Rap Music, It’s Not Just About Bling Anymore.

“Gorge bush dont like black people” this protest song is amazing. it features the clip from Kanye West saying “george bush doesnt care about black people” and lyrics such as

Five days in this motherfucking attic
I can’t use the cellphone I keep getting static
Dying ’cause they lying instead of telling us the truth (…)
Screwed ’cause they say they’re coming back for us, too
but that was three days ago and I don’t see no rescue(…)
Swam to the store, tryin’ to look for food
Corner store’s kinda flooded so I broke my way through
Got what I could but before I got through
News say the police shot a black man trying to loot

Reminds me of Public Enemy, and Rage against the machine. We need more of this sort of thing.
Download it here

Oh! Ophelia.

So tropical storm ophelia is still almost a hundred miles away, but man is she full of rain. It has been raining HARD for almost 5 hours now. So hard that you can not see the road. I am really not going to want to go outside tommarow when the 50 mile an hour winds show up. It already sounds like my house is going to cave in….I will let you know how it turns out.

Holy Freaking Crap! (part 2)

So a while ago I pointed out that at one time there was three hurricanes tooling around the atlantic. Now there are two hurricanes in the pacific Jova and Kenneth. Both of which could hit Hawaii. And now this report comes out. Showing a link between global warming and stronger storms. I mean who would have guessed that warmer water = stronger storms. And lets not forget tropical storm Ophelia is just about to hit my house. If both of the pacific hurricanes hit Hawaii, and all the damage from ophelia and katrina, and god knows how many more storms before the end of the year take its toll, this country is going to see some serious economic slow down. It might get so bad, brace yourself, we might have to limit ourselves to just one war at a time! GASP! Thats right if we get too many storms we might not be able to afford invading Syria and Iran…Its time like this that we must tighten our belt.

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