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Faluch Bigsby

Hello world, how are you doing today? This is Faluch Bisby of the Royal Nation, 1 Peter 2:9. I got some reply with some responses from people. 

First, I wanted to address the holiday that just passed, Martin Luther King Day. And, uh, a lot of people want to focus on that day as “he got assassinated”, which is true. But I think if we celebrate his life, more than his death, that is a better way to proceed and take the holiday. I think that perception is in the eyes of the beholder, and the world likes to manipulate us to see things a certain way to distract us from the things that actually matter. And when it came to Martin Luther King, the things that actually mattered was the fact that he was a honest person that tried to bring peace and equality to our nation, then we should celebrate the fact that all races, colors, and creeds –  White, Black, Asian, Mexican, Latinos, whatever – everybody was a part of that movement. So, therefore, there was more good and more people that were a part of that than against it. And people always like to refer to his holiday as him being assassinated; I don’t think that that’s why he got his holiday at all. He got his holiday, exclusively, because of who he was and how he lived his life. He was an example, and a shining light, and a beacon for America. 

Now, I’d like to go ahead and answer your questions. First, no, I do not have any kids. Second, no, I do not have a girlfriend and I am single, so–hey ladies; hey, y’all. Third, I will probably get out at the end of this year or the first of next year because House Bill 288 is something that got caught in our state, which means I can get more good time and I can get the last 18 months knocked off my sentence. So, that answers your questions as far as that goes. 

Other than that, I just want to leave you guys with a few little, quick sayings. “If you do what you done, you’re gonna get what you got.” So, look at where you’re at in your life and if you don’t like your circumstances, you can always change them, and focus, and move forward.” With that, this has been a royal nation. God bless you.

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