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She shouldn’t worry about anyone else seeing the sex tape because the only copy will be in their hands.

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He knew that it would be difficult to make it work. Also a reference to the Luther Vandross song.

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He’s losing hope and needs diving intervention to convince him that he should stay the course.

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Vicente Cuevas
June 30th, 2013

divine intervention

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At the time this track came out, club dances like Laffy Taffy, and other Snap rap tunes were big. Kweli says these guys are like Bill “Bojangles” Robinson, best known for tap dancing with Shirley Temple.

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The pennant race (in baseball) is when teams are trying to win their league or division title. Game isn’t trying to just be good, he’s trying to make it to the playoffs.

This coincides with the previous mention of the Seminoles sports teams.

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When she screwed him over, Mark knew that he needed to go back into his former way of living, being The Mack.

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A play on words with “dopamine”. The first time he says “dope, I mean” he is referring to the drugs that caused him to call her up and talk to her. The second time he is talking about the chemical dopamine, which is released during sex, which is the other factor that made him want to get back with her.

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December 5th, 2012

3000’s Outkast partner Big Boi uses the same wordplay with “dopamine” in his song Thom Pettie, which was released at about the same time on Big Boi’s “Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors”. Coincidence? Do great minds think alike? All this and more on the next episode of Onipono Points it Out!

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Next time Pharrell wants to see his girlfriend naked, he can just watch the video and she doesn’t have to do anything

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There are enough girls for every guy in the car to score, but it will still be interesting to see who each one chooses to be with.

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They bring the old school whip out on Friday night to take to the streets.

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"You ain't got shit to do like Friday when the weekend begun" (Talib Kweli – In The Mood) | accepted

The line: “It’s Friday…you ain’t got no job…and you ain’t got shit to do!”

This also could refer to the fact that they don’t tour anymore due to apparent stage fright that Andre has.

"You mentioned the Navy, for example, and that we have few..." (President Barack Obama – Third Presidential Debate of 2012) | rejected

Romney is missing the point that times are changing and the methods we used to wage war are evolving also. No more bayonets and ships, more cyber-terrorism agents and such.

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