this is what i call a “i don’t give a fuck rap”
rolling through your block like a runaway hubcap
politicians hanging on a corporation’s nutsack / what’s that?
oh you forgot that I still flow / yeah i don’t blame you, I needed to lay low
or maybe I’m gettin old / or maybe I’m losing interest
cause shit is no longer different
fuck battling rappers i’m battling george zimmermans
and back in gaza another illegal settlement
it’s thanksgiving except for anyone indian
i mean native americans / or anyone indigenous
rapping is easy the question is / are they listenin
just what would happen if they took a different medicine
swallowed these sentences / in hi-def stereo
critical / but even then they won’t hear it though
so i’m not quite record label material
i guess a C.E.O’s still a CEO
i got an asshole boss at my real job
don’t need an asshole boss over at beatrock
yeah i suppose that was a bit of a cheap shot
but fuck if i ain’t deserve to be treated with a
little bit of dignity / maybe i’m just crazy and i need
a little therapy / maybe tacloban needs more than just charity natural tragedy man made calamity
solidarity / their agony’s my agony
the peasants in the field the laborers in the factory
they desperate / and doin whatever to feed the family
while my own family / struggling understandin me
the black sheep, (it) figures i’d be into polyamory
"don’t need an asshole boss over at beatrock"
I want you so damn bad.
Seven months ago (221 days, to be exact), Kobe Bryant had a complete rupture of the Achilles tendon in his left leg, resulting in blood pooling in his ankle, and his calf muscle rolling up into his leg.
He needed immediate surgery.
Today, he ate Xavier Henry alive.
Play is of the essence for learning”
— One of our curators (via asianartmuseum)
wait.. his smash was bad, but the cat… D:
Typhoon Haiyan (Philippine name: Yolanda) hit the Philippines November 8, 2013 uprooting homes, flattening towns and leaving some areas in Visayas in total devastation. Despite the preparations and pre-emptive evacuations for the typhoon, officials have expressed shock at the catastrophic destruction that was left behind.
Thousands are confirmed dead and thousands more are displaced from their homes. With stories of survivors in dire need of basic aid and the rescue and recovery process still underway, listen to this high-level briefing on the situation, ways in which the global NGO and business community are helping, and what more is needed.
Josette Sheeran, President, Asia Society
Ambassador Jose Cuisia, Ambassador of the Republic of the Philippines to the United States
Ambassador John Negroponte, Co-Chairman, U.S.-Philippines Society
Anthony Nappi, Managing Director and Chief Administrative Officer, Asia Pacific, Citi
Ambassador John Maisto, Former U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines