Had fun spending the day with a couple cities @oh_deezy & @fowu #SanFrancisco #baybridge (at San Francisco Ferry Building)
One of the most fulfilling part of work (engineer & art-related) is translating ideas into realities. “Productivity lies in the MINDS of those closest to the work.” #EngineersDeliver #LetMeCaterToYou Last ever synopsis for my project class Hallelujah, Halle Berry.
'Xactly. “The only way this whole entire species can come into existence is through the portal of a woman’s body. …How can we be the same species that tells women what they can and cannot do with their bodies?”
…73 cents to a man’s dollar. WTF is that?
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And heyyy, this goes for everybody too. Who’s to say what you should and shouldn’t be?…my direction is also for career-wise and taste-wise…so I’ve been studying Engineering for years and am pursuing Art at the same time, and I vouch for both in their importance and how they are necessities. It’s painful to hear ignorant comments and when people don’t take the time to educate themselves on such things. I mean, you’re able to read this blog post right now through a computer/phone built by engineers and designers, that’s a hell of a combination right there. The clothes you’re wearing right now were engineered to hold together for “x” amount of time, and the design of and on it created by artists. The water you use daily, road you drive on, house/city you live in….the cartoons you watched as a kid, the photographs/videos you’re able to capture…
Often times the naysayers are the quitters, ones filled with negativity and doubt, and jealous ones. Don’t catch those viruses.
We as humans are constantly evolving, so should our surroundings and mindset…for the greater and better.
Anyways, what I’m trying to get to is that everything in this beautiful planet has its importance. But understand that everything ain’t for everybody, if it was there wouldn’t be enough to go around, ya dig. Okay. The end. Cheers.
Welcome to the 21st century, y’all.