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    Probably say "fuck me nigger" every time he smashes.


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  • 08/18/17--20:13: Fight Back Paris!!
  • :joy: :joy: The fight starts at 5:00. Don't be pulling his black card. Paris family is from Georgia. I thought he was gonna tell Keith to step outside. I ain't never seen nobody that fully committed to cooning


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    KISSIMMEE, Fla. —
    One Kissimmee police officer has been killed and another is in grave condition after what authorities said was an ambush style shooting Friday night.

    Kissimmee police chief Jeff O'Dell said Sergeant Sam Howard and Officer Matthew Baxter were shot when they responded to a call in the area of Palmway and Cypress streets shortly before 9:30 p.m.

    Baxter, a 3-year-veteran of the department has been pronounced dead and Howard, a 10-year-veteran, was gravely injured, O'Dell said.

    Police were called to the area to investigate suspicious activity. As the officers arrived and began speaking with three people, a fourth person emerged and fired at police, authorities said. The officers did not have an opportunity to return fire, O'Dell said.

    Police said the shooting happened in an area known for drug activity.

    O'Dell said three people are in custody, but a fourth remains at large.

    Kissimmee police said it has been 25 years since an officer died in the line of duty. Sergeant Douglas Odell Parsons died on April 27, 1993 of a heart attack and Patrolman Thomas Alan Bartholomew was shot and killed July 18, 1983.

    President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Rick Scott and Central Florida’s law enforcement community are mourning with the Kissimmee Police Department Saturday.

    Trump tweeted early Saturday, “My thoughts and prayers are with Kissimmee police and their loved ones. We are with you!”

    Scott said on his official Twitter account that he is “heartbroken to hear of the loss of Kissimmee police officer Matthew Baxter. Praying for a quick recovery for the officer in critical condition.”

    Central Florida’s law enforcement agencies also offered condolences to the Kissimmee Police Department.

    On its Twitter account, the Orlando Police Department said, “Please keep @kissimmeepolice in your prayers tonight.”

    The Orange County Sheriff’s Office also offered its own message of comfort, saying, “Our solidarity is with @kissimmeepolice as they deal with this tragic loss.”

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    Video of an Ohio cop brutalizing an unarmed black man appears to undercut the initial police story about what happened.

    The Euclid Police Department originally released a statement claiming that Richard Hubbard III had ignored Officer Michael Amiott‘s instruction to “face away” as he stepped out of his car and then began to resist.

    Dashcam video, however, appears to show Hubbard fully complying. As Amiott repeats his instruction, Hubbard is in the process of turning away–and then the officer appears to snap.

    Amiott grabs Hubbard’s arms, pushes him, kicks him, and with the help of another cop, wrestles him to the ground. As the two officers hold Hubbard down, Amiott slams his head into the pavement multiple times and punches him repeatedly. The other officer retreats as Hubbard’s girlfriend jumps out of the car, screaming.

    All the while, Amiott continues to go at Hubbard–who was allegedly pulled over on suspicion of driving with a suspended license. Hubbard was ultimately charged for that traffic offense–and for resisting arrest.

    Those charges have proven controversial. Protests ensued. Hubbard’s attorney, Christopher McNeal, said:

    “Your own two eyes and common sense can lead to only one reasonable conclusion as to the propriety of the level of force used for a basic traffic stop and whether or not my client had a chance to comply.”

    In light of the uproar, the Euclid Police Department released Officer Amiott’s personnel file. Its contents are not likely to accrue to the department’s benefit. The image painted by Amiott’s file is not particularly flattering. It shows an officer with a history of allegedly losing evidence, losing his temper and losing the ability to drive police cars without crashing them.

    Amiott also resigned from his prior job–moments before he was slated to be fired–at the Mentor Police Department because he conducted a traffic stop allegedly without probable cause and then lied about it. He’s been accused of using excessive force before, too.



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    He has the last verse.

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    let's see your organization building skillset.

    you are tasked with building a criminal organization that can stand the test of time.

    You can recruit anyone from any era. real or TV or movie. dictator, book writer, military leader.

    You must pick a leader, second in command and enforcer.

    you criminal organization can deal with anything. weight, bitches, selling tainted blood from dead bodies, or nuclear yellow cake...this doesn't need to be specified. simply because a powerful group can be powerful in any industry.

    but you must specify who the leader, second in command and enforcer is AMD why you picked that particular person.

    allow your creativity to flourish.

    who will have the greatest criminal org?

    who will not be defeated?

    an you can poke holes in other people's shit aswell. cuz everyone has a weakness.

    let's go.

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  • 08/18/17--11:35: Beat Da Lem
  • Our talented IC Fam @LEMZIMUS_RAMSEY has a distinct talent to deconstruct a IG models photo tricks and remove the polish for ur eyes to see the grit. I challenge you to come stump the Lem and Post a pic of an IG models pic that he cannot deconstruct. As an example work homie 06qznouixn9f.gif

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    and accept the hairline L?


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  • 08/10/17--05:21: New
  • yo

    as y'all are aware, we have been getting ready to move to a new platform. it's currently in beta form, and we're still working the bugs out, but u are all invited to check it out at:

    in this platform, IC posters will truly be the Community of AllHipHop. the IC won't just be a different part of the main website, IC posters will be an integral part of the entire community. we'll be able to make threads off of articles, take articles from other sites and post em on ours, post gifs at will, have access to Twitter, FB, Snap, Youtube, and others, AND we have a dedicated team to customize for future projects.

    with that said, there's been some technical issues here on the Vanilla platform that we're currently on. once the move is complete, posters will STILL be able to access this site, but it will be read-only (like the Forum of Fame currently is). as we make the transition though, there have been some issues on Vanilla. we apologize for the inconvenience, we've been tryna make this as smooth as possible.

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    {Knowing the government will definitely look into this post, I'd say be careful or not with what you'd say}
    Antifa is a far-left militant political movement of autonomous, self-described anti-fascist groups in the United States. The term is loosely used to refer to anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-homophobia, as well as anarchist and anti-capitalist groups. Unlike the traditional left, the ambit of self-described antifa groups is to oppose Fascism in direct action. These groups are usually anti-government and anti-capitalist, and furthermore their methodologies and tactics are more aggressively violent and anarchistic than those of associated groups in the far left.

    According to The Economist, the "word Antifa has its roots in Anti-Fascist Action, a name taken up by European political movements in the 1930s" and which was revived in the 1990s, particularly in Germany. Peter Beinart writes that "In the late ’80s, left-wing punk fans in the United States began following suit, though they initially called their groups Anti-Racist Action, on the theory that Americans would be more familiar with fighting racism than fascism." Antifa groups are known for militant protest tactics, including property damage and, sometimes, physical violence. Antifa focuses more on fighting far-right ideology than encouraging pro-left policy

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    @Trillfate They just announced it!

    I have waited for this day. Thank you God!!!


    It’s been more than five years since “Curb Your Enthusiasm” went off the air, and we’re feeling pretty, pretty good that it’s finally coming back to the small screen.

    Details on the new season, due out this year, have been few and far between, but we gathered together all the juicy tidbits out there to tide you over until our favorite curmudgeon returns.

    The whole gang is (mostly) back.

    It’s been confirmed that J.B. Smoove, Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Richard Lewis, Mary Steenburgen, Ted Danson and Susie Essman are all set to return as David’s friends/sparring partners.

    No word yet on which celebrities will be making cameos, but in the past David has said he writes the part before casting the actor. Case in point, Ricky Gervais, who played himself in the eighth season.

    “There was a part that I thought he’d be right for, so I offered it to him,” David told The Huffington Post. “We never write anything just to get a person on the show. Fortunately he was right for this part and it was a great opportunity to work with him and he accepted. And he did a great job.”

    Larry David probably won’t be coming out of his trailer for small talk.

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  • 08/19/17--17:01: How Long Would Y'all Last?
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  • 08/19/17--19:08: Rest In Peace Dick Gregory
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  • 08/19/17--22:21: keep it 100....
  • before all this bullshit how many of yall really recognized these "racist" statues?

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    WWE Hall of Famer Flair hospitalized, in ICU

    Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was hospitalized and admitted to an intensive care unit over the weekend, and after initially downplaying the seriousness of the issue, a representative for Flair has made a plea for public support.

    Melinda Morris Zanoni, the CEO of Legacy Talent LLC, tweeted out the latest on Flair's situation late Sunday night.

    Are u a Fan/Friend of Ric Flair?If so, we need prayers & positive energy 4 our Living Legend as he is dealing w/some tough medical issues����

    - MelindaMorrisZanoni (@LegacyTalentCEO) August 14, 2017

    As first reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, Flair was hospitalized on Saturday morning for heart-related issues, with Zanoni initially reporting the situation involved "routine monitoring." PW Insider's Mike Johnson reported that Flair is hospitalized near his home in Atlanta.

    Flair, 68, has spent the past five decades of his career in the world of professional wrestling with a reputation as one of the most charismatic personalities in the history of that business. His popularity and personality have transcended into the world of professional sports on many occasions, with players recreating some of his most famous wrestling promos and Flair himself often called to serve as a motivational speaker.

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    I found out that I'm going to become a dad for the first time... needless to say I'm in a bit of shock and would appreciate advice from any parents on here on want to do, What to buy any advice you have, words of wisdom anything you want to share, etc .

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    If you would like to get ya future told, past revealed, and present defined, let @Westie know and she will get to it at her earliest convenience

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  • 08/20/17--08:52: RIP Dick Gregory
  • Dick Gregory, the pioneering black satirist who transformed cool humor into a barbed force for civil rights in the 1960s, then veered from his craft for a life devoted to protest and fasting in the name of assorted social causes, health regimens and conspiracy theories, died Saturday in Washington. He was 84.
    Mr. Gregory’s son, Christian Gregory, who announced his death on social media, said more details would be released in the coming days. Mr. Gregory had been admitted to a hospital on Aug. 12, his son said in an earlier Facebook post.
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    Early in his career Mr. Gregory insisted in interviews that his first order of business onstage was to get laughs, not to change how white America treated Negroes (the accepted word for African-Americans at the time). “Humor can no more find the solution to race problems than it can cure cancer,” he said. Nonetheless, as the civil rights movement was kicking into high gear, whites who caught his club act or listened to his routines on records came away with a deeper feel for the nation’s shameful racial history.

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