It’s funny that YOU’RE the ONE w/ a KNOWN fascination for ANAL SEX on these boards….BUT….chu’ accusing me of that weird shit…..Nah, Sandnigga…Don’t project ya own homotional fantasies on ME….I aint w/ it……But….ya son is infected w/ oral HERPES, tho….and you are a RAT faggot ass fuck sandnigga who deserves to be murdered in front of his family, tho….UP.DAT.PILSEN.HOME.ADDRESS……Wha’ YOU scared….???….PUSSY ass Coward…
Chea 1980 @AUTRGS/SashCHEA/MJ/Mack Martinez Says:
March 8th, 2013 at 8:06 pm
TruthSerum I know your government name and could find you in a second – if these are actual threats I will phone the FBI this moment. If it’s me I don’t give a shit but if it’s my kids and my wife I am doing it this second. Actual bodily threats against children are not protected free speech under the First Amendment – I am done commenting for the night because you are playing with fire – if you continue with these comments, I am placing that call immediately:
FBI – Chicago Office
2111 W. Roosevelt Road
Chicago, IL 60608
Phone: (312) 421-6700
Fax: (312) 829-5732/38
It was reported yesterday that KDAY’s parent company, the Panama City, Florida–based Magic Broadcasting, has agreed to sell KDAY and its Ontario/Riverside sister station KDEY to RBC Communications for around $20 million, and that if the deal goes through, the new owners are likely to switch the stations to an all-Mandarin-language format.
But man, when it was great, it was great. I’m assuming that its non-mix-show playlists were chosen by a computer, but I’m also convinced that said computer was a laptop with about 400 songs on it stolen out of someone’s Ford Taurus in 2003. KDAY seemed to play both Westside Connection’s “Bow Down” and Brit-R&B singer Mark Morrison’s “Return of the Mack” at least once every hour, two great songs that sound completely nonsensical together. I once heard Mobb Deep’s “Shook Ones Pt. II” around 10 a.m. on a Wednesday morning, which is a time when no decent person wants to listen to Mobb Deep, which did not in any way stop me from listening to Mobb Deep.
April-July 2012 selections: The D.O.C.’s “The Formula,” Too $hort’s “Blow the Whistle,” Lil’ Troy’s “Wanna Be a Baller,” Queen Pen’s “Party Ain’t a Party,” Mack 10’s “Backyard Boogie,” 2 Live Crew’s “Get It Girl,” and the remix of SWV’s “Anything” with Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Method Man, and U-God on it. There is no through line to that list except “rap music” and “amazingness”; KDAY was the rare example of hip-hop nostalgia without an agenda. Queen Pen is not “important.” Neither were Delinquent Habits. But when “Tres Delinquentes” came on the other night as I wove through traffic headed west on Sunset, toward the actual sunset, I would have argued the point. That Herb Alpert sample was inspired.
Look at WHO gotcha BACK…..An admitted HOMOSEXUAL commentor….I aint making shit up….Ya bestfriend on these boards prefers MEN over WOMEN…..YOU were defending his honor……YOU socialize w/ homosexuals, that is cool in your book……Just come out the carpet, bro…….You the one typing bout anal sex….Ya son gotta a turd booger on the side of his mouf……You anal retentive about ya e-legacy on a fucking rap blog as a commenter………Rectum be on YA mind to damn much, Yung Booty Warrior….