Friday, January 30, 2009

Funny t-shirts.

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Thursday, January 29, 2009


Ever heard of the word creativity?

What the F*@% blanket.

This video is so funny, I started crying. Enjoy.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


I'm at school in the library at the moment. I never thought that Anatomy and Physiology would be so difficult. I had lab today. The schedule stated that it only last for 45 minutes. The teacher then told us that it's a mistake. The class lasts for 2 50 minutes. I was like Oh My God, are you serious? So I was in a classroom for 2 hours and 50 minutes doing a lab sheet about the hierarchical level of Anatomy and Physiology. The teacher was talking and I hardly understood one word she said. I was reading last night and had to take a break because I got a headache. So anywho, I have to give a small presentation to a class that messes with your mind, Psychology. So now I have to go home and read chapter 1 in order to gain information.
This semester I'm really going to do my best. No more slacking. I can't stand to disappoint my folks by failing a course. So I'm on a serious note now. Oh yea. The heat on campus is not working, so everywhere I go is freezing. Bye for now.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Ninja Turtles.

I didn't realize the the characters for ninja turtles were named after renaissance artists. They are Donatello, Michaelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Back to school.

Today was the first day of school. I'm so happy. (NOT). I wish I had another month. Anywho. I'm proud of someone right no because they went back to school. My sinus is acting up, my nose is tender, feel as if it's going to bleed. I can't sneeze or anything, it feels sore. I was listening to the news and they say that if you have sinus, you should treat it, because it could leave to brain damage. I treat mine, but that damn nasal spray (side-effects), makes me dizzy and makes my nose bleed. Some help uh.
Oh yea. My father is coming home tonight from his trip to the caribbean. I hope he brings back banana chips, bulla and bigga. Fooooooooood.

'I'm angry that I would rather be dead than overweight."

I was watching Oprah with my mom and today's topic was 'overweight teens.' This lady came to talk to them and their parents. Later on she did an exercise.... "I'm angry that....". And to hear the things these children said hurt me. For example: "I'm angry that I think of suicide, I'm angry that people call me a hippo, I'm angry that not only students make fun of me, but teachers, I'm angry that I could never be as good as my sister, I'm angry that I'm a disappointment to my parents, and the list go on." This was a sad show :(
P.S. Akon does not know how old he is. Is this a joke or something....

Friday, January 23, 2009


Anybody remember Roe v. Wade? this gives women the right to make a decision; to go on with a pregnancy, or terminate it. McCain being conservative and all, did not agree with it. I believe a woman should have the right to make that decision. Why? Because it's HER body, not the government or the anti-abortionists.

January 22, 2009, 5:37 pm — Updated: 5:37 pm -->
On 35th Anniversary, Obama Praises Roe v. Wade Precedent
By Michael Falcone
President Barack Obama reaffirmed his commitment to protecting abortion rights on Wednesday, the 35th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court decision, Roe v. Wade, and said that it “stands for a broader principle: that government should not intrude on our most private family matters.”
In a written statement issued on his second full day in office, Mr. Obama acknowledged the deep tensions that have persisted through the decades over abortion.
But, he said, “no matter what our views, we are united in our determination to prevent unintended pregnancies, reduce the need for abortion, and support women and families in the choices they make.”
Mr. Obama’s position has anti-abortion groups worried. The president of National Right to Life, Wanda Franz, predicted that the president would pursue a “radical agenda” and on his watch, the number of abortions would “increase dramatically.”
And on the National Mall, where millions gathered on Tuesday to witness Mr. Obama’s inauguration, tens of thousands held a rally today marking the Roe v. Wade anniversary, followed by a march to the steps of the Supreme Court.
The statement from Mr. Obama today contrasts with the warm greeting abortion opponents received from President George W. Bush on the same day last year. At a reception at the White House on Jan. 22, 2008, Mr. Bush told March for Life participants that he was “proud to be standing with” them.
“I see people with a deep conviction that even the most vulnerable member of the human family is a child of God,” Mr. Bush said at the time. “You’re here because you know that all life deserves to be protected.”
There was also speculation about whether President Obama would use today’s anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision to reverse the so-called “Mexico City policy,” which forbids the flow of federal money to international family planning organizations that provide abortions or related services and counseling.
The policy, which President Ronald Reagan put in place in 1984, was repealed by President Clinton early in his term. President Bush’s reinstated the ban in his first executive order on Jan. 22, 2001.

Violence in Jamaican schools.

Wow, look at these pictures, and tell me the difference. Look at the kids, look at what's on and what's not on. This is ridiculous.
Mostly White.

Mostly Black.

I got up this morning to check my mail and I saw this.
I was somewhat surprised, because this school is one of the best schools in Jamaica and the people in charge of the institution have to deal with this. It's an embarassment to people like my father, and maybe my brother (because they are 'old boys'-meaning, they attended the school). As the years go by I've been hearing about other students that attend other schools getting into fights and so on. The students that participated in such violence were only suspended. But because the school is Kingston College, and they have a reputation to hold. So this guy that use to attend the school thinks that it's best to expell them.
According to them, a reputation is so much better than to help the students.
P.S. Jamaican schools are starting to remind me like American schools. I remember the days when I use to attend school in Jamaica and walk in freely without going through any metal detectors. I experienced going through metal detectors at airports. The way how they treat you at the airport, is the same way they treat the students who are entering High School. We have to take our shoes off, empty our pockets, take our jackets off,etc. I felt like a prisoner, and I know that I wasn't the only one. The way how they treated us was terrible. We felt like prisoner. Now they are planning on putting them in the Jamican schools. Do they really think that's going to help? As a teen, going through metal detectors just made me want to bring things in the school. At times I accomplished. I know I'm not the only one. The limit I see students go through to bring things in the school is so funny. The detectors won't lessen the situation, it will just make it worse in my opinion.

Oh, another thing. I use to attend a public school which consist of all races; whites, black, hispanics, etc. I had a volleyball game and the school we were going to play were in this all white neighborhood. When we got there we didn't have to go through any metal detectors. We were all surprised. What does this tell us? Oh because in our school we have blacks, hispanics, chinese and whites we can't be trusted? That's bull..... Because of the way they treat us (the students), most of us retaliate by behaving unruly. Start fights, give out threats and so on. Doing that (scanning), tells us that you don't trust us. So the way how they (the admistration) treat us, is the way we act.

Chaos at KC- Students attack teacher - Police, education ministry called in
Published: Friday January 23, 2009
Tyrone Reid, Staff Reporter
Kingston College students make their way home after school yesterday. - Norman Grindley/Acting Photography editor
Two students of Kingston College (KC) were yesterday taken into police custody for their involvement in a violent incident that left one of their peers injured.
The latest incident followed another on Tuesday when classes at the school's North Street campus ended abruptly after several ninth-grade students attacked and beat a teacher.
After the fracas on Tuesday, sixth formers were assigned to man the classes while the teachers staged a meeting to strategise the way forward.
The teacher who was attacked did not report for duty on Wednesday.
Eye injury
He told The Gleaner that he sustained an injury to his eye. He said the scuffle was between him and a student but then other students from the class joined in and started to attack him.
A sixth-former said that the mêlée was broken up by fifth-form students who stormed into the classroom and rescued the teacher.
The teacher was reluctant to provide more details as he said it was now a court matter.
Everton Burrell, KC's principal, was out of office during our visit yesterday and Juliet Wilson, a vice-principal at the institution, refused to comment.
When The Gleaner visited the school's North Street campus, there was a loud roar as students rushed to a section of the schoolyard.
After the shouting and confusion subsided, our news team was told that at least two students had attacked another boy with knives. The boy, in defending himself reportedly struck one of his schoolmates in the head with his T-square. He had to receive medical attention.
On Wednesday, teachers, with the help of officials from the education ministry, school resource officers and guidance counsellors, conducted training and guidance sessions for the entire school day.
Margaret Muschette-Phillips, Jamaica Teachers' Association contact teacher at KC, said the boys were taught about ethics, how to deal with conflicts and the need to show respect to persons in authority.
Muschette-Phillips said the police warned the boys about the consequences of their actions and also briefed them about life behind bars.
She said teachers were not pleased with the student's misconduct.
Former president of the Kingston College Old Boys' Association, Dr Winston Davidson, said such aggressive behaviour displayed by the students should not be tolerated.
"With behaviour like that, those boys can't continue in the school. They should be expelled forthwith," he said.
Miranda Sutherland, president of the National Parent-Teachers Association of Jamaica, condemned fighting in school. Sutherland also said she believes that the violence in schools can be corrected, but not overnight. "It is not a situation that cannot be returned to normal but it will take time."

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Yes they did!!

On Januaary 20, 2009, history was made. Barack Obama became the first Arican-American president of the United Sates of America. People in this country, and even around the world really think that this man will bring change. Slavery days have been going on for decades and it won't take 4 years to get rid of discrimination and the wrong being done towards 'minorities'. On the second day for Obama he made a very important decision to close down guantanamo bay in Cuba (the only area where the U.S. government are allowed). Here is the full story brought to you by Yahoo news. I guess there won't be anymore C.I.A. agents trying to assasinate Fidel Castro.

Obama breaks from Bush and orders Gitmo to close.

AP – President Barack Obama, speaks to reporters as he walks in the basement area of the Brady press briefing …
WASHINGTON – Breaking forcefully with Bush anti-terror policies, President Barack Obama ordered major changes Thursday that he said would halt the torture of suspects, close down the Guantanamo detention center, ban secret CIA prisons overseas and fight terrorism "in a manner that is consistent with our values and our ideals."
"We intend to win this fight. We're going to win it on our terms," Obama declared, turning U.S. policy abruptly on just his second full day in office. He also put a fresh emphasis on diplomacy, naming veteran troubleshooters for Middle East hotspots.
The policies and practices that Obama said he was reversing have been widely reviled overseas, by U.S. allies as well as in less-friendly Arab countries. President George W. Bush said the policies were necessary to protect the nation after the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks — though he, too, had said he wanted Guantanamo closed at some point.
"A new era of American leadership is at hand," Obama said.
Executive orders signed by the new president would order the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, shut within a year, require the closure of any remaining secret CIA "black site" prisons abroad and bar CIA interrogators of detainees from using harsh techniques already banned for military questioners.
That includes physical abuse such as waterboarding, a technique that creates the sensation of drowning and has been termed torture by critics at home and abroad.
For the signing ceremony, Obama was flanked in the Oval Office by retired senior U.S. military leaders who had pressed for the changes.
Underscoring the new administration's point, the admirals and generals said in a statement: "President Obama's actions today will restore the moral authority and strengthen the national security of the United States."
Not everyone felt that way.
Criticism surfaced immediately from Republicans and others who said Obama's policy changes would jeopardize U.S. ability to get intelligence about terrorist plans or to prevent attacks.
House Minority Leader John Boehner was among a group of GOP lawmakers who quickly introduced legislation seeking to bar federal courts from ordering Guantanamo detainees to be released into the United States.
Boehner, R-Ohio, said it "would be irresponsible to close this terrorist detainee facility" before answering such important questions as where the detainees would be sent.
Obama said he was certain that the nation's security is strengthened — not weakened — when the U.S. adheres to "core standards of conduct."
"We think that it is precisely our ideals that give us the strength and the moral high ground to be able to effectively deal with the unthinking violence that we see emanating from terrorist organizations around the world," he said.
"We don't torture," Obama said, but Bush had said the same. The question has always been defining the word.
Later in the day, Obama visited the State Department to welcome newly confirmed Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, emphasizing the importance his administration intends to give diplomacy in his foreign policy. He told Foreign Service officers and other department employees they "are going to be critical to our success."
The president and Clinton jointly announced the appointment of former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, who helped broker peace in Northern Ireland, as special envoy to the Middle East. Former U.N. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke, who helped write the peace deal that ended Bosnia's 1992-95 war, was named special envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan.
But for all the talk of a new era, it remained unclear how much of a shift Obama plans for the Middle East.
Though he named high-profile envoys to regions where critics say American attention lagged under Bush, the Mideast policy Obama outlined was no different.
He said he would aggressively seek a lasting peace between Israel and the Palestinians while also defending Israel's "right to defend itself." He called on Israel and Hamas to take steps to ensure the cease-fire that is in place in Gaza will endure. And he called on Arab states to show more support for the beleaguered Palestinian government of President Mahmoud Abbas.
On the surface, those views mirror the Bush administration's.
As for the treatment of terror suspects, Obama's policy overhaul was an implicit though not directly stated criticism of what he, other Democrats, nations around the globe and human rights groups have called Bush's overreach in the battle against terrorism.
In his presidential campaign, Obama had pledged to close Guantanamo, where many suspects have been detained for years without trial or charge.
Bush, too, had said he wanted to shut down Guantanamo. It never happened on his watch, amid the questions that must be answered to do so: Can other countries be persuaded to take some of the 245 men still be held there? Under what authority should remaining detainees be prosecuted? And, most difficult, what happens to the handful of detainees who are considered both too dangerous to be released to other nations and for whom evidence is deemed either too tainted or insufficient for a trial?
Obama has to answer those same questions.
As to that tough, third category of detainees, a senior administration official said "everything's on the table" as a possibility, including the use of military tribunals that were much criticized by Obama. The official would brief reporters only on condition of anonymity, contending that was necessary in order to speak candidly about details.
The administration already has suspended trials for terrorist suspects at Guantanamo for 120 days pending a review of the military tribunals.
A task force must report in 30 days on where the Guantanamo detainees should go, as well as a destination for future terror suspects.
The national commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. criticized Obama's action.
"The detention facility is a valuable tool in the fight against terrorism because it provides useful intelligence information and it keeps our enemies off the battlefield," said Glen Gardner.
Said Obama's GOP rival for the White House, Sen. John McCain: "Numerous difficult issues remain."
Recent polls show the nation essentially split on the topic. An Associated Press-GfK poll last week found about half wanted the prison shut on a priority basis, and 42 percent did not.
On interrogations, another review panel will have 180 days to study whether interrogation techniques allowed under the U.S. Army Field Manual would be acceptably effective in extracting lifesaving intelligence from hardened terrorists.
But the order opens the door to divergences from the Army manual, as it allows the panel to recommend "additional or different guidance" for use by intelligence agencies. That would not, however, allow "enhanced interrogation techniques" to be reintroduced, the official said.
Obama left room for the practice of "extraordinary renditions" of detainees to other nations to continue, though the White House said none would be sent to countries where they might be tortured.
The executive orders also throw out every opinion or memo that the Bush administration used to justify its interrogation programs. And the Obama administration said all terrorism suspects will be covered by standards set by the Geneva Conventions, something the Bush administration opposed.
Obama also ordered the Justice Department to review the case of Qatar native Ali al-Marri, who is the only enemy combatant currently being held in the U.S.
Associated Press writers Lara Jakes and Matthew Lee contributed to this story.

Monday, January 19, 2009

Swearing into history.

Today(the 19th of Januaary) is the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King's birthday. One thing this Civil Rights Activist wanted was for a day when people of every colour/color and culture to unite and give a helping hand to people in need. Tomorrow, (the 20th of January) is history; the swearing in of President-Elect Obama. I'm so proud to be able to see what is taking place. From slaves building the White House, to black people riding in the back of the bus, to the law Plessy v. Ferguson, (seperate but equal). Because of this historic day coming soon, I have been watching nothing but Civil Right's movies. They shouldn't just wait until history to take place in order to show these movies.

But anyway, I watched this movie on Sunday called The Tuskegee Airmen. This movie is about a group of African American pilots who would like to serve in WWII, but had to overcame racism. They later became one of the best fighter groups in WWII. To know that America would rather serve German enemies than serve African-Americans.
I have a question. People call black people in America African-Americans because they originally came from Africa. But at the same time you have white people that came from European countries and they are called Americans. Why not European Amercians?

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Old school games. No video games needed.

Went to Leonson's house today, to beat his butt in LUDO again. I came in 1st, Brandon came in 2nd, Tricia came in 3rd and Leonson came in last. I thought he would learn his lesson, but he keep on going. This is a video clip of a game between Tricia and Leonson.

Monday, January 12, 2009

Icons anyone;)

Been busy.

I went out and got the second book to the Twilight Saga - New Moon. The book is so damn thick, that's why I was hesitating on whether I should get it or not. I finished reading the entire book in 2 days. To my surprise, it was so addictive. Once I started, I couldn't stop myself. Won't get into any details about this book. So, all I'm saying for now is, it was well written and I can't wait for the next one.
"When you can live forever, what do you live for?"

Friday, January 9, 2009

The best 3 point shooter in the N.B.A.

Too bad he retired.

Mr. Reggie Miller

It's as if every single time he attempts to make a 3 point shot, he does. He is that good. Before he retired I would never forget that game with with the Pistons. We were sitting on the couch staring at the t.v. in shock like, is this really happening. Yes, I'm talking about the brawl of 04. First it was players vs. players, which was really fun to watch. Seeing guys 6ft and over attack each other. But then one of the players went in the stand, you know who I'm talking about, Ron Artest. He made the situation got out of control. Because he attacked that fan, other fans started getting involved. Even though the fan through liquid at him, he should be a bigger man and walk it off. But noooo, he didn't. He went in the stands and started swinging. He was getting his ass wooped by the fans, so his teammates came to the rescue and they got involved. Because of his actions, they suspended him and a few other pacers players. I'm not going to put the blame entirely on Artest, so the player that started the whole thing was the Wallace. Not Rasheed Wallace, but the afro man Ben Wallace. He took it to the extreme by pushing him in the first point.

And the fight between the worst team in the N.B.A. Knicks vs. The Nuggets. P.S. Never let someone's height fool you. I can't believe this guy hit and ran, what a coward, *cough* Anthony. This is the only time you'll see me cheering for the Knicks. The last time they (Knicks) went tot the Playoff was back in 2004 I believe.

Thursday, January 8, 2009


The cast of the Real Work Brooklyn.

Ok, the new season of the Real World is in Brooklyn. Yea, I love Brooklyn. Why? Because when I go there, it feels as if I'm in Jamaica. You hear Jamaicans cursing at each, smoking weed (marijuana) on the sidewalk. Just the sight of that put you back to your roots. Damn, I miss it. I miss my family, the 150 degrees weather, the food, the trees, etc. Anywho, back to my story. So yea, this seanson is in Brooklyn. I thought this was going to be a good one because of the sorrounding. But then why do people have to be so ignorant. Jeez. One of the cast said something real dumb, she is not the only one. But come on, it's your first day there and you're going to say that...."I didn't want to come here because I don't want to get shot.".......... I'm speechless. Dumb broad. Anywho. The cast seems twisted, meaning they will be getting on each others nerve. The cast consists of a Iraq Veteran, a transgenger, a mormom who I believe is in the closet (gay), a muscle head (all he does is eat and workout), another gay guy (seems really down to earth) and a pageant winner (all smiles).


10 things you wish you could say to 10 different people:
♥ Hi there.
♥ Who are you?
♥ What's your problem?
♥ I just waisted a minute listening to you.
♥ Who do you think you are?
♥ Act your age dammit!!
♥ Wow, she/he is a slut.
♥ Why are you talking to me?
♥ Do you know me?
♥ Leave me alone....please.

9 things about yourself:
♥ I am scared of snakes.
♥ I'm a very wierd no seriously.
♥ I am friend worthy.
♥ I take it really hard when someone exit my life.
♥ I don't cry when it comes to death.
♥ I cry when I laugh too much.
♥ I am scared of disappointing the people around me.
♥ Leonson and I are almost the same height.
♥ I hate pink, but I have a lot of pink sweaters.

8 ways to win your heart:
♥ say something worth saying. or something smart.
♥ remember something i've said. let's me know that you listen.
♥ make me laugh.
♥ confidence is sexy. Cockyness is a joke.
♥ have an open mind.
♥ on a date, take me somewhere outside the norm (dinner/movie).
♥ Be willing to be my model. I'm a photographer.
♥ Have to be a nice person, both inside and out.

7 things that cross your mind often:
♥ What is in store for me.
♥ Will the earth end this year?
♥ The economy-recession
♥ The Vegan
♥ Please don't let me change my major.
♥ success - graduating college.
♥ my next move away from my parents.

6 things you do before you go to sleep:
♥ pray
♥ watch t.v.
♥ check my e-mail
♥ Blog
♥ Talk to Leonson
♥ Check on everyone.

5 people you couldn't live without:
♥ my parents
♥ my brother
♥ my vegan
♥ my my family
♥ my best friends.

4 things you're wearing right now:
♥ Jeans
♥ sweater
♥ tank
♥ sweats under my pants.

3 songs that you love:
♥ It's over - Jesse McCartney
♥ Robocop - Kanye West
♥ Decode - Paramore

2 things you want to do before you die:
♥ Go to Greece
♥ Start an organization for people in need.

1 confession:
♥ My vision isn't that good.

this really is hard!
okay, now YOU try :)

I've had enough.

I don't care if you are apart of any Law Enforcement. You work for the government to do right for the country and the people in it. Because of the position you are in does not mean that you have the right to take someone's life. I am from the caribbean, and the people around me taught me not to trust people, even the police. I thought the police were there to help. But I was wrong. I watched the news couple years back and heard of a policeman raping a girl. RAPE!! And because he worked for the government, they gave him a less sentence. But because of what the corrupt government is doing ( covering for their employees). The people took it upon themselves to take care of it. So, when it came time for the officer to leave prison; less than 2 days he was free. They killed him. Policemen in Jamaica cannot be trusted. That's why the people refer to them as Babylon. "Bun Babylon."
Now I was here looking at other people's blog and I saw a video of a citizen who was forced to the floor, and shot. First the beating of Rodney King, then Sean Bell, and Oscar Grant. There are way more police brutality, and us people need to take a stand.I'm sick and tired of it.

Sacramento Kings Prank.

The veterans of the Sacrameto Kings pranked a rookie because he didn't provide the team with their bagels and cream cheese. Retaliation is a bitch. Funny video.

Monday, January 5, 2009


I haven't wrote in a while. But I've been so busy. I'm off for an entire month before I go back to school, and I'm taking advantage of it. I'm watching movies back to back. Eating ice-cream and learning how to cook. I mean don't get me wrong, I'm good with the oven, but not the stove. My new year resolution is to keep my body fit. I've been slacking off these couple years and I gained a few pounds in my tummy. I'm on a mission to get rid of it. Good news, my mom and I made a deal. I do something for her every week and she will pay me. Nothing major, just clean the entire house. Nice going mummy.
I've got good news. I passed all my courses. Yea me!! (London). Let's just say I did really good......but my folks say I could've done better. I really hope I can keep it up for the semester coming up, then I'll be able to go on the Dean's List. Since I started college in June I had 2 other schools in mind which I would be able to transfer to. But since Leonson is going back to school, I decided to go to another school close by, rather than a different borough. I hate to be away from him. I spoke to my father. But he's saying those schools have the best program which I would like to be in. I understand what he is saying. But let's be honest, they are going to teach the same thing.... I already picked my major, but the problem is which area I would like to go in.
Oh yea, I almost forgot. I'm thinking of going to Florida AGAIN. But this time, I would like to go with my significant other. It seem as if I have to delay it for awhile because of this recession. The price to stay in a hotel now is just rediculous. As I am typing, I am listening to Robocop by Kanye West. This is my favourite song off his 808 album. Ok, I'm hungry now. This is me saying good night to everyone. I'm going to go eat and watch a movie.

Kanye West - Robocop

Daddy's Girls: Girl Talk

Friday, January 2, 2009

MP continued.

Motivational photos.

Products from Mark.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009


During the past few weeks I've been watching videos on youtube. This website can be be addictive, so be careful how you watch. Anywho. I was on it early this morning and I saw this video. Even though it is racist, I was laughing and was unable to control myself.

Black man in an elevator with a white woman. "You are provoking a savage attack."

This one has to be the most racist video I've ever seen. It's sad, yet funny at the same time. In this video you have get out of jail free card, basketball, and Kanye West. OMG