I made my own list a couple weeks ago; based on skill, personality, or just because they’re nice to look at. Everyone says it’s weird that I know names, but why would I want to spend an hour looking for porn, when I could just get down to business.
Exactly. Its like knowing the name of a car… they’re all different, and there ain’t nothing wrong with knowing the names/models and differences between a Honda and a Lambo.
You can be on Facebook/Twitter (and Google+ too) and people will know so many depths of your personality just from random ramblings you do, and the pics you post. You can be on Last.fm and they’ll know all about your fave music and your taste, who you’re into and who you like listening to. You can be on GetGlue and people will know all about your interests and everything you’ve ever liked… your fave movies, games, books, TV shows, celebrities…
Its crazy how the internet has made it so that people can know so much about you without actually knowing you.
Always teasing you with these ‘perfect’ people you’ll never meet. The looks and personality, the dope conversations, the similar interests… where the hell are these people ‘in real life’ when you want them around?
Yesterday I was asked to describe what I was like in school. Was I a nerd? A loner? Popular? Jock?
I was not a jock. Those kids were herbs, running up and down the court and taking off their shirt to make the girls notice them, and they’d do it prior to the game before they even started sweating. I was a nerd but I was a media nerd, not a school one. A school nerd stays in the books and can tell you a bunch of things that you’ll probably forget in 2 hours. A media nerd devotes that attention instead to other things such as anime, comics and video games, but I was a hybrid because I mixed porn and rap into the equation. I was ‘respected’ for my rap knowledge and also I made people laugh. Yeah, I was the one picked to be a coked up comedian one day and tricking with MILFs. That future has yet to come to fruition.
I wouldn’t say I was popular, but there was rarely a classroom I went into where at least two people did not know who I was. I was somehow ‘in’ all the circles. It was kinda dope in a way. Flashforward to now, I don’t know any of those muthafuckas anymore.
I still make people laugh. Nobody ever wants to fight me. I think some girls want to fuck me, I’m not really sure. The story of my life is that I’m unnoticeable and noticeable at the same time and I draw the attention of people for specific reasons. My motivation has always sucked, but yet I’ve always had this dormant hustle gene in me to get shit done when its really needed. I know I’m good at a lot of different things and that’s also why people mess with me. Whether its writing something for them, graphic design, or just helping them with some shit that I really know nothing about but I prevail because of my amazing Google searching skills, then I do it. That’s me.
I wonder how I’ll be 10 years from now. Hopefully a screenwriter for Hollywood movies, blowing money on unnecessary vacations. That would be nice.
I’m good at giving people advice about shit such as dating. The irony is that I hate doing it, and I hate the idea of dating. Yet, I hooked up 2-3 couples and I guess they tell their friends about me, like I’m some kind of free miracle worker for sexually frustrated loners.
I hate knowing simple shit that other people are too lazy to figure out, and then they always want you to teach it to ‘em. Like c’mon man… use Google.
Artists used to put 15-18 tracks on an album? I miss those days. Now its 10-11 tracks and a bunch of iTunes bonus songs and shit. Or they stick a ton of songs on a mixtape and drop one every couple months or something.
I got over the whole thing a long time ago. I realized its like arguing about which is better between Xbox and Playstation; no matter who wins the argument, you’re not benefiting. Just like with debating who is/isn’t a good artist… that artist or label is not giving you props or money for defending them. But I will say, its really annoying still to see people downgrade somebody’s career or influence just because they couldn’t really appreciate the music.
I go on Twitter and I see all these actual musicians from so many genres, praising Winehouse’s voice and saying it was one of a kind in the generation. Some calling her an inspiration, even. But then you look at these other mofos on here and they’re all like, “She did nothing for music. So what if she died at 27? She shouldn’t be compared to people like Cobain and Hendrix.”
He was basically saying the only way we can get over shit is by not teaching it to our kids. Have you ever seen kids play together before they get older and find all this shit out? They like each other regardless of differences. Its people and society that ruin that innocence once they start learning more about their heritage and history. But at the same time, you want kids to have an understanding of who they are and their history… so its almost like its stuck being the way it is for the sake of education.
Nah, nah … there’s definitely a difference between a black person saying it and a white person. Fuck all the “if they can’t say it I won’t” shit.
That’s because people separate the race from the meaning, and are too lazy to decipher the context of how the word is being used in a specific situation. If its a so-called positive term now, nobody should care. But instead, muthafuckas are mentally scarred thanks to history books and watching Roots, so as soon as a white person says it, it activates the negro rage gene automatically.
You can’t be like, “we turned a derogatory and hateful term such as ‘nigger’ and flipped into something positive for everyday use”… and then get mad when non-black people say it. You can’t say shit like, “nigga is as harmless as ‘dude’ is now” and then want to beat somebody’s ass if they use it around you. You can’t be like, “well I love my white and Asian friends, so its cool for me to call them that and they can use it around me” but then get mad when a non-friend of similar race uses it. How the fuck does that even sound? I’ve seen mixed people catch beef over it cause they’re half white. I’ve seen Latinos catch beef over it. Shit doesn’t add up.
Stop promoting the fuck out of it if you don’t want people to use it around you. How hard is that? How you gonna be there using the word 100 times a day, and then you wanna bloody up somebody else for using it around you? Man….