Thursday, April 27, 2006

Thoughts From The Internet Junkie

It's been a minute, but I'm back. I figured after Spring Break and the CD List, that'd give me some energy to get back to a regular post in here. And I look to bring the goodies this time for the millions and millions of loyal fans (well, maybe just a handful) wanting to read along. Nothing big happens, but I'll give you my theory to combat that. I'll ramble on about various topics to make you think I actually do something productive with my time.

For the American Idol fans, what kind of crack is Paula Abdul on? Seriously man. On Tuesday night's show she broke down and cried after Elliott's performance. While it was really good, she made a fool of herself the rest of the night by bouncing around and looking like she drank about a case of Red Bull. Still hot for a MILF, even if she probably doesn't have kids, you know what I mean. But now she has the crazy factor going, not cool. Pickler got kicked off. She can't sing at all and finally she got exposed. She did play her character up great though, I'll give her that and she's hot.

Real World the past few weeks has been interesting. The Key West crew got in the middle of a hurricane, so they spent a few days out of town. Paula Walnuts is a total mess. She met a buddy when they went to another town and started flipping out like she usually does, telling stories about her man who put her in the hospital and then she says that she misses him too. Johnny Bananas and her have a sit-down when they get back to Key West (house wasn't torn up) and he pretty much tells her she's a freak and that it's time for her to start a new life in Key West. The hug. Of course, she called her ex on the phone.

On Saturday, it's off to the mean streets of Cleveland. What for? Me and Cork are hitting up our first baseball game of the year and we're due. We're going to see the Indians take on the Rangers for Grady Sizemore Bobblehead Night. I've talked about that before in posts though, nothing really new to admit, but that's just to refresh anyone wondering what's going on in my daily life. It'll be a sellout as almost all Bobblehead Nights get rock solid attendances. I'm doing the driving for the festivities, so that should be interesting enough by itself. My driving skills aren't the best to say the least (I'm the worst backing up person there is if that makes sense), but I've done the Cleveland drive before, so all "should" be fine. I'll report on that sometime next week. It's a 4-hour drive there, not bad.

Between Paula on Idol and Paula on Real World, I'm beginning not to feel weird at all that I'm such a wrestling fan. I think that's much more sane than these pieces of work. Speaking of wrestling, this Sunday has a big one and that is WWE Backlash. I like the buildup of the Three Way of Triple H, Edge, and Cena. Finally a nice storyline instead of screwing it up. We also have Vince and Shane McMahon taking on HBK and God. Yeah, you read that right. They have a situation where it's a Handicapped Match, but the idea of God is placed inside. Strange. I'm looking forward to RVD and Benjamin going at it and I hope they let them just go all out instead of holding them back WWE style. Kane versus Big Show, bathroom break time. Still, Mickie James and Trish is a great feud and both have acted their parts out almost perfectly. Flair is going to put over Umaga. I'm not sure where they have Umaga going, but I'm not feeling it so far.

Also in the wrestling news, I finished a great book, especially for the ECW fans. It's called Hardcore History: The Extremely Unauthorized Story of ECW. As much of a ECW diehard I am or was, this book has stories that even the biggest fans don't know about. It's also very well researched by author Scott Williams. Pick this one up. On the ECW newsfront, Vince is wanting to start it up again this fall. Paul Heyman (maybe he's playing God and teaming with HBK) and Tommy Dreamer are supposed to be the creative minds backstage if they go through with it. I'm leery though. First, ECW shut up shop 5 years ago. A lot of their wrestlers are beaten up and mangled, but the fans' want is still there. It will never be the same ECW as back in the day as it was totally uncensored, but I hope they run small venues and let them have their own style both in the ring and on the mic.

I don't know how to conduct myself now that the NBA season is over with. It's playoff time and I love that, but I'm talking fantasy basketball. The EDDFL season is over and Chad Fleece ended up taking the $400 prize. Mudcat came in 2nd and got $150, while Spank was 3rd out of 12 in the league, picking up a cool $50. I ended up in 7th Place, 4 points out of 6th. Not where I wanted to be, but don't cry over spilled milk. You can never prepare too early for the next season to begin and I'm already looking forward to next year's draft. October 2006, here we come.

A few new CDs to mention and those are:

Avant: Director. A very good pimpin' album. Avant does it big if you're not too familiar with his work. JD, Lil Wayne, the Pussycat Dolls out of nowhere, and Lloyd Banks are part of this one. 4 Minutes is the song released so far out of this one. And one song is called Grown Ass Man, that title alone is enough to crack me up.

Da Backwudz: Wood Work. This is a new duo from the ATL that has been getting a lot of hype. On first listen, I'll admit I wasn't that big on what I heard. Some names on this though and that is Killer Mike, Bohagen, Big Gipp, Sleepy Brown, George Clinton, Slim Thug, and a true legend himself in Nas. Maybe I'll like it better on second listen.

Movie day tomorrow at school. I'm not sure what I'll roll with as of yet. I know that one class brought in Friday Night Lights and can't wait to watch it. I've seen it before and most of them have too, but they still want to see it again. That works with me. I'm not sure what I'll get for my other classes if they don't want to watch that one. Speaking of movies, for the locals, I still haven't been to the new theaters in either the Meadowbrook Mall or Morgantown. Hit me if up if you're wanting to check out a movie one day. I'll have to knock the chicks off me with a stick since the waiting list will be so long, hah. I can only wish. I kid.

3 Quick Thangs:

1. I'm sitting here on my lunch as I type this section up. In today's lunchbag I have a ham and provolone sandwich on wheat with mustard. I also have a pack of crackers, 2 Hostess cupcakes, and 2 packs of fruit snacks. I do it big.

2. I went to bed last night by 10:00. I've been in a coma all week from being an internet junkie till 1:00 or 1:30 each night. So I finally tapped out early. You all should be proud.

3. Blood drive yesterday and I rocked it out. I've always given mine for the past 6 or 7 years at least probably on a regular basis. I don't get why some people get all scared for it or won't give. It's easy and it can really help someone out. Give it a try.

Monday, April 17, 2006

Updated CD List

I'll be out of town for most of this week, so I'll leave you with my updated CD list. It's been a while since I've posted and some have asked about it recently, so here you go. 95% of this is rap or pimpin' R&B, but there's a few other things around here. Yes, I realize it's a lame way to get a quick post up, but it's something different and we'll see how it goes.

1. 112: Hot & Wet
2. 213: The Hard Way
3. 5th Ward Weebie: Da Unexpected
4. 50 Cent: Power Of The Dollar
5. 50 Cent: 50 Cent Is The Future
6. 50 Cent: Guess Who's Back
7. 50 Cent: Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
8. 50 Cent: Guess Who's Back Again
9. 50 Cent: The Massacre
10. 50/50 Twin: Grown Man Style
11. 504 Boyz: Goodfellas
12. 504 Boyz: Ballers
13. 6 Shot: The Actual Meaning
14. Afroman: Good Times
15. Afroman: Jobe Bells
16. Akon: Trouble
17. The Alchemist: 1st Infantry
18. AP-9: On Tha Block
19. Archie Eversole: Ride Wit Me
20. Avant: Private Room
21. AZ: Final Call
22. AZ: A.W.O.L.
23. Baby a.k.a. #1 Stunna: Birdman
24. Baby: Fast Money
25. Babyface Assassins: Success Is Revenge
26. Bad Azz: Executive Decision
27. Lloyd Banks vs. Cassidy: Big Mike Presents Round 2 - The Future Is Now
28. Lloyd Banks vs. Cassidy: Kochese Presents Round 3 - The Final Chapter
29. Lloyd Banks: Money In The Bank
30. Lloyd Banks: Hunger For More
31. Lloyd Banks: The Big Withdraw
32. David Banner: Mississippi The Album
33. David Banner: MTA2- Baptized In Dirty Water
34. David Banner: Certified
35. Barbershop 2: Back In Business: Soundtrack
36. Battle 4 NYC: Brooklyn vs. Queens
37. Bay Madness: The Compilation
38. Beanie Sigel: The Reason
39. Beanie Sigel: Hung Jury The Mixtape
40. Beanie Sigel: The B. Coming
41. Beastie Boys: Licensed To Ill
42. Beastie Boys: To The 5 Boroughs
43. Benzino: Arch Nemesis
44. B.G.: Chopper City In The Ghetto
45. B.G.: Life After Cash Money
46. B.G.: The Heart Of Tha Streetz
47. The Notorious B.I.G.: Ready To Die
48. The Notorious B.I.G.: Life After Death - Disc 1
49. The Notorious B.I.G..: Life After Death - Disc 2
50. The Notorious B.I.G.: Duets - The Final Chapter
51. Big Boi: Got Purp - Volume 2
52. Big L: Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
53. Big L: The Big Picture
54. Big Lurch: It's All Bad
55. Big Mike: Professional Hood Shit - Part 6
56. Big Punisher: Capital Punishment
57. Big Syke: Be Yo Self
58. Big Tymers: I Got That Work
59. Big Tymers: Hood Rich
60. Big Tymers: Big Money Heavyweights
61. Birmingham J: Da Neighborhood Superstar
62. Bizarre: Hanni Cap Circus
63. Bizzy Bone: Alpha & Omega
64. Bizzy Bone: The Beginning And The End
65. Bizzy Bone: Speaking In Tongues
66. Bizzy Bone: Thug's Revenge
67. Black Eyed Peas: Elephunk
68. Black Eyed Peas: Monkey Business
69. Black Rob: Life Story
70. Black Rob: The Black Rob Report
71. Blackalicious: The Craft
72. Bone Crusher: AttenCHUN!
73. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: Faces Of Death
74. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: E. 1999 Eternal
75. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: The Art Of War (WWI)
76. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: The Art Of War (WWII)
77. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: BTNHRESURRECTION
78. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony: Thug World Order
79. Boo & Gotti: Perfect Timing
80. Boot Camp Clik: The Chosen Few
81. Boss Hogg Outlawz: Boyz N Blue
82. Lil Bow Wow: Doggy Bag
83. Bow Wow: Unleashed
84. Bow Wow: Wanted
85. Boyz N Da Hood: Boyz N Da Hood
86. Boyz N Da Hood: Straight Outta A-Town
87. Chris Brown: Chris Brown
88. B-Rich: Born Rich
89. Brotha Lynch Hung & MC Eiht - The New Season
90. Bubba Sparxxx: Dark Days, Bright Nights
91. Bubba Sparxxx: Deliverance
92. Bubba Sparxxx: The Charm
93. Joe Budden: Joe Budden
94. Bun B: Trill
95. Bushwick Bill: Phantom Of The Rapra
96. Busta Rhymes: When Disaster Strikes...
97. Busta Rhymes: E.L.E. - The Final World Front
98. Busta Rhymes: Genesis
99. Busta Rhymes: It Ain't Safe No More
100. Camoflauge: I Represent
101. Cam'ron: S.D.E.
102. Cam'ron: Come Home With Me
103. Cam'ron: Purple Haze Mixtape
104. Cam'ron: Purple Haze
105. Canibus: Mind Control
106. Canibus: Hip Hop For Sale
107. Cappadonna: The Struggle
108. Cappadonna: The Pillage
109. Capone: Pain, Time, & Glory
110. Cassidy: Split Personality
111. Cassidy: I'm A Hustla
112. Cee-Lo: Green And His Perfect Imperfections
113. Cee-Lo: Green Is The Soul Machine
114. Celly Cel: It'z Real Out Here
115. John Cena: You Can't See Me
116. C-Formula & Mic Moses: The Public Broadcast
117. Chamillionaire: The Sound Of Revenge
118. Chingy: Jackpot
119. Chingy: Powerballin'
120. Choices Soundtrack
121. Choices II Soundtrack
122. Choppa: Straight From The N.O.
123. Chrome: Straight To The Pros
124. Clipse: Lord Willin'
125. Clipse: We Got It 4 Cheap - Volume 1
126. Coach Carter: The Soundtrack
127. Rafael Colmore: Rock-Hop Volume 1
128. Common: Like Water For Chocolate
129. Common: Be
130. Conspiracy Clique: Kickin Down Dooz
131. Coo Coo Cal: Disturbed
132. Coo Coo Cal: Still Walkin'
133. Coo Coo Cal: All Or Nothing
134. C-Murder: The TRUest Shit I Ever Said
135. Cormega: Legal Hustle
136. Cradle 2 The Grave Soundtrack
137. C-Rayz Walz: Limelight - The Outroduction
138. C-Rayz Walz: Ravipops - The Substance
139. Crime Mob: Crime Mob
140. Criminal Manne: Street Ways
141. Crooked I: Young Boss - Volume 1
142. Crucial Conflict: The Final Tic
143. Crucial Conflict: Good Side Bad Side
144. Cutmaster C & Gravy: The Streets Is Still Watchin'
145. D12: Devil's Night
146. D12: D12 World
147. D4L: Down 4 Life
148. Da Army: A Soldier Dies Once - Volume 1
149. Da Band: Too Hot For TV
150. Da Unda Dogg: The Crest
151. Dayton Family: Dope House
152. Dayton Family: Family Feud
153. Daz: R.A.W.
154. Daz: DPGC: U Know What I'm Throwin' Up
155. Daz: Tha Dogg Pound Gangsta LP
156. Daz: Gangsta Crunk
157. Daz Dillenger & Young Gotti: The Saga Continuez
158. Dead Prez: RBG - Revolutionary But Gangsta
159. De La Soul: The Grind Date
160. Delinquent Habits: Delinquent Habits
161. Derek D: Ya'll Ant Ready
162. Devin The Dude: Just Tryin Ta Live
163. Devin The Dude: To Tha X-Treme
164. Dilated Peoples: 20/20
165. The Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity - Disc 2
166. The Diplomats: Diplomatic Immunity II
167. The Diplomats: Dipset - More Than Music Volume 1
168. Dirty: The Pimp And Da Gangsta
169. Dirty: Hood Stories
170. DJ Clue: The Professional #2
171. DJ CLue: The Incredible
172. DJ Ideal & Lil Flip: Da Bottom Part 6
173. DJ Kay Slay: Protect Ya Neck (Hosted By Ron Artest)
174. DJ Quik: Quik Is The Name
175. DJ Quik: Trauma
176. DMC: Checks, Thugs, & Rock N Roll
177. DMX: It's Dark And Hell Is Hot
178. DMX: And Then There Was X
179. DMX: Flesh Of My Flesh, Blood Of My Blood
180. DMX: Grand Champ
181. The D.O.C.: No One Can Do It Better
182. Tha Dogg Pound: Dogg Food
183. DPG: Tha Unreleased Collection
184. Dolla: Get You Drawz Out Ya Boodie
185. D.O.N.: The Miscounted Soul
186. Do Or Die: Headz Or Tailz
187. Do Or Die: Victory
188. Do Or Die: Back 2 The Game
189. Do Or Die: Pimpin' Ain't Dead
190. Do Or Die: Greatest Hits
191. Do Or Die: D.O.D.
192. Do Or Die: Get That Paper
193. Dopegame
194. Dopegame 2
195. Dopegame 3
196. Dopegame: Da Mix Tape
197. Dr. Dre: The Chronic
198. Dr. Dre: Concrete Roots
199. Dr. Dre: Chronic 2001
200. Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg: The Wash Soundtrack
201. Dr. Dre: Detox
202. Dreamer: High School High
203. Dru Down: Explicit Game
204. Dru Down: Can U Feel Me
205. Dru Down: Pimpin' Phernelia
206. Dru Down: Gangsta Pimpin
207. Dru Down: Best Of Dru Down
208. Dru Hill: Dru World Order
209. Dru Hill: Hits
210. DSGB: 'Til Death Do Us Apart
211. DTP: Golden Grain
212. DTP: Fuck U Mixtape
213. E-40: Mr. Flamboyant
214. E-40: The Mail Man
215. E-40: In A Major Way
216. E-40: Loyalty And Grind
217. E-40: Grit And Grind
218. E-40: Breakin News
219. E-40: Bosko That Fire
220. E-40: The Bay Bridges Compilation
221. E-40: My Ghetto Report Card
222. Eazy-E: Eazy-Duz-It
223. Eazy-E: Str8 Off The Streets Of Muthaphukkin Compton
224. Eazy-E: Eternal E
225. E.B. Daddy Of Da Hood: Hood Rebel
226. ECW Themes: Volume 1
227. ECW Themes: Volume 2
228. Eightball: Almost Famous
229. Eightball: Lost (Disc 1)
230. Eightball: Lost (Disc 2)
231. Eightball & MJG: Living Legends
232. Eightball & MJG: Ghettoville - The Remix Album
233. 8 Mile Soundtrack
234. Eminem: Infinite
235. Eminem: The Slim Shady LP
236. Eminem: Off The Wall
237. Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP
238. Eminem: The Eminem Show
239. Eminem: Encore
240. Eminem: Rap Attack
241. Eminem: Curtain Call - Deluxe Edition
242. EPMD: Out Of Business
243. EPMD: Greatest Hits
244. E.S.G.: All American Gangsta
245. Essential Contemporary Crying Music: Volume 1
246. Essential Contemporary Crying Music: Volume 2
247. E-White: The White Album
248. Fabolous: Street Dreams
249. Fabolous: Real Talk
250. The Fast And The Furious Soundtrack
251. 2 Fast 2 Furious Soundtrack
252. Fat Joe: Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.)
253. Fat Joe: Loyalty
254. Fat Joe: All Or Nothing
255. Federation: The Album
256. The F.E.D.S.: #1 With A Bullet - Presented by Allen Iverson & ABK
257. Field Mob: From Tha Roota To Tha Toota
258. Fiend: There's One In Every Family
259. Foreigner: The Definitive
260. Jamie Foxx: Unpredictable
261. Fozzy: All That Remains
262. Frayser Boy: Me Being Me
263. Freeway: Philadelphia Freeway
264. Freeway: Best Of Freeway
265. Froze Ony: Gutta Ways
266. Funkmaster Flex: 60 Minutes Of Funk Volume 4
267. The Game: Nigga With Attitude
268. The Game: The Documentary
269. The Game: West Coast Resurrection
270. The Game: Ghost Unit
271. Gang Starr: Hard To Earn
272. Gangsta Lou: Almost Famous
273. Gangsta O: Independent Dope
274. Geto Boys: Greatest Hits
275. Geto Boys: The Foundation
276. Get Rich Or Die Tryin' Soundtrack
277. Ghetto D: Street Campain From A Young G's Perspective
278. Ghetto Mafia: Straight From The Dec
279. Ghetto Mafia: On Da Grind
280. Ghetto Mafia: Da Return Of Ghetto Mafia
281. Ghostface Killah: Bulletproof Wallets
282. Ghostface Killah: The Pretty Toney Album
283. Ghostface Killah: Shaolin's Finest
284. Ghostface Killah: Fishscale
285. Goodie Mob: One Monkey Don't Stop No Show
286. Goodie Mob: Nuttin' But Dat G
287. Gucci Mane: Trap House
288. Guerilla Black: Guerilla City
289. G-Unit: Beg For Mercy
290. G-Unit: DJ Mello Presents The Best Of G-Unit
291. G-Unit: The Realest Killaz
292. Guns N Roses: Greatest Hits
293. GZA: Liquid Swords
294. Anthony Hamilton: Comin From Where I'm From
295. Anthony Hamilton: Soulife
296. Haystack: It Ain't Safe No More Mixtape
297. Haystack: From Start To Finish
298. Hieroglyphics: Full Circle Tour
299. Hollow Tip: Ghetto Famous
300. Hollow Tip: Mercenary Life
301. Hot Boys: Let Em Burn
302. Houston: It's Already Written
303. Marques Houston: MH
304. Marques Houston: Naked
305. William Hung: Inspirations
306. Hustle & Flow Soundtrack
307. Hydro & G-Ron: Illegal Procedures
308. I-20: Self Explanatory
309. I Got The Hook-Up! Sountrack
310. Iceberg Slimm: The World On Ice
311. Ice Cube: The C.I.A. EP
312. Ice Cube: AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted
313. Ice Cube: Death Certificate
314. Ice Cube: War And Peace Volume 1 (War Disc)
315. Ice Cube: War And Peace Volume 2 (Peace Disc)
316. Ice-T: Gang Culture
317. Inspectah Deck: Uncontrolled Substance
318. Inspectah Deck: The Movement
319. The Isley Brothers: Body Kiss
320. Michael Jackson: Off The Wall
321. Jadakiss: Kiss Tha Game Goodbye
322. Jadakiss: Kiss Of Death
323. Jadakiss: DJ F Sharp Presents Top Five Dead Or Alive - Part 1
324. Jadakiss: Rock The Vote Mixtape
325. Jagged Edge: J.E. Heartbreak
326. Jagged Edge: Hard
327. Jaheim: Still Ghetto
328. Jaheim: Ghetto Classics
329. Ja Rule: Venni Vetti Vecci
330. Ja Rule: Rule 3:36
331. Ja Rule: Pain Is Love
332. Ja Rule: The Last Temptation
333. Ja Rule: Blood In My Eye
334. Ja Rule: R.U.L.E.
335. Jay Tee: The Thousandaire
336. Jay-Z: Reasonable Doubt
337. Jay-Z: Volume 2 - Hard Knock Life
338. Jay-Z: The Dynasty - Roc La Familia
339. Jay-Z: The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse - The Gift
340. Jay-Z: The Blueprint 2: The Gift & The Curse - The Curse
341. Jay-Z: The Black Album
342. Jay-Z & Linkin Park: Collision Course
343. Jay-Z: Fade To Black Mixtape
344. Jermaine Dupri: Life In 1472
345. Jermaine Dupri: Instructions
346. Jim Crow: Crow's Nest
347. Jin: The Emcees Properganda
348. J-Kwon: Hood Hop
349. Joe: And Then...
350. Jim Jones: Ambitions Of A Gangsta
351. Jim Jones: On My Way To Church
352. Jim Jones: City Of God
353. Jim Jones: Harlem - Diary Of A Summer
354. Mike Jones: Ice Age
355. Mike Jones: King Of The Streets
356. Mike Jones: Who Is Mike Jones?
357. Roy Jones Jr.: Round One The Album
358. Roy Jones Jr.: Body Head Bangerz - I Smoke I Drink
359. JT Money: Pimpin' On Wax
360. JT Money: Blood, Sweat, And Years
361. JT Money: Undeniable
362. JT The Bigga Figga: Nothin' But Thow Bows
363. JT The Bigga Figga & Mac Mall: Illegal Game
364. JT The Bigga Figga: Black Wall Street Compliation
365. JT The Bigga Figga: Neighborhood Superstarz
366. JT The Bigga Figga: Who Grind Like Us?
367. Juelz Santana: From Me To U
368. Juelz Santana: Back Like Cooked Crack
369. Juelz Santana: What The Game's Been Missing
370. Juvenile: 400 Degreez
371. Juvenile: Juve The Great
372. Juvenile: Reality Check
373. Kanye West: The College Dropout
374. Kanye West: Late Registration
375. Killa C: Tainted Flesh
376. Killa Tay: Thug Religion
377. Knoc-Turn'al: The Way I Am
378. Krayzie Bone: Gemini - Good Vs. Evil
379. KRS-One: Return Of The Boom Bap
380. KRS-One: I Got Next
381. KRS-One: A Retrospective
382. KRS-One: Spiritual Minded
383. Kurupt: Against The Grain
384. Layzie Bone & Bizzy Bone: Bone Brothers
385. Layzie Bone: It's Not A Game
386. John Legend: Get Lifted
387. Lil Boosie & Webbie: Gangsta Musik
388. Lil Boosie: Bad Azz
389. Lil Flip: Leprechaun
390. Lil Flip: Undaground Legend
391. Lil Flip: U Gotta Feel Me - Disc 1
392. Lil Flip: U Gotta Feel Me - Disc 2
393. Lil Flip & Z-Ro: Kings Of The South
394. Lil Head: Tha 4'3" Giant
395. Lil Italy: Top Of The World
396. Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz: Put Yo Hood Up
397. Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz: Kings Of Crunk
398. Lil Jon & The Eastside Boyz: Crunk Juice
399. Lil Ken: Str8 Out Tha Stable
400. Lil Kim: La Bella Mafia
401. Lil Mo: Meet The Girl Next Door
402. Lil Rob: Neighborhood Music
403. Lil Romeo: RomeoLand
404. Lil Spade: Full Decc
405. Lil Troy: Sittin' Fat Down South
406. Lil Tweety: The Bad Boy
407. Lil Ty: I'm Bad
408. Lil Wayne: 500 Degreez
409. Lil Wayne: Tha Carter
410. Lil Wayne: Squad Up 5
411. Lil Wayne: C Squared
412. Lil Wayne: The Mayor of the South
413. Lil Wayne: Tha Carter II
414. Lil Wyte: Phinally Phamous
415. Little Brother: The Minstrel Show
416. LL Cool J: Radio
417. LL Cool J: Bigger And Deffer
418. LL Cool J: G.O.A.T.
419. LL Cool J: 10
420. LL Cool J: DEFinition
421. LL Cool J: Todd Smith
422. Lloyd: Southside
423. The Longest Yard Soundtrack
424. Loon: Loon
425. Lud Duc: In My Own World
426. Ludacris: Back For The First Time
427. Ludacris: Word Of Mouf
428. Ludacris: Chicken & Beer
429. Ludacris: The Red Light District
430. Ludacris: Disturbing Tha Peace
431. Luniz: Operation Stackola
432. Luniz: Lunatik Muzik
433. Luniz: Greatest Hits
434. Mac Dre: Ronald Dregan Dreganomics
435. Mac Dre & Andre Nickatina: Tales Of II Andres
436. Mac Mall: Immaculate
437. Mac Mall: The Macuscript - Volume 1
438. Mack 10: Bang Or Ball
439. Mack 10: Ghetto, Gutter & Gangsta
440. Mack 10: Hustla's Handbook
441. Mannie Fresh: The Mind Of Mannie Fresh
442. Mario: Turning Point
443. Mark G: Muthafuckin Boda
444. Dean Martin: Dino - The Essential Dean Martin
445. Ma$e: Harlem World
446. Ma$e: Welcome Back
447. Masta Ace Incorporated: Sittin' On Chrome
448. Masta Ace: A Long Hot Summer
449. Masta Killa: No Said Date
450. Master P: Ghetto D
451. Master P: MP Da Last Don - Disc One
452. Master P: MP Da Last Don - Disc Two
453. Master P: Ghetto Postage
454. Master P: Good Side, Bad Side- Disc One
455. Master P: Good Side, Bad Side - Disc Two
456. Master P: Master P & Friends
457. Master P: Ghetto Bill
458. MC Eiht A.K.A. Tony Smallz: Smoke In Tha City
459. MC Eiht: Veteran's Day
460. Memphis Bleek: M.A.D.E.
461. Memphis Bleek: 534
462. Messy Marv & San Quinn: Explosive Mode 2 - Back In Business
463. Method Man: Tical
464. Method Man: Tical 0 - The Prequel
465. Mr. Kee: The One
466. Mr. Shadow: A Name You Kan't Touch
467. MJG: No More Glory
468. Mobb Deep: Hell On Earth
469. Mobb Deep: The Dunn Language
470. Mobb Deep: Amerikaz Nightmare
471. Mobb Deep: The Mixtape Before 9/11
472. M.O.P.: The Mash Out Posse
473. M.O.P.: St. Marxmen
474. Mos Def & Talib Kweli: Black Star
475. Mos Def: The New Danger
476. Murda Mook: The Untouchable
477. Murphy Lee: Murphy's Law
478. Mystikal: Mind Of Mystikal
479. Mystikal: Unpredictable
480. Mystikal: Ghetto Fabulous
481. Mystikal: Let's Get Ready
482. Mystikal: Tarantula
483. Mystikal: Prince Of The South - The Hits
484. Nappy Roots: Watermelon Chicken And Gritz
485. Nappy Roots: Wooden Leather
486. Nas: Illmatic
487. Nas: It Was Written
488. Nas: I Am...
489. Nas: Nastradamus
490. Nas: Stillmatic
491. Nas: God's Son
492. Nas: The Lost Tapes
493. Nas: Street's Disciple - Disc 1
494. Nas: Street's Disciple - Disc 2
495. Nate Dogg: Ghetto Preacher
496. Nate Dogg: Music And Me
497. Naughty By Nature: Naughty By Nature
498. Necro: The Pre-Fix For Death
499. Nelly: Country Grammar
500. Nelly: Nellyville
501. Nelly: Da Derty Versions: The Reinvention
502. Nelly: Sweat
503. Nelly: Suit
504. The Neptunes: Clones
505. N.E.R.D.: In Search Of...
506. N.E.R.D.: Fly Or Die
507. New Edition: The Best Of New Edition - The Millennium Collection
508. Ne-Yo: In My Own Words
509. Andre Nickatina: Bullets, Blunts, N Ah Bankroll
510. N.W.A.: Greatest Hits
511. Obie Trice: Cheers
512. The O'Jays: Imagination
513. Ol' Dirty Bastard: Return To The 36 Chambers
514. Ol' Dirty Bastard: Osirus
515. Omarion: O
516. ONYX: All We Got Iz Us
517. ONYX: Bacdafucup Part 2
518. Outkast: ATLiens
519. Outkast: Aquemini
520. Outkast: Stankonia
521. Outkast: Big Boi And Dre Presents Outkast
522. Outkast: The Love Below (Disc 1)
523. Outkast: Speakerboxxx (Disc 2)
524. Outlawz: Outlaw 4 Life
525. Paid In Full Mixtape: Volume 1 - Money Hungry
526. Pastor Troy: Universal Soldier
527. Pastor Troy: By Any Means Necessary
528. Pastor Troy: Face Off Part II
529. Pastor Troy: Stay Tru
530. Pearl Jam: 10
531. Petey Pablo: Diary Of A Sinner - 1st Entry
532. Petey Pablo: Still Writing In My Diary - 2nd Entry
533. Pimp C: Live From Harris County Jail
534. Pimp C: The Sweet James Jones Stories
535. Pitch Black: Pitch Black Law
536. Playa Made: Pass Da Mic 2003 (Miyagi/Yella Fella)
537. Plot: Mission 4 Loot
538. Pretty Ricky: Blue Stars
539. Profyle: Profyle - Liars! Cheaters!
540. Project Pat: Ghetty Green
541. Proof: Grown Man Shit Mixtape
542. Proof: Searching For Jerry Garcia
543. PSC (Pimp Squad Click): 25 To Life
544. Public Enemy: There's A Poison Goin' On
545. Public Enemy: Best 1200 - Limited Edition
546. Public Enemy: Rebirth Of A Nation
547. Puff Daddy: No Way Out
548. Purple City: Road To The Riches
549. Rakim: Book Of Life
550. Raekwon: Only Built 4 Cuban Linx
551. Raekwon: Immobilarity
552. Raekwon: The Lex Diamond Story
553. Raekwon: Vatican Mixtape
554. Ras Kass: Re-Up - The Compilation
555. Ray J: Raydiation
556. RBX: The RBX Files
557. RBX: No Mercy, No Remorse
558. RBX: The Shining
559. Redman: Doc's Da Name
560. Redman: Malpractice
561. Redman: Ill At Will Mixtape - Vol. 1
562. Rev Run: Distortion
563. Rhyme & Reason Soundtrack
564. R. Kelly: Chocolate Factory
565. R. Kelly: Happy People/U Saved Me; Disc 1: Happy People
566. R. Kelly: Happy People/U Saved Me; Disc 2: U Saved Me
567. R-Kelly & Jay-Z: Unfinished Business
568. R-Kelly: TP. 3 Reloaded
569. The Roots: The Tipping Point
570. Royce Da 5'9": Rock City
571. Royce Da 5'9": Build And Destroy - CD 1
572. Royce Da 5'9": Build And Destroy - CD 2
573. Royce Da 5'9": Death Is Certain
574. Royce Da 5'9": M.I.C. Make It Count
575. Royce Da 5'9": Independent's Day
576. Ruben Studdard: Soulful
577. Run DMC: Ultimate Run DMC
578. Run DMC: Artist Collection
579. RZA: As Bobby Digital In Stereo
580. RZA: Digital Bullet
581. RZA: Birth Of A Prince
582. Adam Sandler: Shhh...Don't Tell
583. San Quinn: 457 Is The Code - Part 2
584. Scarface: The Untouchable
585. Scarface: The Fix
586. Erick Sermon: Chilltown, New York
587. Shaquille O'Neal: Shaq Diesel
588. Sheek Louch: Walk Witt Me
589. Sheek Louch: After Taxes
590. Mr. Short Khop: Da Khop Shop
591. Shyne: Godfather Buried Alive
592. Silkk The Shocker: Based On A True Story
593. Frank Sinatra: The Platinum Collection - CD 1
594. Frank Sinatra: The Platinum Collection - CD 2
595. Frank Sinatra: The Platinum Collection - CD 3
596. Skinny G: Texasized
597. Slick Rick: Behind Bars
598. Slim Thug: Already Platinum
599. Slum Village: Detroit Deli
600. Slum Village: Prequel To A Classic
601. Slum Village: Slum Village
602. Smilez And Southstar: Crash The Party
603. Snoop Dogg: Doggystyle
604. Snoop Dogg: The Doggfather
605. Snoop Dogg: Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told
606. Snoop Dogg: Paid Tha Cost To Be Da Boss
607. Snoop Dogg: Rhythm & Gangsta: The Masterpiece
608. Snoop Dogg: Welcome To The Chuuch Volume 9
609. Trey Songz: I Gotta Make It
610. Spice 1: The Ridah
611. Spice 1 & MC Eiht: The Pioneers
612. Spice 1: Dyin' 2 Ball
613. Spice 1: The Truth
614. Spice 1 & MC Eiht: Keep It Gangsta
615. State Property: Chain Gang Volume 2
616. State Property: The Lost Files
617. Stev-O: The Unexpected
618. Sticky Fingaz: Decade
619. St. Lunatics: Free City
620. The Street Novelist: Turf Talk
621. Styles: Gangster And A Gentleman
622. Super Mario Smash Brothers Melee: Smashing.. Live!
623. Talib Kweli: Quality
624. Talib Kweli: Beautiful Struggle
625. Talib Kweli: Right About Now - The Official Sucka Free Mix CD
626. T Dre: California Lifestyle
627. Tech N9ne: Anghellic
628. Tech N9ne: Vintage Tech
629. Terror Squad: True Story
630. Carl Thomas: Let's Talk About It
631. Three 6 Mafia: When The Smoke Clears
632. Three 6 Mafia: Da Unbreakables
633. Three 6 Mafia: Most Known Unknown
634. Thug Chuc: In Remembrance Of Thug Chuc
635. Thug Angel - The Life Of An Outlaw Soundtrack
636. T.I.: I'm Serious
637. T.I.: Trap Muzik
638. T.I.: Featuring T.I.P. - CD 1
639. T.I.: Featuring T.I.P. - CD 2
640. T.I.: Urban Legend
641. T.I.: King
642. Timbaland: Tim's Bio- Life From Da Basement
643. Timbaland & Magoo: Indecent Proposal
644. Timbaland & Magoo: Under Construction, Part 2
645. Timbaland & Magoo: Best Of Timbaland & Magoo
646. Too $hort: Gettin' It (Album 10)
647. Too $hort: Can't Stay Away
648. Too $hort: Married To The Game
649. Too $hort: Pimpin' Incorporated
650. TQ: Listen
651. Trae: Same Thing Different Day
652. Trapper The Rapper: Man Of The H
653. Tre: Paper Tha Way I See It Iz How I Spit It
654. Trick Daddy: Based On A True Story
655. Trick Daddy:
656. Trick Daddy: Book Of Thugs
657. Trick Daddy: Thug Holiday
658. Trick Daddy: Thug Matrimony
659. Trill Of The Trill: Welcome Home Pimp C
660. Trillville & Lil Scrappy: Welcome To Trillville
661. Trina: Diamond Princess
662. T-Rock: Rock Solid 4:20
663. TRU: True
664. TRU: The Truth
665. 2Pac: 2Pacalypse Now
666. 2Pac: Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.
667. 2Pac: Me Against The World
668. 2Pac: R U Still Down? (Disc 1)
669. 2Pac: R U Still Down? (Disc 2)
670. 2Pac: All Eyes On Me (Book 1)
671. 2Pac: All Eyes On Me (Book 2)
672. 2Pac: Makaveli
673. 2Pac: Greatest Hits Volume 1
674. 2Pac: Greatest Hits Volume 2
675. 2Pac: Resurrection Soundtrack
676. 2Pac: Live
677. 2Pac: Loyal To The Game
678. 2Pac: Ready 2 Die
679. Twista: Mobstability
680. Twista: Adrenaline Rush
681. Twista: The Twisted Remixes
682. Twista: The Day After
683. Tyrese: I Wanna Go There
684. UGK: Ridin' Dirty
685. UGK: Super Tight
686. Usher: My Way
687. Usher: Confessions
688. Usher: Greatest Hits
689. UTP: The Movement - Volume 2
690. Bobby Valentino: Bobby Valentino
691. Vanilla Ice: To The Extreme
692. Vanilla Ice: Platinum Underground
693. Paul Wall: Get Ya Mind Correct
694. Paul Wall: Chick Magnet
695. Paul Wall & Chamillionaire: Controversy Sells
696. Paul Wall: The Mixtape
697. Paul Wall: The People's Champ
698. Warren G: Regulate... G Funk Era
699. Warren G: I Want It All
700. Warren G: In The Mid-Nite Hour
701. Ohmega Watts: The Find
702. WC: Ghetto Heisman
703. WC: West Side Heavy Hitter
704. Webbie: Savage Life
705. Westside Connection: Bow Down
706. Westside Connection: Terrorist Threats
707. Willie D: Relentless
708. Charlie Wilson: Charlie, Last Name Wilson
709. Mario Winans: Hurt No More
710. Wu Tang Clan: Enter The Wu (36 Chambers)
711. Wu Tang Clan: Forever (Disc 1)
712. Wu Tang Clan: Forever (Disc 2)
713. Wu Tang Clan: The W
714. Wu Tang Clan: Iron Flag
715. WWE Anthology (CD 1: The Federation Years)
716. WWE Anthology (CD 2: Attitude)
717. WWE Anthology (CD 3: NOW!)
718. WWE Originals
719. WWE ThemeAddict - V6
720. Wyclef Jean: Preacher's Son
721. X-Ecutioners: Revolutions
722. Xzibit: At The Speed Of Life
723. Xzibit: 40 Days & 40 Nights
724. Xzibit: Restless
725. Xzibit: Man Vs. Machine
726. Xzibit: Weapons Of Mass Destruction
727. Tony Yayo: Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon
728. Ying Yang Twins: Thug Walkin'
729. Ying Yang Twins: Alley
730. Ying Yang Twins: Me & My Brother
731. Ying Yang Twins: My Brother & Me
732. Ying Yang Twins: United State of Atlanta
733. Yo Gotti: Gettin' Money Like a Mutha Fucka Mixtape
734. Young Bleed: Rise Thru Da Ranks
735. YoungBloodz: Against Da Grain
736. YoungBloodz: Drankin' Patnaz
737. YoungBloodz: Ev'rybody Know Me
738. Young Buck: Straight Outta Ca$hville
739. Young Buck: T.I.P.
740. Young Dalley: Never Say Die
741. Young Gunz: Tough Luv
742. Young Gunz: Brothers From Another
743. Young Jeezy: Let's Get It - Thug Motivation 101
744. Young Kev: Ghetto Gospel
745. Yukmouth: Godzilla
746. Yukmouth & C-Bo As Thug Lordz: In Thugz We Trust
747. Yukmouth & Ampichino Present: AK47 - Soundtrack To The Streets
748. Yukmouth: Million Dollar Mixtape - Disc 1
749. Yukmouth: Million Dollar Mixtape - Disc 2
750. Yung Wun: The Dirtiest Thirstiest
751. Z-Ro: Life
752. Z-Ro: King Of Ghetto
753. Z-Ro: Thugged Nigga
754. Z-Ro: Let The Truth Be Told

Friday, April 14, 2006

Saturday Night Beaver

Today's topic is courtesy of a find by The_Freak from one of the greatest movies of all time, Boogie Nights:

"Let's get some of that Saturday night beaver."- Chest Rockwell

Spring Break! Sweet. It's finally here. Yeah, I know what a lot of you guys are thinking. It's really late in the year to be having it, but that's how it goes. You take it when they schedule it. I'll be taking the annual family trip to the mountains. My parents have a place in the mean streets of Harman, West Virginia and it'll be nice to get away for 4 or 5 days to be a bum, do some trout fishing, and whatever action is there.

I'd like to wish a Happy 27th Birthday to my cousin Angie, who turns that on Easter Sunday. We're getting closer to 30, crazy stuff. Have a good one down there!

The only downfall to the trip is no internet. By the time I come back I'll literally be freaking out that I haven't been online for a few days. I know, it eats me up. I'm a total junkie and have been that way on here for about half my life. But I'll survive. I may post up my CD list when I'm gone since a lot haven't seen that in a while. 95% of it is rap or pimpin' R&B, but there's a few other things in there too.

We're down to 7 on American Idol as this week good ol' Bucky got sent home. Bucky wasn't great, but he was improving and you couldn't help but root for the dude. He's just a regular redneck bum that you'd see walking the streets of WV. I thought Elliot would be gone and some of my boys thought Ace would get the shaft (no homo). Well, both of those dudes were in the bottom 3, so we were close. They did Queen songs, but I haven't heard what this upcoming week's action is.

Kasher posted up pics of my girl that were supposedly not to look that good in the last comment section. She's still the hottest chick on the planet in my opinion and that's Mariah Carey. Check her new video if you don't believe me. It's called Say Somethin' and features Snoop in it. She knows how to work it. One thing bugs me though and it's about Snoop. When will the mean Snoop return or will he ever? Give me the 1992 Snoop who straight brought it. Now he's all about the pimpin' stuff. That's fine and dandy every now and then, step up Snoop. Ice Cube has a new CD coming out in June and he'll bring it for sure.

What's going on in Real World? Many of you out there watching this season from Key West? The theme this week circled around Paula Walnuts (the name given to her by John, ode to The Sopranos), the anorexic chick. She talks about how her ex beat her down all the time and now she wants to hook back up with him. I don't get it, maybe I'm weird, but I can't feel sorry for this bum. Your dude literally beat you half to death and put her in the hospital. A guy shouldn't touch a chick, let alone beat her. But it's even more stupid when that dirty girl wants to go back with that guy. She's just going to get the ol' Chin Music to the face again. It's bad when Slutlana is giving her advice and usually it's Slutlana that is breaking down and crying like a little girl. This drama rocks though, you know you tune in for the same reason I do.

A real nice crew of CDs I loaded up on this week. Something for everyone in this set:

Do Or Die: Get That Paper. These guys used to be a lot more mean back in the day, but they're some of the best pimpin' rap guys out there. Still a very good CD I thought from these legends.

LL Cool J: Todd Smith. Speaking of legends, here you go. He's been doing it for over 20 years and still is on top of his game. Juelz, J-Lo, Mary J, Lyfe, Jamie Foxx, Teairra Mari, Ginuwine, 112, and to top things off, we even get Freeway on this CD. He was on 106 & Park the other night and locked down a performance of the year candidate. Dude is all jacked out too.

Messy Marv & San Quinn: Explosive Mode 2 - Back In Business. Yep, my dose of Bay Area rap. I haven't heard this one yet, but I'm excited to hear this madness.

Pastor Troy: Stay Tru. PT Cruiser has a style all to his own. This ATL rapper has been in the game for a while and brings crazy energy and raps with authority. I liked this CD.

Trill Of The Trill: Welcome Home Pimp C. This one is a dedication to Pimp C getting out of jail. Pimp C is one half of the group, UGK with Bun-B. An awesome duo with those two and tons of people have a song on this collection. It's a 2-CD set as one CD is screwed and chopped garbage. I just deleted that one.

Time for the wrestling paragraph. I'll start things off by saying I really am into the new Triple H theme, Bow Down To The King. I thought it sounded weird at first, but now it jams. American Idol needs to sing wrestling songs one week, hah. The Trish and Mickie James saga keeps getting better. Mickie is now blonde and dresses and tries to look like Trish. Trish came out on RAW with brown hair which I thought she looked great in. Dark hair rocks, go back to it Mickie. A good ending to the HHH/Edge/Cena match that will set up their 3-Way at the new PPV. Real cool to see Ring of Honor wrestler Colt Cabana on RAW too.

The new season of UFC The Ultimate Fighter has started on Spike TV. The coaches are Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz. There's a deaf guy on this season too, it's been interesting. Also on Spike TV, TNA has changed their nights to Thursday instead of Saturday. Same time though, 11:00 PM.

It's time for some lyrics to post. It's been a while. This one comes courtesy of The_Freak. It's by Royce Da 5'9" and the song is King of Kings. We all know that title belongs to Triple H, but here's a sample:

Who knows what's finna happen next?
Cousin of death, with predictions that I can promise
Gave it to Nostradamus and now he touchin the rest
The heart caller, balancing birds on my finger
Nerves of a cheetah, birthed with the urge to walk water
Foul searchin, bi-weekly, all-purpose
Talk verses in dashikis and fly turbans
Enter the scheme of things, all love
All thugs get judged by me, the king of the kings..

3 Quick Thangs:

1. Ugh, I wish I could stop biting my nails. It's been a habit forever. I guess I could be addicted to crack or something, so this isn't too bad.

2. Celtics season is about over. I'm not sure how I'll manage.

3. "Winner winner, chicken dinner."

Sunday, April 09, 2006

Jesse Camp

Today's topic is from The_Freak. Props goes out to him for providing this one. It's been a while since I've heard about this goofball, but here's a link for those who may not know him:

Here we are again to bring you more goodies. It's weekend time around the mean streets of Shinnston. This is going to be the busiest time of the year for me for the next month at least. Finishing up on my grad courses, setting up meetings at school with my kids' parents, and just waiting for the school year to be over so I can just uh.. do nothing? That sounds good to me.

A corny new show that I'm big on is Yo Momma. This is a new MTV show on trash talking battles and it's great. Some of these guys (and chicks) can really bring it. I suggest you check it out as it's worth the mention. You know that Yo Momma jokes never ever get old.

One reason why I like winter better than summer? Mowing grass. Ugh. It's not like I live on this huge area either, but it still isn't fun mowing grass. Today started that madness and I'm not happy about it. I'll survive though, fear my grass cutting skills. Me and Cork always joke that we should just concrete our yards and be done with it. That'd take care of things for sure.

8 people left on American Idol. My girl Mandisa got the boot last week. No, she's not hot or anything, but I still think she's the best "singer" of the group. I picked Elliot to get knocked off, but he's hanging in there. The country week really helped Pickler and Bucky get it done. This week it's Queen week as they all have to sing.. you guessed it, Queen songs. That should be interesting.

What has been going down with Real World action? There's a lot of drama with their job. They're putting together a place to sell spray-on tan and things of that nature. Slutlana, while one of the hottest Real World chicks ever, is nothing but a big baby when she doesn't get her way. She's still crying because she wasn't voted manager of the group and then tried to change the store's look without permission. Next week we get to see Anorexic Paula flip out and she says how her old dude used to beat her. So far not an awesome season, but we're getting drama at least and that's all that matters.

A while back I commented in my CD section on a guy called Thug Chuc. I was impressed with his CD and he apparently got back to me via email this weekend. Always good to get a random email from a rapper you listen to. He gave the props for me giving him props (make sense?) and is interested in an interview one day. Could be interesting if it's the real deal, so stay tuned.

I still haven't commented on WrestleMania 22 from last week. Overall, I thought it was a great show, much better than last year. My predictions weren't so hot though, but that means it surprised me some, which is good. The only bad parts of the show were the Undertaker/Mark Henry match and the Playboy junk. Sure, any guy likes seeing half naked chicks, but don't have them wrestle and call it like an actual wrestling match. Just have them bounce around naked instead of embarrassing the wrestling product if that's the plan. I'm weird.

Anyone ever need to get me a cheap gift that could go a long way? You can't ever go wrong by bringing me some Cadbury Eggs. They're only the greatest candy ever and they get hyped up enough in here. I should get some loyalties from the makers since I like my chances of eating more of them than anyone I know. So if you need a favor or something, I'm sure you could bring me with a slew of Cadburys.

3 Quick Thangs:

1. Haagen-Dazs ice cream, Strawberry. It's rockin' good stuff.

2. A week on the No-Xplode supplement I was talking about before, it's some potent stuff. Load up on it, it's worth the price.

3. We're nearing 2 years of this Blog. May 21st and it'll be here. Does that cause for celebrations in the streets of Shinnston?

Sunday, April 02, 2006


Today's title of the Blog gives credit to my girl Jenn Jenn. Yep, that one if you were wondering Kasher. I gotta hook up my WV peeps and give them the opportunity to fire off a title for the fans reading at home. What's up Jenn? Thanks again.

Hey to everyone out there reading along. Things are going great here as I always try to be in a good mood. I'll have enough topics for everyone to find something they might enjoy in there. Or so I hope anyways. Let's get things underway with movie talk:

Last week's movie was King Kong. There were 2 copies left at the video store I go to when I got there on Thursday after work. There were probably 30-40 total copies, so I timed it right. Me and the kids I have in class absolutely loved it. It's 3 hours long, but don't let that scare you away. One of the better movies I've seen in quite some time. Jack Black in a serious role? I know, you wouldn't think he could pull it off, but he does great. Maybe you will feel differently. Cork said it was way too long and boring for him. If you've seen it, let us know what you thought. Also, what should I rent this week?

I'm probably not talking to many out there, but just in case you're a big workout person, this paragraph is for you. I've never been a big supplement guy, but I'm on something new that is awesome. It's called No-Xplode. You've seen the commercials advertised by Ronnie Coleman and Triple H. It's a pre-workout mix that has Nitric Oxide and Creatine in it, with zero sugar. Most creatine mixes have tons of sugar, so that's one selling point. You take it 30 minutes before you workout on an empty stomach, and I'm telling ya, you get an insane energy rush and a pump going before you're even in the gym. Veins popping out and you're shaking by the time you're done, I highly recommend it. On a personal note, I set a new bench press mark for me. I put up 255 and weigh 160. I don't toot my horn much, but that's a good lift for a little guy. My goal I set a long time ago was to one day get 100 pounds more than my weight up. I'm close, but it won't be easy. Anyways, check out the No-Explode information here:

For the MySpace fans out there, I've switched up my background and a few other little things. It's nothing major like some sites are, but it's something different. I know there's nothing else to do around here, but MySpace and sites like that are addicting. You can look at bums you don't even know and then you look up at the clock and it's an hour later. If you're on there and I don't have you on my list, feel free to add me. My site is:

Baseball season opens tonight and I'm pumped up. I hope to hit up quite a bit of games over the summer and try some new stadiums out. Me and Cork already loaded up on tickets at the end of the month. Saturday, April 29th, we're going to Cleveland to watch the Rangers battle the Indians. It's Grady Sizemore Bobblehead Night and Jacobs Field is an awesome place. It's already almost sold out, so we had to get out tickets early. Bobblehead Nights anywhere are madness. It's fun times to watch people get in near fights over these figures so they can run home and put them on eBay and make money.

Speaking of baseball, we'll get some Billy Ripken action up for The_Freak. We were talking about this yesterday. The baseball card collectors will remember this one for sure and it's one of my favorites. Yep, the 1989 Fleer error. Following is a picture of it too if you've never seen. One of his teammates played a joke on him and wrote "FUCK FACE" on the bat's handle. He didn't know and when he went to take his Fleer photo that year, it showed up on the pic. It started selling like hotcakes. The company and editors didn't notice when they produced it either. I remember my Uncle Butch blew that card up to poster size and it was hanging in his store.

One CD to mention since the last post and it's a good one. T.I.'s King. I think this one is a lot better than his last CD. Still not the quality of his first few. UGK, Jamie Foxx, Young Jeezy, Pharrell, Common, Young Buck, T-Pain, and Mike Jones just to name a few on this beast. He also rips into 50 if you're into that type of thing. He gives big respect to Young Buck and even has him on a song, but he's not a 50 fan. My favorites on this thing are What You Know (released now), Live In The Sky, and Bankhead.

WrestleMania is tonight, so I guess I'll talk about that in my next post. Last night was the WWE Hall of Fame Induction and I thought it came across as a fun show. If you didn't cry during the Eddie Guerrero stuff, something is wrong with you. Some touching stuff. Also, I read that the crowd was chanting for Triple H earlier in the show and Cena even got a "Fuck You Cena!.." chant directed his way. The crowd was hot and it was quality. They chanted for Austin and Hogan to fight. Austin kept trying to dodge it by talking over it, but eventually took a jab at Hogan. The Hart stuff was short and I read they edited a lot of that off TV, but he's still a legend. It's always great seeing the old legends in the crowd too. Flair was having a great time, cracking up at everything.

3 Quick Thangs:

1. The Heat/Cavs game yesterday was unbelievable. LeBron with a nutty triple double of 47pts/12rebs/10asts. Wade countered with 44pts/9asts/8rebs. That's two of the best going at it in one of the better one-on-one matchups in years.

2. 2 more weeks and I finally get Spring Break. It's getting here I have to keep telling myself. A late one this year.

3. Right now for the pimp spray, I'm going with Axe Essence.