Wednesday, July 15, 2009

WAT THE H!!!! Michael ghost hunts neverland

Saturday, July 11, 2009

How bout them Western Hills Mustangs? Senoir Running Back Decoda Bolden has been working very hard over the summer to become even greatter at his skill. He Prey that his new skills would hit the history books at Western Hills to over come the losts in the past.

Friday, June 26, 2009

The death of Michael Jackson

We've just learned Michael Jackson has died. He was 50. Michael suffered a cardiac arrest earlier this afternoon at his Holmby Hills home and paramedics were unable to revive him. We're told when paramedics arrived Jackson had no pulse and they never got a pulse back.A source tells us Jackson was dead when paramedics arrived. A cardiologist at UCLA tells TMZ Jackson died of cardiac arrest.Once at the hospital, the staff tried to resuscitate him but he was completely unresponsive.A source inside the hospital told us there was "absolute chaos" after Jackson arrived. People who were with the singer were screaming, "You've got to save him! You've got to save him!"We're told one of the staff members at Jackson's home called 911. La Toya ran in the hospital sobbing after Jackson was pronounced dead.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Does money really bring us happyness?

This often quoted phrase is so overused and jaded that even though we know that it is true, we tend to ignore it. We want to believe that there is an easy way out of being unhappy and believe me overcoming your emotions and teaching yourself to be happy can be more difficult that earning some bucks!
All of us have at some point in time or another seen extremely rich, wealthy and famous people unhappier than what we would expect them to be, given the amount of material benefits that they have. It is surprising that a large number of wealthy people do not seem to experience the happiness that one would expect goes with so much money and riches. A study conducted by University of Illinois indicated that more than 30 percent of the richest people in America were not as happy as the person who earned a modest income.
Have you ever noticed that most of the sulking, miserable people that you meet in everyday life are rich people? The misery that these people go through is not because they don’t have enough money to by two square meals. It occurs due to the fact that everyone seems to have more expectations from money. Money cannot buy you everything but in the minds of people who give up everything for money, it is difficult to accept that they strove so hard to achieve partial success.
So if you are unhappy and think that money is the answer to your problems - think again! You simply are not happy because of your own emotions. There is a saying that ‘if you are not happy here and now, you never will be’. There is a lot of depth behind this statement. A penniless child drenched in the rain can be happy at the prospect of a real shower after days of scorching heat while a rich man may view the same rain from his window reminiscing why he had lost his lady love. The idea is to understand that happiness cannot be achieved by anything external irrespective of whether it is money or any other material things. It is something you can cause yourself to be in any situation. Situations and circumstances are not good or bad but how you look at them makes it so.
Of course money IS important to help us live our life to the fullest. But at the same time, an increase in its inflow does not bring proportional happiness with it. You need to be aware of this.

why is wayne the best rapper alive?

New Orleans MC Lil Wayne proclaimed himself the "best rapper alive" on his album Tha Carter II. After making himself ubiquitous through countless mixtapes and guest appearances, he's finally issued a new album to back up his statement — to the tune of more than one million copies sold in its first week.
Its release long delayed, Tha Carter III is easily the most anticipated hip-hop release of the year to date. So does Lil Wayne live up to his own hype?"We've got to do this within quotes, because it's kind of a, you know, completely ludicrous claim," Frere-Jones says. "But... yes, he's fantastic. Everything he does just pleases me so much. He gets away with it as much as anyone can get away with such a crazy claim."
Citing established hip-hop legends, Paine disagrees.
"I think that if Lil Wayne is the best rapper alive, that's a slap in the face to not only Jay-Z and Nas — rappers we've seen in our own generation — but Rakim, Kool G Rap, Ice Cube, so many of the torch carriers who have passed us throughout the era," Paine says.
"Who haven't put out good records within 10 years," Frere-Jones interrupted.
So in light of his recent prolific output, is Tha Carter III a definitive artistic statement from Lil Wayne? Or even just a good record?
"At first, when I heard it, I thought, 'I'm missing the ferocity and the rawness of what came last year.' But I think as a pop-rap record goes, which is kind of all we have left in the upper leagues, it works for me," Frere-Jones says.
Paine says that without a classic album under his belt, Lil Wayne can't be considered in the running for best rapper alive. Though he likes some of the music on Tha Carter III, Paine says it's certainly not a classic.
"I think one of Wayne's problems is he defies convention so much," Paine says. "I mean, there [are] songs on the album ... that to me are barely worth calling rap."