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America, Anaconda, and Bailey Jay: Baller Alert's Today in Hip-Hop: 22 Years Since The Fugees Released 'The Score' @balleralert igees The core Baller Alert’s Today in Hip-Hop: 22 Years Since The Fugees Released ‘The Score’-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ 22 years ago today, The Fugees released their second album ‘The Score’ on Columbia Records. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ The body of work arguably became the hip-hop trio’s best album. With an alternative hip-hop sound, the group created a sound and moment that would later go on to dominate the hip-hop industry. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ With three smash singles: “Ready or Not”, “Fu-Gee-La”, and “Killing Me Softly”, the album was a major success for the group peaking at number one on the Billboard 200 and the Top R&B-Hip-Hop Albums chart. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ With their lead singles, The Fugees showcased impeccable lyricism and amazing production techniques that allowed them to gain worldwide recognition. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ By October 3, 1997, ‘The Score’ was certified six times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ The album earned the group two Grammys in 1996 for “Best Rap Album” and “Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals” for “Killing Me Softly”. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ In addition to the awards, the album has been praised by many publications and included in multiple “Top 100” lists. In 1998, the album was listed in The Source's 100 best rap albums list, and in 2003, ‘The Score’ was ranked number 477 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ What was your favorite song from the album?

Baller Alert’s Today in Hip-Hop: 22 Years Since The Fugees Released ‘The Score’-blogged by @thereal__bee ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ 22 years ago today, Th...

Advice, Future, and Ironic: eggrollie art has been hard lately but i made this banana today and its probably the height of my ability and i am ready novw a guest speaker in one of my classes recently gave some of the best advice I have ever received… 1. let curiosity be your compass - think about what you’re motivated to do, your affinity, your aspirations. what are the core reasons for your motivation? 2. impact is everything - if everything works out exactly as expected, why does it matter? what will you learn or change? 3. be James Bond - expose the side of yourself that will be received best. you don’t need to reveal everything about yourself upfront. 4. create strong partnerships - build a wise council. you only need three people: one who is a few steps ahead of you or where you want to be in the future, one who is progressing at the same pace as you, and one who is behind you but has experienced more. 5. to make space for what matters, you have to say no - we aren’t self-aware enough to know our breaking point before we reach it, so don’t be afraid to pass on some things. 6. create meaningful time - bingeing is not productive. establish clear morning rituals and practice contingency management. a slow and steady schedule is best. 7.when you rush from A to B, you miss everything in between - slow down and forget about your destination. take time to appreciate the path you’re on. 8.”the chief enemy of creativity is good sense” - be creative. just don’t lose touch with your common sense. 9.it’s supposed to be fun most of the time or something’s wrong - there will be spontaneous emotional breakdowns and seemingly impassible obstacles, but enjoy the journey of life billsimportantposts

a guest speaker in one of my classes recently gave some of the best advice I have ever received… 1. let curiosity be your compass - think ab...

Advice, Bad, and Saw: prokopetz Whether you're writing for a video game or a tabletop game, the secret to effective lore is cow tools Back in 1982, Gary Larson drew the following panel for the newspaper comic The Far Side: 1962 Cow tools According to Larson, it was simply meant to be a faintly surreal joke about how cows would be bad at making tools; it intends no deeper commentary. However, in the decades since, it's become by far the comic's most asked about panel. People want to know why cows are making tools, what aspect of society it's commenting on, and most critically, they want to know what the tools are for. The one on the right kind of resembles a carpenter's saw, which leads folks to believe that the other three must have some obvious function too, if only they could puzzle it out. But they don't. They're just random shapes, and the comic as a whole was never intended to actually mean anything. I've become convinced that that's the real secret to effective worldbuilding in gaming media. Certainly, the "core" of the setting should make sense, but all the peripheral stuff surrounding it? Just throw in a bunch of incomprehensible bullshit seasoned with the occasional bit that almost makes sense, and people will seize on those bits and ratonalise all the rest of it for you - and what they come up with is generally going to be way more interesting than whatever your original plan was, if indeed you had one at all. Then, once they've figured it all out, just nod sagely, congratulate their cleverness, and keep your damn mouth shut vilikemorgenthal Some golden advice for writers who think they must come up with it all.
Beyonce, Condom, and Dancing: It is illegal to smonk on these premises leg <p><a href="http://asylunatic.tumblr.com/post/166261599291/someone-asked-me-what-i-thought-about-surreal" class="tumblr_blog">asylunatic</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Someone asked me what I thought about surreal memes and I really liked the question so I basically wrote a whole essay to answer that question. It seemed relevant to this blog so I thought I might share it here, too:</p> <p><i>Once upon a time I went to see an art show by Jordan Wolfson. Besides some insanity dancing sculptures, there was a video. It consisted of scenes with a poorly cgi’d condom that was leaking hearts whilst dancing through some rando’s childhood home (or so I interpreted that house). Other scenes included the artist dressed as a punk walking around some 2017 metropole city, like a total anachronism. The whole ordeal was accompanied by Beyonce music and displayed in a room covered in fake fur (ceiling included).</i></p> <p><i>It stuck with me because I interpreted it as a post-modern-post-internet kinda art piece, that just was full of the empty imagery that is encountered now everywhere all the time. Meme culture is just a part of that. </i></p> <p><i>There’s so many images splashed over you that all of them have lost a certain core impact. Repeated exposure numbs. And it is so available over the internet. So many pictures of someones darling dearest baby. So much hardcore anal porn. So many photographs by talented photographers. So much joy and darkness and beauty so readily available. </i></p> <p><i>And that video made me think about all of this. Because what did that outdated house mean to me? Or the condom dancing with hearts? I did not bother about someone else’s house or the anachronist punk. But I was aching because surely it must be meaningful to <b>someone</b>.</i></p> <p><i>When I came home from the show I spoke to my mom. She had seen it too and it turned out that she was way more informed about it. She told me it was actually a piece about something with aids and some social motivation ladidadida. Totally not what I had experienced it to be.</i></p> <p><i>And so my point is, I guess, that memes can do this too. They create their own world where they get used again and again and again and the repetition makes them something new, with no ties to original content and intent. Images that create their own worlds and meanings and repetitions. (in conceptual art these are called simulacra)</i></p> <p><i>I didn’t know surreal memes by name until you asked me, so I googled them guess what. I love them. They are so very much meme to the core: just imagery with no origin, just a canvas for my interpretation. </i></p> </blockquote>

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Memes, Best, and Help: STEP 1: POSTERIOR TILT THE PELVIS STEP 2: ROTATE THE TORSO TOWARDS THE DOWN LEG SIDE SQUEEZE ← THE GLUTE PSOAS STRETCH FEEL STRETCH IN THE FRONT OF THE HIP AND DEEP IN THE ABDOMEN ON THE DOWN LEG SIDE STEP 3: SIDE BEND AWAY AND REACH UP TO THE CEILING @dr.jacob.harden HOW TO GET A FULL PSOAS STRETCH The psoas is the most famous of the hip flexors. It attaches from the front-side of the spine and merges with the iliacus to insert onto the femur. . We know it as a hip flexor but it also does some 🔃spinal rotation and ↘️lateral bending. And due to it being one of the deepest muscles of the core, tightness can have a direct impact on joint mechanics. . I don't think the psoas is as evil is as we're led to believe and not everyone needs to stretch it. But there are 2 scenarios where I find psoas stretching to be very beneficial.👍 . 🔹️You lack hip extension mobility. (You can test this for sure with a Thomas test) . 🔹️You get a pinch in your lower back when you bend backwards. . If either of those are you, this is the best way to get a full psoas stretch. Make sure to keep the glute tight throughout the movement and reach to the ceiling. The psoas can add a compressive force to the spine so reaching can help you get a sense of elongation which feels amazing for your back.😃 . Tag a friend with tight hip flexors and share the wealth! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox

HOW TO GET A FULL PSOAS STRETCH The psoas is the most famous of the hip flexors. It attaches from the front-side of the spine and merges wit...

Life, Memes, and Money: SUCCESS IS A CHOICE CHOOSE WISELY: LINK IN BIO If I promised you in 1 year that you would know exactly what you want in life and how to get it, down to every action you must take. Would you pay me $1000, even if it meant borrowing the money? If I promised you that I have a guaranteed trick so that you are only surrounded by the best and most positive people like you, who want to be great in life, would you pay me $2000 to have me share it? If I promised you that you could spend 2 hrs a week for the next 5 years with me and gain access to all my conversations with some of today's most powerful leaders in business and icons in entrepreneurship, would you pay me $5000 for that privilege? These are the core three things people ask of me every day; “What should I do to be successful, how do I get away from negativity, and how can I meet you and other incredible mentors in life?” While the three questions are repetitive, they are at the core of being successful in life. It starts with vision, passion and purpose followed by a network and finally ending with making sure you are never the smartest guy in the room. Its simple but it isn't easy. While people are willing to pay me upwards of $10,000 a day to speak to them I refuse to because you can have those 3 things thanks to the Academy I created 8 years ago and it doesn't cost $10,000 and it doesn't require you to borrow money. It requires an open mind, a willingness to try and finally the acceptance that if you already have all you want in life then you wouldn't have read this far. Success is your choice. Try the Secret Academy for 5 days for just $5. Link in bio - @secretentourage

If I promised you in 1 year that you would know exactly what you want in life and how to get it, down to every action you must take. Would y...

Clothes, Facebook, and Gym: AGE: 21 DORIAN YATES HOW DO BUILD A WIDE BACK? IG: @LEGIONS PRODUCTION AGE: 30 🔥😳HOW DO I BUILD A WIDE BACK? Founder 👉: @king_khieu. Before we begin this, I want to be clear on several things. For building a well developed back, the heavy core movements such as deadlifts, barbell rows and chin-pull ups are the fundamentals. The compound movements are crucial for building a strong back and core foundation. Use cable exercises and machines to chisel and define your back afterward. But never neglect the core movements. Building width requires consistency and hard work. Again, focus on core movements first and define after. Here are some variation, movements and tips which are great if you want to build a wider back. 1 - Weighted pull ups and chin ups if you can. 2 - Straight arm pushdowns. 3 - Wide grip exercises such as pull ups and pulldowns. 4 - Pre-exhaust training for the lats. 5 - Work your back twice a week. 6 - Focus on the squeeze and build-mind muscle connection. 7 - Deadlifts are key for width and thickness. Thoughts? 🤔Opinions? What do you guys think? COMMENT BELOW! Athlete: @thedorianyates. TAG SOMEONE who needs to lift! _________________ Looking for unique gym clothes? Use our 10% discount code: LEGIONS10🔑 on Ape Athletics 🦍 fitness apparel! The link is in our 👆 bio! _________________ Principal 🔥 account: @fitness_legions. Facebook ✅ page: Legions Production. @legions_production🏆🏆🏆.

🔥😳HOW DO I BUILD A WIDE BACK? Founder 👉: @king_khieu. Before we begin this, I want to be clear on several things. For building a well develo...