I just saw a guy cross the street before the light turned green doing the anime ninja run.
Happy birthday to me
I can’t do Shaq sodas. I just can’t
Why do girls with nice butts say “Kiss my ass” like it’s an insult or a bad thing?
Co-worker has broken up with her boyfriend. For her arm’s sake I hope she finds another guy with his old name
Every bad day at work I question why am I not doing some form of art (comics, tattoo, storyboarding, etc) and be done with this work shit? Want a career not a job. When am I gonna stop existing and start living?
I was just told I’m intimidating. I’m a big softy really. I’m confrontational and direct but not intimidating. Also gets confused with people calling me arrogant.
My life is a sitcom I swear. I’m telling my fellow technician I don’t tell him a lot of the tricks back here because he can’t keep his mouth shut. He literally turns around to a non tech coworker saying “he says I can’t keep my mouth shut!” I’m blank staring him. Then I look to my left knowing full well there’s no audience or fourth wall to break but I did it anyway.
I’m just stating my opinion and what I believe is the nature of the Macklemore hate that people have. I’ve listened to the guy, liked his album, it was decent. Listened to his lyrics. Fine. But here’s where I start to have a problem. It’s not even the artist I dislike it’s the fans, it’s his hype, this pushing of this machine for Macklemore. I hear a lot of “oh he’s not like other rappers. He’s deep. He raps about issues and social topics.” Really? He’s the only one? The first rapper ever to pick up a mic and rap about things that are wrong? That’s where I have a problem. I believe that’s where other hip-hop fans have a problem. To me because he’s white media will focus on him more because of it. Therefore you get new or fairweather fans who might’ve heard a Jay-Z or Lil Wayne single thinks that rap sucks but hears Macklemore and think “wow this guy’s deeper than them.”
To me who’s been a hip-hop fan from practically day one and who did history on it (and believe me it’s got plenty of history) to hear people who think that he’s the only rapper to state political issues to lyrics is like ……wow really. You got rappers still relevant are still social conscious. Common, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Nas, Immortal Technique. You got rappers from the old school that did it when saying the truth was controversy. Public Enemy, NWA, Grandmaster Flash, KRS-1.
I’m just saying the problem that I’ve rolled my eyes at when people praise Macklemore is its coming from those who don’t know hip-hop and don’t want to know hip-hop saying that this is what hip-hop needs.
Just told a co-worker who is going through his bitchassness that I swear he bleeds through his dick. Seriously we have a job to do. Grow up