Sweet N’ Juicy says,
“We make people pleasing music. Songwriter Funk. Let’s party!”
That they do. For the layman, we’ll try to describe them as Lovage
meets The Monkees, (except they actually can play).
Their new music video, “Eat Sleep Fuck” is now on the Portland Feed.
Humorous social commentary ushering in their new album,
“The Adventures of Sweet N Juicy”.
This video stars Brianna LeBlanc and Sweet N’ Juicy.
Directed and edited by Montetre (director/editor), shot
by Philip Schlotfeldt.
Bray Hodges was the mix engineer.
Filmed at the Oregon City waterfall just south of Portland, Waldemar Perez provides an excellent presentation using mainstream media articles to demonstrate why gun control does not work to protect public safety but instead increases violent crime as countries like Brazil and Panama are now easing gun restrictions in an effort to reduce their excessive violent crime that was exacerbated by strict rules over gun possession. You have to admire Waldemar Perez for his choice to avoid the main purpose of the 2nd Amendment and address the ancillary, heavily over-emphasized and grossly inaccurate claims about guns and public safety.
Step by step, Perez essentially obliterates the rationale behind recent Oregon State petitions for a legislative ban on so-called ‘assault weapons’. In addition, he makes it very easy for citizens to do their own research (U-Verify) and come to their own conclusions about this issue. Perez will be a regular on The Portland Feed.
Here are the links he refers to in his presentation.
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