Fuck a 9 to 5



I frequently read Forbes magazine and watch successful entrepreneurs testimonials on YouTube. And a lot of what I feel they have in common is the concept of doing what you love. Also contributing to the advancement of humanity.
  ” if you’re not doing what you love , then you’re bound to fail. Doing what you love will keep you going when things get difficult.” I believe Steve Jobs said something like this. That’s why I quit my job at an H.E.B warehouse. I felt like a slave. It wasn’t about the money it’s the feeling you get when you’re work. And I hated it.
I love the freedom of bikes , skateboards and anything having to do with the Arts. So what the he’ll was I doing in a warehouse, sounds like suicide for someone like me huh?
So I got a new job, working for an entrepreneur who started his own deli delivery business. And guess what I get paid to do? Take three guesses… Nope…. Nope… You’re right! Ride around downtown on my bike delivering food. Even if its something I don’t do long term I like it. I guess time will tell.


They lied to Us


Hip-Hop nowadays leave no room for softness. You constantly have to be aggressive and attacking everything. Who lives like that? I mean for real. No one is that angry all day. Dont get me wrong I love hip-hop. I love listening to artist such as Tupac,… well Tupac might be the only hardcore hip-hop artist I listen to. Through it all, even on his more violent songs there was always elements of a uplifting power. It always left you inspired if you really listened to the content. You can’t be soft is hip-hop, you won’t last long. But to me it isn’t a surprise to find out a lot of my favorite rappers are gay.
Frank Ocean gets a lot of hate from many different people just for being who he is. Everyone always talks about being real. They say “I’m the realest”. Really? You are? You mean the rapper who’s really gay in reality but will never admit it? That’s not real. That’s why I applaud artists like Frank Ocean for being who he is. I’m not gay at all and I’m not ashamed to say I love this guys music. At the end of the day I’m a fan of the music not the man or women. Honestly. I’m not one of those people who focus on who the person is and forget about the music. But if your music doesn’t have content it’s a waste. I think if your gay just say your gay and live your life. There’s no need to lie to everyone. I think we’re in an age where we as a people are more understanding of things like this. Just be true to you and trust that God will take care of the rest.