The Unsung Hero
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Posts Tagged ‘english

Nostalgic Incense

July 24, 2008

God is good. God is just. He made the universe. He made life. He gave us salvation through His Begottten Son. He will bless the entire family of a believer who comes from a gentile household. He will never forsake us. He will make sure there is never a “good bye” between anyone who is […]

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The Best of Pearl Jam

March 6, 2008

Rock music is the greatest music genre out there (in my opinion, of course). The sub-genres of rock each have their own feel, but one of those is like a breathe of frest air. You simply cannot compete with the sub-genre of Grunge. I could honestly say that Pearl Jam is one of my most absolute favorite bands […]

Amor…Liebe…Amour…Either way I don’t get it.

February 28, 2008

In the English language, when you share that “special moment” with your companion, it is often referred to as “Love” (true in most european originated languages). I do not necessarily mean the emotion, but sex. When a couple who truely love each other finally decide to have sex, they call it Love. They do not say “Let’s have sex”, that sounds much […]

The Best of Rebelde

February 21, 2008

The acclaimed pop group from Mexico have easily surpased previous American pop ‘groups’. These guys have lasted longer, without any internal matters occuring. I don’t really like em’, but I still respect them, here’s Rebelde. Yes, this IS in spanish. The song is called “Inalcanzable”, meaning unreachable in English. Just with that tidbit of info, the song’s […]

Heat of the Moment

February 20, 2008

Something I have attempted not to do is write about what occurs in my life. More so, events and such. But I find that using what has happens to me can easily be made a subject or example. So do not worry that I will rant on about some pointless part of my life that […]

Back Off! You Don’t Know Me!

February 12, 2008

My name is Roberto Emmanuel Lopez. I am a Hispanic born in Trenton, New Jersey. He listens to Hip Hop and Rap music. Probably doesn’t give a crap about school. Bet he goes out in the streets and gets high or drunk. He probably talks a mix of both English and Spanish, fiting a curse […]