The amateurish attempt to follow our new found hero (dare we say, superhero) at the cost of a multi-million dollar drone was simply absurd Heroes, Villains, Bunglers and Profiteers: Superman's Damages by Kinetic Analysis Corporation (Ft. Perry White)

Before trusting the Man of Steel, the army decided to attempt to follow Superman with a spy drone, staking the hero to his hiding places. They…were not successful, as Superman ripped the plane to pieces.

The metaphor for the elimination of government spying and anti-terror programs was not thickly veiled…

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I silence the lamb, and now the goat's me Don't Ya Just Love It by Pete Rock (Ft. Ab-Soul, Geechi Suede & Sonny Cheeba)

Soul plays both on the classic movie and the common meanings. In The Silence of the Lambs, cannibal Hannibal Lecter literally eats others, just like Soulo “eats” his competition. He also leads the “lambs to the slaughter,” chopping up the weak, typical rappers and placing himself as the last man standing. What does that make for? The GOAT: Greatest of All Time (and yet another farm animal!).

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Something in my veins bloodier than blood A Shot in the Arm by Wilco

This can be taken in two ways: what Tweedy needs and what Tweedy already has.

  • Tweedy needs a jolt to his system, either a drug or a spark to bring him out of his slump and back into life. The spark, like caffeine, acts like super blood, making him feel more alive than ever

  • Tweedy already took the dose and feels the nasty, but powerful “bloodier” things in his system. He “needed” the fuel, but constantly knows that he’s walking into addiction.

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September 13th, 2013

This line was appropriated from author William H. Gass, in his book “In the Heart of the Heart of the Country”.

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Saeb Erekat Remarks to Begin Israel-Palestine Talks by US Secretary of State John Kerry (Ft. Martin Indyk)

The former chief negotiator for Palestine, Erekat now serves on the Palestinian Parliament as a member of Jericho.

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Minister Tzipi Livni Remarks to Begin Israel-Palestine Talks by US Secretary of State John Kerry (Ft. Martin Indyk)

The current Minister of Justice for Israel, Livni was slated to serve as majority party leader in 2009, but failed to form a coalition government.

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Doing nothing is de facto amnesty Letter to Congressional Republicans on Immigrations Reform by Carlos Gutierrez

This applies only on the unfocused level: thousands are removed from the country daily, or otherwise imprisoned and deported.

Amnesty implies a level of security and comfort, where the person gains certain rights under law that otherwise are not offered. Current immigrants lack these rights, living a life of constant fear and persecution. “Doing nothing” is not amnesty, as it actually does not regulate or provide for anything.

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Ironic, the same same place I'm makin' figures at
That there's the same land they used to hang niggas at, in Virginia
Virginia by Clipse (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

In Virginia Beach, Virginia, where Malice once lived, there used to be a slaving center and gallows for runaway slaves. Later, the city was known for several violent lynchings, where blacks were chased, beaten, and strung from trees.

Despite its violent history, Virginia now pays for Malice’s lifestyle. It’s a complete 180.
From this:

To this:

The southern USA has come a long way.

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Cause I feel like you really being funny on the sly Virginia by Clipse (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Asking Malice a lot of personal questions about the steps to his success sounds like criticism. Even if you don’t mean to insult, by constantly bugging him over the details, you sounds like you’re making fun of him. And that’s a bad idea.

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See I turned to the Lord when them times got tough Virginia by Clipse (Ft. Pharrell Williams)

Whereas No Malice decided to leave the old game when he turned to the Lord, Pusha used the support to get back on his feet and sell harder than ever. Each time he fell, he just bounced back higher.

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Thoreau’s moral philosophy found expression during the Nuremburg trials in which “following orders” was rejected as a defense. Indeed, military law requires disobedience to clearly illegal orders Letter to President Barack Obama, 07/26/2013 by Bruce Fein (Ft. Lon Snowden & President Barack Obama)

Thoreau’s “civil disobedience” meant that, for the good of morality, Nazi soldiers and officers should have actively resisted genocide and terror, rather than participate under the threat of death. “Following orders” meant, in the moral sense, participation, and thus guilt. This was the crux of the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi officers, where the “following orders” defense was deemed amoral.

Military law in most countries does indeed include clauses for disobeying orders. In the United States, Articles 90-92 make it a crime to disobey orders, but only those which are lawful — soldiers and officers are not required to follow illegal orders (which violate the Constitution) and are liable if they do so. Snowden’s attachment to military law, due to his status as a contractor, is, however, questionable.

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