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HOT POCKETS & EVENTS FOOD & RECIPES BRAIN FART TONEPAAYOLOGY
COLLEGE ROYALE FOR FASHION CONCERT WHY DO BIG GIRLS WEAR SMALL CLOTHES?
Didnâ€™t Chicago pass a law - no talking on
cell phones while walking down the street?
My bad! They passed a law for you not to talk while driving.
Opportunity is not given
Media Center for the Disabled
Hot Pockets & Events How to keep a healthy relationships?
Foods & Recipes
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School is about to end. Summer is coming up. Get read for the parties to kick off, but prepare yourself for next semester so that you’ll have money to pay for it. GET A JOB!
12 The Knowledge of TonePaay 13 Many Thanks 15 Promotionals
Internship for college students Charitable contributions Music and temptations Relationship tips The menu Crazy questions PHOTOGRAPHY BY CASMIER TYLER ARLES JONES TONEPAAY
Foods Page 8 & Recipes Preparing a delicious, sticky beef ribs. The secret to grilling is to make sure that the food doesn’t get any direct heat at all. You will need to flip the ribs occasionally to evenly cook them.
Opportunity is not given... In todays complexed society and how this recession
is going...there’s not many jobs being given away to college students. Most students can’t even find jobs in their majors. Most of them can’t gain the necessary experience needed for the workplace. How can they get the experience and opportunities when not given a chance to work and use their educational background? Here is one sure way of getting a job. Volunteer!
We focus our paths in many directions. We see
events right before our eyes. But what we don’t see is this imaginative picture perfect style that most people like. When we see comfort - we see stability, if not the way we love. When seeing cars chasing one another. What we don’t see is creativity - while two cars pick up smoke and the wind throwing objects back and when the cars are driving furiously down the road - we don’t see the shock from the faces of man seeing this sort of thing happening before them.
Sag’s Cafe is looking to feel these position for upcomSo, next time when go out, take a picture, enjoy ing project. If you’re interested, please connect with us. the sites / view and see what I see through the lens Fashion Designers * Photographers *Videographers of the camera.. Promoters * Marketers * Sound Engineers Production Assistance * Make-up Artists * Street Team R&B * HipHop * Pop * Country * Rock-N- Rol Artist’s
By Tyler & TonePaay
Do you think the handicap need a media center? There are people in the world needs your assistance as citizens of the United States as well as International areas. Yes, people who are handicap need a media. They need to grow as much as we need do. We you see people in a wheel chair or a scooter. What do you suppose to do?
Thousands of our men and women fought in the battle of freedom for our country. Many survived, while others died on the line of duty. For many years, soldiers have put their lives in harmâ€™s way to defend this country with heart and soul. Many families cried out with tears falling for those honored soldier who has passed on. To honor those soldiers is by setting the flag half mass. But now, letâ€™s think of the soldiers who made it, but disabled. We should honor them, by allowing them to have a media center, so that they can learn and be trained in areas that they missed and in other capacities as well. Yes,
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MODEL SEARCHES COMING SOON!!!
COLLEGE STUDENTS WE’RE LOOKING FOR YOU ... THIS AN BI-ANNUAL EVENT! CONGRAT’S TO MR.SCHES & IMMORTAL LOWLIFE
INTERNS / ENTREPRENUERS
GET HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE BY BEING APART OF AN EXECUTIVE STAND-IN OVER AT SAG’S CAFE.
EVERY TUESDAYS @ EXEDUS II 3477 N. CLARK THE WINDY CITY: WHO GOT NEXT?
PARTY TAGS ARE COMING SOON!!!
HOW TO KEEP A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP?
The top 10 ways in having a healthy relationship. 1) Believe in yourself that
everything is going to work out.
2) Prepare for the worse that could happen, but understand that you brought it on yourself. 3) Enjoy yourself. Be happy within. Take a breath. 4) Take walks. Run 5) Read a novel or any book 6) Take 30 minutes out your day exer- cise. Work with your partner. 7) Communicate with your partner. Communicate with your friends. 8) Stop stressing over the little stuff and start progressing for the future. 9) Stop lying to yourself. Take a moment and realize the importance of you being you and only you 10) They said I canâ€™t do it, but I made it happen.
FOOD & RECIPES
Spicy Fried Chicken Bites with Derby Dip Ingredients (28 minutes to cook) 4 strips bacon 1 1/2 pounds boneless skinless chicken 2 cups buttermilk 2 tablespoons hot sauce 2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper 2 teaspoons paprika 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon salt 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 2 cups canola oil Derby Dip: 3/4 cup sour cream 1 tablespoon mayonnaise 1/4 cup blue cheese, room temperature, cut into small pieces Directions Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Put the bacon onto a baking sheet and bake until crisp about 12 minutes. Transfer the bacon to a plate lined with paper towels. Reserve 2 tablespoons of the bacon fat. Once the bacon is cool enough to handle, chop into small pieces. Cut the chicken into bite-size pieces. In a large bowl combine the buttermilk, hot sauce, and chicken. Cover and let marinate in refrigerator for at least 2 hours or up to overnight. In a glass baking dish, whisk together the flour, cayenne pepper, paprika, garlic powder, and salt and pepper. Remove the chicken from the buttermilk and add to the seasoned flour. Make sure all the chicken pieces are thoroughly coated. Remove the chicken from the flour mixture and put back into the buttermilk. Remove chicken from buttermilk and put back into the seasoned flour mixture for a second coating. Transfer the double coated chicken to a baking sheet and reserve. Heat the canola oil in a large cast iron skillet to 350 degrees F. Add the reserved 2 tablespoons bacon fat. Working in batches, fry the chicken until golden brown, about 3 to 4 minutes per side. Transfer the cooked chicken to a sheet pan lined with paper towels. In a medium bowl stir together the sour cream, mayonnaise and blue cheese. Stir in the crumbled bacon.
BRAIN FART THE MOST CRAZIEST QUESTIONS ASKED FROM THE TOP OF THE DOME. ANSWER THESE 1)
WHY DO WOMEN WEAR CLOTHES THAT DON’T FIT?
WHY DO PEOPLE LIE WITHIN THEIR
RELATIONSHIPS? 3) 4) 5)
WHY DO SKINNY GUYS LIKE BIG WOMEN AND SKINNY WOMEN LIKE SKINNY MEN? WOULD YOU HAVE A RELATIONSHIP WITH A STUPID PERSON, INSTEAD OF A SMART ONE? IF ANYONE FART IN YOUR FACE, WOULD YOU LIKE IT?
6) SHOULD A FAT MAN WEAR SKINNY JEANS? 7)
IF YOU HAD A GOOD JOB MAKING 6 FIGURES, WHY QUIT TO WORK AT STARBUCKS?
Would you marry a space dummy?
THIS IS AN UPCOMING SOCIAL GATHERING SPOT THAT PEOPLE CAN NETWORK ENJOY EACH OTHERS COMPANY. SO PEOPLE ENJOY YOUR DAY & EVENING WHILE WE TAKE YOU TO ANOTHER PLACE IN TIME.
THE KNOWLEDGE OF TONEPAAY… Artists are inspired daily, from the rapid evolution of HipHop, to the dust under the pile of vinyl’s old folks like to call, “Dusties”. No matter what form the inspiration is derived, new and improved artist are breaking into the music doors with the hinges falling off! Take Hip-Hop phenomenon, TonePaay for example, an Oakland California native conquering all ends of the music stick in just three years. Considering himself a recording artist, engineer, and MC; TonePaay is destined driven in the industry’s limelight! Growing up on the West Coast allowed Tonepaay to capture and hold on to what now may be a career for him, music. The oldest of three was born in Berkley, California on 10/31/1977. His family later migrated to Oakland where the young musician would begin MC’ing at his high school, James Logan, a local H/S in Union City, California. His time was spent studying but when lunch time came, the aspiring MC broke out the talent inspiring other talent in the school to “step up to the plate” and eat what was good! The early free styling symbolized “coolness” and differentiated the “incrowd” at Logan; Tonepaay was elated to have been the stepping ladder at those times. In the summer of 2005, his ladders begin to slowly but surely spiral into a musical rollercoaster ride. cont. Tonepaay linked up with known California musicians, “The Caliban”, Shock G of “Digital Underground” and Numskull and Yukmouth of the Luniz who would be better known for their platinum selling records of the ‘90’s, including smash hit, “I got five on it”, a parody of marijuana and its prices! While collaborating and learning from the many West coast legends, Tonepaay adapted a passion for music that he hadn’t had before. Tonepaay was tapping into who is now known to many as NEWTHOUSAND, which means “The definition never gets old”. Although many of the group members were family and close friends, “Numskull” is responsible for introducing the infant star to many big names in the industry and the game itself; “music is my life”, says Tonepaay; “I want to teach the future what’s up”. With the heart of a heap lion and ambitious attitude, it wasn’t difficult for Tonepaay to find his way in the music industry in the summer of 2007 when forced to relocate to Chicago IL. Tonepaay was initially brought to Dolton, IL to assist his mother when her health began to fail. While in the cultural and diverse setting, he bumped heads with well-known engineer Wesley Rodgers, also known as “K.G. Kapone”, founder of Railroad Tracks Entertainment. The two developed a business relationship and later Tonepaay began processing Newthousand Entertainment Company into what will soon be known as one of the biggest music enterprises today! cont.
Although the young star is still an independent contractor, his goals and main objectives thus far is to continue his education at Harold Washington College and transferring to a four year college. His time is spent exultantly learning more about the engineering aspect of his craft and performing frequently to build a stronger fan base. Tonepaay just recently released his mix tape album “Newthousand: Operation Stack or Starve vol.1” which you can download now at
He is also currently working on his debut solo release entitled “Tonepaayology, which features various artists from the west coast to the mid-west. TonePaay stresses the fact that he isn’t into the fame and fortune this industry has to offer. His satisfaction comes from writing and producing quality music for the people! Tonepaay views the entertainment industry as a façade to many, and hopefully his noble and humble approach continues to take him outlying. Years from now the artist/MC/engineer can see himself ghostwriting, and being behind the scenes; although Tonepaay says, ”I don’t want to be the next big star”, the industry may have other plans!
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