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Bryian "The Revoner" R. is an ex-gangsta rapper from the group Epitaph, who performed under the name "The Chauceriin." During his time in Wynne, Arkansas, where he grew up, Bryian was often criticized for being too White in school, because of his ability to write poetry. His fellow African-Americans were busy writing rap lyrics and garnering praise for it, but misunderstood Bryian was simply shunned for his poetic attempts. Reading the writing on the wall, Bryian began to refine his poetry into raps to gain acceptance, as he wrote raps for himself and other would-be rappers of the time. Bryian would go on to release two albums with the group Epitaph and two solo projects. Despite his lyrical ability and his strong poetic background, the strong majority of his rhymes fell on deaf ears blinded by a willing, conservative ignorance! With songs like "The Battle of Bryian R."; "The End Is Comin"; "Forsaken"; "Glimmer of Hope"; "The Wall"; and the rap/love ballad "I Wanna Be Free," one would think that the world would have embraced something new, but it was not to be.
Bryian received an Associate's Degree from East Arkansas Community College and a Bachelor's of Science Degree from Arkansas State University. He was in the group Gamma Beta Phi, and he was featured in Who's Who in American Junior Colleges. Bryian was featured the dirty south rap magazine called Murder Dog Magazine, which featured the south's most up and coming new talent, and Bryian was also featured on worldwide released compilation album called Now Here This! Volume 1 for a song he produced called "Epitaph(Acoustic) featuring Bret Walzer; Jimmy Martin Jr.; and the group Epitaph.
With his failed rap career now behind him, Bryian has begun focusing his attention on politics and the world around him. Bryian is an ex-journalism major; an ex-history major; and an English/literature minor! He has a nice following on Facebook, and he has created his own political party and written a book about it, but it has yet to be released. Bryian is liberal, Democratically independent; a moderate, somewhat libertarian; and absolutely an anti-conservative. Bryian considers himself to be a cross between 2Pac Skakur; Kurt Cobain; John Lennon; Rage Against the Machine; Public Enemy; N.W.A.; Dead Prez; Paris "The Black Panther"; Prince; Dr. Martin Luther King.; Malcolm X; Barack Obama; Outkast; Michael Jackson; Jessie Jackson Sr. and Jr; and Geoffrey Chaucer!

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(4 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, June 26, 2010
Conservatively Ignorant! This is a story abour a conservative man from the south who thought Barack Obama was a foreigner for all of the wrong, hickish reasons!
(5 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, July 24, 2010
Same Fight; Same Tactics; Same Results! The firing of Shirley Sherrod has caused a political and racial firestorm, and the political war against the Obama presidency is only beginning.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Sunday, August 22, 2010
One Block or Twenty Blocks? The Arrogance of Right. The mosque/community center near ground zero. To establish or not establish, that is the question.
(1 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, July 2, 2010
Higher Learning vs. Higher Ignorance: The Follow Up to Conservatively Ignorant Whether you're a Rhodes scholar with a Ph.D. or a Mensa member with an intellectual chip on your shoulder, the status of higher education does not always translate into practical independence; the same way that a more diminutive educational background does not always translate into cerebral gullibility.