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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Wale Mini Review from NOCTURNAL Miami 5/27/11

First off I would like to express that I am a Wale fan, so if this comes off extra harsh just know my damn feelings was hurt! I rep Wale for two reasons, 1st he from D.C. and its rare that artist such as Wale make it out of D.C. They normally are local and that's it but he did it. 2nd his Music I love it! His flows, his words everything about him paints a perfect picture of an artist! Well not at Nocturnal!!!!

I would say the show was hot, but you can't really call 4 1/2 songs a show. So let's call this a baby review of Wale live at Nocturnal; which was JUST ok!!! I arrived around 12-ish and the line to get in was crazy. I just said thank Jesus I didn't have to wait in that line. The promoter Tristian who I was dealing with looked out and kept his word 100%, which is great! There was a decent crowd inside, but not that packed. Walshy Killa from Black Chiney was in the booth acting a damn fool on the mic. You know when a person loves what they do, because he was up in that DJ booth having a ball! After a few rounds of pictures and a drink, I was literally was suffocating by the amount of people that showed up. DJ Bre and his MC shelled it and played the right music to get the people jumping. I love to see when a DJ's can go from Hip-Hop to Pop and have the crowd jumping right threw! Dj Bre did the damn thing on the mixing; but the MC took it up 3 more notches. Soon after you had Rich Kid touch the mic with his hit "Get money." He had that crowd rocking to the track, but nothing else after. Rick Kid we need more music!!! You had an Artist by the name if Rello, who's music, was off the hook! I got to get a sample and when I do if you love hip hop you gonna love Rello. Slim came and got stank on the mic, but did what he do best.

Before that for 2 hrs I kept hearing Wale 15 minutes away, till he finally appeared. When he did you would have never notice, because he is so short. I truly felt like an Amazon next to him, because of my heels. He looked humble and in chill mode when he first got there, but after a while it changed. Getting a picture was literally a nightmare, because from what I was told he did not want any. WHATTTT!!! What do these celebs expects? You had people pay VIP money just to get a pic or even a wud up. I understand they want to party, but understand we in a recession, so interacting with fans, especially in VIP would have been nice. I don’t know what the deal was, but it got real crazy, real quick to the point I was aggravated. Wale looked like he was not in the mood after a while or he did not want to be there. He seemed so unhappy about something or maybe that’s just him. Being a D.C. vet I know that’s how some D.C. dudes come off, but are cool ass dudes. On some real shit though he just looked pissed. At first I thought it had something to do with Club owners or promoters, but after seeing him at Spring Fest I noticed he had the same vibe. So I am going to assume something was wrong. If he gets aggravated by people wanting a picture, autograph or even an interview he needs to retire. Thankfully he was NOT rude to me and the pictures I got where aight, I just felt bad for those who looked extra hurt. I mean there was a white dude that had a sharpie for Wale to sign his hate and the way he was treated was messed up. I just pray Wale is happy with his Maybech deal and his new surroundings. He still does not mesh to me since he comes off so humble and real, but we will see where the Maybach Label goes from here. Not saying Rick Ross ain't humble, but he ain't the cool ass dude I knew when his first single was still underground. But I guess that's how it goes when you reach to a certain level.

Anyway the show was a great success and even though it was a baby preview, Wale still showed up and did his thing. I pray the next time I see Wale, I get hired to be on his team and hope he feels better to socialize. DMV I rep all day, so till next time be sure you cope that new album “Self Made Volume I,” and rep my boy Wale!

View Photo's from Event here

Best of the Best Day 2

Day 2 of this festive weekend was good despite the Jamaican artist issue. I feel certain artist could have gone on at a different time, but who am I to say whose hot or not? I reached the park during Taurus Riley’s set and I have to give it to him again Taurus is an amazing artist. He had the best show for Day 2. His lively energy and interaction with the crowd is what makes his shows amazing. His band is amazing and the way they interact with each other can make a none Taurus Riley fan become a fan, just by hearing them live. The best part of the show was his tribute to Buju Banton. Even though I seen it at the Buju concert, it felt bran new just because of his passion while singing his song. Taurus Riley in Jamaican terms "Ah di Boss" and will always have a fan.

Sanchez still got it for an elder. Singing hit after hit Sanchez brought back some good memories from my child hood days. His set was nothing spectacular; it was just great to see him looking fresh as hell. He also still sounds exactly the same, which is always a good thing. But once my A.D.D kicked in I could not keep still too watch his entire show.

Alison Hinds is still a Bomb Shell Diva. I been following her since 1995 and I swear after 17 years she still looks amazing. In her gold blinging dress she gave the crowd a few whines and showed why she is the true Soca Queen. She let it be known that this was her 1st Best of the Best appearance and asked if she could come back. The reaction from the crowd let it be known that the answer was YES! Soca is always needed at a Caribbean concert as big as Best of the Best, so I do pray they bring her back. When it comes to Alison she always does something to keep you rocking to the Soca beat.

The next sets seem to have been put on fast forward mode, so I won't lie I missed a lot.

With DJ Khaled you already know how his set goes. He didn't have too many friends this year. But he manages to still have a bunch of dudes on stage that leaves you to wonder what the hell they do. Khaled didn't seem overly hype which is not normal. It could have been the fact that his set was put on fast forward mode or half his friends did not come this year! Who knows, but his set was the same? He had Ace Hood, Billy Blue, Ball Greezy, Rich kid and of course Busta Rhymes who I must say has a nasty attitude. I never new his head was so big, ESPECIALLY to his own peeps. Wait he did have one surprise and that was Ludacris, which was odd since he was suppose to be on Day 1. I guess since Day 1 got cut off on time Luda and the contest winners performed during khaled’s segment. I was bored this year; there was no excitement at all.

I-Octane impressed me for sure. He came on stage and song hit after hit. He shocked me on how many hot singles he has. Other then Taurus and Alison, I-Octane had the show on lock. He had the crowd bubbling from the time he hit the stage till the time he got off. Due to fast forward mode he dashed threw each song, which was upsetting because he should have been right before Shabba Ranks.

V-Y-B-Z Kartel man...it’s such a shame that this man can not travel. I swear if he was able too I really think all the foolishness he carrying on with would have not happened. Or maybe it would have been worse? Who knows but his segment pulled threw great. The man seem to be so overly excited, I swore his smile was going to be permanent. He kept letting the crowd know the time to prove it was live. The crowd was excited, but after a while it seems to have gotten dull. Maybe shocked that the man really did all those things to himself or shocked that he really was live via satellite. To me I just felt like I was watching a Youtube video! However I was impressed how everything went smooth and there were no glitches. If this was pre-recorded I am impressed because I could not tell; but I am sure it was not?

Etana, Demarco, Assassin, Stephan and Chino Mcgregor, Danielle D.I. and Stephan & Damian Marley Shows all went flying by as well! Trina did not show, I guess she was mad she didn't get hired for day 1? So it was safe to say they rushed so Kartel can get his time and Shabba Ranks can get his time.

To close out Day 2 Dutty Stinking Shabba worked his magic. But if you seen him before, it’s nothing new. What amazes me is how much energy this man still has. Shabba was on the stage whining, dropping, doing tricks with his microphone and stripping to show off his almost there six pack. Did I say whining? Yeah the man can whine his ass off. I mean hands down to Shabba, he has all right to think he is the shit. He was giving the crowd his all during his set. Maybe he was letting it be known that these youngsters better give him respect? Now don't get me wrong yeah he was great, but he got dull during some of his songs. But as always his girl tunes brings everyone back to life. Bring up Maxi Priest to rock the stage doing their classic hit "House Call" gave him a big plus. Maxi Priest still looks and sounds the same after all these years. I wish he did a few more songs since he does have major classics. Maybe next year now that he made it be know he still exists. Also helping Shabba out on stage was Miami's own Selena, singing tracks like "Mr. Loverman" and "Twice my Age." Just before she was going to leave the stage Shabba literally said "Don't move that Pu**y off the stage!" Poor Selena looked shocked as hell. He tried to clean it up but saying "Don't move that Punany," like that was any better? After that shocking moment Selena manages to give him a whine after he nearly tried to damage her during “Mr. Loverman.” Man what a performance!!! Once again hands down to Shabba and all his energy.

After dropping his Mic twice, Shabba dropped his mic for the third time and walked off the stage, which indicated his segment was done for sure. After they claimed there were more performances and introduced the original "Bruck Up" everyone started to walk out.

The show was a hand full and kept people entertained. There where a few down moments, but the Artist performances made you over look them. I am sure as time goes by it will only get better. One thing about Best of the Best is that no matter what is said; they prove the show must go on. They seem to always manage to pull some of the best out of their hat. Let's just hope and pray there continues to be a crowd pleasing artist that can travel. 2012 is going to be another mystery show that’s going to leave you on your toes. So until then see you next year at Best of the Best 2012 Memorial Day Weekend here in Miami!

View Photos from Event here

Day 1 of Best of the Best "Spring Fest"

First off I won't tell you how I missed half of the show because I was being naive about the show starting on time. I got caught up in the "Oh their going to be running late," thought. Well in this case I was the one who was running late. I missed Marsha Ambrosius, Jeremiah, Miguel, and Travis Porter. No one can explain how pissed I was because it was 6:30 p.m. and all of them went on already. There were no local acts from what I was told. Which was odd to me since that's what they where advertising. Now I have learned to never listen to what commercial’s and to be on time because I missed a lot.

As I was strolling into the park I hear Miguel on stage performing "All I want is you," then "Sure Thing." I was real impressed by what I was hearing, because Miguel sounds exactly the same as his record. Now I got a chance to rub elbows with Miguel and boy he looks better in person and with hair. He comes of so smooth and sensitive that I felt he was going to get injured by the media. Even though "some" of the media were acting like stalking paparazzi and hound dogs, Miguel managed to make it through to talk to everyone. He is such a sweet heart; he makes me want to dress him up and play house.

Lloyd from what I seen before was 100% better during this performance. He was interacting with the crowd, dancing and just look happy to be on the stage. During his show Ace Hood hoped on and did his new hit "Hustle Hard!" He's another one who looked hella happy on stage; I mean with “Hustle Hard” being his best single, he really should be happy. I was really Loving Lloyd hair cut, because he actually looks like a man and not a boy now. His singing was awesome, he sounds the same high pitch and all. He was the most humble of them all! Not only did he take the time to talk with everyone, he actually didn’t let his people bully him to rush through. One thing I hated was his hat!! He kept it in his face most of the time in the media tent like he was shy or something. Looking at that gorgeous body made you care less about his hat issues after a while.

Ms. Keri Hilson, Sigh....okay so I felt like I was at her performance two years ago in Cafe iguana Pines. The only thing that changed was her appearance; Keri Hilson is a very beautiful girl. However instead of hating on Beyonce, she needs a lesson or two for her to better her performance. She dances 100% better, but she sound real tired while singing "The way you Are" which was her 3rd song. All in all Keri was good, but I expected way more. I did not like her sailor hate and baggy jeans look. Since this is Miami I thought she would get sexy and fly, Well I thought wrong. She was cute, but that costume shit was not cute at all. Keri did not come to the media tent of course, which was no surprise.

Chris Brown, WOW what a true performer. The boy confused if you ask me, because he bleached his hair back to blond. The reaction when he hit the stage to "Transform You" was sick! I thought people where going to pass out. For a tall dude he really got some moves on him. For the first two songs, he showed and proved that he is a dancer. I still think he’s a little too tall, but it fits him well. The singing I won't lie was a little off and cracky. He didn't sound tired, he just sound like his butt was partying hard the night before. My favorite part of course was the lap dance he gave to one of his fans. He asked who wanted to join him, forgetting I was on media mode I sure did raise my hand. But of course some girl on stage already got the pleasure of the best lap dance a man can give a woman. Chris looked serious and had sex written all over his face. Did I mention the humping of the floor???? Yes Chris had me feeling like a real cougar! Sigh....he was great!!! He was another who did not come to the press tent, which was okay because I would have acted real unprofessional after that performance. Plus we did not want no out burst from stupid questions that may have come his way.

"Yup" is all you hear, then out the shadow Trey Songz appears on stage singing "Invented Sex." Of course the crowd went CRAZY for this new sex icon! During his performance at first there was nothing special about it, because all he was doing was hopping back and forth singing to crowd. He sang the hell out of his songs, I give him that much. He also was feeling on his stuff to get the girls crazy, but really that gets boring after a while. Then of course it was only right for his brother from another mother Drake to bless the stage. Which after their performance Drake gave him props by saying, "He's one of the best to ever do it??" I don't know about that since he sounds exactly like R.Kelly, but that's his boy so I guess that's why he felt that way. After 15 minutes I realized he was still on stage, which was way too much! Trey had no dancers or no type of other entertainment so it felt like it was bed time. He did great, but it was way too long, for me anyway. I have officially become a Trey Songz fan, not like the screamers in the crowd, but a fan of his music.

To close the show it was only right they do it with Miami's Boss Rick Ross & Friends. Yes Ross reminds me of Biggie, but he has build a style and umpire that we just can't deny! After hitting the stage he brought on three of his hottest artist off Maybech Label, Gun Play, Wale and Meek Mills. Gun Play gets crowd up with “Rolling.” Wale who by the way looks so unhappy does his "No hands" verse and Meek Mills puts it down with "I'm a Boss" and "2pac Back." Even though they did well, they seem to look unhappy. Is their tension in Maybach land or was it because their time was almost up? Who knows all I know is they looked like an unhappy camp or maybe I am confusing Cocky with Unhappy? I know the boss was really mad when they cut his time short. The park was not playing at all 12 a.m. they locked it down. I am glad I got a little piece, since I am a new found Maybach Fan.

Even though I missed some awesome artist, the show was great from what I did get to see. I did not like the set up, but with the new apartments viewing the park, it’s only right they set it up the way they did. Everything ran smooth and there were no real major issues that I had to be upset about. I give the team props for getting most of the artist to the Media tent. They just need to have some more structure so that the artist would not get hound like they did. "Spring Fest" 2011 gets an A from me! I can't wait to see whats in store for next year.

View Photos from Event here

Monday, May 30, 2011

Closer to Inerrancy

I was happy to see today that my most personally upsetting and perhaps the overall most critical translation error of the NIV has now been fixed by the NIV 2011:

NIV 1984

Ehud reached with his left hand, drew the sword from his right thigh and plunged it into the king’s belly. Even the handle sank in after the blade, which came out his back. Ehud did not pull the sword out, and the fat closed in over it.

NIV 2011

Ehud reached with his left hand, drew the sword from his right thigh and plunged it into the king’s belly. Even the handle sank in after the blade, and his bowels discharged. Ehud did not pull the sword out, and the fat closed in over it.

Judges 3:21-22

The translators have put a smile on the face of God.

Friday, May 27, 2011


Do you ever feel ripped off that no one asked you if you wanted to be born? Sometimes I feel like the responsibility of being human has been forced upon me. I exist, and I'm expected to love people, love God, obey the Government, and no-one one said "Hey, Tom, I've got a life for you, it'll be a bit of a responsibility, but it could be rewarding. Do you want it?"

Chances are, having had my options laid out, I would have chosen life. It's just that no one asked. It's my life, it would have been nice to have been consulted.

We should start a movement to get God to start giving pre-bodied humans the right to choose if they want to exist. If God acquiesced it'd totally stuff up the right to life/pro-choice debate.

Actually maybe God did give me a choice and then erased the memory. Maybe I exist of my own free will, I just don't remember it.

Anything is possible.


I have been thinking about getting an iPad for preaching.

I feel like there should be heaps of cool things you could do with an iPad while preaching. But it seems no. I did some research. Seems like the best thing you can do while preaching is read your notes off it. It works like paper, except it's about $800 more than paper.

Oh well.

I guess I won't get an iPad. Just as well probably.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Equal Distribution

We had a bible study at work today on wealth and how we spend our money. I thought I might try and find out how much money there is in the world, divide it by 6 billion and then try and have that amount of money in my life. I thought perhaps that would be a good way to make sure I had only a fair share of the world's money.

But the internet won't tell me how much money there is in the world.

At least the first website I checked didn't tell me.

My plans have been foiled. Perfect logic failed by imperfect Google.

It's the story of my life.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Bathtub Sounds

Here's a fun thing I was fiddling with at work today. And, yes, this was work.

Mute the sound on this video and watch it while playing the video below it. When that's finished, watch the video again, but play the music on the second video from about 2 minutes 55 seconds in. Essentially you're substituting the soundtrack from the first video with the soundtrack from the second two.

The first time you watch the video it's a fun little piece about happy day in Sydney when everyone is having a good time, and a clumsy man even gets rescued from the sea.

The second time you watch the video it's about a man who almost drowns as the callous, self-absorbed world passes him by.

Niffty, huh?


Music 1

Music 2

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Guest Post: If Your Youth Minister Dies

This post has been writen by my friend and youth ministry blogging guru, Graham Baldock.

We tackle the big issues here.

If you type the question "What do you do when your youth minister dies?" into a search engine you get very little useful info. You read miscellaneous articles about ministers dying, but nothing really for those left behind (expect for this nifty app). So... this post will try to reply to the question no-one is obviously wanting to have answered...

What do you do when your youth minister dies???

In light of Tom's brush with McDonald's-related-criminality we are simultaneously going to try and navigate this worst-case-scenario minefield (you can check out Tom's answer on my blog) and thus become the world's foremost resources on the topic.

I'm going to start by assuming that the youth minister was suddenly killed, not the casualty of a drawn out disease. This event was totally unexpected.
So what do you do???

As a teen...

1 - Take some time to sit with this. Let it sink in a little. Give yourself some time and space. Stick close to those who love and can support you. Hug your family and find a soft kitten to cuddle.

2 - Feel what you're going to feel. Grief, shock, denial, anger... allow the emotions to come. That's perfectly normal.

3 - Equally, give others some time and space to process this. The way they deal with it may not be the carbon copy of how you deal with it. That's okay.

4 - When you feel comfortable, talk to someone. It could be a parent, a youth group leader or a counsellor. Chat about the things that are raised in point 2.

5 - Avoid making any massive changes or great risks. Routine is important.

If you are connected to the church (as the minister or a youth group leader)...

1 - Be aware that you will go through the same things as the kids. Do steps 1-5 from the list above. It's okay for you as well. Take time and create space to care for yourself.

2 - Be around. You may not have all, or even many answers, but sometimes your sheer presence will mean more than a I-got-this-off-a-website-answer. This should be especially true if you are the senior minister.

3 - Offer help. Wrangle up some cash and offer discounted counselling sessions.

4 - Understand that for some kids, this will be their first experience of someone they personally know dying. Especially a person who is not elderly.

5 - Realise some of the that questions will be raised by members of the congregation. The youth and leaders may wonder about God's fairness. How someone who served God could be killed.

6 - Consider hiring a new youth minister slowly. Don't rush into a new appointment. Weigh up the candidates and be honest in your dealings with them. Nothing would be worse than making a selection that doesn't fit or having the person stumble into a mess they weren't expecting.


I moved out of my place in Artarmon. When my housemate came home and found me using his razor to shave my bum I knew it was all over.

That's not true.

I moved because my lovely friends Chez and Johnny invited me to move in with them and work at living intentionally as in a more community like way. We're not going to be a "Community House", not yet, just a friendly, welcoming house and we may work out way up to the title of Community House.

Also they want to live closer to my work.

So I moved out of my place on Friday and Saturday. Now I'm technically homeless again. But I'm living with my parents till we find a place to live. And my parents now have Bluray and wifi so it's a good place to live.

I'm looking forward to the new adventure. Chick peas, tea, community and all that. Johnny's a poet and Chez is a vegetarian. How Newtown. But we're too hipster for Newtown, we're too hipster for the inner-west. How Newtown.

Macquarie Park here we come!

Monday, May 16, 2011

Rock City is FINALLY Free!! My question has been answered!

My question has been answered? A while back I asked what was going on with Rock City and Konvict Records and then it came across my computer screen on twitter. After a five years shelf roller coaster, Rock City, was released from their recording contract with Akon's Konvict Records. I never new this, but they had public campaign dubbed PTFAO (Put the F**king Album Out) to appeal their business relationship. Since their debut album on Konvict was not given a release date, the duo spent two years in seeking the so limited options to dissolve their recording contract. After a long two years that probably to them felt like an eternity, Mr. Konvict himself, offered the group an opportunity to remain with the label and work towards dropping an album or being released from their contract. The duo did not think twice exited Konvict Records. Now that the duo is free sailing they will release their debut album "Free At Last," on their record label, Rebelution Records.

Man what a damn shame!! I really was rooting for Konvict Records because it gave Caribbean artist a way to shine in this so called American Game. We all know that the Caribbean community has a major influence on the music industry, but yet they can not get the love they deserve. I thought Konvict will be that bridge barrier, I guess not! I have no clue on why this happened, but hopefully we get that juice first, I mean the REAL juice. Not that watered down “We just parted ways” shit. With Nicki and Rihanna swing the Caribbean flow in the lyrics can this happen for any other artist? I am crossing my fingers on this, hell I hope and pray they don’t get stuck together waiting. I have HOPE!!!

So I guess congrats to Rock City? Maybe riding dolo will help you rise as artist! I still love ya’ll music!

Before there was Akon, you had Mark Morrison.....The Mack is Back!!

Before there was Akon, you had Hanover, West Germany vet Mark Morrison told the world “Return of the Mack,” after being heart broken. In '96, 'Return of the Mack', became a multi-platinum success, selling 3 million copies worldwide. The single also opened the US market for him, spending 41 weeks on the Billboard singles chart, where it peaked at #2, and made the Billboard Hot 100 "Songs of the Year" chart. The album made him the first artist in British pop history to have five Top 10 singles from their debut album.

BUT due to his run-ins with the law, Mr. Morrison’s Career took another route. Now back on the scene, his third studio album 'I Am What I Am,' is due out this summer/fall. This new track I Am What I Am' is more appealing to my ears rather then B Day” featuring Warren G, which was released first. I was disappointed, but this was does hi, justice and gives you that summer feels. Not too much like “Return of the Mack,” but somewhat similar. He expresses in this track that he is, who he is and he does not give too shits if you like it or not. I mean that’s what I get out of the lyrics. With all his legal problems and people judging him, you can tell these lyrics came from the heart. I love the message of accepting who you are good or bad no matter what a person think or says.

Mark Morrison - I Am What I Am

Lonny Bereal ft/ Kelly Rowland version of "Favor" is better!

I am official a Kelly fan! I have always thought she was hot, but she went to Europe and came back blazing. With “Motivation” heating up the charts, Kelly has shown, she has grown into her own self and not in the shadow of Beyonce. Now this new track by Lonny Bereal ft/ Kelly Rowland - "Favor" is a new banger. I heard it a while ago with Chris Brown and Teyana Taylor on the hook and I liked it. But with this new released 2011 version with Kelly on the hook, makes me love it more. Teyana made it cute sex, but Kelly made it let’s have sex sexy. I feel it sounds better with one woman and one man, rather then two men and one woman. They had a 3some going on the first version, the second version makes it more intimate. So really you can play the one that floats your boat, but I am sure they will be releasing the 2011 version.

I said it before and I will say it again Ms.Kelly went to the UK and got a confidence boost, since they appreciate her dark sexy self. She just keeps you wanting more and I can not wait for her new album to drop. Now as for Lonny this Grammy winning song writer, he is hot himself. He proved himself to me with this one. Well keep a look out for more from Lonny as this new re-release is going to do more for him rather then the 2010 version.

Lonny Bereal ft/ Kelly Rowland - "Favor"

Chris Brown's song "Favor" featuring Lonny Bereal and Teyana Taylor

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


I was listening to an interview with Tim Keller the other day. He talked about how sometimes the issues for mature Christians are not about right and wrong but more wise and less wise. There are decisions we have to make and neither option is sinful, but one is better than the other and we need wisdom to figure out which is best.

I liked that. I feel like I spend a lot of time having to make those types of decisions. Sometimes trying to work out the answer you feel like if you pick wrong, it'll be sinful. But often it won't be sinful, just less wise.

I'd like to be wise.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Armed Robbery

I was up at Maccas after church tonight with the young adults. There were 12 of us. I was eating a salad because I was still full of sake and Japan food from Mother's Day (Happy Mother's Day Mum!). It was Seared Chicken Caesar in case you're wondering.

About two thirds of the way through my salad, there was some shouting at the back door of Maccas. I thought "Oh a fight, I hate fights, they make me nervous." Then I saw the manager and thought "Oh good the manager is going to break it up." I moved my head so I could see better and saw that there wasn't a fight instead two guys with balaclavas had come in the back door. One was holding a large kitchen knife and the other a small axe, a hatchet if you will, with a shiny red bit on it. It looked new. They were both wearing black and one of them was holding a small bag.

I thought "Oh good, it's not a fight. Must be a practical joke. Halloween isn't for a while. It's not a very funny joke. Whoever they're friends with on the Maccas staff is gonna be pissed."

They kept shouting. It occurred to me when they shoved the manager behind the counter and the people nearest the back door got up and ran out that it wasn't actually a joke but this was a real armed robbery.

We were seated at the other end of maccas, far from the counter and far from the doors. I had a view of all the doors and the counter. I was pretty pleased to be in such a good spot. The guy with the hatchet ran behind the counter to deal with the staff, who kinda stood there looking stunned, while the guy with the knife hung around to deal with the customers. He waved the knife and swore at all of us telling us to stay where we were. It wasn't that helpful. Every time he turned his back another group of customers would run out the nearest door.

The group of Christians behind us, closer to the action looked scared and one started praying loudly to Jesus. It's to be expected if you rob a maccas on a Sunday night that someone is gonna start praying. I didn't pray. I'm guess I'm not even a Sunday Christian.

As one group of people ran out the door the guy with the knife chased them out shouting about how they should stay where they were. At that point the Christians hopped up and ran out too. They had a small girl with them. It was probably the best thing to do.

The poor robber, on the other hand, couldn't keep control of his charges. I knew how he'd be feeling, it's the same feeling I used to get every week teaching scripture. You think you're big and scary and then everyone just ignores your threats and runs away. He was hemorrhaging potential hostages like an amateur. Should have watched Heat. Had he promised us all chocolate to stay and watch his robbery I'm sure we would have been more obliging, they don't do that in Heat, but it's probably a good tactic.

Anyway, my group, we stayed. Probably within 30 seconds of the guys coming in we were the only customers left in Maccas. It felt a little special having the restaurant to ourselves. Kinda romantic perhaps, like the empty ice rink in Rocky. If it wasn't for the guys with weapons, I might have proposed to someone.

As we sat there we looked around at each other and the general consensus seemed to be that we should stay where were. We were too far from any doors to get out quickly. It never really occurred to me to leave. I saw other people leaving and I thought "That's brave. They might get stabbed." I figured sitting still and doing what you're told was probably the safest option. Plus if we left I wasn't going to get to see what happened and how often in your life do you get to witness an armed robbery?

I also felt kinda like leaving was the wrong thing to do. Like if we ran away we were abandoning the Maccas staff to their fate alone. Of course I'm sure they didn't feel like they needed us there for support, but we were all in this together. I think perhaps the same reason that I often stay behind at events and help pack up is the same reason that I felt like I should stay behind in Maccas. Bailing early isn't right.

That said, I've never considered the ethics of being a bystander (or bysitter in our case) in an armed robbery. And probably escaping is just as valid option as staying.

Anyway, once it was clear to knife dude that he'd lost control of everyone except us, he headed over to the counter to help hatchet dude. They shouted a lot about giving them money and nothing else seemed to be happening.

I found the whole thing fascinating. I didn't really freak out or even get nervous. I was hoping no one got stabbed but only because I felt like that would complicate things more than I wanted them too. I also spent time wondering what was going on behind the counter, but a lot of my thoughts were just something like "Oh yes, so this is what an armed robbery feels like." I worried a little for my fellow church friends. Some of them were freaking out a small bit. I hoped no one did anything stupid. I also spent a while trying to figure out if the robbers would get angry if I kept eating my salad. I'm not sure what I decided. I think I might have snuck in a few bits while their backs were turned.

After a bit more kerfuffle behind the counter the two guys ran out the back door they had come through. The whole thing would have taken less than two minutes. There was a momentary lull in action as everyone tried figure out if it was over. Then a bunch of us jumped up and went to the counter to see what happened, people pulled out phones to write a Facebook status update and a bunch of the patrons who escaped came back in the door, presumably to pick up the food they'd left behind, no one wants to lose those last two nuggets. I pulled out my phone and thought about doing a Facebook status update but couldn't think of anything witty to write so I put it back in my pocket and went back to eating my salad.

I think there was a little bit of discussion about calling the cops, I'm not sure if anyone did. We were all too busy on Facebook.

Suddenly there was a whole bunch of debriefing going on. We found out that no one was hurt and the guys had only gotten $200 because the safe was on a time lock.

The next 15 minutes was spent debriefing, talking about what we saw, how we felt, making jokes. The adrenaline meant that everyone laughed louder. It was prime time to tell jokes cause it made you feel like you're really funny. It was just the chemicals in the brain laughing, but who cares, you gotta take what you can get.

Eventually the cops turned up, none of them had their sirens on which was disappointing. They took our details, told us to wait for the detectives, and then when they found out all we saw were two guys in masks, told us we could go.

I stayed a little bit longer, finished my salad, thanked everyone for sharing the bonding experience with me, then went home.

The salad was pretty good, in case you're wondering.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Omarion "Luke Skywalker," featuring Method Man Sounds Personal

It’s seems like the artist are starting to really express how they feel about the music game. It’s no secret, but I guess the ones that are slept on or even the has been’s have a lot to say. Just like Mr. Has Been, himself Omarion. In this new sneak peek from his new Mix tape 'The Awakening,' hosted by DJ Drama Mr. O expresses a lot in his verse. I mean with all the controversy going on around his circle I am sure he has “LOTS” to say. One part of his verse he says, “It’s sad to see what everybody doing to get on, the game copy cat aint nobody got they own……!” Is he giving us hints or is he trying to say something else. I mean we who are in the game and see what’s happening already know about the copy cats, but what about what they doing to get that deal. Being that he went threw it, I guess he realized that it’s only getting worse? Man I don’t know, but I am sure this Mix tape will have a lot of secret coding in his verses to express it. "Luke Skywalker," featuring Wu-Tang's Method Man, I won’t lie its aight, and I am not an Omarion fan so aight is a lot. The fact he put my baby Meth on it, makes it good to me!

Check out "Luke Skywalker," featuring Wu-Tang's Method Man

Range feat. Wale ‘Beautiful you are’ may need to grow on me...........

Because of Wale I took the time to listen to this track by Range called ‘Beautiful you are’ feat my main artist man in my life Wale. Range who was formally of Jay Z’s Roc Nation will release this on his forthcoming EP. The track is hot to play in a mix for a Mix CD or in the club, but other then that it would eventually get boring to me. Range does not stand out from anyone in this R&B world, which would explain why he was probably shelved at Roc Nation. Let’s just see what he has coming after this track, because as for now ‘Beautiful you are’ bores me. Maybe when I am up in the Club, I can vibe to it.

Range feat. Wale ‘Beautiful you are’

Solange “Left Side Drive" gets a go in my Play book!

Despite she is known as Beyonce’s baby sister, Solange managed to step out of her sister’s shadow and create a style of her own. I have been a fan especially when she got rebel-ish and being different by chopping off all her hair, to then turn around and wear wigs. Who does that LOL, but I loved it because she was real about it and did not care what people had to say. Solange recorded this track “Left Side Drive" a few years ago but just released the songs to fans. It is a song she had "a deep love affair with for years." I can see why the flow of song puts you in a laid back ready for whatever mood!

Solange “Left Side Drive"

Monday, May 2, 2011

Bin Laden

It's been interesting watching everyone's reactions to the death of Osama. It's rather distressing to see scenes of Americans waving flags and rejoicing in the death of another human. I take no joy in the death of anyone. I have no feeling that justice has been done.

How does shooting and killing Osama make payment for the thousands of lives he took? Death seems too easy. He deserved worse.

However I do feel like his death is an inevitable consequence of a life lived at war with the most powerful nation on earth. I have no dreams of the US capturing him and locking him up and reforming him. The US could not change his heart. They could not bring back the thousands who he killed. They could only take his life. They could only execute their role to be "agents of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer." It was justice done man's way.

Messy problems require messy solutions.

But this isn't really a solution, is it? Terrorism will go on. War and violence will continue. Atrocities will continue on both sides. No one will win.

With this in mind, once again the violence and tragedy of this world points me to the God of this world, who brings justice not through a gun but through a cross. The life of one evil man cannot atone for the lives of the thousands of people he killed. But the life of one innocent God-man can, and does, atone for all the terror and atrocity done and to be done. The killing of an infinite God is justice for the sins of a finite race. And those who put their trust in this cross are put to death with Jesus, that they might also be given new life in the risen Jesus. It's a mercy undeserved through a death undeserved.

But justice does not just come through the cross. And Jesus will come again, and he will wield the sword. He will not let the unrepentant escape with just a simple death. Evil will meet its match.

One way or another the evil will be put to death, either at the cross of Christ, or at the sword of Christ. Justice will be done. Fear will end. Pain will cease. Life will reign. Goodness will prevail. God has won.

But until that day, I will not celebrate the death of the wicked at the hands of the wicked because I know that I too am wicked, and I too deserve a death worse that of being killed by a gun.

I will work for peace in this world. I will seek to do no violence and I will not encourage violence to be done in my name. But when evil is done, and terrible solutions are sought, I will look forward to the new and better world to come.

A new day is coming. God has won.

Never Say Never

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While Navy Seals were busy killing Osama Bin Laden, I went to the cinema to watch Justin Bieber. I was completing my challenge. I'm pretty sure I'm the only person who has taken me up on my challenge, but that's ok, I guess I'm just the only brave person who reads my blog. That's fine, you pansies, that's why I have a hairy chest and you don't.

I went to Event Maquarie. The first step was to go buy a ticket. I decided to go to the earliest session of the day. I figured 10:30am on a Monday was the time I was least likely to be stuck in a cinema full of Beiberised 12 year-old girls.

I lined up and spent the entire time in the line trying to figure out whether to ask for a ticket to just plain Never Say Never or to say something ironic and witty. I couldn't think of anything ironic and witty but I couldn't bring my self to call the movie by it's proper title just like I refuse to ask for a Brekky to GoGo at Boost juice. I ended up asking for "One to the Bieber movie."

I was expecting the woman to mock me or something but, like a true professional, she just gave me my ticket and asked where I'd like to sit. I said the middle, not that I was planning on sitting there. I had designated seating.

I took my ticket but no 3D glasses as I had my 3D glasses already in my pocket. Prepared like a scout, you wimps!

The next obstacle was getting past the ticket collector without being laughed at or jeered for being a grown man going to see Bieber in concert on a screen. The ticket collector, she was also very professional, didn't mock me once. I suspect it was all her experience collecting tickets for people going to see things like The Hottie of the Nottie and Sex and the City 2 which stopped her from grabbing her walkie talking and informing all her fellow staff members that there was creepy bearded man off to watch a tweenie girl's movie in 3D.

As I stood there embarrassed by my situation I realised that there is no ironic way to have your ticket ripped.

My last challenge was to make it into the cinema undetected. Happily I'd arrived late so the lights were already down and I could sneak in. As it turned out there was only one other person in the cinema. They were sitting right up the back. I pretended not to notice them and they pretended not to notice me. We had an unspoken agreement. We were like next-door neighbours passing in a porn shop.

Despite the rigmarole, I actually quite enjoyed the movie. I wasn't sure what I'd think of the movie. I never thought it'd be terrible. My embarrassment at seeing the movie had nothing really to do with the quality of the movie or Justin Bieber as a performer. It was only really that I was doing something that I really shouldn't be doing. I was doing something made for girls who are somewhere in-between ponies and vodka cruisers not for men who are somewhere in-between balding and a mortgage.

Anyway, it was an interesting movie. It gave me a good insight into Justin Bieber and what he's all about. From a youth ministry perspective it helped me understand teenage girl obsession a bit too. Also from a youth ministry perspective I left feeling pretty worried about what this life must be doing to the poor kid. To be literally worshipped by millions of girls must screw with the young man's head. From what I could see in the film, he has a solid bunch of people around him who keep in generally grounded. There seem to be some strong Christians there including his mum, so I'm hoping they work on him to keep him humble.

Bieber's music is pretty bland, but he is clearly pretty talented. The film itself is part concert film, part documentary about his rise to fame. The documentary bit was pretty interesting, the concert got a tad boring. I was ready for the film to end after about an hour.

Perhaps most interesting, and most embarrassing, is that the film did make me a tad emotional. Actually not a tad. I cried. Real tears. I know, it's terrible, and that's why I'm writing this so late in the post and hoping everyone has stopped reading by now.

There's a scene where Justin sings One Less Lonely Girl. During the concert the production team pick one girl out of the audience and invite her on to the stage with Bieber. She sits on a stool on the stage and he sings to her and gives her a bunch of flowers and dances around her. The scene in the film becomes a montage of girls getting given the chance to get sung to by their idol Justin Bieber, there is a lot of screaming and tears. And somehow, somehow in all that emotion, music, and in the joy of seeing all these young ones have their dreams come true, I got a lump in my throat and a few droplets of salt water trickled down from behind my 3D glasses into my lap. It was embarrassing and lovely all that same time. So emotionally confusing for a man like me.

I learnt then that there's no ironic way to cry during a Justin Bieber movie.

When the film was done, I left. I tried to sneak out without running into a cinema worker who might notice my puffy eyes. I think I was successful which is lucky, because despite all their professionalism and training I'm not sure they could have let that breach of manly conduct pass without out some public humiliation.

So did I learn from the experience? Yes I did. I learnt a lot. I learnt about Bieber. I learnt about the people who love Bieber. I learnt about facing your fears. And I learnt that if Beiber ever picks me out of the crowd for One Less Lonely Girl there is no way I'm going to be able to hold it together. I'm gonna be a blubbering mess.

Donny's Intro Video

The next post I write will be about Justin Bieber. So to avoid having two Bieber posts in a row, is the intro video I made for Donny Jaffa at Soul this year. Mum, you'll love it.

Sunday, May 1, 2011


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