Lessons, experiences, likes, dislikes and epiphanies from the mind of a 22-year old Chicago west sider.

21st October 2014

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Shia Labeouf for interview magazine november 2014

By ELVIS MITCHELL

Photography CRAIG MCDEAN

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19th October 2014

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17th October 2014

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4th October 2014

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3rd October 2014

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50 Cent On Eminem

Do y’all realize that eminem’s success is in large part because of the fact that he’s white? But I mean y’all can support that clown if you want to

At least he own up to that fact unlike Macklemore and Iggy. Em did a better job than any other white rapper at respecting the hip hop culture as someone outside joining.

I don’t know about that part. I’ll give him that but Em is probably one of most problematic rappers out there. The list of shit he did is disturbing long.

I’m not talking about his music. I’m talking about the way he came into the rap game. He didn’t just barge in here take rap, then peace out doing his own thing pretending like he created the shit. No he got a mentor, he learned the game, he is fully aware and recognizes that his white privilege shot him to the top. I’m still waiting for the name of another white rapper who has done this. You dont have to like his music to be able to recognize he approached this culture better than anyone else and let’s not pretend like there aint no black rappers out there just as problematic that y’all will worship to the death aka Childish Gambino

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bottom line is eminem does understand the struggle.

Listen man. Defending white people is not my forte. But Eminem should never be thought of in the same way that Iggy Azalea and Macklemore are. Eminem actually grew up being surrounded by black culture, whereas, those other people just saw hip-hop for one day, thought it was “cool” and decided they wanted to be wannabe thugs and act like their life was hard. It is two completely different things. Eminem was raised knowing to respect the game because he was surrounded by the game and knew what it was like to have hardships and to struggle. Not to mention, Eminem did the underground scene and was a member of rap groups before ever hitting it mainstream. He seriously WORKED for it. And of course his race helped him but at least he acknowledged that. So while I do find his music to be problematic, I just don’t think he can ever be put in the same category as people like Iggy and Macklemore who seriously had success handed to them on a silver platter because of their whiteness. 

EVERYTHING I BOLDED THOUGH.

So, are we associating being a good rapper with going through struggle? Are we associating being Black with struggle?

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2nd October 2014

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That explains why he got so buff and wailed on that boulder. Revenge. 

Nah but for real though?

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28th August 2014

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Cartoon Bully Stereotype Collection

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21st August 2014

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BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

20th August 2014

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Famous Failures

I stumbled upon this video a long time ago and it honestly made me feel a lot better.

"If you’ve never failed, you’ve never lived."

I could not fit everyone mentioned in the video in this post so be sure to give the video a look.

WATCH IT HERE

12th August 2014

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Entity is another cool horror game. It starts out slow but as you see from the above screenshots, it gets creepy real fast. 

It kind of reminds me of sleep paralysis because of the line said by the girl “I can’t move my body…”

Yikes! 

PLAY ENTITY HERE

The makers of this game have a tumblr and they entered this game for an indie horror contest

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