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    the gate of gangster city? Queen Sheba rode on a black horse to get through the gates of gangster city. 33. What’s at the beginning of the yellow brick road? Life. 34. What’s at the end of the yellow brick road? Death 35. How many bricks are there on the yellow brick road and why? None...
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  • U Know
    . Your Mother = Queen Sheeba 2. Your Farther = KinG David 3. How Many Brick Are There On The Yellow Brick Road = 6,666 4. Whats Under Your Pillow = A Blue FlaG And A Glass Of Water 5. Whats In Your Closet = A Dead Slob With A ShotGun , With A Case Of Shells 6. Who Should You Save If My House Was...
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  • The Constitution and Literature of the Gangster Disciple Street Gang(Use for Research)
    , Your Suppose To Repply SayinG ( Since Day One ) 1. Your Mother = Queen Sheeba 2. Your Farther = KinG David 3. How Many Brick Are There On The Yellow Brick Road = 6,666 4. Whats Under Your Pillow = A Blue FlaG And A Glass Of Water 5. Whats In Your Closet = A Dead Slob With A ShotGun...
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  • Genesis - the Evolution & Rise of the Gangsterdisciples
    representatives from the David's Devil's Disciples were Mac Aurther a.k.a. "King Blue Devil" (or "King Mac") David Barksdale a.k.a. "King David" and Didi Akins a.k.a. "Queen Sheba". Shortly after the joining of the three sets, King David had his dream "The Yellow Brick Road", which will be discussed in...
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  • 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment
    Black Gangster Disciples Black Guerilla Family Black P stones Bonnie Doone Folk Bounty hunter assassins Bounty hunter Bloods Bounty hunter Villains Brown Pride Brown Pride aztecs Bunce road Bloods Cambridge arms Bloods Conservative Vice lords D-Block Bloods DC Bounty hunters Dead man incorporated...
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  • Movies of the 1930's
    was a girl living on a farm with her aunt, uncle and dog named Todo. Then when a tornado hit she fell unconscious in her house and dreamt herself in the Land of Oz there she met the good witch of the north that told her just to follow the yellow brick road to Emerald city. On her way she meet a...
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  • A Study of the Wizard of Oz Phenomena
    great grandfather lived; the winding cobblestone streets of the town inspiring the yellow brick road. He married Maud Gage in 1882, who was the daughter of a famous women's suffrage activist, Matilda Joslyn Gage which was claimed by a pamphlet of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation to have influenced...
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  • My Child Faken
    squeaked out,”They robbed someone.” Those words hit me like a ton of bricks. My stomach became nauseous; my ears began to ring as if someone had hit a gong in my head. My knees buckled and I fell to the floor. My whole body became numb; I couldn’t feel myself breathing, as if someone was choking the life...
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  • Cripps Yea
    Books of Knowledge" which consist of mixing Crip history and Gangster Disciple history, symbols, and literature (lit) together to form fictional "Crip Books of Knowledge". These fictional "Crip Books of Knowledge" spread rapidly throughout the internet in the 90's and eventually into the streets. There...
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  • Christianity vs Buddism
    to Paris. When I was there, I saw a number of houses covered with yellow bricks. After a moment of deliberation, mentally revisiting the cityscape in my mind, I feel certain of its likelihood in regard to this seeming wall in front of me. So I continue, “In fact, I’ll bet it is made of yellow bricks...
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  • Frank Lucas
    , he has spent most of his time trying to repair the damage he caused, by working with his daughter on a non-profit organization called “yellow brick roads”, which provides a safe haven for children of incarcerated parents. (biography) Works Cited (n.d.). Retrieved from biography: http...
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  • Gangs in Prisons and Jails: Temporary Phenomenon or Management Nightmare
    Detention Center and Ordnance Road Correctional Center, has approximately seventy-three validated gang members in custody and approximately two hundred gang members in its data base. The detention centers have national gangs such as the Bloods, Crips, Aryan Brotherhood, and Gangster Disciples. The...
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  • Comedy Tragedy Real Life
    that kids enjoyed but it was most assuredly a cartoon made for adult understanding. I think this film was intended to be a universal entertainment like “E.T.” or The “Wizard of Oz.” Indeed, Toontown is a pretty Wonderland, a rowdy, jellybean and yellow brick road colored piece of property, where the...
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  • Denzel Washington's Great Performance Anchors This Sprawling Biopic Which Is as Relevant as Ever.
    , and becoming small-time gangsters. They get arrested after a robbery, but it is their canoodling with white women that gets them the hardest prison time. During his prison stint, Malcolm goes from cocky to broken. One day he decides to listen to the preaching of one of the other prisoners, a man...
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  • Follow the Yellow Brick Road
    Fist full of preachers Title - follow gods yellow brick road Topic - follow gods path that he has laid out for you When Dorothy got stuck in a tornado and transported to oz in her dream, the munchkins told her numerous time in song and dance to follow the yellow brick road. We as...
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  • The Catcher in the Rye - Coming of Age
    redemption. The first stage of Holden’s process of maturation is sin. This is primarily seen when Holden insults the Bible. Holden gets in bed and feels like praying. Yet, he cannot pray because he is “sort of an atheist”. Holden admires Jesus, but the Disciples annoy him. Holden admires Jesus...
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  • Project
    & Party - Hindustani Music These Programs will be staged at Karthik Raja Gopal Hall, 3, Sringeri Mutt Road, Mandaveli. On 17th Aug at 6 pm - Varsha Akhouri of Kalakshetra - Bharathanatyam at 7.30 pm - Kum. Sathvikaa, Disciple of Anitha Guha On 18th Aug at 6 pm - Nivedha S.Raman - Bharathanatyam...
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  • Oz as Utopia
    and devoid of hope. In Kansas, it's as if the citizens are stuck with no real plans or goals for the future. In Oz, traveling down the elaborate, intertwined yellow brick road offers Dorothy a great chance for adventure and hope and magic. This also goes for Elphaba from the Broadway show, Wicked...
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  • Road to Perdition
    of colour in Road to Perdition enhances the atmosphere of each scene and sets the mood. With the use of predominately darker colors, already the film is setting up the audience for a bleak journey. The dark overcoats adds to the gangsters shapelessness and dehumanizes their figure. This contrasting...
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  • Yellow Brick Road
    Yellow Brick Road by Witi Ihimaera Follow the yellow brick road, Follow, follow, follow follow, Follow the yellow brick road ... We're almost there! Almost at Wellington, the Emerald City! Me and Dad and Mum and Roha, we been travelling for two days now in our car which Dad...
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