(If you hate Jeremy Clarkson, he’s my hero, but if you hate me and have read this post, and want me to have even less of a life - just send me a PM .) Worried about my future, but also excited about one thing: I’ll get to ride motorcycles and learn how to ride (very, very slowly) just as I did in my first few years in bike racing. Oh, and it’s with the help of the most highly decorated professional rider on the planet.

Spencer has just won the most-bicycle riding event in the world.

So while it’s been a bit up and down in the past few weeks, there’s been progress. I mean, the good news is I wasn’t dead, so everything’s gonna be okay. The bad news is that in July I had a blood clot in my leg that, while it could have been prevented, it forced me to make a trip to Spain to have a stent inserted.

And while I did my best to stay afloat, the stress of those procedures and going off to ride the most coveted sport on the planet was hard on me. I’ve always been a fighter and it’s hard to be like a human tank.

And the next few months… well, like I was saying: they’re probably gonna take a majorturn.

Thanks to all of you for all of your support; as much as I would love for this blog to simply be for my family, I do have my own life to lead now and after a life-changing surgery ( I literally went from 2 bones in my abdomen to 0 in 2 weeks ) I will need to be a bit more selective when it comes to all my fitness - especially to travel and participate in events. So, once again, please don’t drop me a thank you, just a littlelove, and a follow - just because you don’t care about your blog, does not mean you can’t leave a review or say something nice, because you really, really do care. The big thanks go out to:

The team at Rockstar Energy Drink

who were such a positive help with finding a better sponsor (again, don’t drop me a thank you - just think about it!)

My brother, for always being generous and supportive through most of this ;

and my dad, for all of the awesome support that was just not enough at the beginning to keep me going - to go to the most important surgery at a very inconvenient moment (and for the best dad in the world to always help me)

Since the late 1980s, Thunbergs top 20 lists have included only cyclists who were British or British-Americans, and now includes cyclists from everywhere else in the nation. Her top 20 Most Hated lists have consistently included both cyclists and pedestrians, but this time cyclists do not even make it to 10. How on earth did they do that? It is not because they’re a bunch of racists in their own culture, it isn’t even because they’re a bunch of cyclists who think that bike is the fastest thing on earth. No, it is because Thunbergs ‘Most Hated’ list consists entirely of cyclists whose primary goal is to survive in the very bad and unforgiving conditions of motorized transport.

Cyclists on the ‘most hated’ list:

  1. Timmy Jurgens (Gardner, CA) 2. John Frieski (San Francisco, CA) 3. Robert Gaddis (Glendale, CA) 6. Alan Schutte (New York, NY) 7. James E. Johnson (New York, NY) 8. Kevin Johnson (Baltimore, MD) 9. Bob Mackin (Seattle, WA) 10. Paul J. O’Neal (Tustin, CA) 11. George Ladd (Cherry Hill, NJ) 12. David A. Clark (New York, NY) 13. George Ladd (Cherry Hill, NJ) 15. Donald D. Pyle (Vancouver, WA) 16. David A. Clark(Vancouver, WA) 17. Michael Pyle (Vancouver, WA)

The ‘ Most Hated’ motorist list:

  1. David J. O’Brien (New York, NY) 2. James E. Johnson (New York, NY) 5. Joe V. DiStefano (Gainesville, GA) 6. John T. Heifner (Albany, GA) 8. Bob Mackin (Seattle, WA) 9. Paul J. O’Neal (Tustin, CA) 10. Thomas A. Wilson (Los Angeles, CA) 11. Jerry T. Rizzo (Pleasanton, CA) 14. Steve Rizzo (Pleasanton, CA) 19. Paul G. Gaddis (Harrisonburg, VA) 19. George Ladd (Cherry Hill, NJ) 10, 10.

These statistics do demonstrate that the top 10 places on Jim’s list for most hated motorist in a region are all counties with large parts of the population that have a number of cyclists, both individually and as cyclists in this case. Most of the people on the list for least hated are places with very small motor traffic , such as Seattle , or very large motor traffic , such as New York , in which the majority population is made up of pedestrians, mostly drivers, but it’s rare for them to be alone.

But, these aren’t ‘most hated’ streets on that list, but most hated areas on that list, and they also don’t necessarily include any large rural areas. To illustrate this, let’s look at one of the most hated roads on Jim’s list:

I used an online tool called “Riders of the Roads” to find the roads on our site that ranked at least 20% on a list of 30 of the most hated roads in America, and found that 13,624 of them were on my most hated list, that is, were either located on the western edge of the United States, or along the border with Mexico, and were in areas that had large percentages of motor vehicles and pedestrians. This shows that the most loved roads on this list are not always the most traveled roads, but more likely are places where the most motor vehicles were present, and where the most pedestrians were present.

All ten most hated roads have less than 1.5 percent of their street surfaces filled with cars and trucks or cars and drivers which is really the only way you can measure the ‘most hated’ part of a road. The road that rank at the bottom of my ‘Most Hated’ list is a major thoroughfare, a 10 mile stretch of Highway 20, in the state of Virginia. A portion of that road has been renamed as Highway 395, and it’s now a major thoroughfare.

The reason the road I chose doesn’t quite do the ‘most hated’ impression on everyone is that in addition to the ‘most hated’ designation by Jim, it has a median speed of 55 mph well off the national average of 61.6 mph it’s the national minimum of traffic speeds for roads in the United States. You can see one such instance in the map below, showing the median speed and the miles per hour for

And now that she was two she had a really awesome grandma that was a really great role model for her as part of her community.

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That brings me right back to my original question - how do we get out of this situation? My goal would be to find a way to connect with someone that she might recognize. I’m going to keep trying and this was really just a test. I went to one of my online friends and asked if he would find a girl that she did recognize. He said “absolutely” then, a nice moment of honesty, he said “I couldn’t do that, because I don’t know her.” So I said “Well, maybe you can look her up online?” He said, yeah, of course, why not, if you want I found someone who lives in another country. Including a website. He then tried for about 15 minutes and couldn’t find any connection from either of them, so he had left her name out of his phone conversation. But then he messaged me to update me. We talked for like 4 hours, and he told me he was going to move here eventually. Here’s what he said: “I have no idea where in China she is going - she could be making over $1200 a month. She’s the type of girl I would be working with, you know? I can’t take it. Her income is a bit higher there. I don’t know what kind of work I can do for her - I’m basically like a friend of her but I can’t talk to her.” In an effort to find any connection with the girl, and trying to get information on anything about her life. He went on to tell me “I’m looking to find out that she’s married. I’ve tried contacting her for her phone number and when you know she’s not answering, you start sending her messages, texting her. This could help, but don’t rush to call her.”

That brings me right back to my original question - what would it look like to be able to reach a Chinese woman who was just about the same age of my girl? What would that look like? I’m going to use a picture of myself. Basically, this is what I look like.

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In case anyone was curious, it’s a girl that I know of who is currently living in China.

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Wow. But that little thing of my face is huge. It’s not an exaggeration that when somebody looks into my face, they realize that I’m a big guy. This is definitely one of the things that Asian people struggle with in their lives. People do try to talk to us and meet with us. But usually the conversation takes a lot longer and a lot more awkward than it otherwise would have. Plus they look a lot more intimidating and unapproachable at that point. That’s exactly what they are trying to avoid in this situation. Because these are the things that I’m trying to do.

Now it’s your turn.. How do you feel about having to look into my eyes that I’m in the middle of speaking to? I’ve also put up pictures, so that you can get a better idea of how it would look if I were here in America instead of just in China (which I’m pretty sure is the correct answer).

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“Oh please,” I protested as I watched the monitor. “Hehe, I’m just taking the opportunity to let you know I don’t believe you…”

“I don’t trust you,” I stated. “I guess that comes with the territory. Alright, I am going to leave, you see? Bye bye.” As I walked to the door, I gave a quick hug to the camera person as I left. “You’re welcome!” she exclaimed as I was finally leaving.

“This game needs help.” I muttered as I walked out of the room. I had no clue what to do next, even with the help I was receiving. I hadn’t ever been able to win this game; my knowledge in that field was fairly limited. I looked back at the screen that had just shown me the picture of her body and a photo of her and I sighed. It was only going to get worse when I found out what she’d done. I felt a sense of foreboding. She was at my place again, I was sure of it! But I couldn’t give in, could I? I looked back up at the screen and frowned. There was still time, I knew; I could still make a difference, a difference that I had been desperately looking for. I looked back down at the room, and found that I had yet to tell any of my sisters that I had been a little careless with them. My eyes went back up to the screen.

“You can’t play as safe as that.” I explained as I walked down the hall. “People think it’s fun to take your time; however, if I had been more attentive I wouldn’t have made this mistake.”

“I’m sorry.” The screen said as it returned a picture of her in a red dress. “I was too absorbed in your words and voice to pay attention.” As I walked down the hall, I paused to make my point. “Now for a good time…” I said. The screen snapped back to its standard configuration. I stared down the hall, the tension in my arms was starting to boil over. It had been my intention to make the screen return a beautiful picture of this girl, but I only succeeded in causing her to take up more of the screen than she needed. I turned away from her and looked up at the screen; it was now showing my sister lying on the bed dressed in her bedhead. Now, even with the camera, I couldn’t tell the entire truth about what I had done with her on my own. It just didn’t seem right that someone had to go through that. As I looked back down at the screen, I realized that although I would never admit it to her, somehow I was starting to feel guilty for what she had done. I felt a little bit guilty for being a victim of her desire, I felt that, somehow, I deserved to be punished and this punishment seemed to be too severe. Maybe, just maybe, she’d forgive me because of this time. It felt like I was falling into a trance. I turned to walk down the hall, and saw her again, I knew her name.

I was in a rush to get out of this room; I’d gotten a headcount earlier in the day, and there was a girl living in the room. I hurried over to the entrance and knocked, the door opened and a cute red haired girl stepped out. “Hello, is it? I hope I’m not bothering you, but I guess it’s probably been a while since we spoke.” She smiled at me, and I felt her hand on my arm.

“I think you’re making me feel really weird,” she said as she smiled ever so slightly. I frowned as she pointed at my crotch, and she let out a small sob. “I meant when you came home with that…”

“You didn’t mean that.” A quick apology came from my mouth. “I’ll make sure not to do it again, okay?” She giggled, and turned to walk away. I took to my heels, and followed her. I didn’t feel embarrassed about it, because it was obvious she did see me walking behind her. As we walked back to my house, I was in constant worry about her. Had her behavior gotten overreactive? Had I become like her brother, her pet? I wanted to tell her how horrible it was, but I didn’t know how to proceed. I hadn’t talked to her for a long time. I had no idea how to give her the message she needed in order for her to forgive me. Her silence was so long I was beginning to despair, she might not even listen. As we entered behind the house, I knew she was waiting for me.

The front door creaked open with an unfamiliar noise from inside, not from a bird, but from her. She stood behind me and grabbed my arm, making sure I couldn’t leave. I took a step back,

But, all jokes aside, here’s a short list of all the Kardashian/West relationships.

  1. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West The Kim-Kanye’s relationship began in 2012 when Kanye was in the middle of being arrested for a reckless driving case. He was never charged with anything and his girlfriend Kim Kardashian got a restraining order against him because she was worried about his threatening behavior towards her. Later that year Kim and Kanye started wearing a lot of different outfits at the same time and things quickly snowballed from there. They have been married for 5 years.

  2. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West Kim and Kanye started dating in 2014 and she was only 19 at the time, but they were very close at that time and she was a fan of his. They started a little side project known as The Kardashians, which was focused on the adventures of the family. They would frequent Hollywood & West LA and make a bunch of appearances at different music and arts gigs.

  3. Kanye West & Kim Kardashian When Kim was 18 years old, an article in The Daily Mail came out stating that Kanye would marry her. He never did! She did not marry Kanye but he did get so upset he told his manager and family to “move out of the building”. The Kardashian family stayed in the hotel room for the next few days until they got the proper address from their parents. They had a very rocky relationship in the beginning, but things really came back into calm once Kanye got a head start on his acting career. They made a special appearance in the movie One Direction and then in 2015 they decided to begin a series of reality TV shows.

  4. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West & Kim Kardashian West Kanye and Kim started dating in 2013, though in the public eye she has said her relationship with him began long before that. They appear to have a very rocky relationship now, but from her point-of-view you could say this was a very successful relationship. Kanye also has an impressive Instagram following.

  5. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West & Kim Kardashian West Kim’s first relationship with Kanye never had any love interest to speak of. In fact, Kim is rumored to have gone to a therapist twice after the breakup.

  6. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West & Kim Kardashian West Kanye and Kim were married on June 10th, 2015. There were rumors that some of their family members had been involved in the marriage. Things didn’t even get going for the couple until after Kanye was able to get his career started again because of the success of his debut album New Blood, because the two worked together as The BasedGod with his brother in “New Blood”. Since they were still new to each other, the marriage was very short-lived though.

  7. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West & Kim Kardashian West It’s no secret that Kanye West started dating Kim Kardashian the night of her 19th birthday. The two were originally rumored to be dating in October 2011. According to her own website, Kim had her doubts about the relationship at first but eventually came around to them getting together as the website explained. The site also said that she had an affair with Kanye which caused her to start spending too much time with him.

(Airdate: November 23, 2015)

In this episode, I’m going to tell you why I think what Quentin Tarantino wants to create is an awesome TV series, but I admit I don’t feel the same way about it as I did when I first heard that his film is being adapted.

My reasoning for finding Tarantino’s vision to be brilliant was made after watching a lot of the stuff he’s done since 1999. And it all makes perfect sense.

The Irishman is part of a “cult” movie universe that Tarantino describes as a sort of “soul-food that is never finished”. It’s just like a meal, that a person will want to eat and then die over. This meal exists in many forms and is only ever going to be served more frequently and more regularly than in the present history of the human race. This is the story of a group of guys and a girl who take their jobs at the police station quite seriously, and in their day-to-day interactions they get to know each other and come to the important moments between themselves. A simple, but fascinating story to watch.

The main character, Sam Malone, is a police detective. One of them has been fired after his partner is killed, and the rest have to deal with it by themselves. Sam Malone has been dealing with his anger for several years and is being led to believe that their new commander is going to let go of all of the bad guys in the case. Which he will. This has made the other people at the station nervous, or worse, hostile towards Sam who they think will ruin the image of the new boss.

The first four episodes of the whole series seem to be set out in black and white and not even the “normal” color we associate with crime dramas. It’s as if Tarantino has done his own rendition of a James Bond film (The Maltese Falcon) with the police station in black and white and the killer on the loose. One of Quentin’s “characters” is the main subject of a murder and the other is the victim, but it’s either that or they’re seen side by side. It’s a strange experience if you think about it, the first episode is all black and white, and the next one, if you can call it that, is black and white, all the way through. That gives that feeling in the mind of the viewer that “They’re going to keep what’s happening to me until the end of time” and it doesn’t even matter if the killer is ever caught or is simply the new boss (since the killer is never caught). Because it’s really clear that they’re using “The Dark Knight” as their template, just with a “darker” palette.

The “theme” of The Dark Knight is that each of us is either one of the good guys or the bad guy. There’s no good guy or bad guy here. When you’re an ordinary man you’re the victim, when you’re Bruce Wayne you’re a hero. In the police station? The innocent are persecuted, and when you’re a special agent you’re accused of being a criminal, and even if there isn’t any law against it you’re held up to the same standards as everyone else, and you have to prove you’re not one of the bad guys. Sam Malone is the hero, but how can that be when his character has taken his own life when, like all good guys, everything else in the world is in the hands of the evil police.

Why can’t there be a police station, in that setting, where it’s the characters who are doing the good and not the bad? It’s why I don’t buy the idea that the movie should just be about the characters, because there’s a reason why people are willing to spend millions of dollars making an action movie for a TV show, a big bankable franchise like this is one of them.

Here’s the main point - I don’t think Tarantino saw that this should be a TV show, and to have just one kind of “drama” for the entire series. Tarantino and his team could have just put most of the story there in the first episode as they would, and the show would still have needed to evolve and grow and add new characters from the series into it.

The second episode, while it is black and white, is even more of a mystery story in how the murderer is “tracing” his way through the station in order to catch and kill the one person on the police force who hasn’t done too well with his job, but still has all of the right connections.

The third episode is really a mystery story, with the killer and all of the new police recruits in the station going up against it. So they get a little bit of information out of it, but it doesn’t necessarily help anything, only that it’s something. In the fourth episode we get more of the “weird” aspects of it, like

This episode starts with Javi and Sideshow Bob meeting up with Sideshow Bob at the Sideshow Bob Thanksgiving Day Parade with the rest of Sideshow Bobs, a very nice and warm reunion. Then it’s time for Javi to meet Baked Alaska in the middle of his run. Baked starts by giving Javi a hard time then makes a deal with Javi for a gift.

After he does the deal to get a gift, this is where things get awkward between the two. Javi tries to do his gift, but when Baked doesn’t give it his way, Javi takes it upon himself to “kick ass” to get Baked’s gift. He’s trying to make a point about Baked’s poor, poor charity, but Javi is not really doing anything here. We get some of the best acting in all of Sideshow Bobs history here.

As Javi gives his bad gift to Baked, I actually laughed at some of Sideshow Bob and Miley’s faces. The only problem here is that it feels like Javi is completely breaking character. As far as he’s concerned, Javi is a bad man. After all he’s doing, Miley and Baked are really a pair of good ladies and Miley’s the only one Javi even considers a “bitch.”

After a brief pause as Javi tries to get “blessed” by Miley, I started to really get into this episode. Javi is a character I’m really rooting for, the one that shows all the wrongs and faults that Miley and Baked have. The fact that Baked manages to save the day is nice, as is the fact that Javi is helping those really hard times get better. The scene with Javi and Miley on Thanksgiving, at the tail end of another bad day for Miley, really was pretty great. Javi looks devastated and in tears by the end and the fact that Miley and the rest of the group are smiling in the background really added to the drama in this episode.

We then head into an episode that I really appreciated for how little it went into specifics. Javi and Miley go to the Holiday Fair to buy some gifts for a neighbor. Later on, a large gathering of Miley and her close friends comes together for Christmas dinner. These scenes were some of Miley’s best acting out of any of her movies. The scenes with Miley are very moving since she’s suffering from a lot of stress and is trying to break free of something she thinks is the reason she got into rehab. The scene with her father and brother is equally moving as they are fighting and trying to get him to reconcile. The scene with Miley’s parents and their fight is the best fight scene that Miley has ever had in the Sideshow Bob franchise and I can’t wait to see her doing more of this in future episodes.

After this we get some of my favorite scenes (or scenes I’m afraid of). Javi is eating Baked’s turkey, which Javi had always wanted to. Javi shows more affection toward Baked here than he ever did toward Javi in “Christmas With Javi”. It’s great seeing this side of Javi and it makes me want to see how long Baked will be able to keep his promise. Later on is where our Javi sees what Baked has to say for him. Javi and Baked have been watching the Sideshow Bob Holiday Parade. At first Javi is skeptical because he is expecting a more positive response; he was hoping it would be “A nice family, happy family,” but it was actually a negative response. It’s clear that Javi really thinks he didn’t make the right choice when at the end, Javi says “I want to make you laugh, but I only have one joke for you”. We saw Baked say that joke a bit earlier in the episode, but it was great to see Javi laughing into the TV at the end of his show. Javi said “I only have one joke for you”‘ which meant that Javi would only have one time to say this joke and I love the fact that Javi said this “The only thing I have left for you is your mommy” joke as an apology for having to put this thing up on his big screen. The rest of the holiday season Javi is “Baked’s” guest.

“I won’t eat your turkey!” As always, they’re doing Miley’s part to make Javi laugh too. At the end of the episode, Javi goes back to Sideshow Bob HQ to visit Miley and Baked’s father, who is in the middle

That’s the story behind this week’s “Weird News” video, featuring the girls of POPSUGAR, “Celebrating Thanksgiving Together” from 11 pm CT. You need the video, right now . That’s the story behind this week’s “Weird News” video, featuring the girls of, “Celebrating Thanksgiving Together” from.

#MileyCyrus And Cody Simpson Get Out The Bags

Weird News: We are thrilled to reveal new details about Miley’s new album, “Wildest Dreams ,” with her new single, “Wrecking Ball.” The song is available now. We are thrilled to reveal new details about Miley’s new album, “Wildest Dreams,” with her new single, “Wrecking Ball.” The track, featuring Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj and Wiz Khalifa, is available after downloading the free iOS and Android apps from iTunes Music Store, Apple’s website or Google Play. “Wrecking Ball” is a love song based on Cyrus’ current pregnancy and birth. With lyrics reminiscent of Jeezy’s “SexyBack,” the song’s main instrument is a traditional-sounding harp called the “Kubuk.” There’s also a duet during the song “that’s like Miley Cyrus,” where Cyrus’ vocals are played by Minaj’s vocals. You can view the full album cover, by clicking here. The music video was directed by Miley Cyrus and co-directed by her longtime friend, music video director Tim League . It’s no surprise to hear that Miley Cyrus’ new single “Wrecking Ball” has a video too. For the album pre-release this week, the video premiered on a short series of videos that were uploaded to the artist’s Twitter account and Instagram, in which she talks about her pregnancy and birth. From left: Miley, Wiz Khalifa, Nicki Minaj, Tim League. All photographs courtesy of Miley Cyrus . A photo posted by Miley Cyrus (@mileycyrus) on Nov 20, 2016 at 3:34pm PST

Celebrating Thanksgiving Together For Thanksgiving, Miley wants food and friends. But they’re just that at the Thanksgiving table. Watch Miley and her friends make “Wrecking Ball” for us in the video above.

The #MileyCyrusAndCodySimpson “Weird News” video was created by comedian and blogger Tim League, who is best known for his parody of the viral song “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” with Nicki Minaj and Rihanna. In his video, Miley Cyrus eats several slices of turkey and then eats the rest herself. She even gives some of the turkey to her friend, Cody Simpson, saying, “It’s alright. I already have enough!” The fun-filled and funny video features the boys of POPSUGAR singing, “Celebrating Thanksgiving Together” , with Miley showing off several of the gifts that have been sent to her since her pregnancy. But the highlight is when she asks, “Did I do the right thing?” on the video. “What if it was a turkey that was sent to me from a stranger? ‘Dude, you’re pregnant? Yeah, why am I gonna eat it today?’ “ Weird News: We are thrilled to reveal new details about Miley’s new album, Wildest Dreams. The song is available now. We are thrilled to reveal new details about Miley’s new album,Wildest Dreams. The song, featuring Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj and Wiz Khalifa, is available now. The track, featuring Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj and Wiz Khalifa, is available after downloading the free iOS and Android apps from iTunes Music Store, Apple’s website or Google Play. “Wrecking Ball” is a love song based on Cyrus’ current pregnancy and birth. With lyrics reminiscent of Jeezy’s “SexyBack,” the song’s main instrument is a traditional-sounding harp called the “Kubuk.” There’s also a duet during the song “that’s like Miley Cyrus,” where Cyrus’ vocals are played by Minaj’s vocals. You can view the full album cover, by clicking here. The music video was directed by Miley Cyrus and co-directed by her longtime friend, music video director Tim League. It’s no surprise to hear that Miley Cyrus’ new single “Wrecking Ball” has a video too. For the album pre-release this week, the video premiered on a short series of videos that were uploaded to the artist’s Twitter account and Instagram, in which she talks about her pregnancy and birth. From left: Miley, Wiz Khalifa, Nicki Minaj, Tim League. All photographs courtesy of

As I told your mother that statement to you, you looked down at the floor. And so he went on. “One night there was a black man in her house with a shotgun. She fired a shot, and the thing shot back, and hit her. He killed her. She was screaming. She didn’t know why she was so mad. She tried to run from the place, saying,

“Why did you do it? Why did you shoot me, sir?”. She didn’t even know why she was mad. It was as if she couldn’t find a reason.”

For a second, I got up and asked, “Did you try to run?”. There was your mother shaking her head no. And so I left it there. I can’t believe she said that. “I never talked about it with her.” I still felt guiltiness. I still felt for her. I still wondered what she thought. I left her alone afterwards, and only spoke to my mother when she was feeling sick. I don’t think she realised that I told her that I wasn’t ready to open that gate. “Yeah, I knew the guy was the gun. He had the black man with him. He told her just to hide under the bed. He said he was on his way.”

She wasn’t supposed to know that. She would have killed him then. I’m still angry that she didn’t tell me what he had said, or how he’d done it, or his name. We were supposed to be friends but we never talked to each other.

When I told her the night she was killed, and we had got out of school, she was horrified. She had no idea. She didn’t realise that her murder was part of the gang. She had no reason to lie to me about anything. Her feelings for me wasn’t the same after she knew the truth. Her whole life she was only thinking of me, and that meant she didn’t really care about anything else. She only had me, in the end.

My mother never stopped loving me. Her love made me a better person. When my father died, and she was in a difficult place, I felt responsible for her. It was obvious she was really, really hurting. She was an awful person, but I never felt guilt for that. I love her and I never wanted to do what she did. I’m sure she was a bad person who had bad intentions. But I will have nothing to do with her. I will never be in the same room as her. I can’t forgive her. And I don’t believe a word she said.

We know that the main motive in these murders was to gain power. At least that’s what I believe. You can see from the story, how easily the people who kill are able to get power. They are the ones who kill with all of their can-do spirit. The gang is able to get power so easily. The only thing that was missing was to have power over the victims… but because the motive was killing these people, we’ll probably never find that out. Not just me, the rest of the world. But the point is that even after these murders, the gang is able to stay on the road to being the dominant gang in Los Angeles, even though they’ll always be at least as evil as any of their partners before them. It hasn’t been easy to find a way to get rid of the gang, as those who know something are likely to tell. I’m sure some of it is because it was a hard time for the gang. That’s also true. It was hard for many people on the streets. They were sick. They were in a terrible, awful, horrible situation. They really didn’t have a choice in the matter, right? But I suppose the gang made a lot of people feel worse about their lives, right? Sure, this was just like every other dark and terrible life. But the fact is that even though my dad didn’t have control over my life, he did have control over me. My mom is my role-model and for some reason that was it. Because she was good, we all felt a sense of belonging and loved. I was good… she was good. In a way, we’re still the same. She was never an evil person, no matter who anyone told me she was. Nothing she said to me, had anything

and as usual, it takes nothing from no one, and takes none from Oprah, in this case by taking a photo of herself and saying “I’m from the hood” and getting a quote from her. “I’m from the hood,” is a quote that could have been used on Oprah a few months ago by another rapper, and is likely to be used on others. “I’m from the hood,” is just a way of saying, “I’m more of an outsider compared to most white people”. Oprah knows who her fans are, so how can that not be an interesting quote? It’s also the type of thing that Oprah, herself, often does. The other aspect that makes this really interesting, is the way it uses her own name, “I’m from the hood”. It just makes the concept of the video so much more appealing to me. We’ve all been guilty of such a mindset. Oprah would rather use her own name than another rapper’s name, so I guess that, too, is a way of saying she’s more of a outsider compared to most rappers. That being said, if Oprah can be this generous with her own name, how about she uses her own music title? “I’m from the hood” is a great song, so why isn’t that more prominent? I know how music sounds, and I know that songs can sound more interesting by using their own name and/or the title. Also, if “I’m from the hood” can be mentioned without any additional material, that’s an amazing example of just how easy it is to get a quote out of one. Maybe I’m doing this in the wrong way, but I think the music speaks for itself.

How did “I’m from the hood” get placed in the trailer?

Once again, we get a similar quote out of Oprah Winfrey. “I’m from the hood”. When you start to read up on this video, you’ll end up reading a lot about what Oprah’s title, “I’m from the hood”, means. Let me just say that this is an excerpt from the book “The Uninvited” : There’s a story, and no one tells it, because it is not told in official circles, just as there’s a story that you might be surprised to learn about that goes something like this: I was in a bar, and a guy was talking about, I think, something about a friend of his who was from Oklahoma [of interest, Oklahoma is also the place where “I’m from the hood” was originally spoken, see above]. One day a young white boy walked into the bar, and said to the barkeeper, “Can I have a drink?” I couldn’t really see it, but I know that it has something to do with the race of the person who answered the question. After the young white boy left the bar, one of his friends was in the lobby and said to him, “Did you say something about his friend?” “Yes,” the big fat white boy replied, “that he talked about a friend who was from Oklahoma.”

So, this story gets told in no official circles. What is the story? Well, just back up and read that last sentence again. This quote is a paraphrase of the man’s own comments to his barkeeper. It’s also paraphrased by the title of the song. So what about the time this story first appeared in the film? There’s a quote there that was spoken by Oprah Winfrey one time to some reporters, but the quote has been pulled from the Internet. Where is the other quote that I’m talking about? You’ll have to google it for yourself, but here it is in a very simple form: “The reason I’m going there is because my boy from Oklahoma told me about you. He talked about my friend who lives in Oklahoma.” It will take a lot of work but I think this answer works so the rest of your lives, you will use this quote when describing “I am from the hood.” So, now I’m alluding to this story saying it was Oprah’s friend’s kid. It’s a long story, but this little snippet will easily get in all your head.

The song itself is a typical heavy ballad, with the verses about “the neighborhood” ending in the “G” phrase. Also the song starts with a line about “gangs”, which of course is the most common form of a street gang. The “hood” part of the song is an allusion to the whole thing, if you’ve noticed. Also, one of the most famous gang members in the world is known as El Rey (not EZ) who is on the gang’s rap record. So, this is a classic line used all over the gangsta history of the city, the “Gangster” part of the song is made up of a bunch of

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