Thursday, August 25, 2011

Tolerant Minds



Bullying is a very serious epidemic in this country and something I definitely had to deal with growing up in a lower middle class family. I used humor, wit, and occasionally had to fight to deal with it, but here is a positive alternative. I love the confidence and self respect that martial arts teaches. Luckily, My experience in the Marines not only taught me self defense, but opened my eyes up to all this world has to offer. I learned you can be whomever you want to be. There's life outside of this town. People don't care who you were or where you come from. Good people come from all walks of life. I wish I had learned that at a younger age. I would encourage all parents to instill acceptance for others and rid their children of arrogant attitudes. This small town all too often separates the rich from the poor. I don't care who you are or where you come from, you're no better than anyone else. Teach your children the same. Money, religion, race, gender and sexual orientation should not come into play into how you treat another human being. Think about your actions and what you're teaching your children. Kind words go a long way. Remember, we have no control over where we come from, but we can control where we are headed. And I hope, as a nation, we can grow together towards a more tolerant future. I love all my friends and family on here. Hopefully you take this to heart and help mold our children to be better people.

Sunday, March 27, 2011

STEADY WINNING

 
My man Georgia Mic is back with another song, and all he does is win! Here's the new video I made for his song "Winning Like Charlie Sheen":

Thursday, March 10, 2011

1. The Answer Is 1.


My man Mike Doomes, better known as Georgia Mic, released his first official music video today. I had the honor of making a few rough Youtube vids for him, as well as being on set while this one was filmed. I'm so proud to see a friend on his way up. He may be a small town country boy, but he was made for them big city lights. Without further ado, here's his first video, shot in Brunswick and Jesup Georgia, Ferrari Bounce:



Big ups go out to the fellas over at Metalhands Media that made this happen!

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Are You Ready To Rumble?


 Stevo Poulin is here to show you why your kid is a pussy. This 8 year old has about as much wrestling skill as anyone in the UFC. Watch as this little badass toys and destroys his competion:





Personally, I think he's an undercover midget wrestler trying to dominate. Then again, his body is way too proportionate to be a midget. Either way, I don't want that little spider monkey on me.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Friday Night Jam!!



Well y'all, it's Friday night and that means it's time to go out and have a good time. Sorry about the lack of posts, but since an accident last month, my life has been pretty busy. I got my DJ business underway, so if y'all are looking for a DJ, look up DJ Briggy on FB or email me at Djbriggy81@yahoo.com and I'll keep your party rockin'. This next song is one of the upcoming singles off the long overdue Detox album by Dr. Dre. I Need A Doctor, features Eminem, and is simply amazing. I hope the whole album turns out this good:

Friday, February 4, 2011

The True Rebels

 

"Even though they might be the most hated family, well, they're probably the most free. They are the true rebels of the south."

First and foremost, this is why I love Facebook. A friend's post about this documentary intrigued me enough to research it some and suddenly my average boring day became awesome. The Wild And Wonderful Whites Of West Virginia is a documentary about the White family of Boone County, West Virginia. These hell raisin, white trash, hillbillies are the real life version of The Squidbillies. I have yet to see anymore than just a trailer for the film, so here it is, I'm sure you'll be as stunned, intrigued, and as eager for more as I am.



I'd say that qualifies as a must see.

Update: Here's a few more vids of the notorious White's.








Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Maybe It Knocked Some Damn Sense Into Him


 First and foremost, if you don't watch Tosh.0, you're missing out. It's easily the funniest show on television. On last night's episode, Tosh gave a rapper knownas Optimo 55 Souf a web redemption. Optimo had the following video where he was dancing in traffic to look gangsta. It didn't turn out so well for him:



Cause hey, what could go wrong dancing in traffic? Ya jackwagon! Well, he said he was shooting a video for his song I'm Gipper. Gipper is his ebonics word that means chipper but is suppose to sound more krunk. So Tosh helped him make a real video:



I love Tosh "making it rain" on the kids at the ice cream van with M&Ms.
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