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LECTRICS clothing featuring JayOne(France) Poet (Germany) Serch (Holland)

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now i can let everyone know that im all hip hop and shit and the girls will be like "oh your so graffiti lets have sexy."

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AHAHAHAHAHAHAH you serious? people are paying money for this?

 

btw the graffs need more arrows

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AHAHAHAHAHAHAH you serious? people are paying money for this?

 

btw the graffs need more arrows

 

yeah, that's what's really important here, i think. it's good we're so focused on arrows.

 

you gotta dress to show the world you ain't part of it. and you ain't gonna take part in it except to show it that you see what you see, not what you're shown.

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This is the source of our deepest 117-101 dread--of being abandoned and facing life alone, of emptiness and separation. This infantile fear bears little relationship to reality (the mother is never very far away); it stems from weakness and ignorance. As adults, we may think we have left such a fear behind, but it remains buried deep within and determines our actions in ways we cannot imagine. From our birth to our death, we continually crave comfort, warmth and security in whatever form we can find it. Forward is life and power but a part of us always wants 1Y0-A09 to regress to the womb.

 

In childhood, a critical phase is reached. We are no longer so weak and helpless. We have a restless, adventurous spirit and we want to explore the world around us. If we are bold and given room by our parents to attempt things, we can develop a taste for risk and freedom that will mark us well into adulthood. But if we are held back, if we experience traumas in the form of unwanted change and confrontations, adversity, criticism from others, failure on any level, feeling too alone, then the opposite movement will occur. 1Y0-A14 We will develop irrational fears about the world, and we will always move back to the warmth of the family to protect us. The need for comfort becomes more powerful than the desire to explore. And if our parents are nervous and full of fears themselves, this centripetal pull will be even stronger.

 

Our childish anxieties always have a grain of truth to them: there is danger in the world and pain that can come from venturing too far. But the anxiety we feel makes us exaggerate the danger, focus unnecessarily on the threat and causes us to stop moving out into the world. This at least gives us the illusion of control. If we stay within the circle of what is warm and familiar we can protect ourselves from hardship and suffering--or so it seems.

 

In adolescence we add a new layer of fear. We look beyond our family to our peers. Our greatest anxiety is to be ridiculed and excluded from a group, which now represents to us a new circle of warmth. We seek their approval. Our personality becomes formed around this desire. We smooth away our rough edges, what makes us 350-001 an individual, and become obsessed with what people think of us and how we can please them.

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