From selling dime bags to 10th graders, to trafficking pounds of product for the amigo cartel, Keaton Mack breaks down the escalation of hood rat sh!t in East Cobb.
He was also a psychotic wizard and a drug addict (i can relate) serving 18 months in federal prison.
This is: Inside the Minds Eye w/ Keaton Mack Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Keaton Mack Ep. 3
It’s scary to want to live, because if you die, you lose it.
And we’re all gonna die
Sometimes, in this moment, I think prefer being sad and depressed because I wasn’t afraid of dying. I welcomed it. It made me feel like I had an answer that others didn’t have Continue reading Alive
Whether you’ve got a boo, or you’re spending the season alone with you, here’s a special show to serenade us through Continue reading Cuffing Season Radio Hour
Wake up this Wednesday morning with some talk and some tunes Continue reading Kinship Radio Hour
This week we take on the cosmic battle between good and evil and find Truth right in the middle. Continue reading Fargo (Ep. 4 Movie Show)
If I were ever on naked and afraid I’d have to bring sunscreen and my partner would be really pissed Continue reading 🌋🧴If i were ever on Naked and Afraid🧴🌋
This one was friggen awesome to make. We’ve got murders, executions, and a couple of bros chopping it up about the issues. Turns out I relate to Patrick Bateman more than I ever have in my entire life. (for my … Continue reading American Psycho w/ Alex A-Z Ep. 4
“I’m just not connected to it, I don’t see the point. I want to believe that everything happens for a reason, that there is truth and love is real…
But, I feel nothing.” Continue reading “The Maestro” (Morning Fiction 5/15/2018)
“Time continues to flow, the people you meet will come and go, even you. There is no permanency. Eventually, you’ll be gone.”
She kneeled to the floor, tears streaming softly down her face.
“While you’re there, you’ll have them with you. You can’t touch them, or talk to them, or even see them. But up here…” Continue reading “The Makings of a Hero” (Morning Fiction 5/14/2018)