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hiphopfightsback:

Alcohol and tobacco companies funding drug policies to keep Marijuana outlawed is like money hungry hookers going after well meaning strippers.

that explains the delay , just legalize otm already dammit …

foxsoccer:

Bale, Real Madrid take the throne!

Hala Madrid !

foxsoccer:

Bale, Real Madrid take the throne!

Hala Madrid !

hiphopclassicks:

Big

"skys the limit"

hiphopclassicks:

Big

"skys the limit"

The soul becomes dyed with the color of its thoughts.
Marcus Aurelius (via philosophy-quotes)

realness ..

kicktv:

Goal of the Week even though you lost 1:6 isn’t bad. 

kicktv:

Goal of the Week even though you lost 1:6 isn’t bad. 

J.R. Smith was raised in a suburban, middle-class home with two good parents and access to an excellent education. He had a tremendous high school coaching mentor – Dan Hurley at St. Benedict’s Prep in Newark, N.J. – and he has long been taught the difference of right and wrong. Smith’s always loved to play the part of a tough city kid, but truth be told, he’s a soft, spoiled, suburban jump-shooter.
gq:

"Monetary success is not success. Career success is not success. Life, someone that loves you, giving to others, doing something that makes you feel complete and full. That is success." - James Avery

Mr. James Avery , thank you for bringing me so much laughter and joy throughout my childhood years. You will be missed !#jamesavery #unclephil

gq:

"Monetary success is not success. Career success is not success. Life, someone that loves you, giving to others, doing something that makes you feel complete and full. That is success." - James Avery

Mr. James Avery , thank you for bringing me so much laughter and joy throughout my childhood years. You will be missed !#jamesavery #unclephil

hiphopclassicks:

The Alchemist.

one of the best producers of all time , dont care what no one says !

hiphopclassicks:

The Alchemist.

one of the best producers of all time , dont care what no one says !

shortformblog:

The administration cited several revisions to the final bill’s detainee sections.

The bill dropped the word “requirement” from the section on the military detention of terror suspects, which was among the most contentious parts of the bill.

The legislation mandates military detention for al Qaeda terror suspects, while it grants a national security waiver for the executive branch.

The updated bill put the waiver in the president’s hands rather than the defense secretary, a change Levin said the president had asked for.

The conference bill was based on the Senate language, which was not as harsh as the House bill when it came to trying terror suspects in civilian courts.

The administration called the provision in the bill that established the authority for military detentions unnecessary, as it said this was already given to the executive branch after Sept. 11.

Looks like they did get some good changes on the bill. Still reading more, will see what else is out there.