Hip-hop culture hurting NFL

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by mr monty, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    You're money, dude! [​IMG]

    Where's the violence? [​IMG]


    A bit weak on that one. The scene in the parking lot with the gun? Or maybe the video hockey scene where Gretzsky keeps getting smacked . . .
     
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    Edward Appleby Senior member

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    You're money, dude! [​IMG]

    Where's the violence? [​IMG]


    It comes awfully close when Vince Vaughn's friend whips out his piece when the guy bumps into him outside of the club...

    EDIT: Goddammit lawyerdad you quick on the draw douchebag
     
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    Holy fuck. I've never seen a more generalized stereotypical view of hip hop. You're speaking of MAINSTREAM hip hop you dunce. Please don't slander the rest of the movement/culture that have talent.

    That's MAINSTREAM? I thought my big mistake was attributing the characteristics of 'gangsta' rap to MAINSTREAM hip-hop. If those are indeed the attributes of MAINSTREAM hip-hop, then I stand by my assertion. I thought the MAINSTREAM comprised the majority of the culture - who are those you speak of that have talent? [​IMG] FYI, dunderhead, a generalized view of anything will generally describe the MAINSTREAM of that particular subject. [​IMG]
     
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    I'm always surprised when anyones responds to Roma. I suppose he's an easy target.
     
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    I'm always surprised when anyones responds to Roma. I suppose he's an easy target.

    Hip-hop is the target, my friend. And with the help of the NFL I hope to wipe the scourge from the face of this once great land.....
     
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    Hip-hop is the target, my friend. And with the help of the NFL I hope to wipe the scourge from the face of this once great land.....

    O'Reilly is that you?
     
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    EDIT: Goddammit lawyerdad you quick on the draw douchebag


    This is the big time, don't bring that weak-assed shit here!
     
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    What is this NFL thing you speak of and why do people hip and hop in it?
     
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    That's MAINSTREAM? I thought my big mistake was attributing the characteristics of 'gangsta' rap to MAINSTREAM hip-hop. If those are indeed the attributes of MAINSTREAM hip-hop, then I stand by my assertion. I thought the MAINSTREAM comprised the majority of the culture - who are those you speak of that have talent? [​IMG] FYI, dunderhead, a generalized view of anything will generally describe the MAINSTREAM of that particular subject. [​IMG]

    Yeah, I actually thought fortune had it backwards as well.

    My daughter's first grade teacher, who is very cool, is into hip-hop. Once a week, she does a little hip-hop class for the kids. Whatever culture or subculture she's working within seems ok to me.
     
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    O'Reilly is that you?

    O'Reilly is next (after Rush). The rightwing media is almost as bad as (MAINSTREAM) hip-hop!
     
  11. jpeirpont

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    O'Reilly is next (after Rush). The rightwing media is almost as bad as hip-hop!
    I see no difference between you and them, both are oddly hyperbolic and clearly ignorant.
     
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    Yeah, I actually thought fortune had it backwards as well.

    My daughter's first grade teacher, who is very cool, is into hip-hop. Once a week, she does a little hip-hop class for the kids. Whatever culture or subculture she's working within seems ok to me.


    Just make sure it's not MAINSTREAM hip-hop. [​IMG]
     
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    I see no difference between you and them, both are oddly hyperbolic and clearly ignorant.

    You need to get your eyes checked (and probably your hearing as well [​IMG] ). [​IMG]
     
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    You need to get your eyes checked (and probably your hearing as well [​IMG] ). [​IMG]

    Clever, astute and handsome, what other attributes are you hiding.
     
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    You need to get your eyes checked (and probably your hearing as well [​IMG] ). [​IMG]

    What's this called?
    [​IMG]
     

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