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Watch This [Oct. 26th, 2006|04:02 pm]
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*disclaimer* if you like G-dub and that sort of thing you will not like this video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6waWS0Y3Ubc&eurl=
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PARKA [Oct. 16th, 2006|01:42 am]
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i have an olive drab fishtail parka, american military surplus, size medium(fits like an xl) for sale if anybody wants one. faux fur hood. very skinhead/mod.
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As always its been a while [Sep. 19th, 2006|02:19 pm]
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i am listening to the exploding hearts, which is never a good idea for me when i am sad. i am still in a lot of pain and still really doped up. the drugs are making me super paranoid and super sad. i feel like everything happening in my house is some how connected to me eating shit and hurting myself. i keep feeling like i am being over dramatic but everyone assures me i am not. yeah i don't know what to say i am not very eloquent anymoreee.
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yo [Sep. 16th, 2006|07:32 pm]
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i got in a bike accident and fucked my shit up. i cant drive so if you want you can come and visit me.
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For all Skinheads, Rudies, Mods and lovers of reggae [May. 25th, 2006|08:32 pm]
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May 25, 2006
Singer Desmond Dekker dead at 64

Desmond Dekker - the man who rose to fame on Jamaica's airwaves with popular songs such as "The Israelites", "Intensified" and 007 - is dead.
The man who was christened Desmond Adolphus Dacres was born in July 16, 1941 died Thursday morning.

With his backing group, The Aces, Desmond Decker had the first international hit with The Israelites".

There are very few artistes left today who truly represented the best moments of the first decade of popular Jamaican music.

As a young man Desmond worked in a Jamaican welding shop. And his singing while working there served notice that he had quite a voice.

He had one thing in common with other Jamaican artistes such as Jimmy Cliff and Derrick Morgan, Desmond Dekker was produced by Leslie Kong of Beverly records.

He formed his group the Aces, which at times included Wilson James and various siblings from the Howard family, including Barry, Carl, Clive, and Patrick.

After changing his professional name to Dekker, in 1967 he and the group recorded 007 (Shanty Town), which made it to ..14 on the UK chart.

In 1963 his first break came with the single "Honour your father.

In 1968 the group won the festival song competition with the single - Intensified. His second album was also titled Intensified.

Another hit followed with the Israelites, this reached number one on the English pop charts in 1969.

The death of his guide and mentor Leslie Kong in 1971 was a tragic blow.

Desmond eventually migrated to England where he later modified his music for the English market.

His many hits and concerts made him a star among the English youths, who were then discovering the rhythmic patterns of reggae and who would ultimately imitate his Jamaican "rude boy" style.

Desmond became one of the leading lights of the music scene in Jamaica until the end of the 1960s and was particularly inspired and productive between 1966 and 1970.

He continued to perform and record into the 90's. With his death - he has gone down in history as one of those who paved the way around the world with the infectious beat - serving notice that reggae music had arrived.


very sad, desmond was my introduction to good reggae.
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(no subject) [Mar. 31st, 2006|02:07 pm]
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IF SOMEONE DOESNT PLAY FRISBEE WITH ME IM GOING TO KICK MY FUCKING DOG
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seriously on the prowl [Nov. 28th, 2005|03:52 pm]
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yo im seriously single, well i have been seriously single, and im totally looking for fun girls to date, people hook me up with your friends, i swear this is not desperation im just looking to meet some new people.

pat
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the shit has hit the fan [Nov. 23rd, 2005|02:24 pm]
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ok so monday night i broke my car in new jersey. going down 38 east right in front of cherry hill mall 3 of my 5 wheel studs break and my wheel falls off stranding me in jersey. it cost me 105 dollars to get towed home, and it would have been worth it if the driver hadnt torn off my front bumper getting my shit off the flat bed.

tuesday i go into work, work for 6 hours have a meeting with some loss prevention people, because i was supposedly recieving free goods from the deli at work. i entered into the meeting without my union rep, and there isnt much they can do when you are accused of stealing. so this is all bullshit and i will most likely loose my job im suspended until further notice at this point. they could have gotten rid of me before i started sweating.

there is a lot of other petty shit going on but its enough to make me want to play in traffic. i have never been more depressed in my life. i leave the house to smoke cigs and thats about it. i havent eaten anything since i was suspended because it makes me want to vomit. i dont know what the fuck to do
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things i have learned lately [Nov. 7th, 2005|01:50 pm]
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-friends come and go, your family will always love you

-never second guess yourself other people will do it for you

-i'm a heartless, uncaring, emotionless piece of trash drunk

-alcohol only solves your problems for a few hours

-no matter what you do to change yourself for the better someone will still find something wrong

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-i stand for nothing, and i am too much about fashion
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(no subject) [Oct. 31st, 2005|02:41 pm]
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if anyone wants to watch the steelers/get shitty drunk/celebrate the holiday tonight call me up im all about it.

pat
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