Archive for May, 2010

Fathers Who Care to Bother

May 26, 2010

Here I stand, a father fighting against inadequate laws, distorted beliefs and false allegations. As I consistently press forward in my court case – not for a victory itself or to make a point, but for the love and respect of my child. A long awaited site to be developed, not only for single or married fathers but pro good parenting. This site will be presented to the public on June 20, 2010 Father’s Day. This will help and support good fathers communication; it is not to bash inadequate or bad mothers. No profanity will be tolerated on this site being what it is and will obviously in view by the public, courts and possibly our own children. Fathers notes/journals, pictures and videos of visits are encouraged to be posted. Fathers with issues can blog and exchange solutions as well as plan for future incidents. Remember prevention is better than a cure.
Any questions for me EMAIL

Curtis Lee


We have to make the time.

May 26, 2010

If we can make the time to condition our bodies, then why can’t we make time to “Condition out minds?”

Martin J. Smith / Batman

May 25, 2010

Where are the Guardians of our Founding Fathers?

During this year, many different situations have sparked an eye opening experience in most Americans.

The economical collapse, major fraud in the Wall Street Financial industry, bank bail outs and massive foreclosures in the housing market and yet, throughout all of this the spirit of America has endured.

But know there seems to be a dark rising coming from the bowls of our country threatening the very fabric of the American spirit.

A move to reform America by a selected few has stirred up and awakens a sleeping giant. Emigrational profiling in Arizona has caused a create debate across the United States along with their new legislations.

Arizona has thrown the first stone against the very fabric of the American values, giving many Americans a bitter experience as to where we are headed as a Nation. And just before it could all be soaked in, another stone was being cast when they decided to passed legislation prohibiting classes of any other ethnic back grounds to be taught in their public schools.

This has added an insult into the academic structure of this country, by inhibiting a different perspective of the American story. Other States like Texas has laid their claims as to what curriculums should be taught in our public schools. It seems that it brings to mind, whose history are we actually teaching when it comes to the American story.

Governor Jan Brewer of Arizona prohibits classes that advocate ethnic solidarity that are primarily designed for a particular race or group and that they shouldn’t teach about oppression or resentment towards America.
Yet most of our history books consist of a European migration, starting from Christopher Columbus and all throughout the colonial conquest of this Nation; in this virgin of history, oppressions and resentments are taught when it was faced by the British rule. What we find in our history books in reference to other ethnic groups, is solely of the continuing story of the American struggles between deferent ethnic peoples. How quickly can some of us come to forget that what make this Country so great are its vast diversity and its ethnic cultures?

Raymond Nieves Jr.


May 25, 2010

Good morning VUB. Life is what you make of it, life is important. Get up of your behind and go get your High School dipolmia / GED, attend College (La’Guardia) get your degree, find a good job and start life and lets make something of yourself. By working hard at it, it can be done. I’m on my way to a better me, a much more smarter person, and a more positive effect for my family and my community thanks to the VUB program.

Come on you can do it, never say never.

Martin J. Smith / Batman

I’m thinking again.

May 23, 2010

When I think about how beautiful my day have been, it brings me to know just how beautiful your smile is to me, and it make me appriciate our friendship even more.

Martin J. Smith / Batman

5:45 am

May 23, 2010

Good morning sweetheart, Just waking up to your smile. What is a better feeling then to waking up with you under a warm blanket in my arms. My arm is a little numb but so is my heart. I’m glad that it is you that I can share this moment with, the soul of my heart. Excuse me while I let you sleep a little longer while I go and get your breakfast ready.

Martin J. Smith / Batman


May 23, 2010

It’s Saturday night, and I’m sitting here on the couch wondering if your coming by tonight. We can hold each other, watch a movie or two. Laugh, smile and just enjoy each others company. I want to be able to share this moment with you. Tonight is the night I want to be able to feel your touch, taste your lips. I want to be your realty that you was in your dreams last night. The moment that you was waiting for is here. I want to make thing special with you that makes my life complete.

Hey sweetheart remember, “IT’S SATURDAY NIGHT.” Smile.


May 23, 2010

Can’t stop thinking about you.

I found me a red flower rose vase. Every day that I think about you I’m going to write me a note to say just how you make me feel inside. Sample:

There is a miliion reasons why I think about you.
A thousand reasons why we are together.
A hundred and one reasons wh why we last so long together.
But really ONE reason why we love each other.

Martin J. Smith / Batman


May 20, 2010

A weird but true story from the New York Post May 10, 2010.

This driver is on the road to hell.

A 20-year old woman has been cited for running down Lord Jesus Christ- in a crosswalk, no less.
Officers responding to the accident in Northhampton, Mass., checked the 50-year old victim’s ID and found that that’s his name. He suffered only minor injuries.

Martin J. Smith / Batman

Theres an explanation for everything

May 19, 2010

In 1981 Fred Wilpon bought a 1 percent ownership in the NY Mets and became a 50/50 partner in 1986. That was the last time the mets celebrated a championship and have only made the playoffs 4 times since. There was a time when no matter how bad the team was they still drew good attendance but with the skyrocketing cost of tickets and the team no better than average you have to ask yourself what the hell happened to this franchise. The managers and general managers come and go and so do the players but the ownership stays the same. you cant fire them but you can hit them where it hurts, their pockets. Even though the Wilpons didn’t become majority owners until 2002, they have been part of this franchises decision making for 30 years. 1 playoff apperence every 6 years just dosent cut it and until they give it up it will never change.