" I Just Want to be Successful" Drake and Trey Songs
Anybody can relate to this song. Trey Song's soulful voice mixed with Drake's young and fresh lyrics paint visions of success in your mind.
I don't know if this really couunts as a website but but Blackberry App World is a must have for any blackberry user. It provides instant access to some of the hottest applications there are.
I saw the sequel to this movie before I saw part one and it's true what they say, the beginning is always better than the sequel. Although there were your typical dumb scary movie moments, there was enough originality to keep my interest.
Drag You To Hell
Here's another one of my favorite's that is still out in theater. I don't want to give to much information, but the plot of this movie was very unique and the ending is full of suprises. I believe the makers of this film were the same ones who made Evil Dead.
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What is Life?
Life is Adventure ...Dare It
life us Beauty...Praise It
Life is a challenge... Meet it
Life is a duty..Perform It
Life is love...Enjoy It
Life is A Tragedy...Face It
Life is a struggle...Fight It
Life is a promise...Fulfill It
Life is a Game... Play It
Life is a Gift... Accept It
Life is a Journey...Complete It
Life is aMystery...Unfold It
Life is a Goal...Achieve it
Life is an Opportunity...Take It
Life is a Puzzle...Solve IT
Life is a Song...Sing It
Life is a Sorrow...Overcome It
Life is a Spirit...Realize It
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Michael Jackson honored in Gary Indiana
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In My Own Words
Not Allowed To Sign
I work at a cellphone store. And as many of us knows if you go into most cellphone stores where I'm from they are owned and operated by people of Middle Eastern descent. I'm not saying that people of Middle Eastern descent only own cell phone stores but it is a common occurence especially within the company that I work for. I'm not the only person who thnks that. I have had many African American customers ask how I got this job because "you know 'they' don't hire 'us' ". I would often just return those comments with a blank stare as if I were unsure of who "they" and "us " were. I knew I had a job that most black people in my area didn't have, I also knew that I deserved it. I worked hard and had a lot more experience than a lot of people who were hired into the company based on nationality or family alliances rather than merit. So no, I usually didn't get offended when I heard things like this.
That was until one morning. There was a girl working with me that was fairly new, she had only been with the company for a few days, I had been there for about 6 months. we had just been open for a few minutes we were supposed to be cleaning the store but the truth is that some of my coworkers were very loazy and knew that I would be blamed of the store was unclean like I always did. I'm not complaining that's just the way things were. I always wondered if this was another reflection of how people felt about black people. Well in the midst of my morning cleaning routine we got a UPS shipment buit it wasn't our regular UPS guy. Whe he walked in I smiled and greeted him with a smile"Good morning!". Had it been our regular UPS guy he would have responded with the same enthusiasm. If he was our regular UPS guy he would have know that I was the one who signed for the packages. Heck if he hadn't been such a prick he woulld have made things a million times easier for himself and let the person closest to him sign for it. yes that's how it would have been in a perfect world. But no this guy was an asshole. Had he not been so busy trying to ignore me he would have seen me reaching for his signature pad. But instead of making things easier for the both of us he walked all the way to the back of the store. to my coworker who so happened to be Jordanian. i followed him thinking that maybe he just wanted to set the packages on the counter. When he extended his little machine to my coworker my heart alost dropped. " You could have bought it to me" I said. He looked behind him as though he was suprised to see that there was someone else in the store. "I'll remember that next time" he responded. My blood began to boil, though I kept my composure. i refused to decrease myself to that level.
But some people like to kick you when your down On his way out, he said" No offense just some people aren't allowed to sign for stuff, you know what I mean right?". Thank God he walked out the door in time because I had just about had enough. Not only was he being rascist but he had the nerve to explain his actions by saying that me as a black woman was not qualifyed to sign for a package. My queation is this do you think that it was race that made him believe that she was more qualified to sign for a packeage than me. What do you think?
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