From the album "Waking Up The Neighbours", the video was shot on the coast of England (looking at Wales). Written by BA, Kamen and Lange for the film "Robin Hood; Prince of Thieves". Directed by Julian Temple.
"Do What I Want" is the Brand new video from The Brick City Projects, originally the bonus track of the latest EP "Back Up On It (Touch It)" with Sinista Eskapone on the lead vocals and shayanna and Kash Jay right by his side making sure the vibes hit you from the beat drops. Directed by Eskapone all courtesy of MDMG Studios along side Budgie & Mykal Million (Robe World) its plain to see the video was designed to let the world know that The Brick City Projects Do ehat they want and do it well
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@Nickdrumr2 from Twitter asks; "Given a choice of life or death, which do you choose? At the expense of an innocent child; I'd choose death. How about you and your God given morals?" For the full text go here: findingtruthtoday.typepad.com Context of the Conversation Nickdrumr2 and I were tweeting about morals and I asked him, "Given a choice of life or death, which do you choose?" and I said that, "I choose life." To which Nickdrumer2 replied, "Given a choice of life or death, which do you choose? At the expense of an innocent child; I'd choose death. How about you and your God given morals?" From Where do Morals Come? From a debate between two evolutionists: Lanier is a computer scientist; Dawkins is a professor at Oxford and an ardent atheist. Jaron Lanier: 'There's a large group of people who simply are uncomfortable with accepting evolution because it leads to what they perceive as a moral vacuum, in which their best impulses have no basis in nature.' Richard Dawkins: 'All I can say is, That's just tough. We have to face up to the truth.' 'Evolution: The dissent of Darwin,' Psychology Today, January/February 1997, p. 62. The evolutionist has no basis for moral judgments. If man is just the result of millions of years of evolution, our behavior is based on random chemical reactions. There is no ultimate moral code. All morality is relative. So if a person needs money, why is it wrong to rob someone? According to evolution, the stronger person should succeed. Might ...
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