISIS.
The militants from ISIS want to establish a caliphate, or Islamic state, in the region -- stretching from Iraq into northern Syria, where it has had significant success battling the forces of President Bashar al-Assad.
Their lightning advance in Iraq has been aided by support from many Sunnis who feel that the Shia-dominated government has marginalized them.
Government offensive
Addressing military commanders in the town of Samarra, about 80 miles north of Baghdad, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki sought to put new fire in his troops' bellies.
"Samarra will be the starting point, the gathering station of our troops to cleanse every inch that was desecrated by footsteps of those traitors," he said in remarks made Friday but first broadcast Saturday.
ISIS seized Iraq's second-largest city, Mosul, earlier this week and have threatened to march on the capital, Baghdad.
Although they have not yet delivered on that threat, the militants' rapid advance -- and the total collapse of Iraq's security forces in the face of their assault on Mosul -- has rocked the government and alarmed its international allies, including the United States.
Obama continues to mull his options in light of the militants' lightning advance -- but has ruled out putting U.S. troops on the ground.
A senior security official in Baghdad told CNN on Friday that in recent days, Iran has sent about 500 Revolutionary Guard troops to fight alongside Iraqi government security forces in Diyala province.
However, Iranian officials, including President Hassan Rouhani, have denied the reports that some of its elite forces are in Iraq to help bolster al-Maliki, a fellow Shiite.
Amid the conflicting reports, a U.S. official told CNN that the head of Iran's elite Quds force, Gen. Qassim Suleimani, was in Iraq this week.
While the exact details of what he was doing are unclear, he was believed to have been offering advice about how to stop the march of ISIS militants, the official said, on condition of anonymity in order to discuss the latest U.S. intelligence.
While leaders from Iran and the United States both want to see the militants thwarted, the U.S. State Department said Friday there were no discussions between the two countries about the situation in Iraq. The Suleimani visit was first reported by the New York Times.
Source:CNN

Something that caught my eye on social media and disappointed me was an article found on Yahoo, but from The Wire, announcing that Kelly Rowland is expecting her first child with husband and manager, Tim Weatherspoon. This is of course is a beautiful thing and a happy time for the singer, but what disappointed me was the fact that the entire story, along with the title, Kelly Rowland Pregnant with Future Personal Assistant to Blue Ivy, was less about celebrating, and more about straight dissing Rowland. Considering that I’ve met Rowland (and she’s super sweet), I didn’t understand why this person seemed so hellbent on trying to s**t on something worth celebrating like pregnancy and motherhood, but Mr. Price Peterson tried it. Here’s just part of what he said in a piece that included a photo of Beyoncé and Jay Z…:
Blue Ivy needs a posse. Well! It appears that former Destiny’s Child Kelly Rowland has heeded that need (or at least has moved to honor a Beyoncé-decreed legal obligation) and has become pregnant! That’s right, following her whirlwind romance, Skype engagement, and under-publicized wedding to a gentleman named Tim Witherspoon, Kelly Rowland has announced her pregnancy on Instagram! The cryptic announcement was really just a pair of baby Air Jordans next to a regular-sized pair and the caption “I’ll be stuntin like my daddy.” That’s about it as far as pregnancy confirmations, though, so please be advised this entire incident miiight just be an example of a woman buying baby clothes for herself before getting pregnant. Would you put that sort of thing past Kelly Rowland? Don’t answer that. Let’s just assume she’s pregnant. But I know what you’re thinking: How exactly could a possible boy-child become the first member of Blue Ivy’s “ma gurls”? That is for you and your outdated gender notions to work through. Congratulations to Kelly Rowland and Blue Ivy Carter! May the future Rowland-Witherspoon child be as fastidious at signing non-disclosure agreements as he/she will be at carrying out Starbucks orders.
I don’t know if Peterson thought he was being comical or if he really has some type of personal beef with Rowland’s fabulous self, but the people who saw the article made it very clear that his statements were disrespectful and unacceptable:
“Price Peterson, You Insensitive, Inconsiderate Piece of #$%$…You should be ashamed of yourself. This is not your phone, its not a personal text message, its Yahoo”
“Can someone please tell me why a picture of Beyonce and JZ is front and center on an article about Kelly Rowland? Why does the author disrespect Kelly and her unborn child by making the assumption that she is trying to follow in Beyonce’s footsteps, that her unborn child will be assistant to Blue Ivy, and that her child will be taking orders at Star Bucks? If I were Kelly, I would be going off right now. But she has more class than that, unlike the person who wrote this BS.”
“So I’m confused was this supposed to be amusing, because it is absolutely not! So happy to see that the majority of readers are disgusted, disappointed, and revolted by this asinine mediocre writing, that is so disrespectful to a mother that is celebrating her first child.” 
“What a disrespectful and offensive headline! It wasn’t enough to somehow make Kelly Rowland’s happy news about Beyonce’s baby instead, but then you had to go the extra mile to offend Kelly by implying her baby is less valuable than Beyonce’s, less important, and at best she can expect to spend her future grabbing coffee for Blue Ivy and scheduling her appointments.”
“The beginning of this article is out of line. You’re talking about a baby that hasn’t even been born yet and you’re degrading him or her and the parents. How insensitive and pathetic can you be?”
Considering how excited I personally was to hear about this big news (and just to see her get married and start a new chapter in her life), I don’t really have words for the need to put a damper on what should be a special moment. But what do you think? 
- See more at: http://madamenoire.com/438621/inconsiderate-piece-writer-slammed-saying-kelly-rowlands-unborn-child-will-blue-ivys-personal-assistant/#sthash.cMdgnRwC.dpuf

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