Saturday, December 31, 2011

Thursday, December 29, 2011

look what came in the mail

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Man this senior in high scool been


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Sunday, December 11, 2011

Back On the scene

Im BAck Like 2pacccccccc

This year have been crazyyyyyyyy trying to deal with all this senior stuff and everything but no excuse .........................................You know the hoildays are here so be safeeee


Sunday, August 7, 2011

Sorry Fam

This summer have been crazy people let me know wats good

School About to start so if u were uniform get acessory it would make the whole outfit better like watches and stuff for watch gshock would do it but u have to wear one that match the shoes

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Wiz Taylor Life

Happy Bday Ye

So Underrated

Looking at my wrist u bet you change your name to Diamond

Wade wins off court

Life as a Single Father in the NBA

Dwyane Wade: My Life As An NBA Single Parent

There are a few words that come to mind when I think about the past couple years of my life: challenging, rewarding, transformative—they roll off the tip of my tongue in an instant. In the span of a year my two good friends LeBron James and Chris Bosh joined me on the Miami Heat, I struggled through a painful, public divorce, and I became the full-time parent to my two young sons, Zaire and Zion.

I’ve had some ups and downs lately, but the memories of the unpleasant times disappear quickly, in part because of moments like the one recently when I was able to surprise my younger son, Zion, at his school with cupcakes for his fourth birthday. It was the day after we’d won the Eastern Conference finals, but that victory couldn’t compare with the huge smile on Zion’s face at that moment. I will never forget it. Bad memories vanish each morning when I walk into both of my sons’ bedrooms to wake them up for school—their laughter gives me all I need to face whatever is happening in my life. Not too long ago, due to custody issues, I wasn’t allowed to see my sons for long periods of time, or was given the chance to see them for only a few hours with no idea of if or when I’d see them again. I can’t describe how trying those days were, fighting for full custody while also working as a professional basketball player nine months of the year. I just knew I wanted to be with my kids.

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I was seriously motivated to be a full-time parent for my sons. My mother and father weren’t together when I was a kid growing up in Chicago, and early on my mother fell victim to drug abuse. At 9 years old, I moved in with my father because my mother could no longer care for me. Looking back, I now see so many similarities between my own childhood and that of my sons. My father stepped in when I needed him, and that gave me the chance for a better life. That’s what I’m doing for my boys now.

All children need their fathers, but boys especially need fathers to teach them how to be men. I remember wanting that so badly before I went to live with my dad. I wanted someone to teach me how to tie a tie and walk the walk, things only a man can teach a boy. Of course, back then, I never could have imagined being in the same situation someday with my own kids. My dad and I bumped heads a lot—we were so alike, both of us born competitors. My older son, Zaire, is exactly the same way. We’ll battle on the court when I’m 39 and he’s 19. He’s 9 now, and he’s grown up with basketball. Zion could take it or leave it, which is cool by me.

Today, I constantly tell my dad how much I appreciate what he did for me. I think you really have to become a parent to understand what you will endure to be there for your kids. I could say I was surprised at the criticism I received for traveling from Miami to Chicago so often during the regular season for my custody court cases, but nothing really surprises me anymore. I had a duty to fight to be with my kids, and I did it.

Thankfully, I’ve gotten a lot of support from my mother, sister, and others in taking care of my boys and making their new living arrangements a smooth and happy transition. Going forward, I want my sons to have a healthy relationship with their mother, and that’s something we’re working on. I hope to have a great relationship with her one day too, because I know how much it meant to me to see my parents get along as time went on.

I can’t say what we’ll do for Father’s Day, because since my sons came to live with me about two months ago, every day has been like Father’s Day. I just want people—men, and men of color in particular—to hear my story and know that their children need them and that it’s their responsibility to be there for them. We have to step up as men and do our part. There are no excuses.

Wade is a guard for the Miami Heat and was recently appointed by President Obama to a new parenting program geared toward encouraging fathers to become more involved in their children’s lives.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Hey Astro Space

hey i been working on my craft the craft of music trying to build a studio in my house to make good music the first element i will be getting is the Akai mpk25

Many great artist use Akai Like Dr.Dre and Kanye West ....... so this is just the first step will update post when i get free time hustling to get what i want and working hard to make wat i get

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Monday, January 17, 2011

Common I Have A Dream


Great men do Great Deeds

I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word in reality. That is why right, temporarily defeated, is stronger than evil triumphant

Mlk Day thank u for your hard work sir..

Faith is taking the first step, even when you don't see the whole staircase:MLK

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

Y Is the Media after the fastlife aka (goodlife)

I hear time and time again about this freemason and secret society stuff okkkkkk if these artist you so call think they invovled in this your wrong ok i been doin research all u dumpies are wrong jayz time and time again say he dont worship the devil kanye west have so many haters there are video were he say (i go to church or god)  the whole world is under this mind set wake up if u believe god y u worring u know thats a sin to worry because u should believe and have faith so calm down if yall say these artist are in a society call alluminate you are wrong because that society have been folded long time ago so i u still dont believe me research for your self and if its a secret society it secret so u dumpies wouldnt notices anything but u dont believe me right they say the rock sign is the devil u dumpies in sign language that means love...............look

also people say this is a devil sign

people seen bush putting this up ok dumpies this is the texas longhorns sign and also a sign that symbolize texas duhhh ......................
now too to the freemasin thing alot of people say oo obama is in that stuff omg hes worship the devil no
it have been 44 presidents and 40 were mason here are a few names.............
George Washington

James Monroe

Andrew Jackson

James Polk

James Buchanan

Andrew Johnson

James Garfield

William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt

Howard Taft

Warren Harding

Franklin Roosevelt

Harry Truman

Gerald Ford

so y wen obama president its a big problem ......................because hes black... think about it
George Bush has also on numerous occasions been referred to as a Freemason.The confusion as to President Bush being a member arises from the swearing in ceremonies at his inauguration. President Bush took his oath of office on the George Washington Bible which belongs to St. Johns Lodge in New York City. Because the Bible belonged to a Masonic Lodge many writers assumed he was a Freemason. The Bible was used at the request of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies

This Bible was first used on April 30, 1789, by the Grand Master of the Masons in New York, to administer the oath of office to George Washington, the first president. Other presidents who took their oath of office with this Bible are Warren G. Harding, Dwight D. Eisenhower and Jimmy Carter.

The denomination with the longest history of objection to Freemasonry is the Roman Catholic Church......

so u still think im crazy ok theres a song called freemason by rickross ft. jayz listen to jayz part

so wat u think my next post will touch on more..............