His new album Google That is out now.. Click the title for details..
New location for my 'home' barbershop. Read the post for details
New REMIX ALBUM coming 2/13/13 from them..Read posts for details..
If you don't know about Ms. Evans, GET FAMILIAR DAMMIT. She can SPIT.. Period.
Aka Mrs. Carolinaware's Own R.I.P. Rest In Power pretty gal..
Sunday, February 28, 2010
There are two in my household now and I know of at least four of my followers who have them SO, I will put up some Apps for it that I think people might want to use.
Here is the link to some of the rest..No, I didn't write these...
The best of the several comparison-shopping applications for Android, ShopSavvy lets you take a picture of a bar code on a product box with the phone's camera, and then churns out prices for the product from various retailers along with reviews from online shopping sites.
Pandora Radio 1.1.2
The Weather Channel 2.1.5
If you came over from Facebook, again my apologies for having to pull the feed there. I was debating doing so for awhile now. This will work out better though if you just come STRAIGHT here to begin with. I must tell you though, many of my posts were actually not 'pulled' straight to Facebook for a majority of reasons. Two of which were content and at my own personal barometer of what I wanted to show up in my timeline. I say that to say that the site is 'balls out'. I don't hold back here so some things you missed you are gonna see. Whether you decide to keep come visiting is your decision, not mine. If you decide to stay, welcome! If you do not, thanks for coming and see you when I see you.
There is no 'full disclosure' in this video. A few stills but I am assuming they have 'more' which is why they are demanding money. I tell you, fools are desperate. I am sure some of you out there would do the same thing to her though so I am probably not preaching to the choir. Just like these people though, when that Karma train comes whistling back down the track, I don't wanna hear no bitching. It knows no names and hears no claims.
I mean, I can't act like seeing her this way is not something that I would not want. Just not like this. I hate that it had to happen like this. I don't blame her though if she did not pay and that is why they got leaked. (Waits for the 'She leaked them herself' brigade to fall through..) Riddle me this 'She leaked them herself' brigade? If she did, why did she include a pic of her with cleanser on her face? To make it look more authentic? lol smh. I tell you, you conspiracy theorists out there don't believe anything but yet won't call into question the authenticity of the motives of the mofos destroying your VERY NEIGHBORHOODS with crime and the like or question yourself as to why you keep ending up in questionable situations. As you were though...
Here is the video. It is NOT SAFE FOR WORK/stick in the mud spouses/or for your children to see so no opening this in wide open spaces aight?
Yeah, I was glued to the TV last night. I had to mute it a couple of times but eh....Can't have it all. The hips and the 'Lo' are back baby.Skits 6 & 7 are were you can get your proof... Marc, I need you to help her make better songs. Get back with Darkchild or something Jenny. I have your first two albums. I could deal with those. Understand you are a new mother and all but don't get 'saintly' on us now...
( I see you laughing @ those of you saying 'Yeah right, like she is reading this shit....You'd be surprised who reads what. Stars often refer to the 'blogs' so. We are the only ones at this point besides the fans who can keep it all the way honest...
Sidenote Update: Like I told you, THEY LOOK. @ THE BLOGS..lol Someone pulled the vids ALREADY. So I will show you what she is trying to hide in photo from about a week ago or so...They are probably gonna keep pulling these vids. I will update as I can. They have done it to me three times already..The Nun video and her doing the office skit are the ones that keep getting pulled of course. Jenny tell your reps that you have an ethnic following please. Thanks....
I told you the boy Meek was about to do it big too. More is coming from that lil video that I put up and this track.
Saturday, February 27, 2010
The country is home to the world's largest earthquake recorded EVER at 9.5 so they do have some idea of how to handle the situation. Still and all, they need help and prayer. As a result of this earthquake, basically any piece of land in the Pacific is in danger. Hawaii included. Hence the Hawaii link below.
Sidenote: I hear a lot of you talking about the 'U.S' doing its part/when are they going to do 'its part' or the infamous 'when is the U.S. going to 'take responsibility/notice/whatever. There is a book out there that kinda predicted this...#justsayin' I don't wanna come off all 'the sky is falling'ish but lets slow down on the finger pointing. It was written. Also, if you REALLY feel that way about your country, Mexico and Canada are right there. Go ahead and take that walk homie. I am a lil tired of the cookie cutter comments about all of this somehow being 'our fault'. Last I checked, we didn't 'create fault lines. Yes, we have POLLUTED THE EARTH. We aren't the only ones doing it. Stop acting like that....
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Friday, February 26, 2010
A banger for sure...
One could take the 'he is disrespecting her' approach things. You know the whole 'If he cared about her he wouldn't 'let' the World see her like that....' or the whole 'He is pimpin' her out take.
Then there is my way of looking at it. Thanks 'Ye. She is grown. You are grown. It isn't my business other than to enjoy it for what it is. Not my business why. The end. (At least for me.)
Link to his blog here...http://www.kanyewest.com/
I wonder who is going to trade with them for Cromartie? Decisions..decisions...decisions out there in San Diego.
For the second time in a week, a major turnover has affected the San Diego's backfield.
AFC West blog
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In the same week the Chargers decided to release running back LaDainian Tomlinson, they also opted not to tender running back Darren Sproles, freeing him to leave the team in free agency without any compensation, said a source close to the situation.
Had the Chargers wanted to retain Sproles' rights, they would have had to tender him with an offer of nearly $7.3 million for the coming season by March 4. But San Diego deemed that price too high, giving its running back the chance to test free agency. San Diego still would like to re-sign him, and it could, but it will face competition from other teams.
Now San Diego's backfield is expected to take on a significantly different look next season, whether or not Sproles returns.
Tomlinson will not be back and there is a decent chance Sproles will not be, either. San Diego is expected to look to free agency, trades and the draft in an effort to rebuild its backfield. Free agent running backs such as Minnesota's Chester Taylor and Pittsburgh's Willie Parker would have to view San Diego's offense as appealing.
Declining to tender Sproles is one of many significant issues facing the Chargers this offseason. San Diego still must figure out a way to keep free-agent wide receivers Vincent Jackson and Malcom Floyd, decide what it wants to do with linebacker Shawne Merriman, and find a trade partner for cornerback Antonio Cromartie.
CBS News has confirmed that White House Social Secretary Desiree Rogers plans to step down next month.
Rogers told the Chicago Sun-Times, which first reported the story, that she plans "to explore opportunities in the corporate world." Her possible resignation had been the subject of rumors for months.
A former corporate executive, Rogers took criticism for her role in Tareq and Michaele Salahi and Carlos Allen's unauthorized entry into a state dinner amid reports that the White House did not have staff at security checkpoints. The White House turned down the House Homeland Security Committee when it requested she testify about her role in the incident.
The Chicago native and longtime friend of the Obamas has been working to make the White House more of a "people's house" and has presided over 330 events in her time there, according to Sun-Times.
She said she "completed that work," telling the newspaper that "our office has been able to lay the foundation for what will be known as the 'people's house' and it has already taken shape."
You may remember her from this incident...
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See, I knew I was missing something. I had to go back and find where I started this post at thanks to my gal E & 2dopeboyz. (See how I did that? I can admit I don't 'know'/find EVERYTHING. Not enough hours in the day to do that...Try it sometimes. It is called HUMILITY. I will wait for your favorite rapper to use it so you can misuse the word.)
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Enjoy it! Link second link if first one is down
"Let me first start off by saying John, the campaign is over..."- Barack Obama to John McCain
Yeah, he was sonning cats yesterday.
Jon Stewart breaks down the Health Care Summit. If you don't wanna watch all six hours, just watch the highlights...
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
|Bipartisan Health Care Reform Summit 2010|
Again, if you can spend your time watching mindless bullshit but wanna complain about how shit is, then you can take the time to watch this. Here is the video of the Summit. Yes, I am talking to you if you think I am. Since you think you know every thing. Stop relying on your favorite rapper/actor/sports figures/entertainers for your point of view. Get your own. Or are you gonna wait for Nas/MC Underground to tell you how you should feel?
Part 2 of the Summit in case you missed it...
The standard Cayenne is powered by a new 300-hp V6 with an eight-speed automatic transmission, while Cayenne S models get the same 4.8-liter V8 with power upped to 400-hp. Acceleration in the Cayenne S should be drastically improved thanks to an overall curb weight that has been reduced by 400 lbs. As for the Turbo, it makes 500-hp from a twin-turbo version of the 4.8-liter V8.
Also bowing for 2011 is a new Cayenne S Hybrid – the brand’s first production hybrid model. Like the pre-production model tested recently, it gets a 3.o-liter V6 engine that supercharged and mated to a 47-hp electric motor for a total of 380-hp and 427 ft-lbs of torque. Porsche claims the Cayenne S Hybrid can travel up to 40 mph on just electric power and can cruise on pure electric power at speeds of up to 97 mph.
Thanks to new technology and significantly reduced curb weights, all Cayenne models get improvements in fuel economy. Porsche hasn’t released fuel economy stats for the Hybrid Cayenne yet though.
The overall size of the new Cayenne has increased from the first-gen model, with a wheelbase that has been extended by 1.6-inches and a 1.9-inch longer overall length. Inside there’s plenty of Panamera-inspired updates.
(Sits back and watches people get upset over basically nothing)
Again, the law breaking part I can see them looking into but I am not 'mad' about it? Evidently, I am in the minority. They won the gold. In their country. They are gonna celebrate a little bit. Canadians like to party last time I checked. This should be of no surprise.
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Updated Feb 25, 2010 2:58 PM ET
Truth is, female sports broadcasters and writers should rally around suspended ESPN PTI gabber Tony Kornheiser.
What's all this about?
ESPN commentator Tony Kornheiser made some controversial remarks about a recent outfit worn by colleague Hannah Storm. Full story...
At the root of his crude humor about Hannah Storm’s SportsCenter attire was a courageous defense of Chris McKendry, Linda Cohn, Suzy Kolber, Michele Tafoya, Sage Steele, Shelley Smith, Lisa Salters, Rachel Nichols, Holly Rowe and all the other female broadcasters/reporters who do magnificent work on the Worldwide Leader without masquerading as Tiger bait.
No doubt, Kornheiser’s Storm blast wasn’t calculated or even intended to be heard by his bosses at ESPN. And if not for the blog, Thebiglead.com, listening to and reporting two days after the broadcast of Kornheiser’s spontaneous radio riff about Storm’s wardrobe, Kornheiser’s two-week ESPN suspension would’ve never happened.
Sometimes people do the right thing by accident. Sometimes our inability to control our instincts gives us a level of courage we don’t normally have. Kornheiser has never been short on savvy or backbone. Intentionally or unintentionally, he slammed a worthy target.
The outfit that caused the whole storm to begin with.
“Hannah Storm in a horrifying, horrifying outfit today,” Kornheiser said on his Washington, D.C., radio show last week. “She’s got on red go-go boots and a Catholic school plaid skirt way too short for somebody in her 40s or maybe early 50s by now. She’s got on her typically very, very, very tight shirt. She looks like she has sausage casing wrapping around her upper body. I know she’s very good, and I’m not supposed to be critical of ESPN people, so I won’t. But Hannah Storm, come on now. Stop. What are you doing? She’s what I would call a Holden Caulfield fantasy at this point.”
The Caulfield analogy basically implies that the 47-year-old Storm went on air looking like a cross between a hooker and a stripper.
Why did she? Only Storm knows for sure, but I’ll speculate.
A. She’s still outraged about learning she’s the lone, moderately attractive white woman in North America not propositioned by Tiger Woods.
B. Thought it was Take Your Granddaughter’s Clothes To Work Day.
C. Had a post-work brainstorming session scheduled with Bristol ladies man Hammerin’ Hank Goldberg.
D. All of the above.
Whatever the cause, Hannah Montana Storm’s hey-look-at-me costumes are potentially problematic for ESPN. The network does an amazing, commendable and often-overlooked job of employing a diverse and talented on-air workforce. It’s a potpourri reflective of the sports world it covers.
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Storm, in her area of expertise, is as talented as anyone at the network. However, she should not be allowed to audition for Erin Andrews’ Sideline Barbie job while sitting/standing in the anchor chair.
It’s not fair to McKendry, Cohn, Steele, Dana Jacobson and all the rest. It infringes on their brand. The anchor chair is for broadcasters -- male and female -- who want to be taken seriously and judged solely on their clever delivery and ability to ask pertinent questions.
ESPN has always done a marvelous job of identifying and presenting credible female anchors.
This past Sunday, Storm took things a step further, going Johnny Gill on The Sports Reporters -- slipping on a tiny red dress, high heels, bare legs that dangled out of TV sets across America and making men and women say “My, my, my.”
I watched the whole show hoping for a Sharon Stone-"Basic Instinct" moment.
Do I think ESPN was wrong for suspending Kornheiser?
Kornheiser, one of ESPN’s most visible employees, basically called a female co-worker a hooker and a stripper. Gloria Allred is making a living these days demanding apologies for porn stars and extorting the men who rubbed them the wrong way. A smart ESPN lawyer recognized that if the network took no action against Kornheiser, the company was vulnerable to charges that Storm and other female employees work in a sexually hostile environment.
It doesn’t matter that Storm was allegedly satisfied with Kornheiser’s public and private apologies. ESPN executives have to concern themselves with future hypothetical situations involving Storm and every other female employee. ESPN, especially given its well-earned reputation as a giant male frat house, has to position itself as progressive on female workplace issues.
Furthermore, the network is sort of consistent in policing its employees from doing anything publicly that damages a fellow employee. I ran into this problem when I worked for the network. I couldn’t contain my disdain for Mike Lupica’s phony, arrogant shtick or Scoop Jackson’s ghetto posturing. I shared my views knowing full well it would likely end my relationship with ESPN.
Kornheiser is in a power position. As the co-host of ESPN’s best show, he shared his views on Storm realizing it might lead to a short, unpaid vacation. Kornheiser is no victim. He’s a 61-year-old, outspoken rebel who is always going to occasionally clash with management. It’s who he is. It’s what he does. It’s why he’s popular.
The suspension will ultimately prove to be good for Kornheiser’s brand and ESPN’s.
The network is part of the establishment. Too many of its talking heads don’t have the freedom to say what they really think for fear of getting sideways with a newsmaker ESPN might soon need.
Kornheiser’s fearlessness gives the illusion that ESPN is reluctantly tolerant of the truth.
This is going to dominate the news for a minute so you might want to bone up on it so you can discuss it.
Jon Stewart killing 'em again....smh.
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
I mean I am guessing Rasheed has seen Bill Walker dunk a time a two..@ the beginning of this highlight...
Vince Carter must be feeling REALLY good back home in Florida.....86 foot shot..
A 25-year-old Edison, N.J., man has been charged with kidnapping and endangering his 20-month-old daughter, who was abandoned at a Newark gas station Sunday, according to the Middlesex County, N.J., Prosecutor Office.
Earlier: Police learn name of girl abandoned in Delaware
Dwayne Jackson was charged today in Middlesex County, N.J., and is being held there on $750,000 bail.
Newark police have a warrant for Jackson's arrest, charging him with first-degree reckless endangering for locking the girl in the bathroom of the Shell service station at 804 S. College Ave.
The child was identified as Jackson’s daughter after her photograph was published in The News Journal and elsewhere, according to Jim O'Neill, spokesman for Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office. The child, who had been living with her mother in North Brunswick, N.J., remains in Delaware with her foster family.
Officials did not release the girl’s name. The identity of her mother also was withheld due to the ongoing nature of the investigation, they said.
O’Neill’s statement did not say if the mother was the victim of an apparent homicide whose body was found burning Monday in Ramapo, N.Y. Police there linked the girl to the victim but did not offer details.
The young woman’s charred corpse was found just before 5:38 a.m. by two newspaper carriers in the parking lot of Manny Weldler Town Park off West Maple Avenue. Ramapo Detective Lt. Brad Weidel said investigators don’t have a positive identification on the woman. When asked about the link to the child found in Delaware, Weidel said information on that would come from the Middlesex County, N.J., prosecutor's office.
Ramapo is about 66 miles from New Brunswick, N.J., seat of Middlesex County. Newark, Del., is about 100 miles from New Brunswick.
If the child found in Newark is connected to the woman found in Ramapo, the case has similarities to the Rosario DiGirolamo case, where a screaming child was found in the Christiana Hospital parking lot in June 2007. A note identified the boy as "John Vincent."
Authorities later learned the boy's actual name was was Michael DiGirolamo — the son of 25-year-old Amy Giordano of Hightstown, N.J. Her dismembered body was found in a pond in Staten Island, N.Y., in March 2008. Rosario DiGirolamo was charged in New Jersey with killing Giordano, his mistress. He is awaiting trial.
01. Illumination (Produced by Benjamin Plant)
02. Number One (feat. Jay Rock) (Produced by S-type)
03. Murder (Produced by by TN2 Productions)
04. This is Me (Produced by L.A. The Craftzman & Feb 9)
05. Wall to Wall (Produced. by Benjamin Plant)
06. Want It All (Produced by Feb 9)
07. Vintage Futuristic 2 (featuring Funkghost) (Produced by M-Phazes)
08. Flashback (Produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)
09. Shining (Produced by 9th Wonder)
10. My Chick (feat. Dion Primo) (Produced by Benjamin Plant)
11. Hold You Down (Produced by DJ Khalil)
12. Hustle (feat. Mason Caine) (Produced by L.A. The Craftzman & Feb 9)
13. Colors (I Don’t Care) (feat. Calvin Harris) (Produced by Calvin Harris)
14. So Nice (feat. Jason Caesar) (Produced by S1 and Caleb for S.K.P.) (Co-produced by Apple Juice Kid)
15. We Like It (Produced by Da Honorable C.N.O.T.E.)
16. Rock and Roll Survival (Produced by Cruiser)
17. Run Away (Prod. by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League)
Late on this on as far as posting but not on listening.
01. Jordan 3’s
02. SMASH On O’Leary
04. Bout It
05. Fat Raps (feat. Chip Tha Ripper & Big Sean)
06. Racing Stripes (feat. Dom Kennedy)
07. 17.5 Cannons
08. The Candy Lady’s Crib…
09. Yet Another Story…
10. I Don’t Fucks With Them (feat. Nipsey Hussle & Wiz Khalifa)
11. Monte Carlo Music
12. Real Muh Fuggin Jets
13. Lemon Kush
14. 187 On A Beat
15. Damier Doobies
17. Invincible Jets
18. Count My Money (High Talk)
19. Audio Dope
20. Life Under The Scope
21. Stay Up
What video you ask? This one... http://thewarehous.blogspot.com/2010/02/i-didnt-find-thisbtw-so-i-cant-take.html
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
, "She looks like she has sausage casing wrapping around her upper body ... I know she's very good, and I'm not supposed to be critical of ESPN people, so I won't ... but Hannah Storm ... come on now! Stop! What are you doing? ... She's what I would call a Holden Caulfield fantasy at this point."
Yikes. Tony is the co-host of Pardon The Interruption of ESPN by the way. No, he didn't say it on their show either. He did on his blog radio joint. I mean, I suppose some action was warranted. I woulda just preferred it been a 'stern talking to' from her husband and let him handle alladat. Alas, Big Brother has stepped in. I wonder if SHE was really that broken up about it? (Waits to see what her response to the controversy was....)