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Message par CRyma le Mer 16 Déc - 18:19

ce sont des malades !!!!!
Le Negrier a écrit:
CRyma a écrit: jettez y un coup d'oeil
http://oddee.com/item_96617.aspx

Ca fait peur, ce que les gens peuvent faire a leur corps.

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Message par CRyma le Mer 16 Déc - 18:23

quel est votre avis ? qui a fait ca à ce gamin ?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/8416667.stm
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Fifty needles found in Brazilian boy



<table cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=226 align=right border=0><tr><td> X-rays showed up to 50 sewing needles inside the boy

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A Brazilian toddler has up to 50 sewing needles inside him, which doctors suspect were deliberately inserted.
The two-year-old boy was taken to hospital by his mother. X-rays revealed the needles, including one in his lung.
His mother said she did not know how the needles, some 2in (5cm) long, got inside him. Police are investigating.
A doctor said it was unlikely the boy had swallowed them. Most of them will be removed, but not the ones inside organs as that could cause more damage.

Dr Luiz Cesar Soltoski told Associated Press news agency: "We think it could have only been by penetration because we found needles in the lung, the left leg and in different parts of the thorax.

"It couldn't have been by ingestion."
The boy was taken to a hospital in the small north-eastern city of Ibotirama, before being transferred to a larger hospital in Barreiras, in the state of Bahia.
He is in intensive care.

There were no signs of wounds on the boy, doctors said.

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Message par Nappy Soul le Lun 28 Déc - 4:12

A NE PAS REGARDER AU BOULOT!!! Les mot ne viennent pas pour vous montrer mon degout, mais faut que je partage mon desaroi. I hope she gets arrested for this shit.This is nuts.


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Message par Yoshi le Lun 28 Déc - 14:21

Nappy Soul a écrit:A NE PAS REGARDER AU BOULOT!!! Les mot ne viennent pas pour vous montrer mon degout, mais faut que je partage mon desaroi. I hope she gets arrested for this shit.This is nuts.


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degoutant! je connais des animaux qui sont plus humains que ca.

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Message par CRyma le Dim 3 Jan - 18:21

wow
Nappy Soul a écrit:A NE PAS REGARDER AU BOULOT!!! Les mot ne viennent pas pour vous montrer mon degout, mais faut que je partage mon desaroi. I hope she gets arrested for this shit.This is nuts.


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Message par CRyma le Dim 3 Jan - 18:32

WHAT THE F$%* ????

Depuis quelque temps, je ne vais plus souvent en boite de nuit. J’y vais peut être 1 fois tout les 6 mois. Par contre durant la nuit du 30 décembre, j’ai eu ma première expérience de club américain.

Bon avec mes 2 copines, nous sommes arrivé sur la place et a premiere vu, tout semblait interessant !

Premier constat positif, nous voyons que les mecs y étaient vachement mignons. De gauche à droit…du nord au sud. Propre, bien habillé, mignon, etc.

Deuxième constat positifs, les organisateurs ou les proprios de la soirée traitaient les femmes avec honneur . Ils nous laissaient passé, prenaient nos manteaux, bref, la galanterie était au rdv.

Troisième constat positifs, TOUT le monde dansait. Les gens étaient la pour s’amusaient et c’était super à voir . (Contrairement au canadiens qui sont la pour posé dans les boites et laissent les femmes danser sur la piste ……. un des raisons pour laquelle je ne sors!!!)

Bon, vu que tout etait beau pour etre vrai, mon WTF moment s'est manifesté Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Ah saignair !!!!!!!! Sodome et Gomor était dans la place !!!

C’EST QUOI CETTE MANIE QU’ON LES HOMMES DE VENIR SE COLLER AU CUL DES FEMMES POUR LEUR DEMANDER DE DANSER ?????? La galanterie ne demande t’elle pas de dire ‘’ excusez moi mlle, mais voulait vous danser avec moi ’’ ? ? ? mais non, nos noirs américains venaient bonnement coller leur corps derrière nous . NATURELLEMENT nous avions refusé toutes propositions de danse, car c’était dégoutant . Nous avions tellement refusé les propositions qu’un mec est venu me demandait pourquoi nous nous comportions de la sorte…bref nous étions les outkast. Nous étions anormales.

Mais il fallait voir comment les gens danser …..Je ne sais pas si c’est de la danse ou de la baise en publique . Un moment donné le dj a mis de la soca music. oh la la !!! Les gens faisaient carrément du coït habillé. Meme les simples chanson R&B ou Hip Hop étaient danser de la même manière par certaines personnes….COIT HABILLÉ Very Happy lol.

Pour couronner le tout, les gens qui dansaient de cette manière ne se connaissaient même pas.

ALORS MES AMERICAINS QUI FREQUENTENT OKAPI360….dansez vous aussi de cette manière dans les clubs ? Allez vous vous coller à des charmantes inconnus et frotter votre hum hum sur leur ham ham ?


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Message par le passant le Lun 4 Jan - 10:48

CRyma a écrit:WHAT THE F$%* ????

Depuis quelque temps, je ne vais plus souvent en boite de nuit. J’y vais peut être 1 fois tout les 6 mois. Par contre durant la nuit du 30 décembre, j’ai eu ma première expérience de club américain.

Bon avec mes 2 copines, nous sommes arrivé sur la place et a premiere vu, tout semblait interessant !

Premier constat positif, nous voyons que les mecs y étaient vachement mignons. De gauche à droit…du nord au sud. Propre, bien habillé, mignon, etc.

Deuxième constat positifs, les organisateurs ou les proprios de la soirée traitaient les femmes avec honneur . Ils nous laissaient passé, prenaient nos manteaux, bref, la galanterie était au rdv.

Troisième constat positifs, TOUT le monde dansait. Les gens étaient la pour s’amusaient et c’était super à voir . (Contrairement au canadiens qui sont la pour posé dans les boites et laissent les femmes danser sur la piste ……. un des raisons pour laquelle je ne sors!!!)

Bon, vu que tout etait beau pour etre vrai, mon WTF moment s'est manifesté Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Ah saignair !!!!!!!! Sodome et Gomor était dans la place !!!

C’EST QUOI CETTE MANIE QU’ON LES HOMMES DE VENIR SE COLLER AU CUL DES FEMMES POUR LEUR DEMANDER DE DANSER ?????? La galanterie ne demande t’elle pas de dire ‘’ excusez moi mlle, mais voulait vous danser avec moi ’’ ? ? ? mais non, nos noirs américains venaient bonnement coller leur corps derrière nous . NATURELLEMENT nous avions refusé toutes propositions de danse, car c’était dégoutant . Nous avions tellement refusé les propositions qu’un mec est venu me demandait pourquoi nous nous comportions de la sorte…bref nous étions les outkast. Nous étions anormales.

Mais il fallait voir comment les gens danser …..Je ne sais pas si c’est de la danse ou de la baise en publique . Un moment donné le dj a mis de la soca music. oh la la !!! Les gens faisaient carrément du coït habillé. Meme les simples chanson R&B ou Hip Hop étaient danser de la même manière par certaines personnes….COIT HABILLÉ Very Happy lol.

Pour couronner le tout, les gens qui dansaient de cette manière ne se connaissaient même pas.

ALORS MES AMERICAINS QUI FREQUENTENT OKAPI360….dansez vous aussi de cette manière dans les clubs ? Allez vous vous coller à des charmantes inconnus et frotter votre hum hum sur leur ham ham ?


Ha ma soeur, tu etais dans notre pays pour les fetes? les boites americaines je les frequente tres rarement. une ou deux fois avec les amis du travail depuis que je suis la. et meme la j'etais assis sur le fauteuil entrain de syroter un cocktail pour la majorite des temps, me levant que pour danser un rythm and blues que j'aimais bien. j'aime pas tellement la facon sauvage dont les jeunes dansent aujourd'hui, je pense que certaines choses sont reservees pour les chambres. mais ma soeur, tu seras surprise d'apprendre qu'au pays nos jeunes freres et soeurs copient mal ces manieres americaines. un ami qui revient du pays m'a dit qu'il ya des soirees dites "bikini" ou les filles ne s'habillent presque pas et c'est caligula sur la piste des danses. je commence a me sentir vieux meme si je ne le suis pas, cette generation me depasse.

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Message par Le Negrier le Lun 4 Jan - 18:35

CRyma a écrit:Ah saignair !!!!!!!! Sodome et Gomor était dans la place !!!

C’EST QUOI CETTE MANIE QU’ON LES HOMMES DE VENIR SE COLLER AU CUL DES FEMMES POUR LEUR DEMANDER DE DANSER ??????

ALORS MES AMERICAINS QUI FREQUENTENT OKAPI360….dansez vous aussi de cette manière dans les clubs ? Allez vous vous coller à des charmantes inconnus et frotter votre hum hum sur leur ham ham ?


Qu'est ce le Saignair a a voir la dedans? Ti ne connaissais pas que les boites de nuit c'est Sodome et Gomorhe?

Je suis tres contre les manieres des boites. En tout cas ce n'est pas un endroit ou emmener sa copine si ti n'a a pas le ker dir.

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Message par Silver le Mar 5 Jan - 2:36

CRyma a écrit:WHAT THE F$%* ????

Depuis quelque temps, je ne vais plus souvent en boite de nuit. J’y vais peut être 1 fois tout les 6 mois. Par contre durant la nuit du 30 décembre, j’ai eu ma première expérience de club américain.

Bon avec mes 2 copines, nous sommes arrivé sur la place et a premiere vu, tout semblait interessant !

Premier constat positif, nous voyons que les mecs y étaient vachement mignons. De gauche à droit…du nord au sud. Propre, bien habillé, mignon, etc.

Deuxième constat positifs, les organisateurs ou les proprios de la soirée traitaient les femmes avec honneur . Ils nous laissaient passé, prenaient nos manteaux, bref, la galanterie était au rdv.

Troisième constat positifs, TOUT le monde dansait. Les gens étaient la pour s’amusaient et c’était super à voir . (Contrairement au canadiens qui sont la pour posé dans les boites et laissent les femmes danser sur la piste ……. un des raisons pour laquelle je ne sors!!!)

Bon, vu que tout etait beau pour etre vrai, mon WTF moment s'est manifesté Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Ah saignair !!!!!!!! Sodome et Gomor était dans la place !!!

C’EST QUOI CETTE MANIE QU’ON LES HOMMES DE VENIR SE COLLER AU CUL DES FEMMES POUR LEUR DEMANDER DE DANSER ?????? La galanterie ne demande t’elle pas de dire ‘’ excusez moi mlle, mais voulait vous danser avec moi ’’ ? ? ? mais non, nos noirs américains venaient bonnement coller leur corps derrière nous . NATURELLEMENT nous avions refusé toutes propositions de danse, car c’était dégoutant . Nous avions tellement refusé les propositions qu’un mec est venu me demandait pourquoi nous nous comportions de la sorte…bref nous étions les outkast. Nous étions anormales.

Mais il fallait voir comment les gens danser …..Je ne sais pas si c’est de la danse ou de la baise en publique . Un moment donné le dj a mis de la soca music. oh la la !!! Les gens faisaient carrément du coït habillé. Meme les simples chanson R&B ou Hip Hop étaient danser de la même manière par certaines personnes….COIT HABILLÉ Very Happy lol.

Pour couronner le tout, les gens qui dansaient de cette manière ne se connaissaient même pas.

ALORS MES AMERICAINS QUI FREQUENTENT OKAPI360….dansez vous aussi de cette manière dans les clubs ? Allez vous vous coller à des charmantes inconnus et frotter votre hum hum sur leur ham ham ?


Cryma

J'ai beaucoup ris en te lisant. T'etais vraisemblablement scandalisee. Que puis je te dire, c'est ca maintenant les boites americaines, malheureusement. C'est un peu culturel et ca reflete la jeunesse d'ajourd'hui et ses valeurs, je ne suis pas surpris par les dire de Le Passant. Ici l'attitude/ le show-off semble etre le seul language de communication. Plus macho et vulgaire tu parais, plus masculin t'es. Ajoute a cela l'alcool et la drogue, c'est un cocktail explosif. Dans la meme culture, les filles n'ont pas trop de probleme a se laisser faire si elles considerent le mec "hot" et qu'elle peut choquer( le shock value est tres important de nos jours) . Parfois meme c'est la fille qui offre le derriere. Et n'oublie pas que la danse va aussi avec la musique, quel genre de danse tu veux avec des titres comme "birthday sex", "put it on me", " ramping shop","tear it up".....etc . Le plus important c'est de savoir se faire respecter sur la piste en tant que femme comme vous l'avez fait. Personnellement (quad j'y vais, ca fait un moment que je n'y suis plus alle), je deteste quand il y a trop jeunes, j'evite les jeudi et vendredi (ou ils ont nombreux, fument et boivent, et je deteste le melnage de ces deux odeurs), je prefere les samedis quand c'est un peu plus chic ou les dimanches ou c'est plus lounging. Mais meme dans les soirees chic, bien que gentleman de naissance, apres un bon petit verre et avec un "ramping shop" qui passe c'est difficile pour moi de resister un p'tit dirty dancing. Y'Nah mean
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Message par Nappy Soul le Ven 12 Mar - 17:45

Okay y a pas beaucoup qui me choque de nos jours. Mais cette histore ci m'a carement scandalise. What is wrong with people?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2010/03/11/2010-03-11_pure_evil_nj_fantatic_aswad_ayinde_charged_with_raping_daughters_having_children.html

http://digg.com/d21LKOE?t2

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An award-winning video director was unmasked Thursday as a brutal, bizarre serial breeder who repeatedly raped his daughters to create a "pure" bloodline.

Aswad Ayinde, who won an MTV award for directing The Fugees' "Killing Me Softly," fathered six kids with his daughters from the mid-1980s to 2002 - and delivered the babies himself, New Jersey prosecutors said.

Ayinde, 51, who most recently lived in Paterson, N.J., also had nine kids with his ex-wife, Beverly, and at least three more with two other women in Brooklyn, court records show.

"He said the world was going to end, and it was just going to be him and his offspring and that he was chosen," Beverly Ayinde testified at a pre-trial hearing.

Also known as Charles McGill, Ayinde faces the first of five trials next month - one for each daughter he allegedly violated, said Lisa Squitieri, the Passaic County prosecutor handling the case.

Ayinde, held on $1 million bond, was hit with 27 charges including aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child endangerment, aggravated criminal sexual contact and criminal sexual contact.

His ex-wife still lives in New Jersey and a reporter found her home filled with small children. She did not return a call.

A young woman who said Ayinde was her father answered the door at the home but refused to talk about the case. "It's a painful thing. It's not something we're going to talk about outside of our family. The truth is coming out now, after a long time. That's it."

Several Web sites identified Ayinde as the director of The Fugees' video. Ex-girlfriend Subhana Rahim, 40, told The News she lived with the rape suspect from 2001 to 2004 and bore him two children.

His arrest prompted a probe by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services to determine how the suspect allegedly turned his daughters into sex slaves without their knowing.

Some of the crimes allegedly occurred while the family was under scrutiny by the agency - and after the dad admitted to a 2000 attempt to snatch his children from a hospital while the state had temporary custody.
Prosecutors said Ayinde kept the kids from blabbing by beating them with wooden boards or kicking them with steel-toed boots.

"I was afraid to ever accuse him of being demented or being a pedophile," Beverly Ayinde, who married him in 1977, told the court. "I knew the word, but I wouldn't dare use it because it would result in a beating."

Ayinde also made a point of moving his family from town to town, even squatting in an abandoned funeral home in East Orange, N.J., investigators said.

Later, he moved to Brooklyn and began passing himself off as an artist, brazenly boasting his now-grown daughters were his wives, Rahim said.

"He was this successful artist who had worked with The Fugees," Rahim told The News. "I was shocked when he told me they were his daughters and that he'd been sleeping with them."

In court papers, Rahim said she was eight months pregnant and living with Ayinde in 2002 when she discovered his horrible secret.

"I didn't try to understand something so ridiculous," said Rahim, a former lawyer at a top Manhattan law firm.

Charles McGill is an artist who has been working professionally for over 20 years. Born in Binghamton, NY, he began his training at Keystone Junior College in La Plume, PA where he earned an Associates of Fine Arts and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1984. Two years later he received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 1987 he attended the prestigious Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine.

After earning a Masters of Fine Art in 1989 from The Maryland Institute College of Art, in Baltimore, where he was a Ford Foundation Fellow, he went on to work in the admissions office as an admissions counselor and recruiter for the school. It was at MICA that he began teaching drawing and painting in the foundation department in addition to working with area high school students over the summer months in intensive drawing workshops.

After relocating to New York he was recruited by The School of Visual Arts to work in the admissions office where he advised prospective students, visited area and national high school art department and attended national portfolio days. He also taught painting and drawing in addition to running and designing the curriculum for the summer Portfolio Preparation courses to advanced area high school students.

In 1994 he wrote an essay entitled The Wizard of Oz: A Journey of Practical Spirituality. A course description followed along with a syllabus and shortly thereafter he taught the class at The New School for Social Research. The essay can be found on this site under ‘Writings’.

Writing has always been an important part of Mr. McGill creative development he sees his writing much the same way he views the art he makes – it’s all part of the creative process always leads somewhere positive.

Trained formally as a painter Charles McGill has evolved into a multi-disciplinary artist. His current body of work which he refers to as, The Artifacts from the Former Black Militant Golf and Country Club, incorporates found object, graphic design, performance, essay, photography, appropriation, digital arts and collage into creating an array of golf and race-related objects infused with satire and social politics.

In 2009 he was selected as a New York State Foundation for the Arts Fellow in crafts and was awarded a $7,000 grant. In early 2009 he was selected as an Artist in Residence at The Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. In 2007 he was a recipient of an Art Matters Grant and traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam to complete the performance-based photo-documentation of Arthur Negro: From Harlem to Hanoi.

Since his first solo NY exhibition in 1999 his work has been exhibited at The Bridge Art Fair/Wynwood /Art Basel in Miami, The Wadsworth Museum in Hartford, CT and various other gallery venues. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The International Review of African-American Art and Art in America.

Mr. McGill has served as visiting artist to many institutions including New York University, City College of New York, Virginia Tech University, Purchase College, the Wadsworth Museum in Hartford, CT, Queens College, Alfred University and Parsons School of Art and Design in NYC among others.

His professional exhibition record includes solo and group shows at several galleries and museums including the “The Painted Portrait” Group Exhibition at Bernarducci-Meisel Gallery, in NYC, The 2008 Westchester Biennial, “For the Love of the Game: Race and Sport in African-American Art” Group exhibition The Wadsworth Museum, “Art and Architecture” Group Exhibition Albright Knox Museum and Club Negro: Solo Show at The Barbara Ann Levy Gallery in NYC.

As an illustrator Mr. McGill’s work can be found in the 2005 book called The Six-Spoke Approach to Better Golf, by PGA Golf Teaching Professional Tom Patri. He contributed 30 pencil drawings to the project and shares credit on the project with such esteemed names as PGA Tour professional Fred Couples and NBC Sports Commentator Jimmy Roberts.

His work has been reviewed and featured in several publications including the New York Times, The African-American Review of Fine Arts, Art in America and HZ-Journal. Many of these reviews can be found on-line.

In 2005 the owner of The Bridge Country Club in Bridgehampton, NY commissioned one of Mr. McGill’s most controversial pieces. Arthur Negro – Head of The Former Black Militant Golf and Country Club, a life-sized likeness of the artist, is displayed for members and visitors alike in The Bridge Pro-Shop.

After spending several years working in his studio on his current body of work he was hired as Gallery Director at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY.

His first major contribution to the gallery was the works of 20th Century Master Alberto Giacometti as seen through the camera lens of famed American photographer Herbert Matter. This was a major addition to the Manhattanville community. In addition, he co-curated with Katie Stratis and Johanna Cooper for the June 2009 exhibition of Frank Lloyd Wright “Usonia/Broadacre City; The Ideal Community” a collection of photos, blue prints and architectural renderings of some of the artists most revered works.

In 2009 he curated or co-curated several exhibitions that included the work of the father of photorealism, Richard Estes, Mel Ramos and Charles Bell in addition to more contemporary artists such as R.M. Fischer and Nina Levy among others.

Mr. McGill continues his studio practice and seeks to refine his craft, find new and interesting ways to make his art and constantly challenges himself to make more insightful and thought-provoking work.

Nappy Soul

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Message par Silver le Sam 13 Mar - 3:57

Nappy Soul a écrit:Okay y a pas beaucoup qui me choque de nos jours. Mais cette histore ci m'a carement scandalise. What is wrong with people?

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2010/03/11/2010-03-11_pure_evil_nj_fantatic_aswad_ayinde_charged_with_raping_daughters_having_children.html

http://digg.com/d21LKOE?t2

Lu Pour vous:

An award-winning video director was unmasked Thursday as a brutal, bizarre serial breeder who repeatedly raped his daughters to create a "pure" bloodline.

Aswad Ayinde, who won an MTV award for directing The Fugees' "Killing Me Softly," fathered six kids with his daughters from the mid-1980s to 2002 - and delivered the babies himself, New Jersey prosecutors said.

Ayinde, 51, who most recently lived in Paterson, N.J., also had nine kids with his ex-wife, Beverly, and at least three more with two other women in Brooklyn, court records show.

"He said the world was going to end, and it was just going to be him and his offspring and that he was chosen," Beverly Ayinde testified at a pre-trial hearing.

Also known as Charles McGill, Ayinde faces the first of five trials next month - one for each daughter he allegedly violated, said Lisa Squitieri, the Passaic County prosecutor handling the case.

Ayinde, held on $1 million bond, was hit with 27 charges including aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child endangerment, aggravated criminal sexual contact and criminal sexual contact.

His ex-wife still lives in New Jersey and a reporter found her home filled with small children. She did not return a call.

A young woman who said Ayinde was her father answered the door at the home but refused to talk about the case. "It's a painful thing. It's not something we're going to talk about outside of our family. The truth is coming out now, after a long time. That's it."

Several Web sites identified Ayinde as the director of The Fugees' video. Ex-girlfriend Subhana Rahim, 40, told The News she lived with the rape suspect from 2001 to 2004 and bore him two children.

His arrest prompted a probe by the New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services to determine how the suspect allegedly turned his daughters into sex slaves without their knowing.

Some of the crimes allegedly occurred while the family was under scrutiny by the agency - and after the dad admitted to a 2000 attempt to snatch his children from a hospital while the state had temporary custody.
Prosecutors said Ayinde kept the kids from blabbing by beating them with wooden boards or kicking them with steel-toed boots.

"I was afraid to ever accuse him of being demented or being a pedophile," Beverly Ayinde, who married him in 1977, told the court. "I knew the word, but I wouldn't dare use it because it would result in a beating."

Ayinde also made a point of moving his family from town to town, even squatting in an abandoned funeral home in East Orange, N.J., investigators said.

Later, he moved to Brooklyn and began passing himself off as an artist, brazenly boasting his now-grown daughters were his wives, Rahim said.

"He was this successful artist who had worked with The Fugees," Rahim told The News. "I was shocked when he told me they were his daughters and that he'd been sleeping with them."

In court papers, Rahim said she was eight months pregnant and living with Ayinde in 2002 when she discovered his horrible secret.

"I didn't try to understand something so ridiculous," said Rahim, a former lawyer at a top Manhattan law firm.

Charles McGill is an artist who has been working professionally for over 20 years. Born in Binghamton, NY, he began his training at Keystone Junior College in La Plume, PA where he earned an Associates of Fine Arts and graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1984. Two years later he received a Bachelors of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In 1987 he attended the prestigious Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Skowhegan, Maine.

After earning a Masters of Fine Art in 1989 from The Maryland Institute College of Art, in Baltimore, where he was a Ford Foundation Fellow, he went on to work in the admissions office as an admissions counselor and recruiter for the school. It was at MICA that he began teaching drawing and painting in the foundation department in addition to working with area high school students over the summer months in intensive drawing workshops.

After relocating to New York he was recruited by The School of Visual Arts to work in the admissions office where he advised prospective students, visited area and national high school art department and attended national portfolio days. He also taught painting and drawing in addition to running and designing the curriculum for the summer Portfolio Preparation courses to advanced area high school students.

In 1994 he wrote an essay entitled The Wizard of Oz: A Journey of Practical Spirituality. A course description followed along with a syllabus and shortly thereafter he taught the class at The New School for Social Research. The essay can be found on this site under ‘Writings’.

Writing has always been an important part of Mr. McGill creative development he sees his writing much the same way he views the art he makes – it’s all part of the creative process always leads somewhere positive.

Trained formally as a painter Charles McGill has evolved into a multi-disciplinary artist. His current body of work which he refers to as, The Artifacts from the Former Black Militant Golf and Country Club, incorporates found object, graphic design, performance, essay, photography, appropriation, digital arts and collage into creating an array of golf and race-related objects infused with satire and social politics.

In 2009 he was selected as a New York State Foundation for the Arts Fellow in crafts and was awarded a $7,000 grant. In early 2009 he was selected as an Artist in Residence at The Museum of Arts and Design in NYC. In 2007 he was a recipient of an Art Matters Grant and traveled to Hanoi, Vietnam to complete the performance-based photo-documentation of Arthur Negro: From Harlem to Hanoi.

Since his first solo NY exhibition in 1999 his work has been exhibited at The Bridge Art Fair/Wynwood /Art Basel in Miami, The Wadsworth Museum in Hartford, CT and various other gallery venues. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The International Review of African-American Art and Art in America.

Mr. McGill has served as visiting artist to many institutions including New York University, City College of New York, Virginia Tech University, Purchase College, the Wadsworth Museum in Hartford, CT, Queens College, Alfred University and Parsons School of Art and Design in NYC among others.

His professional exhibition record includes solo and group shows at several galleries and museums including the “The Painted Portrait” Group Exhibition at Bernarducci-Meisel Gallery, in NYC, The 2008 Westchester Biennial, “For the Love of the Game: Race and Sport in African-American Art” Group exhibition The Wadsworth Museum, “Art and Architecture” Group Exhibition Albright Knox Museum and Club Negro: Solo Show at The Barbara Ann Levy Gallery in NYC.

As an illustrator Mr. McGill’s work can be found in the 2005 book called The Six-Spoke Approach to Better Golf, by PGA Golf Teaching Professional Tom Patri. He contributed 30 pencil drawings to the project and shares credit on the project with such esteemed names as PGA Tour professional Fred Couples and NBC Sports Commentator Jimmy Roberts.

His work has been reviewed and featured in several publications including the New York Times, The African-American Review of Fine Arts, Art in America and HZ-Journal. Many of these reviews can be found on-line.

In 2005 the owner of The Bridge Country Club in Bridgehampton, NY commissioned one of Mr. McGill’s most controversial pieces. Arthur Negro – Head of The Former Black Militant Golf and Country Club, a life-sized likeness of the artist, is displayed for members and visitors alike in The Bridge Pro-Shop.

After spending several years working in his studio on his current body of work he was hired as Gallery Director at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY.

His first major contribution to the gallery was the works of 20th Century Master Alberto Giacometti as seen through the camera lens of famed American photographer Herbert Matter. This was a major addition to the Manhattanville community. In addition, he co-curated with Katie Stratis and Johanna Cooper for the June 2009 exhibition of Frank Lloyd Wright “Usonia/Broadacre City; The Ideal Community” a collection of photos, blue prints and architectural renderings of some of the artists most revered works.

In 2009 he curated or co-curated several exhibitions that included the work of the father of photorealism, Richard Estes, Mel Ramos and Charles Bell in addition to more contemporary artists such as R.M. Fischer and Nina Levy among others.

Mr. McGill continues his studio practice and seeks to refine his craft, find new and interesting ways to make his art and constantly challenges himself to make more insightful and thought-provoking work.


Tout simplement degoutant.

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Message par Silver le Mer 7 Avr - 2:03



Unbe-freakin'-lievable!


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Message par Le Negrier le Mer 7 Avr - 10:40

Silver a écrit:

Unbe-freakin'-lievable!


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THEY REALLY NEED TO GET OVER IT. OBAMA PROMISED CHANGE AND HE IS DELIVERING.

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Message par Nappy Soul le Mer 7 Avr - 22:48

Le chien abboie la caravane passe. Let them bark.

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Message par Silver le Jeu 20 Mai - 1:08


" Pas de negres a Nascar". Prototype de white trash/tea bagger/redneck ameriKKKain sans cervelle. Qu'il vienne porter ce t-shirt a NY...




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