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    Season starts Tuesday. Let's get it!!

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  • 11/16/17--05:45: Fair or Foul?
  • I need some input. Over the summer I damn near broke up with my girl because she somehow hacked into my phone and found some explicit texts that I had been sending back and forth with a former female coworker. It never led to anything physical but she was pissed at me for betraying her trust and I was pissed at her for betraying mine by hacking into my phone.

    We both promised to never violate each other like that again.

    Fast forward to last week. Some spicy lil slut starts randomly messaging me on FB and I engaged in the conversation with her like a dummy, she was fine though...smh. This led to a bunch of explicit pics and texts sent to me by the girl....


    Long story short, my girl hacked my phone again. Whatever she's using, she doesn't even need access to my phone to do it. She literally read messages from my phone from her phone. So now she's pissed and ready to break up cuz I betrayed her trust again, and I'm pissed cuz she betrayed mine again too....am I wrong for being pissed? I feel like my privacy was invaded and I probably wouldn't have even pursued anything else with the other girl...just was doing shit just to do it. Smh

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    GO FUCK UR MOTHER BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i got songs 2 sing & dances 2 dance

    i got a life outside of allhiphop, ya know?

    i need 2 go back to my internet dating portfolio

    im goin 2 be making cheap azz movies with expensive ideaz

    like this

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    fuck ya life, mothafuckaz!

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    https://www.yahoo.com/news/oklahoma-science-teacher-22-charged-161746590.html

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    A 22-year-old science teacher from Oklahoma was charged with rape after sheriff’s deputies barged in on a tryst she had allegedly set up with a teenage student.

    Hunter Day, of Yukon, admitted to exchanging explicit texts with the boy, a student in her chemistry class at Yukon Public Schools, after police discovered her in her home surrounded by scented candles on Wednesday, the Canadian County Sheriff’s Office said.

    The boy was meant to meet the science teacher at her home on Wednesday and the deputies, who were given the teenager’s cellphone by his parents, sent her a message “I’m here.” Day responded, “the doors [sic] unlocked as usual,” according to authorities.

    She also allegedly texted that the student should hurry up because her husband would be home soon. News 9 Oklahoma reports that Day’s husband is the football coach at Yukon schools.

    “Inside the living room, sitting on floor with the lights turned off in the living room, with candles lit was Hunter Day,” according to Canadian Country Sheriff Chris West.

    Day is facing charges of facilitating sexual contact with a minor, second-degree rape and possession of child pornography. Is is being held on $85,000 bail.

    The sheriff’s office said deputies began their investigation when the boy’s parents contacted authorities. Evidence of the relationship was allegedly found on his phone, which included nude pictures and lurid text messages.

    “This is a classic case of a serious breach of public trust. School teachers are entrusted to protect and educate our children, not to engage in an unlawful sexual relationship with them,” Canadian Country Sheriff Chris West said. “I’m no longer surprised by the people who commit these crimes, because predators come from all walks of life.”

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  • 11/17/17--13:52: R.I.P. Montana Trax
  • Sad news today. Memphis producer and 8-Ball & MJG associate Montana Trax has passed. Dude produced many tracks for fellow Memphis artists but also did tracks for Rick Ross, Juvenile, Raekwon, Lil Boosie, Young Buck and Zed Zilla. Not much else known at this time. Montana Trax also dropped 2 solo albums on 8-Ball's 8 Ways Entertainment.

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  • 11/17/17--14:28: WC - Rich Rollin
  • Perfect Friday song
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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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    Tyrese Gibson is not only on the ropes emotionally, but financially as well.

    Tyrese submitted legal docs to the court in his ongoing war with ex-wife Norma Gibson, detailing his financials.

    The actor pulls in $105,686 every month. That's sweet, except when you look at what he spends. Tyrese says his monthly nut is $107,576, which puts him in the red.

    The docs say Tyrese has $884,658 in the bank. He also has real property worth around $1.7 mil.

    There's another problem ... he owes his lawyers $133,750.





    http://www.tmz.com/2017/11/15/tyrese-money-problems-debt-custody-case-restraining-order/

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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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    Steven Spielberg once said that he does "Movie Orgy" every now and again where he will watch several films in over a week's time. Well I recently did this thanks to Redbox and Blockbuster express where films are only a Dollar. From April 6th to 16th over 10 days I watched 18 films, here are the movies I watched, mind you I haven't seen any of them

    The Hunger Games (Theater)- C+
    Captain America B-
    The Hangover II- C
    The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo- B+
    Thor- C +
    Contagion- B -
    The Killer Elite- D
    Hanna- B -
    Green Lateran- C +
    J. Edgar- C -
    In Time- C
    The Adventures of Tin-Tin- B -
    Real Steel - C +
    Drive - A
    Colombiana - C+
    Zodiac (Finally finished Ficher's Whole catalog) - B +
    Vantage Point- C +
    Gone Baby Gone- A

    It was pretty cool to catch on on so many movies I hadn't seen. Overall, "Gone Baby Gone" and "Drive" had the most impact.

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    Young and Old , at a cookout or Thanksgiving etc , what that one song that your whole family grooves to when its put on ?


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    Iiiight, let's try this again.

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  • 11/02/17--16:47: Wentworth
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    GOAT prison show outa Australia. Get familiar if ya ain't know.

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    The perfect song for today.

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    WOAH!!!

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    MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -
    A Memphis jury is deliberating the fate of a 19-year-old woman accused of killing three people over hair weave

    Shelby Isaac is accused of shooting and killing E.J. Tate, his girlfriend Edwina Thomas, and their unborn child in January 2016.

    During closing arguments Friday, prosecutors told jurors they had a responsibility to uphold justice.

    "She took their life. You've got a job to do, do it. Find her guilty," prosecutor Gavin Smith said.

    Investigators said Isaac set up a meeting with Tate and Thomas. They said she planned the meeting so she could get a refund on hair weave she'd bought from the couple.

    Prosecutors said she knew exactly what she was doing when she brought a gun to that meeting and opened fire on the couple.

    "We know that she took the time to pull out that gun; she took the time to extend her arm and point it at these people," Smith said.

    During the trial, Smith showed the jury fingerprint evidence that linked Isaac to the crime scene. Witnesses also said Isaac had blood on her clothes and a lot of cash on her person shortly after the couple was killed.

    Isaac's defense team said the witnesses statements were all inconsistent. The attorneys said there was no solid proof pointing to Isaac as the shooter.

    "When you follow the credible and unbiased evidence in this case, it does not lead you to Shelby Isaac," Lauren Funchs said.

    Meanwhile, Tate's family members said they just want justice served.

    "I do want justice for my son," Tate's mother Gloria said. "I don't want her on the streets walking freely and I have to go to the grave site every week to talk to my child."

    Each day brings new tears for Gloria. She sat through closing arguments Friday after four days of testimony, and she said she's convinced Isaac did it.

    "The finger should be pointed at Shelby Isaac. She's the one who said she wanted her money back," Gloria said.

    http://www.wmcactionnews5.com/story/36874144/jury-deliberates-fate-of-19-year-old-hair-weave-murder-suspect

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  • 12/03/16--15:42: I am the number 9-poem
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    I’m the number 9 in a family of tens.
    I’m lost because the tens end with a zero and I can’t fit in.
    So the family name leaves me off by ten times plus 9 and me.
    How lonely now can a number 9 be?
    I spoke once with number 99 and asked her how she felt to be one number off the 100.
    Did she feel closer to 100 than the 99, but she replied no, and said for the 100th time I am not with the 100 because I am in the family of nines. One number off can change
    my name and although I am a number it means the same.
    She told a story and I probably should refrain, but she told of a list of numbers and how they came.
    There first was one that started it all; and from this one came us all. If we stayed one then maybe the numbers would never have changed, but then came two and that changed everything.
    So the battles were fought and some were lost. Some in the hundreds of thousands and we all know what that cost. To lose one is one too many, but the numbers were strong. The numbers were plenty.
    The numbers split into how they came and now I should tell you of our little game.
    The googolplexian is far from one, but if you add one to it than what does a googolplexian become?
    From there we can say if the one was not added and instead subtracted then that one and only one makes for the entire story actually, so it’s done.
    But between the two there is so much in between, not as much as colors but in everything there are some shades of gray.
    The numbers classifications can now be understood this way.
    The hundred million are closer to the million than the billion.
    The thousand are closer to the million than the hundreds. Inside of the thousands there are many hundreds and inside the million are hundreds of thousands. It is only the 9 that stand alone. And it is because of this foundation the others have grown.

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  • 04/07/17--07:38: Marvel's The Punisher
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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2017/11/16/men-who-allege-they-were-framed-crooked-chicago-cop-get-mass-exoneration/871216001/

    Men who allege they were framed by crooked Chicago cop get mass exoneration

    CHICAGO — A judge on Thursday threw out convictions against 15 men who allege they were framed by a corrupt former Chicago Police sergeant and his underlings who demanded protection payoffs from residents and drug dealers in a city housing project.

    Judge LeRoy Martin Jr. agreed to dismiss the charges after Cook County prosecutors confirmed at a brief hearing that they no longer had faith in the credibility of convictions brought against the men who were arrested on various drug charges from 2003 to 2008 by the rogue cop Ronald Watts and officers under his charge.

    “In good conscience we could not see these convictions stand,” said Mark Rotert, who heads the Cook County State's Attorney's conviction integrity unit.

    The mass exoneration is the latest mark on the Chicago Police Department, which has come under fire in the city’s black and Latino communities for unnecessarily using deadly force, police brutality and mistreatment of minorities.

    The U.S. Justice Department issued a scathing report in the final days of the Obama administration about the Chicago Police Department finding that the city’s police force is beset by widespread racial bias, poor training and feckless oversight of officers accused of misconduct.


    Following the dismissal of charges against the 15 men on Thursday, Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said in a joint statement that they had “zero tolerance for abuse, misconduct or any unlawful actions” by law enforcement. More convictions could potentially be overturned as the integrity unit says it will review any credible complaints brought by people convicted of crimes that were investigated by Watts.

    “The actions of Ronald Watts must be condemned by all of us, and we will continue our work to ensure the abuses of the past are never repeated in the future,” Emanuel and Johnson said in the statement.

    The dismissals come two months after lawyers for the 15 men filed a petition on their behalf asking that their drug convictions be overturned because they had been framed by Watts.

    Watts and another officer, Kallat Mohammed, pleaded guilty on federal charges in 2013 for stealing money from a drug courier who'd been working as an FBI informant. Watts received a 22-month sentence and Mohammed was sentenced to 18-months in federal prison for the shakedowns.

    But the petitioners said Watts and his officers had terrorized residents of the Ida B. Wells public housing complex, a massive complex on the city’s South Side that is now shuttered, for years before they were caught by federal agents.

    The petitioners also allege that several other officers, beyond Mohammed, took part in the scheme to plant drugs on innocent residents and drug dealers who refused to pay protection money. Several hours after the convictions were overturned, police department spokesman Frank Giancamilli confirmed that six officers and one sergeant who worked under Watts on the overturned cases, and are still work for the police department, were placed on desk duty pending an internal review of the cases.

    Rotert said after reviewing the cases prosecutors concluded that the police officers were “not being truthful” and lost confidence in the arresting officers’ reports and testimony.

    Rotert declined to speak about specific evidence that led State’s Attorney Kim Foxx to move to ask the courts to drop the charges. But he noted that his unit saw a troubling trend of defendants complaining early during their prosecution that drugs had been planted on them by Watts and his officers.

    The 15 men, who had 18 convictions connected to Watts and his officers, join five others whose drug-related convictions connected to the officers that were previously overthrown. All the men were African-American and received sentences ranging from probation to nine years in prison.

    Joshua Tepfer, the lead attorney representing the 15 men in the case, said police ignored complaints by residents about Watts and his officers.

    One petitioner who had has conviction overturned, Leonard Gipson, 36, alleged that it was common knowledge in Ida B. Wells housing complex that Watts demanded payments from drug dealers and would plant drugs on men in the project — some who say they were not dealers — if they refused to pay him bribes.

    He filed a complaint with the police department after he was arrested in 2003 and says Watts planted drugs on him. Four months later with charges still pending in the first arrest, he said Watts arrested him and planted drugs on him once again.

    “Everybody knew if you’re not going to pay Watts, you were going to jail,” Gipson said.

    In fact, Watts had been on the FBI’s radar for several years before he was finally arrested along with a junior officer Kallat Mohammed in 2012 after they were caught shaking down an FBI informant.

    A September 2004 FBI report included portions of an interview by federal agents with an individual who alleged “Watts gets IBW (Ida B. Wells) drug dealers to pay him ‘to work’ (sell drugs) in the housing project. If the payments are made to Watts, he will in turn allow the drug dealers to continue to sell drugs.” The interview surfaced as a result of 2014 federal lawsuit filed by a man who alleged he had been framed by Watts, according to court filings.

    Tepfer says Watts and his crew made about 500 arrests from 2003 to 2008 that led to convictions. He said that he and his team are currently vetting as many as two dozen additional convictions of people who said they had drugs planted on them by Watts or his officers for refusing to pay them off.

    “These convictions stick with you,” Tepfer said. “The time that you served you can’t get back. It affects your ability to get jobs, housing, to get public aid…These were poor, African-American impoverished communities in public housing that had no ability to trust law enforcement to help.”

    Philip Thomas, 58, one of the petitioners who had his conviction overturned, said the anger still lingers over the more than six years he spent in prison on convictions that he says were the result of Watts and his officers planting drugs on him.

    “The better years of my life were spent running from them and then in the penitentiary,” Thomas said.


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    http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000691077/article/colin-kaepernick-explains-protest-of-national-anthem

    Colin Kaepernick explains protest of national anthem

    SANTA CLARA, Ca. -- Forty Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick has willingly and knowingly immersed himself into controversy by refusing to stand for the playing of the national anthem in protest of what he deems are wrongdoings against African Americans and minorities in the United States.

    His latest refusal to stand for the anthem -- he has done this in at least one other preseason game -- came before the 49ers preseason loss to Green Bay at Levi's Stadium.

    "I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people and people of color," Kaepernick told NFL Media in an exclusive interview after the game against Green Bay. "To me, this is bigger than football and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder."


    The 49ers issued this statement: "The national anthem is and always will be a special part of the pre-game ceremony. It is an opportunity to honor our country and reflect on the great liberties we are afforded as its citizens. In respecting such American principles as freedom of religion and freedom of expression, we recognize the right of an individual to choose and participate, or not, in our celebration of the national anthem."

    By taking a stand for civil rights, Kaepernick, 28, joins other athletes, like the NBA's Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony and several WNBA players in using their platform and status to raise awareness to issues affecting minorities in the U.S.

    However, refusal to support the American flag as a means to take a stand has brought incredible backlash before and likely will in this instance. The NBA's Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf of the Denver Nuggets, formerly Chris Jackson before converting to Islam, refused to acknowledge the flag in protest, citing similar reasons as Kaepernick and saying that it conflicted with some of his Islamic beliefs.

    Abdul-Rauf drew the ire of fans and was briefly suspended by the NBA before a compromise was worked out between the league and player, who eventually stood with his teammates and coaches at the playing of the national anthem.

    Kaepernick said that he is aware of what he is doing and that he knows it will not sit well with a lot of people, including the 49ers. He said that he did not inform the club or anyone affiliated with the team of his intentions to protest the national anthem.

    "This is not something that I am going to run by anybody," he said. "I am not looking for approval. I have to stand up for people that are oppressed. ... If they take football away, my endorsements from me, I know that I stood up for what is right."

    Kaepernick said that he has thought about going public with his feelings for a while but that "I felt that I needed to understand the situation better."

    He said that he has discussed his feelings with his family and, after months of witnessing some of the civil unrest in the U.S., decided to be more active and involved in rights for black people. Kaepernick, who is biracial, was adopted and raised by white parents and siblings.

    Kaepernick's Twitter feed is filled with civil rights Tweets and messages.


    The former Super Bowl starting quarterback's decision to go public comes while he is fighting for his football life with the 49ers, who drafted him in the second round in 2011. He lost his starting job last season after being one of the most promising players in the NFL during his run under former coach Jim Harbaugh.

    Over the past few months, his relationship with management has turned sour. He requested a trade last spring, which never came to fruition. He also has spent most of the offseason rehabilitating from operations to his left (non-throwing) shoulder, his hand and knee. That left him unable to fully compete with Blaine Gabbert for months and now, just weeks before the regular season starts, has him seemingly in a bind to regain his starting job.

    He made his preseason debut against the Packers and played for the second quarter, completing two of six passes for 14 yards. He looked as rusty as you'd expect from someone who has not played since last November.

    Following the game and without any knowledge of Kaepernick's non-football behavior, coach Chip Kelly said that there has never been any discussion about cutting Kaepernick.


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