Saturday, September 08, 2007

 

Better than nothing...maybe.

It's been a while since I last held the distinguished office of Weekend Blogger. I can't say that I actually missed it, but due to my financial situation I wasn't in any position to turn down "The Fly's" most recent (and most generous) offer. You see, things sort of took a turn for the worse after I was "shitcanned" for intentionally posting during a weekday. Here's what happened:

After losing my only source of income as a senior weekend blogger assistant apprentice, I soon found myself desperate for money. No longer able to make good on my twenty-some-odd child support payments nor satisfy my addiction to huffing industrial solvents, I was eventually thrown into debtor's prison after my food stamps arbitrage fund imploded-- due to a "repricing of risk" in the Financial Assistance markets.

Naturally, the collapse of my firm triggered a full-blown panic throughout our nation's housing projects-- bursting the speculative bubble that had for several decades showcased the excessiveness and greed of the poor (or "sharks"). Food stamps, which had at one point commanded as many as seven bus tokens or even a fifth of Everclear, were now as worthless as a Lightning Round stock pick.

Times were tough for those who were heavily exposed to the poverty markets. As Jemal "You are...NOT the father!" Jenkins, a once affluent floor trader at the Marcy Projects Financial Assistance Exchange, explained to CNBC reporter Maria Bartiromo, "Real talk, this some bullshit, son. Those cats done did some sellin', right-- an' now we rollin' all financially impoverished an' shit. So now we needs to get back to stackin' dem papers by hustlin' fake jewelery outside of Burger King an' shit. You fell me?"

While I was enduring my own hardships in jail, Fly was kind enough to send me "The Forgotten Man" by Amity Shlaes. Despite the absence of any weapon or means of escape from prison hidden within the text, the book itself wasn't too bad. So at some point this weekend, I'll attempt to bring you another book review. But in keeping with my own precedent, the odds that I'll actually talk about the book or even anything that has to do with it are slim to none. What's worse, I can hardly guarantee that I'll even get around to making another post this weekend. Hell, I don't even know if this post is "legal".


"More on this later."


Here's some rap music (or something). I don't really know what's going on here, but there are a bunch of guys with guns and gang signs and shit like that (which, as you know, are very popular with today's youth).

Comments:
Just for kicks, who actually plays the videos of this gayngster rape shit?
 
Oh yeah, welcome back J.
 
Let's get it!
 
Yo Jemal! I fell ya.

I look for Mich. to roll in the big house today.
 
Shed, that's something I've often pondered. I'd say I click on about 5% of the youtube videos embedded on blogs lately (less if they appear to be rap). This is the only rap song I've actually watched through to the end.

Funny post too. Food stamp arbitrage, who knew?
 
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Otie, you sure your not in Paris,TX.
 
Lucy keep an eye on him.

Otie, will you erase these my posts in 5 hours as well?
 
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"Those cats done did some sellin', right-- an' now we rollin' all financially impoverished an' shit. "

Best line of the month.

Good to see you back, even if it means you are in jail.
 
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They should drop some of these guys in Fallujah or Kandahar so that we can see how hard they really are.

12:21 PM
 
Food stamps usually command fifty cents on the dollars. I got a guy in north philly who gets me 75.
 
Younggggg Jeezyyyyyyyy.
 
Better song: "Cracker give a Nigga a Hundred Years", Feature this song A.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=PFmzOtYHC1k&feature=bz100
 
le grande pussy: you get what you dragged that ho to paris for yet?
 
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le grande poupee .. I hope you're gettin what you're payin for
 
FYI -- the Forgotten Man is a great one.

Bet he's not forgotten by the ye Olde Horse Cropper, though.
 
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