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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 9:25 am
I switched up CDs this morning, taking out WC's "Guilty by Association" and throwing in the chopped and screwed "Sound of Revenge" disc. I'd recommend both (WC, if you can only grab one).
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 10:17 am
Some of my favorite Immortal Technique songs..

Caught In A Hustle
Dance With The Devil
You Never Know
Creation & Destruction
Leaving The Past
Harlem Streets
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 10:44 am
bigstrads wrote:Ohh I dont know man.............Ive never expressed my views on that kind of issue..............Im pretty much spot on with what he said in that song..............I have my own 9-11 file of evidence/facts/reports/video/audio...............I know quite abit about it and have have had many a debate with people, trying to turn them onto believing the facts of science and logic, rather than the "facts" of politicians.........

Here, Ill give you just one that beautifully unravels the whole thing..............whats the melting point of Steel? and whats the maximum temperature that jet fuel can reach when fully oxygenated? let alone that black smoke was consistent, meaning that the fires were oxygen starved..............now, whats the maximum temparature achievable of C4 explosives..............and why was there heat residue still exceeding the max temp of jet fuel, viewable on thermal imaging up to 8 days after the collapse..............

Feel free to delete this post after youve read it.............but think about/look into it.............

If you want to know more, let me know, Ive got tons, Im abit of an officiando............please respond with yout thoughts though, Id value it greatly, perhaps a PM battle? :wink:


Well, you know, it's not that I don't want to discuss it. It's more that I don't know anything about that topic, other than what I watched on TV when it happened.

Sooooo... I don't think it's a good idea to talk about a topic when I don't know what you're talking about (I mean, all the theories about melting points and the like). How can I prove anything wrong?. How can I form my own opinion when I only have one to rely on?.

More than a conversation, it would be a speech... You posting all that info and my posts being limited to :thumbup: :thumbright: :thumbleft: :wink:



Although I'm sure migya will be interested in that one. I remember one thread (years ago) where he posted about a video he downloaded about all the things that didn't add up... It may still be in the off-topic somewhere.
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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 11:10 am
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bigstrads wrote:Ohh I dont know man.............Ive never expressed my views on that kind of issue..............Im pretty much spot on with what he said in that song..............I have my own 9-11 file of evidence/facts/reports/video/audio...............I know quite abit about it and have have had many a debate with people, trying to turn them onto believing the facts of science and logic, rather than the "facts" of politicians.........

Here, Ill give you just one that beautifully unravels the whole thing..............whats the melting point of Steel? and whats the maximum temperature that jet fuel can reach when fully oxygenated? let alone that black smoke was consistent, meaning that the fires were oxygen starved..............now, whats the maximum temparature achievable of C4 explosives..............and why was there heat residue still exceeding the max temp of jet fuel, viewable on thermal imaging up to 8 days after the collapse..............

Feel free to delete this post after youve read it.............but think about/look into it.............

If you want to know more, let me know, Ive got tons, Im abit of an officiando............please respond with yout thoughts though, Id value it greatly, perhaps a PM battle? :wink:


Well, you know, it's not that I don't want to discuss it. It's more that I don't know anything about that topic, other than what I watched on TV when it happened.

Sooooo... I don't think it's a good idea to talk about a topic when I don't know what you're talking about (I mean, all the theories about melting points and the like). How can I prove anything wrong?. How can I form my own opinion when I only have one to rely on?.

More than a conversation, it would be a speech... You posting all that info and my posts being limited to :thumbup: :thumbright: :thumbleft: :wink:



Although I'm sure migya will be interested in that one. I remember one thread (years ago) where he posted about a video he downloaded about all the things that didn't add up... It may still be in the off-topic somewhere.


Lol. :mrgreen:

Cool man, no worries...............was just giving some food for thought perhaps.

I find alot of people dont want to even think about it really, cant seem to comprehend the result of statements like that............not a nice thing to believe really, especially as we are largely helpless against it.

Anyway. :wink:

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» Fri Feb 15, 2008 4:03 pm
32 have you heard WC first album with DJ Alladin.. They were called Low Profile, A Classic.. The beats & mixing were tight, Alladin was the DJ World Champ..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcMDoLWaL40

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» Sat Feb 16, 2008 3:39 pm
1 of the cut's I've played lately is O.C. Time's Up, A little O'l School Hip Hop but still relevant..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFC2PEbwCk
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» Sat Feb 16, 2008 6:57 pm
O.G. Broe wrote:1 of the cut's I've played lately is O.C. Time's Up, A little O'l School Hip Hop but still relevant..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EWFC2PEbwCk


"Word...Life" is one of the most underrated rap albums of all time.... Born 2 Live is one of my favorite songs of all time....so nostalgic...
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» Tue Feb 19, 2008 9:24 am
O.G. Broe wrote:32 have you heard WC first album with DJ Alladin.. They were called Low Profile, A Classic.. The beats & mixing were tight, Alladin was the DJ World Champ..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcMDoLWaL40

Ahhh, throwin it back, bro. Hell yeah, I remember!

You ever listen to Body Count, broe? My friend just recommend it, but I'd never heard any of their stuff. Its a hip-hop group with Ice Tea, centered around hard-rock beats and street-centered lyrics. Sounded kinda interesting, but I wanted to know what other people thought before I dropped some cash on a CD (yes, I still buy my music the old fashion way; I don't steal it).
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» Wed Feb 27, 2008 5:43 pm
Mushroom Cloud Experiments = Shatterstar
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» Wed Feb 27, 2008 8:05 pm
Madvillain - Accordian
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» Mon Mar 03, 2008 7:55 pm
bob marley - soul rebel
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» Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:09 pm
John Coltrane - Coltrane Plays The Blues

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» Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:15 pm
32 wrote:
O.G. Broe wrote:32 have you heard WC first album with DJ Alladin.. They were called Low Profile, A Classic.. The beats & mixing were tight, Alladin was the DJ World Champ..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DcMDoLWaL40

Ahhh, throwin it back, bro. Hell yeah, I remember!

You ever listen to Body Count, broe? My friend just recommend it, but I'd never heard any of their stuff. Its a hip-hop group with Ice Tea, centered around hard-rock beats and street-centered lyrics. Sounded kinda interesting, but I wanted to know what other people thought before I dropped some cash on a CD (yes, I still buy my music the old fashion way; I don't steal it).
I haven't heard the CD, I think the song that brought some pub to the group was a song called Body Bag that was about killing a cop..
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» Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:30 pm
I remember seeing Body Count at 1015 Folsom circa 1994. They were loud as shite!!
The Melvins opened up for them, with my buddy filling in on bass.
Alphabet Soup was downstairs in the lounge... those were the days...

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» Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:39 pm
I've been slappin' a lot of Daft Punk in my car lately.

- One More Time
- Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
- Around the World
- Da Funk
- Touch It
.... ect.

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