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Xbox 360 gamertag: flamedam2

I mostly play sandbox/open-world(-like) games, meaning that a lot of the stuff I play isn’t really all that amazing when it comes to online gaming. Some of my favourite games include Fable, Borderlands and Final Fantasy, I guess you could say I have a thing for games with near-reality settings.

Despite my small collection of Xbox 360 games, I have actually gamed a lot, as I have completely no-lived the shit out of my SNES, Playstation 1, GameBoy, GameBoy Advance SP and GameCube.

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March 9th, 2014

If I’m right, I have your ass beat in DJ Hero, Borderlands, and Fable.

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[Talkin All That Jazz] was inspired when Daddy-O and MC Delite were listening to Mtume, who made ‘Juicy Fruit,’ which in turn was used for the Biggie record.
Prince Paul

When you create a song about how there’s nothing wrong with sampling, it’s only right that you sample a plethora of songs yourself, which is exactly what happened when Stet went to create another hip-hop classic.

“Talkin All That Jazz” samples multiple drum loops. One comes from the aforementioned “Juicy Fruit”, while other samples come from Banbarra’s “Shack Up”, Sly & the Family Stone’s “You Can Make It If You Try”, and The Turtles' “I’m Chief Kamanawanalea (We’re the Royal Macadamia Nuts)”.

Aside from all these drums, there’s also a bass line from Lonnie Liston Smith’s jazzy “Expansions”. The sample was re-played by “[Paul’s] man Newkirk, who was my ride-or-die partner from back in the day. He came in and played all the keyboard parts in the bass line”.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DLAYMoRY2uw

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For annotations for the lyrics of “Billy Jack”, please refer to Curtis Mayfield’s original, which features the same lyrics, take or give some minor variations.

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Revelation 3:17 is a concept that still holds a lot of meaning in this day and age, and certainly is good material for the elevation of one’s mind.

Because thou sayest, I am rich, and increased with goods, and have need of nothing; and knowest not that thou art wretched, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked:
Revelation 3:17, the Holy Bible (King James version)

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M27

Black Moon is a Boot Camp Clik-affiliated group consisting of rappers Buckshot and 5 Ft. Accelerator, who were instrumentally backed by the third member Evil Dee (of Da Beatminerz). While they have released 5 albums in total, they are mostly celebrated for blessing us with the 1993 classic Enta da Stage, an album that means much to many rapheads.

If you like the sample of their work located at M27, “Who Got da Props”, checking out Enta da Stage is a must. Aside from any other Black Moon projects, listening to more projects from the Boot Camp Clik is also something you should definitely not miss out on. While 5 Ft. Accelerator didn’t have much success outside Black Moon, Buckshot and DJ Evil Dee surely did.

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Del, an artist often recognized because of the Gorillaz mega-hit “Clint Eastwood”, is an Oakland-native who has been bringing out rap music since the early 90’s. Starting with the funk-loaded classic I Wish My Brother George Was Here Del has been making music that many would consider odd. After quickly moving from P-funk to futuristic sounding production Del ended up creating what many consider his magnum opus; the Deltron 3030 collaboration with producer Dan the Automator and DJ Kid Koala. Del himself resides at position J3 with his single “If You Must

2 works from Del that pretty much everybody will recommend are the albums I Wish My Brother George Was Here and Deltron 3030; those are often considered his best albums and rightful classics. “If You Must” doesn’t exactly fit with those 2 albums, so if you like that be sure to check out Both Sides of the Brain and Future Development

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January 7th, 2014

Thought you were gonna put in a detail about how he’s Ice Cube’s cousin.

February 28th, 2014

lol, many people dont know that…

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Leaders: @Ezzo
Members: @Laayla @RaulMarquesRJ

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Leaders: @MalcolmFleX
Members: @Heisenferg @BeHeemZ

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Leaders: @FanaHOVA
Members: @CTyeah, @CaptainNigeria, @HMills72 @Jay-Hovas-Witness

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Tyrant water u doin

Some of these are never used though…

Damn, this keeps getting doper. Probably gonna go HAM next week. Don’t believe me just watch.

wut

May I ask why you’re talking about prime factors while finding the highest common factor means searching for any possible factor?

So, how do I plot this?

"Using the quadratic formula" (Math Genius – Quadratics (Exercises)) | pending

For future references, the b2-4ac under the square root is often shortened to a capital D, making the formula (-b±√(D))/2a

"Using factorization" (Math Genius – Quadratics (Exercises)) | pending

My favourite way, the quadratic formula takes so damn long.

"Child broaden your horizon" (Money$Team – Interna$ional Money Anthem) | pending

Gotta diversify yo bonds nigga

"Yo, it's the return of the wankstas" (Troy Womble – Immaculation (Freestyle)) | pending

Kinda expected an OutKast reference lol