The Ratio
The Ratio

The Ratio

Equalism
Equalism

Equalism

That Was Fast
That Was Fast

That Was Fast

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out

out

walkers
 walkers

walkers

fasting
fasting

fasting

import
import

import

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were

were

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coed

coed

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Animals, Birthday, and Cars: When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used to think all problems could be solved by a gun or a knife. When I used to want to kill my dad for raping my mum and abusing me. When I used to eat murdered animals... When I used to think women were objects, when I used to think that learning my history was "Too deep" Just before I was in the Army, when I was 15, I was was selling crack and heroin on the block, these times I thought that life had no meaning just sex, money and power... When I used to think that crying was weak so I didn't cry for 12 years... When I used to be scared of having children 👶🏾 When I used to sex any women, from any background as long as they were aesthetically pleasing. When I used to respect people just because they had money. When I experienced massive racism, so I learned how to box and beat up any Europeans who were racist to me. (Now I can just beat them verbally) When I never used to tell anyone how I really feel. When I used to eat junk food, I actually stopped drinking at 17 and didn't drink since. When I was lonely... When I thought I was going die everyday, when I nearly got blown up on my 20th birthday in Iraq. When I thought being a celebrity was a good idea. When I was self destructive. When I was going to kill myself... When I used to drive cars too fast, when I thought that "Making it" in the USA was the highest human achievement. When I was depressed. When I did nothing for my people or culture, when I was a coward. When I saw my friend get murdered in front of me by the park where we used to do callisthenics... Then I changed, I've been working on myself ever since. I am humble enough to never forget where I came from, & know that I don't know that much and honest enough to tell you openly about my life each and every step of the way. I'm different now and still learning chakabars
Animals, Birthday, and Cars: When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used to think all problems could be solved by a gun or a knife. When I used to want to kill my dad for raping my mum and abusing me. When I used to eat murdered animals... When I used to think women were objects, when I used to think that learning my history was "Too deep" Just before I was in the Army, when I was 15, I was was selling crack and heroin on the block, these times I thought that life had no meaning just sex, money and power... When I used to think that crying was weak so I didn't cry for 12 years... When I used to be scared of having children 👶🏾 When I used to sex any women, from any background as long as they were aesthetically pleasing. When I used to respect people just because they had money. When I experienced massive racism, so I learned how to box and beat up any Europeans who were racist to me. (Now I can just beat them verbally) When I never used to tell anyone how I really feel. When I used to eat junk food, I actually stopped drinking at 17 and didn't drink since. When I was lonely... When I thought I was going die everyday, when I nearly got blown up on my 20th birthday in Iraq. When I thought being a celebrity was a good idea. When I was self destructive. When I was going to kill myself... When I used to drive cars too fast, when I thought that "Making it" in the USA was the highest human achievement. When I was depressed. When I did nothing for my people or culture, when I was a coward. When I saw my friend get murdered in front of me by the park where we used to do callisthenics... Then I changed, I've been working on myself ever since. I am humble enough to never forget where I came from, & know that I don't know that much and honest enough to tell you openly about my life each and every step of the way. I'm different now and still learning chakabars

When I didn't read and I was a soldier (terrorist) in the British Army... When I thought that materialism was a worthy pursuit. When I used ...