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In reality life is in-cased with its own formality; occasions of factual truths that we see with our own eyes. This world that we breed, we use assets that make us feel wealthy.


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Daton L. Fluker
AKA DK BOY

Date of Birth: February 26 1979.

Daton L Fluker was born in Louisiana's capital city, Baton Rouge at Earl K. Long Memorial Hospital. A titan was born from the indignities of a father he never met and a hard working mother that never gave up hope. His step father also never gave up hope on him and taught him many useful skills while he was growing up.

Louisiana is popular for its folklore, music and down to earth cooking. He was in a land of talent but there were not that many promoters in this land of talent.

He is the oldest of 6 siblings, 3 sisters and 2 brothers. They grew up in a 2 bedroom house with 1 kitchen and 1 bathroom. They transformed the living room into a bedroom. The doors were thin and when people have big mouths like theirs you can pretty much hear all the gossip about each others’ lives. There was no sort of privacy growing up in a household with so many sisters and brothers. It was very hard to do homework because no one kept their mouths shut and most of the time we were fighting like cats and dogs. Every sister and brother fights.

He hated going to school because every year he had a fight with a gang of neighborhood boys. There was always a street brawl outside at the bus stop. He became accustomed to fighting and had a lot of anger built up inside of him.

He made himself stop fighting by remembering and repeating these simple words, "I must work hard and carry myself well. Life doesn't mean anything if I am locked up or don't have any money." Sometimes you got to stop and grab yourself or you might drift away. That is when he got it together and stopped thinking about violence and hate so much. It was just crazy how many brawls he had for no apparent reason.

Kids from many different areas of Louisiana hated their way of life and most of them dropped out of school because of the pressures they were having at home. The world was cold during Junior high school years. The future looked slim for most of the neighborhood kids and 60 percent of Louisiana’s future burned in the fires of Heidi.

In 1993 at the age of 14 his eyes opened up about the world around him. From 1993 to 2006, Louisiana's rate of detained and committed youth in custody was 149 per 100,000 youth ages 10-15, compared to the national rate of 125 per 100,000 youth. Two-thirds of youth in custody in Louisiana are non-violent offenders. These are children whose needs could be more effectively met through a continuum of community-based services, including mental health and special education services.

Prostitution had taken a horrible toll on the abandoned state. Young girls fell into the arms of the devil and the streets became more and more filled with gang bangers and hustlers that only wanted a way out. Jobs were scarce and education for the youth was bad. Suicide rates were rising in Louisiana past the 30,000s and they grow higher each year.

For the most part he had a lot of good times with his family. They were tight and still are. They loved each other. No matter if it was ghetto love or not, the family will remember each other as the loud country Folk that lived on 1690 Stanacola Dr. in Scotlandville Baton Rouge Louisiana.

He is a trust worthy person who believes in having healthy strong relationships with friends and family. He currently works as an English Instructor in Japan and has been working in this field for about 6 years.

Daton Fluker says, "I think it’s a pretty cool job and I am happy doing it but I would be happy if you threw me off a cliff everyday for a job."

His pass time activities are kick boxing, writing, rapping and karaoke. You can catch some of his latest songs at www.deathkeeperworld.com. Also, if you want some recent news about him you can go to the blog section on the site.

He does music because he wants to be in the entertainment field. He would like to be an actor some day. Maybe even do a feature film with Warner Bro, or Dream Works or some big company that would enjoy new talent. Music is also entertainment and when you do something it should be from the soul. What he creates is magnificent. Even if it is writing something or rapping a song, it is something he created soulfully and he hopes that others will like it. But he knows that like every other entertainer there will always be someone that doesn't like him.

He landed his first real job at the well known grocery store, "Winn Dixie". He worked as a stock clerk during high school. With working and going to school he pushed himself to the limits. He was working as a landscaper with his step dad but wasn't making any type of money doing that. At the age of twenty he joined the military. He served his country Dec 1999 to August 2004 in the United States Marine Corps. Those were the hardest days of his life. He always stayed drunk and he caught some type of disease called Ankylosing spondylitis, a worst case scenario of arthritis. Now he is subject to waking up in cold sweats from time to time and his joints blister in pain.

He pushed himself to a unique boundary. The only thing he was accustomed to was violence. He never played sports in school. Basically, he gave up on life. He had good friends in the Marine Corps but he could never save money and was turning into a stone-cold alcoholic. That was bad, because every male figure in his family were alcoholics. One day he just decided life was hard but he shouldn't waste it in the bottle. He looked in the mirror and saw this 23 year old worthless fat peace of slob that only was looking forward to a party on the weekend. That moment in time he had to get a hold of his life. He completely stopped drinking and never picked up the bottle again. Well, on special occasions he throws 1 or 2 down. Smoking was a little harder to stop but that is another story.

After the Marine Corps, life turned into a big mess. He went back home August 2004. His parents were doing badly. He gave them a lot of money and worked there for a year. If he could have found a better job he would have stayed in Louisiana for the rest of his life. Jobs were scarce and he hated looking for them. He decided to go back to Japan where he had been before. Now he lives in Yokohama Japan. He is currently working on a mix tape with White Wolf Japan. www.whitewolf.jp. So you might hear about him in 2009. He is staying in shape and struggling, fighting with his disease. He is not camera shy so if he gets a chance then he will take it.

This is his first short story called "Finished Cries". He is working on his second novel called "Substance." He and a business associate Yvonne J Miller have written a screen play together called "Speaks of Shadows." If you want to read this work you can get a free copy of the screenplay from www.deathkeeperworld.com.

He is currently staying in shape and planning never to drink heavy again. Also he plans on going back to college pretty soon. Some people probably would read this and say "Man you are doing to much stuff". The world is changing and most people in it are evolving. He is going with the flow of things. He is creating other works so please have patience. He loves writing and acting and plans to do that for the rest of his life. He must keep pushing on to higher heights. A saying he always lives by "If I don't do it someone else will."

Thanks for reading. Have a great day.

 

 

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Daton L Fluker AKA DK Boy

 

www.myspace.com/death_keeper
www.deathkeeperworld.com
www.whitewolf.jp

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Birth Place
Yokohama, Kanagawa-ken,  Japan
Accomplishments

Published Book Finished Cries 2009 http://deathkeeperworld.com

Additional Information

Most everything I write is dark.

Contact Information

room 201 1-20-10 chuo Nishi-ku
Yokohama-city, Kanagawa-ken  2200051   Japan
Contact Author: Daton L Fluker




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