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kisses@ KHALED : (12:09 AM) i forgive you imani

@  Android XVII : (02:58 AM)

oh that's coo some1 make 1 den

@  ASTOREA2K : (07:34 PM)

@Android XVII its like skype but for gamers

@  KHALED : (10:28 PM)

i like discord, id like a server

@  KHALED : (10:27 PM)

@ ASTOREA2K : (12:21 PM) Edit icon @Uhhimani please let me cum in you

@  KHALED : (10:27 PM)

well then stop having your weird white kids shoot up schools dumbass @ Fuck Flog Gnaw : (08:33 AM) Edit icon And school shootings is way too callus of a joke

@  KHALED : (10:26 PM)

my grandma was aboriginal, fuck yall

@  KHALED : (10:26 PM)

thats literally the dumbest most racist shit ive heard, saying they arent "black". americans are fucking weird

@  KHALED : (10:26 PM)

apparently this guy isnt black? http://rightnow.org....1_z-640x440.jpg

@  KHALED : (10:25 PM)

lmao what @ Fuck Flog Gnaw : (08:32 AM) Edit icon @Khaled they're not "black" people

@  Android XVII : (06:46 PM)

i don't really know bout discord its like team speak or something right

@  ASTOREA2K : (12:31 AM)

id be down for that

@  ASTOREA2K : (12:31 AM)

for real

@  tylersgay : (12:10 AM)

should make a discord server tbh

@  Android XVII : (11:50 PM)

but we still a family tho

@  Android XVII : (11:50 PM)

nobody ever on at the same time

@  tylersgay : (07:08 PM)

hi

@  tylersgay : (07:08 PM)

i remember your name

@  Wyatt : (05:22 PM)

:(

@  Wyatt : (05:22 PM)

whenever i come on tho nobody is around

@  Wyatt : (05:22 PM)

god damn i still think about this site all the time

@  Wyatt : (05:05 PM)

anyone here

@  Wyatt : (05:05 PM)

yo yo

@  ASTOREA2K : (10:20 PM)

i have a gf lmao

@  Android XVII : (09:15 PM)

we need to get astorea some pussy

@  Android XVII : (09:14 PM)

bruh i got punched in the face yesterday n i didn't even see who did it :(

@  ASTOREA2K : (07:52 PM)

@tylersgay my bad my bad

@  tylersgay : (12:28 PM)

.

@  ASTOREA2K : (02:21 AM)

@Uhhimani please let me cum in you

@  Fuck Flog Gnaw : (10:33 PM)

And school shootings is way too callus of a joke

@  Fuck Flog Gnaw : (10:32 PM)

@Khaled they're not "black" people

@  KHALED : (07:09 AM)

i forgive you imani

@  Uhhimani : (02:19 AM)

:D

@  Beeb : (11:26 PM)

:beeb:

@  KHALED : (11:11 PM)

which was hilarious considering its a black country that white people took over

@  KHALED : (11:11 PM)

i remember someone on here asking me if australia has black people

@  KHALED : (11:10 PM)

i am shocked ireland has black people

@  KHALED : (11:10 PM)

this song slaps https://www.youtube....h?v=j83M-EDduOM

@  KHALED : (02:48 AM)

man ive spent like 3 hours today just arguing with a nazi on reddit. im exhausted

@  KHALED : (02:48 AM)

but hey, we dont have school shootings

@  KHALED : (02:48 AM)

and racist

@  KHALED : (02:48 AM)

you know what, everything i was going to joke about to insult @Fuck Flog Gnaw applies to australians just as much as americans in regards to being fat and shit

@  KHALED : (02:46 AM)

im like so rural that theres only like 3 muslim people in the whole town, most people here arent religious.

@  KHALED : (02:45 AM)

oh thats dope

@  ASTOREA2K : (05:55 PM)

@KHALED no but ive grown up around muslim culture all my life and seeing my friends do it every year made me wanna do it

@  Fuck Flog Gnaw : (05:16 PM)

Are Australians ugly because they descend from criminals?

@  tylersgay : (12:11 PM)

_

@  tylersgay : (12:07 PM)

@Android XVII lol

@  tylersgay : (12:07 PM)

@KHALED thanks

@  tylersgay : (12:06 PM)

Subhanallah brother stay strong @ ASTOREA2K : (09:43 PM) doing my first ramadan ever rn @ ASTOREA2K : (09:43 PM) @tylersgay mashallah

@  KHALED : (05:47 AM)

im making a turkey and cheese toasted sandwich

@  Android XVII : (10:50 PM)

damn bruh i already ate food or i woulda fucked with yall

@  KHALED : (10:06 PM)

but happy ramadan to all my muslim homies.

@  KHALED : (10:05 PM)

is u muslim now astorea?

@  ASTOREA2K : (08:43 PM)

doing my first ramadan ever rn

@  ASTOREA2K : (08:43 PM)

@tylersgay mashallah

@  Android XVII : (08:17 PM)

lena fucked up when she got fake titties

@  tylersgay : (04:24 PM)

happy ramadan

@  Uhhimani : (09:47 PM)

@lena

@  Uhhimani : (09:47 PM)

her nipples are atrocious

@  Android XVII : (09:27 PM)

kim kardashian jafar era>>>>>

@  Android XVII : (09:26 PM)

lena kind of bad but yeah she kinda look like jafar tho

@  Ryan : (05:29 PM)

IGOR

@  ASTOREA2K : (04:45 PM)

lena

@  KHALED : (11:05 PM)

i dont know, shes got an ugly face

@  KHALED : (11:05 PM)

or is it leda?

@  KHALED : (11:05 PM)

except he fucks that lena girl and riley reid so good for him

@  KHALED : (11:05 PM)

adam22 embarrasses every other adam

@  Android XVII : (07:31 PM)

adam22 is a legend as much as i don't fuck with him

@  Uhhimani : (03:38 PM)

idk I find him entertaining

@  Uhhimani : (03:38 PM)

Adam 22

@  Uhhimani : (03:38 PM)

jk hahaha

@  Uhhimani : (03:38 PM)

yes agreed we luh u @adam22

@  Android XVII : (12:59 AM)

white ass monster energy warehouse i need yall to pray for me

@  Android XVII : (12:59 AM)

6 pm - 230 am

@  Android XVII : (12:59 AM)

i got another job now i hav worse hours than before

@  Android XVII : (12:58 AM)

and that's why he fell in love with her

@  Android XVII : (12:58 AM)

rest in peace thomas his girlfriend has the same name as me

@  Android XVII : (12:57 AM)

chickens are pretty scary

@  Android XVII : (12:57 AM)

i didn't know they had medical weed in australia that's a trip

@  Android XVII : (12:57 AM)

my nigga adam progressing in life this a beautiful thing

@  Uhhimani : (03:31 AM)

I'm honestly an animal whisperer.

@  Uhhimani : (03:31 AM)

I love aminals

@  Uhhimani : (03:31 AM)

hahahah das cute

@  Uhhimani : (03:30 AM)

u hv chickens!

@  KHALED : (11:50 PM)

thomas got a gf and just left the site lmao

@  KHALED : (11:45 PM)

but imw atching youtube

@  KHALED : (11:45 PM)

oh fuck my washing machine is beeping

@  KHALED : (11:44 PM)

just imagine being chased by chickens

@  KHALED : (11:44 PM)

dude chickens scare me more than humans that want to fight me, they peck so fucking hard

@  KHALED : (11:43 PM)

but when im feeding them i just stand a long way away and throw the food

@  KHALED : (11:43 PM)

im scared of dogs and chickens and now i have both.

@  KHALED : (11:42 PM)

its raining right now, first time in 2 months

@  KHALED : (11:42 PM)

so ill save them up and either someone eats them or ill egg someone

@  KHALED : (11:42 PM)

they be laying so many eggs but i dont eat eggs

@  KHALED : (11:41 PM)

those are my boys

@  KHALED : (11:41 PM)

but the chickens

@  KHALED : (11:41 PM)

and a golden retreiver

@  KHALED : (11:41 PM)

i own chickens now

@  KHALED : (11:41 PM)

its amazing


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#1 Staynoided

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 12:28 AM

This shit is fucking art. Kendrick really outdid himself on this one. I have no fucking idea why people are not feelin this. Thundercat is playin bass for like the whole album and its an eargasm. Imma buy the physical copy for sure


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 01:40 AM

Music is pretty much all art to begin with so yeah. But I mean its pretty easy to see why people wouldn't like it. It deviates from standard rap/hip-hop structure so it could alienate people. The more jazzy aspects also aren't really impressive for people more familiar with that area of music so he's not going to win over new fans there. 

 

I like it, but as with pretty much 99% of everything in life, I can see what someone else wouldn't. You seem like you should expand your horizons musically if this is blowing your mind this much. Maybe start diving into Kendrick's non-rap influences. 


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 01:54 AM

also thundercat is only credited on 3 songs


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 04:33 AM

also thundercat is only credited on 3 songs


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 05:17 AM

 

 

 

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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:10 PM

Music is pretty much all art to begin with so yeah. But I mean its pretty easy to see why people wouldn't like it. It deviates from standard rap/hip-hop structure so it could alienate people. The more jazzy aspects also aren't really impressive for people more familiar with that area of music so he's not going to win over new fans there. 

 

I like it, but as with pretty much 99% of everything in life, I can see what someone else wouldn't. You seem like you should expand your horizons musically if this is blowing your mind this much. Maybe start diving into Kendrick's non-rap influences. 

I already listen to other genres dude. I love jazz and rock and all that shit. It's not like I never heard the sound of a saxophone lol.  Im just expressing how good it is man. 


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:11 PM

as a rap album 


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 11:29 PM

That was an actual suggestion not a condescending remark.
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Posted 18 March 2015 - 12:51 AM

yeah I felt a little of both but idk. Thanks for the suggestion.


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:39 AM

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:41 AM

yea it is a good album i really enjoy it, it was executed very well and the production is refreshing for hip hop. It did not blow my mind but at the same time it is something more creative then what other rap artists are willing to delve into, especially recently. I just think it's interesting people act like this is the first rap artist that released an album with soul/jazz influence throughout. Not to say Kendrick didn't put together a worthy project, just not as earth shattering as people are making it out to be. 


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:23 AM

amazing


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:24 AM

I really like this project.


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:55 AM

yea it is a good album i really enjoy it, it was executed very well and the production is refreshing for hip hop. It did not blow my mind but at the same time it is something more creative then what other rap artists are willing to delve into, especially recently. I just think it's interesting people act like this is the first rap artist that released an album with soul/jazz influence throughout. Not to say Kendrick didn't put together a worthy project, just not as earth shattering as people are making it out to be. 

it sounds like the outkast album aquemini kinda 


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Posted 18 March 2015 - 01:58 PM

 

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

 

 

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 03:30 PM

 

The New Kendrick Lamar album, To Pimp a Butterfly is an incredibly dense piece of media that absolutely deserves time for digestion. However, I want to briefly offer a lens through which to consider the album; that is, one way to approach the density. 
 
After overwhelming praise and appreciation for Good Kid Mad City—a largely autobiographical album—Kendrick Lamar found himself in a peculiar role: a prominent voice for the contemporary black American experience. What Kendrick has done with this unworkable burden is respond with what I consider a postmodern approach. What I mean more specifically is, rather than take a single-perspective or autobiographical voice for the project, he said something to the effect of, "You want me to be the voice of black people? Then let me show you how diverse and powerful that voice is. Let me show you that what you want me to be is an impossibility."
 
This album is a multi-layered, multi-perspective, contradictory, cacophonous, assemblage; which boldly challenges the suggestion that a culture can be capitulated—even in a moment—to a single voice, or a single perspective. It confronts the very idea that blackness can be pinned down, and revolts—with both form and content—against the subjugation of black people that reductively follows from the prevailing social imaginary of blackness (i.e. what most people believe a black person can be.) Kendrick is revolting against a black imaginary reinforced by representations of blackness in mass media, and used by entities in power to rationalize devastating social injustices. 
 
Throughout the album Kendrick seems to be channeling black cultural figures, social imaginaries, and divergent or incompatible realities, in a way that renders moot the arbitrary closures and exclusions constituting prevailing notions of blackness in America. As you listen to this album, try to let the voice you hear float away from the bonds of one mans perspective, and let it move, with the music, across a larger and more dynamic spectrum than traditional structural order offers. Embrace the contradiction in the lyrics. Consider themes of divergent perspective, contested history, and dynamic mental states. 
 
To simplify, it is as if Kendrick is trying to squeeze blackness into a box, but the box is too small—an intentionally futile exercise that, ideally, damages the box. Try to find moments in the album where Kendrick poetically activates this method to reconsider and dismantle myopic, non-nuanced notions of blackness.

 

 

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Posted 18 March 2015 - 09:21 PM

good album


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Posted 19 March 2015 - 10:23 AM

godpope, you're a bitchmade faggot.


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Posted 22 March 2015 - 08:39 PM

https://soundcloud.c...pimp-a-seinfeld


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Posted 24 March 2015 - 02:50 AM

Overrated but great album
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