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ALLAN

May 19th

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Happy May19th. ALLAN releases his first project featuring a compilation of new and OLD work. This project features features from B.D. of GTBK, C-Flo, Jace of Two-9 and Scotty Dividends. Check out the FREE work and make sure you stay tuned for all Future Updates. Click the Pic! for the Download. #TrueFreedom Bitch.

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Michael Jordan’s Airwaves 1989

This is so rare I have to put a Lil B video at the end of this post. Thats just a heads up though. Below is a very rare and very old video of Jordan. Respect history and hit that play button.

Michael Jordan’s Airwaves was a tv show that aired locally on WLS-TV in the Chicago area in 1989. Local sports TV guy Jim Rose interviewed Michael Jordan in an “Oprah-style” setup, and even tapped into the audience for some one-on-one questions. This footage is the property of Chicago station WLS-TV.

Source: Eastwestworldwideblog.wordpress.com

Check out this dope official Adidas commercial Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Phillips Idowu 3 on 3 …. somewhere in east london.

phillips is all in

snoop is all in

warren g is all in

gb basketball is all in

adidas® is ALL IN.

@PhillipsIdowu – Nigerian-English triple jumper. – Phillips Idowu

Boston Red Sox Offically Blew it

Is this still considered the curse of the Bambino? Boston has offically blown there (once) 9-game lead and now has no chance at seeing the playoffs this year.

But by losing to the Oriles last night (4-3) the Tampa Bay Rays enter the Wild Card.

Umm how do you as a player or coach let that happen?

Out of there last 20 games they won only 5.

#NoGood

Photo Credit: CBSNews

@NFL Scores of Week 3

Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson catches a pass over Minnesota Vikings cornerback Cedric Griffin (23) during overtime of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011, in Minneapolis. The Lions won 26-23.

Carolina Panthers -16

Jaguars– 10

Cam Newton and the Panthers Grab there First Win

New Orleans Saints– 40

Houston Texans– 33

What else can you expect from the Saints but a High scoring game…their defense needs to step it up

Buffalo Bills– 34

New England Patriots– 31

The Patriots fall to 2-1 while the Bills move to 3-0

The Cleveland Browns– 17

Miami Dolphins– 16

Miami has yet to get a win

New York Giants– 29

Philadelphia Eagles– 16

Vick suffers another injury; broken bruised hand (hmm idk) (non-throwing hand)

Detroit Lions– 26

Minnesota Vikings– 23

Stafford’s Lions move to 3-0 while McNabb’s Vikings go to 0-3…Minnesota blew a 20 point lead

San Francisco 49’ers– 13

Cincinnati Bengal’s– 8

Bengals gotta get a system together

Oakland Raiders– 34

New York Jets– 24

Jet’s take there first loss of the season

San Diego Chargers– 20

Kansas City Chiefs- 17

I don’t know if i should be proud of Kansas sticking in there or upset that San Diego had to struggle for that win

Tampa Bay Buccanners– 16

Atlanta Falcons– 13

Tampa Bay is looking good this season, they ended a five game losing streak in there divison

Pittsburgh Steelers– 23

Indianapolis Colts– 20

The Colts defense played great, the offense (w/o Peyton Manning) just couldn’t get any momentum

Dallas Cowboys– 18

Washington Redskins– 16

Tony Romo held through his rib injury and pulled the team to the W (it was the kickers game).

@NFL Scores of Week 3

Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson catches a pass over Minnesota Vikings cornerback Cedric Griffin (23) during overtime of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 25, 2011, in Minneapolis. The Lions won 26-23.

Carolina Panthers -16

Jaguars– 10

Cam Newton and the Panthers Grab there First Win

New Orleans Saints– 40

Houston Texans– 33

What else can you expect from the Saints but a High scoring game…their defense needs to step it up

Buffalo Bills– 34

New England Patriots– 31

The Patriots fall to 2-1 while the Bills move to 3-0

The Cleveland Browns– 17

Miami Dolphins– 16

Miami has yet to get a win

New York Giants– 29

Philadelphia Eagles– 16

Vick suffers another injury; broken bruised hand (hmm idk) (non-throwing hand)

Detroit Lions– 26

Minnesota Vikings– 23

Stafford’s Lions move to 3-0 while McNabb’s Vikings go to 0-3…Minnesota blew a 20 point lead

San Francisco 49’ers– 13

Cincinnati Bengal’s– 8

Bengals gotta get a system together

Oakland Raiders– 34

New York Jets– 24

Jet’s take there first loss of the season

San Diego Chargers– 20

Kansas City Chiefs- 17

I don’t know if i should be proud of Kansas sticking in there or upset that San Diego had to struggle for that win

Tampa Bay Buccanners– 16

Atlanta Falcons– 13

Tampa Bay is looking good this season, they ended a five game losing streak in there divison

Pittsburgh Steelers– 23

Indianapolis Colts– 20

The Colts defense played great, the offense (w/o Peyton Manning) just couldn’t get any momentum

Dallas Cowboys– 18

Washington Redskins– 16

Tony Romo held through his rib injury and pulled the team to the W (it was the kickers game).

Victor Ortiz DQ’d For Real Sucker Punch In Fight! (Throwback Footage): Karma’s a B*TCH! …and i appreciate her! (had to with the Lil Wayne reference)

Fight Review by Jeremy
“During the Welterweight Championship fight between Floyd Mayweather and Victor Ortiz on 9/17/2011, illegal headbuts, and sucker punch K.Os ensued. Jeremy talks about the events and his thoughts.”

Beginning of the story…..

Ortiz has an opinion, I guess….

“Everyone has an opinion, and it wasn’t a fair fight”….Let’s ask Floyd, what do you think Floyd?

Moral of the story “Shit happens, protect yourself at all times.” HAHAHA

….Round 4. Knockout.

Alright now before we jump to conclusions and say these people are outrageous and animals I want to say a few things on my behalf. When i use to play football (up until high school) bad calls were frequently made. From close calls to down right wrong calls. In the heat of a game too many bad calls can really change the tide of a game. When you have a team that trains week in and week out those calls begin to effect you personally. A love for a sport can be the same as a love for anyone else and to play with someones emotions can have a huge negative outcome.

Now i want to speak on one specific game back from when i was about 11 years old. It was a deciding game for the playoffs and we needed to win that game in order to make it. I’m not trying to say race was a definite factor but hear me out. I played for a predominately African-American team while the team we played was mainly Caucasian. From the first quarter down to about the third we had bad call after bad call. Touchdowns called back, unfair penalty’s, the works. The frustration that builds up when your playing your hardest can be overwhelming. Eventually our whole side of the field got fed up and we stopped playing. Our coaches would try and talk to the ref and the ref did the samething the ref did in this video, walk away and ignored every reasonable plea.

We had to forfeit the game and did not make the playoffs that year.

In no way am I condoning the attack on this referee, but I want to say you have to know and understand every side of the story before you can judge.

If this situation was anything like the one that I went through, I can understand the frustration.

Read the article here with a longer video.

About 3 days ago ESPN released an article titled “What if Vick were White”. The point of this article was to eliminate the question “What if Vick were white, would he have received the same consequences” (regarding his 2007 arrest). The writer of the article, Toure, went into how if Vick were white every aspect about him would be different, from the way he plays football to his upbringing. So if Vick were white “we probably wouldn’t be having this conversation at all”. Though the title and the picture maybe a bit much (a digitized white picture of Vick) the article itself is worth the read. Either way Michael Vick is one of the greatest and electric players to grace the game of football and it’s good to see him back in action.

Michael Vick

Vick 2010-2011 Highlights

Read it here

or in PDF format here