I have nothing else to add other than alternating guffaws and shakes of my head.
One of the greatest Raiders, and NFL, mysteries of my lifetime appears to be solved.
Between this that and the other, quite the pile has accumulated since RSD. Let’s dive in.
Equipto, his mother Maria Cristina Gutierrez, Selassie Blackwell, Ike Pinkston and Ed Lindo have been on a hunger strike in front of the Mission Police station for 16 days, refusing to eat until mayor Ed Lee fires San Francisco Chief Of Police Greg Suhr. They’ve been being monitored by students and doctors with White…
It’s about goddamn time. I just wish we could enjoy it more.
Notice that I did not simply say “Draft Preview.” There are doin’s afoot!
New Dilla and a dream, and GTFO.
A decent pile of wax has accumulated since Kinja accepted me back into its warm embrace. So let’s get back to what we do best at You Made Me- piss people off talk about highly listenable rap records.
Two days from now I will have lived on Haight St. for ten largely uneventful years, relatively speaking. But heaven forbid that come to pass before I had to sock somebody.
It’s getting towards a year since De La Soul announced they would be releasing their next album via Kickstarter, with contributors told they would eventually be getting what they paid for in April, in August or September. That’s August or September of 2015, I should add. Because ain’t nobody got their shit yet.
Great googly moogly, look at that woman...
The biggest losers last night? Everybody trying to drive the “if you don’t like Cam Newton, you’re racist” train.
It has been rumored ever since the 2016 matchups were released, and today John McClain of The Houston Chronicle reported it is indeed likely to be happening- Raiders vs. Texans in La Azteca.
You knew The Man wasn’t going to be able to box me outta the blogging game forever.
It’s really the only question that needs to be asked- what’s the deal with HamNo? Going? Staying? Just change the name to HamNawker, give everybody else the boot, and we coo.
You’ve heard the little Grover Norquist nugget about making government small enough to drown it in a bathtub. That is starting to feel like the perfect metaphor for what the current “throwback” thing is doing to rap music.
Within the last hour, the Tuscaloosa News reported, and then retracted, the news that Kenny Stabler had died. The Tuscaloosa News can go fuck itself with an Auburn football helmet.
Hey guys. How’s it hangin?
And some new old De La. And another pointed De La related rant. And hopelly I will not-live live-blog Japan kicking some Dutch ass in the WWC. And maybe a few other things too...
Allow me to share with you my favorite people currently making rap music.