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  • Re: Ever worked a job that you got angry the minute you clocked in for your shift?

    congratulations: you're all becoming adults.

    this is how life is.

    nah, dude im out of this bs sooner or later. i lived better when i was in college than now after i graduated. 6 months ago, i woke up in a king size bed to a '46 inch sony bravia at 10 am, sat on my leather sofa and ate my cereals without a fuckin job...

    seriously thinkin bout givin up that whole 9-5 thing and doin something else - i mean i never had a real job before this, went to africa, america, all over europe and had all the shit i described above. so i'm not worried, i know how to make ends meet, i dont need no 9-5 for that...
    Young Stefblackgod813
  • Re: Hi KAI get in here

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    both pictures are comin from ducky so it's safe to say they are real if you are familiar with this guy
    Ghost313
  • Re: If the Black Community achieved what Malcolm X set out for (Black Nationalism).....

    -Vincenzo- wrote: »
    i love malcolm and he i think he is on point but some of you exaggerate the feeling of unity white people have. you say blacks should keep their money in black hands, which i basically support but if we are realistic:
    blacks are net gainers in the interacial trade. 80% of music sold by black artists is bought by white consumers, oprah or tiger, 2 of the wealthiest blacks, didnt get their money from black people. obama did get a lot more votes from whites than from blacks.

    as much as they hate us, they love us. no cooning, just a sober perspective. it's more about how we utilize these funds, thats where the problem lies.

    But is that a good thing? Of that supposed 80% of black music being purchased by whites I would wager that well over half of it is bullshit rap that has pretty much taken over the game. That's why no one wants to make any hip-hop of relevance, substance or that speaks on real issues. The majority of consumers who are white can't relate. You think some random Frat guy wants to hear about police brutality, or teenage pregnancy? No he just needs something simple and mindless to listen to while he's playing beer pong and date-raping girls at Frat parties.

    Tiger doesn't consider himself black, nor associates with black people in any way. Out of all the women he committed adultery with he didn't have even one black jump-off. I guess that can be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it, but bottom line is, he's not fucking with black people.

    Oprah is riding for white America first and foremost. When was the last time she paid more than lip service to any real black issues? Sure she may have donated some money here and there but just because I give a bum a dollar doesn't mean I'm fighting homelessness.

    Obama is no different. He comes out and says he supports gay marriage, but can't speak on things like: police brutality, and the modern serfdom that is the prison industrial complex? He sent his henchman to Haiti when the earthquakes happened instead of going himself and it seemed like the media had to practically twist his arm in order for him to even speak on the Trayvon Martin issue.

    The lesson in all this is the more you allow a group to fund you the more of an allegiance you have to them.

    i fully agree with you but thats what i mean it's about how we utilize this money. i would argue that whites are so infatuated with us that they would still keep some money comin if you be pro-black. nas got a good number of white fans but he doesnt make the kind of rap you describe.

    bottom line is we shouldnt try to please other groups and stop speaking for our issues so we keep their cash flowin, but if they dont mind supportin us while we do our own thing, go for it.
    Young Stef
  • Re: If the Black Community achieved what Malcolm X set out for (Black Nationalism).....

    i love malcolm and he i think he is on point but some of you exaggerate the feeling of unity white people have. you say blacks should keep their money in black hands, which i basically support but if we are realistic:

    blacks are net gainers in the interacial trade. 80% of music sold by black artists is bought by white consumers, oprah or tiger, 2 of the wealthiest blacks, didnt get their money from black people. obama did get a lot more votes from whites than from blacks.

    as much as they hate us, they love us. no cooning, just a sober perspective. it's more about how we utilize these funds, thats where the problem lies.
    Young Stef
  • Re: Allen Iverson's 48 point masterpiece game 1 of the 2001 nba finals

    AI my alltime favorite, that nigga brought braids back haha
    NothingButTheTruth