I can never really stick with anything, kind of like this blog. I told myself that I would hop on here daily or at least monthly and make a post but it seems to have not happened. As of recent I spend my days on tumblr reblogging random shit that I find scrolling up on my timeline.
What a way to enjoy life eh?
So as an attempt to get away from the comforts of my room, I made a trip to Heine Brothers, the coffee shop where I just so happen to make cool ass memories at. The sun is setting and my coffee is scalding hot. Might I mention that it’s 82 outside? I was out skating earlier but my skate session was cut short due to some guy who works in one of the buildings at this business complex came out to practice his golf swing. The last time I was skating in that area I think I may have pissed him off by the popping off my loud board as I flipped my deck to land some gnarly shit. Anywho, in respect I left because I’m pretty sure he had a long day at work and just wanted to swing his golf club in silence.
Besides the shenanigans of my everyday life, I just dropped a new single on Soundcloud. You should check it out.
I’m signing off for now, my brain is drawing a blank.
~ Keep it all smiles
This is a very good read, made me want to go ahead and order a bottle of her Chili sauce, haha. The reason why I am sharing this is becasue towards the end of the article when they say that the Chinese Government has been urging her to go public with the company, she has refused stating that an IPO is just a way of tricking people out of their money.
I recently just invested in stocks and growing up as a child, dreaming of investing and making millions in the stock market, it’s not what it may seem. You really got to keep track of what’s going on. It’s literally a gamble which in return seems like I’m getting tricked out of my money. I guess I’ll learn someday.
Chinese netizens have crowned Tao Huabi, a 70-year-old granny, the “hottest woman in China.” Tao Huabi an her pricey red Bentley. Aside from being a trending topic in China, Tao also happens to be the founder of Laoganma Special Flavour Foodstuffs Co., maker of the nation’s most popular chili sauce. Interest in her has grown…
via The “hottest woman in China” is a 70-year-old grandmother with a chili sauce empire — Quartz
Like the rest of the logical thinking Americans here in the US, I oppose the wall that President Trump wants to build. I’ve heard people say time and time again how much of a great idea this would be but honestly it makes no sense. Yes, people from mexico cross the border every day entering this country illegally but really, do you think a large wall is going to stop them from coming over? Plus did you folks not hear about how some of the wall will just be fence? So in essence, that amazing wall that this dumbass in office plans to build really isn’t going to stop or change anything.
What really rubs me the wrong way about Trumps “Wall” is the fact that he claims that Mexico will pay for it. … Now if that isn’t complete utter bullshit than I don’t know what is. That’s like Canada building a wall and telling us to pay for it. I bet y’all would get really pissed about that huh? Talk about a double standard.
Now for those of you that are cursing at your phone or computer screen, telling me to go to hell, that is fine. I accept the fact that you are blinded by a false dream that America will be great again, but to be honest, in order to be “Great Again,” you have to acknowledge that America isn’t in the best shape. You have to acknowledge that the version of America that you want isn’t coming back. You have to realize that Millennials and Generation Z will overthrow the old heads in office because the predicament that we are in right now isn’t going to be changed by some unqualified, fascist president who think that bringing warehouse work back to America is going to change the future.
~ Keep it all smiles
No matter how much coffee I drink and how many words I write, I still don’t get a caffeine fix and the Editors at Android Headlines are going to tell me I suck at writing. I’ve come a long way from those days. I’m a better man with more ambition, so I hope. Today has been another one of those days where I’m just burning time, not accomplishing much but a word count and a lot of facebook shares. If you ask me, my life is practically boring, at least when my friends aren’t around.
Seems to me I kinda live off of them but I don’t know. My only concern right now is how in the hell am I going to get home after work. I don’t wanna ask Eric nor do I want to ask anyone else because I feel like I’ve bummed to many rides. There’s no point anymore. I might as well just walk home. I’ve had to walk home before, I think it rained that night and I didn’t have my license yet so I would ride my bike to work. That specific night my dad dropped me off because the rain wouldn’t let up earlier in the night for me to bike to work. I asked my buddy Danny if I could get a ride home and he agreed but in the middle of the night he ended up going home early. So guess what I had to do?
Walking home wasn’t fun but shit, If I have to walk home tonight then it’s whatever, I don’t like asking people for stuff, it makes me feel less sufficient.
~ keep it all smiles
Originally Posted 12/23/16
Go out and appreciate life. People are so close minded to the joys that are here in arm’s reach. I don’t need this Google Pixel for entertainment when the world provides enough as is. Do what thou wilt and see how much farther you will go on this journey. I cannot stress enough how underappreciated our current state of mind, body, and soul are. The longer you steer your eyes towards the indefinite, you’ll lose hope and call for what may seem to be an escape goat.
My efforts of sharing my thoughts have been tainted by clueless souls who feel empowered by social media to cause judgement and blame.
Just remember, they ain’t me and I ain’t them.
With super Saturday and Super Sunday behind us, we have finally made it to the home stretch with 4 days to go after tonight. This month alone sure has been a test of patience for many but more of a psychology game to me. For instance, instead of jumping into drama at work, I’ve manage to lay low and survey the scene as it is. People are weird and this job has taught me that more than ever!
Not everyone is who they claim to be. What you see on the outside of most are a facade that is clammered with multiple personalities and backward thinking. That statement is more of a common sense point, but a lot of people are too feeble minded to go to that extent. Did I mention everyone around me is young and that I damn near trained an entire posi? I’ve practically did more learning than working if you ask me.
At this point, I don’t have any complaints other than individuals (like my new hires) who act as if they don’t know what they’re doing or have devious plans up there sleeves. It’s annoying if you ask me.
Overall, looking past the treturous 12 day work week, 2016 is almost over. The worst year since… (*MIKE TYSON SAYING “I DON’T KNOW“*).
I’m signing off.
~ keep it all smiles
For those of you that may not know, I’m a half breed. I’m only using the term “Half Breed” becasue black people who are proud to be dark as night time typically throw that joke at me. Honestly, I don’t care becasue I know I got a better grade of hair than them. What makes my hair so incredible (besides the afro) is that I’m mixed with filipino. My mother is from overseas from a group of islands that gets hit every now and then with typhoons and all those other crazy sea storms.
Now in my opinion, I think Asian food is the best. Matter of fact, I think any food that isn’t made here in the United States is better. Growing up, I’ve had to eat whatever my mom cooks and about 5 minutes ago I just got done eating some noodles she made. They were delicious by the way. The food my mom makes is wonderful and people like my dad’s side of the family drool over it, especially her eggrolls. Now my mom isn’t a chef, she’s just a woman from the Philippines who makes food she grew up around. Being that it’s considered “exotic” for the lack of a better term, people automatically assume that she is a great cook.
It’s always after I reveal to someone that I’m mixed with Filipino, I get the, “Can she cook?” question. Of course I reply with a HELL YEAH and whoever I’m speaking to tells me they’re coming to my house. As usual here I am trying to figure out why people ALWAYS got to say that. YES my mother makes great asian food but that certainly does not mean you’re invited to my house for dinner. You better stay home and eat your pork chops drenched in BBQ sauce or some of that unseasoned fried chicken that (Joe) pulled out the oven. While y’all do that, I’m gonna eat this boiled fish, with rice and noodles.
~ Keep it all smiles