Monday, December 30, 2013
So I got to shoot a new music video while visiting Brawley for Christmas. The homie Abel and I did it pretty quickly because it was FREEZING out! Maybe its because I chose to not have my sweater on haha. Any way I hope you enjoy it, its titled "Fish Out Of Water" and its off my upcoming 21 Grams project.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
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I saw this picture a while back, which inspired me to eat one avocado a day. It's kinda crazy because it seems as if I don't find my way to one, one finds its way to me. With that being said I'm gonna continue this because, well why not?
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
I was put on to Snap Judgment a while back, its a well produced story telling channel on sound cloud. I was so impressed with the first episode I heard that I've been an avid listener since. If your interested here is their newest episode "Saved".
Sunday, June 2, 2013
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Friday, April 5, 2013
Well, this is Ray J's cover artwork for his new single "I Hit It First," which seems to be about his ex-girlfriend KIM KARDASHIAN who is the ex-girlfriend of NFL baller Reggie Bush,soon-to-be ex-wife of NBA player Kris Humphries, and now Kanye West's baby mama to-be.
Guess Ray J wants to make it clear that he was the first to discover KiKi's precious Armenian cakes before anyone else in his new song "I Hit It First."
Copying Kanye West's blurred artwork on My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,Ray J did the same with an image of a bikini-clad Kim Kardashian.
The lyrics of "I Hit It First" are rumored to go a little something like this:
Ray J just doesn't quit does he?
We're wondering how Kim's going to take RAY J'S LATEST JAB, but we guess she has better things to worry about, like HER UNBORN CHILD or making fashion's "worst dressed" list.
The song is set to drop April 9.
What are your thoughts on Ray J's new cover art?
Hilarious or petty?
Share your thoughts below!
And some bonus photos/food for thought...
"Hit it from north,brought her head down south,now that I'm finished,she's on to Mr West . . ."
Thursday, April 4, 2013
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A collection of gold and jewels that a retired Santa Fe art dealer says he stashed in the mountains north of Santa Fe has generated so much interest from amateur treasure hunters that some have put their lives in jeopardy or been cited for illegally digging on public lands.
But authorities are warning people about more than being careful and following the law. They also note finders may not be keepers.
"If this treasure is buried, you would need to dig for it. And you can't dig anywhere in a national forest without a permit," said Bruce Hill, spokesman for the Santa Fe National Forest. "Even if it is not buried and it is just placed somewhere it becomes public domain."
Ditto for state lands, according to Department of Game and Fish spokesman Dan Williams.
Forrest Fenn was asked if he had considered land rights before hiding the chest. He said in an email that much has been written about land laws.
"I'm staying out of those discussions, except to say it may be fun to redefine some of the terms," Fenn said in the email.
The poem that Fenn published in his memoir, "The Thrill of the Chase," to give clues to the chest's whereabouts advises the treasure finder to "Look quickly down, your quest to cease, But tarry scant with marvel gaze, Just take the chest and go in peace."
But authorities currently seem to be more concerned about public safety than ownership questions as publicity about Fenn's claims to have hidden the 40-plus pound chest filled with gold coins, gold nuggets and ancient jewelry draws people to the northern New Mexico mountains.
Last month, a woman from Texas got lost in the mountains near Los Alamos overnight after seeing reports about the treasure on national television. But she was found safe the next day.
And Williams said the state plans to file charges against a man found digging last month under a descanso along the upper Pecos River last month. A descanso is a marker where someone has died or ashes scattered. Williams says the man told officers he was digging for Fenn's treasure.
Forest officials are urging treasure hunters to check with their office before setting out to make sure they have the proper gear and know the best places to go, Hill said.
"One of the concerns that we had is that this might invite people that really aren't familiar with traveling in a forest," Hill said. "They could get lost. They could step and stumble and turn an ankle ... maybe put themselves in a situation where they have to be rescued and maybe put other people's lives at risk."
Fenn said he has also posted caution notices on his web site and several blogs.
"Flatlanders don't realize how dangerous it can be," he said.
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THIS "UMM WHAT THE FUCK DID YOU JUST SAY!?" moment is brought to you by: Sue Mi Terry (as reported by yahoo.com)...
The most probable outcome of all these tensions is a low-level "tactical" strike from North Korea.
But don't worry, it'll be " a relatively small attack that won’t leave many people dead,"
....wouldn't you agree that one life is too many?
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
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Sunday, March 3, 2013
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Orthodox Jews overflowed a New York synagogue and poured onto the streets on Sunday to mourn the death of a young couple killed in a car accident on their way to the hospital to have their first baby, who survived after delivery by C-section.
Meanwhile police continued their intensive search for a hit-and-run driver and a passenger who fled the midnight accident that killed the mother, Raizi Gluber, and father, Nathan Gluber, both 21-year-old Orthodox Jews from a close-knit enclave in Williamsburg, in the borough of Brooklyn.
The baby boy, reported by police to be in serious condition, had yet to be named, a family friend said.
Mourners overflowed the funeral conducted in Hebrew at a Williamsburg synagogue while about 200 more assembled in the street, where pallbearers carried a pair of caskets draped in black velvet from the synagogue to a pair of awaiting vehicles that drove them away.
The deaths devastated the Orthodox community in Williamsburg, where the accident occurred and where people were thinking of the child's well-being, said family friend and community leader Isaac Abraham.
"How can the community react? It's a shock. It's like a punch in the gut," said Abraham, who has known the deceased mother's parents since childhood. "People are not prepared for this. Parents are not prepared to bury their children."
All the men speaking at the service sobbed or wailed during their eulogies, and nearly all the women were in tears.
Investigators launched what a police spokeswoman called "full-on search" for the male driver and female passenger whose gray BMW sedan struck the side of a taxi that was taking the couple to the hospital. The pair fled on foot, leaving the car behind.
The mother and father were pronounced dead on arrival at separate hospitals. The mother was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where doctors delivered the baby boy, police said.
The taxi driver was listed in stable condition at Bellevue, police said.
The accident was still under investigation, police spokesman Paul Browne said. Witnesses reported the BMW traveling at a high rate of speed, and the taxi was at a stop sign, Browne said.
(Reporting by Anna Hiatt; Writing by Daniel Trotta; Editing by Philip Barbara and Eric Beech)
Saturday, March 2, 2013
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A 9-year-old girl in Mexico has reportedly given birth.
The girl, identified as "Dafne" by The Telegraph, reportedly delivered a 5.7 pound baby by cesarean section on Jan. 27 in Zoquipan Hospital in Jalisco, an area in western Mexico.
The girl was 8 years old when she became pregnant. "This is a rape or child sex abuse case," Corona added, according to the Agence France-Presse. The age of sexual consent in Mexico is 12,according to UNICEF.
"The father is a boy who is 17, but we have not found him, since he ran away," the mother of the girl told officials, according to the AFP.
“Due to her young age,we don’t know if she is being entirely truthful,” Lino Ginzalez Corona, spokesperson at Jalisco State Prosecutor’s Office, said in a press conference, ABC reports.
The new mother is one of 11 children, according to ABC, and her parents were unable to watch her while they worked.
There have been only a handful of recent reported births among children this young, including a 10-year-old Colombian girl who gave birth last year, and a 9-year-old Chinese girl who gave birth to a healthy baby boy in 2010.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Within the last year or so my father has been losing his sight due to diabetes, and recently it had begun to give him headaches. So he visited his doctor and had to under go emergency laser eye surgery friday morning. The sugery was on the eye he can see most out of, the other eye being almost completely blind already. After the sugery he had to have his eye patched leaving him unable to see. Being a huge 49er fan he then asked the doctor if he would be able to see sundays game (its been 18 years since he's seen his favorite team play in the superbowl) but the doctor wasn't able to answer him. The truth was the doctor was not sure if the surgery would leave his sight at the same level it was or perhaps worse. But yesterday my mom took the patch off of my fathers eye to find that he WOULD be able to see todays game, although he is still recovering and his sight is blurry. We know that something is better than nothing. So today as your watching the superbowl be appreciative to see what you do, and enjoy with good company be it family or friends.
Much love, - [G]
"Paul Rodriguez Life: The Main Shot "Street Cinema"
In this episode Paul begins his attempt to recreate his first ever video part from City Stars's 2002 "Street Cinema". Catch is, he only has 24 hours to do so.
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
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Meet Jiro, a 3 star sushi chef with a lifelong devotion to perfection. In this inspiring documentary you'll see how this man took nothing, turned it into something, and made that something legendary. He is a chef worthy of employment of a king, and although he is in his 80's has not retired. Jiros dream includes setting his two sons up for success and teaching them to love what they do. I must warn you though DO NOT WATCH WHEN HUNGRY! & if you end up wanting to eat at his restaurant call and make reservations now, because you've got a months worth of waiting to do. Bottom line is this is a great story of a great mans life, so next time your Netflix surfing give Jiro a shot.
A loyal dog whose owner died late last year has apparently been showing up for Mass every day for the last two months at the church where the funeral was held.
Tommy, a 7-year-old German shepherd, used to accompany his owner, Maria Margherita Lochi, to services at Santa Maria Assunta church in San Donaci, Italy, according to the Daily Mail , and was allowed to sit at her feet.
After Lochi died, the dog "joined mourners at her funeral service" according to locals and "followed after Maria's coffin" as it was carried into the church.
Tommy, a stray who was adopted by Lochi, has been showing up "when the bell rings out to mark the beginning of services" ever since.
"He's there every time I celebrate mass and is very well behaved," Father Donato Panna told the paper. "He doesn't make a sound."
None of the other parishioners has complained, Panna said, and villagers give the dog food and water and allow him to sleep nearby.
"I've not heard one bark from him in all the time he has been coming in," Panna added. "He waits patiently by the side of the altar and just sits there quietly. I didn't have the heart to throw him out—I've just recently lost my own dog, so I leave him there until Mass finishes and then I let him out."
Examples of this type of extreme canine loyalty are incredibly common.
In 2011, a fallen Navy SEAL's Labrador retriever lay down next to his owner's casket at a funeral service in Rockford, Iowa, refusing to leave.
The heart-wrenching photo of the scene, taken by the SEAL's cousin and posted to Facebook, soon went viral.
And on Tuesday, a 60-year-old man's dog watched and waited for 30 minutes for the fire department to rescue his owner, who had fallen through thin ice into the freezing waters of the Colorado River:
Nearby hunters witnessed the accident and called 911. But while they waited for help, the man's dog refused to leave the scene. Like a worried relative in the waiting room, the dog paced back and forth, trying to reach the man, who repeatedly waved the dog off, fearing for its safety.
"This is simply who dogs are," Dr. Karen Overall, an animal behavior expert, told Yahoo! Shine. "We have had a close, cognitive, emotional and working relationship with dogs for tens of thousands of years, and we have both been changed by that history. Dogs are heroic to us because they live up to that relationship."
Canine loyalty extends beyond humans.
Last year, a male pit bull refused to leave the side of a female pit bull who had been dead on the side of a road in Phoenix. According to local news reports, the male pit bull stayed with her for more than 14 hours.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
"Life" is a collaborative web series by skating sensation (& my personal favorite) Paul Rodriguez and Network A. It provides a dope look into the life of P-Rod.
Paul Rodriguez Life: The Other Half Ep. 5, Part 1
The NBA all-star game is coming up, and these will be the starters for the highly anticipated Febuary 17 game.
With Adidas behind the official all-star game uniforms.