I am on a brand new path. I’ve never felt so good in my life. Take care of your body, and it will take care of you.
Yea, SO about that raw footage. You’d think that after I saw that red mist through my view finder several times that I’d jump into my car and break out of that place. But no, instead, I went on the other side where there was a dam, and took lots of photos.
I swear, I don’t know if it’s because I’m former Marine, where I think I’m untouchable. This was not my first time doing some shit like this, and I’m either going to need to stop, take advantage of the 11th amendment, or photograph ONLY in populated areas. People are crazy out here, you know?
The photos will be posted at a later time though.
I’m always going outdoors somewhere taking photos. I wasn’t quite prepared for this particular adventure.
I had googled the terms “slave cabins in New Jersey.” Google then decided to show me a place called “The Solitude House” in a town called High Bridge. The Google results failed to show the ACTUAL status of the property. I thought I was on my way to a museum or something. I get to the town and immediately smelled “Republicans.” I sent two of my friends my current location, and told them that I was in a “KKK Town.”
Anyway, as you can see, the place was damn near desolate, not to mention winter can suck the life out of any environment.
Stay tuned for part 2, where I will post raw footage.
Remind me to always check with Yelp before I do Google.
Nigga (/ˈnɪɡə/) is a colloquial term used in African American Vernacular English that began as an eye dialect form of the word nigger, an ethnic slur against black people. In some dialects of English, the word is pronounced the same as nigger, including where common speech is non-rhotic.
Whether you choose to acknowledge it or not, create your own reality to justify the use of the term, or simply don’t care, the fact remains that the term “Nigga” was birthed by “Nigger.” The word is charged with darkness and hate, and the use of it will continue to have its subconscious psychological effects, even if you are in denial of it. Let’s also keep in mind that this word, if used in the UK or South Africa, is an actual charge.
The following video was created by CDFury over at YouTube. Whether you’re into conspiracy theories or not, I am pretty sure that this video will get your attention.
It seems as though when artists who have fought for their rights and music catalog win, they seem to somehow encounter an untimely death: