URGH only one month away from CF QAQ
My merchandise / art list is only half way done from where I intended it to be...
Putting this up as a reminder to self to stop lepaking and chillaxing and start chionging and vomiting out new works Q~Q
The goal for this week:
1) Finish Mirai Suenaga - Winter Uniform print…
Since its founding in 1792, the United States Mint has accumulated many historical documents and artifacts. The primary source material presented in this Historical Archive can provide new insight into the relationships among numismatics, art, design, and government.
- 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Penny (history.com)
Thank you so much for being a part of something that is great and current. I’m currently working my 1st mix-tape solo after leaving a group of talented individuals.”Population 1″, the meaning comes from living my life and going through things that only one could imagine. Every word is the truth no loser talk about what I don’t have or do as we hear a lot from independent artist on the hip-hop scene. I have all my beats together for my project which consists of “14″ songs/tracks. Realizing that all I have is myself, love, loyalty, hard work, dedication and the drive also talking to others on a friendship and business level.
I have been through: Physical abuse, Foster Care/families/group homes. A daughter in Canada, an epileptic Fiance that is my world and another reason why I do this to the point where my eyes and brain is stuffed like a thanksgiving turkey. My heart is totally into my family, music & hard work 100%. I make my own beats, have my own studio, and mix myself and a group called “High 5″ who just recently released their mix-tape “High Rise” available on datpiff.com. I’m coming from never seeing the face of my father, I have come this far on my own with some help of those who truly love me who I can’t thank enough.
Sharing this with you is from my heart because you took the time to notice me as a person for what ever reason. I love everyone on the planet, I have compassion, I support whomever reaches out because I know how hard it is to get a name for yourself starting from nothing. Now I have my website, generating hits is the platform I need and been aiming for. To add. My songs are so amazing, after everything is finished and written I plan on locking myself in a very private place and spill my heart and soul into my coming project. I would like to thank Nelson “NdotJay (njayallday.com)” for being a lifelong friend in our journey but more so my journey because he has tough me so much and we will be there together in the end at the top. From putting C-D’s on your car in the parking lot, to putting “QR Code” stickers on your shops window, a website, a studio and an image of self. I will make it, with the help of those who feel the way the common person does.
Support is what I want. I deserve it soooo much, because I’m a humble and very positive African American who is in the gray area with the rest who just want more in their lives with no drama/trouble along the way.
If you have anything, I mean anything to further my career or help me with sharing my website/content I will more than likely help you as well, lets become a family and build the Deondrae Porter brand. Lets work together with faith, NO HATE, and build ourselves up as positive people who work together and love one another because LOVE is what it takes to build onto any friendship/relationship, right? Reply, and lets do this, because we can, just dedicated people is all it takes.
Deondrae Porter, is a Recording artist, songwriter and producer. Some of his musical inspirations are: Wiz Khalifa, Jay-Z, John Lennon. His music focuses on strong and relevant songwriting with rare production and arrangements. Deondrae Porter’s qualities consist of being humble, thankful and productive whose free spirit flows with gratitude and finesse, which can be herd within the lyrics and music. His industrial/hip-hop vibe is a smash of being yourself and hard work. Self expression is what has been the foundation to make the music he creates. The mission is to reach everyone with something fresh and new. A conscious and a well thought out message in music to touch the inner being of a person that has yet to be expressed. Staying focused and motivated has crafted the Deondrae Porter sound.
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The steamy young vampires of “Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2″ conquered the box office world this weekend, taking a $141 million bite domestically and another $200 million overseas. That’s $341 million worldwide in five days of release.
The U.S. opening tops the $138 million debut of last year’s “Breaking Dawn — Part 1″ and, when the final figures on Sunday attendance come in, could surpass the domestic debut of 2009′s “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” which at $142 million was the previous best bow in the series.
The busy box office weekend was running 15 percent ahead of last year when “Breaking Dawn 1″ led the way. Last week’s No. 1 film “Skyfall” was No. 2 with $41.5 million and in the process became the biggest-grossing James Bond film of all time. Oscar contender “Lincoln” was third with a surprisingly strong $21 million in its nationwide debut.
Fresh clashes erupted in the West Bank on Sunday as Palestinian youths threw rocks at Israeli soldiers, who responded with teargas. But anger in the West Bank has not only been directed at Israel: many also blame the Palestinian Authority for failing to take action over the Gaza offensive and for co-operating with the Israeli security forces against protesters.
Hazem Abu Helal was arrested after joining a protest at the Bet El checkpoint near Ramallah after several female demonstrators were arrested by the Israeli army. “They began shooting a lot of teargas so I moved back to the City Inn Hotel, which is inside the Palestinian controlled area,” he said.
Abu Helal was detained not by the Israeli army but by Palestinian security forces, who took him to a Ramallah police station for questioning. “They said, ‘You’re making a problem for the [Palestinian Authority]‘,” Abu Helal said. “They told me, ‘Go make a demonstration in Ramallah’.”
According to Shawan Jabarin, the director of Al-Haq, a Palestinian human rights group, Palestinian security forces often suppress protests against Israel in the West Bank.
“They stop them, arrest them, beat them sometimes,” Jabarin said.
On Sunday, he said, Palestinian security forces prevented protesters from reaching Israel’s Al Jalame checkpoint near Jenin. “The Palestinian police have become a guard for Israel’s interests,” he said.
This security co-operation, outlined under the now two-decade-old Oslo Accords, is a key grievance for Palestinian activists. “At minimum what [President Mahmoud] Abbas could do now is stop this co-operation with Israel,” Abu Helal said. “He doesn’t believe in the power of his people, only of the people outside. Now he only cares about the UN.”
Despite Abbas’s push for statehood at the United Nations, less than half of Palestinians are satisfied with his performance as president, according to a September poll by a local research institute. Many Palestinians see this co-operation and years of negotiations with Israel as fruitless and allowing expansion of Israeli settlement in the West Bank to continue, without stopping attacks on Gaza.
Abbas has not been to Gaza since bloody clashes saw his Western-backed Fatah movement kicked out of the strip five years ago. Since then the division between the Fatah-dominated Palestinian Authority, which controls the West Bank, and Hamas, which rules Gaza, has created divergent economic, social and political realities. This is compounded with a war in the Gaza Strip, and while Hamas fires rockets at Israel, security forces in the West Bank control crowds.
Abbas and other West Bank leaders have condemned the operation, but their lack of action on this latest violence, said Dr Samir Awad, a professor of political science at Birzeit University near Ramallah, is not enough for most Palestinians.
“The Palestinians in the West Bank are not happy to sit here, where they are separated from Gaza,” Awad said. “The Palestinian Authority did not do anything to stop security co-ordination with Israel or even threaten the future of peace talks during this attack on Gaza.”
While the operation in Gaza continues, Hamas is forming its own diplomatic relationship with the post-Arab Spring leadership, increasing the separation and testing Abbas’s leadership.
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