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So don’t front, Jack.

[Picture by Bags]

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I stay on shorties domes like them beauty parlor dryers.

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Coming out all high and laughy on some Richard Pryor tapes…

[Photo Via: Past, Present, Future, Perfect]

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A favorite:

[Photo Credit: InsidiOusly]

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The Great Dot X…So fuck what you heard.

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My old pal Ras Beats has a new single out featuring two legendary rappers:

Side A:

Side B:

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New Dot X, with some help from Richard Pryor.


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Summer Jam: The Great Dot X.

[Painting by Ana Teresa Fernandez]

Lump Lump

It was over before it started. Ichiro singled to begin the game last night and Chone Figgins followed with a walk before Russell Branyon hit a long three-run homer, putting the Yankees in a hole that they would not climb out of against the dominant Felix Hernandez who tossed another gem at ’em in the Bronx. Actually, dominant might be overstating things, the man only threw eight shut-out innings this time, and didn’t have the nerve or reserve to finish them out. By that time, the game was in hand, however, as the Mariners skipped to a 6-0 win.

The bad news is that Alex Rodriguez had to come out of the game after just one at-bat. He hasn’t been placed on the DL but is back to being day-to-day.

Good news from out-of-town helped ease any hard feelings Yankee fans might have. The Red Sox were pounded at Fenway to the tune of 16-2, and the A’s staged a late-inning comeback to beat the Rays, 5-4. Yanks are still in first, ahead of the Rays by a game and in front of the Sox by six. And although Jason Vargas, today’s pitcher for the Mariners, has been outstanding this year, the Yankees can at least take stock in the fact that he’s not a King.

My Style’s Tricky, Like Spelling Mississippi

‘Member this mid-Nineties Underground Posse cut?

Sadat, Large Pro, Puba, Finesse. ‘Nuff Said.

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