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Food, Homeless, and Life: major impact in the food world CAN www.ma man-cans.com 8BQ pit www.man-cans.com Pizza :HART MAIN Hart Main, 17, was so fed up with his sister's flowery candles a few years ago that he decided to make his own. He created ManCans: candles with rugged smells (like campfire or coffee) that come in soup cans. To collect the cans, Hart buys soup and donates the contents : to homeless shelters. He sells his candles online, and to date he has provided 80,000 meals to soup kitchens in four ee more ing culinary n Rachael vs. ids Cook-off, emiering gust I7 at states. man-cans.com MIKAILA ULMER reinwulf: renegadebusiness: angryisokay: c-a-bergamot: Deleting all comments because only in this site you will find people throwing shit at a 17 year old boy who has voluntarily fed 80'000 people by starting his own business because he has a very particular idea lf masculinity which happens to threat only people with paper feelings. His business has a line of ‘SheCans’ with names like ‘Unstoppable’, ‘Awesome’, ‘Fearless’ and ‘Beautiful’. Anyone who is bitter about this kid’s business needs to step back and reevaluate their life. ^^Reblogging again because of that comment also this article is misleading. there is nothing on the site that says the lad was “sick of his sister’s flowery candles” he got the idea from his sister who was selling them for a school fundraiser and wanted more scents that appealed to him, as the overwhelming majority of scented candles are marketed towards women.
80s, Baller Alert, and Ciara: BA's Who Wore lt Better: Tamar Braxton vs. Ciara Wearing Marc Jacobs Camouflage Printed Jacket @balleralert ESS BA’s Who Wore It Better: Tamar Braxton vs. Ciara Wearing Marc Jacobs Camouflage Printed Jacket - blogged by @peachkyss ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ There is nothing wrong with a friendly fashion battle among the celebs. There are many celebs that have been seen out and about in some of the same haute pieces. The pieces are possibly the hottest and trendiest items in Hollywood. In today’s showcase of Baller Alert’s Who Wore It Better, we have TamarBraxton and Ciara wearing MarcJacobs Camouflage Printed Jacket. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Earlier this year, Tamar Braxton was spotted making promo rounds in New York City wearing a $1,500 Marc Jacobs Camouflage Printed Jacket paired with Christian Louboutin boots. Tamar opted to wear the jacket as dress and styling it with a Gucci "Double G" belt. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Recently, Ciara wore the same Marc Jacobs jacket with a black mini dress and combat boots. Both ladies took street style to another level. The looks are great examples of transitioning the same piece from day to night. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Military style with a Marc Jacobs twist—this oversized hooded anorak is adorned with an array of pins and patches as a playful throwback to '80s fashion. Made from substantial cotton twill, it’s printed in a rugged camouflage motif and enzyme washed for a lived-in look. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The camouflage jacket features a hidden zip button closure with attached drawstring hood, long sleeves with single-button cuffs, and front button-flap pockets. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Who do think rocked the Marc Jacobs Camouflage Printed Jacket: Tamar Braxton vs. Ciara? BallerificFashion

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Journey, Memes, and Nick Cannon: to work with but my soul won't allow me to be in Nick Cannon business with corporations that attempt to frown on 1 hr Facebook Mentions freedom of speech, censor artists, and question cultural choices. Not to get too detailed but this isn't I write this from a deeply saddened and dolorous the first time executives have attempted to "put me in mindset. After days of deliberating over some my place" for so called unruly actions I will not stand extremely disappointing news that I was being for it. My moral principles w easily walk away from the millions of dollars they hang over my head. It's threatened with termination by Executives because of never been about the money for me, what is difficult a comedy special that was only intended to bring to walk away from is the fans, the people who love me communities closer together, I was to be punished for on the show. This hurts tremendously. Ifelt like I was a joke. This has weighed heavy on my spirit. It was apart of the fabric of our great nation every summer, brought to my attention by my "team" that NBC representing every culture, age, gender, and believed that I was in breach of contract because I demographic. Now for the rug to be pulled from underneath me and to be publicly reprimanded and had disparaged their brand. In my defense, I would ridiculed over a joke about my own race is completel ask how so? Or is this just another way to silence and wrong and I have to do something about it. I have control an outspoken voice who often battles the fought many battles in my career and have never been establishment. Recently many of my mentors have afraid to go up against the system. I have mulled over cautioned me that soon "The System" would come my process for days and felt it was best to once again speak my mind about an unjust infrastructure that down on me because was speaking too many truths treat talent like they own them. Maybe it was my and being to loud about it. I had no idea that it all mistake for signing the contract in the first place, in would hit so close to home. find myself in a dark which I will take full responsibility and have already place having to make a decision that l wish didn't taken action to restructure my own team of advisors have to, but as a man, an artist, and a voice for my now have to set out on a journey of freedom as an community I will not be silenced, controlled or treated artist. As l was quoted in a recent interview, "You can't fire a Boss and that is the essence that I possess. So ke a piece of property. There is no amount of money worth my dignity or my integrity. I have loved hosting wish AGT and NBC the best in its upcoming season but can not see myself returning. As of lately l have AMERICAS GOT TALENT for the last 8 seasons even questioned if ant to even be apart of an watching talented, brave, and courageous Americans industry who ultimately treats artists in this manner accomplish their dreams in front of millions has been Most of us don't realize that there are 6 major corporations that control 90 percent of media i nothing but a joy, and everyone has been a pleasure America and the amount of minority executives i dismal. With this being the case, true equality in our always be a "do as ndustry is impossible. There w sayu mentality that mirrors society's perception of and minorities, and only a few will stand up women against it. proudly stand as one of those few, and will gladly take on whatever repercussions that come ve art and entertainment too much to watch with it t be ruined by controlling corporations and big business. I believe It's our duty as artists to make a if it's one act at a difference and create change even time. Dr. King said it best, "our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter NickCannon says he is leaving AmericasGotTalent after rumors that he was going to be terminated-blackballed because his new standup comedy "Stand Up, Don't Shoot" was speaking too much truth about race issues

NickCannon says he is leaving AmericasGotTalent after rumors that he was going to be terminated-blackballed because his new standup comedy "...