JaySun Fish <J_charlie_I>

"SpliT YouR GamE"

This is for you..!.. it is so catchey..!..8/22/10
 
[Verse 1 - Lil Wayne]
Throw dirt on me and grow a wildflower
But it's "fuck the world", get a child out her
Yeah, my life a bitch, but you know nothing bout her
Been to hell and back, I can show you vouchers
I'm rolling Sweets, I'm smoking sour
Married to the game but she broke her vows
That's why my bars are full of broken bottles
And my night stands are full of open Bibles
I think about more than I forget
But I don't go around fire expecting not to sweat
And these ***** know I lay them down, make their bed
Bitches try to kick me while I'm down: I'll break your leg
Money outweighing problems on the triple beam
I'm sticking to the script, you ***** skipping scenes
Be good or be good at it
Fucking right I've got my gun, semi-Cartermatic
Yeah, put a dick in their mouth, so I guess it's "fuck what they say"
I'm high as a bitch: up, up and away
Man, I come down in a couple of days
OK, you want me up in the cage, then I'll come out in beast mode
I got this world stuck in the safe, combination is the G-code
It's Weezy motherfucker, blood gang and I'm in bleed mode
All about my dough but I don't even check the peephole
So you can keep knocking but won't knock me down
No love lost, no love found

[Hook - Eminem & Lil Wayne]
It's a little too late to say that you're sorry now
You kicked me when I was down
Fuck what you say, just (don't hurt me, don't hurt me no more)
That's right bitch: and I don't need you, don't want to see you
Bitch you get (no love)
You show me nothing but hate
You ran me into the ground
But what comes around goes around
I don't need you (don't hurt me)
You (don't hurt me no more)
That's right, and I don't need you, don't want to see you
You get (no love)
Bitch you get (no love)
And I don't need you
Get em

[Verse 2 - Eminem]
I'm alive again
More alive than I have been in my whole entire life
I can see these people's ears perk up as I begin
To spaz with the pen, I'm a little bit sicker than most
Shit's finna get thick again
They say the competition is stiff
But I get a hard dick from this shit, now stick it in
I ain't never giving in again
Cuss into the wind, complete freedom
Look at these rappers, how I treat them
So why the fuck would I join them when I beat them
They call me a freak because
I like to spit on these pussies fore I eat them
Man get these whack cocksuckers off stage
Where the fuck is Kanye when you need him?
Snatch the mic from him, bitch I'mma let you finish in a minute
Yeah the rap is tight
But I'm fucking with the greatest verse of all time
So you might want to go back to the lab tonight and um
Scribble out them rhymes you were going to spit
And start over from scratch and write new ones
But I'm afraid that it ain't gonna make no difference
When I rip this stage and tear it in half tonight
It's an adrenaline rush to feel the bass thump
In the place all the way to the parking lot, fellow
Set fire to the mic and ignite the crowd
You can see the sparks from hot metal
Cold-hearted from the day I Bogarted the game
I so started to rock fellow
When I'm not even in my harshest
You can still get roasted because Marsh is not mellow
Til I'm toppling from the top I'm not going to stop
I'm standing on my Monopoly board
That means I'm on top of my game and it don't stop
Til my hip don't hop anymore
When you so good that you can't say it
Because it ain't even cool for you to sound cocky anymore
People just get sick cause you spit
These fools can't drool or dribble a drop anymore
And you can never break my stride
You never slow the momentum at any moment I'm about to blow
You'll never take my pride
Killing the flow, slow venom and the opponent
Is getting no mercy, mark my words
Ain't letting up, relentless
I smell blood, I don't give a fuck: keep giving them hell
Where was you when I fell and needed help up?
You get no love
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Love poem<34/30/10
 
This was one readin to me by one special person, we truly had it going together. This love could not have been beautiful in a way of life, & so here is what she read to me:'(

I love the way you look at me your eye so bright and blue, I love the way you kiss me your lips so soft and smooth. I love the way you make me happy, And the way you show you care. I love the way you say" I LOVE YOU " and the way your always there. I love the way you touch me always sending me chills down my spine, I love that you are with me and glad that you are mine I LOVE YOU <3

knowing that you had feelings for me before and halfly had not much choice to let me go, your alway in my heart and mind. and much apoligizes for the things i said and did not say to you, I truly gracefully sorry for my such behaviour to make this love fall in to the wrong hands of this world while it could of been beautiful as you are. Knowing that i can't have you back, I want you to know this "I LOVE YOU FOR LOVING ME THIS MUCH"even thoug you have so much hate for me. hate me as i love you<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3
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 3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3- these are the days we aproxsimently dated from 3 day before my birthday to 3 days after your birthday.
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83 Truth.....3/13/10
 
1. last beverage? Pepsi !
2. last phone call? To My aunt !
3. last text message? To Her !
4. last song you listened to? Bad Romance !
5. last time you cried? I think it was about years ago:P !
HAVE YOU EVER:
6. dated someone twice? yess !
7. been cheated on? Ofcourse !
8. kissed someone & regretted it? I Don't Regret A Kiss !
9. lost someone special? Yeah i guess !
10. been depressed? A Little !
11. been drunk and threw up? Lost's Of Times !

LIST THREE FAVORITE COLORS:
12. Navy
13. Blue
14. Black

THIS YEAR HAVE YOU: (2009)
15. Made a new friend? I Might Have !
16. Fallen out of love? Yeah !
17. Laughed until you cried? Like It Was Yesterday, With My Girl.!
18. Met someone who changed you? Yes I Have !
19. Found out who your true friends were? Yes i did, & his name is Josh.M.!
20. Found out someone was talking about you? I Know They Do..!
21. Kissed anyone on your friend's list? Yeahp
22. How many people on your friends list do you know? 55 !
23. How many kids do you want to have? 1 Or Prohapse 2 !
24. Do you have any pets? Not Even
25. Do you want to change your name? It Is Fine To Me !
26. What did you do for your last birthday? Sleep With My Babe.x.x.
27. What time did you wake up today? Around 11:42 !
28. What were you doing at midnight last night? Spent The Time Outside w/My Girl !
29. Name something you CANNOT wait for? To See Someone Special !
30. Last time you saw your Mother? Jus About An Hour Ago !
31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life? To Be With My Father:'(!
32. What are you listening to right now? Black Eyed Pea's Feat. FatMan Scoop.!(remi
33. What's getting on your nerves right now? The BeaT..x.x.x.x.BEAT(dance):P
34. Most visited webpage? FB-Bebo & MSN !
35. Whats your real name? Jason Charlie Iqaluq !
36. Nicknames? WhiteBoy,WhiteInuk. Alot More !
37. Relationship Status? It's Complicated. !
38. Zodiac sign? Acorious !
39. Male or female? Male !
40. Primary School? Nuiyak..
41. Middle School? Nuiyak School !
42. High school/College? High school !
43. Hair colour? Dark Brown
44. Long or short ? Lil Below Long !
45. Height? 5"9
46. Do you have a crush on someone? Yes I Do(DUT)
47: What do you like about yourself? Because I'm Me
48. Piercings? Yes
49. Tattoos? None
50. Righty or lefty? Righty !

FIRSTS :
51. First surgery? My Tooth !
52. First piercing? Left Ear(fyi real diamond)
53. First best friend? Josh Meeko !
54. First sport you joined? BaseBall
55. First vacation? Inukjuak !
56. First pair of trainers? idk:L

RIGHT NOW
57. Eating? Im so hungry !
58. Drinking? I need A DRINK:@:P
59. I'm about to? Smoke Weed !
60. Waiting for? Her To Call !
61. Listening to? Boom Boom Pow Feat. 50cent !

YOUR FUTURE :
62. Want kids? Yeah i do !
63. Get Married? Maybe !
64. Career? A wonderful One

WHICH IS BETTER :
65. Lips or eyes? Both !
66. Hugs or Kisses? Both !
67. Shorter or taller? Any how !
68. Older or Younger? I don't mind
69. Romantic or spontaneous? Bit of both !
70. Nice stomach or nice arms? Any How !
71. Sensitive or loud? Sensitive a lil of loud !
72. Hook-up or relationship? Any how !
73. Trouble maker or hesitant? Hesitant & a lil of Trouble maker !

HAVE YOU EVER :
74. Kissed a stranger? I'm not sure !
75. Drank Alcohol? Yes !
76. Lost glasses/contacts? No !
77. Sex on first date? It was amazing :P !
78. Broken someone's heart? Yes !
79. Had your own heart broken? Yes !
80. Been arrested? Once !

LAST TIME DID U:
81. Last time u layed down on bed with? doraa.x.x.(K)(L)({)
82.Last time you smoked with? My Buddy !
83.Last time flight on the plane? December !
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It's sort of like this.2/17/10
 
So soft, and Slow
Never knew a girl could be so god damn cool,
I know, the way she move got me spendin my *dough
And yo, If you would've seen what I seen on that pole
Just know,

That I was wrong for fallin in lovee
I was wrong for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)
I was wrong for fallin in love
(Don't do it yo')
I was wrong for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)

But I just went against the grade
It was a feelin I can't explain
And it felt like harmony
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee
I don't want it to ever go away
I want it around me every day
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee

Look at me, I'm stuck
That bobble in my pants got me caught up
I never, had no look
Thinkin what the wrong hand got me jumpin out there
With no? *?
It's feels so good had me sprung out on this love
Now I'm stuck

That's what I get for fallin in lovee
That's what I get for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)
That's what I get for fallin in love
(Don't do it yo')
That's what I get for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)

But I just went against the grade
It was a feelin I can't explain
And it felt like harmony
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee
I don't want it to ever go away
I want it around me every day
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee

So thick, so rough
That oil all over her body stole my heart
I'm caught,
The way she drop down won't alowe me to close my jobs
Cause I'm, already in love and I knew better from the start
Oh No,

I was wrong for fallin in lovee
I was wrong for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)
I was wrong for fallin in love
(Don't do it yo')
I was wrong for fallin in love
(They always say don't love a ho)

But I just went against the grade
It was a feelin I can't explain
And it felt like harmony
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee
I don't want it to ever go away
I want it around me every day
Singin in my face like
Diddy-daddy doo-daa-dee

Aahhh aahhahAH ahh...
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Eminem life story interview1/19/09
 
Eminem still lives and records in Detroit, Michigan. The title of his movie 8 Mile refers to the road that divides the city's poor and rich neighborhoods. He recently published an autobiographical book, The Way I Am.

Don't call it a comeback.

People can try to reinvent themselves. I don't think you can really change who you are, though, because who you are is pretty much where you came from and what you've done up to now. You can change your image and all that--you can change your fucking clothes, your underwear, your hair color, all that shit--but it's not going to mean you're a brand-new person.

You want to say, "I don't give a fuck what anybody says." Yeah, you do.

I'm sure people think I've vanished off the face of the earth.

I went for nine, ten years straight, without taking a break at all. I needed to rejuvenate.

I'm a T-shirt guy now. But wifebeaters won't go out of style, not as long as bitches keep mouthing off.

I like it when people talk shit. Because if people weren't talking shit, there would be nothing for me to come back with. I need that. If I don't have any ammo, what am I going to say?

There's obviously a limit to the things you want people to know, but I've pretty much put most of it out there. Maybe people don't know what kind of underwear I wear, what color.

Boxers. Pink.

It's fun to take a step back and hear other people do it, say shit I wish I would have thought of. I'm still a fan of rap.

When people buy a CD, you don't get to sit in the car with them and watch their faces and watch their jaws drop.

The guy behind the counter notices me, but I haven't put an album out in four years. "How you doing Marshall?" "What's up Em?" You pay for the gas, buy a bag of chips, and leave. But I put a record out, and that same person is going to be behind the counter with a camera and a piece of paper. "Can you sign this?"

It's not like I'm going to be a prick to everybody I meet. I keep it cool.

You're not going to say anything about me that I'm not going to say about myself. There's so many things that I think about myself; if someone really wanted to get at me, they could say this and this and this. So I'm going to say it before they can. It's the best policy for me.

Trust is hard to come by. That's why my circle is small and tight. I'm kind of funny about making new friends.

I don't know where to go to meet a nice girl. If you've got any tips, clue me in.

The emotions in a song--the anger, aggression--have got to be legitimate.

When I'm in the studio with Dre, I don't have to worry about the beat. I can just go. That's the only thing I got to concentrate on. When I'm trying to produce a song myself, I'm thinking about the high hat. Is it loud enough? The snare drum. Is it clear enough? This piano in the chorus. Is it too loud? That can be time-consuming.

Within the last year, I started learning how to not be so angry about things, learning how to count my fucking blessings instead. By doing that, I've become a happier person, instead of all this self-loathing I was doing for a while.

The music, I wouldn't say it's gotten happier, but it's definitely more upbeat. I feel like myself again.

Don't get me wrong, the aggression will still be there.

I don't know if I've fully accepted Proof's death, but I think I've come to terms with it a little bit, knowing how to cope. There was a good two years that I was pretty down in the fucking dumps. I just lay in bed and stared at the fucking ceiling. One day, I didn't get up until 7:30 that night.

Not that I don't guide them at all, because sometimes I do, right from wrong. Hailie's twelve now, and she still thinks it's really bad to stick up your middle finger. I think I'm doing pretty good, with what my music is about and being able to raise little girls at the same time.

I would say I'm an excellent dad, not to toot my own horn. Toot.

If you don't overlook the fact of what you look like, then no one else will. I had a complex back then: If I get booed off stage, it's probably because I'm white. There comes a time when you gotta stop thinking like that and just be you.

I want to say I'd be a comic-book artist. That was my dream as a kid. I used to paint and draw. If I wouldn't have had rap, I would have strived to--the past tense of strive, is it stroved?--I would have stroven to do something like that. Who knows? Maybe I would have.

Nobody likes to fail. I want to succeed in everything I do, which isn't much. But the things that I'm really passionate about, if I fail at those, if I'm not successful, what do I have?

Shit happens. Fucking happens to the best of us. Really does.
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Our trip to Boston MA, While we got interviewed by Boston news press.1/14/09
 
Home / Lifestyle / Green Living EAST BOSTON

For them, a clear warming trend
Inuit teenagers see much to like
Email|Print|Single Page| Text size ? + By Paysha Stockton Rhone
Globe Correspondent / May 18, 2008
Imagine you had never seen a movie theater, a train, a skyscraper - a paved road even. And then you flew into one of America's crowded urban landscapes. How would Boston look to eyes accustomed to a vast, snowy wilderness surrounded by icy water?

more stories like thisThis is how it went last week for five Inuit high school students, most of whom had previously stayed within a boat ride of their 800 neighbors on the isolated island of Sanikiluaq in South Hudson Bay in Canada's Nunavut province.

The students, fulfilling their part in an exchange that took five East Boston High School students north in March, stayed in Eastie homes, attended classes, and toured the city for six days, starting May 6. The cross-cultural exchange was sponsored by the Maple Leaf Foundation, which connects Boston and Canadian students. This is East Boston's second trip; last year, students went to Nova Scotia, and Nova Scotians came here.

No surprise: The Nunavut visitors found Boston somewhat overwhelming. Busy. Even a little stressful. But they chose their words carefully. Their English is halting. (Their native language is Inuktitut.) And their manner rather shy.

"There's lots of cars," said Jason Iqaluq, 18, quietly. On Sanikiluaq, there are only A.T.V's and snowmobiles. Just looking at Eastie, with its winding, crowded streets and row houses, "I was starting to get lost," he said.

No wonder. The whirlwind tour would stop as well at the Aquarium, the Museum of Science, the Canadian Consulate General, Franklin Park Zoo, even Good Time Emporium, the Somervile game palace, and Santarpio's, Eastie's pizza palace.

And when the group went to the top of the Prudential, Iqaluq said, "it was kind of scary. I never had been to a tall building before."

Aibillie Amitook, 18, was weirded out by the zoo's crocodiles. There, too, 16-year-old Charlie Tookalook, now completely outfitted in Red Sox regalia, told his hosts, to their amusement, he wanted to hunt. In Nunavut, most animals are food, not attractions.

Lizzie Oqaituq, 16, said the lack of hunting options is the reason she couldn't live in Boston. Yes, the malls are cool, she said. But in Nunavut, "I can go camping and hunting." For geese, specifically. And she's a good shot, she added.

The importance of hunting and fishing, and the Inuit's relationship with nature, were key differences the East Boston students noticed during their week on Sanikiluaq.

"Normally, I'm against hunting and killing animals. But for them, it's a way of life," said Hemel Gil, 17. "They kind of still live like the old ways, and they don't ruin the environment as much as we do."

Alejandro Bonilla, 18, said Inuit hunters use the whole animal and share with the entire community. "It's like everything is useful."

Just like the Inuit, the Eastie students didn't know what to expect after their six-plus-hour journey north, which involved a plane change in Montreal to a smaller, 12-seater. "When we flew in," recalled East Boston chaperone Nina Gaeta, "I had my rosary. . . . 'Please, God, don't let us crash.' But the ocean was frozen and the plane had skis on it. It's just so wild to look down and not see any roads."

Senior Shawn Tortorici, 18, said he knew it would be cold. But he figured, no big, he's from Boston. Wrong. Erica Downey, 18, said they all thought their sweaters and standard winter parkas would see them through. Nope.

"As soon as we walked in, they laughed at us, because we had 'fake' clothes," remembered Gil. "I was like, 'This shirt is Armani! It's not fake!' "

But fake, added Eastie junior Dennis Wright, simply meant not up to weather that can fall to 20 degrees below. Clothes that aren't as warm as seal fur and skin. "They had to give us clothes and sealskin boots to wear," Wright said.

Hunting loomed large in the Eastie students' Nunavut experience. They went ice fishing and saw mussels and sea cucumbers pulled through holes from the icy depths. "They skinned a seal right in front us," Tortorici said. They carved soapstone. They saw igloos.

But as different jam-packed Eastie was from Sanikiluaq - with its sparse houses, no roads, and constant blizzards - teens are still teens everywhere, with similar pursuits.

There was a convenience store on the island with a pool table and video games. "It was kind of like Good Time, but very small," Hemel said, laughing.

Nunavut youths play basketball, watch movies, and go to church and school - in their case, the K-12 Nuiyak School. And after the Eastie students left, they kept in touch through instant messaging.

The Eastie students said they couldn't see living in Sanikiluaq, but Aibillie Amitook and 21-year-old Sam Eqilaq think they might be able to live here. Eqilaq said he liked everything about it.

Nunavut coprincipal and chaperone Lisi Kavik said she was initially reluctant to visit Boston. She was scared of jet planes and still associated Logan with Sept. 11.

But two things made her experience here totally worthwhile, she said: blooming flowers and the infamous Boston accent.

"It's so cool," she said. "You can't miss it.

"Wait 'til I get home. I'll be totally Baahstaan!"
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