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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Obligation to your children, really?

I recently was involved in a heated discussion with one of my daughter because I said that they did not appreciate me dedicating my life to take care of them as a single dad. She fires back with this arrogance that, that it is what I was supposed to do. I said that is not true, because but I have a choice to be in there life or not! She told me, NO I DIDN’T!!! She said that it is a parent is obligation to take care of their children.
I stated that a woman has the right to make a decision to bring a life in this world or take a life and there is nothing that I as a man or the law can say to make her change her mind…
So to take it one step farther the one law that enforces what a parent has to do in regards to their children, is called child support. Did you know that child support can’t make you take care of your child, but can only make you pay to take care of your child?
Don’t get me wrong I obligated myself to my children because I did not have a father in my life, and I did not want them to not have a father as well. In reality the only thing that obligates a mother or father to their children is a conscious, not the law!

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

A innocent man killed because police refused to protect him

Lee James, 24, was jailed for life with a minimum term of 18 years for beating 44-year-old Bijan Ebrahimi to death before setting his body on fire.
James admitted killing the victim, who was from Iran, outside his home in Bristol in July in what the judge described as an "act of murderous injustice".
A second man, Steven Norley, 25, was also jailed for four years at Bristol Crown Court for assisting an offender after he admitted helping to burn Mr Ebrahimi's body.

Bijan Ebrahimi murder
Lee James, left, and Steven Norley
Mr Ebrahimi was a vulnerable man who was mistaken for a paedophile by his neighbours when he was seen taking pictures of young people who were damaging his garden plants, which which he was devoted.
He had repeatedly contacted police complaining that he was the victim of anti-social behaviour and was being unfairly targeted by his neighbours.
Just hours before his death Mr Ebrahimi begged officers to help, telling them he did not feel safe in his own home.
But his messages to Avon and Somerset Police went unanswered, Bristol Crown Court heard.
Three days before Mr Ebrahimi’s death, a crowd had reportedly gathered outside his home in Capgrave Crescent, Brislington, calling him a "paedo" and the police arrested Mr Ebrahimi for breach of the peace.
As the officers arrested Mr Ebrahimi for "his own safety", he told them: "I can't believe you are arresting me when I haven't done anything."

Bijan Ebrahimi
Mr Ebrahimi's body was set alight with white spirits
Prosecutor Andrew Langdon QC said: "As he was led away, the neighbours began cheering. Some were shouting abuse.
"An eyewitness told PC Winter, 'Everyone seemed to be out of control. It was like they were a posse or a vigilante group or a witch hunt'."
Neighbour Beryl Smith said the neighbours "were shouting 'get out of here you dirty paedo'."
Mr Ebrahimi was released without charge the following day.
On July 11, James entered Mr Ebrahimi’s house and threatened to take the law into his own hands unless police "dealt with the situation".
Footage of the confrontation, which the victim had filmed, has been released by the court.
"During the course of the evening of July 12, Mr Ebrahimi made a number of calls to police reporting hostile behaviour," Mr Langdon said.
"For one reason or another, these messages were not responded to. At 1.57am he sent an email to the local beat manager saying he was being called 'nasty things' and did not feel safe at home.
"Regrettably that was not a message that was read until after his death."
Mr Langdon told the court how James repeatedly stamped on the head of Mr Ebrahimi, inflicting fatal injuries.
"Following that attack Lee James and Steven Norley dragged Mr Ebrahimi's body about 100 yards out of the crescent on to the verge of a neighbouring road before they poured white spirit over the body and set fire to it," he said.

Bijan Ebrahimi murder
Footage filmed by Mr Ebrahimi of James
Avon and Somerset Chief Constable Nick Gargan issued an apology after the tragedy, saying: "Mr Ebrahimi was someone who deserved the protection of all of us and we are very sorry about what happened to him."
Mr Gargan went on: "It is clear that there was a collective failure on the part of statutory agencies and others to protect Mr Ebrahimi and we cannot wait for all the  various external investigative processes to run their course before we start learning lessons for the future."
Police watchdog the IPCC has questioned six officers over their handling of the case, three under police caution. All were served notices of gross misconduct and three have been suspended on full pay.
The IPCC has also questioned six civilian police staff who are believed to be call-handlers. Bristol City Council has also launched a review into the case.
Mr Ebrahimi's sister, Manizhah Moores said her brother had suffered racial abuse while living in Bristol and his previous home had been the subject of an arson attack.
She said: "We hope that nobody else ever has to witness an innocent disabled man being abused, taunted and tortured in the way that Bijan suffered.
"The question that now must be answered is whether Bijan's death could have been avoided had he been afforded the protection from the authorities he deserved.
"Lessons must be learned before other vulnerable lives are lost."

Thursday, November 28, 2013

This girl needs to be locked up

I have no compassion for a fool,This girl assaulted the girl because she was mad. I have no doubt in my mind that she did not think of what if. Simply acting in a fit of rage would not have helped this girls mother if she would have died from this shocking attack. Sometimes as black people we act before we think, and the crack as she hit and kicked the girl means that the court should drop the hammer on her with like she is a common rouge!!!

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Have These Cops Gone Too Far?

Friday, November 8, 2013

The most inspiring video you will ever watch!

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Who is Irina Shaykhlislamova?

Who is Irina Shaykhlislamova? The Modeling and entertainment world knows her as Irina Shayk or  as Irina Sheik is a Russian model known for her 2007 through 2011 appearances in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She is the cover model for the 2011 issue.[3]

Shayk’ was born on January 6, 1986 in YemanzhelinskRussia,[1] USSR). Her father was a coal miner and died of pneumonia complications when she was 14, leaving her family with little money while she was growing up and forcing her mother to work two jobs. It’s from her father that she got her unusual looks, she says, which often cause people to think she’s South American. “My father was dark skinned, because he was Tatar. Sometimes Tatars can look Brazilian,” she says. “I get my light eyes from my mother.” Irina has a pet dog named Cesare, a Lab who, she claims, was fathered by one of the dogs who played the title role in Marley & Me.[20]
After winning the "Supermodel 2004" Chelyabinsk beauty pageant,[4] scout Guia Jikidze recommended Shayk pursue a career as a model. In 2007, Shayk debuted in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and has appeared in each annual edition since, working with photographers like Pamela Hanson, Steve Erle, Riccardo Tinelli, Rennio Maifredi, and Raphael Mazucco, and shooting in locations such as St. Petersburg, Naples Grenada and Chile.
In 2007, she became the face of lingerie brand Intimissimi, appearing in the company's catalogs and advertisements, as well as a commercial in 2009. In 2010 Irina Shayk was made the official ambassador for Intimissimi brand [5] In 2007, she also became the face of Lacoste and LaPerla. Her other modeling contracts include Beach Bunny (2009),[6] Guess (2008–2009),[7] and Armani Exchange (2010).[8]
Her magazine covers include Woman Spain, Paris CapitalJalouseAnnabelle, and Bolero.[1

In 2010, starred in Kanye West's “Power”, directed by artist Marco Brambilla.[9] Is on the cover of Ocean Drive and GQ South Africa for the August issue.[10][11] She is ranked 10th in the "Top 20 Sexiest Models" list on[12] and 1st in the "50 Hottest Russian Women" list by Complex magazine.[13]
She made a change from swimwear to high fashion with a spread in Spain's Harper’s Bazaar and landing the cover for Elle Spain for their November issue.[14] [15]Glamour Spain gave her the "Best International Model of 2010" award for her work.(SpanishMejor Modelo Internacional).[16]
At the end of the year she was pictured nude in GQ Spain December issue; however, she claimed that she had never stripped, and that the magazine had digitally altered the images to remove her lingerie.[17]
On February 15, 2011 The Late Show with David Letterman revealed her on a billboard to be the 2011 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girl. This is the fifth time she's been featured in the magazine, but it's the first time she's on the cover as well as the first Russian to do so.[18][19]

Shayk is helping a maternity hospital in her home town, Yemanzhelinsk. She and her sister helped rebuild the children’s ward of the local hospital, and now Shayk raises money on behalf of a Russian charity, Pomogi (RussianПомоги), which provides care to sick children.[20]Irina is the official ambassador for Pomogi charity in Russia.

Since 2010, she has been dating footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.[21] Shayk and Ronaldo allegedly met through their Armani Exchange campaigns.[20]

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Isabelle Caro French model died from Anorexia nervosa she was 28

Isabelle Caro was a French model from Marseille, France, who became well-known after appearing in a controversial ad campaign "No Anorexia" which showed Caro with vertebrae and facial bones showing under her skin in a picture by photographer Oliviero Toscani died from Anorexia nervosa she was 28.  [1][2] She was the 3rd cousin of poker author Mike Caro.

(12 September 1982 – 17 November 2010) 


Caro suffered from severe anorexia nervosa from the age of 13.[3] Her anorexia was caused by what she called a "troubled childhood". When she appeared on CBS's The Insider, it was revealed that at the worst of her eating disorder, she weighed only 25 kilograms (55 lb; 3 st 13 lb) at a height of 1.65 metres (5 ft 5 in); her most recent weight was 33 kilograms (73 lb; 5 st 3 lb).
She appeared on Channel 4's Supersize vs Superskinny which aired on 11 March 2008, in which she spoke to journalist Anna Richardson about her anorexia.
Caro was hospitalized for the first time when she was 20. At her worst, in 2006, she slipped into a coma, weighing just 25 kilograms (55 lb; 3 st 13 lb). The doctor said she would not survive the coma but she did.
Caro was also interviewed in the second episode of the TV documentary series, The Price of Beauty, in which Jessica Simpson and her two best friends, Ken Pavés and CaCee Cobb, traveled the world to explore the meaning of true beauty. Simpson investigated the problem of how some female fashion models have become obsessed with being skinny. Caro talked about how she became anorexic and warned other girls about the affliction. Simpson was moved to say "What you are doing right now makes you more beautiful and I hope women all over the world hear about the story and it is important to know that how skinny you are does not make you beautiful." It aired on 22 March 22 2010 in the USA and on 21 August in Japan.


Caro died on 17 November 2010 in France, after spending about two weeks in hospital with acute respiratory disease. The cause of her death is unknown. Ms Caro's acting instructor, Daniele Dubreuil-Prevot, told the Associated Press news agency that Ms Caro had died "after returning to France" from a job in Tokyo.[4] Her family only reported Caro's death to the media a month afterward, on 29 December 2010.[5]

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