lmao this was definitely what Vick was thinking when the reporter asked “how he felt”
Stay tuned for a hot new drop by Damilleo Stacks featuring Mr. Cuffington! You are welcome in advance kids….
Imagine a scenario in which you took the cookies from the cookie jar, and nobody knew.
Better yet, imagine you could rant and rave all you want, make people laugh, make people put holes in the wall, and not once have to confront anyone face to face about it? Sounds great doesn’t it?
What if you just produced that latest smash hit deserving of a #1 spot on every major music chart in the world, still want to be anonymous? I didn’t think so.
Anonymity can be “cool” but not when it turns into fleeing from accountability. I don’t mean to condemn the millions of folks out there who act in this manner because I myself have been guilty of such behavior on more than one occasion. However, having seen both sides of the coin I would be selfish not to share my experience given the positivity and sense of freedom that accountability has brought me as of late. Imagine, speaking in your own voice [mostly] all the time, and being perfectly OK with it. That my friends, is not something that everyone can say he/she is comfortable with.
Yes, I know that some people are persecuted for using their own voice, some to the point where he/she can’t even “speak” but let us not focus on the outliers for the sake of this explanation. (I know you want to even though we live in America and most people that end up reading this have little to no connection to being genuinely persecuted*)
At the end of the day, speaking in your own voice is the easiest and most effective way of being heard. Why do I want to listen to some carbon copy of someone else when the original is probably 10 times more interesting? On top of that, accountability spares no one! You can try to fool everyone around for as long as you wish but I would put money on the probability that in some way, shape or form you will suffer the repercussions of your actions. Further, the more you strive for anonymity the greater the chances are of you losing your identity. Trust me.
Later[this may be expanded upon],
Only once you have looked at something in its simplest form can you truly understand its meaning
I’m going to go ahead and say that this needs to go platinum lol
The man himself
Given all of the chaos and confusion that has been flooding various media outlets these days, I have been putting some serious thought into the question “What now?”
Whether it’s the impending NFL lockout, the ongoing crisis in Japan, Charlie Sheen, the potential collapse of the U.S. Government, or the violent outbreaks in Libya, I think it fair to say it’s not all good in the hood.
But wait! Just because all of these events are occurring (and in rapid succession I might add), that doesn’t mean we are all screwed! This quote/poem from Mizuta Masahide just about sums up my thoughts on these issues:
Barn’s burnt down
I can see the moon.
These days it is SO easy to lose focus on what matter most in life. Do yourself a favor and take a moment to evaluate your priorities and figure out what really enhances your personal well being—I’ll give you a hint, it’s not money. Don’t get me wrong, I wish misfortune on no one but sometimes it takes the barn burning down for people to learn some valuable lessons and better themselves as time rolls on.
Pharrell Williams - The Game Has Changed
This is a SUPER SERIOUS new track by Pharrell over an already SERIOUS Daft Punk beat. You’re welcome!
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
This list consists of what I (me. not you.) consider to be 10 of the best female R&B Hits/Slow Jams/Melodies of the 90’s. And yes, I did notice that this is “black list” so either you accept it for what it is or make suggestions as you see fit (this list is in no particular order). Be Cool.
- My Love Is Like…Wo - Mya
- I Get Lonely - Janet Jackson
- All That I Can Say - Mary J. Blige
- Soon As I Get Home - Faith Evans
- Let It Flow - Toni Braxton
- Come Over - Aaliyah
- You Used To Love Me - Faith Evans
- Baby - Brandy
- The Sweetest Taboo - Sade
- Can’t Take My Eyes Off You - Lauren Hill
- Faded ft. Rick Ross - Red Cafe
- All Of The Lights - Kanye West
- Never Been - Wiz Khalifa
- Hell Of A Life - Kanye West
- In The Morning ft. Drake - J.Cole
- Blame Game - Kanye West
- Dark Fantasy - Kanye West
- Rap Song ft. Rick Ross- T.Pain
- Make A Movie ft. Chris Brown - Twista
- Super High (Remix) ft. Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y -Rick Ross
- Ink My Whole Body - Wiz Khalifa
- Premeditated Murder - J.Cole
- Party After 2 ft. Jeremiah - Sheek Louch
- Loving You No More ft. Drake & Dirty Money - Diddy
- Too Fake ft. Chiddy Bang - Big Sean
- Make It Rain (Remix) ft. JD, T.Pain, Tyga, Rick Ross & Wale
- I Remember - Deadmau5 & Kaskade
This is some of what I will be rocking to for the near future. Enjoy
Top of the Morning
- Dad: I was talking to a friend of mine who has a son at Babson that graduated last year. He said he came out of school and landed on his feet and is now working at Verizon.
- Chad: Babson?
- Dad: Yea.
- Chad: Well if he went to Babson and landed on his feet then I'm trying to land on a bike and make my move....forget some feet.
- Dad: Feet are fine
- Chad: (ok Rex Ryan)