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    A suspect in the 2015 murder of rapper Chinx has been arrested. Quincy Homere, 32, of Long Island faces the following charges: murder, attempted murder, assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

    Chinx,31, whose real name is Lionel Pickens, was gunned down in his Porsche back in May of 2015. The fatal shooting occurred in Queens at a red light near Queens Boulevard and 84th Drive, according to police.

    Chinx was shot multiple times in the torso and taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The rapper's friend, who was also in the car, suffered gunshot wounds to his back.

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    Ight bruhs...The CHAMP is back to son you niggas again.

    So I'm reactivating the league from last year (I'll send out the invites officially when I get home). Hopefully we have the same level of day to day participation that we had last year. (Btw idk if any of ya was ever bored enough to go back and read last year's thread, it was hilarious).

    Should be the same participants, except no Chitown to help @Beta try (unsuccesfully) to cheat his way to a win.

    @Ibex
    @Beta
    @ckfree
    @its....JOHN B
    @HustleThaDon
    @toheeb27
    @Peezy_Jenkins
    @BlackAX410
    @af.r.i.c.a.


    Probably gon need 2 more participants...1 to fill Chitown spot and I dont remember who the last person was on the IC.

    Draft will be the last Sunday before the NBA season starts (Idk the date yet so don't start crying) but let's figure out a time.

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    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-city-sues-quintonio-legrier-family-20171214-story.html

    In an unorthodox move, lawyers for the city of Chicago are seeking to sue the estate of a teen shot to death by a police officer two years ago, alleging he was responsible for the death of a bystander the officer accidentally killed as well.

    In a motion filed Thursday, the lawyers sought a Cook County judge’s approval to bring a lawsuit blaming Quintonio LeGrier, 19, for the shooting that also killed 55-year-old Bettie Jones.

    The proposed suit rests largely on allegations that LeGrier tried to hit Officer Robert Rialmo with an aluminum baseball bat before the officer opened fire, killing both the teenager and Jones, a neighbor standing nearby.

    If successful, the suit could shift some of the city’s potentially hefty financial liability for the death of an innocent woman onto LeGrier’s estate.

    It is only the latest twist in the litigation over the shooting on the day after Christmas 2015.

    In addition to suits by survivors of both LeGrier and Jones, Rialmo filed an unusual lawsuit against the Police Department that alleges in part that he was inadequately trained. The officer is also suing LeGrier’s estate, blaming him for a shooting that Rialmo says caused him emotional trauma.

    Now the city is echoing that litigation with its own suit against LeGrier’s estate.

    Attorney Basileios Foutris, who represents the LeGrier family, said the teen’s estate currently contains no assets — though lawsuits against the city in fatal police shootings can reap substantial damages.

    Foutris called the city’s move a “sick” and “twisted” attempt to shirk liability and said Rialmo should never have been on the street.

    “It’s not enough to kill people,” he said. “Now you gotta go ahead and sue them.”

    Rialmo’s attorney, Joel Brodsky, said the city’s suit backs up his contention that Rialmo fired in self-defense because of LeGrier’s actions. The officer was justified in shooting the bat-wielding teen, Brodsky said, even if that led to Jones’ death.

    An attorney representing the city, Matthew Hurd, could not be reached for comment, while Bill McCaffrey, spokesman for the city’s Law Department, declined to comment, citing the pending litigation.

    The shooting garnered wide attention as it killed a bystander and was the first fatal Chicago police shooting following the court-ordered release of video of an officer shooting teen Laquan McDonald 16 times. The video’s release sparked calls for Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s resignation and heated protests fueled by long-standing complaints about the department’s treatment of minorities. Efforts to overhaul the department continue more than two years after the video’s emergence.


    About 4:30 a.m on the day after Christmas 2015, Rialmo and his partner responded to 911 calls about a domestic disturbance at a West Side apartment where LeGrier was staying with his father.

    LeGrier had behaved erratically as a student at Northern Illinois University and had altercations with other students and run-ins with police, records show.

    LeGrier’s mental health has become an issue in the litigation that has followed his death, and the city’s proposed lawsuit alleges he “failed to take prescribed medication to control his mental illness.”

    Jones, who lived downstairs at the home in the 4700 block of West Erie Street, answered the door and pointed the cops to the second-floor apartment. LeGrier then came down the stairs with a baseball bat, according to an analysis released in February by State’s Attorney Kim Foxx’s office, which declined to bring charges against Rialmo in the incident.

    The police started to back up onto the front landing as the teen came toward them with the bat raised over his head, prosecutors wrote. As Rialmo backed down the stairs, he fired, according to prosecutors. He shot eight times, hitting LeGrier six times. Jones had been standing behind him and was shot once in the chest, prosecutors wrote.

    Rialmo recently stipulated in court that he knew Jones was standing close by when he fired, though Brodsky said the officer was nonetheless justified in firing in self-defense. Rialmo has said he feared for his life after LeGrier swung the bat at him

    Rialmo’s proximity to LeGrier during the shooting is at issue in the litigation. A witness said in a sworn deposition that Rialmo was on the sidewalk when he fired, and attorneys for the Jones and LeGrier families have said physical evidence backs up that testimony. But Rialmo said in a deposition that he fired his first shot from the porch, putting him closer to the teen at that critical moment.

    The Civilian Office of Police Accountability, which investigates shootings by Chicago police, has yet to rule on whether the shooting was justified under department policy.

    The city’s proposed lawsuit blames LeGrier for “negligent acts and/or omissions” including that he failed to follow police commands, advanced on officers, swung the bat at police and failed to take medication to control his mental illness.

    “We deny categorically that he did anything that justified him being shot,” Foutris, the LeGrier family lawyer, said.

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    A black music executive who was boarding first class called out a white woman for trying to cut him in line because she didn't believe he was a priority passenger.

    Emmit Walker was traveling to the Dominican Republic from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in DC on Tuesday for his 37th birthday and was waiting in the priority boarding queue when the unidentified woman behind him tried cutting into his place in line.

    Walker posted the interaction he had with the woman along with her photo, but later regretted it, saying he felt bad he put her on blast.

    According to Walker's Facebook post, the exchange with the woman went like this:
    'Her: excuse me I believe you may be in the wrong place you need to let us thru. This line is for priority boarding.
    Me: priority meaning first class correct?

    Her: Yes...now excuse me they will call y’all after we board.
    Me: *shove first class priority boarding pass in her face* you can relax ma’am I’m in the right spot, been here longer, so you can board after me.

    Her: *still won’t let It go* he must be military or something, but we paid for our seats so he still should have to wait.
    Me: nope to big to ever be in anybodies military. I’m just a n**** with money.
    Everybody waiting in line: starts to clap.'

    Now, in the moment, it is easy to get tempted in today's viral age to post something that you feel needs calling out, however, Walker apologized only a day later for putting the still unidentified woman's face out there.

    He wrote: 'When I posted that post on Facebook i didn’t expect all that to come from it. I can honestly name the four or five people i thought would comment with something funny, and that will be it. This racist stuff is definitely a issue but this is not the solution to that issue.'


    He earnestly adds, 'It brings me no joy waking up in paradise to for my 37 bday and knowing that woman might be going threw hell. The story was definitely real, just like this issue is definitely real, but I now know that I myself should of handled it another way, or left it how it was, and not shared it publicly.'

    'When dealing with people i always try to stay on the side of Right, so to make sure I never do anybody wrong, I try to always put myself in that persons shoes, and ask how would I feel if that person did this to me, and if I was her this morning I would be a total wreak today, and that doesn’t help this situation, or her...it only makes them more angry, and bring more drama...

    SO I WOULD LIKE TO APOLOGIZE AGAIN TO THE WOMAN I HAD THIS ENCOUNTER WITH YESTERDAY. NO MATTER HOW WRONG YOUR ACTIONS YOU DON’T DESERVE THIS,' he continues.

    He tagged several people in the post and concluded with: 'I BELIEVE IF YOU CAN’T HELP NOBODY AT THE VERY LEAST YOU SHOULD NEVER DO ANYTHING TO HURT THEM.'

    A lot of people who posted under his apology to the woman, said he had nothing to apologize for, however it was clearly weighing on his conscience.

    He said all the people he tagged on Instagram were his biggest followers and he was hoping that he could make his apology go viral as well


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5157539/Black-man-puts-white-woman-blast-class-flight.html#ixzz50pf3QWdP
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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    Shoutout to @Roster Player #99 for the heads up on this.




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    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
    The husband of a woman fatally shot in her home in June is being held without bond in her murder, reports CBS affiliate WPEC.

    Euri Jenkins, 31, is charged with premeditated first-degree murder in the death of Makeva Jenkins.

    The station reports that Euri Jenkins initially told investigators a masked gunman stormed into their home in June and shot and killed Makeva, an entrepreneur, just steps from their children. The family made emotional pleas for clues to help solve the case.

    Euri Jenkins' attorney told the station he's shocked to be sitting in jail and that he's innocent.

    A judge reportedly ordered Jenkins to have no contact with the family of his slain wife.

    According to the Palm Beach Post, Jenkins was 33, and mother to a 1-year-old, a 7-year-old, and a 13-year-old.

    WPEC reported in June that just hours before her murder, Jenkins posted a reflection of sorts on Facebook, celebrating her life's success and ability to go from homelessness to becoming a business owner. Jenkins managed the Prime Enterprise Group, which creates business plans and marketing strategies for entrepreneurs and small businesses, according to the Palm Beach Post.

    "We overcame being homeless in 2013/2014 to reaching my six figure mark in 2015 to now making multi six figures. No matter what the road looked like, I followed my heart and stuck with it growing my business," Jenkins wrote.

    Euri Jenkins is one of two suspects held in the killing of Makeva. 20-year-old Joevan Joseph has been in jail since his arrest in August

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    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.
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    this is guy who they attacked .

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    I messed with bootlegs and recording shit onto cassette tape at the start but this is the first album I ever got from the shops.





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    What was yours? this shit will show peoples ages.

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  • 12/15/17--10:07: Death Row vs Wu-Tang
  • Vote Or Die!!!

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    https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2017/10/google-ai-outperforms-developers-in-writing-machine-learning-algorithms/

    A tool created by Google engineers to automate the writing of machine learning algorithms has outperformed developers in the creation of efficient machine learning systems for some tasks.

    The AutoML (automated machine learning) tool was announced earlier this year by Google representatives. Its creation was motivated by the widespread skills shortage associated with coding, particularly for machine learning applications. The Google team built a machine learning system capable of rapidly creating, testing and refining machine learning architectures.

    “One way we hope to make AI more accessible is by simplifying the creation of machine learning models called neural networks,” wrote Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, in a blog post.

    “Today, designing neural nets is extremely time intensive, and requires an expertise that limits its use to a smaller community of scientists and engineers. That’s why we’ve created an approach called AutoML, showing that it’s possible for neural nets to design neural nets.”

    The AutoML approach allows for a “controller neural net” to put forward a suggestion of a basic architecture for a new machine learning algorithm, which can be subsequently trained to perform a highly specialised task. The algorithm’s performance is evaluated and this feedback is used to improve the next attempt.

    After repeating these simulations thousands of times, the controller is well-informed about which architectures are likely to perform better at this task. This entire process is automated and takes a matter of hours.

    Within just five months, Google has reported that AutoML has begun to generate machine learning algorithms which outperform those written by the developers themselves. An AutoML-generated algorithm proved capable of learning to recognise and categorise images – an extremely complex task – reached a record 82 per cent accuracy.

    Even in complex tasks, the AutoML code outperformed code written by developers: in a task in which the system had to mark the location of various objects within an image, the developers’ machine learning software achieved 39 per cent accuracy, while the AutoML software achieved 43 per cent.

    Once well-honed enough such that it could be used for practical applications, tools like AutoML could be incorporated into machines of the near future, allowing them to update themselves regularly and even create new programs to solve specific problems.

    While machines outperforming humans in highly-skilled jobs remains a fantasy, the success of AutoML demonstrates the slight edge that artificially intelligent systems can have over humans in performing tedious tasks: in this case, the ability of AutoML to rapidly run through thousands of possible architectures would otherwise take months of work for a developer, whose time could be put to better use on more creative tasks.

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    NBA 2k???


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    As many here may already know, I'm not religious, but I tend to believe there is some kind of higher power out there. Lately, I haven't discussed religion with much people because I consider religion to be something of a scam and it seems more and more people are realizing this, but I remain very open to there being some kind of god or higher power out there. I have flirted with all out atheism before and at times still do, but I can't get around the fact that there seems to be SOME kind of design in the world. As flawed as much of it is......

    With that being said, my mom is a nurse and takes care of special needs children. What made me create this thread is that she is now taking care of a 5 year old girl who not only has autism, she was born with a hole in her throat, born a dwarf, cannot speak, and is partially deaf. She needs an oxygen tank at all times. The mother of the girl is a healthy woman who seems responsible, and ironically is somewhat religious. So how the hell does a religious woman give birth to a baby born with all these deformities?

    For those who firmly believe or at least think there is a god/higher power, is it safe to say that god/the gods are somewhat lazy? Thousands, maybe millions of babies are born with deformities every year, and while I hear some say god doesn't make mistakes, that clearly isn't the case. Or maybe my expectations of a god are too high? It just seems weird that our "god" can make so many mistakes in life.

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  • 11/05/13--21:16: Black Ink Crew
  • Is nobody watchin this show????? I mean this season been off the chain wit Puma and Sassy leaving. The emergence of Dutchess and her off the chain personality. Oh Shit legal trouble's. Teddy Ruks bangin every bitch moving it seem. Walt juss posted doin whatever he do. And Alex still bat shit crazy. I love this show just surprised nobody speaking on it.

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  • 12/14/17--19:50: White Posters: Dedication
  • Shout out to every active white poster on the I.c. Streets.

    Y’all mfs got some thick skin for real. All the race related shit posted yet y’all still contribute.

    That’s dedication. That’s black power right there. Y’all know and see what your melanin deficient brethren refuses to acknowledge.

    I’m surrounded by white ppl all day everyday during business hours. If only 20% of the whites I deal with had y’all level of understanding, my days would be so much easier.

    Most of the Caucasian posters have fallen to the wayside but the ones that remain....salute

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    Man if u were like me when u were younger u loved DBZ. This thread is for all those DBZ heads in here. If u have a fav scene or sum funny shit about DBZ post it in here

    Tell me this shit don't get u hype

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