Tagged: abstract

Media distractions from reality and the realities of the people distracted

  For the past few months it has been catastrophic in regards to the chain of events that has occurred. It seems that it has been back to back events. But through it all the media seems to spin these events into lighter headlines. How often have we seen a mass shooting followed by a […more]

The old hustles will still make you richer than the new ones

Sep 28, 2017 | | 1 comment

  The old saying of out with the old and in what the new can apply with many things. But in regards to making money the old still trumps the new in many ways. The elders ways are still the most effective way of making money. But in a lot of cases it requires money […more]

The Art of Perception and How To Be An Artist of The Craft

Sep 27, 2017 | | 1 comment

In today’s society the perception of any individual can do one of two things. It can help maximize your opportunities or it can help in the demise of you as an individual. Con artist has mastered this skill. Simply because being an Con Artist requires only one skill, and that skill is making an individual […more]

Freedom? YouTube MCN Networks and the dishonest truth.

Sep 24, 2017 | | Say something

  Nowadays YouTube is such a huge platform. And not only that it also has became a family friendly website that people use to receive different kind of information throughout the day. YouTube not only can make an every day person famous and bring in a lucrative stream of income passive income today individual. And […more]

How men are emasculated and domesticated

Sep 21, 2017 | | 4 comments

  The days of the past where men was the bread winner has past. Today’s independent women are showing men to be in a lack of a better word obsolete. But it’s not that women are more skillful. We are raising men to be softer. Men are dressing more feminine and portraying more feminine ways […more]

What’s the difference between a hustle and a business

Sep 18, 2017 | | 9 comments

I was recently at a gas station and you had the teller and a cannabis salesman arguing about the fact that he is a hustler and not a businessman. Now the cannabis salesman was irate at the fact that the cashier did not consider his “hustle” a business. He obviously felt that this is more […more]

Why an Idea isn’t enough….

Sep 14, 2017 | | 2 comments

An idealistic person is entertaining to be around. Depending on the depth of thought into what ever project. But a lot of times an idea is all it is in the end. Anything you do requires a point of execution. If I woke up this morning and only thought about brushing my teeth and never […more]

What would you do with a million dollars?

Sep 13, 2017 | | 54 comments

Anything not earned will surely be wasted in rapid succession. Simply because it’s not about working yourself to death to earn a “living”. But it’s the learning that is acquired during the time period that is truly the wealth. A self made millionaire can never be broke because he has the know how. And with […more]

What If North Korea Wasn’t Shooting Nuks

Sep 12, 2017 | | 1 comment

  The trillion dollar question is why would you spend billions and trillions on a national weapons division and they can only come up with early and late 19th century hardware. Truth is we are way more advanced than even the public knows. Isn’t certain Technologies held for a duration of time before it is […more]

Fuck The VMAs!!! What About Harvey?

Aug 28, 2017 | | Say something

What kind of world do we live in where the Game Of Thrones Finale and the VMAs supersede the Hurricane Harvey Crisis. People are dying and we are seeing information about the red carpet. We are being programmed through advertising to admire fame. We treat fame as though it is value. Lets put this into […more]

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