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Should a Black Man Be James Bond?

Should Idris Elba Be The Next James Bond? This blog was originally titled the above and written in September of 2011, back when the subject of Edris Elba playing James Bond was first brought to my attention. It is now news again and Rush Limbaugh does not think it would be a good idea or … Continue reading

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DangerousLee.Biz: 2011 in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 74,000 times in 2011. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 3 days for that many people to see … Continue reading

Solo Parenting – “Tell Me a ‘Me-Story”

If your kids are all teens or ’tweens, you may choose to skip this week’s column; this week I’m talking to parents of kids still young enough for bedtime stories. What I’m about to suggest is really applicable to all little kids and their parents, but it’s particularly important to those from single-parent families. Why? … Continue reading

Celebrity Weight Loss Campaigns That Get On My Damn Nerves!

Mariah is over the top and Jennifer is just downright corny! Watch Being Dangerous Lee on You Tube

Searching for Love “In All The Wrong Places”

What you see sometimes is not always what it seems to be. The saying goes “beauty is skin deep” and if you are all muscled up, you could be just looking for someone to hustle. Is “Love really blind,” is “Love really in the eyes of the beholder.” Sometimes, you want a thing so bad … Continue reading

Sex and Relationships with Mikaya Heart

I want to say more about that thing called love: it’s my favorite subject. In this society we tend to equate the word yes with I love you and the word no with I don’t love you. They are completely different things. Saying yes means that it will bring you joy to do this thing. … Continue reading

Woman Beats Up Elderly Walmart Greeter When Asked for Receipt!

When leaving stores like Toys ‘R Us, Target or Walmart, especially during the holidays, your bags may be checked to make sure you’re not stealing. Well Jacquetta Simmons’s ignorant ass was not having it. She knocked a 70-year-old Walmart greeter to the floor in western New York when she was asked for her receipt. The … Continue reading

The Top 10 Pirated Movies of 2011

The Top 10 Pirated Movies of 2011 according to TorrentFreak.com: 1. “Fast Five” 2. “The Hangover Part II” 3. “Thor” 4. “Source Code” 5. “I Am Number Four” 6. “Sucker Punch” 7. “127 Hours” 8. “Rango” 9. “The King’s Speech” 10. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2″ I saw numbers 3-8 legally. Did … Continue reading

Fighting The Post-Christmas Blues

SOLO PARENTING   Post-Christmas letdown—most of us get it, kids included. And you may be facing it too. On December 24, the kids are excited. Santa’s coming! Even if they’re old enough not to believe anymore, they still look forward to receiving gifts, and perhaps to the big Christmas dinner, as well. You, too, are … Continue reading

Senia is a Smooth Criminal

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Breaking News: Lesbian Couple Kiss!

I am, of course being sarcastic by labeling this “Breaking News”, but check out the video… Watch Being Dangerous Lee on You Tube

Ask Dangerous Lee – During Christmas I feel alone and depressed. What is my problem?

Q: I’m not normally an unhappy person, but each year during Christmas I feel really alone and depressed. What is my problem? Tasha Flint, MI A: You may be suffering from the “Winter Blues”. If so, I feel for you because I also get a lil’ depressed and very unmotivated during the cold seasons. “They” … Continue reading

Hollywood Brings The Stooges to the Big Screen

Snooki and Jennifer Hudson join them. Oh Lawd…

Movie Review: Alvin and The Chipmunks – Chipwrecked

It was a helluva lot better than the last Chipmunk movie. The storyline was plausable because that pain-in-the-ass, Alvin, would of course cause trouble on a family vacation. I didn’t really dig Ian’s (David Cross) character in this film because I felt he was out of place and the rip offs from Cast Away made … Continue reading

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