Thursday, June 14, 2007

The Difference

Some people are confused on this matter, so I thought I'd give my 2 cents to help clear the matter up. The question is, "What is the difference between a reason and an excuse?" My answer is this: A reason requires deep thought. An excuse requires quick thought. That's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I?

Friday, June 8, 2007


Here is a young man who is in need of our help. He has been deprived of physical contact for so long that he now fears closeness and/or any physical connection especially with another male. I know what you're thinking, another homophobe; but i think this is much more. In this young man I've noticed a trend when emotions are thought of and looked at as a weakness. The better you hide them, the better you are. I've even heard some say that it is better to not have any feelings or emotions. I wanna break this cycle! So if you see this man. Hug him! I don't think it will result in any physical violence; just a pained expression and an immediate exit. So remember if you see this man, HUG HIM!!! It will make the world a better place. That's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I?

Another Hip-Hop Classic

My criticism of Hip-Hop and Rap music is nothing new. I decided that it isn't good to always point out the bad. Today, I decided to hip you all to a gem that many of you might not know about. The artist is Jadakiss. The album is "Kiss Of Death". The track is #15 "Air It Out". This song captures it all: the struggle, the motives, the swagger, and the stress. With this song, he distanced himself from 90% of the MCs in the game right now. He paints an incredibly vivid picture. So vivid that people that aren't from that lifestyle can see it. Jadakiss was ahead of his time with this single. It will be relevant for the next two decades. But that's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I?

Wednesday, June 6, 2007

A Cool Story

As those of you, who know me, are aware; I am not the biggest fan of organized religion. I do however read The Koran, The Bible, The Gita, and other various books of faith. Unlike most, I just see them as books. Occasionally, while reading a book, I'll run across a cool story. I'd like to share this one,

"There were ten lepers healed, and only one turned back to give thanks, but it is to be noticed that our Lord did not recall his gift from the other nine because of their lack of gratitude. When we begin to lessen our acts of kindness and helpfulness because we think those who receive do not properly appreciate what is done for them, it is time to question our motives."

What do you think? I think, it is real talk. That's just my opinion though, and who the hell am I
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