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2010 – Proclaim It

First off, Happy New Year world!

If you have resolutions, keep em. If you decided to change your life, change it. If you decided to gain or lose weight, do it. If you decided to remove people, remove em. If you decided to get close, get closer. The thing about a new year, we all say, this gonna change, that gonna change. We hit it hard for about a week, even a month. After that, we fall into the same little trap, December comes, and we are talking about the same thing again. The reason I say this is to make a point. 2009 didn’t waste no time. I’m not doin the same crap again in 2010. This is going to be my year. It is going to be huge. Gigantic. Really, really, really, really…………………..

.BIG!

Proclaiming the Reign

A Kid in the 90’s

–You remember the original cast of All That, and watched Kenan and Kel
–Clarissa explains it all. enough said.
–You remember the beloved popsicle stick, Stick Stickly, and Gumby.
–You know that “How Rude!” comes from Stephanie from “Full House”
–You can sing the rap to “The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air”
–You get really excited because you know all the words to these songs if you ever hear them nowadays: Lenny Kravitz “Fly away,” Eve 6’s “oblivion,” Aqua’s “barbie girl,” Swirl 360’s “hey now now,” Coolio’s “gangster paradise,” Reel 2 real’s “move it,” Outhere brothers “Boom, boom, boom,” Tag team’s “whoomp there it is”
–You remember Captain Planet and the song.
–You remember getting up early on a Saturday to watch cartoons, and you appreciate “old school nickelodeon” including rocko’s modern life, hey arnold, doug, rugrats (pre “all grown up” days)
–You remember “lambchop” and the “song that never ends”
–You remember the show “recess”
–You remember Bill Nye the Science Guy.
–You remember Legends of the Hidden Temple, Fraggle Rock, Garfield, Eureka’s Castle, Smurfs, and Ghost Writer (but you didn’t know what a ghost writer was).
–You got really excited when it was Oregon Trail day in computer class at school.
–You remember reading the “Goosebumps” series, and they freaked you out.
–You remember the Magic School Bus, and always wished your school bus could go on cool adventures.
–You remember the introduction and then the banning of slap bracelets.
–You used to say “NOT” after (almost) every sentence…Not…
–You’re clever comeback for almost everything was “I know you are but what am I,” or “I’m rubber and you’re glue, whatever you say bounces off me and sticks to you.”
–You remember “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up”
–You were obsessed with the Spice Girls/Backstreet Boys/N’sync/Britney Spears
–You remember going to the skating rink before there were inline skates
–You have gotten injured on a Slip ‘n’ Slide
–You remember boom boxes and cd players
–You had a walkman
–You had a tamagachi
–You had a furbie and you got frustrated when it just wouldn’t shut up
–You either owned silly putty or playdough or both
–You owned many, many barbies (or action figures)
–You remember curly shoe laces!
–You knew all the characters names and their life stories on “Saved By The Bell”
–You remember shows like salute your shorts, ahhh! real monsters, full house, the ren and stimpy show, boy meets world, TGIF
–You remember weird game shows nickelodeon had like Figure it Out, Guts, slimetime live
–You played and collected POGS
–You used to pretend to be a MIGHTY MORPHIN Power Ranger
–You owned a Skip It
–You had at least one GigaPet or Nano and brought it everywhere
–You watched the original Care Bears, and Ninja Turtles
–You remember the real Willy Wonka movie with Gene Wilder. (even though it wasnt made in the 90s)
–You’ve gotten creeped out by “Are You Afraid of the Dark?”
–You watched Chip n’ Dale Rescue Rangers
–You thought it would be so cool to be Alex Mack.
–You know the Macarena by heart.
–“Talk to the hand” … enough said
–You thought Brain would finally take over the world
–You were a beanie baby collector.
–You owned a pair of light up sneakers.
–You had the original nintendo 64 or Sega genesis
–Admit it. You were addicted to playing “Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?” and you remember the little cartoon clues that would come up when you travelled to a different country.
–You always said, “Then why don’t you marry it!”
–You responded to everything with “whatever” and made a “w” sign with your fingers
–Your mom or dad had a beeper/pager that probably weighed 10 pounds, but it was the coolest thing and the “latest technology”
–You remember watching Rocket Power and repeated lines such as “WIPE OUT!”
–Opposite day occured whenever you wanted it to

Not Dead Yet….

Considerations of the Future:
Being AWOL is a bitch….to say the least. School, stress, and other stuff kept me prohibited for the past few months. So this brings the question: continue or no?

Heck yes, I’m continuing. It’s gonna be big, it’s going to be hard, but it’s going to be big.

Content Management:

After this weekend, content management pertaining to downloads will be refreshed with complete upgrades and a few new downloads.

And that’s a wrap gents, I’m back, I’m running, I’m rolling, and it’s crucial.

~L.E.~

Asked for a Debate, not a Lecture

McCain is behind….he needed a clear victory tonight, despite showing strength. Telling a politician, a competitor, a senator that he doesn’t understand foreign policy was McCain’s defense against Obama. At certain segments of the debate, John McCain seemed to be lecturing Barack Obama instead of debating with him. Obama stood his ground in an issue that critics said that McCain was supposed to clean house in. Instead, it was a crapload of name-dropping by McCain. I could read a wiki and know all those names.

In short, there was only one attack or bash during the debate. OBAMA attacked McCain about the issue with  Iraq. McCain thought it was going to be quick, but as we see, Iraq was not done quickly. It is still being dragged out. There has to be something done, there has to be a change.

CNN.com – Restore America’s Image

Debating of Strategy in Iraq