(Music Video) Bobby Dime$ X Driver's Seat prod. by Sap

His new album Google That is out now.. Click the title for details..

Depression: Sometimes, it is THAT BAD..

This is personal btw.. Not what I heard.. What I saw..

Suite 302/Carolinaware's Own are one..

New location for my 'home' barbershop. Read the post for details

I've walked that walk with someone..

Personal true story... Hope it helps someone.

The Foreign Exchange X New Music X So What If It Is...

New REMIX ALBUM coming 2/13/13 from them..Read posts for details..

JAMLA RECORDS x RAPSODY X IN THE TOWN FT. NOMSA MAZWAI

If you don't know about Ms. Evans, GET FAMILIAR DAMMIT. She can SPIT.. Period.

CAROLINAWARE'S TWITTER 2 X.. @OneoftheMs

Aka Mrs. Carolinaware's Own R.I.P. Rest In Power pretty gal..

Friday, April 30, 2010

Us letting him go starting to make more sense to you now?? Santonio Holmes


No. Okay...Take his latest little 'dust up'...

I am actually rooting for the young man too 'cause he is TALENTED. I think he needs to grow up a bit though. Can you imagine what a night is going to be with him and Braylon? lol

Link. More here...:


PITTSBURGH -- Former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Santonio Holmes had to be escorted off a plane Thursday night at Pittsburgh International Airport, investigators said.

Channel 11 News reporter Renee Kaminski said the incident happened shortly after 9 p.m. Investigators said Holmes wasn't arrested but was escorted off the plane for what they call being a "disruptive passenger."

The plane was docked at Gate D77 when a "disturbance" involving an iPod and refusal to comply with flight crew demands was reported, investigators said.

More Android stuff....Want one with a full QWERTY keyboard ? Meet the LG Ally (formerly the Aloha)

Snapdragon processor 2.1 processor (supposedly the fastest Droid processor yet)

480×800 AMOLED, a 5MP camera, and 720p video

FULL QWERTY KEYBOARD.

5.0 megapixel phone

Coming in July/August. Probably sooner.


You know, I grew up using Apple computers as a kid..(Jon Stewart saying what I was going to say)

I am almost ashamed though since they do shit like this...Like Jon, I had an AppleIIe..A MacIntosh. I mean, I had 'em all...

I don't think it was an accident it was left personally but if it wasn't still..This is shameful.

I will let Jon explain..



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It is Fun Friday here...Don't mind us...Olivia Watts, Mileena Hayes and Vanessa Veasley

Enjoy it.













Video of Vanessa Veasley and Dizney

Just a look back at Amber Rose...No biggie..

This isn't 'new'..I think we all know what she used to look like now don't we?

Well if you don't you do now...





Hood Politics- Jeezy (unreleased from Trap or Die 2) Video

I do like that he shot a video for it.


Thursday, April 29, 2010

YahZarah..Purple St. James..May 4th..Don't forget....





Download the free sampler here...

She has a GORGEOUS VOICE. She sings with grace and elegance. Of course, she is not too bad on the eye either. I am sure you have seen her in other clips I have put up with Foreign Exchange. She has been bubbling for a minute so this is long over due.



Oh you have never heard of her? Well, your favorite artists have...Here is E. Badu introducing her as she preps to sing 'You Don't Have To Worry About A Thing'.



Now that I have your attention...



Drake- Find Your Love ( Produced by Kanye West)

.........(Insert witty comment here)

Rosa Acosta..Black Men Magazine...Behind the Scenes..Vibe pictures (Short hair)













Some pics from the Black Men shoot....











Short hair Vibe pictures.





Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Had someone ask for the Run Ricky Run joint..



The boy has been balling since he came back to the League by the way. I enjoyed this doc....


Courtesy of Jose3030

Wow @ this Puerto Rican funeral home. Man 'presented' on his bike.




I mean just wow...I guess if it was his wish you have to honor it.



Not their first time though...

Stop pushing people in the back then & work on your footwork Dwight! @ being fined for blog comment.


He was fined 35K for this little tidbit. I will say I think the fine was excessive but the comments were pretty close to being silly. Only 'cause we already know you feel that way Dwight. The frustration is CLEAR ON YOUR FACE when they make the calls.


"I'm not looking to say anything to get myself in trouble with the league, but I just don't see other star players getting called for fouls the way I get them. No star player in the league is outta games the way I am.

Stacey Dash on the set of Rick Ross's new video...Super High







Ross is stepping it up again...



Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Focus- The Avant Garde Project...

He did a live ustream last night to preview the album. Very impressive. I am looking forward to this on May 4th.

In case you DON'T KNOW WHO HE IS...Let me give you some examples of what he has done so you can get familiar. (Here is a hint: You are gonna be like "Oh he did THAT TRACK? Damm, I know him...") Former producer for Aftermath...Son of former 'Chic' bassist the late Bernard Edwards.

Marsha Ambrosius


Interview




Truth Hurts! I loved this joint too..




Where I am From- The Game




He is also featured on YahZarah's The Ballad Of Purple St. James album..Out on the same day ironically..Peep the track with Darien Brockington....



Album is handed in. @ Drake. Should be out for those to hat...I mean critique soon.

Now if it is bad, it is bad. So I won't be mad at that and the residual of it being bad. He has a Lebron hill to climb though at this point in my opinion though so the contingent that are hoping it is bad is strong. If it is not 'off the charts' it will be perceived as bad.


Old school says he murdered it. New school says it is 'okay'. Despicable- Eminem freestyle



Digging the Daffy Duck reference by the way....




Your thoughts?

I was a little busy so

Mine? I don't have to 'hate' Drake to love Em doing his thing on the track. Those are my thoughts. I do find it funny that no one is commenting on what he did to the OTHER track included on this freestyle. Which I kinda thought was iller. I also take in consideration the styles of the MCs involved and expectations. I am not expecting Drake to 'save hiphop' like some of you were. @ all the hurt feelings about him doing a certain type of music now. He did the track and did a fine job to me on the original. Em came back and did a good job too. That is about where it ends for me.


Anyway, that's my opinion. Don't expect you to share it.




As you were....


In case you are too young/too cool to know the reference...

Peedi Crack speaking on Jay-Z, blowing advances and more..

I will just let him speak on it.

Courtesy of HipHopbeef.com

Arizona is the meth lab of democracy....Jon Stewart.


(Chuckles) By the time I get to Arizona- Chuck D...


You know you have gone to far when former Colorado Rep. (Republican) Tom Crancredo criticizes you. Same cat who called Miami 'a third world country'...

This man put a picture up of Dora and said 'What do you do?" @ stopping her and arresting her. Wyatt's skit is classic. 'I'd stop me too Jon, I could be Dominican.'


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Geico dude gets fired. (No, seriously...lol)

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Monday, April 26, 2010

J.Cole -Who Dat

Here he is performing it live..In NYC...




Studio

New T.I. Video.....I'm Back

The Game- Red Room (mixtape) DJ Skee





Tracklisting:

1- 400 Bars (The Skeemix)
2- Ha Ha ft. Nipsey Hussle
3- The Professionals ft. Menace, Maad Maxx, Kanary Diamonds
4- Revolver Or The Semi ft. Mysonne
5- Drop The World ft. Kanary Diamonds
6- Never Stop Hustlin ft. Fabolous
7- Gangsta
8- Gangs Of New York ft. Jadakiss & Jim Jones
9- Trippin ft. Kanary Diamonds
10- Everything Red ft. Lil Wayne & Birdman
11- First Lady ft. Kanary Diamonds
12- Lowrider ft. Busta Rhymes
13- It Must Be Me ft. Pharrell
14- Maad Maxxx Freestyle
15- Dopeman ft. XO
16- Diamonds ft. K-Young
17- Heartbreak Hotel ft. Diddy
18- Slangin Rocks
19- Shake (TRV$ Remix)
Bonus Track

Link

It is 'cut' time I see...Hovan, A. Thomas in N.E., Faneca....more.

So far it is

John Henderson DT (Jax)
Adalius Thomas (New England) He will end up with the Jets, watch.
Chris Hovan DT (Tampa Bay)


Among others..

Wonder who is next...

See what I mean? @ AZ Truck driver arrested......

I mean, in THEORY, it sounds legit but are they REALLY going to go after EVERY ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT regardless as to how they look? Probably not...

T.I. visits school and causes an uproar....

"“I thought about asking a guy who snorted cocaine and got arrested for DUI when he was 30 to come and speak to our kids, but President George W. Bush was unavailable..- Principal of the middle school in response to a parent's angry letter.



T.I. visited a middle school to talk to the kids about bullying, staying in school and the like. I know you can't please all of the people all of the time and he DOES HAVE A RECORD. understand that. He also known and sometimes, hearing it from a guy who has been through some things helps. Especially if he is a hometown guy, as was the case with T.I. as this school was in Atlanta.

The quote in the title is the principal's response to the an angry letter he got in regards to T.I.'s record and visit.


Link

M.I.A. -Born Free

Soldiers. Hostages and more. Dope video..


M.I.A, Born Free from ROMAIN-GAVRAS on Vimeo.

Lose My Mind- Young Jeezy ft. Plies

Oh your favorite player didn't get drafted in the NFL Draft? He might have signed as a Free Agent. Here are some of them..

Packers
Quinn Porter, RB, Stillman
Nick McDonald, OL, Grand Valley State
Frank Zombo, DE, CMU
Sam Shields, CB, Miami
John Russell, DL, Wake Forest
Tim Knicky, DE, Stephen F. Austin
Jeff Moturi, WR, UTEP
Chris Campbell, OT, Eastern Illinois
Alex Joseph, LB, Temple
Noah Shepard, QB, South Dakota
Robert Vaughn, S, UConn
Bobby Rome, FB, North Carolina
Chastin West, WR, Fresno State
Tory Harrison, RB, Southern Miss (Tryout)
E.J. Morton-Green, WR, Morgan State (Tryout)
Shawn Gore, WR, Bishop (Tryout)
Mike Aguayo, OL, UTEP (Tryout)


Browns
Auston English, DE, Oklahoma
Casey Bender, OT, SDSU
Jon Dempsey, LB, Louisville
Chris Chancellor, CB, Clemson
Troy Wagner, TE, Indiana
Joel Reinders, OL, Waterloo
Willie Walker, DE, California (PA)
Eryk Anders, LB, Alabama
Daniel Howard, DE/LB, Texas Tech
James Develin, DE Brown (Tryout)




49ers
Shay Hodge, WR, Ole Miss
Scott Long, WR, Louisville
Chris Maragos, S, UW
Patrick Stoudamire, DB, W. Illinois
Jared Perry, WR, Missouri
Jarrett Brown, QB, WVU
Leroy Vann, KR, FAMU
Tramaine Brock, DB, Belhaven
Keaton Kristick, OLB, Oregon State

Bears
Juice Williams, QB, Illinois (Tryout)
Greg Mathews, WR, Michigan
Quentin Scott, S, UNI
Freddie Barnes, WR, Bowling Green
Desi Cullen, P, UConn (Tryout)
Matt Mayberry, LB, Indiana
Jimmy Saddler-McQueen, DL, TAMUK
Cornelius Brown, CB, UTEP
Brandon Minor, RB, Michigan
Blaze Soares, LB, Hawaii
Lawrence Wilson, DE, OSU
Levi Horn, OT, Montana
Antonio Robinson, WR, Nicholls State
Barry Turner, DE, Nebraska
Tim Walter, C, CSU
Craig Carey, TE, Cinci (Tryout)

Bengals
Mike Windt, LS, Cinci
Jeff Cottam, TE, Tennessee
Mikell Simpson, RB, Virginia
Bryan Evans, S, Georgia
Cordera Eason, FB, Ole Miss
Jeromy Miles, S, UMass
Vincent Rey, LB, Duke
Joe Tronzo, FB, Louisville
Rahim Alem, DE, LSU

Bills
John Destin, CB, Tulsa
Naaman Roosevelt, WR, Buffalo
Donald Jones, WR, Youngstown St.
Joique Bell, RB, Wayne State
Stephan Virgil, CB, Virginia Tech
Brett Johnson, S, Cal
Antonio Coleman, DE/OLB, Auburn
David Nelson, WR, Florida
Dominique Harris, S, Temple
Sean Allen, C/G, ECU
Jorge Guerra, OL, TAMUK
Cordaro Howard, OL, Georgia Tech

Broncos
Patrick Honeycutt, WR, Middle Tenn. State
Nathan Overbay, TE, Eastern Washington
Jaron Baston, DT, Missouri
Michael Palmer, TE, Clemson
Chris Marinelli, OT, Stanford
Marcellus Bowman, S, Boston College
Riar Geer TE Colorado
Chris Brown, RB, Oklahoma
Ben Garland, DE, Air Force
Michael Shumard, OG, Texas A&M
Alric Arnett, WR, West Virginia
Cassius Vaughn, CB, Ole Miss
Toney Baker, RB, NC State
Kyle McCarthy, S, Notre Dame
Kevin Alexander, OLB, Clemson
Paul Duncan, OL, Notre Dame
Rockeed McCarter, WR, JMU


Buccaneers
Hunter Lawrence, K, Texas
Brandon Gillbeaux, DE, Delaware
Jevan Snead, QB, Ole Miss
Rico McCoy, LB, Tennessee
Sergio Render, OG, Virginia Tech
Ryan Reeves, LB, Wayne State
Preston Parker, WR, North Alabama/Florida St.
Jared Zwilling, C, Purdue
Derek Hardman, OT, Eastern Kentucky
Jeron Mastrud, TE, Kansas St.
Jamar Bryant WR, East Carolina
Abdul Kuyateh, OG, Louisville
Torrey Davis, DL, Jacksonville State
Buddy Farnham, WR Brown (Tryout)

Cardinals
David Moosman, OG, Michigan
Max Hall, QB, BYU
Alfonso Smith, RB, Kentucky
Max Komar, WR, Idaho
Stephen Williams, WR, Toledo
Casey Knips, OT, SDSU
AJ Jefferson, CB, Fresno State
Devin Tyler, OT, Temple
Juamorris Stewart, WR, Southern

Chargers
Jordyn Jackson, RB/WR, Eastern Oregon
Jeremy Williams, WR, Tulane
Nic Richmond, OT, TCU
Brandon Lang, OLB, Troy
Marcel Thompson, WR, Lindenwood
Richie Brockel, TE, Boise State
Justin Jeffries, OT, Kentucky
Jeff Hansen, OL, Montana State
Seyi Ajirotutu, WR, Fresno State
Bryan Walters, WR-KR, Cornell
Cory Jackson, FB, Maryland
Ernest Smith, WR, Baylor
Kion Wilson, ILB, USF
Traye Simmons, CB Minnesota

Chiefs
Jeremy Horne, WR, UMass
Andrew Lewis, OL, Oklahoma State
Austin Signor, K, Eastern Illinois
Rich Gunnell, WR, Boston College
Mike Johnson, LB, North Alabama
Menelik Holt, WR, Nebraska
Tervaris Johnson, RB, Miami
Billy Stull, QB, Pitt
Tyler Eastman, OL, Maine
Lemuel Jeanpierre, OL, South Carolina
T.C. Drake, TE, Kentucky
Garrett Brown, NT, Minnesota



Vikings
Bill Noethlich, OL, SMSU
Ryan Perriloux, QB, JSU
RJ Archer, QB, William and Mary
Marlon Winn, OT, Texas Tech
Terrell Skinner, S, Maryland
Kelton Tindal, WR, Newberry
Tommy Hernandez, C, UC-Davis
Ray Small, WR, Ohio State
Aaron Rhea, WR, Stephen F. Austin
Angelo Williams, CB, Ferris State
Matt Hanson, OT, Midwestern State
Wes Mangam, TE, McNeese State
Thomas Austin, OG, Clemson



Falcons
Tim Buckley, QB/RB/WR, Alcorn State
Weston Johnson, LB, Wyoming
Dimitri Nance, RB, Arizona State
Colin Peek, TE, Alabama
Garrett Lindholm, K, Tarleton State
Justin Drescher, LS, Colorado
Bear Woods, LB, Troy,
Rafael Bush, DB, Sc. State.
Ryan Wolfe, WR, UNLV
Michael Palmer, TE, Clemson
Gabriel Derricks, CB/S, San Diego
Leroy Banks, TE, Southern Miss


Colts
Brett Swenson K, Michigan State
Brandon James, KR, Florida
Blair White, WR, Michigan State
Thad Turner, CB, Ohio
Javarris James, RB, Miami
Tim Hiller, QB, Western Michigan
Mike Newton, S, Buffalo
Jeff Linkenbach, OT, Cinci
David Caldwell, S, William & Mary
Brandon King, CB, Purdue
Vuna Tuihalamaka, LB, Arizona

Cowboys
Buddy Church, S Toledo
Danny McCray, S, LSU
Bryan McCann, CB, SMU
Terrell Hudgins, WR, Elon
Rashaun Greer, WR, Colorado St
Will Barker, OT, UVa.
Matt Nichols, QB, E. Washington
Chet Teofilo, G, Cal
Lonyae Miller, RB, Fresno St
Chris Gronkowski, FB, Arizona
Lorenzo Washington, DE, Alabama
Mike Tepper, OT, Cal
Junior Aumavae, NT, Minnesota St.
Verran Tucker, WR, Cal
Nick Tow-Arnett, TE, Minnesota
Delbert Alvarado, PK, South Florida

Dolphins
Travis Ivey, DT, Maryland
AJ Wallace, CB, Penn State
Ross Weaver, DB, Michigan State
Vince Oghobaase, DT, Duke
Roberto Wallace, WR, SDSU
Jonathan Amaya, DB, Nevada
Andy Leavine, OL, FIU
Marlon Moore, WR, Fresno State
Kyle C. Harrington, DL, UMass

Eagles
Blue Cooper, WR, Tenn-Chattanooga
Charles Alexander, DT, LSU
Keith Flemming, RB, West Texas A&M
Kevin Jurovich, WR, San Jose State
Chris Zardas, FB, Umass
Pat Simonds, WR, Colgate
Joey Elliott, QB, Purdue
David Pender, CB, Purdue
Josh Morris, DB, Weber St.
Zipp Duncan, OL, Kentucky
Jeraill McCuller, OT, North Carolina State

Giants
Chris Poole, OL, Holy Cross
Dominic Randolph, QB, Holy Cross
Ayanga Okpokowuruk, DE, Duke
Nate Collins, DL, Virginia
Duke Calhoun, WR, Memphis
Jim Cordle, OL, Ohio State
Leon Wright, CB, Duke
Victor Cruz, WR, UMass
Dace Richardson, OL, Iowa (Tryout)


Jets
Donovan Warren, CB, Michigan
Charlie Tanner, OG, Texas
Kevin Basped, DE, Nevada
Jeff Cumberland, TE, Illinois
Keith Buckman, OL, North Dakota State
Jason Lamb, DE, Baylor
Philip Kirkland, WR, Bethune-Cookman
Cory Reamer, LB, Alabama (Tryout)
Brian Jackson, CB, Oklahoma
Mick Williams, DT, Pitt
Donye McCleskey, S, Indiana State (Tryout)
Marus Ezeff, S, California (Tryout)
Damon McDaniel, WR, Hampton (Tryout)



Lions
Ryan Stamper, LB, Florida
Aaron Berry, CB, Pitt
Mike Moore, WR, Georgia
Rob Calloway, DT, Saginaw
Matt Clapp, FB, Oklahoma
Sam Scroggins, LS, W. Virginia St.
Richard Dickson, TE, LSU
Chima Ihekowaba, DE, Wilfrid Laurier (Tryout)
Aaron Higdon, RB, Charleston


Panthers
Ray Hisatake, OL, Hawaii
Kurtis Gregory, OG, Missouri
Rashawn Jackson, FB, Virginia
Blake Hauden, P, Minnesota
Andrew George, TE, BYU
Matt O'Hanlon, S, Nebraska
Mark Ortmann, OT, Michigan
Andre Neblett, DT, Temple
Aaron Pettrey, K, Ohio State
Oliver Young, WR, South Carolina State

Raiders
Trent Guy, WR, Louisville
Manase Tonga, FB, BYU
Brashton Satele, LB, Hawaii
Kellen Heard, OT/DT, Memphis
Alex Daniels, DE, Cinci
Alex Parsons, RG, USC
Andre Anderson, RB, Tulane
Chane Moline, FB, UCLA

Rams
Keith Toston, RB, Oklahoma State
Thaddas Lewis, QB, Duke
Brandon McRae, WR, Mississippi State
Simoni Lawrence, LB, Minnesota
Alex Henderson, RB, Northern Arizona
DeMaundray Woolridge, RB, Idaho
Jeromy Jones, S, Idaho
Rod Owens, WR Florida State
Adrian Davis, DE, Arkansas
Jamie McCoy, TE, Texas A&M
E.J. Reid, DL, Utah St. (Tryout)

Ravens
Rodelin Anthony, WR, UNLV
John Fletcher, DL, Wyoming
Albert McClellan, DE, Marshall
Ashton Hall, S, Marshall
Curtis Steele, RB, Memphis
Mike McLaughlin, LB, Boston College
Morgan Cox, LS, Tennessee
Prince Miller, CB, Georgia

Redskins
Logan Paulsen, TE, UCLA
Anderson Russell, FS, Ohio State
Marques Slocum, DT, Eastern Arizona
Keiland Williams, RB, LSU
Daryll Clark, QB, PSU
Maurice Greer, RB, Troy
Tony Nelson, RB, UMass (Tryout)
Jaevery McFadden, LB, Wisconsin (Tryout)
Derrick Townsel, WR, Murray State (Tryout)
Bo McNally, S, Stanford (Tryout)
Klint Kubiak, S, Colorado State (Tryout)

Saints
Clint Gresham, LS, TCU
Harry Coleman, S, LSU
Chris Ivory, RB, Tiffin / Wash St.
Ryan Hamilton, S, Vanderbilt
Jason Beauchamp, LB, UNLV
Brandon Carter, OL/OG, Texas Tech
Junior Galette, DE, Stillman
Ekom Udofia, DT, Stanford
Marcell Young, CB, Jackson St.
Jay Ross, DT, East Carolina
AJ McKenna, QB, Albany State
Rafael Priest, CB, TCU
Chris Mitchell, WR, LSU (Tryout)
Sirjo Welch, DB, Kentucky State (Tryout)
Roderick Rollins, CB, Boston College (Tryout)
Razzie Smith, CB, Boston College (Tryout)
Daryl Jones, WR, New Mexico (Tryout)
Rob Okeafor, OL, FAM (Tryout)

Seahawks
Rob Rose, DT, Ohio State
Quintin Hancock, WR, Tennessee
Josh Pinkard, DB, USC
DeMarcus Granger, DT, Oklahoma
Jeff Byers, OG, USC
Kyle Burkhart, OT, Southern Miss
Will Harris, FS, USC
Joe Pawelek, ILB, Baylor
Jacob Phillips, OT, Belhaven
James Brindley, FS, Utah State
Marcus Brown, CB, Arkansas State
Reggie Carter, OLB, UCLA
Patrick Devenny, TE, Colorado
Kevin Dixon, ILB, Troy
Adrian Martinez, C, Colorado State
Victor James, WR, New Mexico (Tryout)

Steelers
Damon Cromartie-Smith, S, UTEP
AJ Trump, OT, Miami
Cordarrow Thompson, DE, Virginia Tech
Kyle Jolly, OT, North Carolina



New England Patriots
Pat Paschall, RB, North Dakota State
Dane Fletcher, DE, Montana State
Bryan Anderson, WR, CMU
Sergio Brown, S, Notre Dame
Kyle Love, DL, Mississippi State
Ross Ventrone, S, Villanova
Terrence Johnson, CB, California PA
John Wise, OL, Illinois (Wrestler, Tryout)



Jaguars
Chad Kackert, RB, New Hampshire
Robert Malone, P, Fresno State
Mike Brandtner, P, Iowa State
Kommonya Quaye, DL, South Dakota
Aaron Morgan, DE, ULM
Roren Thomas, WR, Lindenwood
Kyle Bosworth, LB, UCLA
Chris Hawkins, CB, LSU
Kevin Haslam, OT, Rutgers
AJ Cooley, RB, Shorter College
Chris McGaha, WR, Arizona State
Jason Harmon, TE, FAU
Trevor Harris, QB, Edinboro
Mike Caussin, TE, JMU
Terrell Whitehead, S, Norfolk St.
John Estes, C, Hawaii
Jason Onyebuagu, G, Northern Illinois (Tryout)
Ben Stallings, FB, Lambuth


Texans
Trey Stross, WR, Iowa
Nick Polk, WR, Indiana
Aaron Webster, S, Cinci
Isiaih Greenhouse, FB, NW St.
Jack Corcoran, FB, Rutgers
Kristian Matte, OL, Concordia
Tyler Sheehan, QB, Bowling Green
Mitch Unrein, DE, Wyoming
Adam Ulatoski, OL, Texas
Steve Maneri, OT/TE, Temple
Cole Pemberton, OT, CSU
London Crawford, WR, Arkansas
Pierre Singfield, CB, Arizona St.
Will Patterson, LB, Indiana

Titans
Stafon Johnson, RB, USC
Gerald Harris, TE, Ole Miss
Kevin Matthews, OL, TAMU
Mico McSwain, WR, North Alabama
Joe Joseph, DL, Miami
Nick Howell, OL, USC
WIllie Rose, FB, FAU
Bobby Sewell, WR, Brown
Dominique Lindsay, RB, ECU
Steven Pfahler, TE, Montana
LeGarrette Blount, RB, Oregon

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Hot N' Fun N.E.R.D ft. Nelly Furtado (Video)



Not the official video though.....Which is probably why it was pulled before....

Audio link

Steelers draft picks for 2010...

I wanted to wait until the draft was done (and make sure we didn't do any trades) before I posted on our picks. I will also touch briefly on who else has 'returned' to us. A practice we NORMALLY don't partake in.


Let me say off top, I wanted Taylor Mays to be a Steeler. Obviously, I don't run the team and I AM FULLY AWARE HE CAN'T COVER. I just thought we could convert him or something. Or let him roam free with Troy being the disciplined one. But that would probably hurt Troy's game and not leave much time for Ryan Clark, who I like too! So I understand why we didn't get him. I also understand why Pete Carroll didn't draft him. He would know better than anyone now wouldn't he?

Round One: Maurkice Pouncey, OL, Florida

He will start off as a guard and learn the offensive line's calls so that he can one day be the center according to Coach Tomlin. I like the pick. We kept asking for a lineman so here we go.





Round Two: Jason Worilds, LB, Virginia Tech 6'1 254 lbs 4.6 40

We breed linebackers. You thought we wouldn't pick one high? We needed a youth injection there too. So here we go. Check the young man out.




Round Three: Emmanuel Sanders, SMU 5'11 186 lbs 4.4 40

I am not mad at the pick. Limas still hasn't proven himself and this guy just makes catches. You have to respect that. He had 98 catches last year







Round Four: Thaddeus Gibson, LB, Ohio State 6'2 243 4.7 40

Played end but will play LB for us. More depth. Can't have enough of that. Here is he getting some instructions.







Round Five: Chris Scott, OL, Tennessee 6'4 338 lbs

Again, you have seen the line. Even those that start need some backups. He should help us.





Round Five: Crezdon Butler, DB, Clemson 5'11 191 lbs 4.41 40

I waited and waited for us to draft a corner. Well, here is he is. The boy from Asheville, NC. The knock is that he doesn't 'dive into the pile' to make plays. If that is true, he is going to shed that creedo playing in Pittsburgh or he won't be playing. I will tell you what. He makes plays on the ball. We need that. We can help him with the rest dammit. He can return kicks too. Might be an ideal nickel or dime corner.







Round Five: Stevenson Sylvester, LB, Utah 6'2 231 4.7 40


Another linebacker! Not mad. Team captain at Utah.




Round Six: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech HT: 5-11.5 229 lbs 40 4.64

I can't believe we drafted this cat. Not because he is not good. I just was surprised to see him available. Gets tough yards. Lord knows we need that. Got a little tired of seeing Mwelde Moore coming in on shortage situations.









Round Six: Antonio Brown, WR, Central Michigan 5'10 186 lbs 4.56 40

Another returner possibly. Special teamer and who knows, might make his way on the field at receiver. I feel like those last two spots are wide open.






Round Seven: Doug Worthington, DL, Ohio State

More depth at a position suffering in age and injuries. He could very well make the team as a 7th round pick. Seriously.

Maliah Michel..How can you NOT LIKE HER?





Stacey Dash in Smooth..more pics.



Saturday, April 24, 2010

Here's what they think about you...- N.W.A. The AZ Immigration Law..

Oh don't think for one second if you are not 'Hispanic'/can pass for a Hispanic that this is none of your concern. It is. This is how it starts. I have one word for you.

Apartheid


These types of 'Do you have your papers? Oh you don't? You are detained/shipped out' laws are AWFULLY FAMILIAR.

Do we need to do something about our bleeding border? Sure. I get that. This is pretty extreme. To me at least.



President addresses it briefly in this clip below. Around the .50 sec mark or so..




Link:


PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed the nation’s toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday. Its aim is to identify, prosecute and deport illegal immigrants.


The move unleashed immediate protests and reignited the divisive battle over immigration reform nationally.

Even before she signed the bill at an afternoon news conference here, President Obama strongly criticized it.

Speaking at a naturalization ceremony for 24 active-duty service members in the Rose Garden, he called for a federal overhaul of immigration laws, which Congressional leaders signaled they were preparing to take up soon, to avoid “irresponsibility by others.”

The Arizona law, he added, threatened “to undermine basic notions of fairness that we cherish as Americans, as well as the trust between police and our communities that is so crucial to keeping us safe.”

The law, which proponents and critics alike said was the broadest and strictest immigration measure in generations, would make the failure to carry immigration documents a crime and give the police broad power to detain anyone suspected of being in the country illegally. Opponents have called it an open invitation for harassment and discrimination against Hispanics regardless of their citizenship status.

The political debate leading up to Ms. Brewer’s decision, and Mr. Obama’s criticism of the law — presidents very rarely weigh in on state legislation — underscored the power of the immigration debate in states along the Mexican border. It presaged the polarizing arguments that await the president and Congress as they take up the issue nationally.

Mexico’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it was worried about the rights of its citizens and relations with Arizona. Cardinal Roger M. Mahony of Los Angeles said the authorities’ ability to demand documents was like “Nazism.”

As hundreds of demonstrators massed, mostly peacefully, at the capitol plaza, the governor, speaking at a state building a few miles away, said the law “represents another tool for our state to use as we work to solve a crisis we did not create and the federal government has refused to fix.”

The law was to take effect 90 days after the legislative session ends, meaning by August. Court challenges were expected immediately.

Hispanics, in particular, who were not long ago courted by the Republican Party as a swing voting bloc, railed against the law as a recipe for racial and ethnic profiling. “Governor Brewer caved to the radical fringe,” a statement by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund said, predicting that the law would create “a spiral of pervasive fear, community distrust, increased crime and costly litigation, with nationwide repercussions.”

While police demands of documents are common on subways, highways and in public places in some countries, including France, Arizona is the first state to demand that immigrants meet federal requirements to carry identity documents legitimizing their presence on American soil.

Ms. Brewer acknowledged critics’ concerns, saying she would work to ensure that the police have proper training to carry out the law. But she sided with arguments by the law’s sponsors that it provides an indispensable tool for the police in a border state that is a leading magnet of illegal immigration. She said racial profiling would not be tolerated, adding, “We have to trust our law enforcement.”

Ms. Brewer and other elected leaders have come under intense political pressure here, made worse by the killing of a rancher in southern Arizona by a suspected smuggler a couple of weeks before the State Legislature voted on the bill. His death was invoked Thursday by Ms. Brewer herself, as she announced a plan urging the federal government to post National Guard troops at the border.

President George W. Bush had attempted comprehensive reform but failed when his own party split over the issue. Once again, Republicans facing primary challenges from the right, including Ms. Brewer and Senator John McCain, have come under tremendous pressure to support the Arizona law, known as SB 1070.

Mr. McCain, locked in a primary with a challenger campaigning on immigration, only came out in support of the law hours before the State Senate passed it Monday afternoon.

Governor Brewer, even after the Senate passed the bill, had been silent on whether she would sign it. Though she was widely expected to, given her primary challenge, she refused to state her position even at a dinner on Thursday for a Hispanic social service organization, Chicanos Por La Causa, where several audience members called out “Veto!”

Among other things, the Arizona measure is an extraordinary rebuke to former Gov. Janet Napolitano, who had vetoed similar legislation repeatedly as a Democratic governor of the state before being appointed Homeland Security secretary by Mr. Obama.

The law opens a deep fissure in Arizona, with a majority of the thousands of callers to the governor’s office urging her to reject it.

In the days leading up to Ms. Brewer’s decision, Representative Raúl M. Grijalva, a Democrat, called for a convention boycott of his state.

The bill, sponsored by Russell Pearce, a state senator and a firebrand on immigration issues, has several provisions.

It requires police officers, “when practicable,” to detain people they reasonably suspect are in the country without authorization and to verify their status with federal officials, unless doing so would hinder an investigation or emergency medical treatment.

It also makes it a state crime — a misdemeanor — to not carry immigration papers. In addition, it allows people to sue local government or agencies if they believe federal or state immigration law is not being enforced.

States across the country have proposed or enacted hundreds of bills addressing immigration since 2007, the last time a federal effort to reform immigration law collapsed. Last year, there were a record number of laws enacted (222) and resolutions (131) in 48 states, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.

The prospect of plunging into a national immigration debate is being increasingly talked about on Capitol Hill, spurred in part by recent statements by Senator Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada, the majority leader, that he intends to bring legislation to the Senate floor after Memorial Day.

But while an immigration debate could help energize Hispanic voters and provide political benefits to embattled Democrats seeking re-election in November — like Mr. Reid — it could also energize conservative voters.

It could also take time from other Democratic priorities, including an energy measure that Speaker Nancy Pelosi has described as her flagship issue.

Mr. Reid declined Thursday to say that immigration would take precedence over an energy measure. But he called it an imperative: “The system is broken,” he said.

Ms. Pelosi and Representative Steny H. Hoyer, Democrat of Maryland and the majority leader, have said that the House would be willing to take up immigration policy only if the Senate produces a bill first.

Helene Cooper and Carl Hulse contributed reporting from Washington.

Friday, April 23, 2010

A foul to give and you let the man get to his 'sweet spot'? Paul Pierce game winner..

The look on Eric's face after he hit it was priceless too.

On some "I know good and fcuking damm well we did NOT JUST LET THIS FOOL hit this shot?"



Wright's explanation

Banned Lane Bryant Ad...But they will show that other hot sh#t on a stick though..

@ the networks. Funny.

Jon Stewart....Damm, it was a good week on late night TV..Zoe Saldana

When Jon's site is back up, I will post the whole clip...In the meantime..

Jennifer Lopez on George Lopez...


They showed a clip of her with MC Hammer on Yo MTV Raps. So you can clown her for 'trying her hand in hip hop based songs' but she was on a classic show. lol

I am hoping Conan doesn't steal his thunder...



She really came out like Marilyn Monroe and sang to this cat...I am threw.....(misspelling on purpose)


Oh you mad 'cause I'm stylin on you...





Raise your hands if you had Tom Brady as a SUPER BOWL CHAMPION (of his own doing) when he was splitting time with Drew Henson at Michigan. Raise both hands if you had Phillip Rivers being the quarterback he was. Hell, JUMP AND DOWN IF YOU thought Drew Brees coming out of Purdue would even get a SHOT (I do know some people who like me, HOPED HE GOT A SHOT TO START but this? No.) How many of you 'West Coast' football fans shoved that Leinart over VY shit in people's faces because he was a 'prototypical quarterback'? How many of you dissed the USFL when we were little and thought NONE OF THEIR PLAYERS outside of Herschel Walker would make an impact in the 'League'? Thought Jim Kelly was bullshit? Thought Steve Young would get 'cremated' running around with the 'big boys' if he tried that shit he did but thought STEVE WALSH was gonna be a better quarterback? Yeah...Uh huh...I know...



Some of you are the same cats that told me Ty Detmer was a can't miss. Andre Ware would be a beast. A. Smith of the Bengals was going to change the game. Ask me 'Who the hell is Ben R. and why did ya'll draft HIM? You shoulda taken........ Excuse me if I don't FALL IN LINE AUTOMATICALLY with you on this one.

Okay, so since you missed on all of these NOW WELL KNOWN SIGNAL CALLERS, maybe you should HOLD your opinions on Tim Tebow for a second. lol

Just saying....

He might not make it. He might though. I hear all this stuff about delivery when cats have overhauled their whole motion before. (I just mentioned a few up top) I would like to actually wait and see. We will soon find out though if the kid can play. For sure. Probably not this year though.

Thursday, April 22, 2010

Jennifer Lopez on the red carpet with a dog??






I'mma ignore the dog. She makes me wanna go to the gym RIGHT NOW. @ being a mother of twins and still looking tight.