Lmao. I love my. [extended] family: Part 2
Chris Robinson: “Man, that was hilarious senior trip when Symone Parker got hit on by a dike.” Anonymous: “How is she doing?” Me: “The dike?” Anonymous: “Yeah, the dike.” Tony Ray: “That sounds like somethin’ you get at the grocery store. stank face ‘Go get some cheese…and some DIKE!’” Anonymous: “LOL Yeah!...
I Love My [Extended] Family
Chris: “Is she cute?” Anonymous: “Well…I…Sh…” Me: “LOL now she’s going to say ‘She’s a nice girl.’” Anonymous: “Well I mean…she’s not a Maria or Melanie…but she’s a nice gir…she has a nice face.” Anonymous = my play mom
(913): The moment you ate chicken nuggets out of... →
What If Everyone Saw This Facebook Status? →
Can’t Front on It
Music. Me. Music. Me. Music. Me. Beauty. Love....
Music. Me. Music. Me. Music. Me. Beauty. Love. Passion. Music. Me
jayislegend: …we would make beautiful babies together. My excuse for wanting to marry every girl I meet. ^^^ Ahhh, polygamy… the American Dream
Now that I've sat down and LISTENED to Tyler The...
teazzz: …He’s not bad…not bad at all. My exact thoughts as well. My boy put me on to Analog. Love it
Life Lesson #3
The hardest thing about having the oldest friendships is that they undergo the most changes. Love and resilience mean everything
Finally got the understanding of the cascading reblog thing with Tumblr. Shoutout to them for not making that clear. -_______-
Late Night Epiphanies
Pretty much had a simple realization, but it’s just like basic training exercises. As you grow, they mean more to your skill set because you realize, it’s implications don’t need all these fancy formalities to be applied…it only needs itself. Kinda like I just got my Sharingan/Byakugan/Rinnegan on life. Pretty epic. (yup…I’m still an anime nerd too)
"What we are is God's gift to us. What we become...
I understand why people aren’t buying Tebow. He has a system that works got him and America doesn’t understand. America doesn’t like people doing things they can’t understand. Either do the normal thing, or don’t try to be great. Greatness is normalcy in the abnormally normal country of the great America, (where the unexpected is how we became great). ...
I’m not on the Tebow bandwagon. Been a fan. #Shoutout to the now-believers and future believers. You don’t shine without being bright
Playing the low front-end deal for a back-end pay, playing the game with heavy front-end, and low back-end, or keep a balanced pay. Which is more lucrative?
Dancing Gone Wrong →
^^^ Click, and then instantly become disappointed. This is what the world is coming to: Reason #393489346 why I’m reluctant to have a daughter
Life. Breaks. Good
One PHENOMENAL reason I love winter breaks more than summer is that it’s a true blue break. Too short for a job (unless you previously held position somewhere) and long enough to reflect. The insight you gained in three months of increasingly difficult college life/adulthood entry can finally be spread out, organized, and applied to its fullest extent. You get a break for any and...
The Politics of Sport, pt. 2
The thing is, the Clippers were a low-end.come-up market due to Blake Griffin, but adding Chris Paul alongside makes a HIGHLY competitive market, increasing overall revenue, bringing LA up as well. Jerseys, dolls, bobble-heads, tickets, local events, all increasing the fat David Stern check and NBA owners’ checks. Chris Paul + Kobe would’ve been nice, but Kobe dominates the Lakers...
The Politics of Sport, pt. 1
Fishy fishy David Stern. Wouldn’t give the Lakers Chris Paul for the strong LA Lakers-Kobe market machine, but then gave him to the Clippers w/ Blake Griffin, boosting LA capital twice over! Goes to show it’s not about the game, it’s about the money. Sad