>>Like who says “oh shit Nahright post that new Grafh, lemme click on the play, then Hulkshare, download that and burn it to CD cause I need that shit”
niggas fail to understand that for every rapper on the internet somebody out there likes them.niggas stay thinking cuz they don’t like somebody, nobody does. this is not a complicated concept, yet niggas still don’t grasp it.
Grafh is living proof of the reality of rap not having a organised retirement scheme
Portfolio diversification niggas.
Grafh is trash but I don’t think son is stupid or dirt poor for that matter, I mean who really continues a rap career If no one is buying his music or paying him to perform
I don’t blame these wack niggas for continuing to rhyme, Niggas keep cutting them checks…why should they stop
enjoyed lunch on the rutgers college campus with wifey. It happens to be orientation day today.
campus was littered with fresh poon.
^^^^^i try to avoid this like jim jones posts. ESPECIALLY with my girl. it’s a shame when just looking isn’t enough. and they always want to run up and be friendly and talk to me about random shit. i really really really don’t need that kind of trouble right now…
all the grafh songs I post get multiple hundreds of downloads.
which admittedly isn’t much, but it’s something.
wtv, I know alot of people don’t fuck with Grafh. my main man stays telling me he’s garbage.
i don’t care though, I fucked with that one mixtape he had with Green Lantern back in the days hard, and I still respect his flow, so I’ll continue to post his shit and you niggas can continue to hate.
another thing you gotta understand is that I love posting shit i know you niggas hate. for one, ya’ll will shit on it, and thats usually funny even if i may not agree with it.
blogging is about more than just posting dope shit guys. if all i posted was shit i thought was undeniably dope, there’d be like 1 or 2 posts a day, if that.
A superbug strain of gonorrhea that’s resistant to all available antibiotics has been discovered in Japan, posing a potential threat to public health worldwide, infectious disease experts say.
An international team of researchers identified the highly drug-resistant strain of Neisseria gonorrhoeae — the bacterium that causes the sexually transmitted infection — through genetic analysis.
Dubbed H041, the strain has extreme resistance to all cephalosporin-class antibiotics, the last remaining drugs still effective in treating gonorrhea.
“This is both an alarming and a predictable discovery,” researcher Dr. Magnus Unemo of the Swedish Reference Laboratory for Pathogenic Neisseria, said in a statement. “Since antibiotics became the standard treatment for gonorrhea in the 1940s, this bacterium has shown a remarkable capacity to develop resistance mechanisms to all drugs introduced to control it.
“While it is still too early to assess if this new strain has become widespread, the history of newly emergent resistance in the bacterium suggests that it may spread rapidly unless new drugs and effective treatment programs are developed,” said Unemo, who presented the team’s findings Monday at the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research meeting in Quebec City.
A spokesman for the Public Health Agency of Canada said the federal agency is not aware of any cases of H041 strain in this country.
Gonorrhea is one of the most common STIs in the world and can cause infertility, increase HIV transmission, and have profound effects on infants born to infected mothers, including blindness. Left untreated, the disease can be fatal.
Dr. Vanessa Allen, a medical microbiologist at the Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion, said she’s not surprised by the emergence of a superbug gonorrhea strain because the infectious agent is known to exchange genetic material with other organisms in the genital tract, which helps confer resistance.
There’s been a long history of Neisseria gonorrhoeae losing its susceptibility to drugs used to treat it, including the penicillin class of antibiotics first introduced about 70 years ago.
“And, in fact, we’re now on the fifth or six class of antimicrobials,” Allen said Monday from Quebec City, where she was attending the conference.
Cephalosporins, which are administered in pill or a more potent intravenous form, are the latest to lose their ability to wipe out infection caused by the new strain.
With no alternative drugs in the pharmaceutical pipeline, “the concern is that we’ll go to potentially an era where it will be like the pre-antibiotic era,” she said. “So people again will see consequences of chronic gonorrhea infection that are associated with neonatal infections, infertility and those things.”