They’re like a step up from Sauconys and a couple up from those Velcro shoes that the special ed folk usually wear.
All you need is a handful of niggas to buy/wear something, ANYTHING, and that shit’ll blow up. I clearly remember when everyone was wearing New Balances. Hell, I bought a pair of those shits. Everyone’s guilty of falling victim to some stupid ass black trend.
They’re comfortable as hell. And if you run, they’re great running shoes.
I think the trend right now is, “New Balances are lame.”
My biggest regret ever is taking my time to apply for college. Now I don’t know where I stand or if I’m going to get excepted anywhere. My scores suck and my grades aren’t the best. I honestly don’t know what my future holds.
Your regret is applying to college? Shouldn’t it be ‘bullshitting in high school because now I don’t know what I’m going to do’???
"Taking my time to apply for college." I think she means that her regret is she waited too long, not that she actually applied.
I don’t see why people bitch about tumblr on tumblr…
if you don’t like it that much.. just stop using it.
the same goes for when people talk about how “tumblr will be ruined” if all these people join
how about you just don’t follow them. then nothing changes for you.
1. Telling someone to just not use a service because there are aspects of said service they don’t like isn’t a solution. In fact, it becomes the very thing you are condemning … bitching about tumblr on tumblr.
2. Most people have an issue of who follows them, not who they follow. Believe it or not, even on an open-site such as Tumblr, the people who follow you can dictate how enjoyable (or unenjoyable) your time on here is.
I still cant fathom a reason to be in a room with 4 other dudes, and we just standing around close to each other with our shirts off…I can see like out playing a sport(in which them divas dont look like they were doing)..or at a pool or something…but just in somebody living room…snappin piks….
LOL, I was just about to say, them niggas had better been about to walk to the pool or something.
I guess that’s why B had 2 blogs, for them Prude ass hoes on Tumblr. I hate that type. Acting like you’re never going to suck a dick. Acting like you’re never going taste yourself of a dick. You’ll at least let a nigga, one day, stick the tip of his dick in your ass to say you tried anal. You’re going to swallow a little cum, once in ya life. You think your husband is going to want your prude ass because of love, be a prude for 20 years of marriage and see if he’s not going to murder your ass on y’all anniversary. I refuse to make another blog tho. Fuck that.
Loll, Ced goin’ off.
True though, we’re all adults … well ‘cept for those 14 yr. old Asian girls lol.
“I am absolutely sure that millions of people in one way or another are telling the same stories. These are great Americans. These are people who work, people who want to do the best they can by their kids, and they are simply not making it right now. These people. This is the United States of America, year 2010. People are going cold. People are going cold. People don’t have enough food. People are homeless. And my friends here are talking about tax breaks for billionaires? My friends here are talking about lowering rates on the estate tax for the top 3/10 of 1% of the American people? What are we talking about? What kind of priorities are these?”—
I always thought King was his worst album. I’m Serious, Trap Muzik, Urban Legend. Any of those 3 I’ve heard were his best…
Yeah, King was a letdown for me. I liked a few songs on it, but it seemed scattered. Front Back, Top Back, Why You Wanna & Live In The Sky, but that’s it. But yeah, lyrically I think T.I. is still nice, this new album isn’t as bad as I thought it might be, being rushed and all.
I always thought King was his worst album. I’m Serious, Trap Muzik, Urban Legend. Any of those 3 I’ve heard were his best from different folks. I like Urban Legend, myself, but Old School TI fans will always say I’m Serious was him at his realest. Always.
We actin’ like Paper Trail wasn’t cold? Oh, ok. Urban Legend was his best to me though.
As you may or may not know, I work full time for a university and go to grad school at night.
I am able to do this largely in part due to my tuition benefit being considered non-taxable income. This means the government sees my “free” tuition as additional salary from my employer and that cannot be taxed until the tuition amount “added” to my salary goes over $5,000. This bill will expire 12/31/2010.
Please REBLOG or fill out the FORM LETTER to renew the bill that will allow me to continue grad school. It will NOT sign you up for any mailing lists.
“While Congress is debating whether to kill off the tax cuts created during George Bush’s presidency, politicians don’t seem to be focused on a valuable college tax benefit for working students, which is in danger of getting the axe this year.
Since 1978, employers have been able to reimburse students for some of their college costs without these payments being taxed. But unless Congress acts, this college tax benefit, which is officially referred to as Section 127 of the Internal Revenue Code, is scheduled to expire at the end of the year.
Under Section 127, student can receive up to $5,250 in employer education assistance without being taxed and the money can be used for such things as tuition, fees and books….
Roughly 913,000 students received Section 127 benefits during the 2007-08 school year. In comparison, 431,500 students benefited from this tax break 15 years ago.
Forty-six percent of the participants were graduate students while the rest were undergrads.
The average age for undergrads using the benefit was 37 versus 35 for graduate students.
The average salary for these employees was $42,711. In comparison, the average earnings of a full-time employee in this country is $50,233.
The average yearly benefit for a grad student was $3,701 and for a undergrad it was $1,849.”
Do it for Emily and everyone else trying to get an education without going bankrupt in the process.