21 January 2010

This Way or That?

I've been doing alot of comtemplating lately about transferring schools.
I think I want to go back home and go to the Univ. of Memphis.It just makes more since. I need to start saving up for a new car which means I need a job and I have NO form of transportation here. Plus, Im sick and tired of asking people to take me places. "Can you take me to the bank" "Can you take me to the grocery store?" Ugh! I hate that shit. I've never been the type to ask people to do things for me, so this is really killing me. Then niggas want to have attitudes and thats something I just dont have time for. At first I really didnt wanna go back home, but its looking more and more like a possibility. I think I would be a lot more happier anyway...

15 January 2010


Graffiti. Madrid style.

13 January 2010

Help Haiti.

"Haiti has moved to center of the world's thoughts and the world's compassion" - British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.
On tuesday afternoon, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti and left its inhabitants crumbling at its feet. No one could really imagine the extent of the damage until the next morning when horrifying images and videos started to circulate. The death toll remains unknown and to be quite honest I dont think I want to know. One of my fellow Twittians wrote, "#pleaseexplainwhy we finna help Haiti when we could BARELY HELP NEW ORLEANS ?!?!?!? HONESTLY!?!". Now while he does present a valid point, my first reaction was "What the hell is wrong with him?" Ignorance is at an all time high man. Two wrongs dont make a right. I bet if you were to ask anyone affected by Katrina if they would want Haitians to suffer simply because they did, they would answer NO. The thing that frustrates me the most is that Im almost postive this person has done nothing to help Katrina victims. No donations, no community service, nothing! People always complain, but never do anything to help execute the change.
I watched this video http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhd4jO2LN3U8fO98Fz and my mouth was hung open in shock at some parts.
I know Wyclef is helping his fellow Haitians by collecting money through Yele.com You can also use your cell phone to text “Yele” to 501501, which will automatically donate $5 to the Yele Haiti Earthquake Fund (it will be charged to your cell phone bill). I chose this option and I hope you all will too.