Friday, October 30, 2009
just read an article calling him that, i'd have to agree! this guy always lives up to the hype...he'll be 25 in 2010 which means whoever signs him to a 6 or 7 year deal will have him in his prime...nets and knicks should do whatever it takes to get lebron...he's roughly the same age as nate robinson and david lee on the knicks and devin harris and yi jianlian on the nets, that's all the pieces he needs to bring multiple championships to either team...he's got no reason to stay in cleveland, the city is lame and hes from akron (shout out muffin) he will leave!!!
Thursday, October 29, 2009
For those of you out of the loop he did 9 years then got deported back to Belize where his pops is now the prime minister...used to be my fav rapper growing up...i remember him callin bill maher "typical of the anglo-saxon disease which exists in the world today" been a huge fan ever since...he needs to get into politics!
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Gini score: 40.8
GDP 2007 (US$ billions): 13,751.4
Share of income or expenditure (%)
Poorest 10%: 1.9
Richest 10%: 29.9
Ratio of income or expenditure, share of top 10% to lowest 10%: 15.9
The share of income for the top percentile of Americans was 23.5% in 2007, the highest since 1928, according to Emmanuel Saez, a Berkeley economist who won the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal in April. Income for the top 0.01% hit a record-high 6.04%. And the recession may be exacerbating income inequality.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Who is Zoran Lazarevic?Lazarevic is a rogue paramilitary leader and fugitive war criminal, notorious for committing unspeakable massacres and atrocities. Believed to have been killed in a bombing raid, Lazarevic survived (though he bears the scars of the attack), and now operates in the shadows as the leader of a secret terrorist society. Ice-cold and relentlessly ambitious, Lazarevic is an imposing figure with a ruthless intensity and a dark magnetism that's both terrifying and hypnotic.I see some similarities, shout to Boban though we made a hit but damn homie you coulda thrown up the 3 fingers...the game is uncharted 2 for all the asians reading this
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
I'm so proud of these little commies and I'll surely be cheering for them if Serbia loses...in other news Bosnia's best player is a Serb and he has same b day as me so he must be cool...and to leave you with some additional info on how the North Koreans get down:
The two Koreas faced each other in a 2010 FIFA World Cup 3rd round Asian Qualification match. It was originally planned to be held in Pyongyang on March 26, 2008. The North Korean government stepped in to decide the South's national anthem would not be played, nor would the DPRK allow the South's national flag to be displayed at the game. South Korea was outraged by the decision. After three failed negotiation attempts by the South Korean football association, South Korea turned to FIFA for the official ruling. After FIFA intervention, the match was played in Shanghai, China, on March 26, 2008, and it ended 0-0.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Sunday, October 11, 2009
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Scorers: Nikola Zigic 37, Marko Pantelic 50,
Zdravko Kuzmanovic 78, Milan Jovanovic 87, 90+2
Red card: Cristian Chivu (Romania) 84
BEST TEAM WE HAD SINCE 98!!!...CROATIA, BOSNIA AND SLOVENIA STILL ALL HAVE A CHANCE, GOOD LUCK!
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Okay, let me start off by saying that growing up in NYC, a kid could do a lot with 25 cents. You can use a quarter to buy a bag of cheese doodles, you can use it to call your friend from a payphone to pick you up because you left your cellphone at your girl's house, or you can buy a certified hood classic known as "quarter waters"! Quarter waters for those of you who dont know, are small bottles of colored waters and the like kool-aid and other colored drinks, the color is usually indicative of the flavor (i.e. purple = grape).
So anyway, as a kid I usued to have one of these everyday on my way home from school or after a game of basketball (who can afford gatorade back then? Besides, the parks dept was always shutting off the fuckin water fountains too!) I was heartbroken when they stopped selling them around my way in Queens and in a lot of corner bodegas around. Finally, this summer I went into my local corner bodega on 79th and Woodside where to my surprise I saw quarter waters being sold! It felt like a mirage in some sort of arabic desert (could be because the store owner was an arab too which always adds to that effect). So I immediatly reached into my pocket and pulled out a quarter and left it on the counter and as soon as I got near the door the guy at the counter starts yelling at me saying "hey boss! 10 more cents". You mother fucker you! QUARTER WATERS ARE 35 CENTS NOW!? WTF!!! They're called quarter waters for a reason! So what was I to do? I haven't had a quarter water in a minute so I just couldn't pass up on this NOW rare hood gem! I pulled out a dime and gave it to the fucker but hey, you can bet your ass I savored that quarter water...excuse me...quarter+dime water! Fuck it, atleast they're back.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Saw the movie last night, it was great and a real eye-opener. It shows the levels of depravity America has reached with its unquenchable thirst for always wanting more. It exposes the US government as the corporate puppets they really are and shows who really runs the country. My favorite part was when they showed that capitalism is anti-Christian, something which I've been saying for years. I'm thankful that film makers like Michael Moore exist to shed light on injustices of this magnitude. EVERYONE GO SEE THIS MOVIE!!!
Rating ★★ ★ ★
PS -- There's an interesting scene on that crook Richard Holbrooke
Friday, October 2, 2009
I know I said I'll stay out of politics but after a French soccer fan dying in Serbia became world news I couldn't keep quiet. Aside the expected hypocrisy from the British and American media the most absurd reaction has been within Serbia itself. There have been candle light vigils in the main square in Belgrade, rallies by political parties, an official day of sorrow and numerous memorials which amount to a week of mourning throughout Serbia, all for this young french soccer fan who died of his injuries from an apparent attack by hooligans.
I have some news for people in Serbia: 1000s of people get killed in foreign countries every single fucking day and not one of them gets a national week of sorrow! The Serbian government and some elements of the public have turned into brain-washed, self-hating, shells of human beings with no sense of pride or self. This attack has nothing to do with Serbia as a country, if anything France with it's global empire achieved through violence is far more belligerent than Serbia could be. This is one isolated incident out of MILLIONS which happen EVERY DAY all over the world.
I live in the West and I can tell you not having any pride won't make you anymore "western" or "democratic." You think the EU is in need of lazy, spineless, retards waiting for welfare checks? Why not spend time making the country something to be proud of instead of spitting on it and trying to leave at every chance.
To review kids: less 4 hour coffee breaks and gay parades and more hard work and ambition will improve the standard of living faster than any puppet president or ass-kissing rally. That being said, RIP to Brice Taton and all the babies incinerated to death by French bombs which fell on Serbia so Kosovo could be annexed to house a Nato base.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
Short answer: R U kidding? No bodily function, emotional trauma or personal exchange is beyond bounds or beneath broadcasting these days. Thus did 43-year-old Penelope Trunk, CEO of the aptly named "Brazen Careerist'' blog, Twitter her recent miscarriage: "I'm in a board meeting. Having a miscarriage. Thank goodness, because there's a f***-up 3-week hoop-jump to have an abortion in Wisconsin." (The asterisks are mine, not hers.) READ MORE
enough is enough people, society is becoming overly voyeuristic and since all things come and go in trends I expect a big privacy-is-cool-too movement coming very soon...speaking of twitter you can follow me here :)