Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Why do people hate?”)

When it comes to the principle of hate, many people do so because they simply don’t understand. No one is born to hate. They are “taught” to do so. Those that do hate often base their justifications on what they have learned from others. They don’t particularly know the people they hate. However, they do believe that they know their circumstances. Whether it is based on different values, different customs or just a different look people formulate their hatred on what they “think” is there. Everyone has a little prejudice in them. If you don’t like a lady because she wears an ugly hat you are exhibiting prejudice against her. Your realness depends on how well you can “control” your prejudices. Those who display their ignorance publicly are those who cannot contain themselves. They lack will power. What can be done to stop people from exhibiting hatred? Just like hate can be taught, love can be taught as well. Your lack of knowledge can be the one thing that makes you susceptible to hatred. Either get to know the people you  are judging, or learn from someone who knows. If you hang with a certain group of people, you may only know their ways. If their way makes you believe that others are wrong, then you can become that product of hatred. Learning to love is not based on your vision. It is based on your heart. Once you begin to understand that the world has many variations to it then your process of loving becomes much stronger. Make a way for people to understand you… because just like you don’t know them, they may not know you either… Let love teach you both… Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.


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Brett Jolly and Lynda Carter (The “original” Wonder Woman)

Linda Carter and Brett Jolly

Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Someone requested a song that we never performed before last night”)

Last night we had our Wednesday Night Grand Slam (at the Crab Tavern in Darby, PA, 201 North MacDade Blvd). As usual, it was “packed” last night too, and we have so much fun taking requests. Someone asked for this song (and to be truthful we had never performed this before). I had no idea of the words but the one thing about us is that we will attempt to tackle “anything.” We hope you can ignore the “vocal blunders” on this tune and maybe enjoy the fact that we even “attempted” this song without any rehearsal. We could have posted one of the songs we were more sure of, but we take pride in just about any song we tackle. I hope you enjoy the tune. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Signs you are dating a psychopath”)

I found this and thought it should be interesting enough to read. Sometimes people have no idea who or what they are getting involved with, only to find out later on that you walked right into trouble. If you catch the warning signs early it may help (or save) you from potential devastation. Women especially need to pay attention to this. Some men need to take heed as well. An ounce of protection now can save you from a lifetime of consequences. Here are the signs that you may be dating a psychopath:

Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.


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Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“The woman behind the Kevin Hart Scandal”)

I just happened to go over this story only a couple of times or so, but something just doesn’t seem right here. Let’s go from what we know for sure to be true first. Kevin Hart (the rich and famous comedian) had a 3 day affair with some lady by the name of Montia Sabbag and through all of that a sex video emerged. According to Kevin, someone was trying to extort money out of him for the video (This I can believe for several reasons… first, the video exists, so therefore it had to be made… If the video was made, the only purpose I can see for it would be to secure money). Now comes the part where things seem a little shaky. To be honest, I do NOT trust the sincerity of the woman involved in the scandal, Montia Sabbag.  Here is a sample of her interview:

Just HOW did they manage to even “set up” video in Hart’s room for them to shoot in the first place? It was Kevin’s “private” room. If it happened during the “2nd” day of sex (Like she allegedly claims) then someone had to let this person (or people) in. I can’t imagine that Kevin (who had every reason in the world to keep this secret) would do it. The only person left who could have let strangers into his private room was Montia herself. Also, whoever set up the video had to know “in what room” to set up the cameras. They had to know this couple sexually. Who else would have known better than her? She also claims in the interview that Kevin was hugging, kissing and tugging on her and that made her believe that he wasn’t married. Do you believe that? I sure don’t… Any married man who wants some will be more than willing to hug, kiss and tug without telling you a thing. She also claims that if she had known he was married then their sexual escapade would never have happened. Well, she DID know it. Even though as she claims, it was only around the second time they had sex. The problem here is that she continued to have sex with him for a second AND a third time… This lady has also denied being a stripper, and yet there is proof of her being on a pole. The main thing that I think happened here is that Kevin was set up (and this lady was involved with this in some capacity). He was set up and caught by people wanting to get money from him. Now that he has told his story, the woman still can make money based on her telling her story (which is why she did this interview). For me, this is very simple to see. This should be an example for any “high profile” man. There are many people out there who would “love” to catch you in a weak moment and expose your weakness to the world for profit. Hart did not know this woman and he trusted her. It was a big mistake on his part. The best way to avoid this was to refrain from doing it. For a lot of men, this is easier said than done. The real question is “Has he learned from this experience?” Maybe so, but what about the next man who rises to fame, and the next, and the next? With fame comes responsibility. Use it wisely, or else you too will become your own victim… Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.


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Brett Jolly and actress Gabrielle Union

Gabrielle Union and Brett Jolly


Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Trump makes the NFL more popular than ever”)

One thing you can most certainly say about our president: With each tweet he digs himself further and deeper into unpopularity.  His latest tweet wrath was aimed at NFL players who “take a knee” during the playing of the National Anthem in protest against racism. Trump said that the owners should take that “son of a b….” off the field and fire them immediately. Players across the country united during the NFL (some did not even come out for the national anthem)  and if Trump managed to do anything, he united the NFL against him. While this practice was not deemed the best response at first it has since “gained steam” since Donald Trump took a stance against it. The one thing that helps to guarantee it is the fact that the process of “free speech” is being hampered with. No matter who you are or what you believe, you should have the right express yourself. Communication is the key to finding a better way, and until you have it right you continue to have dialogue. Here are some of the reactions around the league to what Trump said:

When it comes to hate groups like the KKK and everything else on that level, it is important to let them have their say (No matter how wrong they may appear). We are also entitled to react the way we do to the things that they say, because this is America. Trump, in his bid to disfigure the NFL probably succeeded in making it more popular than ever. I would love to know the ratings for all the games next week and whether or not they actually improve. Obviously Trump didn’t think before he acted (but that always seems to be the case). There is good to be had out of what he does, even if he himself doesn’t realize it. The players have a right to stand (or kneel) for what they believe. Diversity is what makes America really great, and any attempt to stifle it only makes us stronger. Whether or not he wants to admit it, Trump is making the league stronger. It will be interesting to see where things go from here.


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Singer Lyfe Jennings and brother Bill Jolly along with Brett Jolly

Lyfe Jennings and Brett

Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (“Red Bass Guitar photos of Shekinah”)

Shekinah doesn’t sing, but she is a beauty pageant contestant. She needed pictures done (even though she just found out that she has to have her hair changed to match what she will wear in the pageant, so we will need to do pictures over again soon). These pictures were too good to waste, so I decided to show them here. She is a gem to work with. She is a collage aged student and we wish her the very best. Hope you enjoy her pictures. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.