Roses are red
Seashells are found by the seashore
We finally getting a real dbz fighting game. The last real dbz game we got was Super Dragonball z
Big Soulja began applying pressure on these fuck niggas
Chicago rapper Famous Dex gave his take on the generational divide in hip-hop during an interview with Montreality. Dex spoke about the lineage that he comes from and stated that without rappers like Nas there would be no Famous Dex. He praised some hip-hop's OGs such as Snoop, Wu-Tang, and others. Dex also spoke about JAY-Z's music in comparison to his own saying that while he provides listeners energy and a certain bounce, Hov provides "grown-man" content. "If you wanna hear real music, go listen to 4:44, go listen to DAMN, go listen to Nas, if you wanna be entertained and be hyped, go listen to me or Lil Pump..."
Dex also talked about hearing Kendrick Lamar likes his music through Rich the Kid, and how if you don't respect the OGs of the hip-hop game then "f*ck you!"
Do you agree with Famous Dex?
Training camps are underway and preseason has begun.
Until recently, Andrea Ramirez, 43, thought she was part Mexican.
But the results from an at-home genetic test from 23andMe revealed that she is a mix of Northern European, North African and a little Native American. And not at all hispanic.
Ramirez, who hails from the Bay Area and works in marketing, bought the $199 genetic test in 2013 for a lark after her brother Danny's own test came back with some curious results. She and Danny are both fair-skinned and freckled, and don't closely resemble their half-siblings from their father's first marriage, but they never questioned their heritage.
As expected, Danny showed up on a list of Andrea's DNA relatives on 23andMe. But his DNA was only about a 25 percent match with hers, meaning that he wasn't a full sibling as she had expected.
More strangely, a mysterious woman also appeared on that list as a potential relative. This woman's profile stated that she was donor-conceived.
More people than ever before are expected to buy a DNA-test this Christmas from sites like AncestryDNA or 23andMe, as well as on Amazon.com. Millions have already gotten tested. And for many of these people, the results are unexpected, shocking, and occasionally even life-changing.
The direct-to-consumer genetic testing market, which includes both health and genealogy tests, is expected to grow from about $70 million in 2015 to $340 million by 2022, according to a report from Credence Research.
CNBC spoke to a dozen people who took a DNA test to find out fun facts about their ethnic roots, then were surprised to learned they were donor-conceived. That means the men who had raised them were not their biological fathers -- instead, their parents had faced fertility problems, and their mothers had used sperm from donors at a fertility clinic.
Research from 2005 found that so-called paternity discrepancy, when a person is identified as being biologically fathered by someone other than the person they believe is the father, occurs between 0.8% to 30% in the population.
Most of them don't regret learning the truth, but needed to have some tough conversations with their parents and were left with many unanswered questions. In some cases, they did find likely family members but that didn't always lead to a reunion.
Some bio-ethicists say that 23andMe, Ancestry and the rest should do more to educate their users about the risks and potential outcomes. Making matters more complex is that a donor who wants to stay anonymous might decline to send in their DNA, but can still be traced through their family members.
To its credit, 23andMe does warn its users in its terms of service that the information "has the potential to alter your life and worldview." AncestryDNA's website doesn't make that quite as clear, although it does stress that users might find unknown relatives.
Others believe that fertility clinics should take additional steps to alert donors that anonymity is a thing of the past. Donors should know that if any of their family members get a genetic test, they could be found
Is Slim Shady ready for his return?
Four years after The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem will reportedly release his eighth major label solo studio album on Nov. 17, according to HITS Daily Double.
The news comes shortly after frequent collaborator Denaun Porter said that Eminem was “done” with his latest effort. The rapper-producer later walked back those comments, claiming he was simply trolling the trolls on his Instagram Live feed.
But the revelation also follows rumors about a Pink collaboration titled “Revenge” and its forthcoming music video. It was later confirmed that the song is for Pink’s new album Beautiful Trauma, which drops Friday.
Previously Allen Hughes and 2 Chainz both claimed that Eminem was working on his next album. Tity Boi would later redact his comments, saying he didn’t know what Eminem was up to.
Aside from working on his next solo LP, Slim Shady is also teaming up with longtime collaborator-mentor Dr. Dre for new music for Joseph Kahn’s Bodied, a battle rap-based film that Em is producing.
Southwest is offering a ton of flights for $99 or less each way.
The fares are valid for travel from 1/9/2018 – 3/7/2018 on select routes in the continental US.
Fares are also available from select cities to San Juan, Puerto Rico from 1/16/2018 – 3/1/2018 and 4/3/2018 – 5/17/2018.
Hurry — these prices are only around through Thursday, December 14!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be behind us, but there are still some fantastic travel deals popping up online! If you have your eye on a fun getaway in the new year, you'll want to take advantage of Southwest Airlines' "Sale into 2018" promotion.
For a limited time and on select dates, Southwest is offering tickets for $99 or less each way when booking a roundtrip flight. There are a ton of different routes available all over the United States, featuring fares as low as $40.
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Keep in mind that these discounted prices are only available for certain flights, meaning that the same route might be more expensive earlier or later in the day. The prices apply to Southwest's "Wanna Get Away" fare class, which includes two free checked bags, as well as onboard drinks and snacks. You'll also earn six Rapid Rewards frequent flyer points per dollar spent.
To find a super cheap getaway, visit Southwest's promotional page here. You can select your departure city/airport from the dropdown menu to find available deals, or just scroll down to browse all discounted routes. If you find a route you're interested in, just click the "Go" button to choose dates and search for flights.
Hurry, fares are limited and only available through this Thursday!
Click here to book flights for under $99 each way with Southwest >>
Here's to hoping 2012 was as great as 2011 for the sport of boxing!!!
A loved-up teenage couple who found internet fame after sharing a video of her family gifting him a car for Christmas have been hit with vile, racist abuse.
Madison Duke and Chris Hunter found internet fame on Twitter this week after she posted a video of him being given the car by her parents in Dallas, Texas.
It has been viewed more than 1.4million times since it was uploaded on Saturday.
But among comments of praise for the high schoolers are abhorrent messages of hate.
The shocked teenagers shared details of those comments with their new followers on Tuesday.
The pair vowed not to let it sink the good mood they have put in since the video took off...
LaVar Ball, the father of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, has never been one to avoid courting controversy.
The famously outspoken father has already criticized Luke Walton’s usage of his son and gotten into wars of words with other NBA players, but on Friday night he went after a decidedly larger target: President Donald Trump, via Arash Markazi of ESPN:
LaVar Ball downplayed his son’s shoplifting incident in China as well as U.S. president Donald Trump’s involvement in getting his son and two UCLA teammates back to the United States earlier this week.
“Who?” Ball told ESPN when asked about Trump’s involvement in the matter. “What was he over there for? Don’t tell me nothing. Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out.”
UCLA guard LiAngelo Ball, Lonzo’s younger brother, was detained along with two UCLA teammates in China for allegedly shoplifting, a situation which Trump reportedly helped rectify, thus enabling the Bruins players to return home.
After the incident, Trump wondered on Twitter when he’d be thanked for his assistance:
LiAngelo and his fellow Bruins did thank Trump for his assistance at the press conference announcing that they had returned home and would be indefinitely suspended by UCLA, but it’s perhaps unsurprising that LaVar wants to distance his family from the current administration due to the current political climate.
Alternatively, it might not be a coincidence that LaVar dropped these comments right as the internet was tearing his son apart for not immediately rushing into a scrum to fight alongside his teammates while he’s simultaneously playing the worst stretch of basketball of his life.
LaVar is not an idiot, and he seems to understand more keenly than most what moves the news cycle along, and there is very little he could’ve done to make people forget about Lonzo’s struggles more quickly than start a feud with the most Twitter-argument happy president in U.S. history.
LaVar also just knows the simple value for he and his family’s eponymous Big Baller Brand of being in the news cycle, and this is certainly one way to get a lot more than the traditional outlets talking about him. All press is good press, as they say (unless it’s press about your sons shoplifting and/or playing badly).
Whatever the reason LaVar chose to go at Trump now, only one thing is certain: Everyone needs to grab their popcorn for the president’s response.
Meek Mill is in big trouble with the law ... trouble that could land him in prison for nearly 2 years.
Meek is going to court Monday for a couple of serious probation violations in his drug and weapons case ... he was arrested for fighting at a St. Louis airport in March, and arrested again in August for recklessly driving his motorcycle in NYC.
The judge in the case has already made it clear ... one false move and she'll drop the hammer on Meek. In fact, in 2015 he left Pennsylvania for a gig without getting approval from the court and the judge put him on house arrest.
The 2 recent arrests are even more serious, and if Meek got house arrest for a travel faux pas, he's in big big trouble now.
BTW ... Meek's airport case and reckless driving case have both already been dropped.
Worst case scenario ... Meek could spend around 20 months in prison.
this is guy who they attacked .
Don't show shit at all but I'm intrigued to know what it's about
It's good when producers give input to an artist when making a song.