AbSIRd TV – Episode 3
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It all started when I was 12 years old…I was a problem child, everything from setting my school on fire to stealing & racing cars, I DID IT! One day my mom had enough. She said, “THAT’S IT, I’VE HAD IT! I’m sending you away! Pack up!” So I did…I never knew if she was serious or not. On the way to the group home, with my clothes in the back seat of the car, my mom said, “I have to stop and pick up my pay check.” So we pulled into her job’s parking lot. My mom went to get out the car and said to me, “DON’T MOVE,” but as usual I just waited for her to get out of the car and walk into her job, then I got out and headed into the building behind her. As I roamed the building, I walked into a radio station, at that time called WDRE 103.9. It was a rock station. The front desk didn’t stop me so I walked straight into the offices. The receptionist probably thought I was the child of someone who worked there. After an hour and a half flies by, I get bored and decide to walk back to the car where I find my mom crying on the floor. She screamed, “I THOUGHT SOMEONE TOOK YOU!” Then a man walks out into the hallway and sees my mom crying and says, “Are you ok?” My mom says, “MY SON IS DRIVING ME CRAZY! I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO ANYMORE!” The man says, “Come in and let me talk to him.” So my mom and I go into the radio station. He sits my mom in the conference room and says, “I’ll be right back, try to relax, I’ll talk to him.” Then he takes me into his office. As I sat across from his desk, I was upset that someone other than my.. Read more!
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I’ve never met such an ambitious person who is just as eager and willing to assist, motivate, and encourage others while on his own path to success. You understand the big picture and have a genuine desire to contribute to the greater good. People like you are a rare find in the entertainment industry. You’re fearless in everything I’ve seen you do and you still have a desire to be better and take criticism. You will go far my friend. I am grateful to know you. Thanks for all the encouragement :)
You inspire me because you have never stopped fighting for your dreams! Through all types of struggles and set backs you have keep moving and motivating others. I met you over ten years ago and you are still grinding, sweating, bleeding and keeping the dream alive!
You inspire me because you represent the struggle. You have shown me that I don’t need all the money and riches to succeed and pursue a dream and make it come into existence. I love your determination as well as your humbleness because not too many men are willing to ask for assistance when needed. You’re personality leaves a lasting impression and your smile reminds me that there is something to be happy about. I also appreciate how you draw yourself into people in depth. I remember the first time I met you and you asked me what my story was. You also are a reminder to other young black men that although they are minorities there is still hope no mateer what statistics say Sir. Thanks for that!!