Signs Of OUR Times


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Chicago Bulls Lose Composure, Game & Edge To The Miami Heat: 115 to 78


By Jueseppi B.




Chicago Bulls – 78                 Miami Heat – 115
1 2 3 4 Total
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Heat 25 30 30 30 115

Bulls lose their cool in blowout loss to Heat

Noah, Gibson ejected as team suffers largest margin of defeat in franchise playoff history


Bulls lose 115-78 to the Heat on Wednesday.

By K.C. Johnson, Chicago Tribune reporter11:01 p.m. CDT, May 8, 2013



MIAMI — Twelve seconds into the Heat’s 115-78 victory over the Bulls, Udonis Haslem delivered a foul that sent Nate Robinson back to his college football days and down hard to the American Airlines Arena court.


The Bulls knew right after their stunning Game 1 victory that the Heat would produce a more impassioned effort Wednesday night. Nine technical fouls, two ejections and one flagrant foul later, they got their answer.


The Bulls lost a game and their composure, suffering the largest margin of defeat in franchise playoff history and having Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson ejected by official Scott Foster in a flurry of technical fouls at the 10-minute, 13-second mark of the fourth quarter.

This was no day at South Beach. In fact, about all this one lacked was Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau joining one of the many scrums to latch onto James’ leg, a la when mentor Jeff Van Gundy did the same to Alonzo Mourning during a Knicks-Heat series in 1998.


Gibson, who didn’t leave the court in a timely fashion and continued to shout profanity at Foster, has a small chance of getting suspended for Friday’s Game 3 — and certainly will be fined. Noah, who drew his second technical from the bench, entered the court area, which is an automatic suspension when an altercation is occurring.


This wasn’t an altercation because the Bulls showed little fight all night.


“Not being very Zen,” Noah said.


The Bulls, whose previous worst loss in franchise playoff history was 26 points, trailed by as many as 46. They shot just 35.5 percent, were out rebounded 41-28, on the short end of a 20-2 disadvantage in fast-break points and surrendered 56 points in the paint.



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“You have to give them credit,” Thibodeau said. “They were more aggressive, more determined. We got sidetracked and you can’t do that. We allowed frustration to carry over to the next play. You’ve got to have poise under pressure.


“You come in here and you’re not going to get calls. That’s reality. So you’ve got to stay focused and get the job done.”


The Bulls allowed 60 percent shooting and the Heat to score 28 points off 19 turnovers. LeBron James tallied 19 points, nine assists and five rebounds in just 32 minutes, setting the tone with a dominant first half. Ray Allen led the Heat with 21 points.


James was James, making his first six shots on all layups or dunks and, as expected, switching at times on to Robinson, who went scoreless in the first quarter and 3-for-10 overall. Carlos Boozer struggled for the second straight game, scoring just eight points.


Nine seconds after Haslem opened the proceedings with his hard foul on Robinson, Wade drew a technical for throwing the ball at Marco Belinelli when Belinelli wrapped him up on a fast break. Later in the first, Noah and James traded elbows and technicals.


Early in the second, Chris Andersen delivered a flagrant-one on Belinelli. Even rookie Marquis Teague got in on the act, drawing a technical for shoving Norris Cole. When Daequan Cook wrapped up James on a breakaway, Andersen sprinted into the ensuing scrum and knocked some bodies around.


Robinson even drew a technical when the teams were entering a timeout. Cook — gulp — guarded James in stretches because Jimmy Butler exited for the first time in 160 minutes, 41 seconds with foul trouble.


In the third, Mario Chalmers drew a technical that could merit league discipline because he grabbed Noah around the neck. And the Heat was on — to the tune of a 30-15 quarter advantage.


“I’m tired of getting cheap-shotted by him on screens,” Chalmers said.


The venom is officially flowing.


“Who cares if you like somebody or not?” Noah said. “It’s just two teams that want to win.”


Gibson admitted the Bulls lost composure.


“We did because we’re better than that,” Gibson said. “I should’ve conducted myself better or walked away. It was just frustration. You’re getting blown out. It’s playoffs, on national television. Just got to move on.”


Noah agreed.


“The first technical I felt like there were some elbows being thrown and I actually was trying to make sure Jimmy was all right,” Noah said. “I guess because I just ran over there that’s why I got the technical. (The second), I just wanted to let the referee know how I felt about the game. But I definitely deserved to get kicked out.”


Noah smiled in defiance.


“We came here and did our job,” he said. “We won a game. We’ve got the home court. We’re a confident group. We got punched in the mouth. But we’ll be back.”




Heat-Bulls Game 2: Bulls lost their heads along with series lead

By Matt Moore | NBA writer

May 8, 2013 11:32 pm ET


The Bulls got beat Wednesday. They got beat bad. They got beat ugly. They got beat in a demoralizing, disheartening, embarrassing fashion by the Miami Heat in Game 2. And when a beatdown like that happens, a lot of things go wrong. You don’t shoot well (35 percent from the field) and take poor shots (23 threes for a team that’s bad at shooting generally). You lose the rebounding battle (41-28). You don’t defend well (125.3 defensive rating) and turn the ball over (20.6 percent turnover rate).


And you don’t get a lot of calls. The game was called the exact opposite way Chicago wanted on Wednesday. It was a tight but physical game, with restriction of movement punished and elbows and hammers going uncalled. It was a nightmare game for Chicago and in any game like that, you’re going to feel like things didn’t go their way.


The Bulls took it a little far, though.


Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson were ejected in the third quarter once the game was out of reach, and they were clearly trying to make their feelings known to the crew and cause a scene heading into Game 3 in Chicago. But even before that, the Bulls let the game get to them.


Now, it’s easy to type that sitting on a comfortable couch a thousand miles away. In the flow of the game, one that the Bulls need to be emotional in to win, frustrations will show. That’s understandable. But they can’t let the call sbecome a distraction. If the game isn’t being called the way they need, they need to adjust to how it’s called. That’s the misconception by most fans. It’s not that calls favor one team or the other (usually). It’s that the way the game is called favors one side or the other.


Call a game loose underneath and tight on the perimeter, and the game favors a team like Golden State. Call it tight underneath and loose on the perimeter, and a team like Denver gains an advantage. So when the calls came in Wednesday night, the Bulls couldn’t adjust. Their entire approach is based purely on the ability to muscle, bully, and irritate the opponent into an ugly game, then close out, as they did in Game 1.


When things didn’t go their way, the Bulls fell apart, and here’s some news: that’s going to happen in this series. The Bulls are up against the most talented team in the league, with superstar call advantages and a lot of speed everywhere. Things will not go their way a lot of the time. Things will be difficult, but the Bulls must keep their heads down and persevere.


It’s a case of head down, man down. The Bulls lost their heads with the technicals and complaints and ejections, and they cannot let that happen. They have to respond, with smart play, keep their heads together, stick to the gameplan, and hope for the best by trusting the process. Is it possible their hijinx on Wednesday will earn favor with the officials in Game 3? Absolutely. But it’s just as likely the officials object to Noah and Gibson’s efforts to intimidate them in Game 2 and respond in kind.


The Bulls have faced so many obstacles this offseason, but they’ve won because they stuck with focusing on what they can control. In Game 2, they got caught up in too many things they can’t, and in doing so, they lost control of the game and the series.



It’s a heavyweight title fight…..not a basketball playoff series!!


Remember, the series is tied, Miami has no home court advantage as of right now.



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The Veterans Full Employment Bill Signing


Published on Apr 18, 2013

The First Lady joins Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley for a formal bill signing ceremony at the Maryland state house. The legislation will make it easier for military spouses to transfer their licenses when they move from state to state, and it will require licensing units and public institutions of higher education to consider relevant military experience and training for licenses, credentials and academic credit.









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Truth In Pictures: Graphics To Make You Think


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Mr. J.B. And The Rules

By Jueseppi B.


Ok, so let me tell you a little bit about this guy. He’s this Blogger; thinker, hard-worker but always refers to himself as a Hack not a writer.  You know how some articles we read can be so boring but full of facts and information right. Well this guy puts down words like I’ve never seen before.  I mean it doesn’t matter the topic, he writes about a variety of things. Some pieces are full of facts, stats quotes and some not, but always his bold personal opinion. That’s where he grabs you. He has this bold manly kind of manner that almost stands up off the page as you’re reading it.

It can give the average unexpected readers that shock factor at first because you can darn near feel his strong but real honest presence standing next to you, his sense of “this is my view, my opinions and I’m saying it my way”!

Now of course it will be seen to most as rude, blunt and socially incorrect. Being quit intelligent, he already knows that some people are going to react to that factor and I believe he loves it.  Not just for the sake of the shock factor, more so because he is being truly himself.  This is a guy that knows who he is and what he’ll stand up for or against.  He’s not just comfortable in his skin but driven to release and express whatever honestly strikes him at his core.  Frankly, after my initial shock factor, I oddly found that part about his writing most refreshing. By the way it took me more than a couple of articles to get pass that shock factor, I simply didn’t comment on anything until I found my comfort zone with his work. I enjoyed the challenge quietly you could say (wink).

To give you an even deeper insight into what some of us fellow blog followers have seen, discussed and experienced from this Bold Odd Hack, here’s peak at some Comments and Responses to some of his writings. Revealing how his bold style and hard-work Matters in the Real! World:

* “Jueseppi, may you continue to be; to some – a light, to a few – their might, to many – their voice and to a million others – more than you could imagine.   ”Keep Doing You” no one else can.”

“This is one of the better blog posts I’ve read. Well written. Well researched. Straightforward and convincing. Good job. Thank you for writing it.”

* “Remarkably on target and factual… Mr. Baker, you express exactly what many others can only boil over from the inside and over again, yet will never speak it.”

* “Very interesting…and enlightening! I always learn so much from you!”

“Actually Mr. Jueseppi B. as a “Caucasian” American I did not stop reading when you asked me to. Sorry about that but I was very interested in what you has to say. Guess what…I wholeheartedly agree with you, and I happen to know that everything you assert about that time is accurate. You see I’m a frequent watcher of the History channel and PBS,…”

* “JB, I have to commend you for your strong commitment and daily leadership! Way to step up my friend!”

* “Jueseppi B.-Thank you so much for sharing this article on our page. I found it very informative and quite helpful. .. however, my granddaughter is mixed. I love being able to share this type of information with her, …I admit that I knew nothing of this until I read your article and am so very glad I did. I want my beautiful Peanut to know true history, not history that is distorted to suit what others feel should be known. Again I thank you for this information. I would love to have any links or reading material that you know of that relates to this topic. Blessings to you and keep theknowledge flowing.”

* “Proudly respectful of your mind soul and above all the Caliber of your integrity.  You are driven and you are relentless in your commitments.  Your works inspire, invite, provoke, incite, educate, stimulate and often cause pause for deeper thought.”

* “Congratulations Mr Jueseppi Baker! I’ve always known…

Your mind is like a Chef creating written dishes; blending of raw facts and emotions, sprinkling secrets of rare finds, adding blends of wild spices. Boldly served on a platter uniquely you!

An acquired taste most appealing to the broader palates worldwide.”

Written by Ms. Shelley Peterson.

My name is Jueseppi B, and this is my blog. I started The blog after leaving Politics I partnered with a woman I met onFacebook a few years ago. She and I were Facebook friends for two years and we decided to work together as partners building up Politics The blog did very well, with my hard work and promoting & marketing. My partner was not focused on development of the blog and the bulk of the work was left on my shoulders. So, I decided, if I am going to work my ass off, why not work it off for myself? So on December 13th, 2011, The was born.

I never think too hard about what I want to say or how I want to present it, I don’t have mixed messages, there is never any doubt about MY opinion. On anything. I do not step back and wonder what ot how my message will play I lack self consciousness in my writing, I am extremely intense in my message and I do not mince words.

I don’t have an open mind about much, and I love my mind that way. Common sense, logic, and critical thinking are what drives my opinions, thoughts and ideas, sometimes that gets mixed with emotion. Over the past few weeks, I have written about racism, and racist subjects, such asRon Paul being a white supremacist, or how to erase racism, and those particular articles have gotten a lot of response in the form of comments, both in Facebook and in the comment section of Here’s some advice to those who write comments attempting to change my stand on racism and racist, or anything for that matter, you’d have more success sucking a watermelon through a straw.

Writing to me, is like taking a bowel movement, it is something I only do when I feel a need. If I don’t go sit on a toilet when there is no need to do so…why write when there is no need? I write because so many Americans are just plain stupid, and need to have a few facts & truths presented to them….but mostly I write to spread MY opinion, and your idiotic attempts to reverse my opinion based on your “likes/dislikes”….ain’t gonna ever happen. Some more advice, if you leave comments on what I write, and your comments piss me off, expect to have your ass handed to you on a paper plate. Unless you have facts to back up your opinions…..I am not interested in your words. If you are agreeing with me, or posting a sensible intelligent question for discussion or debate, we will get along famously. Do not waste my time with petty, stupid, idiotic comments designed to prove to yourself you are intelligent. If you must prove it, you ain’t.

My opinions are based on research, and in some cases, living through the events of the past and present that shape what I believe and decide actually is my opinion.

I am an angry Sicilian, African, Corsican,  & Pawnee Indian Male, who has a nasty attitude, an evil disposition, and an ornery and opinionated character. I guess you can label me the last Angry, Militant, Black man In America.

I am not a writer, or one who cares about grammar, punctuation, or if what I write sounds pretty. I am an ObamaCrat. I am not a Liberal, nor am I a Progressive, or Democrat, or Left Wing anything. I am not an Independent, or a TeaPubliCANT, I am an ObamaCrat. As such thisPOTUS has my support 500%, and yes, I follow him blindly….you don’t agree, so what? That is your opinion, and exactly like assholes, we all have an opinion….I just get to write about mine, and publish it everywhere. You wish to do that….start a web site.

One final thought about me….I am NOT a writer, I am a hack who uses his emotions along with some common sense and logic to form MY opinions….sometime with links to factual information that has led me to MY opinion. You might be foolish enough to argue with me, but you can not argue with a fact.

I offer my gratitude to my ex-partner, her laziness and lack of business sense assisted me in realizing I am better off working for myself, and that gave me the push to create The Thank You.


Welcome to The ObamaCrat.Com™

I believe in reblogging vital information from fellow bloggers. If you have a problem with that, I suggest you contact WordPress & make them remove the “reblogging” feature available to other WordPress bloggers.

The purpose of  The ObamaCrat.Com™ is to get Barack Hussein Obama re-elected “By Any Means Necessary”. Now that I have assisted the sane voters of America in accomplishing that task….we move on to ensuring thatPOTUS Obama’s agenda for his second term is realized.

Feel free to reblog anything I post here at The ObamaCrat.Com™. Our mission here is to spread facts, truth & vital information to combat the lies & misinformation of the TeaTardedRepubliCANTS.

I am an ObamaCrat. That means I support President Of The United States Barack Hussein Obama in ALL that he does, 5000%. If that upsets you, or rubs you the wrong way or makes you scared, too damn bad.

Might I suggest you find another blog that better serves your beliefs to read & follow.

Don’t attempt to leave stupid racist comments on MY blog, they go straight into the trash can.

Yes I voted for him because he is Black.

Yes I voted for him because he is intelligent.

Yes I voted for him because he is moral.

Yes I voted for him because he is a diplomat.

Yes I voted for him because he is smart.

Yes I voted for him because he is savvy.

Yes I voted for him because he is Me.

Enjoy your stay, and obey the rules.

If you choose to disobey the rules, enter At Your Own Risk.

A caucasian man asked his Black friend, “are you voting for Barack Obama just because he’s Black”? The Black man responded saying “Why not? In America Black men are pulled over everyday while driving just because they’re Black; passed over for promotions just because they’re Black; labeled as criminal just because they’re Black; not to mention the millions who will vote for Lyin UnFitt Mitt Romney and NOT Barack Obama because he IS Black. You don’t seem to be too concerned about that do you?




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