>Well, how does Brothahman deal w/ your independence?
he cherishes my independence. i mean, yes, he identifies with the nation and the lessons are a part of him, but he's a lot less literal/adamant about the overall philosophy than some of the younger 5%ers i've come across.
he's also told me that the ones in baltimore are...unique, to put it nicely. a lot of other "gods" in the area (philly, nyc, dc, etc) don't really vibe with them, either.
his idea of equality is a true one. as he put it, "if i'm supposed to be god, i want a goddess, not someone who, by definition, is beneath me or something/someone i 'created' (i.e., "earth")". he hates the idea of calling women "arable land" and that kind of thing, even figuratively.
>& what >did he say about the chapters U referred 2 him out of Women >who run w/ the Wolves(good 4 you, btw!)? When U mentioned >referring your S.O. 2 that book, 4 whatever reason, I thought >U were talking about a woman *shaking head @ self & rolling >eyes*.
lol....nah. i'm all about boys
but anyway, i told him i was going to buy him a copy...he's willing to give it a shot. he's good about things like that.