eXtraordinary Applications of Valued Information Enforced RegularlyHello, I'm Xavier. I'm a 25 year old male from Cleveland, Ohio. You might be wondering what the acronym above means. Basically, if you Apply the Extraordinary Valuable Information that I'm teaching, or just look at everything with an open mind and Enforce it Regularly, you will be able to have a care-free life in addition to getting the things you need to get done completed. It's actually a pretty good concept if you think about it; Get the things out of the way that you NEED to do, so that you have all the time in the world to do the things you WANT to do. As a young person, I'm lucky to realize how the real world works at such an early age. Although a lot of people may have a better edge on life than I have, I carefully planned out the easiest way to go through life and be happy. With that said, let me tell you my train of thinking: In order to do the things I want to do, I must first do the things that need to get done. I also get enjoyment out of everything life has to offer (What's the point of doing something if you don't want to do it, or if you aren't getting anything out of it?). So with that said, even if I don't want to do something, I do it anyway because I want to get to doing the things I want to do! It deals with everything... listening to your parents' advice, going to work, doing homework/schoolwork/studying, etc. Go with the flow. Don't Assume, because you'll make an ass out of "U" and me. If you think you can, you will. If you try, you will succeed. The reasons these phrases have stuck over the years is because they all hold true and people have true life experiences to back it up.
Circa 2006, some friends and I made some discoveries about the N-Word. You know what I'm talking about, whether I say nigga or nigger; it all sounds bad. But before you start thinking about the bad that word has done, think about the best way it can be used to keep from offending someone, or even showing endearment to another person.
It works pretty well for me. Another thing I'd like to attribute my success to is the dreaded "N-word." Yeah, it's deemed "offensive" by some, meaningless by others. But when used the right way, it can be very powerful, and helpful! Let me start off by just getting it clear. I'm black, and I use the word nigger. I use it for a sense of humor, and for self-improvement. I'm not offended by it, but it depends on who says it. Anyone from the outside looks at it as a racist term, just because black people are usually the only ones who use it, and white people who don't know about the word usually get their ass kicked, right? Let me tell you why, if you didn't know: The word "Nigger" has infinite meanings. I'll lay out the most common ones here:
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