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Video: Don Trip – Like Me

New visual from Don Trip’s Guerrilla mixtape.

Previously: Don Trip ft. Wale & Starlito – Im A Mess (Video)


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107 Responses to “Video: Don Trip – Like Me”

  1. Barbecue Tee Says:

    Barbecue Tee Says:

    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:21 pm
    white beamer
    blonde seats
    blue eyes
    you know how i roll
    license, don’t utilize (c) bama chick rappin’

    Barbecue Tee Says:

    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:22 pm
    tea tree oil bar soap >>>>> coast, ivory and w/e you use
    (c) health food store

  2. Absence of heat Says:

    And ain’t no body looking so you just said fuckit

  3. Danny Ocean Says:

    If you fuck your homie’s main chick, then you have to be willing to accept whatever karma has in store for you on the rebound: AIDS, cancer, stillborn babies, paralysis, whatever. These are the terms you’re agreeing to by acting upon such a decision.

    ^
    I understand what you’re saying. buts AIDS cancer paralysis and stillborn babies happen to the most wholesome of people everyday.

    but what is Karma, really? i view the idea “karma” the same regard that i vew the idea of “luck”… ambiguous, vague phenomenons that can’t really be proven one way or another.

    like someone said earlier, morality might really be for suckers.

    because if the politicians and bosses who run this world are some of the most immoral people on the planet…but have attained status and money that most could only dream of…

    what does that really say?

  4. Bricktop Says:

    That Diplomatic Immunity 3 album should showcase the whole crew over Chink Santana/araabMUZIK/Heatmakers/Just Blaze productions.

    Cam, Jim & Juelz w Vado (featuring ASAP Rocky on the hook) produced by araabMUZIK with Freekey Zekey doing adlibs >>>>>
    ^
    SMH @ egos. I would prolly buy a physical copy of this though.

  5. Casket Face Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:22 pm
    …keep it one hunnd jim was holding the dips down while cam and his moms was sick. jim wanted his due, he’d put in 15 years at that point.
    ^^^

    But Cam wasn’t gonna give it to him so he started his own merry band of weedcarriers & put the bug in Juelz ear that his money was funny & he should jump ship.

    There was more to the split then that tho. Had to be.

    Jim was all buddy buddy with Dame while Cam was AWOL. I’m sure that created some sourness too.

    ^^^

    cam wanted respect as general and then bounced on his duties …leaving jim to bang out for dips (which he did)

    then when cam wanted to play general again the respect wasn’t there

    cam starting pulling plugs and cards, which wasn’t fair to niggas that banged out for him

  6. Danny Ocean Says:

    Nice guys finish last.

    Dirtbags run the world.

    ^
    bingo

  7. Casket Face Says:

    baby moms > claudia

    ….bitch was lookin like a rider

  8. Absence of heat Says:

    *throws new Orleans madi gras beads at mindy

  9. Absence of heat Says:

    Nice guys finish last.

    Dirtbags run the world.

    ^
    bingo

    ^ these dudes give a fuck about karma or harming the innocent.

  10. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    cam wanted respect as general and then bounced on his duties …leaving jim to bang out for dips (which he did)

    then when cam wanted to play general again the respect wasn’t there

    cam starting pulling plugs and cards, which wasn’t fair to niggas that banged out for him
    ^^^

    There was money involved too.

    And I’m pretty sure I heard rumors of the split having something to do with a broad too.

    But that couldn’t be the case, could it?

  11. Kush Kennedy Says:

    S.A.S.

    ^
    These london boys, maaaaaaaaad underrated.

    Their new ish is mehhh… Their old shit is nice tho.

  12. LeRoy Green Says:

    but what is Karma, really? i view the idea “karma” the same regard that i vew the idea of “luck”… ambiguous, vague phenomenons that can’t really be proven one way or another.

    like someone said earlier, morality might really be for suckers.

    because if the politicians and bosses who run this world are some of the most immoral people on the planet…but have attained status and money that most could only dream of…

    ^^^^^6

    MESSAGE!

    i struggle with this shit daily. at times I wanna believe its real but the majority of the time it seems its all bullshit.

  13. Absence of heat Says:

    Casket Face Says:
    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:26 pm
    baby moms > claudia

    ….bitch was lookin like a rider

    ^ need a screen cap for a side by side comparison. I do however remember watching and saying to self I’d hit.

  14. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    bitch was lookin like a rider
    ^^^

    Nah, she looked like a groupie who was so in love with the idea of being married to a pop star that she was willing to overlook the fact he was a broken down alcoholic who hated himself and couldn’t put his past behind him.

  15. Bricktop Says:

    because if the politicians and bosses who run this world are some of the most immoral people on the planet… but have attained status and money that most could only dream of…
    ^
    Monks of a pyrite monastery. None of what they’ve attained is of any real value or consequence. Status and money are an illusion. Karma has more to do with understanding. The skin on your back and the organs that it encompasses that keep you alive are the only things you will ever truly own in this life.

  16. Barbecue Tee Says:

    morality might really be for suckers.

    ^^
    being immoral is like being infamous

    money power >>>>>>> turmoil misery
    some people have so many problems that
    they don’t realize there is a noose around
    their neck

  17. Absence of heat Says:

    Nah, she looked like a groupie who was so in love with the idea of being married to a pop star that she was willing to overlook the fact he was a broken down alcoholic who hated himself and couldn’t put his past behind him.

    ^ niggas is psycho therapist

  18. Casket Face Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:
    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:31 pm
    bitch was lookin like a rider
    ^^^

    Nah, she looked like a groupie who was so in love with the idea of being married to a pop star that she was willing to overlook the fact he was a broken down alcoholic who hated himself and couldn’t put his past behind him.

    ^^^

    i cant front though, you right lol

  19. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Mega and Mayhem (S.A.S) are nice technically, can drop punchlines, and can also construct a song. I don’t even consider them weedcarriers.

    One of my dudes from london even said they saved Juelz from getting bodied one time up in London.

  20. Barbecue Tee Says:

    ^ these dudes give a fuck about karma or harming the innocent.

    ^^
    some people die in their sleep
    while others suffer every hour
    of every day, but they will never tell
    bcuz money over er’thang
    game is to be sold, not told (c) pimpology 099

  21. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    morality might really be for suckers.
    ^^^
    As much as we’ve been taught the opposite, I’ve come to the same conclusion.

    But society has used morality & fear to control us for so long, I can’t even give into my immoral thoughts.

    It’s too late for me, I’ve already been assimilated.

  22. Barbecue Tee Says:

    was so in love with the idea of being married to a pop star that she was willing to overlook the fact

    ^^
    pop stars have personalities too
    bad things happen to good people
    good things happen for bad people? nah right

  23. Bricktop Says:

    Nice guys finish last.

    Dirtbags run the world.

    ^ bingo

    ^ these dudes give a fuck about karma or harming the innocent.
    ^
    Innocents is a matter of perspective. It’s all relative. I’m not advocating being a nice guy 24/7, but it has its place. It’s more about doing the right thing. Allot of times you have to be “the bad guy” in order to do the right thing. And, in your heart of hearts, you know what the right thing is. It’s the world that confuses your mind sometimes.

  24. Absence of heat Says:

    Just wouldnt do anything to anyone that I wouldn’t want done to me. Does that make a man a sucker. Living righteous and being at piece > being power driving and step on whoever to reach the top?

    My eye opener was having some one point blank lie to a prosecuter while on the stand to fuck me over.

    Life’s Ill and people are foul. Can’t hold em to the same standards

  25. Barbecue Tee Says:

    It’s too late for me, I’ve already been assimilated.

    ^^
    me three

  26. Barbecue Tee Says:

    good person >>>>>>>>>> good samaritan

  27. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    One of my dudes from london even said they saved Juelz from getting bodied one time up in London.
    ^^^
    And he dipped on them niggas as soon as he could

    “Them London boys said you moist” (c) French Montana

  28. Kush Kennedy Says:

    All this immoral and morality talks, I’ma dip my 2 cents in.

    Deep down, you know your a good person or not, just do what comes naturally. Society is always gonna look at you at some sort of way, you can spend your life trying to change how they look at you, or you can get your paper, fuck ya bitches, hopefully find a wifey one day, and live your life.

  29. Chief Ali Says:

    Innocents is a matter of perspective. It’s all relative. I’m not advocating being a nice guy 24/7, but it has its place. It’s more about doing the right thing. Allot of times you have to be “the bad guy” in order to do the right thing. And, in your heart of hearts, you know what the right thing is.

    —–

    THIS

  30. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    maybe you’re the vessel of karma.

    maybe your man had it coming to him.

    *tries to be unsuspecting*

  31. Bricktop Says:

    Innocence> innocents

  32. Absence of heat Says:

    It’s too late for me, I’ve already been assimilated.

    ^ this the one

  33. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Just wouldnt do anything to anyone that I wouldn’t want done to me.
    ^^^

    The most basic rule that I try to live my life by.

    But I also live by the rules of retaliation a.k.a. Don’t start none, won’t be none

  34. brolic fonts Says:

    but what is Karma, really? i view the idea “karma” the same regard that i vew the idea of “luck”… ambiguous, vague phenomenons that can’t really be proven one way or another.

    ^im saying. talk about karma to the evil billionaires that live till 90, or ruthless dictators that live till 85

  35. brolic fonts Says:

    because if the politicians and bosses who run this world are some of the most immoral people on the planet… but have attained status and money that most could only dream of…

    ^ I guess I shoulda read the whole comment, lol

  36. Yasser Pair-a-gats Says:

    Kool G. Rap ft. Necro, Marley Marl, Nutso, Rugged Intellect, F.T., Ras Kass & Action Bronson – Men At Work 2020 (Prod. by Domingo)

    ^

    NY-rap-is-dead-ass-niccas.

  37. Bricktop Says:

    maybe you’re the vessel of karma.
    ^
    Once you realize this though, you are no longer a vessel. At this point it becomes your responsibility to change the tide of karma from bad to good (assuming that you were a vessel of bad karma). Much easier said than done, of course.

  38. Bricktop Says:

    Quality of life > quantity of life

  39. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Allot of times you have to be “the bad guy” in order to do the right thing

    ^
    Yeah, like when it comes to these hoes..

  40. Chief Ali Says:

    Its all about balance though

    like Brick said, there are times when one has to be the bad guy in order to accomplish good

    destroy in order to build and all that

  41. Bricktop Says:

    Yeah, like when it comes to these hoes..
    ^
    Lol.
    Bingo.

  42. Casket Face Says:

    survival of the fittest >

    …this world is one big jungle

  43. brolic fonts Says:

    Quality of life > quantity of life

    ^ok explain that to the kid/people starving at the hands of the ruthless dictator living in opulence

  44. Danny Ocean Says:

    playing the odds, rolling the dice, calculated gambles > belief in karma

    and just let the chips fall where they may…good or bad

    practice keeping that conscience in check, learn to live without regrets

    gotta learn how to leap those pyschological hurdles like a G

  45. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    maybe you’re the vessel of karma.
    ^
    Once you realize this though, you are no longer a vessel. At this point it becomes your responsibility to change the tide of karma from bad to good (assuming that you were a vessel of bad karma). Much easier said than done, of course.

    ^^

    …and then you walk outside and get hit by a bus.

  46. Bricktop Says:

    Its all about balance though
    ^
    Balance is so heavy. It’s THE universal law to all this shit. Just the fact that we’re breathing is due to the balance of a million molecules floating in perfect balance and harmony at this precise moment. Let one of those molecules go out of whack and suddenly cancer starts to form in a dark corner of your body.

  47. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    like someone said earlier, morality might really be for suckers.

    because if the politicians and bosses who run this world are some of the most immoral people on the planet…but have attained status and money that most could only dream of…
    ^
    cosign

  48. Kush Kennedy Says:

    practice keeping that conscience in check, learn to live without regrets

    gotta learn how to leap those pyschological hurdles like a G

    ^
    Someone fix the psychological typo, and put this in a book.

    Good advice.

  49. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    good/bad is all a matter of perspective that society molded on a person in order to control the masses

  50. Bricktop Says:

    …and then you walk outside and get hit by a bus.
    ^
    The question is “Are you happily satisfied with your current life condition the moment that the bus makes contact?” Are you okay with who you are, with your relationships with the people you love, what you’re leaving behind?

  51. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    people are complex individuals, but it’s easier to have simple good guy bad guy narratives

  52. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Religion = A tool devised to civilize humanity which is savage by nature

  53. Danny Ocean Says:

    there are times when one has to be the bad guy in order to accomplish good

    ^
    #GeorgeZimmermanGems

  54. brolic fonts Says:

    SN: the bad guy/good guy issue

    if you made billions through ruthless business practice and never lost, but then later in life did all kinds of philanthropic ish that changed/saved millions of lives, are you a good guy or bad guy at the end of the day?

    good/bad is relative, b

  55. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    your relationships with the people you love
    ^^^^

    At the end of the day, this is all that really matters, what they thought of you.

    Cause when you’re dead and gone, and all the money is spent, that’s all that’s gonna be left.

  56. Danny Ocean Says:

    sin all depends, on what you believin’ in
    faith is what you make it, that’s the hardest shit since MC Ren!

  57. brolic fonts Says:

    yo, so why come c-section been full of gems and useful convo lately? ether gone? niggas kicking knowledge now?

    just jokes, but not really

  58. Bricktop Says:

    ^ok explain that to the kid/people starving at the hands of the ruthless dictator living in opulence
    ^
    That’s tough because I’ve never had to live their lives. But I will say that they are free from the vast majority of THINGS (for lack of a better word) that cause us infinite grief, burden and sorrow (i.e. materialistic shit aka pyrite). Their balance of love/hate, good/bad emotions are extremely more visceral and therefore infinitely more fulfilling than we will ever experience in our “civilized” culture.

  59. Chief Ali Says:

    there are times when one has to be the bad guy in order to accomplish good

    ^
    #GeorgeZimmermanGems

    ——

    Foul

  60. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Because that’s these Compton streets was built not to win
    You killed the nigga, I stole a Bible, is that a sin (c) K. Dot

  61. brolic fonts Says:

    #GeorgeZimmermanGems

    ^Yo

  62. Kush Kennedy Says:

    The question is “Are you happily satisfied with your current life condition the moment that the bus makes contact?” Are you okay with who you are, with your relationships with the people you love, what you’re leaving behind?

    ^
    Cmon brick, I didn’t need to read this while I was lifted

    My current situation:
    My girlfriend’s mad because I bet half my check on the celtics (and they won!)
    My bestfriend is mad for idk what reason, so me and her haven’t been talking
    My side-chick currently loves me.

    I do not want to get hit by a bus today.

  63. Absence of heat Says:

    E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:
    April 2nd, 2012 at 2:53 pm
    good/bad is all a matter of perspective that society molded on a person in order to control the masses

    ^ and there you have it

  64. Bricktop Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity. At this point, if there is a God, I believe he’d want us to use the knowledge that we’ve attained to evolve past the ancient diatribes.

  65. brolic fonts Says:

    ok explain that to the kid/people starving at the hands of the ruthless dictator living in opulence
    ^
    That’s tough because I’ve never had to live their lives. But I will say that they are free from the vast majority of THINGS (for lack of a better word) that cause us infinite grief, burden and sorrow (i.e. materialistic shit aka pyrite). Their balance of love/hate, good/bad emotions are extremely more visceral and therefore infinitely more fulfilling than we will ever experience in our “civilized” culture.

    ^I might be mixing up arguments, but I was refering to the >> situation in reference to my idea about evil muggs living long lives.

    anyways, Ross >>> Nas

  66. brolic fonts Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity.

    ^on the other side, I can cosign this too

  67. Bricktop Says:

    Cmon brick, I didn’t need to read this while I was lifted
    ^
    LMAO! My bad. Just stay inside when school lets out. You should be good.

  68. Absence of heat Says:

    anyways, Ross >>> Nas

    ^ hdhudiskabiwieb

  69. Kush Kennedy Says:

    Ross >>> Nas

    ^
    In a wingstop lemon pepper eating contest?

    Maybe.

  70. Absence of heat Says:

    I so badly wanted to refute that

  71. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity.
    ^^^

    But how many have died defending an theology that’s as plausible as Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy?

  72. Danny Ocean Says:

    there are times when one has to be the bad guy in order to accomplish good

    ^
    #GeorgeZimmermanGems

    ——

    Foul

    ^
    my point being, dude might have legitimately thought he was doing the right thing by attacking Trayvon Martin

    people’s idea of sin all depends on what they believe in…and it’s beyond scary when you think about that and live in the huge melting pot of cultures that is the United States.

    this country BEEN headed to hell in a handbasket.

    end of the day, just give me my pennies and let me retire to my residence and be with me and mine, man. forreal.

  73. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity.
    ^^^

    But how many have died defending an theology that’s as plausible as Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy?
    ^
    no doubt, entire civilizations got ruined

  74. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    smfh @ claudette…jus smh!
    whas inside a bitch mind & heart can bus a dime down quite a few cents.

  75. Bricktop Says:

    good/bad is all a matter of perspective that society molded on a person in order to control the masses

    ^ and there you have it
    ^
    Ehh… Society gives us a set of morals to abide by. Those aren’t always RIGHT though. And yes, those morals are definitely used to control the populace. Knowledge of right and wrong exists within the heart. You can look directly in the mirror and discover everything that’s right and wrong with your entire being. It’s just up to you to act upon it. Again, MUCH easier said than done…
    especially as a card carrying member of the Pyrite Kingdom.

  76. JDS of the Cobra Kai Dojo Says:

    Just the fact that we’re breathing is due to the balance of a million molecules floating in perfect balance and harmony at this precise moment. Let one of those molecules go out of whack and suddenly cancer starts to form in a dark corner of your body.

    ^^

    Which is why it’s all pointless.

    People go on living their lives by some vague notion of structure hoping to create a sense of understanding and security that is ultimately false.

    We all value life but life values no one. You can’t control it. Those same codes and social constructs you hold in high esteem will always come to bite you in the ass somehow. No matter how many vitamins you take or how many times you pay it forward or try to set an example, a dues ex machina will come for you.

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?

  77. Barbecue Tee Says:

    talk about karma to the evil billionaires that live till 90, or ruthless dictators that live till 85

    ^^
    being healthy on vitamins >>>>>>>> filling your prescriptions

    (c) my 80 y.o granny

  78. Danny Ocean Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity.

    ^
    of course

    imagine the chaos if the masses knew for certain that there was no heaven or hell for good or bad deeds…no such thing as karma…no afterlife.

    religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich.

  79. brolic fonts Says:

    Organized religion has served it’s GOOD purpose to humanity.
    ^^^

    But how many have died defending an theology that’s as plausible as Santa Claus or the Tooth Fairy?

    ^funny thing, I remember having this same type religion debate on here trying to end it with Ross > Nas, lol. Ill leave it alone this time

  80. Bricktop Says:

    my point being, dude might have legitimately thought he was doing the right thing by attacking Trayvon Martin
    ^
    Maybe Zimmerman was the vessel of karma? A catalyst for necessary change (hopefully)?

  81. Barbecue Tee Says:

    mo money, mo problems
    you can’t take it with you
    money isn’t everything

    i could never put a price tag on love

  82. brolic fonts Says:

    imagine the chaos if the masses knew for certain that there was no heaven or hell for good or bad deeds…no such thing as karma…no afterlife.

    religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich.

    ^thats what I woulda said, maybe not as well spoke, but, Ross > Nas

  83. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    “Knowledge of right and wrong exists within the heart. You can look directly in the mirror and discover everything that’s right and wrong with your entire being. It’s just up to you to act upon it.”

    “We all value life but life values no one. You can’t control it. Those same codes and social constructs you hold in high esteem will always come to bite you in the ass somehow. No matter how many vitamins you take or how many times you pay it forward or try to set an example, a dues ex machina will come for you.

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?”
    ^^^

    Crown Jewels

  84. Bricktop Says:

    religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich.
    ^
    Yep.

  85. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    religion is what keeps the poor from murdering the rich.
    ^^^^

    It kept the slaves from murdering massa too.

  86. Barbecue Tee Says:

    *imagines a cold palace*
    *imagines meals made of tofu*
    *images only cold running water*
    *realizes how grass isn’t greener*

    never know what people deal with on a daily

  87. Danny Ocean Says:

    People go on living their lives by some vague notion of structure hoping to create a sense of understanding and security that is ultimately false.

    We all value life but life values no one. You can’t control it. Those same codes and social constructs you hold in high esteem will always come to bite you in the ass somehow. No matter how many vitamins you take or how many times you pay it forward or try to set an example, a dues ex machina will come for you.

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?

    ^
    niggas is about to have the kid dangerously close to revisiting the YOLO phase of his early 20s here in a minute

  88. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    Ehh… Society gives us a set of morals to abide by. Those aren’t always RIGHT though. And yes, those morals are definitely used to control the populace. Knowledge of right and wrong exists within the heart. You can look directly in the mirror and discover everything that’s right and wrong with your entire being. It’s just up to you to act upon it. Again, MUCH easier said than done…
    especially as a card carrying member of the Pyrite Kingdom.
    ^
    imo people have an evolutionary innate knowledge of survival tactics & act in ways that benefit them & their progeny. Some “morals”/”laws” where based upon these basic survival instincts but ultimately even perspective on things like murder/stealing/rape change based on who’s telling the (His’)story

  89. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    “fuck y’all at me for y’all dont even kno what I been through”

  90. Barbecue Tee Says:

    why doesn’t religion keep murderers from killing
    there are still consequences

  91. Barbecue Tee Says:

    every dog has his day and
    every dirty dog has two days (c) granny

  92. Absence of heat Says:

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?

    ^ causin ruckus like the aftermath when guns blast

  93. Bricktop Says:

    Which is why it’s all pointless.

    People go on living their lives by some vague notion of structure hoping to create a sense of understanding and security that is ultimately false.

    We all value life but life values no one. You can’t control it. Those same codes and social constructs you hold in high esteem will always come to bite you in the ass somehow. No matter how many vitamins you take or how many times you pay it forward or try to set an example, a dues ex machina will come for you.

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?
    ^
    Somebody mentioned it earlier, but what you’re describing has more to do with being at peace with yourself. And that’s a hard one to grasp simply for the fact that we’re conditioned to lie to ourselves and to everyone else on a constant basis. This all leads to a false sense of inner peace. What exactly leads to a true sense of peace with self is a question that each individual has to answer for themselves. Or you could just keep lying to yourself in the pursuit of all things worldly. An accumulation of regrets can become hard to digest though….

  94. AmpGeez a.k.a. Amphernee Hardaway Says:

    YOLO
    ^^^

    It’s the motto for a reason

  95. brolic fonts Says:

    Which is why it’s all pointless.

    People go on living their lives by some vague notion of structure hoping to create a sense of understanding and security that is ultimately false.

    We all value life but life values no one. You can’t control it. Those same codes and social constructs you hold in high esteem will always come to bite you in the ass somehow. No matter how many vitamins you take or how many times you pay it forward or try to set an example, a dues ex machina will come for you.

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?

    ^Yo!

    I didnt come to nah for this shit, but keep going tho!

  96. brolic fonts Says:

    *tats YOLO on forehead*

  97. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?
    ^
    cosign

    I think people are subconsciously aware of this in some form & that’s what motivates great people to make scientific discoveries or classic art so that they’ll live forever through their creations.

  98. Danny Ocean Says:

    why doesn’t religion keep murderers from killing
    there are still consequences

    ^
    it doesn’t, but the murder/crime rate would just be exponentially higher

  99. Bricktop Says:

    imo people have an evolutionary innate knowledge of survival tactics & act in ways that benefit them & their progeny. Some “morals”/”laws” where based upon these basic survival instincts but ultimately even perspective on things like murder/stealing/rape change based on who’s telling the (His’)story
    ^
    The human instinct of survival is motherfucker, ain’t it? I suggest reading up on Gandhi. He specialized in balancing the basic need for survival with the dealings of right/wrong conflicts. Needless to say, dude was a motherfucking G to the utmost, as opposed to the soft flowery image that Hollywood and folklore would have you believe.

  100. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    That’s my bitch>>>>>>

  101. Absence of heat Says:

    I think people are subconsciously aware of this in some form & that’s what motivates great people to make scientific discoveries or classic art so that they’ll live forever through their creations.

    ^ why else would a man want the stress of the Presidency.

  102. Absence of heat Says:

    Movie. 444. Shows how people will behave if they knew the date and time of their death. We hope to be better as time goes on. And as foul as human nature is at times

    At the precipice we change (c) movie

  103. Bricktop Says:

    Which is why it’s all pointless…

    And for most people, your memory, your legacy, they’ll be nothing in a generation’s time. So why not just live?
    ^
    In the grand scheme of things, we are nothing yet everything. It took EVERY SINGLE LIFE that ever existed in the history of humanity to get us to this point, yet a single life is less than nothing with respect to the totality of the universe.

  104. E aka Mac with the Cheese Says:

    new post

  105. hood trill stunting aka trap day man Says:

    DMX Tells His Wife “Im Gonna Stick My D*ck In Chicks Until It Falls Off”!

    >lmao/smh @ this mans overt crackhead mannerisms.

  106. Kush Kennedy Says:

    No shots at anyone,

    But are there any people stupider than our very own American people?

    Vast majority are sheep, that will believe anything. Idk if I want my unborn seed to go thru all of that, or grow up with people who can’t create their own opinion.. I don’t like where the intelligence level is at with this new generation.

  107. Chief Ali Says:

    I suggest reading up on Gandhi. He specialized in balancing the basic need for survival with the dealings of right/wrong conflicts. Needless to say, dude was a motherfucking G to the utmost, as opposed to the soft flowery image that Hollywood and folklore would have you believe.

    ——

    Brick, what book(s) have you read on Ghandi

    wouldn’t mind perusing through ’em if they as thorough as you say

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