The Raw Truth (Polemic)

The Raw Truth (Polemic)

by Paul J. Austin
     
 

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The author’s parents and grandparents and several aunts, as far back as he remembers frequently told him to finish school and go to college to learn the skill of a lawyer. That was due to Paul’s excellent memory and inquisitive mind; and to become a lawyer they believed that Paul could help a lot of people! Paul had every intent on fulfilling the dreams of…  See more details below

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The author’s parents and grandparents and several aunts, as far back as he remembers frequently told him to finish school and go to college to learn the skill of a lawyer. That was due to Paul’s excellent memory and inquisitive mind; and to become a lawyer they believed that Paul could help a lot of people! Paul had every intent on fulfilling the dreams of his parents and grandparents but the tables turned and trouble at school started to aggrandize so he dropped out of high school. Paul’s cousin, Farley, introduced him to the dope game when he was about fourteen years old. Mr. Claude W. Austin, Jr., the author’s father purchased all instruments for a band; having five sons perhaps he perceived that they would pick them up and take it to success. The younger brothers, Claude Jr., and Dallas, learned to play some of the instruments. And even though Paul could sing very well, he found selling drugs more interesting. When Paul was about eighteen, he met a former prostitute that was about thirty-three and she often talked about some of the things that the pimp was popular for and had her and the other hookers carrying out. Elaine was working a 9 to 5 job and she invited Paul to move in with her and she pledged to take care of him!! But by then, Paul had realized that he was a Casanova, and therefore he wasn’t gonna allow one woman to corral him!!! Paul’s idea on pimping came from Elaine.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469111469
Publisher:
Xlibris US
Publication date:
08/17/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
251
File size:
2 MB

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