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Time - Rockie Fresh

... rarely see my face But if I don't make there'll never be an excuse for me Besides the simple fact that it really just wasn't meant to be Its affecting me mentally, taking off on this runway Praying that we ...

All That I Got Is You - RZA Play

... I look up at the stars and analyze the sky And ask myself was I meant to be here... why? Yeah, yo All that I got is you And I'm so thankful I made it through All that I got is you And I'm so thankful I made ...

All That I Got Is You - Ghostface Killah Play

... I look up at the stars and analyse the sky And ask myself was I meant to be here...why? Yeah, yo All that I got is you And I'm so thankful I made it through All that I got is you And I'm so thankful I made ...

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Bless My Cold World - BlessMyColdWorld

... From surviving attacks, jumpings and stabbings are nothing more than ten memories laughed at I?m the one who can?t even stand to be friends with another person Or to admire my girlfriend This lack of a conscience hurts and I know it But ...

Nineteen Eighty-Four (Book 1, Chapter 8) - George Orwell

... chance she should have happened to be walking on the same evening up the same obscure back street, kilometers distant from any quarter where Party members lived. It was too great a coincidence. Whether she was really an agent of the ...

Holt v. Hobbs (Oral Arguments) - The Supreme Court of the United States

... ­­-- JUSTICE ALITO: Do you really think that would be difficult, to say here's a comb, comb your beard? MR. CURRAN: I don't think it would be that difficult. I mean, I'm not in the prison environment. It really wasn't raised on this record. My ...

Slaughterhouse-Five chapter 6 - Kurt Vonnegut

... . It was Fate, of course, which had costumed him-Fate, and a feeble will to survive. 'Did you expect us to laugh?' the surgeon asked him. The surgeon was demanding some sort of satisfaction. Billy was mystified. Billy wanted to be ...

How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America [Steven K. and Jake S.] - Kiese Laymon

... on excellence at all times. Mama takes it personal when she realizes that I realize she is wrong. There ain't no antidote to life, I tell her. How free can you be if you really accept that white folks are the traffic ...

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(Joshua Moss Marcelino Zierau) How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America: A Remembrance - Kiese Laymon

... on excellence at all times. Mama takes it personal when she realizes that I realize she is wrong. There ain't no antidote to life, I tell her. How free can you be if you really accept that white folks are the traffic ...

You Don't Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows - Weather Underground

... a separate country (a legitimate part of the right to self-determination), existing side by side with the US, imperialism could not survive if they won it?and so would never give up without being defeated. Thus, a revolutionary nationalist movement could not ...

June 2001: —And The Moon Be Still As Bright - Ray Bradbury

... dark and didn't wash enough. And my sister wouldn't talk to most of them. I was the only one really liked it. And I can see my mother and father coming to Mars and acting the same way here. "Anything that's strange ...

The History Of The SCP Foundation - The SCP Foundation

... other admins due to neglect, LBD due to mismanagement - to be honest, no one really wanted to play FW. I guess it was more of a thing concerning LBD as a person as it was due to mismanagement; he wasn't particularly popular. - Fifthman ...

The Diary of Anne Frank (Excerpts 2/3/1944 - 4/11/1944) - Anne Frank

... , we really ought to try and get a boat." "Why bother? I have a better idea. We can each take a packing crate from the attic and row with a wooden spoon." "I'm going to walk on stilts. I used to be a whiz at it when I was ...

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Chapter 2: Lawrence Builds a Computer - Roger Williams

... ideas had to be right, it had no idea which one. So it asked Lawrence if he could get the test data. It needed more clues. Prime Intellect's superior intelligence had never really been tested; even Lawrence wasn't sure just ...

Gods Plan - Phora Play

... someone set me up? Is somebody plotting on me? They tryna kill me, they really tryna kill me again Don't wanna die without saying bye to my mama, my friends Only twenty years old living in this world, so cold ...

Carnal Repercussions Cd - Salt The Wound Play

... . You've got to let go of the ones you truly love. And if they come back, then you know they're yours. So let this be a lesson that distance is no home wrecker. If we can survive this, then ...

Fire in the Booth (Part 1, 2 & 3) - Akala

... , I swear that you try to be shit To make me look even better than Everybody knows that I am already I'm a pedigree that can't be touched like leprosy Have a rapper like The Beatles begging me to let it be And I don't need ...

COVID Relief Freestyle - Watsky

... But that's cool off my chest Off my mind, can't expect to be perfect Who just gotta keep it Moon event, you gotta have, make it Go, you gotta take it so slow If you're gonna cross the finish ...

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Chapter 14: Black Muslims - Malcolm X

... together. I've always been blessed in that if I can once watch something being done, generally I can catch onto how to do it myself. Quick "picking up" was probably the number one survival rule when I'd been out there in the streets ...

Chapter 1: Nightmare - Malcolm X

... ,especially Georgia Negroes. Negroes born in Georgia had to be strong simply to survive. It was morning when we children at home got the word that he was dead. I was six. I can remember avague commotion, the house filled up with ...

Chapter 1 : Nightmare (Traduction) - Malcolm X

... ,especially Georgia Negroes. Negroes born in Georgia had to be strong simply to survive. It was morning when we children at home got the word that he was dead. I was six. I can remember avague commotion, the house filled up with ...

Chapter 6: Detroit Red - Malcolm X

... have to be careful that some crowd of Negroes would not intervene roughly. Negroes were starting to get very tense in Harlem. One could almost smell trouble ready to break out -- as it did very soon. But it was really ...

Skilling v. United States - The Supreme Court of the United States

... S.Ct. 2875. Congress' reversal of McNally and reinstatement of the honest-services doctrine, we conclude, can and should be salvaged by confining its scope to the core pre- McNally applications. As already noted, supra, at 2926?2927, the honest-services ...

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2 B R 0 2 B - Kurt Vonnegut

... be in it with you. Without women like you, this wonderful world we've got wouldn't be possible." He saluted her and moved toward the door that led to the delivery rooms. "Guess what was just born," he said. "I can ...

Slaughterhouse-Five (Chapter 2) - Kurt Vonnegut

... the death penalty is ever to be imposed for desertion, it should be imposed in this case, not as a punitive measure nor as retribution, but to maintain that discipline upon which alone an army can succeed against the enemy. There ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 12) - Joseph Conrad

... ?He was mine, I tell you. . . . You can?t understand that. No man can understand it. What was I to do? There was a young fellow?? The memory of the early romance with the young butcher survived, tenacious, like the image of a glimpsed ideal ...

A Fresh Light (Chap. 4) - Marcel Proust

... justification of which was that she was supposed, rightly or wrongly, to be the natural daughter of a sovereign prince.? My mother, without abandoning the caste system of Combray which meant that my grandmother would have been scandalised by such a marriage ...

Playboy Interview: Malcolm X - Playboy

... , the Congress, the Supreme Court--but show me your integration, where is it? That's practical? Mr. Muhammad teaches us to be for what's really practical--that's separation. It's more natural than integration. PLAYBOY: In a recent interview, Negro author-lecturer Louis ...

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A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms - Game of Thrones

... . SAMWELL: Yes. And I'd love to defend them with it. But I can't really hold it upright. Your father, he taught me how to be a man. How to do what's right. This is right. It's Valyrian steel. I'd be honored if you'd take ...

Dark Wings, Dark Words - Game of Thrones

... looks on. JAIME: How did you come into Lady Stark's service? There's something we can talk about. BRIENNE: Not your concern, Kingslayer. JAIME: It had to be recently. You weren't with her at Winterfell. BRIENNE: How would you know? JAIME ...

Eastwatch - Game of Thrones

... need their support, so you can work together to give you what you really want. SANSA: How can you even think such a horrible thing? ARYA: You're thinking it right now. You don't want to be, but the thought just ...

The Mountain and the Viper - Game of Thrones

... . [Cut to MAN 4's body with no skin and his eye cut out] RAMSAY: You didn't really think I'd let them go did you? It's falling out of fashion. Fileting. Sad, but true. Traditions are important. Where are we without our history ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... the firemen, and the sun burnt Time, that meant.that everything burned! One of them had to stop burning. The sun wouldn't, certainly. So it looked as if it had to be Montag and the people he had worked with ...

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The Sieve and the Sand - Ray Bradbury

... the meaning of things. I sit here and know I'm alive." That was all there was to it, really. An hour of monologue, a poem, a comment, and then without even acknowledging the fact that Montag was a fireman, Faber with a certain trembling, wrote his ...

Malcolm X's “Chapter 1: Nightmare” - Cathysinoz

... ,especially Georgia Negroes. Negroes born in Georgia had to be strong simply to survive. It was morning when we children at home got the word that he was dead. I was six. I can remember avague commotion, the house filled up with ...

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