P.Diddy (Ft. Faith Evans)- Ill Be Missing You

Yeah, this right here goes out to everyone that has lost someone or that truly loved…. Check it out…. Seems like yesterday we used to rock the show I laced the track, you locked the flow So far from hangin’ on the block for dough Notorius they got to know that Life ain’t always what it seem to be Words can’t express what you mean to me! Even though you’re gone we still a team Thru your family I’ll fulfill your dreams In the future can’t wait to see if you’ll Open up the gates for me Reminisce sometime the night they took my friend Try to black it out, but it plays again When it’s real feelings hard to conceal Can’t imagine all the pain I feel Give anything to hear half your breath I know you still livin’ your life after death CHORUS: Every step I take Every move I make Every single day Everytime I pray I’ll be missing you Thinking of the day When you went away What a life to take What a bond to break I’ll be missing you (We miss you, Big….) It’s kinda hard wit you not around Know you in Heaven smilin’ down Watching us while we pray for you Everyday we pray for you Till the day we meet again In my heart is where I keep you friend Memories give me the strength I need to proceed Strength I need to believe My thoughts, Big, I just can’t define Wish I could turn back the hands of time Us and the six shop for new clothes and kicks You and me takin’ flics Makin’ hits, stages they receive you on Still can’t believe you’re gone Give anything to hear half your breath I know

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What do you think is the one issue where both parties tremendously agree on? I think majority of both parties agree that illegal immigration needs to be handled differently.The thing is, you never hear anything about it, while illegals cost this country $338 billion per year.When will politicians step up and do something about this?New laws.No more sactuary cities.More deportation.Harsh penalties for businesses that hire.This will save our country so much damn money, but it’s being ignored.

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P.S. Please take Barbra StreisandTIME for DIVORCESubject: Democrats and RepublicansDear American liberals, leftists, social progressives, socialists,Marxists, Obama supporters, et al:We have stuck together since the late 1950’s, but the whole of thislatest election process has made me realize that I want a divorce. Iknow we tolerated each other for many years for the sake of futuregenerations, but sadly, this relationship has run its course. Our twoideological sides of America cannot and will not ever agree on what isright, so let’s just end it on friendly terms. We can smile, slate it upto irreconcilable differences, and go on our own ways.Here is a model dissolution agreement:Our two groups can equitably divide up the country by landmass eachtaking a portion. That will be the difficult part, but I am sure our twosides can come to a friendly agreement.After that it should be relatively easy! Our respective representativescan effortlessly divide other assets since both sides have such distinctand disparate tastes. We don’t like redistributive taxes so you can keepthem.You are welcome to the liberal judges and the ACLU..Since you hate guns and war, we’ll take our firearms, the cops, the NRAand the military. You can keep Oprah, Michael Moore, and Rosie O’Donnell(you are however, responsible for finding a bio-diesel vehicle bigenough to move them).We’ll keep the capitalism, greedy corporations, pharmaceuticalcompanies, Wal-Mart, and Wall Street. You can have your belovedhomeless, homeboys, hippies, and illegal aliens. We’ll keep the hotAlaskan hockey moms, greedy CEO’s, and rednecks. We’ll keep the Biblesand give you NBC and Hollywood .You can make nice with Iran , Palestine , and France and we’ll retainthe right to invade and hammer places that threaten us. You can have thepeaceniks and war protestors. When our allies or way of life are underassault, we’ll provide them job security.We’ll keep our Judeo-Christian Values. You are welcome to Islam,Scientology, Humanism, and Shirley McClain. You can have the U.N. But wewill no longer be paying the bill. We’ll keep the SUV’s, pickup trucks,and oversized luxury cars. You can take every Subaru station wagon youcan find.You can give everyone healthcare, if you can find any practicing doctors(that is practicing, Howard Dean) who will follow to your turf (sic).We’llcontinue to believe healthcare is a luxury and not a right.We’ll keep The Battle Hymn of the Republic and The National Anthem. I’msure you’ll be happy to substitute Imagine, I’d Like to Teach the Worldto Sing, Kum Ba Ya or We Are the World.We’ll practice trickle down economics and you can give trickle uppoverty its best shot.Since it often so offends you we’ll keep our History, our Name, and ourFlag.Would you agree to this? If so please pass it along to other like mindedpatriots and if you do not agree just hit delete and hang on.In the spirit of friendly parting, I’ll bet you ANWAR on who will needwhose help in 15 years.

How do i become a good dancer? I know if i want to be a singer and dancer i will have to learn choreography steps but i want to be come a dancer in order to learn choreography steps. i havent dance in years. what\ should i do in order to become a dancer? should i teach myself how to dance first. I watch alot of Michael Jackson’s videos to watch the way he moves and dances. i mainly look at the choreography. can someone give me advice? should just turn on my stereo on the radio and see what i know?
well if you arr thinking of singing, dancing, acting for a living then i woud suggest checking out your local dance studio. sorry no offense but michael jacksons moves arr kinda outdated. nobody dose stuff like that anymore. and the first class i woud sign up for is ballet. it is the foundation of every style of dance and once you get the hang of it then try taking some other jazz, tap, or lyrical classes. and another thing. turning on the radio to see what you kno kinda woudnt work caus you cant really watch yourself and if your not expierienced in dance you might think that your really good when really you might need some work. no offense or anything if that sounds kinda rude.hope this helps 🙂

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I quit Irish dancing 2 years ago when i was 11 and in Novice, do you think i can start back up again? Im 13 now and, am still pretty fit and remember almost all of the steps, but i don’t know if i would qualify for competition because of my age. And if it would help, i was about to enter Prizewinners before I quit but I’m pretty sure if I started back up I wouldn’t be one.
I know absolutely nothing about Irish dancing, but I do know that human beings are capable of almost anything we set our minds to do. If you are willing to work for it, you can do it. Don’t try to predict the outcome – just go for it.

I’m 41 and compete, so age has nothing to do with it. You would dance in Novice U15, until you get yourself established again. It shouldn’t take you long to qualify for Prizewinner.

I’m an Irish Dancer too, and with my school (Burke) if you are in the beginner class you automaticly move up to beginner, and in Group A you move to adv. Beginner and so on. My friend broke her leg and couldnt dance for a year (because it was sore) and she was in novice, and she started back up in novice too. As long as you still have your eFeis account you can.God Bless, and Good Luck with dance,Emmie

Hi Jessica,There is one thing anyone interested in Irish dancing needs to know: “starting too late” is a myth! Michael Flatley, who essentially made Irish dancing famous, began dancing at age eleven. He was considered “too old” to begin dancing competitively…seems that the consensus was wrong, seeing how he is now considered by many to be the best Irish dancer of all time, does it not? You would enjoy perusing the below link.dance.net/topic/2142622/1/IriYou might be interested in reading this one, too:michaelflatley.com/biography.cfmThis site has success stories from adults who started dancing in their late twenties and made it to Worlds, etcetera.dance.net/topic/3535707/1/Iri.Justin Boros began dancing at age fifteen. He was very determined, and after much hard work, he auditioned for Lord of the Dance in 1999, was accepted, and now dances with of one of the troupes performing here in the U.S.I really think that the bottom line as far as progressing in Irish dancing is concerned is determination…But remember, the minute you stop enjoying the dance, so that you are focusing solely on the competition aspect, it is no longer worth the effort you are putting into the dance. Even if you succeed, you won’t be happy in what you are accomplishing. Don’t make your dream a nightmare. Every time you begin to “morph” over something, whether in regards to not moving ahead as quickly as you would like, or not placing the way you had hoped, just refocus your mind.relish every moment of the dance; create goals, but do not let those goals take over your life. **As a side note**– Judges will notice whether or not you take pleasure in what you are doing; it really makes a difference. Don’t get discouraged; just remember to work hard, dance hard, and have fun! Everyone else in competition is in the same boat as you; they might be at an “advantage” because they started earlier than you, but if you work hard, you can do just as well as anyone else! Keep Michael Flatley and Justin Boros in mind. 🙂 Here are some sites with information that will help to propel you along as you learn Irish dance. theconnorswebsite.com/irishdance/olivehurley.com/irishbutterfly.server298.com/irishdancer.com/dance.net/irishbeginners.htmlirish-dancer.co.uk/The below links contain sites with music and instructional videos, a few of which videos were created by masters like Jean Butler (the lead female dancer with Riverdance). Obviously, the steps in the instructional videos will be different from the steps you are learning in your school.If you think you will get confused, then it would be better not to look into the instructional videos.centralhome.com/ballroomcountry/irish_dance_videos.htmbookguy.com/irish/irish_dance.htmsecuresearch.org/irish_dance/irishrecords.com/murphyroche.com/About/Our_CDs.htmsearch.ebay.com/irish-dance-cds_W.activevideos.com/irish.htm?gc.irishdancer.com/music.htmAlso, I concur with Emland regarding you dancing in Novice U15 for a while.but I also think you’ll be qualified for Prizewinner in no time!You have a leg up on many others…you’ve danced before! God bless! 🙂 Hope I helped.P.S.I stopped dancing for a while, due to ill health, but I jumped right back in after I recuperated.and I’m much older than you are! 🙂 Once you dance Irish, a fire is lit inside of you.so it’s really hard to give it up. 🙂

Of course you can! I quit Irish Dance a year and 6 months ago, but I am going back! Hey, know what, join my group. here is the link:groups.yahoo.com/group/irsh_dnce_stole_my_heartHave fun! Also, the YMCA is offering a program where you make an appointment and they get the dance instructor and you work with them. I am going to do that. I think it’s nation wide. And, you can always compete. There is absolutely NO age restrictions as long as you are over 5 or so. God Lucck!!Good Luck!!Irish Dance for Life