Sunday, July 18, 2010

Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival 2010

Shout out to everybody involved at the Brooklyn Bodega, Fly Kickz, Iz a Trend, Mikey Likes it and Andre Clark. Good Times.

Buck Shot performing "Who got the Props"

OG Etonics...
I guess you can say it was worth it...

For all of those who signed up for the Sneaker Giveaway, the winner will be announced within the next few days.

1 comment:

St. Catharines, Ontario said...

Government Funding / Research Scandal
It's an ingenious form of white collar crime:

PHD credentials / contacts, an expendable family, participation of a dubious core of
established professionals, Unaudited Government agency funding ( ), identity protected by Privacy Commissioner Office of Canada, (Jennifer Stoddart), unlimited funding (under the guise of research grants), PHD individuals linked with the patient (deter liability issues), patient diagnosed with mental illness (hospital committed events = no legal lawyer access/rights), cooperation of local University and police (resources and security); note the Director of Brock University Campus Security.

This all adds up to a personal ATM; at the expense of Canadian Taxpayers!
"convinced" to be taken to St. Catharines General hospital (2001) and conveniently diagnosed with a "mental illness" (hint: Hallucination type; "forced" to consume "prescribed" corresponding medication for "cognitive" purposes )
**The Psych convinces the patients fragmented family, 70 yr old mother, 10 yr old nephew and his divorced sister (who rented across the incredibly "swank" and "beautiful" home of Marianne Edwards ( ex-Brock instructor ) and her husband (lawyer)), to move in together.

They comply and obey to the "Doctor's" credentials, contacts, and financial gifts.
"Where" and "How" have the participants been receiving their (lavish?) incomes from the past 8 years? Government Agencies like (annual grants up to 500 k ) ?

The link above takes you directly to one of their research teams. Lisa Root, ironically, met with me during the 2001 incident as a C.A.M.H. employee, who I was "encouraged" to meet.

Medicine Gone Bad