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I'm a HUGE Eminem fan. Huge. I'd be lying if I didn't say that I was very disappointed with Encore. Nearly as disappointed as I was when he released Relapse.

Only song I really like on Encore is Like Toy Soldiers. Mockingbird is just meh.

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I'm a HUGE Eminem fan. Huge. I'd be lying if I didn't say that I was very disappointed with Encore. Nearly as disappointed as I was when he released Relapse.

Only song I really like on Encore is Like Toy Soldiers. Mockingbird is just meh.
Like Toy Soldiers is decent, although I really like the hook more than anything.

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omg so in 5th grade in my social studies class we had to write a song about the American Revolution to the beat of another song, and sing it to the class. And my group wrote about the Battle of Bunker Hill to the beat of Like Toy Soldiers and it was literally the most embarrassing moment of my life.

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Like Toy Soldiers is decent, although I really like the hook more than anything.
"Step by step..." part?

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"Step by step..." part?
Yeah, the sampled part.

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Yeah, the sampled part.
I like it too. But I like the whole thing, even Em's part about Ja and being a leader and such.

He seems to have a great album and dud. And the process goes on and on.

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omg so in 5th grade in my social studies class we had to write a song about the American Revolution to the beat of another song, and sing it to the class. And my group wrote about the Battle of Bunker Hill to the beat of Like Toy Soldiers and it was literally the most embarrassing moment of my life.
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omg so in 5th grade in my social studies class we had to write a song about the American Revolution to the beat of another song, and sing it to the class. And my group wrote about the Battle of Bunker Hill to the beat of Like Toy Soldiers and it was literally the most embarrassing moment of my life.
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I've always hated presentations but having to go the extra mile like singing or dancing is ****in' weak.

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I've always hated presentations but having to go the extra mile like singing or dancing is ****in' weak.
Through college I've grown to not mind presentations.

But they should be just that, presentations. Singing or dancing is not ok.

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I remember a buddy of mine telling me that not too long ago. I'm definitely keeping that in mind for the next time I fly up there. I'm biased towards Vinnie's, but my friend said the same thing about theirs being a bit better.
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Blackstar GOAT underrated duo.

Mos and Talib at the top of their game. There's not a single bad track on that album. Untouchable.

I've been listening to a lot of really experimental rap recently. Check out Shabazz Palaces -- the rapper is Butterfly from Digable Planets -- if you wanna hear some zany stuff.

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Blackstar GOAT underrated duo.

Mos and Talib at the top of their game. There's not a single bad track on that album. Untouchable.

I've been listening to a lot of really experimental rap recently. Check out Shabazz Palaces -- the rapper is Butterfly from Digable Planets -- if you wanna hear some zany stuff.
It's zany, but lyrically.... not impressed.

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It's zany, but lyrically.... not impressed.
Yeah, there's really no flow or anything, but Butterfly says some salient stuff. It's more spoken word over some really interesting beats.

It's like expressionist rap. Artistically, i'm a big fan. They're a less vicious Death Grips, trying to push the rap status quo.

That's why I was so upset when everyone said Kanye was so experimental with Yeezus. He doesn't come close to doing what Shabazz or Death Grips do. Hell, Cannibal Ox was more experimental in 2001.



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Hey guys, I posted in another thread not named this one on the Rangers board, am I a Rangers fan now or do I have still long ways to go?

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Hey guys, I posted in another thread not named this one on the Rangers board, am I a Rangers fan now or do I have still long ways to go?
A few things to complete your initiation.

Take on irrationally negative feelings towards one of the following players: Brian Boyle, Henrik Lundqvist, Rick Nash, or Brad Richards.

Cry for at least two hours over the Rangers drafting Dylan McIlrath over Vladimir Tarasenko.

Incorporate Rongos, pls into your HF vocabulary.

Do all this and you'll be a HF Ranger in no time.

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Putnam is fine. I grew up there, and while the best pizza I ever had was actually in the Bronx, there are some very good places in that area.
You must be referring to Louie & Ernie's or Zero Otto Nove?

Artichoke Basille is always a mystery to me. Their other locations are pretty awful compared with the 2nd Avenue one but the past few times I've went there late at night when there was a long line I was disappointed in the food. I think when they get really backed up they rush the process and you end up with an overly soggy mess with uneven cheese and sauce. When they're "on" though their margharita slices are unbelievable.

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How has nobody mentioned New Park in Queens. GOAT pizza AINEC
New Park is good but it's definitely not the best in the city. I don't even think it's the best in that neighborhood as I personally prefer La Villa's pizza. Their square slices are awesome.

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the place we went for that meetup was pretty solid.. Even though I recommended it I'm having trouble remembering the name
Was gonna say you recommended it!

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A few things to complete your initiation.

Take on irrationally negative feelings towards one of the following players: Brian Boyle, Henrik Lundqvist, Rick Nash, or Brad Richards.

Cry for at least two hours over the Rangers drafting Dylan McIlrath over Vladimir Tarasenko.

Incorporate Rongos, pls into your HF vocabulary.

Do all this and you'll be a HF Ranger in no time.
You forgot completely tying your mental state into how the Rangers are doing at the moment.

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On the similar note, it came out recently that Subway's bread contains the same chemical as yoga mats. Eat fresh, *****es.

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