I Like they Way You Love Me

I love this song, it’s really calming. It’s not all loud n F bomb every second so it’s a change up. It’s by Brenton Wood- I Like the Way You Love Me

By Lil’ Rob, a chicano rapper. He has a few good songs here and there but this is my favorite song of his. Remix of Brenton Wood’s.

Monte Cristo


Was the Monte Cristo sandwich named after the book “The Count of Monte Cristo”? My mom is obsessed with the sandwhiches and she always wants me to try them but I’m always too scared too because theyir bread is cooked like french toast and I hate the egg flavor.



Everyone loves that wise old man or woman that is so smart and they end up teaching this young kid, basically their protegy, everything they know, creating a bond and then they either die and it’s this huge loss in the movie or they live and share in the happiness of their pupil. There are countless movies that have this theme in them but I’m just going to talk about a few of them that are in some of the most famous and some of my favorite movies.

  1. Pat-Morita_(Karate_Kid)

Mr. Miyagi! from the move Karate Kid How can he not be considered one of the greatest mentors with the “wax on, wax off” technique.He taught little Joe Esposito karate techniques and shared in the happiness of him winning the tournament and even moving on to a Karate Kid part 2 which wasn’t as good.


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The Park

20100606-DSC_0097Recently, (literally yesterday) I went to the park and had forgotten Continue reading

Death’s Gray Land

Soldiers are citizens of death’s gray land, means life or death maybe, they thought of fire lit homes when the guns began, knock-kneed limped on, blood-shod, bonds to the whims of murder, great hour of destiny, they stand, Obscene as cancer, forced to fight on their homeland, Soldiers are citizens of death’s gray land, to cross the sleeping green between, but still they stare untroubled as he stands and mocked by hopeless longing to regain.”

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