Black people make me laugh

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  1. Yahunyahti

    Yahunyahti New Member

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    Who the fuck are you?
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  2. Stash

    Stash R.I.P Point Game

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    He is Sever. HE created hiphop man. fuck u on about
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  3. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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    That's who he is, a fuckin' moron. You haven't figured this out yet?

    In about a week, after this thread blows up in his face, he'll say "I was just testin' y'all..."
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  4. Tequila Jong-il

    Tequila Jong-il SALAD TOSSER

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    Az is an ethnic majority
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  5. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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    because he claims a majority of ethnicities...
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  6. Yahunyahti

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    I am the black hole which will eventually swallow the universe that is RM.

    I accept your envy for what it is.
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  7. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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  8. Yahunyahti

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    Ey Nis, what do you think of Lupe?
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  9. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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    Who? Fiasco? Which Lupe. That's a very common name.
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  10. Yahunyahti

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  11. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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    Think he's lyrical. His label missed the boat on him being the "savior of hip hop". He coulda done it, but he was marketed wrong, why do you ask?
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  12. Yahunyahti

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    Just curious to your thoughts on him. No reason.
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  13. BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum

    BlackSoultan Ad Infinitum aka Billy Shoreview

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    Yeah, wearing tight ass pants dancing in the desert in a Kanye video was not the way he should have first been revealed to the world...

    He should have been marketed as a more urban younger Common, not a low rent skateboard P...
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    Don't even respond to this moronic idiot, Nislanif. All he'll do is go round and round in circles in a pointless argument and take you with him.
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  15. Look im Gangsta

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    idiot.
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  16. barnizzle

    barnizzle HIP HOP

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    shut the fuck up
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  17. icepick red

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    threadstarter is a h0mo
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  18. SIZZLA

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    Sicily:
    It is geographically closer to Africa than to Europe... Without the influx of significant "foreign" genetic influences (admixture) over time, a small, localised population might become "inbred" in a matter of centuries. If this were the case in Sicily, today's Sicilians would be genetically identical to the Proto-Sicanians of 6000 years ago. Instead, they reflect a fair degree of genetic diversity...
    Considering their common roots, the medieval Sicilians were overwhelmingly similar to the Byzantines and Saracens who conquered them; indeed, they may have had more in common with these peoples than they did with the Romans. Was Sicily geographically part of Africa when it was ruled by Carthaginians or Saracens, only to be re-integrated into Europe when it was ruled by Romans and Normans? A good question, but one that was rarely posed before the modern era. Following the fall of the Roman Empire, "Italy" didn't become a political reality (a nation) until the nineteenth century. The Italian (and Sicilian) vernacular languages we know today came into widespread literary use only in the thirteenth century.
    "Racialist" descriptions of perceived "racial" characteristics of so-called sub-races (Pontids, Dinarics, Mediterranids, Armenids, Saharids, Arabids, and so forth) are still entertained in certain quarters. Viewed in terms of the human genome, race (as the term is commonly used and understood) is a relatively insignificant (or at best superficial) and arbitrary consideration, and we are already seeing more reliance on purely genetic identification. Genetic diversity is a reality. While race, as the term is traditionally used, is fast becoming an outmoded concept, specific gene markers (based on relatively "recent" mutations) are naturally linked to persons sharing common origins (i.e. the same gene pools) coinciding with Asian, African, European or other "racial" groups or sub-groups. The legitimate scientific basis of regional (racial) distinctions (but not racialism) is genetic differentiation over thousands of generations.






    are you people crazy? firstly, what in the hell is "Black" people? and what is the fear behind givin props where they are due? if i asked who "invented Polka, who would you say? or salsa? (and yea, everywhere you see a "?" its a dam question!)

    and "jew" what is that? i say jus another Black "invention" stolen by the powers that be... one day, we will wake up, and if the current power structure remains, Muhammad Ali, mandella, and Run (ha cohen). DMC will all be europeanized (jews).

    you people kill me! do the world disreguard Rome because it copied Greece to the letter? and Greece because it borrowed its culture from egypt? of america herself for stealing all it has from all of the above and not to mention, from that small cultural phenomina called "black" America?

    come on people, man up!!! when it comes to the contraversal shift in cultural expression, the paradigm of Hip-Hop, blacks did create something new: they became the first to think of, make, or use something (old in a new way)! grow up! by definition, however simplified or complexed, blacks did invent Hip-Hop!

    and this whole thing whre you wish to make others co-founders because in the early stages others were allowed to participate in this new form of expression, that now, they get rights equal to or even superior to that of the actual owners?

    this is race-ism at its best! it does not matter how many nations came to help the Egyptian to build Giza, when we look back on it today, they did it... the same for america. even cities like D.C. where the design and majority of the labor was done by this said "black" man, white america still get the credit. and i could go on and on with this same scenario.


    Hip-Hop culture was born from the (hearts and minds) of an oppressed people. its expression is a special one- one of a kind- unique due to its very specific life experience... being one that was in all actuallity, derived from the trauma of death; sufferage, deficiency, crime, slavery and all the many negative attributes cast on the most inhumaine human experience recorded in human history. now, to add injury to insult is to deny a people their expression. this is the ultimate assault. to attempt to suck dry the very essence of a people then muzzle their cry for freedom as a reminder that they are indeed never free! that even that is owned by someone else and they can only state partial claim in their own experience good or bad, because if it has anykind of value, then baal lebiet (the boss) owns that as well... its sad, but its also prophetic. (Deu 28)
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    "Racialist" descriptions of perceived "racial" characteristics of so-called sub-races (Pontids, Dinarics, Mediterranids, Armenids, Saharids, Arabids, and so forth) are still entertained in certain quarters. Viewed in terms of the human genome, race (as the term is commonly used and understood) is a relatively insignificant (or at best superficial) and arbitrary consideration, and we are already seeing more reliance on purely genetic identification. Genetic diversity is a reality. While race, as the term is traditionally used, is fast becoming an outmoded concept, specific gene markers (based on relatively "recent" mutations) are naturally linked to persons sharing common origins (i.e. the same gene pools) coinciding with Asian, African, European or other "racial" groups or sub-groups. The legitimate scientific basis of regional (racial) distinctions (but not racialism) is genetic differentiation over thousands of generations.

    Genetic studies have proven beyond doubt that, ultimately, we are all descended from the same people. Implications of "recent" migrations and cultural factors involving the human race, particularly over the last 8,000 years, may be discussed (even debated) for decades to come. Outside academic and scientific circles, much of the debate finds fertile ground among those seeking to prove that their ancestors were "black" or "white" rather than humans living in a certain region or identified with a certain culture. While it might be overzealous to define all such people as racists, it is clear that their views, based on interpretations (and misinterpretations) regarding gene markers and mutations originating in the last 8,000 years (and the "historical" period of the last 6000) rather than those of the last 80,000 years, are outdated.
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