In 2005 I get a call from a friend who works in the entertainment industry. He says hey Padilla this rapper @50cent is filming a music video in #miami and wants you to stop by with some cigars. I didn’t know who this guy was. So I showed up to some mansion full of security. I said I’m here to see a guy named 50. They looked at me funny. And then they asked who I was and I guess I was on a list. Anyway, I roll in and out comes this guy 50 with like 8 big huge all bald white guy security dudes. We talk, he likes cigars and actually knew his stuff. Now I’m surrounded by his security detail, some big mofos I can’t say enough. 50 thanked me for coming out and bringing some Padilla cigars. Some ladies who were dancers or something in the video asked how I got a photo with 50 on the set. I said I don’t know I had cigars? They said they won’t let anyone near him on the set. So, there you have it another useless story when I was little thinner. Anyway later on this guy 50 went on to do some films and on and on. Cool guy, interesting story and hard worker. #gethestrap@50cent you out there ? #50cent#cigsrs@cigar
#Repost@buckett “...We see them as something like the Founding Fathers, grave and gray haired. But most of them were boys when they died, and they gave up two lives -- the one they were living and the one they would have lived. When they died, they gave up their chance to be husbands and fathers and grandfathers. They gave up their chance to be revered old men. They gave up everything for our country, for us.
We owe them a debt we can never repay. All we can do is remember them and what they did and why they had to be brave for us.”
- President Ronald Reagan