Thursday, December 04, 2014

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in." - Michael Corleone, The Godfather Part III




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FYI, this project is on stand-by waiting for conversations and/or cash to support it. Please visit the website for more details.  Otherwise it's cool and I'll stay busy with other stuff. Thanks and good luck.

What You Want To Believe In Is... People!


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Thursday, November 13, 2014

More Dispatches from the Hallowed Book of Faces: Girls, Girls, Girls... Could Use Some Men?




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After a quick bite of my Yahoo NBA junk food, which completely distracts me from being able to interpret or understand anything, I got bored and checked the Yahoo Canada main page and quickly saw a couple of notable posts that I thought I'd share. One has Kim Kardashian attempting to "break the internet" with her oily-bare bottom, which is as impressive as ever, probably in part to some touch-up work, but also thanks to her own. I know why some people hate, but I'm not a fan of fake outrage or "making big things out of little things and little things out of big things" just to cause a fuss. Plus, I can relate to a girl making her lane in a world of vain and I certainly find her very attractive, so it's either ignorable or your time to spend or waste. Since the feminine form has been celebrated for years (and guys too) probably because it often puts us in a good mood, feel free to check out the racy pics if you haven't been notified yet --

https://ca.celebrity.yahoo.com/blogs/celeb-news/butt-why-kim-kardashian-bares-booty-on-racy-mag-cover-133108830.html

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Drunk Girl In Public (Social Experiment)



http://youtu.be/Yvq6pH5Rheg

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Another Yahoo Canada story that just caught my eye involves a video and article I haven't even watched or read yet. I just scanned it quickly and it caused a violent visceral reaction in principle. Feel free to check it out if you'd like since it's probably instructive. While I don't think seeing it will make any of us happier right away, trying to understand and deal with aspects of it on a personal or social level might, so it's a process of going from "negative" to "positive" as opposed to a temporal buzz-kill or buzz-chaser that - if we go through it - may ultimately feel more fulfilling. Who knows? I can't say for you, I can just say stuff you hear like everyone else does and you can say for you what makes you happy --

https://ca.shine.yahoo.com/how-men-react-to-a-drunk-girl-in-public-is-pretty-depressing-203448610.html

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Commeant:

I'm just contrasting this with own egos-maintaining experience walking home from some shindiggery around 1 am near King and Peter streets (by the Shoppers and SportsCentre building). I saw a young drunk cute white girl who seemed really out of it, so I asked her if she was okay. She said sort-of and seemed not, so I sat her down on the concrete bench'ish barriers on the south-west corner just south of King. I asked about her friends to call and got little back. Then as she was losing her balance she fell towards me, I placed her head on my right thigh (or lap'ish) and she sprawled out and lay on the bench'ish and passed out. So, I took off my black zip-up sweatshirt and put it over her as a blanket and she peacefully slept.

People and cops walked by to ask if she was okay and make sure I wasn't being a jerk - which I'm totally fine with - and I made sure I was in full-view of everyone to avoid any issues - and I answered I don't know but I think she just needs to sleep for a bit. About 45 minutes later she started stirring so I asked where she needed to go and she said she didn't know. So, I said I could leave or walk with her for a bit and drop her off at a Tim Horton's or something. She said fine and was now wearing my sweatshirt to keep warm. We quietly walked west on the south-side of King near Brassaii and she said she had to use the bathroom, so I argued with the bouncer to let her in just to do that and he did.

Then when she came back out things got weird as she tried to ignore me and steal my sweatshirt. I said I don't care about or want anything except for my sweatshirt back. When she resisted and tried to get some help to get me away, after being nice I lost it on her for a sec, quickly yelled what happened so everyone could hear and said all I want is my sweatshirt back - which obviously didn't match her outfit - and she finally and quickly gave it to me. Then I left. I wasn't mad though. I know what happens when the culture abuses you and you get paranoid even about people who are nice to you and are scared to be vulnerable with anyone for fear of getting hurt. I just felt bad for her since she could have said "Thanks I'm fine" and given me my sweatshirt and I would left anyway, but she probably didn't know that, or she was trying to jack me for my sweatshirt because it was cold or just because. It reminded me of a stray dog that bit me just enough to run away after being friendly and I petted it and it relaxed late at night on a bench on a beach at the Full Moon Rave in Thailand.

Or, comparing our two female cats, one a soft, brown, furry and feminine one who gracefully goofs around with me while keeping her pride; the other a sleek black rescue cat who'd clearly been abused who wouldn't come near me for months and now won't leave me alone and who can't decide between cranky and hanky-panky, but who loves the attention and petting until I move just a bit too much or fast and she takes off like a rocket. So, I get it. I just think we're all better off seeing less of it for our egos and happiness as opposed to more, or more pretty power-trips instead of petty power-trips, which may mean more of us demanding more chivalry, courtesty and respect all the way around for what we say and do where we live. That's all. I hope this wasn't too long, but it was what it was, is what it is, and could be what it could be. Out.

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Finally from Yahoo Canada, I just saw and quickly clicked on a happy story about smaller boobs. Why look at this stuff? Because I was raised in the same culture as everyone else and sex and violence stimulate the primal or "lizard" parts of my brain, so I'm just trying to figure out how we can use this fact and our constant bombardment by it to be more ego-fulfilling and make us all happier. Of course, I can see or hear other stuff, or pretty much anything really, like Johnny Cash telling me he shot a man in Reno just to watch him die and try to figure out what to say back if anything at all. So why this? Just for sh-ts and giggles, because ultimately, why else would anyone do anything else? -

https://ca.shine.yahoo.com/how-breast-reduction-surgery-dramatically-improved-one-woman-s-health-133755262.html

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Hello, my name is Vijay Sarma and as a man you can trust, it's always nice to meet you. At least on my end, so lots of people say hello and I'm always happy to exchange respect with men, women and children as long as we all relax. This can happen for nearly everyone creating constant feelings of micro-empowerment. From what I can tell, many people seem quietly frustrated and are missing and craving the respect we all want.

This little side-project is here in case people are interested. If not, don't worry about it. I think most of us want to believe in people acting nice even when many feel stressed. We can all communicate better with more chivalry, courtesy, confidence, grace and respect to relax and have fun, especially interacting a lot either well or poorly in a big city like Toronto. I can help, so if you want help, or want to help, please get in touch.

You can simply contact me at 647.781.1580 or vijay.sarma@gmail.com with questions or to discuss options. My idea is the City of Toronto is like one big house party where most people know each other, or know someone who knows someone there. This can build trust and encourage us to empower and look out for each other. Plus, it's easier to smile, network and have fun. What you want to believe in is people. And you can help. 

http://whatyouwanttobelievein.com/

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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Dispatches from the Hallowed Book of Faces: El Mini-Narrativo Potpourri Por Flavour! :P



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Just went to the National Women's Show on the weekend at the Metro Convention Centre and did a bunch of interviews and it was a lot of fun, the video is coming soon. Thanks to everyone who participated and who was just plain friendly, check out their site if you'd like --

http://www.nationalwomenshow.com/en/toronto/visitor/

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FYI, the Gentlemen's Expo event is coming up next weekend and I'm probably attending to do interviews there as well. Feel free to check out their site --

http://www.gentlemensexpo.com/

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BTW, as part of my pop-culture consumption I often watch Netflix with my roommate and we just saw the first three episodes of a new series called "Darknet" both shot and set in Toronto with familiar locations to downtowners like the CN Tower, King and Queen Streets and so on. It's basically 30 minutes with three short independent horror stories about people going crazy and killing themselves and others while others watch some of this on the "darknet", basically a snuff-film website with other disturbing videos that's really a thing as far as I've heard. While it's a bit uneven and not a finished product yet, as a homer I'm rooting for it and it's certainly interesting and insightful viewing while seeing Toronto on TV portrayed as Toronto is kind of neat. While not for the faint of heart, it's instructive and a good reminder to avoid going crazy or driving each other crazy which is fairly easy to do in big and crowded cities with people under pressure. Check out the series and site if you'd like --

http://darknetfiles.com/

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IMHO, as a man you can trust who's typically polite, busy, respectful, confident, chivalrous and courteous, lots of people in Toronto say hello and I also meet lots of people, including newbies in town who I feel for. Like the beautiful little German girl from Hamburg today who's been here 3 weeks, or the beautiful Dubai babe on the weekend who's been here a year. I feel for them coming from old world cultures and likely not yet used to our busy and narcissistic new world gender-neutralized (no disrespect to anybody relaxed about any lifestyle choice) and stressful culture with what appears to be an epidemic lack of respect that seems to be making people jittery. Plus, it sucks for us too. So, I'm inviting people who care about these issues to get in touch. If you don't, then don't worry about it. If you do, then don't worry about it, simply get in touch and we'll see what we can do. Since I can help I owe it to people to create these lines of communication and keep them open to those interested, especially since I think what we want to believe in is people being nice, at least in general. On that note, may I present a simple site with a simple plan to make simple plans --

http://whatyouwanttobelievein.com/

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Thursday, November 06, 2014

SCRAPS: New Fun, Dope, Inspirational and FREE Track by Femcee Extraordinaire Eternia! :)




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Hey Y'all,

I just got emailed and heard a great track by acclaimed Canadian femcee or female rapper Eternia. She's been killing it for years and while I've been a fan and knew her casually through hip hop circles and friends when she was in Toronto, she's now moved to New York and is better than ever.

I think she probably released this to help us feel great and it works, so feel free to check out the description and download below and enjoy more of her stuff too! :)

Peace,

BK

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SCRAPS by Eternia

00:00 / 04:03

I heard this beat playing while praying at City Lights in Toronto.

I wrote this entire song the same night, and recorded it the following afternoon.
that was a year ago.

The hook has been playing over and over in my mind lately, even though I haven't been listening to the song at all.

I thought I'd share it with y'all...
perhaps it will speak to you too.


credits

released 03 November 2014

Producer: Durazzo - "Dark Roast" from the album Cascades
Recording Engineer: Michael "DJ Merciless" Pompey
tags

all rights reserved

http://eternia.bandcamp.com/album/scraps

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Sunday, November 02, 2014

VIDEO: Black Krishna - Party In The Dot



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Black Krishna - Party In The Dot



http://youtu.be/IQ3cltnKp64

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The Pride Trilogy – Leak

- The Chixtape

- The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

- Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride


This project can help us beat our quiet frustration and feel and communicate better, relax, exchange more respect, have more fun and feel more masculine and feminine like many want to. I know it works from consistent reactions to performing it. This is a leak and not the finished mix. Enjoy the lyrics and content and get in touch.

Peace,

Black Krishna (BK)

Questions, Bookings, Collaborations:

647.781.1580 + blackkrishna@gmail.com

http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkrishna


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Album: Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride

Song 5: Party in The Dot

Artist: Black Krishna

Beat: "Freaky I'm Is" by Kevin McCall or K-Mac

Download: http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkrishna/song/21590422-party-in-the-dot


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Yeah...

Uh huh...

Like many artists...

Individuals, and creative thinkers...

I'm one of the people DJ'ing this party...

So, let's all get along, shall we?

Who's got security?

Who's got insecurity?

Who's got cool?

Who's got fun?

Well, we either have it, or we don't.

So, let's have it then...

Tell me, what you want?

What you, really-really want?

Don't know? Or won't say?

I'd better get, this one...

(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x2)

Shake, shake,
Shake that girl,

Shake, shake,
Shake that world,

From your shoulders,
"She's like the wind..."
Gettin' colder,
Try'n'a get bolder, wanna say I told her,

When boxers, got boulders,
You can do, anything,
When soldiers, are folders,
Ya stuck, missin' them,

Everybody, relax,
Don't, just wonder, when you can,
Who's the man?
With the master plan?

House party, everywhere,
Everywhere, you dare,
To look, and feel your best,
Okay, so there,

Sex, is the religion,
Of, the masses,

Science, is the religion,
Of, the upper classes,

Sex,
Takes, too much, time,

We're not all, fruit flies,
Dippin' noses, into wine,

Sexy,
Can take, all day,

Until, you high enough to fly...
Long as, you know the way...

(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x2)

Gay pride, straight pride,
Black pride, white pride,
Don't, make me wanna, hide,
When, you wanna say, hi,

Boy pride, girl pride,
Everybody, in the world, pride,
Don't, make me, wanna ride,
Then, make me, wanna hide,

Rape and kill,
White girls, on TV,
Chop 'em up, again,
Just, to say, it's kind of neat?

That's not, "just life", or "don't watch",
That's, some hardcore, mind-control,
To mitigate,
Or squash,

Intelligent men,
With, intelligent thoughts,
Smart enough, to play dumb,
When, she trades soft,

Smart enough, to have fun,
When, he wants, to pop-off,
To keep, from takin' it, straight,
Up the wazoo, gettin' soft,

Now, just a man,
Speakin' his mind,
Naw, not "just" a man, or stuck,
With a horse's behind,

Perhaps, you think, I'm a fool,
But, since ya thinkin',
Know, my balls,
Got, gravitational pull...

Oooohhh...

This what you want?

(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x4)

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Let's Connect:

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Old Mango Shakin': Jackin' CBC's Jianny G and What It Means for You and Me




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FYI, these were some pics I just found posted on Facebook recently that I thought were worth sharing. The African proverb is great and - as commenters commented - while an old woman dying is a loss too, truer wisdom may be recognizing mitigating factors while realizing men and women shouldn't always be socially set up to compete for credit in our common parlance and shouldn't try to tear each other down in the process.

The second quote's a bit confusing and can cut both ways, or people around you may have valuable advice that they're trying to help you with instead of just "Crabbuckit" (K-OS) crappity-crap, but it's also worth noting that sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. The third and fourth by Hemingway and Sharma are a lot of fun and worth remembering as we move forward to stay positive and engaged with our ambitions.

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On to Jianny Be Good. Or not. As many of us know the Jian Ghomeshi CBC scandal is a sexy one with sex and violence aplenty, or the chocolate and peanut butter of a good time for many of us in the media in general and especially those into BDSM and so on. My issue isn't with his guilt or innocence, though he always came off as a bit too slimy and smug for my taste. My issue is with the bigger picture and what it says about where we are, especially since the conversation is out there for most of us to have.  

While no freedom today is sold as more important than our sexual freedom, possibly thanks to the people in charge who want us fucking stupid, like nearly everything we're heavily sold it comes at a price. The macro is this: men and women are being dehumanized into having less respect for each other. So, under the guise of having "fun" and "sexual freedom", this is being normalized in the bedroom. It's not just about "whose" normal, but "why?" is this more and more normal for more and more people. 

As we know, sexual control typically slides back and forth and often for the fun of it. I recall having a tremendous time with a 5-foot tall 95 lb gorgeous lil' ex-girlfriend of mine when I let her pin my arms to the bed despite being able to pick her up easily with one arm. The idea of "abusing" her never entered my mind, nor abusing me hers, with a little hanky-panky spanky notwithstanding. We knew I was a big strong man and she a beautiful little girl and had fun with it while goofing around and reinforcing feelings of respect, safety and specialness we shared. That doesn't mean that in the rest of our lives she wasn't a brilliant and successful hot yuppie chick. It just means that as men and women in intimate situations we acted like it as best we could.

However, there's cultural resentment building up in general, especially with the ostensible "Battle" of the sexes. While this has been going on for 100 years, the good news is it can be fixed if we want. But first:   

Many men are saying less about less than ever, as is in style in our increasingly infantilized and "keep it happy" culture. Plus, many are often less able to with more and more women getting them in trouble for it being the "right" or "wrong" thing to say as decades of media and other social engineering reinforce. So, many men are getting feminized against their will unlike those with a goal and plan to dress or act graceful and feminine and are quietly and aggressively competing with many of the women and girls they're supposed to be protecting and flirting with while ruining the femininity they both increasingly crave. There's also naturally a desire for men to loudly lash back with other men, or quietly by watching dehumanizing porn where beautiful women are forced to do the ugliest things, or reality TV with the same, or having this play out in formal or casual sexual relationships. It goes on and on and on and gets more twisted as we get off on it too.

Many women are conversely and perversely pissed off and confused as well, with less chivalry and courtesy in general and specific examples to illustrate why they would be. More women who feel a general sense of being threatened by men, or abandonment and resentment, also want to generally lash back by perpetuating verbal or physical domination, or quiet, frustrated and often ball-withering harassment which destroys trust, respect and relationships. In fact, both men and women are getting quietly frustrated and doing weird stuff to each other which appears to be perversion of female body language used to compensate for difficulties communicating. Since men are usually bigger, stronger and faster, they're better at jackin' people while moving or walking, while women are usually smaller but better at multitasking, so they're better at jackin' people while sitting. While we're all becoming "the same" instead of "different in complementary ways" and "equal under the law", more women historically and even today have a harder time being able to think as differently or challenge big ideas while having it be accepted by their peers since that hasn't been their historical role, so they're more likely to go along with what they're sold and stifle alternate opinions. This isn't something they're deliberately engineering, but rather passively participating in since it's imperfectly normal. 

To wit:

As men and women respect each other less, we get off on shutting each other up and dehumanizing each other more. It's not just be an organic preference based on individually developed unique tastes and desires to be "edgy". It's more more and more normal to sexually and generally disrespect each other and perpetuate the cycle. This can be fixed by improving how we relate and communicate and as someone who speaks on these issues I know it works as people generally stop freaking out, calm down and think about it. While many have more than me, I've got what we want that we're losing and can help you if you want me to.

To wittier:

Instead of succumbing to this cultural conundrum and losing our balls and minds, or eggs and minds, we can simply relax and discuss what makes us happier, or how we would treat people who we'd be happier with.

Caveat Emperor:

Of course, I don't want to upset any sex freaks out there who truly enjoy BDSM activities on a basic level and who think I'm being a "sexist", or whatever the discriminatory term against sexual fetishes is. Or, to quote Lady Gaga, to insult people who who were "Born This Way", or who maybe just got into it as part of their happy and consensual relationships. However, based on our cultural history, this really shouldn't be that many people as a percentage of the total population. So, when you can guesstimate a spike in this interest and behaviour from a handful of people being into this to an overwhelming amount in a short time, you can see the likely hallmarks of social engineering. Or, a broader promotion of these lifestyle choices from "50 Shades of Grey" and more. This is not to say sexual fetishes shouldn't be feted by those who are into them, plus it's probably impossible to stop at this point based on how seriously people take sex and little else as part of our modern cultural indoctrination. But, rather that sexual interest and desire which in the past has often been about celebrating how much people care about each other, value their connection and can do for each other should probably not make a wholesale switch to seeing how much you can get away with or make the other person take for fun. There's obviously more of that today, but for most it probably doesn't make them any happier to take their anger out on people they're sharing an intimate relationship with no matter how long or short. I'm not some bleeding-heart utopian, but I can calculate what people might like relative to what they're supposed to based on the fact that I can challenge new normals better than most after having done so for years. I'm even better in conversation where I can handle questions, objections and how people want things said to them better than just coldly laying out the the facts and analysis in ways fewer can easily handle. 

More to cap this off in a sec, but first here's a neat take on Jianny G's calculated response to his scandal:

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The real reasons Jian Ghomeshi is suing the CBC

Howard Levitt | October 28, 2014 | Financial Post


Since Jian Ghomeshi’s strategy must have far more to do with his reputation and re-employability than any potential reinstatement (he won’t be), his interest lies in doing his best to ensure both that his narrative prevails and that those with a different tale to tell are silenced. This multi-million action, however frivolous legally, might just accomplish both.

“Curiouser and Curiouser,” Alice exclaimed, in her plea from Wonderland — which pretty much describes the ever-evolving perambulations in former radio host Jian Ghomeshi’s fight against his  firing from the CBC. Ghomeshi has no right to sue his former employer, and yet here he is proceeding with filing his $55-million lawsuit. It looks bizarre until you realize that what the lawsuit is really about isn’t winning in court: It’s about Ghomeshi being able to say whatever he wants in legal documents with total protection from being sued for libel himself, while intimidating women from going public with allegations of assault at Ghomeshi’s hands.

What we know is that Ghomeshi has filed a lawsuit despite the fact that, as a unionized employee, he has no recourse to sue — and that he and his lawyers must know that. Ostensibly curious indeed!

We can also safely assume that the CBC would never have taken lightly the prospect of firing one of its biggest stars. The corporation had to have concluded that the damage from keeping Ghomeshi would be greater than the opprobrium it would get from firing him.

We can also assume that Ghomeshi would not have posted his very personal account of his sexual eccentricities on Facebook, only increasing that story’s traction. Not unless he knew that a far more powerful attack, and bigger story, was otherwise inevitable, and hoped to quickly clip its wings.

(Continued at...)

http://business.financialpost.com/2014/10/28/jian-ghomseshi-lawsuit-cbc/

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So, it appears good old Jianny G, now formerly of the CBC, has a fiendish plan to spin this latest disturbing discourse in his favour. Perhaps it will work. Perhaps not. More importantly, the bottom line is what learning about this scandal can mean for us including giving us a common media-sanctioned topic to discuss in depth.

As long as we don't just repeat what we're supposed to say from the typical and often boring binary options we're given by our media, this scandal can give us a platform to look at how men and women relate sexually and otherwise today with fresh eyes. This may involve some individual critical thinking, as above and so below. 

To help you achieve this, feel free to repeat and enjoy the talking points contained herein, plus of course to add your own since relationships are a topic we can all relate to from our own experiences. You're welcome. On that note, keep in mind that I'm just a polite old man, don't worry about what I'll do, just respect what I can.

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Black Krishna - No Country For Old Men



http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkrishna/song/21590457-no-country-for-old-men

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The Pride Trilogy – Leak

- The Chixtape

- The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

- Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride


This project can help us beat our quiet frustration and feel and communicate better, relax, exchange more respect, have more fun and feel more masculine and feminine like many want to. I know it works from consistent reactions to performing it. This is a leak and not the finished mix. Enjoy the lyrics and content and get in touch.

Peace,

Black Krishna (BK)

Questions, Bookings, Collaborations:

647.781.1580 + blackkrishna@gmail.com

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Album: Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride

Song 4: No Country For Old Men

Artist: Black Krishna

Beat: "Have It" by Kevin McCall or K-Mac

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This, is your emergency broadscast system...

Introducing... your option.

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

I'm, "just" a man?
Ha! Then you're, "just" a woman!
Oops, now you're all mad,
Wanna call the cops? Or start suin'?

Good luck,
Gettin' raped, by the red-tape,
Another victim, of the system,
'Til, we set it straight,

Next in line,
After the cops, of course,
No guns, involved,
I'll, at least, discourse,

Ain't feelin', divorce,
For, my socks on the floor,
I just, got home,
From bein', a workin' whore...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

A, hundred years,
Of social engineerin', don't bug me,
Still get, thug-love,
And, it's good, to be busy,

Not, a slave-plantation,
Where, the chicks, in charge,
Of takin', the biggest, black guys,
And, makin' 'em feel, less large,

I'm servin' up,
Sigh-laugh, chick-cocktails,
Get smashed, off the laughs,
Get to work, outta jail,

They start, throwin' punches?
Wrap 'em, in a bear-hug,
And, once they calm down,
Make, sweet-sweet love...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

Ain't all, about you,
Girl, you wouldn't respect, that,
Cut each other, up at parties?
Break, and say "you're perfect" trap?

I, don't, blame, you,
For, what, do you know?
Maybe, what you're s'posed to,
Now, how 'bout you, bro?

These, cute, little creatures,
Gotta plan, plot and scheme,
Big scary ones, lose it,
Nightmare's, not a dream,

I'll trade, soft-sides,
'Cause, my hard one'll kill ya,
Or, chill ya,
Good thing, we like ya, now will ya?

Relax,
Like, we and you, want to,
Wanna do, what I gotta do,
To make sure, you can to,

So, feel, how it sound,
When, they play, "Jump Around"
And, balls, hit the ground,
Gine'y (heiny) tingle, at the sound...

Yeah...

I know you grandma's askin' teenage girls for advice on what yoga pants make your ass look great. The answer is none and you all lie to each other. So, we'll have fun, but we're not being run into the ground by a bunch of teenage girls...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

Yeah...

Here endeth the lesson...

Now...

Feel free to relax and get back to work...

You know who I'm talkin' to...

Women takin' on more and men less stress than they need...

Now, I'm generalizing, but I love that word, "Generalizing"...

"I'm Generalizing"... so we generally know what works.

You can differ and do what you want...

But, if you're not happy, don't forget how to be.

Love, ya boyfriend.

Nah, ya manfriend!

Yeah!

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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

This Is a Bro Down! (Sis Too.) NOW: "John Tory vows to... create One Toronto!"




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Well, the election is over and it seems like the good people of Toronto are in good hands. Or, at least open arms when it comes to helping develop ideas and policies. That's good news. Here's a bit of a take on it:

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John Tory vows to work with former rivals to create "one Toronto"

In post-election speech, mayor-elect says he wants "all hands on deck to build up the city"

By Ben Spurr | NOW Magazine | October 28, 2014


The day after his election win, mayor-elect John Tory stood outside City Hall on Tuesday and said he is willing to work with anyone to heal the city's political divisions and create "one Toronto," including his former rivals and outgoing Mayor Rob Ford.

In a lengthy and relaxed press conference that contrasted with the combative approach to the media taken by Mayor Ford, Tory, who beat out Doug Ford and Olivia Chow by taking 40 per cent of the vote in Monday night's contest, said he would leave the door open to all of his former competitors if they wanted to make "a continuing contribution" to the city.

"I've said it publicly and I've said it privately to David Soknacki, Karen Stintz, Ari Goldkind, Olivia Chow and Doug Ford," said Tory, as a light rain fell outside City Hall. "I want all hands on deck to build up the city and I don't think anybody's point of view, anybody's background, anybody's history is going to be a bar to that in my books."

Tory's appeal to cooperation continued the key theme of his winning campaign, in which he promised to unite the city after four years of polarizing rule under Mayor Ford. The deep rifts in Toronto's political landscape were still evident Monday's vote; while Tory won by more than six points, Doug Ford dominated suburban wards in Etobicoke, Scarborough, and parts of North York.

(Continued at...)

http://www.nowtoronto.com/news/story.cfm?content=200219

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There's something to be said for a sweeping populist and their generalizations, especially if what's said is said back. This isn't to trouble the current administration during their transition, but rather to inform it. In fact, his transition team has also apparently recently been named, so let's see if we transition towards more openness and involvement. A few years ago, when running I was advocating a few things like most people (or adults) spending a few minutes to an hour a week helping to inform and influence City decisions. Perhaps a few in each riding can dedicate a few hours on a volunteer or paid basis to follow the issues at City Hall closer and summarize them into key points to learn more about or base decisions on and deliver them to riding members by flyer, mail and email each week. If there are any issues people can discuss them and request changes.

That's one idea among others. I'll get to another more rhythmically after a bit on the team around Tory: 

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Mayor-elect John Tory picks transition team, calls on help of Olivia Chow, David Soknacki

Tory is seeking advisors and promising to open city hall to input from former rivals if they’d like to play a role.

Jennifer Pagliaro City Hall reporter | Toronto Star | Oct 28, 2014

On his first day as mayor-elect, John Tory named his 29-person transition team and began selecting his staff at city hall.


In the wake of his victory over Doug Ford and Olivia Chow, Tory is now calling on his political rivals to join him at city hall when he takes the chair in December.

The new transition team will include former journalist-turned communications expert Christopher Eby, who becomes Tory’s chief of staff.

Vic Gupta, a onetime provincial Progressive Conservative candidate in Richmond Hill, becomes Tory’s principal secretary. Gupta was the executive assistant to councillor Rob Davis from 1997 until 1999. He was also the deputy campaign manager for Tory’s 2003 mayoral bid.

Both Gupta and Eby formerly worked at Sussex Strategy Group in Toronto.

The transition team and advisory council will both be led by former deputy mayor Case Ootes, who also helmed Rob Ford’s transition team in 2010.

The team includes campaign strategist Nick Kouvalis, mayoral candidate David Soknacki and former city bureaucrats, along with several non-profit, business and academic leaders.


Over the next month, Tory will pick others to fill out his office staff, including a communications director. Amanda Galbraith, the chief spokesperson for Tory’s campaign, is being considered for the role.

Tory’s first day as mayor-elect started at 5 a.m. Tuesday, when he began making the interview circuit on radio and TV. He told Ryan Doyle, the host of his former show The Live Drive on Newstalk 1010, that he would strive to not act like an “ass” on council.

Tory’s team, meanwhile, set up inside a 15th floor office at city hall — what will be transition headquarters for the next month before he moves down to the second-floor office of the mayor.


If the invitations are accepted, Tory’s team at city hall could soon include those who once ran against him.

(Continued at...)

http://www.thestar.com/news/city_hall/toronto2014election/2014/10/28/mayorelect_john_tory_wants_opponents_olivia_chow_david_soknacki_on_his_team.html

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Awesome, sounds like fun and frankly I think the right guy won after the general divisiveness of the Ford era. However, just being able to intelligently repeat and agree with prevailing wisdom ain't enough for me to truly express how I feel though. I've still got a bit of an agenda to share with the City and people in some fashion that I think can help most of us communicate, feel and get along better and relax. Call it a matter of public safety, security, health, economic viability and happiness. Check it out and we'll figure out the details to do it.

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The Pride Trilogy – Leak

- The Chixtape

- The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

- Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride

This project can help us beat our quiet frustration and feel and communicate better, relax, exchange more respect, have more fun and feel more masculine and feminine like many want to. I know it works from consistent reactions to performing it. This is a leak and not the finished mix. Enjoy the lyrics and content and get in touch.

Peace,

Black Krishna (BK)

Questions, Bookings, Collaborations:

647.781.1580 + blackkrishna@gmail.com


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Album: The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

Song 7: Bro Down

Artist: Black Krishna

Beat: "Rise to Fame" by Amun Rah

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(Chorus)

This is a bro down...

"It's goin' down!"

(x8)

Aw yeah...

Ain't life great?

Woke up this morning the most powerful creature on earth...

Just keepin' busy...

Or finding someone, or something, to keep me in a good mood...

That's all...

See, men are simple...

It's nice, but we don't need no Dolce Gabanna, Prada, Mombasa, kielbassa, micasa sucasa, momma-say, momma-sah, mama cu-sa and all that crap...

Just four simple things really...

Generous servings, or heaping helpings, or copious quantities, or massive amounts, of money, power, p-ssy and respect...

That's all...

Simple blokes...

It was all, a dream,
Used to read, murda in magazines,
Wanna bang Salt'n'Pepa,
With Heavy D, up in a limousine,

Hangin' pictures on my wall,
Every Saturday, mack-attack,
Chasin' chickas,
Callin' balls!

(Chorus)

This is a bro down...

"It's goin' down!"

(x4)

In the same game, mane,
With, a new name, fame,
Means, fail at being normal,
Or, win a different killa, dame,

Feel a man, who feel a damn,
Thang, let ya chain hang,
Nuts bang, guts slang,
Hut one, hike -

"Man-go, with the flow!"
Like, salmon smashin' rocks?
Like ya future, full of shooters?
Thanks to clocks, and some stocks?

As we fall apart, know the darts,
From dark arts, spark hearts,
Beatin' fast,
Like they' tryin' out, for "Walking Dead" parts,

Saying less, stress, yes,
Every little thing, a mess,
Test, bless, confess: why blame?
Unless you blame your best?

Birds and bees, dumb-stingin',
In a hor-net's nest,
Where nothin', means somethin',
And somethin', means less?

Got .22's, .38's, .44's and .50 cal's,
Every man armed,
With a pen,
And a speed-dial,

Plus-plus, bust-bust, if we gotta,
That's a punch-punch,
For lunch-lunch,
Or, nut-a-butta,

Baby, can't enslave me,
When I gotta, pave the way for thee,
Cat-walkin', 'til a dog, stops barkin',
Breathin' easily...

(Chorus)

This is a bro down...

"It's going down!"

(x2)

Movin' like 'Pac, man,
Or, Pacman,
Findin' Ms. PacMan,
Tradin', tap-dance, for lap-dance,

Fat chance, these days,
Gender-bent, hermaphro-slaves,
Desperate for looks?
Doesn't, look good, it seems,

Mean? Maybe, or maybe not,
Depends on good,
Too good for, or not good enough,
At what you got,

Respect: No?
No problem, just, no solution,
In times of revolution,
Keep ya eyes closed, to mental pollution,

She in, and outta trouble,
With who? Men, stay alive,
Talk troops'n'tribe,
'Til everybody vibe,

Will, feeds chill,
'Til, everybody ride,
Slack-jawed shorties,
Be, everybody' bride,

Break 'em out, let 'em shine,
See, everybody hide,
And seek later, speak greater
For everybody' pride,

More power, o' more power,
See, everybody right,
Who, really wanna fight?
When you know, how to fight?

(Chorus)

This is a bro down...

"It's going down!"

(x4)

Back to walkin', and talkin', tall,
Chalkin', who hawkin' balls,
Mockin', the clockin', cluckin',
And stalkin', through malls,

Keep an eye on them girls,
Jus', don't make it all mushy,
Scar-learned, pickin' on chicks,
Makes you a wussy,

Can't do anything, a man do,
And, even if you can,
Don't make you feel, like a woman,
So, what we gon' do?

Stay biz, then chillaxed,
By a chick, with no pick-axe, to grind,
Swapped attitude, for pride,
So, we jacked,

Off, man-charge, and chickstasy,
'Til, we utter butter,
Tradin' up respect,
Or, perverted moshin', in the gutter,

From personal, to social,
Cultural, political,
Staircase, to hell-razin',
Heaven, for the critical,

Enough ammo,
To feed a nation,

Relax and celebrate,
We beat social constipation...

Relax and celebrate,
We beat social constipation...

(Chorus)

This is a bro down...

"It's going down!"

(x4)

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http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkrishna/song/21591731-bro-down

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Monday, October 27, 2014

Vigilant Citizen: Sex, Death, Fashion, TV and the Answer is... Party In The Dot!



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FYI, I just saw some new crazy pics on the great pop-culture deconstruction site Vigilant Citizen that - if you're not already familiar - will blow your mind. No really. (See: above.) While we may casually absorb bits'n'bytes of this crap all the time, the best of the worst is often pretty nuts.

In fact, they do this every month and it's always worth a see with a fairly quick dozen pics or so.

While you may not always agree with the analysis or conclusions - and who does with anybody's - when they (? we?) say a picture is worth a thousand words you can see the ones found here can certainly spark great conversations with parallel pop-culture reference points familiar to most.

Before I drop my own thousand words, here's the link. I suggest checking the article and comments:

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Symbolic Pics of the Month 11/14

Oct 22nd, 2014 | Category: Featured, Pics of the Month | 211 Comments

In this edition of SPOTM: Gwen Stefani, Cheryl Cole and Charli XCX proving you that the one-eye sign rules the entertainment industry. And, as usual, proof that the fashion world is simply sick.

http://vigilantcitizen.com/pics-of-the-month/symbolic-pics-month-1114/





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Now, after you may have mainlined that main course, on to my dessertation.

Over the last 10 years or so of looking into how the world works and what we can do to make it work better, including our political, cultural and social systems, stuff and us, I haven't owned or watched a TV very often. I'm not completely remiss in consuming it with roommates, family, friends and so on, plus I can find lots of TV and more parallel distractions on the innernets. But, regular and scheduled television viewing habits on certain days and even the new po-mo on-deman flexibility of Netflix have mostly eluded me and still do.

What might that mean except I'm a weirdo who's wasting time not watching TV?

Well, it means I'm not as used to the changes in what's on TV as many people. Or, the progressive - or maybe regressive - and normalized dehumanization that's now such a huge part of what we watch daily which - depending on what you think - or (maybe) are able to - may be affecting many of us adversely. I've seen more recently as I try to catch up and I'm shocked - sort of - since I'm not easily shocked on a personal level - but I'm shocked at how much horrible stuff we see that's somehow not that horrible.

Or, perhaps it is and we're not supposed to see it that way. Or we are. Or... who knows?

Nobody. But, we're all educated to some degree on pop-culture, so the point is - relating to the Vigilant Citizen article - that show after show of psychopath training videos - or how to obsess over, fear, accept or get away with it as shows like CSI: Las Vegas, New York, Miami, Albuquerque, Nunavut, Ogallala and whatever - plus many, many, many, many other similar ones - may be affecting our sanity and morality. I know, I know, it's just a TV show. But, if it's "just a", can people discuss this or are they averse to?

This has always been a fascinating metric to me. Or: can we discuss this? And: if not then why not?

"Anyway", as the "Men In Black" movie-style mind-wipe turn of phrase goes, or "relax and resigned and don't worry and forget about it" type feeling that word now inspires, this isn't really a challenge one has to take on wholehearted or whole-balledly (or eggsily) right away. Plus, there's no "guilt" involved unless one has the forethought to specifically consume stuff like this to become a psychopath or accept psychopathy. As we adults generally get more culturally infantilized or childlike we need more "approval", so there we go.

It's true or true-ish anyway, from "Forever 21" retail to grown men playing with toys they liked as kids. Plus. 

However, as I just said to a buddy when discussing the G20 Martial Law fiasco in Toronto in 2010, we can simply make a pissed-off peace with this stuff. We can even see great actors and shows trapped in the unfortunate position of having unintended consequences we want to guard against if we'd like. We can even be fine with lots of people watching it. The one thing that we ought not do is shy away from discussing the potential impact of media on our old and young and impressionable minds. Not a new thought. Just a good one.  

On that note, I write music to clarify stuff quickly, plus have fun etc., so feel free to check out this answer.

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The Pride Trilogy – Leak

The Chixtape

The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride


This project can help us beat our quiet frustration and feel and communicate better, relax, exchange more respect, have more fun and feel more masculine and feminine like many want to. I know it works from consistent reactions to performing it. This is a leak and not the finished mix. Enjoy the lyrics and content and get in touch.

Peace,

Black Krishna (BK)

Questions, Bookings, Collaborations:

647.781.1580 + blackkrishna@gmail.com

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Album: Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride

Song 5: Party in The Dot

Artist: Black Krishna

Beat: "Freaky I'm Is" by Kevin McCall or K-Mac


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Yeah...

Uh huh...

Like many artists...

Individuals, and creative thinkers...

I'm one of the people DJ'ing this party...

So, let's all get along, shall we?

Who's got security?

Who's got insecurity?

Who's got cool?

Who's got fun?

Well, we either have it, or we don't.

So, let's have it then...

Tell me, what you want?

What you, really-really want?

Don't know? Or won't say?

I'd better get, this one...

(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x2)

Shake, shake,
Shake that girl,

Shake, shake,
Shake that world,

From your shoulders,
"She's like the wind..."
Gettin' colder,
Try'n'a get bolder, wanna say I told her,

When boxers, got boulders,
You can do, anything,
When soldiers, are folders,
Ya stuck, missin' them,

Everybody, relax,
Don't, just wonder, when you can,
Who's the man?
With the master plan?

House party, everywhere,
Everywhere, you dare,
To look, and feel your best,
Okay, so there,

Sex, is the religion,
Of, the masses,

Science, is the religion,
Of, the upper classes,

Sex,
Takes, too much, time,

We're not all, fruit flies,
Dippin' noses, into wine,

Sexy,
Can take, all day,

Until, you high enough to fly...
Long as, you know the way...

(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x2)

Gay pride, straight pride,
Black pride, white pride,
Don't, make me wanna, hide,
When, you wanna say, hi,

Boy pride, girl pride,
Everybody, in the world, pride,
Don't, make me, wanna ride,
Then, make me, wanna hide,


Rape and kill,
White girls, on TV,
Chop 'em up, again,
Just, to say, it's kind of neat?

That's not, "just life", or "don't watch",
That's, some hardcore, mind-control,
To mitigate,
Or squash,

Intelligent men,
With, intelligent thoughts,
Smart enough, to play dumb,
When, she trades soft,

Smart enough, to have fun,
When, he wants, to pop-off,
To keep, from takin' it, straight,
Up the wazoo, gettin' soft,

Now, just a man,
Speakin' his mind,
Naw, not "just" a man, or stuck,
With a horse's behind,

Perhaps, you think, I'm a fool,
But, since ya thinkin',
Know, my balls,
Got, gravitational pull...

Oooohhh...

This what you want?


(Chorus)

Party in The Dot,
And, it's gettin' kind of hot,
Party in The Dot,
Party in The Dot,

When these, bars talk,
They create, the bar-talk,
Of the future, full of shooters,
Jell-O shots, and some Glocks...

(x4)

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The McConnaissance: Matthew McConaughey is a Frikkin' Genial Genius!



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Matthew McConaughey winning Best Actor



http://youtu.be/wD2cVhC-63I

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FYI, Matthew Frikkin' McConaughey is a frikkin' genial genius. I absolutely loved this interview from GQ and word-for-word he seems about as cool and centred and badass as a man can get. I've got a few highlights below and a link to the article which as you can tell I strongly recommend you enjoy and share.

Feel free to enjoy the McConnaissance, if we're lucky we're living in it! :)

Just keep livin...

BK

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Just Keep McConaugheying

You know what we love about Matthew McConaughey? We keep getting older, and he just stays the same age (at least in spirit) even as he glides with Woodersonian ease into act three of a career that somehow feels like it's just getting started

November 2014 | By Brett Martin for GQ

... And you've never felt the need to pretend you weren't having a good time?

Fuck no. Fuck that. I'm not going to apologize for enjoying what I do.

Since you bring it up, is there work in the romantic comedies that you're proud of?

Absolutely. These things aren't easy. What's hard is to make them look easy. Those kinds of movies are what they are. They get pooh-poohed by critics. They get pooh-poohed by actors themselves. And in a way I get it, but in other ways it's completely unfair. There's a buoyancy you need to make them work. I believe I gave them buoyancy. And some of the shoots were very difficult, with me trying to fight for the balls on the guy.

What do you mean?

What's a romantic comedy? Boy meets girl. They get together. Something happens. Girl takes off. Boy chases girl. They get back together. The end. A lot of times the male is somewhat emasculated, meaning he has to crawl back and say, "I'm nothing without you. If you don't take me back, I'm nothing." And I was always like, "What girl wants that guy?" I've got no problem saying, "I'm sorry. You want to give this another shot?" But I've got to come back with some integrity—even if it's on a moped with a veil on my head. Look, I'm happy if you think I "cruised through" those. I did my work. ...

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... What do you mean by "secret weapon"?

Never is a man more of a man than when he is the father of a newborn. Whatever decisions you make in the first six months of becoming a father, double down on them. I mean, you're meeting the Courier. You're meeting the Shepherd, the Future Prince. You immediately have something you don't have to think about. You know what's important. Bam! And the clarity of that is like, "Whew." I definitely got more selfish. And at the same time, I think I got more compassionate, which don't always go together, you know?

Were you scared of becoming a father?

It's the one thing I've always wanted to be. I knew when I was 8 years old. I mean, I wanted to be things like the Washington Redskins running back and all that stuff, but the one thing I knew I wanted to be was a father. I understood that was why my dad was making me say "Yes, sir" and "Yes, ma'am" to elders. You know, "I'm not on par with the adults yet. There's places to go."

Do your kids say sir and ma'am?

Yeah. We just like it. We like the Mr. and Mrs. and the please and thank you's. We take a version of that southern thing.

See the full article at...

http://www.gq.com/entertainment/celebrities/201411/matthew-mcconaughey-career?intcid=mostpopular

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Black Krishna - No Country For Old Men



http://www.reverbnation.com/blackkrishna/song/21590457-no-country-for-old-men


The Pride Trilogy – Leak

The Chixtape

The Blocktrade Project or How We Learned To Relax and Beat Social Constipation

Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride


This project can help us beat our quiet frustration and feel and communicate better, relax, exchange more respect, have more fun and feel more masculine and feminine like many want to. I know it works from consistent reactions to performing it. This is a leak and not the finished mix. Enjoy the lyrics and content and get in touch.

Peace,

Black Krishna (BK)

Questions, Bookings, Collaborations:

647.781.1580 + blackkrishna@gmail.com

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Album: Street Fame: Your Ticket To Ride

Song 4: No Country For Old Men

Artist: Black Krishna

Beat: "Have It" by Kevin McCall or K-Mac

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This, is your emergency broadscast system...

Introducing... your option.

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

I'm, "just" a man?
Ha! Then you're, "just" a woman!
Oops, now you're all mad,
Wanna call the cops? Or start suin'?

Good luck,
Gettin' raped, by the red-tape,
Another victim, of the system,
'Til, we set it straight,

Next in line,
After the cops, of course,
No guns, involved,
I'll, at least, discourse,

Ain't feelin', divorce,
For, my socks on the floor,
I just, got home,
From bein', a workin' whore...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

A, hundred years,
Of social engineerin', don't bug me,
Still get, thug-love,
And, it's good, to be busy,

Not, a slave-plantation,
Where, the chicks, in charge,
Of takin', the biggest, black guys,
And, makin' 'em feel, less large,

I'm servin' up,
Sigh-laugh, chick-cocktails,
Get smashed, off the laughs,
Get to work, outta jail,

They start, throwin' punches?
Wrap 'em, in a bear-hug,
And, once they calm down,
Make, sweet-sweet love...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

Ain't all, about you,
Girl, you wouldn't respect, that,
Cut each other, up at parties?
Break, and say "your perfect" trap?

I, don't, blame, you,
For, what, do you know?
Maybe, what you're s'posed to,
Now, how 'bout you, bro?

These, cute, little creatures,
Gotta plan, plot and scheme,
Big scary ones, lose it,
Nightmare's, not a dream,

I'll trade, soft-sides,
'Cause, my hard one'll kill ya,
Or, chill ya,
Good thing, we like ya, now will ya?

Relax,
Like, we and you, want to,
Wanna do, what I gotta do,
To make sure, you can to,

So, feel, how it sound,
When, they play, "Jump Around"
And, balls, hit the ground,
Gine'y (heiny) tingle, at the sound...

Yeah...

I know you grandma's askin' teenage girls for advice on what yoga pants make your ass look great. The answer is none and you all lie to each other. So, we'll have fun, but we're not being run into the ground by a bunch of teenage girls...

(Chorus)

No country, for old men?
We can still, take it back!
No country, for old men?
Still, got a sack!

Don't worry, 'bout what I'll do,
Respect, what I can,
No country, for old men?
Who can stop us, man?

(x2)

Yeah...

Here endeth the lesson...

Now...

Feel free to relax and get back to work...

You know who I'm talkin' to...

Women takin' on more and men less stress than they need...

Now, I'm generalizing, but I love that word, "Generalizing"...

"I'm Generalizing"... so we generally know what works.

You can differ and do what you want...

But, if you're not happy, don't forget how to be.

Love, ya boyfriend.

Nah, ya manfriend!

Yeah!

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

NBA Ref vs. Lebron James: El Coincindento Accidente or El Zombie Oopsie?




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There's personally and professionally being able to both walk and run around other people. 

Then there's possible zombie oopsie infatuation, or likely plausibly deniable creepy sketchy crap. 

It seems possible as the article ends and something certainly threw him off his game for a little bit. 

Who knows? Nobody. Who can think? Everybody. So? Moving on then. Just relax and enjoy people.

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Mavericks down LeBron, Cavaliers 108-102

AP - Sports
Mavericks down LeBron, Cavaliers 108-102
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Cavaliers coach David Blatt figured the best way to handle his first loss was with a joke.

''Well,'' he said. ''I guess we're not going 90-0 this year.''

No, the Cavs are far from perfect - and far from a finished product.

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Cleveland's defense tightened in the second quarter, and although James didn't score, he had an impact at both ends and the Cavs outscored the Mavericks 29-19 to pull to 56-55 at halftime.

James wasn't in the offensive flow early on and that was partially his own doing and partly because of referee Derek Richardson.

On a fastbreak, James was running the right wing when he bumped into Richardson and fell near Cleveland's bench. A few minutes later, James was again racing up court when he was slowed by Richardson, who was out in front of him and didn't get out of the superstar's way quick enough.

Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel sat courtside and his teammates Joe Haden and Jordan Cameron were also in attendance.


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James wasn't in the offensive flow early on and that was partially his own doing and partly because of referee Derek Richardson.

On a fastbreak, James was running the right wing when he bumped into Richardson and fell near Cleveland's bench. A few minutes later, James was again racing up court when he was slowed by Richardson, who was out in front of him and didn't get out of the superstar's way quick enough.

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BTW, if you don't have time for the whole series, some of these well-edited summaries are really good. 

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The Walking Dead Season THREE Recap

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