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ah yes snopp dizzlet doggy dog... another class act and prime example of black civility:

http://www.politopics.com/uploaded_images/snoop-746477.jpg

here posing with his two "ho's" on dog leashes... how dignified and how noble.

I swear to god I don't know WHERE these rumors are started that blacks are brutal, thuggish lowbrow vulgarians.. I DO NOT KNOW...

Snoop is one of the best gangster hip hop artists out there. Most of hip hop is bit-pieces. It's a schtick. It sells records. That is all you need to understand about the music business. It's a genre. Like Nerdcore, done mostly by white geeks/nerds. MC Frontalot, mcchris, SJ the Wordburglar, but More or Less hangs with this bunch.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zWDz2N9ZzE <-- love LOVE this track.

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beyoncé has stated more then once that she writes music for black people and doesn't understand why whites like her albums... to quote her verbatim:

"I make black records. I write records like I speak, and I don't try to change my songs so everyone else likes them "

could it be that Beyoncé is also anti white and racist? hmmm no doubt dancer likes her BECAUSE of this...

yeah a TOTAL class act!

apropos to nothing Lictor talks to himself...

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beyoncé has stated more then once that she writes music for black people and doesn't understand why whites like her albums... to quote her verbatim:

"I make black records. I write records like I speak, and I don't try to change my songs so everyone else likes them "

could it be that Beyoncé is also anti white and racist? hmmm no doubt dancer likes her BECAUSE of this...

yeah a TOTAL class act!

You should change your name to twistedoutpofcontextman.

Here is the Beyonce quote in context

The film, costarring Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy, deals with issues of race in romance and culture — including the compromises a black group has to make in crossing over. Beyoncé says compromise is one thing she doesn’t have in common with Deena Jones. “I make black records,” she says indignantly. “I write records like I speak, and I don’t try to change my songs so everyone else likes them.” It’s a sensitive subject. When Farrah Franklin left Destiny’s Child, she alleged that she’d been told to darken her hair so that Beyoncé would stand out more. A 2005 Vanity Fair cover on which Beyoncé looked particularly fair sparked rumors about digitally altered skin tones.

I'm sure if you have talent, you would not be so disposed to change the sound of your voice to something cultured and intelligent, something it isn't.

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Snoop is one of the best gangster hip hop artists out there. Most of hip hop is bit-pieces. It's a schtick. It sells records. That is all you need to understand about the music business. It's a genre. Like Nerdcore, done mostly by white geeks/nerds. MC Frontalot, mcchris, SJ the Wordburglar, but More or Less hangs with this bunch.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zWDz2N9ZzE <-- love LOVE this track.

ahahaha !!! that's grand... tell you what else sells records in this shtick:

"Now I’m black but black people trip [become upset] ‘cause white people like me; white people like me but don’t like them … I don’t hate whites, I just gotta death wish for motherfuckers that ain’t right”

“Race War”; Ice-T, Home Invasion, 1993, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

“To all my Universal Soldier’s: stay at attention while I strategize an invasion; the mission be ssassination, snipers hitting Caucasians with semi-automatic shots heard around the world; my plot is to control the globe and hold the world hostage … see, I got a war plan more deadlier than Hitler … lyrical specialist, underworld terrorist … keep the unity thick like mud … I pulling out gats [handguns], launching deadly attacks”

“Blood for Blood”; Killarmy, Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, 1997, Wu-Tang Records, Priority Records, The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

here's dre:

“Like my niggas from South Central Los Angeles they found that they couldn’t handle us; Bloods, CRIPS, on the same squad, with the Essays [Latino gangbangers] up, and nigga, it’s time to rob and mob and break the white man off something lovely”

“The Day the Niggaz Took Over”; Dr Dre, The Chronic, 1993, Interscope Records, under Time Warner in 1993.

“Bust a Glock; devils get shot … when God give the word me herd like the buffalo through the neighborhood; watch me blast … I’m killing more crackers than Bosnia-Herzegovina, each and everyday … don’t bust until you see the whites of his eyes, the whites of his skin … Louis Farrakhan … Bloods and CRIPS, and little old me, and we all getting ready for the enemy”

“Enemy”; Ice Cube, Lethal Injection, 1993, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

“Rhymes is rugged like burnt buildings in Harlem; the Ol Dirty Bastard … I’m also militant … snatching devils up by the hair, then cut his head off”

“Cuttin Headz”; Ol Dirty Bastard, Return of the 36 Chambers: the Dirty Version; 1995, Elektra Entertainment, Time Warner, USA.

“Swing by on the pale guy … break him in the neck … the guerrilla with the poison tip … shaking pinky up on a dull-ass ice-pick … this is Lench Mob … devil, what you want to do; when you see the boot, knew your head is hoohoo”

“King of the Jungle”; Da Lench Mob, Planet of da Apes, 1994, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

“Dropping verses, casting curses, throwing these hexes on the devils … respect to Farrakhan, but I’m the jungle-don, the new guerrilla, top-ranked honky killer … what do blacks do; they just keep on blowing devils away … evil fucking cracker … I’m tightening up the laces to my steel-toed boots, so I can walk, stomp; we stomp this devil down in the park”

“Planet of da Apes”; Da Lench Mob, Planet of da Apes, 1994, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

“Deal with the devil with my motherfucking steel [handgun] … white man is something I tried to study, but I got my hands bloody, yeah … I met Farrakhan and had dinner”

“When Will They Shoot”; Ice Cube, The Predator, 1992, Priority Records, Thorn EMI; now called The EMI Group, United Kingdom.

PROJECT PAT: "Still keep the white girl 'cause she is my hook-ahhh"

I mean you could go and on and on...

howabout Jay-Z (beyoncés husband incidentally) and young Jeezy:

being proud to be black... and vowing to keep chasing whites out everywhere... to replace them with ... black people...

oh but we're all suppose to assume that they aren't racist..

or say it was all out of context right Dancer ... .riiight.... whatever right?

while all of you condemn me as one without so much as a comment on anybody,s superiority...

incredible isn't it?

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Lictor

What you posted are complete dope rhymes. If you think that there is only one type of black music, I got a surprise for you. Rock and roll was invented by guess who .. DA BLACKS!!

And Jay-Z is just horrible, when compared to Wu-Tang and Ice-T(used to listen to him a alot when I was younger). But in the end you agree it is a schtick to sell records. That is why it is called GANSTA RAP ... and not to mention there is a ton of hip hop that is targeted towards blacks. Like gunnin other brothas down because of a bad crack deal. :D

Now I am going to give you this .... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prussian_Blue_(duo)

These are not adults, they are little white kids. To me this is way more dangerous than your examples.

But let's get back to the topic shall we?? One of my fave outrages is our good ol tennis star Macenroe

YOU CAN"T BE SERIOUS !!!! Such a classic.

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What you posted are complete dope rhymes. If you think that there is only one type of black music, I got a surprise for you. Rock and roll was invented by guess who .. DA BLACKS!!

And Jay-Z is just horrible, when compared to Wu-Tang and Ice-T(used to listen to him a alot when I was younger). But in the end you agree it is a schtick to sell records. That is why it is called GANSTA RAP ... and not to mention there is a ton of hip hop that is targeted towards blacks. Like gunnin other brothas down because of a bad crack deal. :D

Now I am going to give you this .... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prussian_Blue_(duo)

These are not adults, they are little white kids. To me this is way more dangerous than your examples.

But let's get back to the topic shall we?? One of my fave outrages is our good ol tennis star Macenroe

YOU CAN"T BE SERIOUS !!!! Such a classic.

yes okay and mozart was also black.. I know the litany as well as anyone...

but my obvious point was... despite dope lyrics, these artists aren't shy at stating their open dislike and often VIOLENT hatred of white people in general... and no ONE (of course especially not you ghosthacked!) challenged them on it or even much less CARES...

my point is that a white person saying these things about blacks... is simply committing suicide (career or ACTUAL suicide) once again, proof of the glaring double standards that everyone pretends to not notice... just as in this instance of anti-white bigotry where Kanye was doubtless motivated by some hatred of white people... and thought that the black artist deserved it better.

and thatnk you for teaching about this group called Prussian blue... apparently when white girls sing about being true to their race... what happens? the parents are put on trial and in danger of losing custody of their two daughters...

The girls are ridiculed and the parents seen as bizarre ogres...

"The duo were also featured in a 2006 issue of Bernard Goldberg's book 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America."

now a coupla ghetto kids stating similar opinions (not directly hating and insulting blacks .. but merely saying they love their black people would result in NO such outrage by the media.. in fact it would be seen as cute and nice...

such as this "poet"... celebrated for her racial bigotry and anti-white hatred:

again thank you for illustrating the double standard that permeates nearly every element in 21st century north america.

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Wish I could have a melt down on occassion. I suppose it is reserved for the young. My meltdown days are long past - I just slowly boil on low like water melting candle wax. :rolleyes: Just don't spill the was on the fire.. I wonder if I have a meltdown left in me..? :lol: I doubt it...like it says in the movie..It is a fool who seeks revenge quickly" Meltdowns are anti-slow to anger situations...and mature people are very slow to anger..In fact I don't get angry anymore.....I must be melted away... :lol:

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One of the all time meltdowns, from earlier this year.

"American Psycho" Christian Bale goes ballistic after the cinematographer wanders through the set while Bale is filming a scene for "Terminator: Salvation".

(warning, continuous swearing.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrvMTv_r8sA

(and, the dance remix! continuous, rhythmic swearing.)

-k

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yes of course, it's not like black women are at all generally seen as notoriously loud, obnoxious, impolite and hugely rude... no no no lets keep looking at the ground...

Although TV sit-coms would have you believe black women will be wandering around waving their fingers in peoples faces, snapping their fingers and shouting "oh no you di-int!" and "oh snap!" and "uh-uh, girlfriend!" and inane crap like that, that doesn't actually make it real.

That is a stereotype, one that a few black comediennes have made a pile of money from promoting. (much the same way more than a few blondes have made a pile of money playing dumb.)

And, even if rude and obnoxious behavior from black women were one of those stereotypes that might have a kernel of truth behind it ... it doesn't have any bearing on Beyonce Knowles.

This is a woman who has been on stage since she was a child, raised in a well-off family who had her in singing and dancing and pageants as soon as she was old enough to walk. She absolutely knows how to conduct herself with people watching, because she has been doing it her whole life.

She was quite clearly stunned at what West did. I see no reason to doubt the sincerity of her gesture towards Swift.

And as a general comment, I think it is very sad that losers (Serena Williams, Kanye West) have received so much more attention than winners (Knowles and Clijsters) this past week.

-k

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While West is a true asshole, I thought what Beyonce did later in the show was splendid. Beyonce Knowles, who has a whole shed full of those awards, won another later in the show, and rather than make an acceptance speech of her own, remarked that winning her first at age 17 was very special for her, and invited Swift on stage so that she could have her moment.

While some celebrities are selfish idiots, there are some who aren't.

One does not make it to the top of the heap in athletics without an intense drive to win, and more often than not a healthy dose of ego to go along with it. Williams' got the better of her.

What Clijsters accomplished bears special mention, however: she quits tennis for 2 years, has a baby, and in her first tournament back after her hiatus, she beats both Williams sisters, plus knocks off a top-ranked opponent in the final, on the way to winning the US Open. If you wrote a script like that for a movie, they'd reject it as being unrealistic.

As well, Kim Clijsters becomes the first mom since Yvonne Goolagong (in 1980) to win one of the major tennis events.

-k

Agreed, Beyonce did the right thing. In reality, West crapped on her more than he did Swift.

Clijsters did something amazing, too bad the histrionics overshadowed it to some degree. I certainly wouldn't put Williams in the same category as McEnroe, a great player I couldn't bear to watch because he could be such an embarrassment. Sure like him as a commentator though, think he does an excellent job.

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Agreed, Beyonce did the right thing. In reality, West crapped on her more than he did Swift.

Clijsters did something amazing, too bad the histrionics overshadowed it to some degree. I certainly wouldn't put Williams in the same category as McEnroe, a great player I couldn't bear to watch because he could be such an embarrassment. Sure like him as a commentator though, think he does an excellent job.

YOU CAN"T BE SERIOUS !!!!

Could not resist. :D

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