Tuesday, April 15, 2008

PURO TANGO BLAST

Overwhelmingly Hispanic and all-male, Tango Blast formed inside Texas's state prisons during the early 1990s. Originally, say members, it was an offshoot or cousin of the Texas Syndicate, but the "homitos" soon grew tired of being taken advantage of by the established gang to do much of its dirty work. So, in the same way that MS-13 formed in Los Angeles to protect its people from other predatory groups, so Tango Blast was created to shield inmates from other prison gangs. In fact, many older members claim the word "Tango" is an acronym standing for "Together Against Negative Gang Organizations." However, the most common interpretation of Tango is "hometown clique."

Subject(s): Tango Blast, Houston Police Dept., gang-related crime, gang insignias, prison gangs This makes sense, because the group is divided up by cities, or hometowns. The four original chapters of Tango Blast are in Houston, called Houstone; Austin, called ATX or La Capricha; Dallas, known as D-Town; and Fort Worth, called Foros or Foritos. These independent groups unite to form the Four Horsemen, sometimes also called Puro Tango Blast. In and out of prison, they tend to stick together. Other cities and regions, including El Paso, San Antonio, Corpus Christi, the Rio Grande Valley and West Texas, have Tango gangs but do not always get along with the original four. Houstone is by far the largest of them all. Exact numbers are hard to come by. While police, county jail and state prison authorities all say Tango Blast is the largest clique in Texas, they will not estimate how many men belong. Several members, including Randy, say Houstone members number in the thousands, and when you "put all the Four Horsemen together, you're in the five digits, easy."

"There's so little structure and so few requirements to get in," says Harris County Deputy Michael Squyres, who works with gang members in the county jail, "that they're drawing very large numbers of people."

The older prison gangs are far more selective about whom they let in, and initiations are more involved than a simple minute-long fistfight with a pair of members. Typically, recruits are forced to commit some violent or serious crime so that members can dangle it over the greenhorns like the sword of Damocles, and use it against them should they betray the gang.

Indeed, the Tango Blast gangs, Houstone in particular, are in a class all by themselves. They operate as both a street gang and a prison gang, and at the same time, in some ways, they are neither.

"We used to joke," says Squyres, "that when you went from a street gang to a prison gang, you'd gone from a farm club to the major league. But Houstone is kind of in-between. They're a weird concept, and it's something we're all having to deal with and adjust to."

Most street gangs are territorial and dominate certain blocks and neighborhoods. Not Houstone. The majority of members joined up while incarcerated and have returned home, be that in the Heights, Baytown, Pasadena or southwest Houston. They do not sport colors or bandannas like street gangs, but do have signifying tattoos, including the Astros logo, local area codes such as 713 and 281, and the Roman numerals XVI, XX and II, which correspond to the letters P, T and B and stand for Puro Tango Blast.

Unlike traditional prison gangs, Houstone is decentralized, with no written constitution or set rules. All members are supposedly equal; all you need to apply is to have spent time in a state prison — although even that is no longer an absolute. Whereas traditional prison gangs have clear-cut systems of seniority and rank, Tango Blast does not. Members elect speakers for each wing of every unit within the prison system. The speakers, called "sillas," Spanish for "chair," then meet with the leaders of other gangs when required and bring the group's consensus opinion to the table.

"It's like the only and purest form of democracy in there," says Pete.

When a man joins one of the established prison gangs, he must drop any and all prior gang affiliations. But not if he joins Houstone. Upon release from prison, members can choose to stay active in Houstone, or they may return to their street gang or just plain drop gang-­banging altogether. In traditional prison gangs, death is the only acceptable reason to quit.

"We get a lot of people who will take a minute-long ass beating just to join for the protection and to live a little better," says Pete.

If you listen to many of the guys who have been released from prison, you'd tend to think Houstone is far more like a college fraternity than a prison gang. They talk mostly about brotherhood and looking out for one another, watching football games together and hanging out with their women and kids. After all, unlike other prison gangs, many members of Tango Blast are not hardened criminals, and they simply joined for short-term protection while incarcerated, with the expectation they'd drop the gang once they got out.

"It's just a group of people in the same city or in the suburbs that get together and go to picnics and barbecues," says "Bill," who did not want his real name used and is currently on probation. He calls himself an "active" member. "Me and my homeboys, we try to help each other out and try to get jobs for one another. We act like a second family."

In some instances, says Bill, Houstone even creates peace between street gang members who were at war with each other before they united under Tango Blast.

"I know this dude who I shot at when we were on the streets in different gangs," says Bill, "but he joined Houstone and now we laugh about it. He tells all the homeboys, 'this crazy motherfucker shot at me, and now I have his bullet right now.' And we just laugh about it because it's just part of how we grew up."

But not all Houstone and Tango Blast members choose a crime-free life after getting out of prison. Over the past several years, Houston, Dallas and Austin police have arrested Tango Blast members for everything from drug dealing and kidnapping to sexual assault and murder. Members have been accused of threatening police officers and waging a bloody, all-out turf war with members of the Texas Syndicate over drugs and issues of respect that are spilling over from the prisons into the streets

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MADE-UP PRACTICES



DON’TS
1. Tell on your friends.
2. Pester excessively.
3. Promote Tango outside of prison/ Learn too much.
4. Start Wicked Wars.
5. open wounds without cause.
6. establish Law of Jealousy’s.
7. rape a brother or another/ Disrespect another person’s Religion.
8. Hinder brother form Growing.
9. Be a false witness/ Look down at another brother without cause.


Various. Forms of Cora Checks.
1. Be willing to fight for what’s yours
2. Fight two same size people.
3. Keep swinging till time is up, don’t get tired, don’t fold twice.
4. Too much pain in life check.
5. Too religious (wears a white ornament).
6. Too much information in head check.
7. Infirmaties check.
8. Brawler check.


can/ connot DO’s:
1. Fight for what’s yours.
2. Recreation: (Sports, crafts, gamble, body build/siesta)
3. Keep yourself right. (be respectful as possible, take a paddle/ unwanted Chores, learn, train self skills/ Enjoy Life).
4. Theropy: (exercise, Write , Music, Body Build/siesta).
5. train self/ write a letter to a loved one/ Art.
6. Fund Raiser for Recreational Facilities and
7. Charity: (Teach/help/ help solve).
8. learn something new.
9. If it seems fishy it is.
10. train others.
11. fight.
12. Support Families.

This is not an authentic version of common practice, I recently made this up.



DO’s:
1. If I have it and I don’t need it it’s yours.
2. Keep yourself right.
3. Ask for anything, not too much in 3 days.
4. Be Respectful as much as Possible.

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Amazing facts.





100 Years Ago
A lot of this is applicable to our grandparents, and even some of our parents.

It May Be Hard to Believe That A Scant 100 Years Ago...


The average life expectancy in the United States was forty-seven.
Only 14 percent of the homes in the United States had a bathtub.
Only 8 percent of the homes had a telephone. A three minute call from Denver to New York City cost eleven dollars.
There were only 8,000 cars in the US and only 144 miles of paved roads.
The maximum speed limit in most cities was ten mph.
Alabama, Mississippi, Iowa, and Tennessee were each more heavily populated than California. With a mere 1.4 million residents, California was only the twenty-first most populous state in the Union.
The tallest structure in the world was the Eiffel Tower.
The average wage in the U.S. was twenty-two cents an hour. The average U.S. worker made between $200 and $400 per year.
A competent accountant could expect to earn $2000 per year, a dentist $2500 per year, a veterinarian between $1500 and $4000 per year, and a mechanical engineer about $5000 per year.
More than 95 percent of all births in the United States took place at home.


Ninety percent of all U.S. physicians had no college education. Instead, they attended medical schools, many of which were condemned in the press and by the government as "substandard."
Sugar cost four cents a pound.
Eggs were fourteen cents a dozen.
Coffee cost fifteen cents a pound.
Most women only washed their hair once a month and used borax or egg yolks for shampoo.
Canada passed a law prohibiting poor people from entering the country for any reason, either as travelers or immigrants.
The five leading causes of death in the U.S. were: 1. Pneumonia and influenza 2. Tuberculosis 3. Diarrhea 4. Heart disease 5. Stroke
The American flag had 45 stars. Arizona, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Hawaii and Alaska hadn't been admitted to the Union yet.
Drive-by-shootings, in which teenage boys galloped down the street on horses and started randomly shooting at houses, carriages, or anything else that caught their fancy, were an ongoing problem in Denver and other cities in the West.
The population of Las Vegas, Nevada was thirty. The remote desert community was inhabited by only a handful of ranchers and their families.


Plutonium, insulin, and antibiotics hadn't been discovered yet. Scotch tape, crossword puzzles, canned beer, and iced tea hadn't been invented.
There was no Mother's Day or Father's Day.
One in ten U.S. adults couldn't read or write. Only 6 percent of all Americans had graduated from high school.
Some medical authorities warned that professional seamstresses were apt to become sexually aroused by the steady rhythm, hour after hour, of the sewing machine's foot pedals. They recommended slipping bromide, which was thought to diminish sexual desire,into the woman's drinking water.
Marijuana, heroin, and morphine were all available over the counter at corner drugstores. According to one pharmacist, "Heroin clears the complexion, gives buoyancy to the mind, regulates the stomach and the bowels, and is, in fact, a perfect guardian of health.
Coca-Cola contained cocaine instead of caffeine.
Punch card data processing had recently been developed, and early predecessors of the modern computer were used for the first time by the government to help compile the 1900 census.
Eighteen percent of households in the United States had at least one full-time servant or domestic.

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A family takes 25 years to Build.


Religion is for married people, unless you feel you are called to do a thing for God.


Sex stuns your growth.


Dating is for people who are looking to ready to get married.




love is for people who are acquainted with it, and value of it is endless.




no sex is not good for you.




Communication is a chaotic pathway in the line of fire.




Education is for pencil pushers.



Federal Politics are for the old and settled.



Family gatherings usually end in war. (direct it righteously)




Life is simple but hard, Hard but simple, unless your dealing with a beurocrate.

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KNOCK KNOCK JOKE





Knock Knock. Who's there? Butch, Jimmy and Joe. Butch, Jimmy, and Joe Who? Butch your arms around me, Jimmy a kiss, and let's Joe.

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Joke


A retired corporate executive, now a widower, decided to take a vacation. He booked himself on a Caribbean cruise and proceeded to have the time of his life, that is, until the ship sank. He found himself on an island with no other people, no supplies, nothing, only bananas and coconuts.

After about four months, he is lying on the beach one day when the most gorgeous woman he has ever seen rows up to the shore. In disbelief, he asks, "Where did you come from? How did you get here?" She replies, "I rowed from the other side of the island. I landed here when my cruise ship sank." "Amazing," he notes. "You were really lucky to have a row boat wash up with you." "Oh, this thing?" explains the woman. "I made the boat out of raw material I found on the island. The oars were whittled from gum tree branches. I wove the bottom from palm branches, and the sides and stern came from a Eucalyptus tree." "But, where did you get the tools?" "Oh, that was no problem," replied the woman. "On the south side of the island, a very unusual stratum of alluvial rock is exposed. I found if I fired it to a certain temperature in my kiln, it melted into ductile iron. I used that for tools and used the tools to make the hardware." The guy is stunned. "Let's row over to my place," she says. After a few minutes of rowing, she docks the boat at a small wharf. As the man looks to shore, he nearly falls off the boat. Before him is a stone walk leading to an exquisite bungalow painted in blue and white While the woman ties up the rowboat wit h an expertly woven hemp rope, the man can only stare ahead, dumb struck. As they walk into the house, she says casually, "It's not much, but I call it home. Sit down, please. Would you like a drink?" "No! No thank you," he blurts out, still dazed. "I can't take another drop of coconut juice." "It's not coconut juice," winks the woman. "I have a still. How would you like a Pina Colada?" Trying to hide his continued amazement, the man accepts, and they sit down on her couch to talk. After they have exchanged their stories, the woman announces, "I'm going to slip into something more comfortable. Would you like to take a shower and shave? There is a razor upstairs in the bathroom cabinet." No longer questioning anything, the man goes into the bathroom.

There, in the cabinet, a razor made from a piece of tortoise bone. Two shells honed to a hollow ground edge are fastened on to its end inside a swivel mechanism. "This woman is amazing," he muses. "What next?" When he returns, she greets him wearing nothing but vines, strategically positioned, and smelling faintly of gardenias. She beckons for him to sit down next to her. "Tell me," she begins suggestively, slithering closer to him, "We've been out here for many months. You've been lonely. There's something I'm sure you really feel like doing right now, something you've been longing for?" She stares into his eyes. He can't believe what he's hearing. "You mean . . he swallows excitedly and tears start to form in his eyes." . . .

"Don't tell me you've built a Golf Course!"

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Three prospective church goers attend a meeting with the clergy of a local church and ask to become members. The three, an older couple, a middle age couple and a young newlywed couple are told that to become members it is required that they abstain from sex for two full weeks and then return.

Two weeks pass and all three return and the clergyman asks each couple if they have fulfilled the requirement laid out at the first meeting.

The elderly gentleman says that they have and are ready to join the church.

The middle age couple advise that the first week was okay but during the second week the husband had to sleep on the couch. Nonetheless, they made it and are ready to join the church.

The newlyweds hang their heads and the husband says, "Well, father, my wife was bending over taking something from the freezer the day after our meeting and I couldn't stop myself. I took her right on the spot."

"I'm sorry," says the clergyman to the young couple, "but, you are forbidden from coming back to this church."

"I figured that," says the husband, "cause we can't go back to the grocery store either."

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DON’TS
1. Tell on your friends.
2. Pester excessively.
3. Claim Tango outside of prison/ Learn too much.
4. Start Wicked Wars.
5. open wounds without cause.
6. establish Law of Jealousy’s.
7. rape a brother or another/ Disrespect another person’s Religion.
8. Hinder brother form Growing.
9. Be a false witness/ Look down at another brother.


Various. Forms of Cora Checks.
1. Be willing to fight for what’s yours.
2. Fight two same size people.
3. Keep swinging till time is up, don’t get tired, don’t fold twice.
4. Too much pain in life check.
5. Too religious (wears a white ornament).
6. Too much information in head check.
7. Infirmaties check.
8. Brawler check.


May DO’s:
1. Spend time alone, Help others be successful so you will, Think.
2. Recreation: (Sports, crafts, gamble, body build/siesta)
3. Keep yourself right. (be respectful as possible, take a paddle/ unwanted Chores, learn, train self skills/ Enjoy Life).
4. Theropy: (exercise, Write , Music, Hobby, Body Build/siesta, Party).
5. train self/ write a letter to a loved one/ Art.
6. Fund Raiser for Recreational Facilities and Education, help.
7. Charity: (Teach/help/ help solve).
8. learn something new. (if needed, or something ti do).
9. If it seems fishy it is.
10. train others.
11. fight/ forgive, Rectify {correct}.
12. Spend time with Family, Prayer, Vacation.

This is not an authentic, not to be taken seriously.



DO’s:
2. Keep yourself right.

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DON’TS
1. Tell on your friends.
2. Pester excessively.
3. Claim Tango outside of prison/ Learn too much.
4. Start Wicked Wars.
5. open wounds without cause.
6. establish Law of Jealousy’s.
7. rape a brother or another/ Disrespect another person’s Religion.
8. Hinder brother form Growing.
9. Be a false witness/ Look down at another brother.


Various. Forms of Cora Checks.
1. Be willing to fight for what’s yours.
2. Fight two same size people.
3. Keep swinging till time is up, don’t get tired, don’t fold twice.
4. Too much pain in life check.
5. Too religious (wears a white ornament).
6. Too much information in head check.
7. Infirmaties check.
8. Brawler check.


May DO’s:
1. Spend time alone, Help others be successful so you will, Time to Think.
2. Recreation: (Sports, crafts, gamble, body build/siesta)
3. Keep yourself right. (be respectful as possible, take a paddle/ unwanted Chores, learn, train self skills/ Enjoy Life).
4. Theropy: (exercise, Write , Music, Hobby, Body Build/siesta, Party).
5. train self/ write a letter to a loved one/ Art.
6. Fund Raiser for Recreational Facilities and Education, help.
7. Charity: (Teach/help/ help solve).
8. learn something new. (if needed, or something ti do).
9. If it seems fishy it is.
10. train others, have mercy rather than judgment, run laps.
11. fight/ forgive, Judgment/Rectify {correct}.
12. Spend time with Family, Prayer, Vacation.

This is not an authentic, not to be taken seriously.



DO’s:
2. Keep yourself right.

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One's Private affairs (Endeavor).



1. Daily Schedule.
A. Morning
B. Day.
C. Evening.


2. Life Occupation.
A. House keeping/ Labor/ technology.
B. Job/ Occupational Trade.
C. Investor/Charity/ Fran Planting.


3. Basic Knowledge of Environment.
A. Religion
B. Work
C. Evening


4. Conduct Ethical Business
A. Budget
b. Trade based on supply and Demand
C. Business Plan realistically executed


6. Reward good Work
A. Great food
B. Upgrade cloths/ merchandise
C. New relationship


7. Be part of a Team
A. Learn leadership/ necessary followerhship
b. Accounting/ helping
C. Networking/ communicating

8. New Places
A. new job
B. new resources
C. new location

9. Learn to Communicate.
A. Types of SPEECH [Command (rulers), informative (teach), small talk (comfort), Converse (joy)]
B.
C. Greetos and goodbyes

10. Man's House his righteous rules.
A. gathering manners
B. secrets given and withheld
C. New guests



11. Evacuation.
A. Acts of Contention/ rubbed Shoulders
C. Acts of Weather
B. Acts of War/ riot


12. Tend to Family.
A. Husbandry
B. Help meet
C. children rearing knowledge (the first three years book)

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Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Police.
Police who?
Police hurry up, it’s chilly outside!

Two men fought their entire life about whether Jesus was Black or White. The two men died together in a car accident. Finally when they reached the gates of heaven Jesus walked up to them and said "BUENOS DIAS!"

source: http://www.jokes4us.com/religiousjokes/blackorwhitejoke.html

Knock Knock Who's there? Tunis! Tunis who? Tunis company, three's a crowd!

source: http://www.jokes4us.com/knockknockjokes/index.html

Knock Knock Who's there? Iran! Iran who? Iran over here to tell you this!

source: http://www.jokes4us.com/knockknockjokes/index.html

Knock Knock Who's there ? Dishes! Dishes who? Dishes the Police come out with your hands up.

source: http://www.jokes4us.com/knockknockjokes/index.html
Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Dozen.
Dozen who?
Dozen anybody want to let me in?
Knock, knock
Who’s there?
Iva.
Iva who?
I’ve a sore hand from knocking!

Knock Knock
Who's there?
Little old lady
Little old lad who?
WOW! I didn't know you can yodel!

Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Henrietta.
Henrietta who?
Henrietta worm that was in his apple.

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Joke

July:

If girl is with you - Restaurant Bill
If girl is far from you - Mobile bill
If girl is separated from you - Than Bar Bill.
Moral - No Girl - No Bills!



Teacher: What small bee gives you?
Kid: Honey!
Teacher: What small goat gives you?
Kid: Milk!
And what buffalo gives you?
Kid: Home work!



A girl gives a kiss to a baby but left her lipstick spot.
Girl: Oops I am sorry..
Kid: It is ok.. if there are strain while doing something.. strains are good!













Once a sweet little girl became restless as the preacher's sermon dragged on and on. Finally, she leaned over to her mother and whispered, "Mommy, if we give him the money now, will he let us go?"

I made my money the old fashioned way. I was very nice to a wealthy relative right before he died.

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People & Ideas: John Leland
John Leland
Source: hymntime.com
Baptist minister John Leland played a key role in the struggle for religious liberty in both Virginia and Connecticut.

Raised in New England, Leland traveled to Virginia in 1775 to spread the Baptist message just as tensions between the established Anglican Church and the Baptists were mounting. Leland's experience witnessing the persecution and imprisonment of his fellow Baptist preachers -- in addition to being threatened with a gun himself -- hardened his view that church and state must be separate for individuals to be free to follow their conscience in matters of religion. "Every man must give an account of himself to God, and therefore every man ought to be at liberty to serve God in a way that he can best reconcile to his conscience. If government can answer for individuals at the day of judgment, let men be controlled by it in religious matters; otherwise, let men be free," he wrote.

Demanding freedom of religion, Leland became a key player in the so-called Virginia experience, where he found strong allies in James Madison and Thomas Jefferson. It was an unlikely alliance. Jefferson was skeptical of traditional Christianity; Leland was a fervent evangelical intent on spreading the "Good News" of the Gospel. Yet Leland, Madison and Jefferson shared a passionate belief in religious liberty.

They found common ground for different reasons. Like the Puritan dissident Roger Williams, Leland was convinced that the church must be protected from interference and incursions of the state; he opposed any form of state support of religion. Jefferson believed that it was the state that needed protection from overzealous clergymen and organized religious groups.

Leland became a pivotal supporter of James Madison and helped win Baptist support for Madison's election to the First Congress, where Madison drafted what would become the First Amendment of the Bill of Rights.

In 1791, Leland moved back to New England, where the Congregational Church still maintained its place as the established, preferred church in both Massachusetts and Connecticut. Leland fought to end religious establishment in both states and saw Connecticut end establishment in 1818 and Massachusetts in 1833.

An ardent supporter of Thomas Jefferson, Leland became famous for his media-savvy strategy to signal the Baptists' support of the newly elected president in 1801: the gift of a giant wheel of cheese. Reportedly made from the milk of 900 Republican cows, the cheese measured 4 feet in diameter, 13 feet in circumference, and weighed 1,235 pounds. Emblazoned on its red crust was Jefferson's favorite motto: "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God." As the giant cheese made the monthlong journey from western Massachusetts to Washington, D. C., pundits lampooned, ridiculed and celebrated the "mammoth cheese." On Jan. 1, 1802, Jefferson welcomed Leland and his flamboyant gift into White House. Two days later, Leland delivered the Sunday sermon in the House of Representatives, with the president in attendance.

Leland's belief in full separation of church and state would lead him to denounce the notion of the United States as a Christian nation. In A Chronicle of His Time in Virginia, Leland wrote: "The notion of a Christian commonwealth should be exploded forever. ... Government should protect every man in thinking and speaking freely, and see that one does not abuse another. The liberty I contend for is more than toleration. The very idea of toleration is despicable; it supposes that some have a pre-eminence above the rest to grant indulgence, whereas all should be equally free, Jews, Turks, Pagans and Christians."

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The Virginia Experience

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I. Freedom of Speech, Press, Religion and Petition

II. Right to keep and bear arms

III. Conditions for quarters of soldiers

IV. Right of search and seizure regulated

V. Provisons concerning prosecution

VI. Right to a speedy trial, witnesses, etc.

VII. Right to a trial by jury

VIII. Excessive bail, cruel punishment

IX. Rule of construction of Constitution

X. Rights of the States under Constitution

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3rd qoutes






Lets agree to disagree.





Respect goes along ways.






"No one will enter the New World Order unless he or she will make a pledge to worship Lucifer. No one will enter the New Age unless he will take a Luciferian Initiation [(homosexual act)]."
David Spangler, Director of Planetary Initiative, United Nations




Ignorance is focus and blessed.



Walk by FAITH and not by Sight.



The Law brings strength unto sin




In all labor there is increase.




If you don’t say something somebody else will.




Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you.






Be cool, calm, and consistant.





Talk to people like a human being as much s possible, but don't kiss ass, unless your at work sometimes you have to.






The merciful man doeth good unto his soul.






Just because someone died doesn’t mean they are innocent or a victum.




Our righteousness is as filthy rags compared to the Lord, and we all fall short of his glory.







Cursed is every man who puts his trust in mankind, blessed is all they who put their trust in the Lord.










Wise men think on paper.





Your sole duty in life is to enjoy life, if not you will be given to false pride, envy, and strife.

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1. Daily System Routine.
A. Morning
B. Day.
C. Evening


2. Life Occupation.
A. House keeping SkillS
B. Job/ Occupation
C. Investor/Charity


3. Basic Knowledge of Environment.
A. Religion
B. Work
C. Evening


4. Conduct Ethical Business
A. Budget: (Income - Outcome = Expenses + Savings)
b. Trade based on supply and Demand
C. Business Plan realistically executed


6. Reward good Work
A. Great food
B. Upgrade cloths/ merchandise
C. New relationship


7. Be part of a Team
A. Learn leadership/ necessary followerhship
B. Accounting/ helping
C. Networking/ communicating

8. New Places
A. new job
B. new resources
C. new location

9. Learn to Communicate.
A. Types of SPEECH [Command (rulers), informative (teach), small talk (comfort), Converse (joy)]
B. Writing.
C. Greetos and goodbyes- greetings and salutations.

10. Man's House his righteous rules.
A. gathering manners
B. secrets given and withheld
C. New guests



11. Evacuation.
A. Acts of Contention/ rubbed Shoulders
C. Acts of Weather
B. Acts of War/ riot


12. Tend to Family.
A. Husbandry

B. Wife


C. children rearing knowledge
A

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God called us mexicans to protect the nations, we are the only ones engineere

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Of 3 royal communities

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Excuse me 4.

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I suggest everybody prepare for upcoming pre-presidential looters

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I wont put up with another "operation wetback" by 34th republican president dwight d. Eisenhower, not saying rep. Trump doesnt have good intentions, but in humane actions are not to be tolersted, operation wetback, was inhumane and a ERIOUS Black Mark on our precious history, repent of your inhumane actions and remission your ways again.

Throwing good and precious families across the border in the hands of your precious suppliers of narcotics is no way to legalize them, the system is rigged yo keep them illegal, why dont you get them legal as soon as they cross the border but rather you love to terrorize them sun ip to sun down for your guilty pleasure

They are not mostly criminal, majority are good to great human beings with love, honesty and nothing but good intentions.

To betray them is guilty in the highest degree

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Ask what your politicians and busineses can do for you, because of ehat you have been doing for the country.

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The eyes of the Daystar are in every place beholding the good and the other things

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Life dont quite because someone is full if shit.

You want something done your gonna have to get dirty, bkoody, and wipe the sweat and stuff off your face
face.

If it is to be, its up to me.

Ots dangerous out there, so The dangerous get going.

To protect and serve your paymasters

Whats right matters.

So it Appears.


Dont jealous, get even better.

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You want to act like a nigger your going to get treated like one.

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Youll get dragged down i-10 along with jesse jackson and the family

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Hauling behind

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I dont hear him ripromanding u.

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Knives work.

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They persecuted us before theyll do ut again, its a matter of time

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The Sword brings peace there has never been an alternative, if its true in my life, history, the forever nore.

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Take awau a gun from a cop you know what he is a watchmen someone nobody fear.

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Anyone who hates weapons is a wicked doer who found new devices to commit evil.

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For all i know he is just as wicked as the rest if them.

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Drugs dont turn people bad, its just that bad people also do drugs.

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They took away your barrios and ghettoes because they want to take away your life your not a higher statuser.

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That is for the higher stats

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That's not the task that i do

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Cut they're hands, cut their stomach

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Stab their hands, cut their neck

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Skip to my lou

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I acknowledge what you said yesterday

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Great job in freedom fest

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Great job in freedom fest

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An example has to be made to wake up

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Perhaps i have to bring back hanging outside the courtroom to ensure thare be not one flaw iin the system up for review.

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We want equal treatmen not eqaul control, but present representation everwhere were possible

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They declared war on my people who done nothing but obey just as much or more fules that everyone else ibeys, how can fugitives come forward for legalities you have the gun pointed at them saying come forward l, and were all suppose to believe your for the mexican american people, a people you neglect, block , and hold in derision every chance you get, shall we believe you wont want to futher persecute, demolish and withold from us any further, nay but they did devlare, shall there not be a response, there shall be a response, we will make gravel bolistic cannons to combat your drones, fireband alcohol to combat your war mechanics, gutanomo bay tactic your children for information they do to other children and its legal

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We are for defense you sre for offense

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Its obvious i can't scare you away, so i am going to have to WARD you away.

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Through prayer, fasting, and action you will be defeated

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Male flting darts witg gloves no finger prints and catapolt fore ants

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Mustard gas out of mustard onions garlic

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And aluminum

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Theyre watching Porn!!

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Stop black people and white people from fighting

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V8deo games yeah sir
All day

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The tools that kill

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Theyrevfighting in the worlplace

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You had a bad day

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I strive for dignity

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foregiveness- the foregiving of sanctification. Justification. Wisdom. Righteousness.

He that is wise is wise for himself!

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They love to point out your flaws so no one consentrates on theirs

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People use religion to fool and God will noot stop them to prove you wrong about people.

You shall be hated by some.people for m6 name sake!!!

Erik Perez said...

Some sections of neighborhood should be segregated contrary to tyriq might say

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I think black people got upperhand on. The Military

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Its not like we didnt have a race war to begin with
#civil war

Erik Perez said...

It nearly screwed over the counrty

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No mo niggas in yo house

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Yourname is

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Obama has signed in a new law national night outs for nationwide rioting. They are even alowed in your lawn around you babies

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I tgreaten you if persecution of me and my peopke arises i shall vastly advance them on 3 24 17. 3:14 central time

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If not a later date

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EXPENSES
Gas $120-$400.
Treats (3 dollars a day).
Car maintenance $50 month:
1. Car wash
2. Repairs.
3. Wear and tear.
A. Exterior.
a. windshield wipers.
b. Light bulbs.
c. Inspection sticker.
d. Registration.
B. Interior.
a. stains.
b. windows.
c. ignition.
d. A/c
C. Tires.
a. Inflate
b. Nail.
c. Flat.
d. Blowout.

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Never explai. Anything to a women, forever.

To come up you must show up.


To be the best you must takeout the be best or outperform him.

The truth is stranger than fiction.

Faith discipline action

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Fact over opinion.

Love over loyalty.

Jesus over everything.

Must over trust.

Lover over joy.

Joy over faith.

Peace over love.


Charity beats all.

Jesus over satan

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Attention.

We are going to have to have some sort of segregation. Im for integration to an extent. But if someone white black yellow doesnt want to live around mexicans they should have that opportunity.

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concerning immigration.

If there is too much of a population in this giant country then we shouldnt hold other countrys down were theycannot expand or build and prosper.

Murder is murder whether they die instantly or left to die

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Im secretary to the Hg. Cant nobody f wit me without permission

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Peace love and joy in the Hg

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The way up is down.

Let them say what they want to say

Must over trust.

Carry ye one anothers burdens

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Its gold or just told

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My own man to my own choices.

Even the bible gets in the way of my prpphetic insight right Hg