Monday, December 31, 2007
Congratulations Christina...You Just Made The Bucket List
Sorry Rih Rih
millian pool
millian pool 2
millian pool 3


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Wednesday, December 26, 2007
What Does It Take To Be #1?
*thank you Candy. I loved all the gifts, especially this one. Very thoughtful

1 Fantasy
2 Fantasy
3 Fantasy

The Secret Agents have been #1 for the past 15 days. We've taken a commanding 500 point lead over the nearest team. Remember I Can Make You Second? Well he's currently in 3rd and in serious danger of Ralph passing him; leaving him in fourth place.

The competition is officially eliminated.

He Flies

Kobe Bryant was a great earner for us. Dropping 40 FPs (Fantasy Points) per game as a member of the organization. Andrew Bynum was the star on Christmas Day, also bringing in the team about $1,000,000 in salary cap space. But they'll be riding the bench this week.

I'm proud to announce the re-signing of Chris Paul. He'll be part of our superstar 3 guard backcourt with Steve Nash and Allen Iverson

We're also happy to announce the signing of future all-star Al Jefferson and his teammate Rashad Maccants. Or how we like to call him, Rashad McCAN!

The Secret Agents loves all their players and will continue to eat humble pie (at least in public). We work hard to be #1 in our league and appreciate every single one of our players. We also would like to extend an olive branch to any of the other teams who need help revamping their squads. We now offer freelance consulting through The Famous Firm. Help us help you.

Thank You

Your Favorite GMs Favorite Team Owner



posted by Sickamore @ 12:25 PM   2 comments
Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Live Young Die Famous
Christmas Gift

Birthday/Christmas gift from Rich. Only "Fuck The Knicks" out of frustration.


posted by Sickamore @ 10:21 PM   1 comments
My Life Is A Movie 2007

I'm a movie junkie. I'd be in a theater everyday if time permitted. This year I saw about 50 in the theater. Here's the breakdown:

Favorite Movie

Runner Up
American Gangster

Dope Movies
The Bourne Ultimatum
Knocked Up
Blades Of Glory
Ocean's 13
The Pursuit Of Happiness
3:10 To Yuma
Michael Clayton
Mr. Brooks
The Good Shepard
Eastern Promises
The Last King Of Scotland
Casino Royale
The Lives Of Others
Before The Devil Knows You're Dead
Lust, Caution
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
The Bucket List

Didn't Think It Would Be Good But Was:
No Reservations
Shoot Em Up
I Am Legend

Thought It Would Be Way Better:
The Brave One
The Simpsons
Saw IV
Hostel Part II
We Own The Night

Indifferent About:
Live Hard Or Die Free
I Think I Love My Wife
Smokin Aces
Daddy's Little Girls
Illegal Tender
Mr Untouchable
Spiderman 3

Fell Asleep Watching:

Pirates Of The Caribbean: At The World's End
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
The Kingdom
No Country For Old Men

Couldn't Pay Me To Watch:
Stomp The Yard
Fred Claus
Sydney White
Rush Hour 3

Still Want To See:
Good Luck Chuck (Love You Alba)
Children Of Men
Into The Wild
P2 (I dunno why)
Brooklyn Rules
Romance And Cigarettes
Darfur Now
Reservation Road
The Transformers
Gone, Baby, Gone


posted by Sickamore @ 10:09 AM   8 comments
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
...She Shoud Win A ESPY


posted by Sickamore @ 6:49 PM   8 comments
What They've Also Learned In 2007
More "What They've Learned In 2007" from friends ad associates

William Kutchum III
Writer, Future Magazine Owner

Got this idea from reading Sickamore's blog, who got his idea from Esquire magazine. Basically, this is just "the condensed life lessons, knowledge and weird insights" from my past year.

-Entrepreneurship/self-enterprising is the only way. Journalism is my love and freelancing is my hustle, but I've gotten fucked over on too many checks by too many magazines and web sites this past year to depend on them anymore. I'ma keep freelancing, but starting my own publication, book and other ventures is more than an aspiration now: it's a necessity. Word to Adisa Banjoko, Steve "Flash" Juon, and the rest.

-Knowing successful people is valuable for more reasons than you may think. Not only because they can give you connections that you need or give you career advice, but because they're inspiration and they can keep you hungry. Y'all think I'm doing my thing? When you see who I chat with that's my age - Danya Steele, Tionna Smalls, Miso Brown, aforementioned Sickamore - it's a necessity.

-Speaking of Danya Steele and Tionna Smalls, I've realized that I need to wife a woman who's really, really doing her thing from a career standpoint. Not only will we connect better, but a woman who can handle her biz - especially if she's innovative with how she does it - is sexy as fuck to me. And if she looks good? Wrap.

-I'm going to start getting involved in fantasy sports from now on, namely football and/or basketball. ESPN is the only TV channel I watch, all my people do it, and it'll give me more reason to watch games more consistently and analyze these sports better. Plus, that shit just looks fun; I feel left out as hell when cats are talkin' about their fantasy stats around me.

-I really wish I would've learned the value of saving money earlier in my college career. Any young'n's who read this, stay fly, but stay secure, too. You'll understand what I'm saying in a few years.

-I swear I'ma make some YouTube videos this year. I've got a webcam on my Dell XPS M1330, but I don't know what the fuck to make a video about; my ideas always seem like their better articulated through writing.

-On a relevant note, my essentials list: Dell XPS M1330, Blackberry 8800, 80GB iPod (I'm still on my 5th gen, hopefully copping the 160GB new joint sometime next year), Sony IC Recorder (props to Thelonious G for the return), and Sony 7.2 megapixel Cyber-Shot (not as dope as my nigga Miso's shit, but hey, it works). I can't wait to get more bread so I can cop shit as much as I want.

-On another relevant note, popularity hasn't been something I've strived for since like high school, but I wanna be popular so I can get a deal advertising a product I love (preferably a Blackberry). Getting free, customized shit and tapping my name on something I either already use or fully advocate , just because of who you are, is dope as hell to me. See: Dwayne Wade, John Mayer, etc.

-I used to think it was overrated. But if you do it the right way, drinking is fun as hell.

-If you listened to all the great albums that came out in 2007 and still believe that hip-hop is dead, fuck you. The music is the best that it's been since '96 (yeah I said it), and old heads are holding it down while young cats are keeping shit hot for the future.

-On a related note: VH1 Hip Hop Honors, Tribe Called Quest slighting, and dumb OkayPlayer comments aside, Lupe Fiasco is the best emcee under 30. Don't get me wrong: Blu, Joe Budden and Chamillionaire are competition, but Lupe's conceptual genius, metaphors, wordplay and delivery are unparalleled these days.

-I'm not sure where I'll be once I graduate, but if I stay, a benefit will definitely be Michigan's hip-hop scene. With all the dope shit that's coming out from here - OneBeLo, Black Milk, Buff1, Guilty Simpson, and others - it's incredible to know and honor such an incredible hub for hip-hop.

-There needs to be a hip-hop version of The View, with 50 Cent, Cam'ron, Ghostface and RZA. That shit would be beyond hilarious.

Carol/Tso/Cazmo/Black Porcelain/Ms Mashigo

Singer, songwriter, writer, Radio presenter & producer

December 18

In bed (Cape Town, South Africa)

So I'm at home sick and waiting for the 'flu meds' to kick in. Whenever I'm online I check out a few peoples blogs and while I was visiting Sickamore's blog I came across this post (what I learnt in 2007). It inspired me to do my own. So here goes:

21:45 pm

- Slow is beautiful. I used to run through breakfast, work, learning how to play the piano etc. This year I found the joy in experiencing every moment of what I'm doing. I have learnt to be PRESENT in every moment of my life, so I can be the best me I can be at every moment of my life.

- No matter what I do, there will always be someone who does not like it/me. I got a job that someone elses was not very well at (I didn't ask for it, I just got it) . Instead of looking at themselves that person turned their anger toward me. No matter what you do, how well you do it or how good your intentions are. There will ALWAYS be someone who think you are 'scum of the earth', so do what you want to do for you and no one else.

- I underestimate myself way too much. This year I changed jobs, got a 'promotion' in less than 6 months of starting my new job, doubled my income, made the nay sayers eat their words, wrote 3 new songs (by myself) on the piano (that I only started playing less that 2 yrs ago). I don't underestimate myself anymore!!

- I can have a good time without drinking. At varsity I used to drink a WHOLE lot, but outside of that environment I have really moved away from that.

- This is STILL a mans world. Intelligent women still don't have their power. Booty shaking and being someones 'woman' is still what counts. Capable singers have to resort to being naked to be respected and men can look as shabby as shabby as they want and they still get respect.

- Never have sex or try to have sex when you are NOT READY for it. Things work so much better when you are ready. Sex is so much more than getting naked with someone... SO SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT. Sex starts with you: what you say to yourself, how much you value yourself and being responsible for your own actions.

- Gratitude is POWERFUL! Being grateful for what you have EVERYDAY makes you see how much you really have and it also opens you up for more blessings.

- Preventing the spread of HIV has very little to do with education and everything to do with people's attitudes. Too many young WOMEN who are very educated are STILL dying from HIV/AIDS.

- I believe that we have let the youth down in a very bad way. Just switch on your TV, radio, go on the Internet or listen to what kids are saying. I'm not saying that I am old and wise but I am saying that these kids are confused and there is a lot of work that WE ALL need to do to 'rescue' the youth.

- No matter how good you think you are as a president, if you alienate your team they will not vote for you again. Leaving the people that you are leading in total confusion.

- I live in a beautiful, but equally sad country.

- I LOVE my life!

I think that's it...


posted by Sickamore @ 6:39 PM   0 comments
Thank God I'm Famous B'Day Party
This is a big day for me. It's my 100th post on this blog. It's a great achievement for me. To put it in perspective, I didn't have 100 post in XXL in over a year. So now it's a celebration! 2morrow night! I turn 23, Jesus turns 2007.


posted by Sickamore @ 7:54 AM   7 comments
Monday, December 17, 2007
I Can Make You Third

As you already know, I'm back in first place. Ralph is comfortably in 4th, but now Mr. "I Can Make You Second" as slipped through the cracks into 3rd place. I've chronicled his fall from grace over the past 3 weeks via e-mails.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Tue 11/20/2007 10:34 AM
To: Sickamore

Cmon guys, seriously, step it up. I am getting bored running away with this thing


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Thu 11/29/2007 2:44 PM
To: Sickamore

I Can Make You Second, AKA, The Kobe Bryants. Be afraid. Be very Afraid.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Thu 11/29/2007 3:17 PM
To: Sickamore

Panic? the guy averages 10 more points a game then anyone in the league. Its not brain surgery. But listen, I'm a First Place organization. We play to stay there, I'm not busy playing catchup.

Possible name changes on the horizon:
I Can Make You Blog
I Can Make You Not Invite DiBugnaras to Compete in a Public Forum
I Can Make You Trade for Shawne Williams
The Kobe Bryants (Formerly the Richard Jeffersons)


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Tue 12/4/2007 10:08 AM
To: Sickamore

Let me get this straight now, is this how this works......

I Can Make You Second > The Secret Agents > Ft. Greene Leans

Very effective and accurate system.....


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Thu 12/6/2007 11:09 AM
To: Sickamore

ahhaahah....get me Third Places email too........ Listen though, I
have the perfect name for your team. DNP Management. Logo can be a
picture of Lebron and JKidd in street clothes.

BTW, I was watching that Denver game. You sent the Iverson email out,
and he scores 4 more points in about 18 minutes of play. I Can Make
You Jinx Your Team.

Seriously, this is getting very boring.. I need you guys to step it up.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Thu 12/6/2007 11:21 AM
To: Sickamore

I guess Dreaming big is your job.... and Kaman deserves to play on a winning organization like mine. Dwight Howard is on vacation. He will be returning Tuesday night at midnight.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Fri 12/7/2007 7:20 AM
To: Sickamore

zzzzzzz....My whole team goes tonight while that midget Iverson and last nights Sickamore Overated Special Josh Howard hang out at a local tattoo parlor. Have fun watching me blow my lead up again.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Fri 12/7/2007 3:04 PM
To: Sickamore

If I had one more trade, I would add Mr. Marbury to my squad.... he
is about to tear it up. I Can Make You Make a Sentimental Trade.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Tue 12/11/2007 9:14 AM
To: Sickamore

Enjoy it while it lasts because it wont last long.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Wed 12/12/2007 2:19 PM
To: Sickamore

Wow. What a great post. Really super stuff. Translation "I made a nice little move to protect my puny lead and got Kaman." Trouble is, your not the only one who got C.Paul. I might have to cut him. I dont want to be associated with ghost trading like you are.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Wed 12/12/2007 2:35 PM
To: Sickamore

Your in first place for a minute and your talking smack. Pretty amateur, dont you think. Chris Paul called me...he asked me if I knew that you recommended clothing and jewelry for men on your blog. Maybe you can recommend a nice pair of shades for Kaman.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Thu 12/13/2007 5:03 PM
To: Sickamore

This is very unoriginal trash talk. Pretty much everything I said when i was in first. I thought you were creative. Once I get back on my thrown this week, I am going to write all 13 people that read your blog and tell them you need a new Muse. ..yours truly TGIAD (Thank God I'm a DiBugnara)


From: I Can Make You Third
Sent: Fri 12/14/2007 10:33 AM
To: Sickamore

I'm in. Great idea. You just landed yourself your 14th viewer for your blog.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Mon 12/17/2007 9:58 AM
To: Sickamore

I wouldnt sleep on me.


From: I Can Make You Second
Sent: Mon 12/17/2007 1:46 PM
To: Sickamore

I cant believe you changed your name Ghost Dog. Your mirroring
techniques can truly be mistaken by the common man as lack of
creativity. We know this is not true for you though Ghost Dog.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket

Now the Dibugnara brothers (Ralph who lost the poll is related) are in 3rd and 4th place respectively. Ralph will probably pass him and then fall into fourth place. The moral to this story?


posted by Sickamore @ 2:45 PM   5 comments
I Can Make Jesus Famous

3am at The Shore Club. Bunch of patron shots and 4 mojitos. The question: Can you make Jesus famous?

Shout out to "Fresh The Barber". This DVD is going to be huge! Check out his page for the


posted by Sickamore @ 1:00 PM   5 comments
What They've Learned 2007
Thanks for the response on the "What I've Learned in 2007" post. Here's the best of what my friends, enemies, associates and readers learned in 2007:

Tarik HRH Coles, 26,
Entrepreneur, General Manager (NQC Management/Baseline Recording Studio), & Rookie Politician

Myspace is for losers, and we are all losers. (See:

I learned that its better to be cool for your work than to work to be cool.

After 25 things get different, its all about preparing for 30. All of a sudden I have stronger views and a stronger drive.

That to be President you don't have to be smart. I never thought I'd see the day when the President of the United States of America was an international joke.

That music isn't dead, and won't die. I don't care how u get it, u should hear the new Lupe album. And if u think musics dead, just say you don't like the music, cuz we don't care, plenty of us still do.

The more money I make, the less I actually care to talk about it. Most of my friends have a little money, so until we start hitting the millions its no longer a measure of who's doing better.

That some girls really do just wanna have fun, and sometimes life is serious. I'm turning thirty, its really not enough for us to just party and bullshit anymore, sorry.

I learned that if you have to tell people you're grown and probably aren't that grown, or that sexy. (Hint: if it says grown and sexy on the invite and you got it from a bulletin on myspace, its not grown or sexy.)

At the end of the day the world will be what we make it. Forget all of this who controls this and who controls that. At one point they didn't and at one point a few of us will, so if at the end of the day you want to be part of it, get in...the waters cold, but u get used to it.

That money is abt much much more than sneakers, clothes, five star hotels and bottle service. Its for security, insurance, mutual funds, property, and retirement, anything beyond that is the icing on the cake.

Politics is a dirtier game than music, and with good reason, there's more power. There's more money where I am now (music) as it stands. I'm working on combining the two, we'll see how that goes.

That often you get the respect and power before the money. I know a ton of people who respect me and only a few of them pay me.

That if I don't decide to do the things I keep saying someone ought to do, it may never get done.

I learned to pace myself, and not to be in a rush. I used to announce I was doing something new as soon as I got the idea, go out and spend a bunch of money, buy something fly every time I saw or heard someone else was. I've stopped that.

And last but not least, sometimes its ok to be humble, to humble yourself according to the occasion. I recommend limiting those occasions.

Candy Reyes, 20
Pre-Med Student, Graphic Designer, Future Leader of the Free World

-To be in love is to have an addiction in every sense of the word. It's an indescribable high that no other substance can give you. But like any other addiction, you can overdose and die an epileptic, mouth foaming death or you can hit rock bottom and start climbing from there. Happy to say I'm apart of the latter. It's been an exhausting climb up that mountain but I have my harness on in case I fall. "Hi, I'm Candy and I've been clean for 14 months."

-A man doesn't define me, I define me. Being single is not that bad. I began the year not knowing what to expect, afraid of the foreign territory that is singlehood, but all-in-all, it's been good to me. Sure I have my moments where I really miss being a gf and doing all the little gf things but I'm not the type of girl to rush into a relationship just because the last one ended. I told myself to be single for at least a year, and I've surpassed that goal.

-Even if you get burned in the end, put your 200% into it. You don't want to die wondering "what if..."

-Not all men are dogs. But most of them are.

-Though it has always been an addiction of mine, shopping replaced the aforementioned. If I'm not zoned out by school/family/friends, I'm probably thinking about something that has to do with shopping. As bad as it is though, I DO know my limit... And its not the limit each credit card has set for me.

-Be a better friend/family member. My life was so consumed by that boy that I forgot about the others around me. It's like he gave me tunnel vision or something. I forgot that they need me just as much as I need them. Never again, though. My family and friends (or should I say extended family) mean more to me than even the proverbial "perfect man" ever will. Then again, the "perfect man" would share the same philosophy as I & encourage it.

-School isn't life. After 20 years of "school first" being drilled into my brain, I'm just realizing this. I've accepted the fact that I will be in school for practically the rest of my life but I refuse to let it completely consume me. I have to do what I love and enjoy this one life I get to the fullest. Finals time is a different story, though. Clearly (if you truly know me), I'm still working on this lesson. Lol...

-I need to be more selfish.

-I still want to have a kid/family before I go to medical school. Kudos to the women who put their lives on hold for their career and created their families much later in life but I don't want that. I'd like to be a young mom... Cause really, what kid wants to be 18 with 60 year old parents? That's too much of an age gap. Perhaps the very reason my parents and I don't see eye-to-eye on things. How likely it is I'll have a kid/family before medical school is what's up in air. I'd love for it to happen but I'm certainly NOT that pressed for time to be on the hunt for a man to breed/start a family with.

-My brain is more focused after 2am.

-I really miss art. Drawing, painting, sculpting, designing, doing make-up, composing random songs on the piano... I really miss it. Check my notebooks, half the pages are random sketches.

-I need to do more. But I guess this goes with my school isn't everything lesson.

-You can't always get what you want. But never settle.

-"No" is just the beginning of a negotiation. Refer to previous sentence.

-Thinking I could eat beef or pork again after not eating it for years was dumb. Who likes having their face in the toilet all night. *cringes at the thought*

-Thinking I could outdrink a 6'7, 200+ lb. man was even more dumb. That's one thing I don't mind you winning. Everything else is fair game.

-Learn from the past and live for the present with the future in mind by doing what you love with the people you love. This is what has made me happy this year.

Chris Sapp
Singer, Writer, Future Psychologist

-I've learned that college isn't hard at all. It's just having the reponsibility to do work without someone breathing over your shoulder.

-Music isn't my passion. I only do it for fun. My real passion is psychology.

-I don't even think I would wanna be famous. I like the quiet life. I would rather be a writer behind the scenes.

-Pussy is overrated. The male species will run through flames to get it. I like it but I'm not going to alter my life in order to get some.

-I take sports too serious. I didn't talk to my girl for 3 days because her team (Patriots) beat my team (Steelers). I'm still upset.

-I'm glad I'm a counselor cause this genration of kids are really gone. We got a lot of work to do with them.

-Being a singer ain't all it cracked up to be. I'm not even signed and I got a bunch of crazy chics telling me they wanna marry me and dudes that wanna fight me cause it's their girl. I mean, it's kinda funny, but damn......


posted by Sickamore @ 12:26 PM   4 comments
Saturday, December 15, 2007
Definition Of A Winner
win·ner (wĭn'ər) Pronunciation Key
n. One that wins, especially a victor in sports or a notably successful person.
1. a person or thing that wins; victor.
2. winner take all, a situation or outcome whereby the winner receives all the prizes or rewards.
3. the contestant who wins the contest [ant: also-ran]
4. a gambler who wins a bet [ant: loser]
5. a person with a record of successes; "his son would never be the achiever that his father was"; "only winners need apply"; "if you want to be a success you have to dress like a success"

Backstory/Context: I'm #1 in Fantasy Basketball. Ralph is #4. He's having a big night but will still be in 2nd, 3rd or 4th. Ralph believes it's only a matter of time before he's winning. This is the convo:

I Believe In You Ralph = Me
Bryon Russell = Ralph

At least bryon russell played in the nba: You forget how fast you got passed last time
At least bryon russell played in the nba: All you do is jinx yourself
At least bryon russell played in the nba: And I have a ton of guys going the rest of the week I know you study my team but look closer. All the off games happened already
At least bryon russell played in the nba: I scored 350 tonight with 6 guys
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Wow, your prob in 2nd place
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Sunday + Tuesday are the off days
I Believe In You Ralph (y): You just got kaman and moon
I Believe In You Ralph (y): I don't believe in jinxes
I Believe In You Ralph (y): You'll score 300 then 12 the next day
At least bryon russell played in the nba: That's 350 and if you scored that much you would of had a parade but I'm a lot cooler then you
I Believe In You Ralph (y): I'm in 1st, there's a parade everyday for me
I Believe In You Ralph (y): One day when you're winning , you'll understand
I Believe In You Ralph (y): #1
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Numero Uno
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Head Hanco
I Believe In You Ralph (y): The dude with the shoes
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Its not even a quarter through the season only losers celebrate everyday, you should watch a patriot game TO
I Believe In You Ralph (y): The man with the cigar
I Believe In You Ralph (y): The check writer
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Tom Brady
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Patriots
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Michael Jordan
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Ali
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Who?
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Me!
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Mayweather
At least bryon russell played in the nba: I think of it more like ben johnson
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Jose canseco
I Believe In You Ralph (y): We the best? No, I'm the best
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Wow you just quoted khaled
At least bryon russell played in the nba: You probaly should kill yourself now
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Karl malone
I Believe In You Ralph (y): I'll kill myself when I'm in 4th place
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Dan marino
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Dj drama
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Neo in the matrix
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Actually I got it your bryan russell
I Believe In You Ralph (y): If this were drugs, I'd be the asian guy in the jungle....then he gets it to frank lucas...then he gets it to his workers...then you get it...4th
At least bryon russell played in the nba: You would be frank lucas and I'm the mob boss who was out of jail with all the money
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Bryon
I Believe In You Ralph (y): "Success took a shot"
At least bryon russell played in the nba: Haha
I Believe In You Ralph (y): But keep trying
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Don't give up
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Anything is possible
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Somebody landed on the moon
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Then you could be in 1st
I Believe In You Ralph (y): You just need encouragement
I Believe In You Ralph (y): Your the best

Ralph's in 4th he a winner?

Yes....4th is the new 1st
No....give up Ralph

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What I’ve Learned In 2007
Every issue Esquire has the ‘What I’ve Learned’ piece. They’ll ask someone interesting to talk about “the condensed life lessons, knowledge and weird insights” of people who’ve lived or living life to the fullest. This month they look back at 10 years worth for ‘What I’ve Learned’ entries. Muhammad Ali, Ray Charles, Evel Knievel, Suge Knight, Homer Simpson, Jerry Lewis, Donald Trump, Jack Nicholson, Hugh Hefner, Robert Deniro and more. If you see it on the stands (Johnny Depp on the cover), it would be well worth it to pick it up. And if you’re inspired to, please feel free to write yours.

Sickamore, 22, Talent Manager
10:10pm, December 14th,2007
Plane To Miami

-I should’ve never stopped doing mixtapes. I could’ve still done both. The rush you get negotiating with bootleggers, dropping off CDs on the strip and response from the people trumps 8-hour A&R meetings. It just doesn’t pay as well or give you dental care. But at least I have the confidence to know the street is there for me if anything goes wrong. I’ll sell DVDs before flipping burgers

-I met with millionaires, billionaires and moguls this year. The common theme? Their kids are the most important things to them. The wives? Not so much

-Every birthday from 1 to 21 was dramatic. 22 through 29 are all the same year. No one cares that you’re turning 23, 24, 25 or 26

-The office: Mac Book, wireless, notebook, ballpoint pen and Blackberry. Those pieces allow me to work from anywhere

-Courtside Seats > Great Sex. This is why I need to own a team. Or have great sex and breed a ballplayer

-Fantasy basketball has ruined my life. It’s bad enough ESPN is all I watch. Now I wake up and check the score before brushing my teeth. I read the scoreboard on my blackberry during meetings. Think about how many assist Chris Paul has during dinner. It’s my obsession

-Sports are the only time in life where you either win or lose with no in betweens. No moral victories or pitfalls of success. That element keeps me intrigued. I can cry watching sports but not at a funeral

-Fantasy Actor Team: Denzel Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio, Edward Norton, Brad Pitt and Robert Deniro. Eva Mendes is my 6th man for other reasons

-Maverick Carter and LeBron James inspire me to be a better businessman. They’re young and getting it

-I’ve been thinking about death a lot in the past couple of months. What kind of legacy you leave. How you’ll be remembered, if you’re remembered at all. But I need to forget about it because I’m missing out on life. I got a long time to think about death when I’m dead

-In 2004, I wrote a goal list of where I thought should be in 2005 and accomplished less than 5%. This year I wrote a list of things I wanted to do in 2008 and I’ve already done 40% of it. Just shows me that goals and what you want are sometimes two different things

-The coolest nigga what…the coolest nigga what…the coolest nigga what…

-I’ve owned a business longer than I’ve had a job. So it pisses me off when people say things like “My project will get you a raise” or “Show this to Craig, I bet you’ll get a promotion”.

-Casino, Fight Club, The Lion King, Rocky IV and Catch Me If You Can. American Gangster is creeping up in there though

-At first, I applauded Frank Lucas for burning his chinchilla. Then I started to think ‘Why shouldn’t he be able to go as hard as he wants?’ . You only live once, stunt as hard as you want

-I was reading this obituary about this basketball player from the 1940s. He shaved points for money and in turn banned from the league. He died over 70 years later and that’s the first thing they mentioned: cheater. It’s scary how one bad decision can last the rest of your life

-They say “you never know until you try it”, “scared money don’t make no money” etc. So next year I’m going to try it


posted by Sickamore @ 11:37 AM   10 comments
Knicks, Don't Hurt Me No More
Hilarious! This is what it feels like to be a Knick fan right now. What movie is this from? Props to Mike Rockwell for the link.


posted by Sickamore @ 10:39 AM   6 comments
Thursday, December 13, 2007
Blog Report 12/13/07
Kid Robot Leathers

R.I.P. Ike Turner

Skundefeated Beanie & More

Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte Named In Steroid Case

Singer Slash Pornstar Signs With Koch

Plies Manager Arrested For Dealing 80 Pounds Of Coke

"Woot" Word Of The Year

Feds Taking Pictures Of Al Sharpton


posted by Sickamore @ 5:39 PM   0 comments
Rasheed Wallace Swagger Jacks Nas
I might just sign 'Sheed to The Secret Agents off the strength of this:


posted by Sickamore @ 5:32 PM   1 comments
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
#1 Organization

The Secret Agents are a #1 organization. Even though we were in second place for a month, it's still a #1 organization. We've gotten rid of the competition. But there's still a long way to go. We need to be #1 in the world.

Therefore we invested in new talent like the Chris': Paul and Kaman.

Did we trade Jose Calderon when TJ Ford came back? Nope, we believe in our players. Now that Ford got re-injured, we look like geniuses.

We believed in the no name Beno Udrich when no one else did. Now he's one of the top 3 owned guards in the league.

Ronnie's been with us since day one.

I just want to thank everyone who believes in us since day one. We're going to take this to the top. Thank you. We'll continue to eat humble pie.


posted by Sickamore @ 12:10 PM   1 comments
Monday, December 10, 2007
Blog Report 12/10/07
Crooks & Castles Wristwear

Diddy In Love With Cassie....Who Isn't???

50 Using Cocaine?

Rocko - Umma Do Me Video

Official Mayweather vs Hatton Fight

Fab Linked To More Robberies

Prodigy Bored...Starts Blogging

Daily Rihanna Tribute


posted by Sickamore @ 12:49 PM   5 comments
Saturday, December 8, 2007
New mixtape: Fresh Out The Box 005
My homegirl Lissa the go to girl just dropped a new mixtape. Fresh Out The Box 005...Download it now! It's/she's dope!

powered by ODEO

long over due, i know. but the emails were killing me [thanks kandi and sarah for flooding the gmail, i should have never given u b*tches that address *giggle*]. i actually had this mixtape for a couple weeks, but it was either wait until my podcast host got right, or throw my laptop out the window. im glad i went with my first option.

last weekend was a crazy weekend. two parties back to back and getting frostbite in a snowstorm after late night breakfast but still managing to survive [still waiting on the video vanessa] without selling our asses in the cold and finding a new love for gucci maine ["shes a very freaky gurl..."] was a true testament to friendship.

the first thing i did when i got in from that fiasco at 9am, was boil a cup of green tea and plopped in front of the computer and a neo-soul mixtape came to mind. so enjoy dwele, raphael saadiq, sade and steve spacek [shouts to mymanhenri] this week, cause i'll be on some different sh*t for the next couple weeks. Now that i'm thinking about it, i should have put some Glenn Lewis on that bad boy....cant wait for his concert this friday @ the next soul fighting them old biddies for front and center, believe that.


posted by Sickamore @ 3:14 PM   0 comments
Friday, December 7, 2007
Blog Report 12/7/07
Racist Homeroom Jewelry??? I Think So

I'm A Sucker For Cazal's....Dita x Cazal 902 Re- Release

Diddy "I Am American Business" MSNBC Ad

Bunch Of Teenage Girls "Jump" A White Guy On The Train...This Is The Softest Beatdown I've Ever Seen

Brilliant Viral Marketing Campaign For The Next Batman Movie The Dark Knight

Bun B Houston Radio Interview About Pimp C

Kanye Gets 8 Grammy Nominations, Amy Crackhouse Gets Six

Jay-Z Leaving Def Jam Rumor #98,179

Flyyyyyyyyy! Supra NS Muska Skytop


posted by Sickamore @ 2:24 PM   3 comments
My Birthday Is Coming Up...December 23rd...Oh Joy :-(


posted by Sickamore @ 6:18 AM   6 comments
Limos Were Cool In The 90s Outtake
We got a new sound down here in Miami. Cohiba Music.


posted by Sickamore @ 3:14 AM   0 comments
Paid & Popular Interview Part Deux

Just in case you the first 30 minutes of my rambling wasn't enough, here's the other half of the Paid & Popular Interview


posted by Sickamore @ 1:04 AM   0 comments
Khaled Speeding With Rick Ross
Khaled: "You must be new or something we the best, man!"

Cop: "License and registration!"


posted by Sickamore @ 12:18 AM   2 comments
Thursday, December 6, 2007
Is Your Job Bullshit?

Everyone complains to me about their job, saying it's bullshit. Now you can see how bullshit your jo really is. I scored a 32/40. What's yours?

Here's some bullshit jobs, according to one of my favorite author's Stanley Bing:

Communications manager
Essentially you're getting paid well - in the six figures up to 50 percent of your base for bonus - to write e-mails, memos and articles for senior management that their employees have no interest in reading. Oh, and through these written communications we're supposed to inform and engage employees so that they're proud of the company they work for.

Software quality assurance analyst
Good job... make sure everyone else is doing their job up to some standard - using some methodology, employing some practices that only you know of and can decide whether are appropriate for 'this project' or not.

Review how other resources are performing their job vis-à-vis methodology they are following and picking fault with an appropriate number of things they do and can `improve.'

Guru of methodology; guru of some internationally recognized operational standard (to which everyone seems to aspire to and eventually gain some of the benefits everyone else apparently has gained); guru of management practices.

Comfortable existence; low stress; $125k per year.

Technical analyst for state government
Provide in-depth technical analysis for decisionmakers to base their decisions on. Their decisions rarely if ever match the recommendations of your analysis and if there is a way to squeeze efficiency and save taxpayers tens of thousands, if not millions of dollars a year, you will watch the government decisionmakers go in the exact opposite direction to justify inflated budgets and to protect their turf.

The good: You get to watch government in action and get paid a buttload of money and world-class retirement benefits.

The bad: You get to watch government in action burning your tax dollars under the guise of a competent management decision-making when you know in your gut it should land them in jail for fraud, waste and abuse.

The dark: Take ownership of anything and you will be politically tossed under the bus as it will be your decision. Try to make all decisions as a group so that no one person can be held accountable.

The future: Pina Colada and Margarita sipping in Belize, Panama or Costa Rica just about as far away as anything technical as one can get.

Robot operator
Sit and watch the robot do all the work, record statistics of the work and every once in a while, call maintenance to come fix it for you.

Pay: 13.00-20.00/hour

Upside: You get to sit on your butt and do nothing all day

Downside: Sitting for eight hours a day for a couple of weeks straight hurts after a while, plus it is incredibly boring.

Darkside: You get lots of time to think, you start plotting ways to actually do some work.

Quality engineer
Get paid to post "Quality First" stickers in manufacturing plants all day, espouse how Quality really saves instead of costing money, and write procedures that no one cares about or follows. Then get yelled at when something goes wrong and customers are unhappy.

Academic advisor for student-athletes
Basically, what I do is find the easiest classes on my college's campus and enroll my student-athletes in them. Then, if one of my students stops going to class, I call up the professor and beg him/her to give Star Jock the benefit of the doubt and pass them with a `C'.

If the prof isn't immediately cooperative, I happen to notice we have some decent seats to a couple home football/basketball games available for the upcoming season.

Payphone account manager
Monitor the number of collect calls made from payphones.

Amount of time per day required to accomplish: 15 minutes. Why? Because there are 150 million cell phones in the country and only 300,000 payphones. Plus, when was the last time you made a collect call from a payphone?

Pay: $50,000/year. Why? Because a 3-minute collect call cost $25 and someone is still making them! Also get to spend plenty of time staring at the wall.

Door monitor
For a few months, I had a wonderful part time gig as a "door monitor." My job was to sit in a building just inside the door from 5-8, after the receptionists went home, and occasionally look up from my reading to let in people who knocked (usually fewer than five per day).
I could have been replaced by a buzzer. And I made more than minimum wage! (It was either eight or ten bucks an hour, I forget which.)

Management coach
Teaching executives how to do their jobs. In every organization, you will rise to your level of incompetence and stay there. These executives get a promotion to a level they cannot do, so they need a coach to help them. Over-paid private tutor for wealthy adult students, no definable product and no way to judge the coach's performance... what could be better!


posted by Sickamore @ 4:58 PM   1 comments
Billion Dollar Bron Bron

LeBron James is the smartest 80's Baby (12/30/84) in America. Yours truly (12/23/84) included. Got his NBA games televised in High School. He's paid more from Nike than the NBA. Fired his agent and hired his (incredibly sharp) homeboys. And he's on pace to reach a billion before Jay-Z, Diddy, 50 Cent, Russell and even Michael Jordan. This Fortune Magazine breaks down his business model well. Maverick Carter seems to be the new Steve Stoute. Very inspiring for any crack baby.

Now if he can only play through a sprained (read: jammed) finger on his NON-SHOOTING HAND, I would be in first place in my fantasy league. LeBron cost me about 200 points! But I digress. Maybe he's too focused on business. Not enough heart. That killer Kobe instinct. The finishing skills of Jordan. Only time will tell if all his business sauvy will get in the way of championships.

Here's some snippets (click anywhere for the whole story):

Instead of just lining up endorsements and cashing checks, James is seeking equity in the companies he works with; and he is using his on-court prowess to build a corporation that deals with entities as disparate as Bubblicious and Warren Buffett.

"What I do on the court will drive revenue," says James. He's also picky about his partners, always asking himself, "Is it authentic? I know I can go out and sign a lot of endorsements and get checks. Money is not the issue.

The arrangement has worked, not least because LRMR has associated itself with top-shelf accountants and lawyers, not to mention Warren Buffett, who dispenses financial advice when asked. "If LeBron were an IPO, I'd buy it," he says.

At 22, the age at which most NBA players are just entering the league, James has a four-year headstart when it comes to generating revenue. He's already the NBA's endorsement king, bringing in an estimated $25 million from his various deals this year. That's in addition to his nearly $13 million salary from the Cavaliers.

Overall, he has about $170 million in sponsorship deals. In this figure is the $90 million from Nike, $15 million from Coke, $6 million from Upper Deck, $4.5 million from Bubblicious, and $7.5 million from Cub Cadet. His deal with MSN included $3 million upfront, and the partners will soon begin a phase in which Microsoft and LRMR will share advertising revenues sold on MSN's LeBron site - 60% for LRMR and 40% for MSN.

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posted by Sickamore @ 11:08 AM   1 comments
Jesus Must Really Love Me

In the past few days I have:

-Left my wallet in a yellow cab
-Left my business credit card in a car service
-Gotten my myspace deleted
-Missed my flight to Miami

But Jesus, who is a Capricorn, must really love me because:

-I took the receipt and gave it to Sade (da best person in the world), and got my wallet back
-The driver found my card and they're Fed Ex'ing it to Miami
-Lissa aka The Go To Girl and Animal Steele got myspace to restore my page wih ALL my friends
-Got a free night to watch 2 of my favorite movies, Fight Club and History Of Violence.


posted by Sickamore @ 2:27 AM   1 comments
This Guy Should Have Just Paid Me
A man opened fire with a rifle at a busy department store Wednesday, killing eight people in an attack that made holiday shoppers run screaming through a mall and barricade themselves in dressing rooms.

The young shooter, who left a note predicting, "Now I'll be famous," wounded five others, two critically, then took his own life.

Next time just hire the firm, baby!


posted by Sickamore @ 2:11 AM   1 comments
Brenda's Having More Babies

Luckily I've reached the age where I'll no longer be a statistic. Knock on wood. From the NY Times.

The birth rate among teenagers 15 to 19 in the United States rose 3 percent in 2006, according to a report issued Wednesday, the first such increase since 1991. The finding surprised scholars and fueled a debate about whether the Bush administration’s abstinence-only sexual education efforts are working.

Teenage birth rates are driven by rates of sex, contraception and abortion. In the 1990s, teenage sex rates dropped and condom use rose because teenagers were scared of AIDS, said Dr. John S. Santelli, chairman of the department of population and family health at Columbia University.

But recent advances in AIDS treatments have lowered concerns about the disease, and AIDS education efforts, which emphasized abstinence and condom use, have flagged.

Perhaps as a result, teenage sex rates have risen since 2001 and condom use has dropped since 2003. Abortion rates have held steady for a decade, although numbers from 2005 and 2006 are not available.

The largest increase came among black teenagers, but increases were also seen among whites, Hispanics and American Indians. Birth rates among Asian teenagers continued to drop.

Unmarried childbearing reached a record high in 2006, according to the disease control centers, with unmarried mothers now accounting for 38.5 percent of all births. Births among teenagers and unmarried women tend to lead to poor outcomes for their children.


posted by Sickamore @ 1:58 AM   1 comments
Wednesday, December 5, 2007
New Interview On Paid & Popular

Did this interview while I was in Miami for this dope blog "Paid & Popular"

I talk about a million things, including my myspace page, Birdman sneakers, Saigon, the blog, my company etc


posted by Sickamore @ 1:35 PM   2 comments
Monday, December 3, 2007
Thuggin Aint For Everybody
This kid tries to rob another kid with a 2x4, then ends up getting stabbed to death. And the victim gets off scott free! Only in NYC. The rel sad part is the robber turned DOA was a 15 year old super senior 8th grader. Here's the story from NY Daily News:

A 14-year-old Brooklyn stabbing victim was killed as he tried to rob another teen with a wooden two-by-four in a neighborhood park, police sources said Saturday.

Cops said Marcell Dawes, 14, swung the plank at another youth during a botched mugging attempt in Kolbert Park on E. 18th St. in Midwood on Friday.

The alleged mugging victim's 15-year-old friend whipped out a 2-inch knife and struck back at Dawes, who died of his wounds at New York Community Hospital about 4:30p.m., police said.

Detectives questioned the 15-year-old stabber early yesterday.

But they let him go because police and investigators from the Brooklyn district attorney's office believe his account that he stabbed Dawes in self-defense, sources said. The teen's name was not released.

Another 15-year-old who was with Dawes and allegedly took part in the mugging was arrested and charged with attempted robbery, police said.


posted by Sickamore @ 3:23 PM   2 comments
Blog Report 12/3/07
Don't Like BBC...But I'll Rock This Tho

I Need One Of These Stussy Leather Coyote Hoodies Now That I'm Back In NY

Wacko Jacko New Single

Racist Ass Imus Back On Air...Thanks Oprah

Shawty Lo + Ludacris + Young Jeezy + Plies + Lil Wayne +Dey Know Remix = Crazzzzzy

When he talks about you on “No Hook,” is he accusing you of snitching?

"I think he’s talking about the way I went about this YouTube project [and not about snitching]. But he’s into subliminal messages, so [I think] he’s trying to get me hurt. That goes beyond disrespect. He’s getting my safety involved. I can’t believe my own daughter’s godfather is trying to get me hurt. But it won’t work. Being that I’ve been in prison a lot of times, a lot of people know my credibility. They know I went all the way to trial with my federal case, and I won."

-Dehaven On Jay-Z

Daily Rihanna Tribute


posted by Sickamore @ 12:13 PM   0 comments
R.I.P. Don Marbury Jr

Steph's going through it right now. My prayers go out to his family. I know he's going to come back strong from this. I couldn't imagine losing a parent.

A person who spoke with Knicks officials last night confirmed that Don Marbury had chest pains when he was taken from the arena. He died a short time later at a local hospital.

Don Marbury raised seven children, including four sons who played basketball for Lincoln High School in Coney Island.

This is the third time in three weeks that Stephon Marbury has lost someone from his inner circle. Robert Williams, also known as Mr. Lou, was an early coach and mentor to Marbury when he was growing up in Coney Island. Williams died Nov. 13, the same day that Marbury — angry over Coach Isiah Thomas’s threat to bench him — left the team in Phoenix and returned to New York. Marbury learned of Williams’s death after he arrived that day and visited his family. Less than a week later, on Nov. 19, Marbury’s aunt Helen Thomas died.

It has been a difficult time for Marbury on the court as well. He has clashed with Thomas over his play and was forced to play off the bench for three consecutive games last month. Thomas has repeatedly demanded better leadership and defense from Marbury, and their once close relationship seems to have frayed.

At least they were in the same city when he died. RIP Don Marbury Jr and the whole Marbury family


posted by Sickamore @ 3:00 AM   5 comments
Sunday, December 2, 2007
Fathers' Maiden Name?
Wives are getting out of control. First, they want their husbands names. Then they want both names. Now they want new names all together! Or give their husbands their maiden names. Imagine for dad doing that, then filling out a form saying "Father's Maiden Name". This is crazy. Here's some excerpts from today's NY Times:

When the former Katharine Newberry-Gillin, 25, a manager at a Trader Joe’s food store in Osseo, Minn., was engaged last year to Kyle Sommers, also 25, there were many name-change options.

She decided to take the name-change question to the polls. At an online voting page she built at, several dozen friends and family members weighed in on whether she should become just Kate Sommers or Katie Sommerberry-Gillin. Or Katharine Elizabeth Gilnewsom.

She took the advice of many of her survey-takers and added her new husband’s name to her own name, after subtracting the hyphen. Her legal name is now Katharine Newberry Gillin Sommers — Kate N.G. Sommers, for short.

She went to Survey Monkey to pick her last name??? Kyle Sommers is a duck! Here's another story of a husband with no balls:

Kate Talbert, 29, a medical student in Los Angeles, went to two years ago for input about what new name she and her future husband, Brian Denny, 31, should call themselves after their wedding. They had already decided to create a new name, and she needed to figure it out quickly to order the engraved chocolate bars for their wedding guests.

“It was nice to have other people to bounce ideas off of,” she said.

As for her proposed names, “Emerson” made one fellow bride think of “the bald doctor on M*A*S*H.” “Sarana,” said another, would be “difficult to pronounce if someone’s calling you” which might be good, “because you can tell which ones are the telemarketers.”

In the end, Ms. Talbert and Mr. Denny decided on E.E. Cummings’s middle name, Estlin

“I wasn’t hugely attached to my last name,” said the former Mr. Denny, a computer programmer, “and she just couldn’t really see herself as Kate Denny. And taking her name didn’t feel right, either. So we decided to take a new name instead.”

“My dad might’ve been a little sad, but not really,” he added. “My family is pretty open-minded.”


posted by Sickamore @ 12:25 PM   2 comments
New Wynter Photoshoot
Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket


posted by Sickamore @ 12:15 PM   2 comments
Would You Eat A Spoon Full Of Cinnamon For $100?


posted by Sickamore @ 12:11 PM   2 comments
Lifetime Baby's Mother Achievement Award


posted by Sickamore @ 1:08 AM   4 comments
Someone Is Out 2 Get Me
First myspace. Now my photobucket doesn't work. Someone is out to get me. :-(


posted by Sickamore @ 12:07 AM   1 comments
Saturday, December 1, 2007
I Wanna Be A 5-Star General Too
Birdman has these hilarious/ignorant/baller series of webisodes up on youtube.

"My closet is straight Birdman's and Gucci's...I don't wear nothing else besides Gucci, True Religions and Birdmans. Nothing comes in between that."

"If I see something I like to buy, I like to shop...Gucci, you know 4, 5 pieces could be like 10 stacks. We pay for that. So we keep money because what we see we like to buy. I don't like to wait, I gotta come back. Naw! Somebody with me better have my money, have a lot of money some kind of way and get this shit because I want it!"

"Honestly, my house I got like 100 stacks on the floor in hundreds. I walk on that shit! I might have a mil in the wall. That's how I am. And I pay taxes on that shit. So don't come fuckin' with me."


posted by Sickamore @ 4:26 PM   2 comments
Facebook Helps Friends Count Your Money
Facebook now has a feeder that tracks your on-line purchases. And there's nothing you can do about it.

Within the last 10 days, more than 50,000 Facebook members have signed a petition objecting to the new program, which sends messages to users’ friends about what they are buying on Web sites like, and Fandango. The members want to be able to opt out of the program completely with one click, but Facebook won’t let them.

The system Facebook introduced this month, called Beacon, is viewed as an important test of online tracking, a popular advertising tactic that usually takes place behind the scenes, where consumers do not notice it. Companies like Google, AOL and Microsoft routinely track where people are going online and send them ads based on the sites they have visited and the searches they have conducted.

But Facebook is taking a far more transparent and personal approach, sending news alerts to users’ friends about the goods and services they buy and view online.

Charlene Li, an analyst at Forrester Research, said she was surprised to find that her purchase of a table on was added to her News Feed, a Facebook feature that broadcasts users’ activities to their friends on the site. She says she did not see an opt-out box.

“Beacon crosses the line to being Big Brother,” she said, “It’s a very, very thin line.”

And what does Facebook have to say for themselves? "You'll get used to it"

“Whenever we innovate and create great new experiences and new features, if they are not well understood at the outset, one thing we need to do is give people an opportunity to interact with them,” said Chamath Palihapitiya, a vice president at Facebook. “After a while, they fall in love with them.”

This is crazy. It's bad enough that they clock you on Facebok, now they monitor you on OTHER websites. First my myspace is deleted, next will be my Facebook page.


posted by Sickamore @ 2:44 PM   3 comments
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