This video was recorded on 6/7/2014 at the A&M Theatre in Panama City, Florida, during “End Police Brutality”, an event that was presented & hosted by Speak On It & The Poetry Movement Collective.
This event was in affiliation with 100 Thousand Poets for Change. To learn more about 100TPC, visit http://100tpc.org/.
At any part of your career in business, imagery will be very important to your success & your ability to maintain it; especially at the beginning stages. If you wish to build a lasting relationship & reputation with your supporters, then people will have to really know who you are & what…
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My 1st car was $600. I was 17 years old. My mother paid half. I paid the insurance. 1998 Pontiac Grand AM. Couldn’t afford to fix it up…head gasket eventually went bad. I sold it.
My 2nd car was a gift. I was 18. Cost me about $300 to have it shipped to my house. ‘89 Honda Civic, manual shift. I paid the insurance. I put about $200 of maintenance into it. That car drove until I got into a wreck & the front wheel axle got damaged, engine still ran & probably stills run ‘til this day. Got fired from my job at the time & couldn’t afford to fix it, so I junked it.
I bought my 3rd car at $2800. I was 20. 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix. I paid the insurance. Got fired from my job at the time & couldn’t afford maintenance work…it eventually went bad, so I junked it.
My 4th car was a gift. I was 21. ‘94 Ford Contour. Put about $250 of maintenance into it…car needed more maintenance than I could afford & eventually stopped running. I junked it.
Yea, many people had “better” cars than I did, but the difference between me & most people on the road, was that I OWNED mine.