• Not a story of a Manolo Blahnik obsessed autosycophant and her 3 friends going to different nightly Manhattan spots. I am a thirtysomething black man on Chicago's southside who rarely has more than $50 in the bank after bills, shops at H&M, and realizes that in order to have great sex and fun encounters, you don't have to be rich, athletic, or even that cute--just be available. Enjoy Sex and the Second City

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Monday, 22 May 2006



I haven't read your blog for ages and with the sporadic nature of the podcasts (which is cool if you are busy and all, I can understand that) I thought I would have a look and I see this, a picture of the beautiful city I live in!

Having grown up in the US with British parents, I have to say, I was shocked when I met a black person for the first time with a British accent. This was actually in Cleveland where I grew up. I was about 9 yrs old and it was a women from Manchester my mom had befiended. I remember asking my mom about it and she said "of course there are black people in England..." and explained further how. After that, it became the norm and they became and my mom was godmother to her first born son.

Living in London now for quite awhile now, it's not at all thought about until I read something like this and think, yeah, I guess that must be somewhat strange to a person of color in the US but as this post illustrates, no matter what side of the pond you are on, what you look like or sound like, the experiences are very similuar.

Hope you are doing well Bernard!

Scott x

Quentin Ergane

Ugh. See, I would have got up and fucking left. Who needs that SHIT?

Coy... fuck that.


Ha Ha Bernard,
I'm flattered I've made it on your blog!
Looking forward to our weekend chat.

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