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Video: How To Make It In America (ep. 6)

This aired earlier tonight.

Props to Yardie for always coming through with these.

Previously: Episode 5


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101 Responses to “Video: How To Make It In America (ep. 6)”

  1. Samir Says:

    Aloe Blacc – I Need a Dollar >>>

  2. Van Sertima Says:

    $940 Billion Dollars for Health Care.

    Smfh, shit’s disgusting. . .gluttonous.

  3. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Pimp C = Top 5 rap producers of All-Time

  4. 40 Inc Says:

    LA Reid keeps fuckin up first shyne then jenny lopez now Big Boi??? ehhhhh remind me to get an intership at interscope

  5. verses Says:

    horsechoker Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 12:26 am

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    SMh at that name. I quit.

    1 ya selfs.

  6. Bricktop Says:

    OnlyNJzFinest
    1 hr, 16 mins ago
    Fuck that healthcare bill we real niggas workin our ass off especially in the healthcare field goin lose out on mad money yo cuz this depreciates the value of our work and for what so some fuckin bums can get treated and prescribed what made them bums in tha first place smh I love Obama thats tha dude for his help with tha unemployment rate but this bullshit bill is just gonna push us back into debt then move forward wit and if yall niggas dont agree you will in 2030 when our economy and our gov’t money’s will literally become prolly half of what its worth today…
    ^
    as a nation we pay a shitload more for healthcare than anyone else in the universe, yet we’re ranked something like 37th by the world health organization in the care that we’re able to provide. To put it another way, would you pay $100,000 for a Ford Escort? Stfu and stop being greedy! Or step up your health providing game. The people just want what the fuck they’re paying for! But you can’t see that from your side cause you’re a greedy capitalist swine.

  7. Lelan Says:

    Diggy got signed…..

    WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

  8. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    P R O O F !

  9. PW Says:

    Diggy got signed…..

    WTFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF
    ^

    To who?

    That’s a good move…he’s about to be the black Justin Beiber….of hip hop.

    Money must be made.

  10. HHRAPINFO Says:

    Thanks so much!

  11. William M. Holla Says:

    Just cuz Cudi is in it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the integrity of this website. Stop posting links… no one hating here. Just my opinion. This show sucks… sorry.

  12. Sammy Spiffy Says:

    This show is getting better. Cudi’s acting is looking more natural.

  13. Frank Says:

    Show’s dope man, nothing do with Cudi although that’s probably the reason Nate keeps posting it.

  14. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    # Frank Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 3:27 am

    Show’s dope man, nothing do with Cudi although that’s probably the reason Nate keeps posting it.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    THIS!

  15. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    Jewy is the new term for 2010…seen it on blogs now cable mini series

  16. pacifics Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    March 21st, 2010 at 7:04 pm

    But I never let my guard down around men who wear fedoras.

    ^
    This.

  17. Jsizzlack Says:

    IF you guys have the time, you guys need to watch this Movie/doc called “THE OBAMA DECEPTION” on youtube.. type it up, it has over 5 million views. It is trippy to say the least. If you guys don’t believe that NWO theory.. well watch this for yourself.

  18. 45% Says:

    First&second season of enotourage feel hipster elements – ari gold = this show

  19. 45% Says:

    First&second season of enotourage feel * hipster elements – ari gold = this show

  20. London Bloke Says:

    Shout out to sleep for hating on Obama yday, claiming he wont pass the bill and is a failure

    #FAIL

  21. Tong Po Flo Says:

    $940 Billion Dollars for Health Care.

    Smfh, shit’s disgusting. . .gluttonous.

    ^ *smiles knowing that new bill won’t effect me*

    *Daps early bird nahggas*

  22. Beezy Says:

    Nut-nut-nut-nuttin’ on you baby

  23. Tong Po Flo Says:

    My comment lines are like landmines/
    One step ka-boom fat eskay fills the room/

    …sorry I was bumpin that Total Cant you See remix this morning

  24. Sleep AKA YOUR MANS NOT ME IM ON A HORSE Says:

    *applaud la reid*

    He knows he bout the get fired so he just giving away def jam money. Chingy u better get la on the phone.

    *applaud republican*

    Last thing I need is to have my tax $ paying for some hoodrat to have an 2 abortions a year.

    *applaud obama for getting this healthcare thing to senate*

    But u know them cracker aint passing that shit.

    Smh @ niggas caring about america deficit now that a black man is spending the money. Where was all this shit when bush had us funding 2 wars.

  25. Tong Po Flo Says:

    If you can’t understand J. Cole’s metaphors, you really need to listen a bit more closely (or give up on writing about rap). None of his metaphors are “ungainly and nebulous” as you describe, most of them are straightforward. His song “Lights Please” is as well written as anything in Freddie Gibbs’ catalog, who you unrelentingly champion. Judging by your lukewarm superlative-free description of the music of J. Cole and Fashawn (who write about everyday experiences that can apply to people worldwide) and your longtime enthusiastic championing of Freddie Gibbs (whose criminal tales represent an aberration in the black experience, signifying for the tiny minority of violent criminals in a handful of American urban centers), I wonder what your idea of the reality of black life could be in order to describe the aberration (Gibbs) as “reality rap” and the description of ordinary black life (Cole) as being composed of “nebulous” metaphors. Patently ridiculous and subtly insidious. Using a sports metaphor to describe Gibbs’ ability as an emcee doesn’t help you navigate the racial minefield you unwittingly walked in, either.

    Posted by: spirit equality | March 21, 2010 at 07:37 AM

    ^ roffle!

    Smh @ niggas caring about america deficit now that a black man is spending the money. Where was all this shit when bush had us funding 2 wars.

    ^ this

  26. Sleep AKA YOUR MANS NOT ME IM ON A HORSE Says:

    London Bloke Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 7:29 am

    Shout out to sleep for hating on Obama yday, claiming he wont pass the bill and is a failure

    #FAIL

    ^^^^
    Why is your national anthem still “hail to the queen”

    The vote yesterday was just to get it to the senate. this vote was by congress. Now the senate gotta vote and that shit won’t pass. I can’t be mad at you for not knowing our government.

  27. Sleep AKA YOUR MANS NOT ME IM ON A HORSE Says:

    The only thing I don’t like bout this bill is the people could stay on their parents plan until 26. This is bullshit, niggas over 21 need to fend for themselves.

  28. U92 Says:

    So wait, 20 is not the new 30?

  29. Harlem World Says:

    *applaud LA Reid*
    ^^

    La Reid starts LaFace with Babyface. Babyface was the brains behind that operation.

    But it becomes apparent that LA is just using Babyface to start his own career. LA is just a drummer.

    LA rips Babyface off by millions of dollars. So Babyface goes solo instead.

    Uses his wife Pebbles to take the blame for ripping off artists such as TLC.

    Reid takes over from Davis because BMG has a specific age you must retire at.He promptly gets Arista $120 million in the red.

    He’s told to leave. He then joins Island/Def Jam and plunges them into more debt with Jay-Z.

    And this the guy you chose to run your company? *BLANK STARE*

    LA Reid is the most over hyped exec in the business. Truth is he hasnt made any moves since Babyface.

  30. Shooter Says:

    wearenotlosers.com
    ^^

    lupes cool and all, but this is incredibly corny and lame

  31. Tong Po Flo Says:

    The only thing I don’t like bout this bill is the people could stay on their parents plan until 26. This is bullshit, niggas over 21 need to fend for themselves.

    ^ I see what they are trying to do tho, most cats around that age should be in college and starting out in the work field and it’s a struggle at the beginnning and having to pay for heathcare would just add on to the struggle. Bout time they are 26 they should have there ish together to pay for healthcare themselves

  32. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    ^ I see what they are trying to do tho, most cats around that age should be in college and starting out in the work field and it’s a struggle at the beginnning and having to pay for heathcare would just add on to the struggle. Bout time they are 26 they should have there ish together to pay for healthcare themselves
    ^
    exactly. *daps Tong Po*

    mugs are getting educated, maybe even a masters, and ultimately educated people will (on average) be more productive and pay more taxes (because they’ll have higher incomes). Making it easier for these people to make the transition to being high performers pays off in the long term.

  33. Van Sertima Says:

    over 21 need to fend for themselves.
    ^^^^
    I disagree, this would help college students who graduate at 22 -23 and graduate students. Combine that with the Pell grant increases, tax credit, and student loan restructuring in general. No one in America should be losing.

  34. Jersey*made*me Says:

    ^ I see what they are trying to do tho, most cats around that age should be in college and starting out in the work field and it’s a struggle at the beginnning and having to pay for heathcare would just add on to the struggle. Bout time they are 26 they should have there ish together to pay for healthcare themselves

    ^^

    THIS,but *dead*@ the parents that’s gone kick they grown rusty ass kids off the plan and out the house waaaaay before 26.

  35. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Getting VD treatment on your parents health care at 26>>>>>>>>>>>

  36. onemoodydude Says:

    This show is growing on me.(neva been gay) Cam’s cousin Renee’ is proly the most interesting character on the show.

  37. Tong Po Flo Says:

    THIS,but *dead*@ the parents that’s gone kick they grown rusty ass kids off the plan and out the house waaaaay before 26.

    ^ Lol word to my moms, she kicked her asses out the crib like clockwork

    *Momma Tong Po voice*

    Oh you 21? …get the fuuuuck out

  38. Sleep AKA YOUR MANS NOT ME IM ON A HORSE Says:

    So why not put something into the plan saying that the kid must shove he’s in college at 26. Last thing I need is my $ paying for some old Non ambitious nigga health. But for the most part I like the bill.

  39. Tong Po Flo Says:

    So why not put something into the plan saying that the kid must shove he’s in college at 26. Last thing I need is my $ paying for some old Non ambitious nigga health. But for the most part I like the bill.

    ^ That wouldn’t be a bad idea

    Getting VD treatment on your parents health care at 26>>>>>>>>>>>

    ^ roffle and ewwww

  40. blahk duppy Says:

    lol niggas got opinions about a bill they never even read.

  41. London Bloke Says:

    NHS > USA

    Shit, no free healthcare country

  42. The Killer Says:

    K’Naan swallowed wale on that um ricka joint. Wale needs to drop a quality mixtape soon or its curtains.

  43. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Sleep AKA YOUR MANS NOT ME IM ON A HORSE
    2 mins ago
    So why not put something into the plan saying that the kid must shove he’s in college at 26. Last thing I need is my $ paying for some old Non ambitious nigga health. But for the most part I like the bill.

    ^
    remember, nobody’s saying your kid has to stay on til 26, they’re saying you can keep him on if you want to. Plus, if you’re staying on your parents insurance, then it’s probably that good insurance to begin with, which means the parents are paying for it, not the government.

    If it’s basic government mandated or provided insurance for the poor and indigent, there’s no motivation to stay on your parents insurance because you can get the same thing on your own.

    Nobody should go bankrupt or homeless because of a heart transplant.

  44. London Bloke Says:

    The Killer Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 8:48 am
    K’Naan swallowed wale

    ^

    Flagrancy

  45. Van Sertima Says:

    House Democrats have posted the bill online.

    docs.house.gov/rules/health/111_ahcaa.pdf

    1,990 pages.

  46. Tweezy Says:

    LB how the hell did u manage to hustle a mortage??

  47. Tong Po Flo Says:

    K’Naan swallowed wale on that um ricka joint.

    ^ You seriously gotta stop using the word swallowed lmao!!!

  48. London Bloke Says:

    LB how the hell did u manage to hustle a mortage??

    ^

    first, how the hell do you know this??

    Dat’ch Uncle Leroy [n]?

  49. Tong Po Flo Says:

    House Democrats have posted the bill online.

    docs.house.gov/rules/health/111_ahcaa.pdf

    1,990 pages.

    ^ do not want

  50. KzA Says:

    Id kill to be on my fathers insurance again. NJEA has good ass insurance.. you never really have to pay for anything. My gov insurance aint so bad tho

  51. Tweezy Says:

    u mentioned it once, i believe….suthin about stuntin on a bank teller..

  52. KzA Says:

    I drove around a few local neighborhoods lookin for houses the other day using my buddies iPhone and Zillow app. That shit has me motivated as all hell to keep stacking up for this down payment. Im gonna be able to get something pretty nice for myself. I even upped the biweekly savings to 1250.

    and now… to find another job.

  53. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Yeah, the thing that pushed it over the top was that Obama signed an order that makes it so no federal money is spent on “elective abortions.” So whoever was concerned about “paying for hood rats’ abortions”, you can breathe easy. Once that provison was made, a few holdout Dems put their vote behind the bill.

  54. Tong Po Flo Says:

    and now… to find another job.

    ^ Mickey D’s?

  55. Harlem World Says:

    Wale needs to drop a quality mixtape soon or its curtains.

    ^^
    Nobody is tryna hear Wale.

  56. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    *daps KzA*
    *respects grind*

    My wife and I just retired a debt this weekend. Making financial progress the right way is always nice.

  57. London Bloke Says:

    oh shit nahgers be actually paying attention lol

    Nah I ain’t on some spoilt KzA saving $1500 a month for a 3bedroom luxury

    I just got a mortgage on a 3bed house that I converted into 3 tenants…got the money from “business” *cough* *cough* and went in with a friend [n]

    Brings in a steady trickle and has my credit rating sky high

  58. Troyvul Says:

    The Killer Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 8:48 am
    K’Naan swallowed wale

    ^

    Flagrancy
    ^
    Beyond Flagrant

  59. Tweezy Says:

    are you goin thru an agent to manage the property or are you doing it all yourself? I’m thinkin of goin with an agent when i sperlunk coz I dunno if i’ll have time to be personally dealing with the tenants and whatnot

  60. KzA Says:

    Fresh Huxtable Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:01 am
    *daps KzA*
    *respects grind*

    My wife and I just retired a debt this weekend. Making financial progress the right way is always nice.

    ^

    *daps*

    Im tryin to get on my grown man shit. Slowly but surely

  61. London Bloke Says:

    Nah thats mainly why i did it with a friend

    I put in a slightly larger share of money but he deals with all that tenents and crap and we split the outgoings equally

    aint really got time to deal with all that rubbish myself

  62. London Bloke Says:

    Im tryin to get on my grown man

    ^

    questionable

  63. KzA Says:

    Tweezy Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:11 am
    are you goin thru an agent to manage the property or are you doing it all yourself? I’m thinkin of goin with an agent when i sperlunk coz I dunno if i’ll have time to be personally dealing with the tenants and whatnot

    ^

    I always wondered how this works… If you have space in your profit margin to allow an agent to do the work.. wow that would be an ill setup. Do nothing but watch the money come in.. Watch renters buy you a piece of property month after month.

  64. KzA Says:

    London Bloke Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:14 am
    Nah thats mainly why i did it with a friend

    ^
    Real questionable.

  65. London Bloke Says:

    Nah thats mainly why i did it with a friend

    ^
    pause that tho

  66. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    Somebody needs to make a rap album about ways that people listening to it can *actually* make money. Like getting a job, putting money in savings, investing, upping the credit score, living within your means, spending discipline, mutual funds, CDs, and other basic investment instruments, the amount more money you’ll make as a college grad, or even how a HS
    grad makes $1.2M more over his life than a HS
    dropout (except Nas). But that won’t happen, mostly because it’s more interesting to hear Ross or Jeezy talk about making money illegally and spending it conspicuously. Let a dude rap about a 401k, and he’ll actually be one of the realest to ever spit, lol.

  67. KzA Says:

    I saw my ex at the bar on Saturday during the St Pattys festivities and no I did not cry.

  68. London Bloke Says:

    50 Cent concert review

    2 stars/5

    The blocks of empty seats at the back of the arena were a sign. So, too, the number of parents who had come with their young kids — little boys in backwards baseball caps can be cute, but not cool. Throw in that teenagers were vastly outnumbered by women in their thirties who shrieked at every glimpse of 50 Cent’s enviably toned torso, and it was clear that gangsta rap can no longer call itself hip.

    Of course, record sales have reflected the genre’s decline for a few years. Just half a decade ago 50 Cent was hip hop’s best-selling star, thanks as much to a bad-boy image plundered from his past as expletive-strewn songs that lacked the finesse of his mentor Eminem. Today, 50 — or Fiddy, or Curtis James Jackson III — still makes millions, but from flogging branded products (his most lucrative line is a vitamin drink) rather than selling songs.

    Still, he seemed delighted to be back on stage, supposedly to promote the current album Before I Self-Destruct, really to big up his brand. A giant backdrop of the album’s cover art showing half of his handsome face burning from the inside couldn’t have been more at odds with the mile-wide smile he sported all evening or the sweetness with which he thanked the crowd for coming.

    Musically the gig was hit-and-miss, though for factors other than the songs. The sound, particularly at the start, was woeful — the bass was barely audible, the beats so distorted that they could have been coming from a passing car with its windows up. Too often 50 Cent’s own, surprisingly seductive, R&B-tinged vocals were entirely drowned out by two below-par backing rappers from his G-Unit squad. That he had brought along a four-piece band as well as a DJ was admirable, though he made sparse use of them. All the show’s finest moments featured the band, notably when they were let loose on melodic, mid-tempo tracks such as P.I.M.P. and Do You Think About Me.

    The performance was predictable and at times enchanting. Predictable because at least of half of it comprised 50 Cent waving both arms up and down as though leading an aerobics class for the elderly; enchanting because, for all his ludicrous posturing, 50 Cent has charisma in spades. He stripped off more often than the Pussycat Dolls, changing outfits every few songs just so that he could throw more clothes into the crowd — one leather jacket lasted less than 30 seconds on his back before being flung into the arms of a fan.

    Yet around every corner was another cheesy cliché. After an energetic medley of Magic, Candy Shop and Beamer, Benz or Bentley that had the crowd screaming his name, 50 Cent dedicated the classic 21 Questions to “my lay-deez” by holding his mike at his crotch and stroking it. Oh dear.

  69. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    KzA Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 8:54 am

    Id kill to be on my fathers insurance again.

    ^I’ll bet money your still on his auto policy

  70. London Bloke Says:

    KzA Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:17 am
    I saw my ex at the bar on Saturday during the St Pattys festivities and no I did not cry.

    ^

    yo speak on this…did you beg for her return, offering her anything including your pride and manhood?

  71. KzA Says:

    Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:18 am
    KzA Says:
    March 22nd, 2010 at 8:54 am

    Id kill to be on my fathers insurance again.

    ^I’ll bet money your still on his auto policy
    ^

    yea I told you I was.. I wont switch until I buy a new car.. I personally dont really see any reason to get off that policy, besides its my only real financial tie to my parents left

  72. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    I always wondered how this works… If you have space in your profit margin to allow an agent to do the work.. wow that would be an ill setup. Do nothing but watch the money come in.. Watch renters buy you a piece of property month after month.
    ^
    the home we live in now, we bought with plans to turn it into a quality rental property. The thing is, we bought it during the downturn, and paid like $100k less than some of our neighbors. So when it’s time to rent it out, we’ll already have a price advantage, nahmean?

    But the key with rental properties is to make sure you have enough cheese to pay your mortgage plus the rental property mortgage for any time period when you don’t have a renter. I’ve seen it backfire on people. That’s why I’m on a mission to just pay my mortgage totally off, so that whether or not someone is in there, I’m good. Plus, when they write that rent check, all of it goes to our pocket if the mortgage is retired.

  73. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    *goes to work in clothes washed by mommy*

    *drives to work in car and insurance paid for by daddy*

    *chats with ex on iPhone paid for by mommy and daddy*

    *cries*

    *is KzA*

  74. KzA Says:

    London Bloke Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:22 am
    KzA Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:17 am
    I saw my ex at the bar on Saturday during the St Pattys festivities and no I did not cry.

    ^

    yo speak on this…did you beg for her return, offering her anything including your pride and manhood?
    ^

    lolol nah.. I said whatup and K.I.M.. she was with her bf and some friends so I wasnt tryin to get into all that.. She hit me up yesterday via text sayin shit about how I ignored her SMH

    Whats with cowards hiding behind text? If u want to talk to me, walk up to me when you see me

  75. KzA Says:

    That’s why I’m on a mission to just pay my mortgage totally off, so that whether or not someone is in there, I’m good. Plus, when they write that rent check, all of it goes to our pocket if the mortgage is retired.

    ^

    and this is how the rich get richer. Damn that would be one hell of a cash stream

  76. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    That’s why I’m on a mission to just pay my mortgage totally off, so that whether or not someone is in there, I’m good. Plus, when they write that rent check, all of it goes to our pocket if the mortgage is retired.

    ^

    and this is how the rich get richer. Damn that would be one hell of a cash stream
    ^
    exactly. Just imagine having 3-5 properties paid off and rented out. Depending on where you live, four properties gets you revenue of four to eight thousand a month. My friend has eleven, but they’re not all paid off. But even having one paid off property at $1200 a month is nearly an extra $15,000 a year as side money. Get three, and it’s $43,200 ON THE SIDE. You’ll have taxes and maintenance, but still. If they’re paid off, your renters can be financing your kids education or your personal home, easily

  77. London Bloke Says:

    Lol @ Beezy

    —-

    She hit me up yesterday via text

    ^

    her new bf lost

    You could smash

  78. landlord Says:

    blahk duppy Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 8:47 am
    lol niggas got opinions about a bill they never even read.

    ———–

    LMAO

    and that sums up the sheep mentality…

    gotta love ’em

    and cosign… LAReid been a career fuck up… he fucked up BabyFace, Pebbles, Toni Braxton and TLCs careers and money… but this fruitcake keep getting Exec gigs… he must have his rich jews and mafia sponsors and distributors homosexually turnt out … what a bunch of weirdos …

  79. Shooter Says:

    50 Cent concert review
    ^^

    im hoping that shit was written by a female

  80. blahk duppy Says:

    exactly. Just imagine having 3-5 properties paid off and rented out. Depending on where you live, four properties gets you revenue of four to eight thousand a month. My friend has eleven, but they’re not all paid off. But even having one paid off property at $1200 a month is nearly an extra $15,000 a year as side money. Get three, and it’s $43,200 ON THE SIDE. You’ll have taxes and maintenance, but still. If they’re paid off, your renters can be financing your kids education or your personal home, easily

    ^ this is all well and good, but finding good tenants is a task in and of itself… you may go months with out income, landlord tenant court, liabilities… The way to win at this game is to create your own management co, and familiarize yourself with repair and renovation work…

  81. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    passive income FTW

  82. landlord Says:

    *wakes up*

    *sees that his sheets and pajamas are not soaked with urine*

    *is happy he wont get a whoopin*

    *is KzA*

  83. blahk duppy Says:

    opm ftw.

  84. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    The way to win at this game is to create your own management co, and familiarize yourself with repair and renovation work… hire a Mexican

    *fixed*

  85. Van Sertima Says:

    Just imagine having 3-5 properties paid off and rented out. Depending on where you live, four properties gets you revenue of four to eight thousand a month. My friend has eleven, but they’re not all paid off. But even having one paid off property at $1200 a month is nearly an extra $15,000 a year as side money. Get three, and it’s $43,200 ON THE SIDE. You’ll have taxes and maintenance, but still. If they’re paid off, your renters can be financing your kids education or your personal home, easily.

    ^^^^
    Fact.

  86. blahk duppy Says:

    *wakes up has oatmeal cereal and orange juice at my behest*

    *has socks and underwear neatly organized waiting for me*

    *Is Kza*

  87. blahk duppy Says:

    The way to win at this game is to create your own management co, and familiarize yourself with repair and renovation work… hire a Mexican

    *fixed*

    ^ lol, 80 bucks a day for day laborers is the going rate, it can get kinda expensive.

    203 k loans ftw tho.

  88. landlord Says:

    *takes bath with bubbles and floating leggo pieces*

    *is KzA*

  89. blahk duppy Says:

    *takes bath with bubbles and floating leggo pieces*

    ^ *flatline*

  90. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    *doesn’t eat vegetables*

    *throws tantrum*

    *still gets dessert*

    *is KzA*

  91. blahk duppy Says:

    *sets DVR for Dora the Explorer and yo gabba gabba*

    *is Kza*

  92. KzA Says:

    landlord Says:

    March 22nd, 2010 at 9:44 am
    *takes bath with bubbles and floating leggo pieces*

    *is KzA*

    ^^

    lololololol

  93. blahk duppy Says:

    *is mad jubilant*

  94. Fresh Huxtable Says:

    ^ this is all well and good, but finding good tenants is a task in and of itself… you may go months with out income, landlord tenant court, liabilities… The way to win at this game is to create your own management co, and familiarize yourself with repair and renovation work…
    ^
    true, but having a paid off mortgage mitigates the vacancy risk. Second, it’s on you to find a desireable area to purchase your property in. I’m within a half mile of the best schools in the state, and surrounded by hospitals, a medical center, corporate headquarters, a series of
    shops, a planned technology park, a satellite location of a college campus, and I’m almost on water. And I’m talking less than five minutes from the crib to any of that. There’s a difference
    between being a landlord (no HOF Nah commenter) and a slumlord. So pick a good location, at the right price, and get it paid off.

  95. Max Beezy aka Beezavelli Says:

    *refuses to sleep*

    *goes on car ride with mother*

    *passes out first time around the block*

    *is KzA*

  96. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    I’m about to scrape a 45 year old MILF.

    Sometimes I look at myself in the mirror & SMFH

  97. landlord Says:

    *has trust funds & maturing bonds set up in his name, so he can blow the future money on cocaine, sushi and black strippers and hookers*

    *waits*

    *is KzA*

  98. blahk duppy Says:

    *waddles over to breakfast bar*

    *climbs on stool*

    *slams palms on table*

    * cries for waffles*

  99. blahk duppy Says:

    So pick a good location, at the right price, and get it paid off.

    ^easier said than done, but sizzle.

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