1.the kid that always rapid comments about random shit and nobody reads it
2.The kid that aborted his seed
3.The kid that always gets confused for the kid that aborted his seed
4.The kid that lurked for my tenure and releases his pent up agression via marathon melt
Drake shocked the world last night when he brought out Kanye West for a guest set during the fourth annual OVO Fest in Toronto. The two have a bit of a history, with Kanye being one of Drake’s first cosigners (he even directed his video for “Best I Ever Had”) and Drake admitting that his vocal style was heavily influenced by Kanye’s 808′s & Heartbreak. Though Drake and ‘Ye haven’t really done much together in recent years, Kanye jumped onstage and praised Drake for his meteoric rise, admitting, “Me and Hov would’ve never made Watch The Throne if this nigga wasn’t putting pressure on us like that.”
In a conversation with REVOLT after the show, Drizzy said, “His words, that was like a moment I clicked out. I [wasn’t] sure if I was still [dreaming].” He continued, “This is probably the most important moment of my life to date. Because at the end of the day, I do look up to ’Ye and he’s been a major influence, if not the biggest influence in my career so to hear him say that and just to feel like, ‘Okay who knows where this could go.’” Finally, he looked ahead hopefully, saying, “Maybe we’ll do music now, like we were supposed to, or maybe we just start talking more.”
As first noted by Pro Football Talk, reports out of multiple camps have officials warning players that they intend to more strictly enforce the unsportsmanlike conduct penalties already on the books. That includes:
sack dances; home run swing; incredible hulk; spiking the ball; spinning the ball; throwing or shoving the ball; pointing; pointing the ball; verbal taunting; military salute; standing over an opponent (prolonged and with provocation); or dancing.
@captain planet Digital is the future. Newspapers own decades worth of content. (1) Start selling the film rights to some of those stories (newspapers can also do 360 deals with reporters, so if they get book deals or films developed from their stories, the newspaper has to get a cut) (2) monetize their subscriber data (people who actually still subscribe to newspapers tend to be higher income and older,i.e. have loads of dispoable cash, an advertiser’s wet dream). (3) push hard to sell access to the content for a nominal monthly fee (this means digitizing everything in the archives, a big upfront cost, but with dividends later, researchers particularly would gladly pay nominal monthly fees for access to 100+ years of historical data represented by long-running daily papers like the Wash Post.