Boneqweesha Jones: "Recently, Hair Did University's Post-Secondary Education Foundation received needed funding from the Ghetto Stimulus Package. I appreciate this financial gesture from the government who responded like a good friend.
"This friendly gesture reminds me of lyrics from an old Beatles tune: ‘I get by with a little help from my friends, I'm gonna try with a little help from my friends.'
"You may ask: ‘Qweesha, you listen to rock ‘n' roll?' I listen to any type of music with meaning, or a song that touches my spirit when I'm depressed and frustrated. When you hear something uplifting, it stimulates you and gives you hope, just like a good friend. And I'm pleased that the government has become friendlier to the common man, woman and child.
"H.D.U.'s Post-Secondary Education Foundation will pay forward our portion of the government's stimulus package through the implementation of a new computer-server system that will host Hair Did University's online classes for the common people. Aunt Tee Tee Hustle, information technology and computer guru of the ghetto, will manage and administer our computer system and H.D.U. Computerized Cosmetology Curriculum. Students with home computers and refurbished laptops will receive quality, accredited instruction through H.D.U. Online. After H.D.U. grads complete the online courses, they will make a smooth transition into the digital age as skilled workers.
"H.D.U. and the common person can move forward immediately, successfully and progressively, with a little help from our friends and some stimulus money."