Dalai Lama’s 18 rules for living
beautifulurself: At the start of the new millennium the Dalai Lama apparently issued eighteen rules for living. 1. Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk. 2. When you lose, don’t lose the lesson. 3. Follow the three Rs: 1. Respect for self 2. Respect for others 3. Responsibility for all your actions. 4. Remember that not getting what you want is...
mofaiz: Damn hypocrite asses… fox news pisses me off SO MUCH azizisbored: Wow. Please watch this. The Daily Show on Fox News on the Ground Zero Mosque. Amazing, hilarious, and depressing. I have to laugh at this to stop from getting infuriated….
textsfromlastnight: (917): you spent the night getting lap dances from a stripper with a c-section scar then ended up at a one room casino by the airport and you say you’re too good to blaze and see pirahna 3d? bullshit. Single greatest text of all time…..
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'Got Til it's Gone: The Legacy of J Dilla' →
Pitchfork takes a look at the career of arguably the greatest producer in hip-hop history, J DIlla. The article digs deep into Jay Dee’s catalog dating back to his earliest work with Da Enna C in 1994 and ends touching on the crown jewel of his discography, and final album released during his life, 2006’s Donuts. Dilla’s music influenced more than just hip-hop artists, and any...
I really be wanting to give people my ass to kiss. Real talk.– Clinton Portis addressing his doubters. Few can craft sentences as elegantly as CP, a modern day Shakespeare.
Wale- More About Nothing →
Download link to Wale’s newest mixtape and sequel to his 2008 masterpiece “Mixtape About Nothing.” Produced by DJ Omega, the tape is a mix between the funk/go-go sound that Wale perfected as a rising artist and the electro-synth sound modern hip-hop has turned towards in the last year. Stay tuned for the full review later this week.