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Old 05-31-2011, 02:52 PM   #451 (permalink)
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you know how big NY state is? there are so many damn small towns that it's damn near as racist here as it is in Texas for the same reason that Texas is almost as big as NY and has so many small towns.

Two towns away from me there is a big KKK chapter.

When you see someone lives in NY, all you think about is NYC.
No, I'm perfectly aware of upstate New York. And I'm fairly confident Texas is way bigger then NY, isn't it?
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:53 PM   #452 (permalink)
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Not saying he is, I wanted to honestly know his experiences. I dont doubt people still stereotype about that, as retarded as it is.

I would be pretty surprised though if he got called a certain word by white people on a daily basis. Especially living in NY.
It's not as simple as that.

I don't want to get to personal, but lets just say I know a person named Tom.

Tom is at a job interview, but all the interviewer wants to talk about is "the wire", a joke about "dwb" "driving while black" which he thinks makes him sound cultured but really tom just wants a normal ****ing interview and hasn't heard of the wire or what its like in his local metropolitan ghetto.

It's that kind of stupid **** to deal with everyday
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:59 PM   #453 (permalink)
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No, I'm perfectly aware of upstate New York. And I'm fairly confident Texas is way bigger then NY, isn't it?
I meant to say it the other way around but yes Texas is bigger than NY even though NY is pretty big state though most people don't realize it and only think of NYC when NY is mentioned
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:59 PM   #454 (permalink)
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It's not as simple as that.

I don't want to get to personal, but lets just say I know a person named Tom.

Tom is at a job interview, but all the interviewer wants to talk about is "the wire", a joke about "dwb" "driving while black" which he thinks makes him sound cultured but really tom just wants a normal ****ing interview and hasn't heard of the wire or what its like in his local metropolitan ghetto.

It's that kind of stupid **** to deal with everyday
Simple as what? I just said that I'm sure people have to put up with subtle racism all the time, frequently through stereotyping (the assumption that all black people are similar, as you're interview example showed).
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So then we all agree i think.....
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Old 06-01-2011, 06:35 AM   #456 (permalink)
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Finally got goblin. Good album.
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Finally got goblin. Good album.
I thought so as well but that's my first album that I have heard from Tyler, I haven't heard Bastard yet.


How does Goblin compare to Bastard? for those of you that have heard both?
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I don't like Goblin. Their music is somewhat, hard to understand.
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I thought so as well but that's my first album that I have heard from Tyler, I haven't heard Bastard yet.


How does Goblin compare to Bastard? for those of you that have heard both?
It's more consistent then Goblin, I don't grow bored of the second half of it like Goblin. It's less mainstream too. No reason not to give it a listen, though. I think it's slightly lesser then Goblin but still very good.
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It's more consistent then Goblin, I don't grow bored of the second half of it like Goblin. It's less mainstream too. No reason not to give it a listen, though. I think it's slightly lesser then Goblin but still very good.
the only reason I haven't listened to Bastard yet is because I'm not quick to jump on the wolf gang bandwagon.

Same with Lil B. I'm not jumping on his bandwagon period though. I tried listening to this Mob whatever mixtape and it was so much torture for me. I just don't get him/it.
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