Anywhos Who remembers this joint? Can't front I use to like it...Never learned the words though..
Anywhos Who remembers this joint? Can't front I use to like it...Never learned the words though..
This picture ALWAYS made me laugh.
Just look at the way his name os so delicately spelled on top
i wanna know who sings this theme song, cause they rockin it
LMFAO!!!!! Found this one by accident.... Joey Lawrence was a hottie
The video is directed by BugMonster. The quality is crisp! Check you Out, Rob!
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Hmmm...how many of YOU would be in trouble for voicemails?
There was a blind girl who hated herself because she was blind. She hated everyone, except her loving boyfriend. He was always there for her. She told her boyfriend, 'If I could only seethe world, I will marry you'. One day, someone donated a pair of eyes to her. When the bandages came off, she was able to see everything, including her boyfriend. He asked her, Now that you can see the world, will you marry me? The girl looked at her boyfriend and saw that he was blind. The sight of his closed eyelids shocked her. She hadn't expected that. The thought of looking at them the rest of her life led her to refuse to marry him. Her boyfriend left in tears and days later wrote a note to her saying:
'Take good care of your eyes, my dear, for before they were yours, they were mine'.
This is how the human brain often works when our status changes. Only a very few remember what life was like before, and who was always by their side in the most painful situations.
Born in New York City, Hunter grew up in the East Village and became associated with a local skate crew that hung out near Tompkins Square Park. His first press appeared in 1989 in a Thrasher magazine photo essay photographed by Charlie Samuels about the New York City skateboard scene.
As a skateboarder, Hunter was sponsored most notably by Zoo York.[ He also owned Rock Star Bearings Co. He skated goofy-footed.
Hunter was also featured in an episode of TLC show Miami Ink, in which he had an image of the World Trade Center with the words "New York City" and "Sk8 Or Die" tattooed on his arm.
He was featured in a skateboarding TV show on the Fuel TV channel, called Skate Maps and in the video for Joan Osbourne's "One of Us", as well as performing various voice over roles for the Dubtitled Entertainment produced television series titled "Kung Faux" created by Michael "Mic" Neumann. In 1995, he appeared in Spacehog's video for "In The Meantime."
On February 17, 2006, Hunter was found dead from a heart attack in his Lower East Side apartmentActress Rosario Dawson posted a remembrance for Hunter at the Rockstar Bearings website
So me and one of my close homeboys decide to have a sex convo about how its different for men and woman to reach their breaking point, What can you do to make that shit wetter and how to keep shit Spiceyyy!
"Him": yes. its mental even more so for women.
"Him: like for instance when im fucking and im really going in and i see shorty is really enjoying it honestly rell if i say to her "u wanna cum on my dick" 4 or 5 times she will cum
"Me": wtf foreal
"Him" yeah like
"Me": thats crazy
"Him": i'll be like u wanna cum on my dick and she says yes ask her again she says yes
"Me" : o wow
"Him" : and we go back n forth like 4 or 5 times, mentally....her hearing her own self saying she is gonna cum, makes her cum its mental yo now im not saying im some sex guru and i lay it down like no other but i know from experience a nigga cant be like..."you gonnna cum" after 5 minutes but if a nigga knows you and knows your body and the signs and the movements and the sounds u make when u really feel good, he should play on that and help u cum women are more verbal, while men are more visual u ever wonder why women read nasty books and men watch porno?
"Me" : wordddddddddddddd lol *** you good
"Him": because when u read you are speaking to yourself in your head what u see on the page - verbal and men gotta see shit lol get that nigga to talk dirty to you and not no corny shit lol it gotta be a back n forth conversation. one where he asks the questions and u answer like..." damn, you a nasty bitch aint u?" and u say " yeah, im nasty daddy" it sounds cheesey but when yall in the heat of shit, it comes naturally and it gets u more wet
"Me": lol ok
"Him": yo lol me and my ex aww man smh
"Him": i cant tell u the shit we did
"Me": tell me about it
"Me": why not!
"Him": u wouldnt look at me the same lol
"Me": o please
"Him" :lol well first off, your pussy needs to stay wet, and once its wet my goal is to get the shit wetter than wet so one thing i like to do is, if im knockin it down...every few minutes, pull out and lick the clit and around the rim of the pussyi do that.....its a fuckin wrap shorty will go crazy
"Me": oh man
"Him": especially when i pull out from hittin it doggy and lick her pussy from behind knees...................buckle everytime
"Me" : ohh shitt lol visual i feel like im reading a book now fucking zane sex chronicles n shit
"Him": but my hands is all over the place cuz as women, yall gotta be stimulated in a rhythm so like in doggy im behind hittin it, but im also reachin around massaging the clit and/or squeezing titties and fiddling with nipples betwen my thumb and index slightly pulling it at that point usually shorty will grab my hand and make me squeeze her whole titty sometimes i gotta spit on the pussy one to make it wet but also to bring out that nasty factor
"Me": Lol @ Nasty Factor
"Him": so while im eating it, i spit on it, lick the spit off the clit and flick it around inside all this is foreplay shit but can be done during sex too
"Me": you really bring a porno to life! thats cool tho
"Him": i've used blindfolds cuz u dont know where im at or what im bout to do when u got a blindfold on and dont know when a tongue or penis is bout to go in youyour mind races
"Me": ill be scared lol
"Him": and mentally...that anticipation will put u over the edge like if im hitting it doggy, i'll ask " you like how my balls are hittin your clit while im fuckin u" she'll say " yeah" then i'll just pulll out and lick her clit fuckin wrap she got that blindfold on...she dont know wtf is going on get that ice...rub it on them nipples. get em nice and hard all that shit
"Me": Wow lol you be goingg in thats good though all men should do shit like that
"Him": yea....when u with someone for a minute, you gotta do shit to stimulate the mind chicks get tired of that same old.....hug me up, rub on my titties, kiss my neck, then try and fuck me routine i done played doctor and nurse. late nite jogger and rapist, prinicipal and student in detention, broke chick who cant afford to pay her rent and landlord damn i could go on...
"Him" im seasoned baby! dont have the biggest dick in the world, i dont have the model body but yo....i puts it down son motherfuckers come back real talk
"Me": i know i remember from back in the day i heard about you sir lolll
Lamont Coleman (May 30, 1974 – February 15, 1999), also known by his stage name Big L, was an American rapper who made significant contributions to the New York City music scene in the 1990s as a member of the hip hop collective D.I.T.C. He was shot and killed in February 1999 before releasing his second album. Members of the underground hip hop community regard him as one of the most skilled MC's of all time.
Lamont Coleman was born May 30, 1974 in New York City, and grew up in uptown Harlem which he references regularly in his lyrics (139th Street & Lennox Avenue). Big L began rhyming in 1990 and his first professional appearance came on the B-side of "Party Over Here" by Lord Finesse in 1992, the song was the remix to "Yes, You May". Around this time, L founded the Harlem-based rap group Children of the Corn with fellow aspiring MC's Killa Cam, Murda Mase and Killa Cam's cousin Bloodshed while Darrell "Digga" Branch provided production. Unfortunately the group folded in 1996 when Bloodshed died in a car accident. In 1993 L was signed to Columbia Records and released his first single "Devil's Son". Big L's debut solo album, Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous, was released in March 1995. The album featured guest appearances from a number of artists, notably Kid Capri, Lord Finesse, and then-unknown Cam'ron and Jay-Z. Two singles, "M.V.P" and "Put It On", were released from the album, both of which reached the top twenty-five of Billboard's Hot Rap Tracks. The album itself also reached the Billboard 200, but due to its poor commercial status Big L was dropped from Columbia Records.
From 1997 to '99, Big L worked on his second album The Big Picture through his own Flamboyant Entertainment label. He released the acclaimed single "Ebonics" in 1998; that same year, he joined Bronx-based hip hop collective Diggin' in the Crates Crew and appeared on their first single "Dignified Soldiers". The Big Picture was released posthumously in August 2000 and featured guest appearances by Fat Joe, Guru of Gang Starr, Kool G Rap, and Big Daddy Kane among others. Jay-Z has said that Big L was set to sign with his Roc-A-Fella label, but was murdered the week before. The Big Picture was Big L's last recorded album. It was put together by his manager and partner in Flamboyant Entertainment, Rich King. It contains songs that L had recorded and a cappella recordings that were never used, completed by producers and guest MC's that Big L respected or had worked with previously. The album was certified gold a month later.
Coleman was killed in the neighborhood of Harlem on February 15, 1999 after being shot over 9 times in the face and chest. Virgilio Perez, one of Big L's childhood friends, was arrested in May 1999 for the crime. At the time of his death, Coleman had two brothers in prison. "It's a good possibility it was retaliation for something [Big L's] brother did, or [Perez] believed he had done," said a spokesperson for the NYPD. Perez was later released and the murder case remains unsolved.
Big L's half-brother Leroy Phinazee aka "Big Lee" was murdered in the same neighborhood in 2002; in the time leading up to his death, Phinazee had apparently been in search of information regarding Big L's murder.
Gang Starr released the song "Full Clip" as a tribute to Big L on their 1999 compilation album Full Clip: A Decade of Gang Starr, and more recently on a SiriusXM satellite radio show. Via Wikipedia
What can we do what should we do? Constantly crying, thinking about what shouldve been. And if it was a terrible breakup forget about it Your worried about what will happen if you see this person in the streets will you make a show choke his ass out smack his new bitch...or just breakdown and cry. The way everyone deals with heartache is different..Me personally I try to forget the person ever existed if we shared anything sacred Im going to try my hardest to forget, If I was ever given something Im either returning it or burning it. Now tell me how do you deal?
When do we know when secret keeping is going to far?...Like I have my share of secrets that people tell me that are reallly really heavy I'm a great secret keeper for those who trust me with their secrets I think its sacred and I find it to be really flattering that someone would trust me.whats the point of keeping secrets anyway? To prevent hurting someones feelings or just to cover your own ass?
I don't know if everyone flosses in the AM but I do just makes me feel better...It takes out all the food and all that extra shit you may have hiding inbetween your teeth.
After the flossing session through some of this in your mouth gargle for 30 seconds (I do it for more just because I love the way it feels ;D) should start tingling that means its working...Then spit don't swallow (hehe)
Throw a good amount of this on your toothbrush (I always put more than I'm suppose to because i feel like the more the better ::Shrugs:: and plus I love to see all the suds being created as I'm brushing)
Last but not least the tongue brush...I know alot of people who skip out on this part but its very important to brush your tongue the whiter your tongue is most likely you have bad breath this is where all the germs come to chill and create that nasty odor that you punish everyones noses with. Now lets get it together people...
Bad breath is not whats up.
James Dewitt Yancey (February 7, 1974 – February 10, 2006), better known by the stage names J Dilla and Jay Dee, was an American Grammy Nominated record producer who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. According to his obituary at NPR.org, he "was one of the music industry's most influential hip-hop artists, working for big-name acts like De La Soul, Busta Rhymes and Common.
Yancey's career began slowly. He has now become highly regarded, most notably for the production of critically acclaimed albums by Common, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, and The Pharcyde. He was a member of Slum Village for their acclaimed debut album Fantastic
In 1992, he met experienced Detroit musician Amp Fiddler, who was impressed by what Jay Dee was able to accomplish with such limited tools. Amp Fiddler let Jay Dee use his MPC, which he learned quickly. In 1995, Jay Dee and MC Phat Kat formed 1st Down, and would be the first Detroit hip hop group to sign with a major label (Payday Records) - a deal that was ended after one single when the label folded. That same year he recorded 'Yesteryearz' with 5 Elementz (a group consisting of the late Proof, Thyme and Mudd).
By the mid 1990s Jay Dee was known as a major hip hop prospect, with a string of singles and remix projects, for Janet Jackson, Pharcyde, De La Soul, Busta Rhymes, A Tribe Called Quest, Q-Tip's solo album and others. The majority of these productions were released without his name recognition, being credited to The Ummah, a production collective composed of Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, and later Raphael Saadiq of Tony! Toni! Toné!. Under this umbrella, Jay did some of his most big name R&B and hip hop work, churning out original songs and remixes for Janet Jackson, Busta Rhymes, Brand New Heavies, Something For the People, trip hop artists Crustation and many others. This all came off the heels of Jay handling the majority of production on The Pharcyde's album Labcabincalifornia, released in the holiday season of 1995. Jay Dee's largest-scale feat came in 1997 when he produced Janet Jackson's Grammy winning single "Got 'til It's Gone" from The Velvet Rope. The song-writing credit and subsequent Grammy were both given to Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
2000 marked the major label debut of Slum Village with Fantastic, Vol. 2. creating a new following for Jay Dee as a producer and an MC. He was also a founding member of the production collective known as The Soulquarians (along with Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, D'Angelo and James Poyser amongst others) which earned him more recognition and buzz. He subsequently worked with Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, and Common - contributing heavily to the latter's critically acclaimed breakthrough album, Like Water for Chocolate.
His debut as a solo artist came in 2001 with the single "Fuck the Police", followed by the album Welcome 2 Detroit, which kicked off U.K. Independent record label BBE's "Beat Generation" series. In 2001, Jay Dee, began using the name "J Dilla" (an attempt to differentiate himself from Jermaine Dupri who also goes by "J.D."), and left Slum Village to pursue a major label solo career with MCA Records.
2002 saw Dilla producing the entirety of Frank-N-Dank's 48 Hours, as well as a solo album, but neither record was ever released, although the former did eventually surface through bootlegging. When Dilla finished working with Frank-N-Dank on the 48 Hours album, MCA Records requested a record with a larger commercial appeal, and the artists re-recorded the majority of the tracks, this time using little to no samples. Despite this, neither versions of the album saw the light of day, and Dilla expressed he was disappointed that the music never got out to the fans.
LA-based producer and MC Madlib began collaborating with J Dilla, and the pair formed the group Jaylib in 2002, releasing an album called Champion Sound in 2003. J Dilla relocated from Detroit to LA in 2004 and appeared on tour with Jaylib in Spring 2004.
J Dilla's illness and medication caused dramatic weight loss in 2003 onwards, forcing him to publicly confirm speculation about his health in 2004. Despite a slower output of major releases and production credits in 2004 and 2005, his cult status remained strong within his core audience, as evident by unauthorized circulation of his underground "beat tapes" (instrumental, and raw working materials), mostly through internet file sharing. Articles in publications URB (March 2004) and XXL (June 2005) confirmed rumors of ill health and hospitalization during this period, but these were downplayed by Jay himself. The seriousness of his condition became public in November 2005 when J Dilla toured Europe performing from a wheelchair. It was later revealed that he suffered from Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, a rare blood disease, and possibly Lupus.
J Dilla died on February 10, 2006, three days after his 32nd birthday at his home in Los Angeles, California. According to his mother, Maureen Yancey, the cause was cardiac arrest. His last album, titled Donuts, was released 3 days earlier, on February 7, 2006. - Via Wikipedia
Come on who doesn't know about cheech and chong? I would love to smoke a dubby with these legends...They'll probably teach me a thing or two!. Richard "Cheech" Martin and Tommy Chong were known in the 1970's for their hilarious uncut and very raw stand up routines and of course their love for MARIJUANA ;D ( Me and many others can relate!). As years went by cheech and chong hit a rough patch. Chong attended cheechs bday party in 1994 but wasnt happy at all when he seen cheech's arms around his wife in more than a friendly manner (We all know that wouldn't rock). But of course that shit blew over and they decided to reunite and produce another film. But that was put on hold because in 2003 chongs company "Chongs glass" was raided by federal officals. Chong pleaded guilty to charges of distributing drug paraphernalia he was sentenced to nine months in federal prison, and was fined $20,000 and forced to to forfeit $120,000 in assests.
Cashtro Crosby , C Squeezy , & Crooked Logic Get together and Form The Group TEAM PTP (Pittsburgh To Parliament) .... With them all having Solo recognition for music in US & Canada, The Teams Triple B (Best Of Both Borders) & Five Star Family Decided To Drop A Project Together. Influenced By Pittsburgh , Ottawa, On (The Parliament) , and Believe or not Basketball.
... Nothing More , Nothing Less....
They define Their Team By the Dictionary ... Literally.
Definition;Triangle Offense, also known as the Triple-Post offense, is an offensive strategy in basketball. The system's most important feature is the sideline triangle created between the center, who stands at the low post; the forward, at the wing, and the guard at the corner.
TRIANGLE OFFENSE THE MIXTAPE