Daily Headlines 5-3-06

BREAKING: The HITS Daily Double website (Reg. Req.) is projecting Mobb Deep’s first week numbers to be in the 110k range. I’m inclined to believe them since they called T.I.’s first week pretty accurately.

BREAKING: Zacarias Moussaoui sentenced to life in prison

Early reports suggest that the member of T.I.’s crew that was killed was his boy Philant

New developments in the Big Hawk murder

Mayor Bloomberg says he won’t let up on fighting graffiti. Someone should tell him that the writers won’t let up on bombing his city.

Eminem’s ex-ex-wife seeks custody of Hailie 

I believe this marks the 6th member of the cast of the Sopranos who has run into legal trouble if I’m not mistaken.

David Blaine is an idiot   


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102 Responses to “Daily Headlines 5-3-06”

  1. DBrown11 Says:

    Is 110k good?

  2. E From BK Says:

    Come check out the townhall meeting at http://www.waok.com. You should be able to listen and blog and nahright simultaneously.

  3. eskay Says:

    ^not when your down with G-Unit

    @ DBrown

  4. Reachnyc.com Says:

    http://WWW.REACHNYC.COM

    1ST!

  5. bxconnect Says:

    damn yayo did more numbers on his first week.

  6. G Off Says:

    *50 takes Porches back*

  7. MaddenMaster Says:

    I think you read that wrong….. 109 is what they last album did!!! 300 total and that was in 04 not this album….

    Sorry…

    next topic

  8. DBrown11 Says:

    David Blaine street magic was right but these other stunts is bugged out

  9. D. Billz Says:

    E from BK… I’m at work on a gov’t computer so it won’t allow me stream anything. But what is the discussion about?

  10. el_feces_loco Says:

    So….Whose album is next to look forward to?

  11. eskay Says:

    >>I think you read that wrong….. 109 is what they last album did!!! 300 total and that was in 04 not this album….

    Sorry…

    next topic

    —————————————————————–

    Nah I think YOU read that wrong Madden, get outta denial. but don’t worry I’m working on getting that little quote pre set into all your comments so you don’t have to type it out everytime after you lose your bet with Biggums.

  12. eskay Says:

    and I quote:

    “G-Unit/Interscope heritage rap act Mobb Deep’s Blood Money should rack up in the neighborhood of 110k as the one-time Loud Records and Jive act makes their bow on 50 Cent’s label.”

  13. MaddenMaster Says:

    WHERE DID YOU READ THAT AT?

  14. MaddenMaster Says:

    Ok I saw it in the news section but I also saw there prev. sales and they did those numbers with no promotion so hey……… ONLY TIME WILL TELL… FUCKEN GAY HATER!!

  15. D. Billz Says:

    @El… Blood Money and Killa Season are runner’s up for Weed Plates of the Year. Any others you’d like to add?

  16. Kornphlake Says:

    what do they have to reach for it not to be a flop?

  17. Sour D. Says:

    quite honestly, good for them on the 110k, i didn’t even think they would do that. and i can’t wait till monday to point and laugh at all these stans. it would be great if you can pre program madden to say what he bet he would. cause you know he aint stickin to it. and where the fuck is bugsy. me and biggs asked like 20x today whhat a backpacker is and how old he is. he just disapears after you ask.

    also, fuck moussaoui, hope he rots.

    fuck bloomberg.

  18. Sour D. Says:

    and es, how much you think mobb sleep is getting per record? i think i’m shooting high with $4($2/each)

  19. E From BK Says:

    D. Billz Says:

    May 3rd, 2006 at 5:32 pm
    E from BK… I’m at work on a gov’t computer so it won’t allow me stream anything. But what is the discussion about?
    ================================================
    The whole T.I. incident as well as the state of violence in Hip Hop. Basically what we’ve been discussing here today.

  20. Sour D. Says:

    and madden, the numbers they were doing before were for their original fans. they lost alot of those by signing to gee, you knit.

  21. Kornphlake Says:

    they get to keep the cars or what?

  22. D. Billz Says:

    Hey Es, did you know anything about this?

    05-01-2006
    Lupe Performs With Kanye Tonight On Letterman
    Don’t miss Lupe Fiasco performing ‘Touch The Sky’ with Kanye West tonight 5/1 on Late Night with David Letterman at 11:35pm on CBS! FNF UP!
    LUPE FIASCO’S FOOD & LIQUOR, the debut album featuring the new hit single ‘Kick Push’ is in stores June 27th!

  23. D. Billz Says:

    @ Kornphlake… The cars are probably on a tow truck as we speak.

  24. eskay Says:

    damn Madden your boys flop and now I’m gay? typical stanley reaction.

    Sour D. I would guess somewhere in the neighborhood of 3 dollars if they’re lucky

    Nah Billz I hadn’t heard about that but I understand he had an interesting interview on NY radio yesterday or today

  25. eskay Says:

    >>@ Kornphlake… The cars are probably on a tow truck as we speak.

    lol

  26. Sour D. Says:

    nah, they should keep the cars. they’ll sell 100,000 this week which means they’ll get about $150k each, just enough to pay 50 back for the porsches. next week they can pay maybe half thier advance, week after production, week after promotion. when its all said and done, they’ll probably only owe 50 like $25,000 each. thats not so bad.

  27. iLL Change Says:

    Mobb Deep is still kinda str8, but with “Put ‘Em In Their Place” as their only single, which isnt getting much play to begin with, i don’t think there first week will do huge numbers. “Put Em In Their Place” is a cool track, but i dont think 50’s audience (AKA white kids from the suburbs) can really feel that as much as the streets; crackas just wanna hear a hot beat with some gay party lyrics, word up.

  28. D. Billz Says:

    “crackas just wanna hear a hot beat with some gay party lyrics, word up.”

    Lol.

  29. MaddenMaster Says:

    Nigga you been gay but…..lets do LOGIC!!! 109 1ST WEEK on there last album 300k total now despite what you want to think they didn’t lose every Mobb Deep fan but for argument sake lets say 50k of those 1st week sales go away… You are still going to make up for that that with curiousity that they never had before and a fraction of that G-Unit fan base, combine that with the fact that they probably shipped 800k 1.5 world wide they first week sales will be fine….,. THe trick is what they ship and I’m sure they gone ship a shit load…

  30. MaddenMaster Says:

    Tell me that album not a BANGGER!!!!

    1. Smoke It
    2. Speakin so freely
    3. Stole Something Feat. Banks
    4. The Infamous
    5. DayDreamin
    6. Click Click Feat. Yayo
    7. System Feat. Big Noyd
    8. In Love with the Moula
    9. Backstage Pass
    10. Put’em In They Place
    11. Creep Feat. 50
    12. Its Alright Feat Mary J. Blidge
    13. Pearly Gates Feat. 50 Cent
    14. Capital P. Capital H.
    —AND WHATEVER WITH THE BONUS STUFF—-
    Try that play list…

  31. KingML Says:

    That album is not a banger, first of all they stole a Bobby Womack beat for Mary J blige to sing over, secondly Banks and Yayo both have terrible features, Big Noyd i dont even know why he still raps.

    50 on creep is terrible, although i dont mind that pearly gates track, and after listening to this album for a few weeks id only give it 2.5/5.

    Not very good, not even 1 banger that stands out to me that I am like wow this track is dope.

    It was just sub-par at best.

  32. MaddenMaster Says:

    hahahahhahahahahhaha whatever!!!

  33. eskay Says:

    Madden, your last comment made no sense. What does what they ship have to do with it?

    What it boils down to is a month ago I said if they do under 300 their first week, they flopped, and that’s exactly what is about to happen.

    You mad?

  34. MaddenMaster Says:

    Blood Money

    Artist: Mobb Deep
    Title: Blood Money
    Rating:****
    Reviewed by: Martin A. Berrios Allhiphop

    Even though Mobb Deep gained enormous street fame in the 90’s with their classic The Infamous, the Queensbridge duo have never quite lived up to that earlier greatness on subsequent releases. They showed hints of again reaching their potential here and there on Hell On Earth and Murda Muzik, but didn’t serve up the thorough follow-ups needed to keep their cult status granite solid. With their last album, Amerikaz Nightmare, Progidy and Havoc were met with another lukewarm response. In customary scorned rapper fashion, they blamed the label and bounced. With a new free agent status in place, 50 Cent scooped the boys up in ‘05 and made them G-Unit’s first official signing outside the Interscope family tree. The result is Blood Money (Infamous/G-Unit/Interscope); Mobb’s strongest batch of work since they laced us with “Quiet Storm”.

    Overall P and Hav don’t stray too far from their distinctive formula. The hood drama meets gritty production on the album’s first single “Put Em In Their Place”. Sha Money XL cooks up blazing horns to match the group’s stern demeanor. On “Capital P, Capital H” they justify their unbecoming ways over a laid back distorted bass track laced with synth. On “Pearly Gates” the Mobb shows deeper range as they take an atheist view at life with a show stealing verse from 50 Cent. All three Queens natives converse skeptically over a playful soul sample driven track. Havoc’s bars ultimately put the writing on the wall: “I found myself asking God what the fuck is my purpose/You go to heaven, know I’m foul but put a good word in.”

    Sonically, the album keeps an overall dark overtone. On “Speakin So Freely” Havoc lays some eerie guitar strings over some soft drum kicks, setting a proper backdrop for the Mobb’s thinly veiled diss to some of their former homeys. H continues showcasing his production prowess when utilizing speedy high hats and kicks with an awkward noise about every two bars on the Lloyd Banks assisted “Stole Something”. The distorted bass heavy “Backstage Pass” is sure to get maximum love on the block as well.

    With what seems to be a necessarily evil amongst rappers, Mobb fall into the trap of forcing a radio friendly hit. “Hollywood” Hav and “V.I.” P try to recreate the magic of 50’s “Candy Shop” with “Give It To Me”; but fail to connect. Even a verse from Young Buck couldn’t save this joint.

    While this technically doesn’t feel like a true Mobb Deep effort (the G-Unit influence is obvious throughout the disc-where’s Noyd?), Blood Money still bangs. This album is sure to push Mobb Deep back to the forefront. Curtis

  35. Sour D. Says:

    i can’t wait to see what excuses they’ll have on monday. thats probably where luis and bugsy are, brainstorming on a way to flip this into what 50 wanted to happen.

  36. MaddenMaster Says:

    Not mad at all because they gone do at least 300k they first week…. the album is 2 good!!

  37. eskay Says:

    Madden, your last comment made no sense. What does what they ship have to do with it?

    What it boils down to is a month ago I said if they do under 300 their first week, they flopped, and that’s exactly what is about to happen.

    You mad?

  38. Sour D. Says:

    *wonders how much Martin A. Berrios gets paid by interscope*

  39. MaddenMaster Says:

    Update… the end of that review say “Curtis wins again”

  40. MaddenMaster Says:

    Esgay… hahahahah I’m far from mad!!!! The shit is a good album…. And everybody know that… EVERYBODY………. Its not about G-Unit its about Mobb Deep and Mobb Deep put out a fucking good album……. fuck what yall say but nI promise yall gone be crying next week…

  41. eskay Says:

    Lol @ this nigga postin reviews still trying to convince himself that the album is hot.

    Let it go doggie, it’s over and you, 50, Hav and Albert all lost.

    But fuck it though, you guys can just chalk it up as a learning experience. Maybe ya’ll can link up with Cease and put out a DVD or sumthin like: “How NOT to Crossover” or “How to Flop in 1 Week or Less”

  42. Sour D. Says:

    stop pickin on him es, they made 50 back the money he lent them for the porsche. so long as 50 is happy, so is madden. god i love it that the fun has already begun.

  43. MaddenMaster Says:

    HAHAHAHAHHA

    10 PEOPLE IN HERE DIDN’T BUY THE ALBUM AND ARE HATING AND NOW ITS GOING TO FLOP HA!!!

    AND OH ESGAY PLEASE EXPLAIN WHAT THE NUMBER OF ALBUMS SHIPPED HAVE TO DO WITH THE FIRST WEEK SALES TO YOUR CHILDREN!!!

  44. KingML Says:

    Madden, I make up my own opinions about albums, but that review you pasted ALMOST convinced me that the beat for “creep” was hot and that 50 really should have been on half the tracks on the album.

    And I think this is mobbs 3rd single for the album, outta control being the first, pearly gates being #2 and put em in they place being #3.

    Atleast thats the order I heard them on the radio.

    Albert and Havoc are gonna fit right in on g unit, by selling less than they thought they would. i call it the Tony Yayo vision “I am going to sell a million records” then you sell 100,000.

  45. Kornphlake Says:

    whats the last thing g unit did that didn’t flop?

  46. Kornphlake Says:

    mascarra?

  47. Kornphlake Says:

    Maybe Mobb Deep can get a book deal from fifty to help make up what they’re gonna owe him.

  48. Front Says:

    Moussaoui is not going to last long in prison unless he is in constant protective custody by straight cops only. Otherwise, both guards and prisoners are going to conspire to rape him and eventually kill him, make him suffer. Man, it is widely known they do this type of shit to serial killers and some of the worst of the worst, but this guy is in a class of his own. I guarntee you that the racist guards and the most gansta brothers are going to come to together to make the rest of his short life as horrible as possible. Fucking wanna-be Al-Q.

  49. MadeInMilwaukee Says:

    Does the album really suck? Im thinking bout copping it sometime this week. Holla at me people!!

  50. Sour D. Says:

    Kornphlake, mascarra was a flop. 50 said if i don’t sell as much as my first album, i failed. exact words. well he failed more than twice as bad as he thought.

  51. Front Says:

    Does Mobb Deep even have an audience anymore? The streets don’t care about them after Lil’ Ballerina P got Summer Jam’d by Jay-z and all his other unfavorable occurances. The mainstream doesn’t care since they don’t really have a radio hit. However many records they sell this week, consider that the number of hardcore 50 cent fans who still think he is the future of hip-hop.

  52. Sour D. Says:

    MadeInMilwaukee, if you wanna cop a hot mobb album, cop infamous. don’t support this garbage.

  53. eskay Says:

    Madden you can tell yourself whatever you want, but numbers don’t lie. just remember what I said, under 300k = flop. and if they sell less than Yayo did his first week, well then do I even have to explain how badly they lost?

  54. Front Says:

    I actually loved 50’s Massacre. It had some great, smooth songs from those Queens producers, most notably A Baltimore Love Thing (if a white guy wrote that on paper, it would be consider a modern poetry classic) and Ryder Music. Too bad there was way too much crap he tried to push onto the radio scene. I think 50 Cent and his G-Unit posse serve best as a testament to Dr. Dre skill at producer.

  55. eskay Says:

    >>A Baltimore Love Thing (if a white guy wrote that on paper, it would be consider a modern poetry classic)

    *blank stare*

  56. Bugsytheboss Says:

    This is Mobb Deeps big payday so if you a fan be happy they not broke starving for a real deal like other rappers and for that fake ass post ESGAY put up on the dailydouble(it wont open up esgay)you get worse and worse everyday with your hoax news clips and tainted comments.Get a Brain and stop being a yes man on this site agreeing with what the majority says everytime

  57. Sour D. Says:

    bugsy, did you read what i wrote before you shady moron. if they sell 100k their first week, they make 150k each which means they can pay back 50 for the porsches. thats first

    second,

    HOW FUCKING OLD ARE YOU?

    WHAT IS A BACKPACKER?

    HOW COME YOU DISSAPEAR WHEN ASKED THESE QUESTIONS YOU 15 YR OLD BITCH?

  58. Reachnyc.com Says:

    YO! 50 has been criticizing fat joe and d-bloc for their lackluster performance as far as sales…so how can mobb sell the same as fat joe and all of a sudden its cool…f—- that..im donating my mobb album to charity..maybe ill get a tax write off…but i use d4L’s album as my weed plate for my highest grade piff!

  59. Bugsytheboss Says:

    SOUR DOUGH taking up for his lover today. First of all im 23 yrs old as if it matter i could be 10yrs old and make better sense of my comments then you do. And as far as a backpack rapper you know Talib,Common,AZ are the type of guys i call backpackers but i make fun of Joe Buttons sometimes and call him one so what just get over it that Mobb Deep is back and G-UNIT is shitting on the game right now O.K.

  60. MadeInMilwaukee Says:

    @ Sour D

    Got that already. The single alright so I wanted to know was it worth buying. I try not to listen to albums before the release date.

  61. DBrown11 Says:

    AZ backpacker? Bugsy please explain

  62. Reachnyc.com Says:

    why all of yall gangster-bloggers get sensitive when some one questions your posts? i swear its like every poster swears that their view on hip-hop is right….make your own blog if thats the case…

    FYI…how does mobb deep go from Twisted …to Put em in they place?

    i seen prodigy in Sumner projects one day he was in a jeep, and as i rode by i scream “You Pussy!!”…me and my boys rode around the block and when we returned he was gone. (P.s. i dont blame him for leaving since he’s a well known face and he was by himself..i kinda give em props for being in brooklyn projects) (not too far from marcy)

    yo download border patrol @ http://www.reachnyc.com-HILARIOUS!

    EsGay…thats disrespectful….but hilarious…I figured it wasnt gonna be too long before some one threw a rock at the throne

  63. blackrob Says:

    damn bugsy, that link works you fool, it just doesnt bring you directly to the article. and they say this is the electronic age…you figure a teenager would’ve caught onto how the internet works by now

    ballerina and hav are doin a show in my neck of the woods on the 9th
    hmm….based on their sales maybe i’ll hit it up. You think i can get a tax deduction for a charitable contribution?

  64. Bugsytheboss Says:

    Madeinmilwaukee i suggest you go get the BLOODMONEY album if you want the hottest shit on the street right now.they have mabe 3-4 radio cutz then the rest is straight street jams. And sorry D.Brown but AZ just dont make the cut. He dont rap hard so its not gangsta rap and he can’t do mainstream so he falls in catogory as a backpacker nevermind the fact he trying to sound like Nas with that kicking knowledge shit

  65. eskay Says:

    yo Reach, what you talking about little homey, I haven’t said a word to you and now I’m Esgay? explain yourself.

  66. blackrob Says:

    Reachnyc.com Says:
    May 3rd, 2006 at 7:44 pm

    im donating my mobb album to charity..maybe ill get a tax write off
    ————————————-
    Damn son, you read my mind

  67. eskay Says:

    oh ok, I misunderstood your comment, you were speaking on Bugsy’s bitch ass. my fault.

  68. DBrown11 Says:

    Would anyone else besides Bugsy put AZ in the “backpacker” category?

  69. Reachnyc.com Says:

    Yo Es i was quoting the disrespectful dude that said it..im on some Heavy D shit….i got nutin but luv for ya baby! whats up with everyone being disrespectful today ?

    First Cease gets laced up….and then T.I. gets blazed up….now everybody got sumtin 2 say….

    Yo EsKAY..sup wit ya MySpace…that shit is R.I.P…???

  70. Sour D. Says:

    bugsy, the reason i ask your age is because i can’t believe a 23 yr old is such a die hard fan of gunit. figuring in your age, i would assume that you have a descent knowledge of hiphop but when did you start listening? better question, who outside of gunit do you like?

  71. eskay Says:

    what Myspace are you talking about?

  72. Demiks Says:

    >> they get to keep the cars or what?

    They’re non-recoupabe. So even if they flop and get kicked out of G-Unit, the Lambo’s are theirs. Whats 400k to 50? His second hand garbage he passes as music went diamond. His (no style) generic looking G-Unit clothing sells like crazy, he makes royalties off of Game, Buck, Banks, and (I shouldn’t even mention this) Yayo, and grape flavored water.

  73. eskay Says:

    >>So even if they flop and get kicked out of G-Unit, the Lambo’s are theirs

    you mean Porsches

    sidenote: I’ve been looking for pics from the Mobb Deep instore all day cuz all I know is I was standing directly behind Hav and P when niggas took a bunch of them so I’m bound to come out in a few.

  74. Demiks Says:

    >> you mean Porsches

    Porches*

  75. eskay Says:

    No, not Porches, thats where 50 is gonna make them sleep after they flop, PORSCHES

  76. eskay Says:

    speaking of the in-store, here’s a review of it from the Voice complete with Nahright link

    http://www.villagevoice.com/blogs/statusainthood/archives/2006/05/the_carwreck_ap.php

    Sample:

    Mobb Deep just spent a week riding the subway around New York with some huge bodyguard as a publicity stunt. Bridget was out on her lunch break last Monday when she saw them guys walking down Fulton Street in downtown Brooklyn, trailed by a horde of kids and a gaggle of cameramen while an onlooker sneered something about “male groupies.” But not that many male groupies were willing to plonk down $10 plus tax on Blood Money so they’d get the wristband they’d need to see the Mobb Deep in-store appearance at the midtown FYE yesterday afternoon. The line outside FYE looked pretty huge, half a block of dudes behind a metal barricade, but the store had plenty of room left once the couple hundred faithful crammed in at 6 p.m. yesterday. Blood Money leaked last week, and general consensus is that it’s terrible, that Prodigy and Havoc sound totally lost and useless on big glossy club-targeted G-Unit tracks.

  77. Dumb Nigga aka Milk Money Says:

    *walks in the room*

    *takes a sip of haterrade*

    AWWW REFRESHING!! 30% more hate!

    Only 110k???

  78. Dumb Nigga aka Milk Money Says:

    Oh and wait a minute, i saw Bugsy’s gay ass call AZ a backpacker?? It’s official that dude is the biggest idiot of all time.

  79. Reachnyc.com Says:

    http://www.myspace.com/nahright

    yo its bout time we exchange links Es wats good

  80. Demiks Says:

    No, not Porches, thats where 50 is gonna make them sleep after they flop, PORSCHES

    LOL!

  81. Front Says:

    Mobb Deep will be struggling to come in the top 5 on the billboard if they sell only 110k. With both Pearl Jam and Tool releasing in the same week will guarantee them a third place at best.

  82. MaddenMaster Says:

    Sounds about right!! but 110 that shit don’t sound right at all………

  83. Blood Hound aka Slum Lord Says:

    I’m starting to think Bush has a hit out on rappers

  84. Darth Cipher Says:

    they only did 110k… yo check my records the most i gave them was 175k if i remember correctly, and im thinking my estimate is going to be correct

  85. Lili Says:

    KingML: i call it the Tony Yayo vision “I am going to sell a million records” then you sell 100,000.

    ^^lmao
    _____________________________________
    # Front Says:
    May 3rd, 2006 at 9:09 pm

    Mobb Deep will be struggling to come in the top 5 on the billboard if they sell only 110k. With both Pearl Jam and Tool releasing in the same week will guarantee them a third place at best.
    ______________________________________
    AZ= backpack rapper to a pseudo hip-hop head
    ^^Totally forgot about Pearl Jam……didn’t realize Tool was back. They got some hot shit but dammit if they didn’t have the oddest videos.
    ______________________________________
    # Blood Hound aka Slum Lord Says:
    May 3rd, 2006 at 9:31 pm

    I’m starting to think Bush has a hit out on rappers

    ^^Dude, he has a hit out on everyone. lol There are so many outlandish conspiracy theories that can be true w/this damn administration……….

  86. Kornphlake Says:

    what is this myspace shit? Is this yours Es? Or is this the work of a stan?

  87. eskay Says:

    yeah I was fucking around one day and made it. I been meaning to start using it, but I’m lazy and having a Myspace page is kinda gay. (Even though I have another one in my real name. no homo)

  88. MaddenMaster Says:

    I CAN’T WAIT UNTIL NEXT MONDAY….

  89. eskay Says:

    ^you? man listen.

  90. 212 Says:

    I watched them on BET and Im just not feeling them..
    havent in a long time…Hollywood Hav? WYF!?! NEVER thought
    back in the day he would be calling himself that one day…
    They were talking about the book, autobiography, there doing LMAO
    Who the fuk is gonna read that shit? and then hinted to it will probally
    be made into a movie too..c’mon now..they really think they something their
    not…But if they did blow up n go plat..no surprise..sales mean nothing
    in hip hop..we all know who buys tha shit..

  91. RC Says:

    Esk, how did you miss this one (I don’t really think you actually missed it, but Mobb Deep’s meteoric rise up the Nillboard charts probably pushed this one off the frontlines)?
    Brooklyn firefighter gets light slap for KKK prank:
    http://www.nydailynews.com/front/story/414405p-350204c.html

    He would’ve caught a “light slap”, alright.

  92. Plug industries AKA the Regulator Says:

    They might as well have gave Moussaoui the chair, they will kill him in about a week of him getting to prison…. come to think of it thats worse than the chair, he’ll get satomized, beat up and tortured by inmates. thats worse than the chair.

  93. Ru Says:

    hey eskay:
    let me design your myspace page..please??

  94. Stephen C. Says:

    Nahright Readers,

    [Taken from the posted Mousssaoui Article]

    Moussaoui shows no remorse
    ————————————-

    On the witness stand, Moussaoui displayed a complete lack of remorse for the 9/11 deaths, saying he was sorry only that the attacks weren’t more lethal.

    “I just wish it could have gone on the 12th, the 13th, the 14th, the 15th, the 16th, the 17th. We can go on and on,” Moussaoui said. “Like they say, no pain, no gain.”

    His attorneys asked the jury not to give him the death penalty and make him an al Qaeda martyr.

    —————————————-
    but they killed Stanely “Tookie” Williams…get the fuck outta here. This guy was directly/indirectly responsible for killing american citizens through acts of terrorism and he gets life!?!

    Then he goes on record to make the above harsh remarks. This can’t be real.

  95. eskay Says:

    >>They might as well have gave Moussaoui the chair, they will kill him in about a week of him getting to prison…

    ^ I doubt it he’s going to a Supermax prison where he’ll sit in a cell 23 hours a day and have hardly any contact with guards or other inmates

    >>hey eskay:
    let me design your myspace page..please??

    ^let me see your resume

    >>This guy was directly/indirectly responsible for killing american citizens through acts of terrorism and he gets life!?!

    ^ I disagree. I think life is appropriate. for one I don’t approve of the death penalty because it makes absolutely no sense.

    also how the fuck can you sentence somebody to death for not warning authorities that something was gonna go down? what did they expect him to do call the FBI and tip them off, i mean let’s be real here. plus this guy isn’t even the real “20th highjacker” as th media would like us to believe. he’s a scapegoat plain and simple.

    don’t get me wrong, I was in Manhattan on 9/11 so I know all about it, but this trial was nothing more than symbolic show of power. the government should have put this much energy into prosecuting these idiots before the fact not after it.

  96. Sour D. Says:

    ^agreed. i don’t think he should’ve gotten the death penalty cause this is worse in his case. and i know he was a pee-on as far as being a terrorist is concerned but he should suffer for playing a small part of it. like i said earlier, even if he just went to home depot to get the box cutters for the hi-jackers, he should get the book thrown at him. as far as the death penalty, my personal belief is that the family of the victim should decide whether or not a person gets the death penalty. having someone pass judgement who is not relevant to a situation makes no sense to me.

  97. eskay Says:

    yeah the death penalty is a tough one. I’m morally against it, but you best believe if anybody harmed anybody I love I’d want that motherfucker dead to.

  98. MadeInMilwaukee Says:

    If you give him the chair he becomes a martyr. That would do more harm then help.

  99. Stephen C. Says:

    I agree, but my point was this, as much disdain as the government has for Terrorisst, especially those who show no remorse for thier actions…u think they would have thrown the book at this guy and gave him the chair. This guy was proud of the outcome of 9/11…then you have Stanley Williams on the other hand, who was considered by most who came in contact with him, a shinning example reformation…and though we may never know, he could have been innocent…but he gets the death penalty…btw, I too am 100% against the death penalty

  100. eskay Says:

    ^ I hear you

  101. thekid10705 Says:

    Mr . Mayor…” From Coney Island to Pelham Bay , Grafitti Art is here to stay”….2006….YEE HA …

    FUCK MOBB DEEP…THEY SUCK….

  102. tblanx Says:

    Be on the look out for comments in Cincinnati Enquirer (cincinnati.com) about the TI shooting tomorrow from a few people from the center I’m a part of… for those that missed details here’s the link..

    http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060504/NEWS01/605040355/1056/all

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