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  • Re: The NEW ADHD thread

    AP21 wrote: »
    aight...so my thoughts on the blackboard

    personally, i dig it

    it encourages people to actually sign up and engage in conversation instead of lurking and getting all the benefits of the site

    the "store" also tries to have incentives for you to post to earn "money"...so if you want your sigs on...gotta "pay" for it...Want access to their "donkey" version of the site...gotta pay for it, etc...

    they also seem to have an extremely low tolerance for known trolls too.

    Their reaction system seems to be more streamlined as well

    while im not a fan of the coli faces for emojis, they arent as obtrusive like they are on the coli, at least in my limited experience

    they also need a legit "lights down" feature. They have a couple of dark themes, but they woat af, and i let the owner know about it and he responded immediately which brings me to another point.

    The site owner Jack seems very involved and open to suggestions. I dont think i made 10 posts before he took one of my suggestions and implemented it or put it on his to do list. Could be lip service, or he could be bout that action. Only time will tell, but its obvious whoever is actually in charge here either doesnt care or doesnt have to time to properly address things from the members. I appreciate Jay for what he is able to do, but iirc, he doesnt "own" the Ill Community, so that is certainly not a dig at him.

    This nigga teared up writing this......sit yo goofy ass down somewhere.

    IC>>>>>
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  • Re: Legends of Tomorrow (CW)

    Barry fucked up the universe and mult-iuniverse this idiot is the God of L's
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  • Re: Greatest Southern Producer ever

    Lefty_ wrote: »
    Cain wrote: »
    Lefty_ wrote: »
    Cain wrote: »
    Ppl saying Dre this and that, not taking nothing away from Dre, but let's look at the overall thing, Dre produced "The Chronic, Doggystyle and 2001 along with other "singles" from other ppl projects, but how many sample clearings did he have to get? Those albums did what they did in their "time" Like I stated, where I from and most of the niggas in the Southern part of the world would reach for a 400 degrees before they reach for a Doggystyle record to ride around town listening to IMO.

    Plus the fact that Dre produces what every 3 to 4 years? Dude sits on time. Fresh stayed producing whole albums, not just the 3 that folks are naming (The Chronic, Doggystyle, and 2001)
    Fresh produced by himself

    Soulja Rags (solid)
    400 degrees (solid)
    G-Code (solid)
    Gurella Warefare (solid)
    Get it How you Live (solid)
    It's all on you Vol 1 & 2 (solid)
    Chopper City (solid)
    Chopper City in the Ghetto (solid)
    Big Tymers How you love that (solid)
    Big Tymers Big Money Heavy Weight (ok)
    Big Tymers I got that Work (solid)
    Big Tymers Hood Rich
    Birdman (first two albums) (ok)
    Lil Wayne - Lights Out (solid)
    Lil Wayne - Carter 1 (solid)
    Lil Wayne - (2nd album) (ok)
    Lil Wayne - 500 degrees (no)
    Turk - Young & Thugging (no)
    Mack 10

    And not to name the albums of UNLV, Pimp Daddy and other projects

    And you mean to tell me "more beats is your argument" instead of saying "more better tracks"
    Dre production aint seeing Mannie Fresh production from those albums I've listed.
    Outta all those albums listed, Fresh sampled only one time which again was "Way of Life"
    Dayum near every album I listed, if you was to ask folks who follow CMR or listen to Fresh production would say they are solid albums.

    If you would have listened to just those albums listed and not the radio singles, 98% of those albums niggas today still bump on a regular down here and 98% of those albums would be grabbed first to be played before grabbing "The Chronic and Doggstyle.

    My nigga no disrespect but your biased to your hometown hero. Mannie is talented but he's not a GOAT producer he's a good producer with some good to classic hits under his belt.

    Mannie is like Swizz Beats imo there they're part of classic songs not so much for their production but for the lyrics the artist that was on the songs made classic.

    Aight bruh lets not go too far.

    It's the truth bruh niggas are biased especially southern nignogs. I'm from the South but I listen to everything and Mannie and Swizz are basically the same cats

    If anything, @Cain Swizz wit that damn keyboard is the east coast DJ mustard.

    Swizz,Mannie and Mustard equal same producer. Yeah they got hits but none of them niggas are GOAT producers and shouldn't be in the running or discussion
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  • Re: Greatest Southern Producer ever

    Lefty_ wrote: »
    Cain wrote: »
    Ppl saying Dre this and that, not taking nothing away from Dre, but let's look at the overall thing, Dre produced "The Chronic, Doggystyle and 2001 along with other "singles" from other ppl projects, but how many sample clearings did he have to get? Those albums did what they did in their "time" Like I stated, where I from and most of the niggas in the Southern part of the world would reach for a 400 degrees before they reach for a Doggystyle record to ride around town listening to IMO.

    Plus the fact that Dre produces what every 3 to 4 years? Dude sits on time. Fresh stayed producing whole albums, not just the 3 that folks are naming (The Chronic, Doggystyle, and 2001)
    Fresh produced by himself

    Soulja Rags (solid)
    400 degrees (solid)
    G-Code (solid)
    Gurella Warefare (solid)
    Get it How you Live (solid)
    It's all on you Vol 1 & 2 (solid)
    Chopper City (solid)
    Chopper City in the Ghetto (solid)
    Big Tymers How you love that (solid)
    Big Tymers Big Money Heavy Weight (ok)
    Big Tymers I got that Work (solid)
    Big Tymers Hood Rich
    Birdman (first two albums) (ok)
    Lil Wayne - Lights Out (solid)
    Lil Wayne - Carter 1 (solid)
    Lil Wayne - (2nd album) (ok)
    Lil Wayne - 500 degrees (no)
    Turk - Young & Thugging (no)
    Mack 10

    And not to name the albums of UNLV, Pimp Daddy and other projects

    And you mean to tell me "more beats is your argument" instead of saying "more better tracks"
    Dre production aint seeing Mannie Fresh production from those albums I've listed.
    Outta all those albums listed, Fresh sampled only one time which again was "Way of Life"
    Dayum near every album I listed, if you was to ask folks who follow CMR or listen to Fresh production would say they are solid albums.

    If you would have listened to just those albums listed and not the radio singles, 98% of those albums niggas today still bump on a regular down here and 98% of those albums would be grabbed first to be played before grabbing "The Chronic and Doggstyle.

    My nigga no disrespect but your biased to your hometown hero. Mannie is talented but he's not a GOAT producer he's a good producer with some good to classic hits under his belt.

    Mannie is like Swizz Beats imo there they're part of classic songs not so much for their production but for the lyrics the artist that was on the songs made classic.

    Aight bruh lets not go too far.

    It's the truth bruh niggas are biased especially southern nignogs. I'm from the South but I listen to everything and Mannie and Swizz are basically the same cats
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  • Re: You A Good Look?

    I'm a handsome big nigga with class and debonair stylings. I don't need fancy labels to look good but I can afford to buy the mall if I chose to. Oh and when I say buy the mall I mean the entire building not some tag popping shit the entire building.

    I'm smart as fuck highly educated and to top it off my talk game is immaculate. My nigga @BOSSExcellence is mad lucky I gave up my pimp game a long time ago because every broad in his stable would jump ship if I said hello to them. Not to toot my own horn but beep beep niggas beep muthafuckin beep
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