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  1. Figured I'd tell you people, I'm gonna be in SF at the end of the summer for a week or so if anyone wants to get wasted. Holler at meh
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  2. Saw these guys in a little club when they first came out They were pretty good then
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  3. id be pissed if that was my house,covered in blood,and smelling like fart
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  4. Damn. I know there's beef with our crews but I exchanged faded ramblings with this dude since the 90's. Probly the only one out of my crew he wouldnt shoot at hahaha. And same with me. Last shit he said to me chillin we were sayin how we are gettin to old for all the paintin bullshit drama but we can't stop for some reason. Gotta respect how much work he's put in over the years, not many las Vegas writers keep paintin till they die. All beef aside rip.
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  5. Hah that is laughable, Pesk. Years is on a level you can't fathom, merely for the fact your mentally stuck in 80s where, yes, your sketches would burn. But us, we're in 2011 THE FUTUREEEE :D , so why don't you join us? Either attempt to evolve your style to some extent or shut the fuck up already. Years burns through pure letter structure, not like some child hiding behind he's big set of crayola crayons, and regurgitated styles from the 80s, that bitches and moans when he doesn't get his way. Humility is key to succeeding in an art involving your ego, if you cant grasp that, than you will not evolve and progress. It's sad because I honestly believe you have alot of potential.....on a side note your starting to sound like gucci mane with down syndrome....you should ease of the slang on the inter-web it comes off a bit retarded. I'm very sorry for my intrusion. But I can't stand when some clown knocks a real writer.
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  6. thats all i got. sorry for the pukas but......at least its on time
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  7. this is very cool. setup was/is one of the best
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  8. lucero shows are always fun. matt and kim last week. no homo.
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  9. Stop talking about the damned Silk Road. The deep web is not a place anyone here needs to be on. Too risky. Go buy your weed from locals. Stay away from the USPS. If any of you don't want to heed this warning, it's on you. When you get your door kicked in, maybe you'll remember that I warned you.
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  10. neg'd^^ this may be the wrong thread for you bud, thats one of the lamest things i have ever heard.
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  11. WHITE GIRLS GOT IT TOO.. YOUR WELCOME
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  12. its funny how i posted my comment before u even posted the flick of that seb article...but u still went on yer rant and rave of how i desrespected a fallen writer...but u yer right thou....ireally could care less about a writer fallen through a roof to his death in the 90s...shit happens...
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  13. thanks. you might when next year.
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  14. nah bro everybody likes yours more
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  15. Rock on OAHU!!!! lovin errrrrbodys shit!!! big ups to kats keeping the scene active! smoke a bowl to that! dont you just love rainy days.... [/img] [/img] :)
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  16. You might be able to fit a pair of shoes in there. Maybe a drawer from your dresser.
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  17. YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO MAKE YOUR INTERWEBZ REPUTATION "POSITIVE".
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  18. Thanks for the congrats. We both decided we don't really care about doing a big wedding right now, but we want to make it somewhat memorable. We also don't give two fucking shits about God and the Holy Ghost Crew giving us the blessing and "official" seal. So we're going to Vegas to do it in a chapel and enjoy the week we're there. We don't get to "hotel" it up all that often, and we never see pools. (Fuck a public pool!) So even if we spend the day just hanging by a pool getting mid day drunk, napping till night, and feeding and drinking the rest of the time --we're fine. It's fucking Caligula's party without the Barbarian on Barbarian sex. We plan to drive to the Grand Canyon and hike around there. Red Rocks would be nice as well. I'm all about that scenery type shit over strip malls. I honestly don't see her shopping all that long, especially if it's catering to the comfort zones of tourists. So I'm sure we'll be looking for shit to do besides putting on pounds and fist fucking our livers. I'm actually really fucking psyched for this. I'm going to tourist it up. I'll be that asshole at the pool with the farmer's tan and body of a Twist character. I think we're getting a suite at the Mandarine Oriental. She won't put any oriental designed stuff in the house, because she's Asian, but she'll stay a hotel named after a food court dish. Go figure. Oh --and we are doing a ceremony for our families. We're going to do a traditional Laotion ceremony Upstate. I can't wait for that either. It's a casual ceremony with a BBQ, booze, and lots of poker. I think I'm going to have to make a "White People's" section on the buffet table. My nephews think Big Macs are exotic foods.
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  19. Poor guy looks like a Star Wars character. I wonder if he has to unscrew that bottom piece twice a day to empty his bowels.
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  20. alright.. nothin to do today.. might pull this off.
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  21. Dear Sir, Confidential Business Proposal Having consulted with my colleagues and based on the information gathered from the Nigerian Chambers Of Commerce And Industry, I have the privilege to request your assistance to transfer the sum of $47,500,000.00 (forty seven million, five hundred thousand United States dollars) into your accounts. The above sum resulted from an over-invoiced contract, executed, commissioned and paid for about five years (5) ago by a foreign contractor. This action was however intentional and since then the fund has been in a suspense account at The Central Bank Of Nigeria Apex Bank. We are now ready to transfer the fund overseas and that is where you come in. It is important to inform you that as civil servants, we are forbidden to operate a foreign account; that is why we require your assistance. The total sum will be shared as follows: 70% for us, 25% for you and 5% for local and international expenses incidental to the transfer. The transfer is risk free on both sides. I am an accountant with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). If you find this proposal acceptable, we shall require the following documents: (a) your banker's name, telephone, account and fax numbers. (b) your private telephone and fax numbers —for confidentiality and easy communication. © your letter-headed paper stamped and signed. Alternatively we will furnish you with the text of what to type into your letter-headed paper, along with a breakdown explaining, comprehensively what we require of you. The business will take us thirty (30) working days to accomplish. Please reply urgently. Best regards Howgul Abul Arhu
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  22. i quit smoking cigarettes recently. it actually wasn't that hard, I have never tried quitting before. I smoked cigs from 11, and i'm 26 now. I didn't use patches or anything, i was sick with the flu, and cigs tasted terrible. I went 3 days without smoking, and didn't even notice the 3rd day, so i figured fuck it, might as well quit. It's been about 3 months now, my wife still smokes, most of the people i hang out with smoke, it's just weird because cigs smell like total ass to me now. I don't have too much of an issue with it, the only time i "crave" cigs now is when i'm drinking, I took one puff off my wifes cig at the bar a month or so ago, it tasted horrible, i got all dizzy like i was a kid, and it was harsh as fuck. Never again. I'm thinking of changing my weed smoking methods as well, i smoke a box of 30 blunts in like 3 or 4 days... that can't be healthy.
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  23. best background award would have to go to fel with that dude blowin his head off in the bathroom stall, with the pest and all the old southwest kids tags all over the stall..not peice wise but background wise..thats just my opinion, i think the sweat shop prodo would have had way better feed back had it not been so hyped prior to us seeing flicks
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  24. Scan 4 by CyseOFS, on Flickr
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  25. I've been here for 10 years and still have no good advice on where to go here.. Will you be here for the first friday of the month? (of any month?) First Friday's are usually poppin' here in Vegas and is the only thing I'll come out for. Art, Drinks, Food, Bands. It's pretty huge. It's downtown, 6 - 10 (later for the bars) Fremont Experience There is a new bar/arcade called INSERT COINS that just opened. It's on Fremont Street also, and heard it was pretty cool. I've been there to hang artwork for a show, and place looks fresh. fast, delicious mexican food: Roberto's Taco Shop...... 5 on every block. if you or your girl likes to shop there are lots of outlet malls that the tourist love, and Town Square is cool too. Good seafood buffet @ the Rio "M" hotel and casino has an excellent buffet (so i've heard) but the wait is like 2 hours. Have fun, and congrats on getting married.
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  26. woah.. you're getting married? fuckin congratulations you crazy kids! awesome! .. earl i really enjoy nyc but i would never live there. enjoy your break and um, go somewhere nice for your honeymoon ;) nicer than vegas hahahaha that's great mang.
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  27. goddamit pesk, you got skills but ya mouth surpasses em
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  28. THAS Y U KNOW WHERE TO FIND US...BUT HOS THE AORRY BITCH MADE HIDING BEHIND SCREEN NAME ASS....NOW THAS FAKE....CUZ IF KEEP WAS SO FAKE THEN HE WOULDNT B OUT THERE BEIN ACTIVE.....CRAZY MOVIE HUH?:confused:
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  29. Feelin that SAON, love the A. Something i been working on. The Y needs some tweeking and resizing.
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  30. welcome back fish... -poz just showered ate some home made banana pudding and a couple glasses of milk. 'bout to start a new book and read myself to sleep.
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  31. Saw this today and thought, WTF???? Old timers doing that work-- Aspen and Los Angeles Residents Indicted for Cocaine Distribution May 20 -- DENVER – Ten defendants, six from Aspen and four from Los Angeles, were charged in a sealed indicted returned by a federal grand jury in Denver on April 19, 2011, United States Attorney John Walsh and Acting Special Agent in Charge Kevin Merrill announced today. Of the ten defendants, 9 were arrested yesterday (5 in Aspen, 3 in Los Angeles, and 1 in Dallas) without incident. One Los Angeles defendant is a fugitive. Those who were arrested yesterday in Colorado are scheduled to make their initial appearances in U.S. District Court in Denver this afternoon. During the course of this one year investigation, defendants allegedly distributed more than 5 kilograms of cocaine in the Aspen, Colorado area. The investigation has revealed that this organization has transported and distributed over 200 kilograms of cocaine into Aspen over the past 15 years. According to the indictment, starting in July 2010 and continuing through April 2011, the ten defendants did knowingly and intentionally conspire with each other and others both known and unknown to the Grand Jury, to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 5 kilograms or more of cocaine. The nine count indictment also includes other allegations of cocaine trafficking by the various defendants. The indictment also includes asset forfeiture allegations, where the defendants shall forfeit to the United States any right, title and interest in property constituting and derived from any proceeds obtained directly and indirectly as a result of such offenses, including $175,614 in cash seized during the investigation as well as in excess of $2,000,000 in drug related property in Aspen which was indicted as a result of this investigation. The defendants in this case are: Joan Anastasi, age 67, of Aspen Valentin Barrios, age 42, of Los Angeles Anthony Buchanan, age 67, of Los Angeles Joseph James Burke, age 63, of Aspen Alfonso Elvao-Allocati, age 70, of Los Angeles Jack Fellner, age 60, of Aspen Wayne Alan Reid, age 65, of Aspen Peggy Schlaugher, age 41, of Aspen Christopher James Sheehan, age 65, of Aspen Jesse Trujillo, age 33, of Los Angeles (fugitive) _______________________________________________________________________________________ Puerto Rican Drug Kingpin Among Ten Charged Over $1 Million Cocaine Delivery at Times Square Hotel MAY 20 - MANHATTAN -- John P. Gilbride, the Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bridget G. Brennan, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor, New York City Police Commissioner, Raymond W. Kelly, and Charles R. Pine, the Special Agent in Charge of the New York Field Division, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation, announced today the arrests and indictments of a major drug kingpin, Ricardo Gonzalez-Santiago, and ten other narcotics traffickers who conducted their drug business in Manhattan, Queens, The Bronx and Brooklyn. The arrests – five of which took place this morning – were the result of a ten-month wiretap investigation by the NYPD’s Vice Squad and the DEA-led New York Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force. The investigation began with street-level sales of ketamine, ecstasy and oxycodone at Manhattan nightclubs and ultimately led to the arrest of a lieutenant in a Puerto Rican drug cartel. Gonzalez-Santiago trafficked in large quantities of cocaine and lived as a fugitive for two years after escaping from federal authorities who were about to arrest him in a major drug case in Philadelphia. He was apprehended in the New York case on March 25 after he picked up two suitcases containing 36 kilos (79 lbs.) of cocaine worth approximately $1.3 million at the Paramount Hotel in the heart of Times Square. That morning, Gonzalez-Santiago had flown to JFK Airport from San Juan, P.R., in order to oversee distribution of the shipment of cocaine. Gonzalez-Santiago was a subject of the wiretap investigation at the time and law enforcement officers knew of his travel plans. Upon arriving at JFK Airport, Gonzalez-Santiago was immediately placed under surveillance by a team of officers, who first followed him to an apartment in The Bronx and then to the Paramount Hotel on West 46 th Street. Gonzalez-Santiago entered the hotel, returned with the suitcases and loaded them into his car. The team stopped the car several blocks away on West 45 th Street between 5 th and 6 th Avenues, arrested Gonzalez-Santiago and seized the 36 kilos, which were still inside the suitcases and bundled into 18 packages covered in carbon paper. Earlier this month, a grand jury voted to indict Gonzalez-Santiago for operating as a major drug trafficker, which is the only drug charge in New York State that carries a possible life sentence. He has being held without bail since his arrest on several other drug charges in March and is now awaiting arraignment on the new indictment. Based on recorded phone conversations, law enforcement officers learned that Gonzalez-Santiago intended to sell some of the 36 kilos of cocaine he picked up at the Paramount Hotel to a Bronx supplier, Francisco Rivera, for approximately $32,000 per kilo. During the investigation, Rivera was in contact with other members of the Puerto Rican cartel and made trips to both Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to set up drug sales. Rivera was among the five defendants arrested this morning. During the 10-month wiretap investigation, which began in July 2010, undercover officers with the NYPD’s Vice Squad made a total of 18 drug purchases and seized $315,000 in criminal proceeds. At the outset of the case, the undercover officers made seven purchases of ketamine, ecstasy and oxycodone from a low-level drug dealer, Angela Como, who catered to Manhattan club-goers. These sales occurred inside Webster Hall, an East Village nightspot, outside Pacha NYC in Hell’s Kitchen and other locations. Como worked at a pharmacy and told her customers she’d stolen the oxycodone pills she sold. As the investigation proceeded, Como introduced the undercover officers to cocaine dealers, including Daniel Gradzki, who sold to the officers on 11 occasions in Manhattan and Queens. It was at this stage that the NYPD and SNP launched the wiretap portion of the investigation, which enabled the officers to work their way up the chain of cocaine suppliers to Kevin Collins, Phillip Gonzalez, Francisco Rivera and Ricardo Gonzalez-Santiago. The officers learned Bronx drug supplier Francisco Rivera, who had intended to buy some of the 36 kilos of cocaine seized from Ricardo Gonzalez-Santiago on March 25, sold cocaine to numerous lower-level dealers. One of these dealers was Phillip Gonzalez, who was arrested in Queens on Jan. 11 when his car became stuck in a snow bank following the January snow storms. Gonzalez was transporting more than a pound of cocaine at the time. Rivera also supplied another dealer, Jose Santana, who was arrested on May 6. Santana ran a crew of lower-level drug dealers, including Matthew Velez, Michael Falcon and Melvin Nieves. Velez and Falcon were arrested in February while transporting 178 grams of cocaine in a hidden trap in a car. The five defendants arrested this morning were Rivera, Collins, Gradzki, Como and Nieves. All of the defendants except Como face a conspiracy charge in additional to charges for criminal sale and possession of a controlled substance. 32k for a key is pretty high isn't it??? And Murphy's Law Oner to the guy driving with an elbo in the snowstorm :lol: :lol:
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  32. so, I help weld and bend and conceptualize these things but they're definitly my homie's art. I'm not sure if its aplicable for the thread title. Its the closest thread I could find to fit.
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  33. geto cheeseburger These are baked sweet potato and yams then tossed in garlic, bacon, parsley, salt and pepper. inspired from those awesome looking fries a few pages back by RUSO?the dipping sauce was awesome ill post about it later
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  34. What if exile is hiding at ajar's house?
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  36. I got to sleep in 3 days in a row!..I was in heaven. then headed home. But I forgot the best part..haha At work on Wednesday before..my co-workers displayed their grandest sense of humor by making this cake for me... RAp LeTTer CaKe bahahahah
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