Sunday, September 25, 2005

A Fake Assed Badge And A Gun In Yo Hand


Remember being taught in elementary school that policemen are your friends? During these profound lesssons on how helpful police officers can be, the other side of the coin (brutality, corruption, ignorance, intolerance, abuse of authority, etc.) is conveniently never mentioned. That's mainly because parents and teachers love to lie like hell, and part of becoming an adult involves being forced to come to this realization. However, the children in this video are receiving a crash course in the darker side of law enforcement at a relatively young age:
http://www.kontraband.com/show/show.asp?ID=2102&rtn=main-topten.
Be prepared---this clip is humorous on one level, and fuckin' disturbing on another.

So I'm waiting for HP to send me a new monitor at some point next week. Until then, I have to use a really old school computer to do any updates. This, in addition to the added pressures of moving, is making it pretty damned difficult for me to post very often. If you think that I'm just making stupid excuses, you are completely accurate. I'm actually lying about all of this, because I'm trying to conceal the fact that I'm secretly spending hours playing with these:
http://www.trainupachild.com/.

Either way, amidst all of this chaos, I did still manage to find you a few good mp3s. They are getting closer to expiration as we speak, so make sure to visit these sites right away if you are interested...

Moistworks is offering a nice collection of "strut music". If you don't know what I mean, check it for yourself: http://www.moistworks.com/. This is classic material...

At Filthy Choice, you can download two nice remixes of songs by the Pharcyde:
http://filthychoice.blogspot.com/.

And finally, Checkerboard Chimes has a dope Jay Dee/Pharoahe Monche track---"We Must Be In Love": http://checkerboardchimes.blogspot.com/.

Stay tuned---back soon with more bass in your face, and chrome for your dome...

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