Saturday, June 28, 2008

W.O.W SUMMARY: HATERATION - Do we need it to survive?!


Word of Wisdom

Enamor: to inspire with love; captivate

‘Instead of hating, people should be enamored by another’s drive & motivated.’


“Hating is the sincerest form of flattery.”

“Hated by many confronted by one.”

“Don’t hate what you can’t imitate.”

“Haters only hate things they can’t get and people they can’t be.”

“Love me or HATE me. Either way, I’m on your mind.”

“So many assume, so little know.”

“Haters can’t hurt you unless you let them.”

“If you don’t like me, remember it mind over matter. I don’t mind and you don’t matter.”



Hater: a person that simply CANNOT be happy for another person’s success. So rather than be happy they make a point of exposing a flaw in that person.

Haterism: the business our practice of hating.

Hateration: the act of hating.

Hating: when one puts down the success or fortune of other’s due to jealousy; the act of hating the world and the vast majority of its occupants for a significant period of time

Special on-air Co-host: Dre of Overstand

Haters of History

Peter Tosh (Harriet Tubman’s husband) – he didn’t want her to be free and free others. He was going to snitch about the Underground Railroad. (Enoch)

Ike Turner on Tina Turner (Enoch)

Barbara Walters on Star Jones (Enoch)

Oprah on Hip Hop (Enoch)

Bill O’Riley on Ludacris – he was allegedly the reason why Pepsi dropped Ludacris for their Ads and doesn’t like rap and Hip Hop in general (Dymon J)

Cain on Abel

C. Delores Tucker on Hip Hop -- she said that Hip Hop music poisoning our society with the lyrical content and that the music was negative (“E”)

Skip Bayless on ALL team’s – he an ESPN columnist; no matter what team or sport, he got to find something wrong with the team or find some kind of fault; and he doesn’t know what he is talking about (Dymon J)

Andrew Jackson on the Indians (Truth Scribe)

Napoleon on Africa – when he shot off the Sphinxes nose (Truth Scribe)

50 Cent on Kanye West – Kanye’s music was doing better than his; Kanye is considered more of an entertainer than him. (Poetic Therapist)

Levels of Hating: (1) super hater, (2) ultra hater, and (3) mission impossible hyper hater


1 comment:

De-U.c.e. Double said...

I agree wit U on some points but why now days people thow dat word around soo much. If someone gives a slight bit of creative criticizm people blast him instantly & label that person a hater before they even listen to their point of view.