The best video game of all time



Jake’s Booty Call

No it’s not from your stupid xbox, playstation, nintendo or game cube. This game is too legendary for a console. Jake’s Booty Call can be downloaded anywhere on the net, and this is all you need for gaming content. This game has purpose and it’s not far from reality. This game will teach you that you are in control of your own reality, therefor you should get off of your ass, throw your play station in the trash and begin to create the reality that you want. Be like Jake.


A dream that continues to repeat itself.


I want to start out by saying that I don’t attach any meaning to dreams, and I get a kick out of those that try to make sense of them. Dreams can be so far from reality, yet they can also be so close to it. But the fact of the matter is that dreams are just jibber jabber. Jibber jabber is as defined in the smokencanvas Blog-O-dictionary as anything and everything that comes out of a woman’s mouth (except for your Mother of course).

Now let’s get to it.

The dream started with me entering an elevator. I clicked one of the buttons and the lift  proceeded past my intended floor. I watched the floor numbers in the lift increase until it must have reached the top floor. At this point the elevator wasn’t moving, and the doors weren’t opening. I didn’t feel any sense of tension or nervousness at this point, I just proceeded to click a few of the floor level buttons. Nothing happened. And suddenly my view changed, I was in third person floating in the air and watching the elevator explode through the roof of the building like a rocket ship. The elevator was suspended on two poles connected to the building, and hurdling through the sky in the direction of the sun. My view changed again, I was back in first person. The elevator was jerking me left, right, up, down and all i could see was the numbers above the door continue to increase. 1000, 1001, 1002, 1003.

It’s funny, I was at the pub with my bros the other night and a few of them were telling me that they’ve been having similar dreams. Makes me wonder, is there a new movie trailer out with this plot and theme?

A poet that speaks to me.


This past week I’ve been busy teaching my IELTS students about poetry (ESL teachers of IELTS can get a free lesson here A free lesson for ESL teachers to use for IELTS.), and I couldn’t help but to immerse myself in it as well. I’ve read poetry from all types of poets during this time; John Magee Jr, John Milton, Wallace Stevens, Robert Herrick and Rudyard Kipling to name a few. But one poet stood out the most, and I’d like to take a moment to share one of his poems with you.

A 340 Dollar Horse And A Hundred Dollar Whore

By Charles Bukowski

Don’t ever get the idea I am a poet; you can see me
at the racetrack any day half drunk
betting quarters, sidewheelers and straight thoroughs,
but let me tell you, there are some women there
who go where the money goes, and sometimes when you
look at these whores these onehundreddollar whores
you wonder sometimes if nature isn’t playing a joke
dealing out so much breast and ass and the way
it’s all hung together, you look and you look and
you look and you can’t believe it; there are ordinary women
and then there is something else that wants to make you
tear up paintings and break albums of Beethoven
across the back of the john; anyhow, the season
was dragging and the big boys were getting busted,
all the non-pros, the producers, the cameraman,
the pushers of Mary, the fur salesman, the owners
themselves, and Saint Louie was running this day:
a sidewheeler that broke when he got in close;
he ran with his head down and was mean and ugly
and 35 to 1, and I put a ten down on him.
the driver broke him wide
took him out by the fence where he’d be alone
even if he had to travel four times as far,
and that’s the way he went it
all the way by the outer fence
traveling two miles in one
and he won like he was mad as hell
and he wasn’t even tired,
and the biggest blonde of all
all ass and breast, hardly anything else
went to the payoff window with me.

that night I couldn’t destroy her
although the springs shot sparks
and they pounded on the walls.
later she sat there in her slip
drinking Old Grandad
and she said
what’s a guy like you doing
living in a dump like this?
and I said
I’m a poet

and she threw back her beautiful head and laughed.

you? you . . . a poet?

I guess you’re right, I said, I guess you’re right.

but still she looked good to me, she still looked good,
and all thanks to an ugly horse
who wrote this poem.

Say no to Google.

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Withdrawing your use of this search engine will:

  1. Begin to take a step towards making it more difficult for the NSA and CIA to spy on you and collect information on you, such as but not limited to your phone records, everything on your personal devices, your exact location and where all of your money goes.
  2. Begin a movement that aims to reject all search engines that censor truth and facts.
  3. Begin a movement that aims to reject all search engines who explicitly attempt to re-write history.
  4. Set a good example for the next generation. Perhaps if we start to take small steps towards changing the way we do things for the better, it may have a trickle down effect on the youth.
  5. Reject all left wing dogma which Google force feeds to all of it’s users by consistently pushing liberal leaning content to the front of the line in search engine results.

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As a good search engine alternative, check out

I’ve set this as my default search engine. It works like a charm and filters out left leaning, politically correct content. I recommend you give it a try.

When I can’t find what I need through the 4conservative search engine, I use

Duckduckgo is a search engine that has been built from the ground up with privacy in mind. The quality of results appears to be good and the functionality looks good.

DuckDuckGo | The iPhone FAQ

If you want to go the extra mile, I recommend you take a look at Brave browser. This browser was created by the former CEO of Mozilla Firefox who was forced to resign a couple years ago when it was discovered that he supported anti-gay marriage legislation.

If you ask my opinion, that is the type of man that you can put some trust in.  With that said Brave browser boasts a built-in ad and tracker blocker, which not only enhances privacy but makes web browsing faster.

تحميل متصفح بريف Brave Browser 0.12.15 آخر إصدار

5 TV shows from my childhood that I enjoy to this day.


#1: Two and a half Men

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Only with the one and only Charlie Sheen. This dude truly has tiger blood.

#2: Married with children

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AL BUNDY. Another boss man, his fat jokes never get old.

#3: Kenny VS Spenny


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KVS perfectly displays what my relationship with my younger brother is like. :))

#4: South Park

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This show is the definition of EQUALITY and what THE FREE WORLD looks like. The creators of this TV show troll everyone in the public eye. No one is off limits.

#5: Malcolm in the middle

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I have a soft spot for this one, because it was one of the only TV shows that I related with in my early youth.

A free lesson for ESL teachers to use for IELTS.

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Poetry and Prose Let’s begin. What is poetry? What is prose? What makes them different?

The structure of poetry: Poems are made up of verses. A verse is known as a metrical composition. And a metrical composition/ verse is a group of lines that form a unit in a poem or song. Poems always have a stanza. A stanza is just a set of lines and sentences grounded by rhythmical pattern. You can see an example on the next slide.

The structure of poetry: If you listen to modern day songs on the radio, you’ll notice that most of them are composed of three verses. Usually the format is 1’st verse – chorus – 2’nd verse – chorus – 3’rd verse – chorus I’ve attached an example on the following slide.

The structure of poetry: Poems are linear. They have line breaks that go against the rules of grammar. Poetry looks like the writer wrote on a tiny piece of paper. In fact the writer had plenty of room to write, instead they chose to write in this fashion on purpose. You can see on the left hand side of the slide, we call this linear.

Quick summary: Poems are written in verses. Poems are linear. Grammar is not required to write poetry. Poetry must have rhythm.

All about Prose and what makes them different to poetry: Prose come in paragraphs and follow the laws of grammar. Some examples of prose are your everyday speech, novels, essays, news articles, the law etc. The sentences in this style of composition are written in ordinary language, meaning that they’re often easier to read and understand in contrast to poetry. Prose compositions are packaged in a more digestible way, because the structure is our natural language. There is a lot more spoken and written prose than there are poems. Prose don’t require rhythm.

The purpose of poetry: The general purpose of a poem is to strive for aesthetic beauty. Whether it is to provide a perspective on philosophy, be humorous or share a personal experience. A poem looks to do so in a way that is deemed attractive. There is an example on the next slide.

The purpose of poetry: Poetry is driven by imagery. Read the next poem and quickly draw a picture of what you imagine.

The purpose of prose: Prose compositions are more straight forward, and they can be beautiful. The general purpose of prose is to pass along information as efficiently as possible. Prose may provoke a specific emotion from the reader, but this type of composition doesn’t necessarily require the writer to achieve that. This type of composition typically has a plot, different characters and a story line.

An example of poetry: “Is that foolish youth still sawing the good branch he’s sitting on? Do the orchard and hill wheeze because of it, And the few remaining apples sway? Can he see the village and the valley the way a chicken hawk would?” “Ancient Autumn” by Charles Simic

An example of prose: Is that young boy still squandering and not appreciating the good in his life? Are those around him affected by his foolishness and fear of what might happen to themselves because of it? I wonder how sharp his perception is and if he can see the consequences of his actions.

Which composition style is better and why?

An example of poetry: “Every year without knowing it I have passed the day when the last fires will wave to me and the silence will set out tireless traveler like the beam of a lightless star.” “For the anniversary of my death” by William S. Merwin

An example of prose: Every year without knowing it, there is a day on the calendar in which will become the anniversary of my death. The day I take my last breath and will become nothing but a memory.

Summary of Poetry: Poems are written in verses and they are linear. Poems rhythm and are driven by imagery. Poems aspire to share an emotion.

Summary of Prose: Prose is written in paragraphs and the structure is grammatically correct. Prose is a composition style used to effecitively communicate and is similar to everyday speech.