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kaziym:

If you haven’t heard it check it out.

|Tracklist|

Taste My Sad - Bearface
Say Yes or Say No - Mr.carmack
Telegraph Ave - Childish Gambino x Ta-ku
Malucco - Sango
Empty (without Your Love) - Saint Los
Sunshine - SevnthWonder x Alaxander O’Neal
Girl - Jeftuz
Stroke it, Baby - Mr.carmack

Nice mix

Part #2 of the RRWN class. Great people, great food and great class.

I took these photos during the last day of RRWN class. Leave comments and enjoy.

Roc For Raida (by eyetell)

Tim Martell “What Do You Know About Birthdays Son!?” (by eyetell)

moth:

I’ve told this story a bit, but with Jeff Bezos in the news today, it seems as good a time as any to blog it. Back in 2008, at SXSW, I met Bezos briefly, and got a bit of insight into how he stays open to new ideas and opportunities.

(Jeff Bezos at SXSW, as captured by iJustine)

That year, I’d put together a panel called “Quit Your Job and Vlog.” It was a pretty sensational title, considering it had only been a couple years since Jason Kottke had been the first to make the leap to

Cool stuff

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Check It Out: I interviewed the beautiful DJ K-Styles. She speaks about deejaying in a male dominated industry, music and fashion.DJ K-Styles

The Hustle of Street Performing: The Brooklyn born trombone player, Joe M. Harris, has been performing under the bright lights of New York City for over 15 years. Harris has traveled all over the nation playing with gospel groups and jazz bands. His confidence of his brass instrument competes with other New York City street performers for the attention and money of tourists.


The man whose upper lip has been partially altered by the mouthpiece of his instrument does not currently hold a regular nine-to-five job. Harris, also an actor, doesn’t mind his current situation. “I make $40 to $100 a day,” said Harris. But it’s not just the money that catapults him to the bright streetlights of Broadway; it’s the love of performing. “It takes the best of you,” he said.

Television evangelist, Pat Robertson, tells cheated-on wife, “He cheated on you. Well, he’s a man, okay.”

 

Robertson, the host of the Christian TV Show, 700 Club, was responding to a viewer’s online letter. “I’ve been trying to forgive my husband for cheating on me. We have gone to counseling, but I just can’t seem to forgive, nor can I trust. How do I let go of the anger? How do I trust again? God says to forgive, but it’s been so hard to do. I want to forgive, so we can get on with our lives,” stated the letter.

 

“Here’s the secret,” responded Robertson while looking straight at the camera and into the homes of his viewers. “Stop talking about the cheating. He cheated on you. Well, he’s a man, okay.”

 

The evangelist gave a list of things that Ivy, the author of the letter, should “focus” on than the infidelity. “Does he provide food, shelter, clothing? Is he nice to the children and does he do things with them? Is he handsome?” said Robertson.

 

Another of Robertson’s “secrete” to forgiveness is to keep a better home for her husband. Robertson said that “males have a tendency to wander a little bit, and what you want to do is make a home so wonderful that he doesn’t want to wander.” Also, Robertson excused a man’s infidelities on the many sexual temptations of the world. He said “keep in mind that there’s a lot of pornography out there, to which men are enticed every day.”

 

The popular minister said to stop praying about the “night he went to the hotel with the stripper”. “Don’t focus on what makes you mad, just the good stuff”.

 

Robertson finished his monologue by proposing to “Thank God you have a marriage that is together, that you live in America, and that good things are happening. Okay, next question.”