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Let me start this by saying if at any time you read a message that compels you to a response, by all means... feel free to continue the learning. You DO NOT have to leave your real name or any name for that matter. When you click "post a comment" or however it reads, you have 3 options. Once on the actual comments page, you'll see prior replies as well. Then there's the 'leave a comment' field. Under that are CAPTCHA and 'choose an identity' (name) options. CAPTCHA is designed to slam SPAM as well as let me know a human is posting vs. a computer generated response. Again, I do not consume beef nor pork so SPAM is not welcomed. Even a photograph of it bothers me. Ok, not really but you get my point and hence you will see the moderation message when you've finalized your post. The identity/name options are as follows:

1) Log-in using (drop down menu for those registered with those services)

2) Nickname and URL - allows you to choose any name and/or link your site to it

3) Anonymous (you can use it but I still have the right to decide if it gets published publicly or not - GOOD FOR ME - YAY!!)

So there ya go. Send me $49.99 if you use these instructions in your own BlogSpot. Cash, cashier's check, money order and Western Union accepted 24/7. :D

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The New Yorker Profiles Katt Williams

I thought sure I'd posted this Katt Williams feature in The New Yorker but... I guess everywhere but here. Onwards, thanks to a New Yorker.com online registration, I was able to read the entire article and print it too. It's a semi-in-depth look into the comedian's life from both the article writer's (Kelefa Sanneh) and the comedian's eye. It details how Katt lost his 2 front teeth years ago, the B.E.T. TV disagreement and the night afterwords and much more. I found it to be about the best collected information, in text, in a long time. It feel as if Kelefa, seemingly, shadows the comedian for a few months last year up to December 2008. Katt's kinda of been low-key and this is the first positive written material since his step back from the bight light.

Trek on over to The New Yorker.com and register to read this entire article. Here's an audio of Kelefa breaking down some Katt for us in 'Pimp and Circumstance'. And if you're still hungry for more, Kelefa also has a video up where he analyzes Mr. Williams.

That should be enough Katt for ya for awhile, right?? *laughs*

Major thanks to The Comic's Comic for the info.

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