30 July 2010
I'm just getting hip to this guy. He's with Rostrum Records and is only the second rapper I know to hail from Pittsburgh. I enjoyed my listen to a few of his tracks and a mixtape. And of course I look forward to hearing him work with Wiz. Never heard of him? Get on it!
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09 July 2010
Disappoinment in his decision should never result in some of the reactions people are exhibiting. Basketball is not a hobby for NBA players... it's a CAREER. And in our careers we have to make hard choices, and that is what he did. It is clear that James has unconditional love for his home in Ohio, and it hurt him to leave. But in the end, we must all do what is best for ourselves. The ungrateful Cleveland fans should be praising LeBron for what he made that team. He single-handedly made the Cavaliers franchise more than relevant in the league. And for that, they must respect him.
07 July 2010
Brassieres, more commonly known as bras, are the device women use to cover, lift, and support their breasts. I personally have lost the desire to wear them and have grown to resent them. A while ago I had a trial period to see how going bra-less felt.. and I loved it! My barely-Bcup boobies enjoyed the freedom from the restraint that many women use as a crutch. I think we too heavily depend on them to make our breasts look "better" or perkier or even bigger. But to each her own.
Breasts are beautiful, so why cover them? I have decided that from now on I will not wear bras on a daily basis for the simple fact that I don't need to. My boobs are beautiful in their natural form and I won't constrain them just to make them look like something that they're not. Living in a society full of conformists, my ways seem unconventional to most. The photo of me burning my bra is metaphorically freedom of expression. It represents breaking the the limitations of societal standards on the way we act, talk, dress... how we live.