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Movie Talk / Closing Time?
« on: March 06, 2012, 11:02:07 PM »
I

At one in the morning
Three in the morning
At four in the morning
It won't let go
It wears me like a shell wears a tortoise
Like spots cover a leopard
Like stripes whip a tiger
It is wearing me down
I know it will destroy me.
But does it want to it defeat me too?

II

That which makes me
Breaks me
That which I consume
Devours me
My pa**ion has a pa**ion
And it is pa**ionately killing me
I ask it to be reasonable
But I guess it learnt from the best
I ask for another chance
And even though I know it will destroy me.
It's defeat that's bothering my a**


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General Discussion / Long day. Let's drink.
« on: February 16, 2012, 06:41:09 PM »

Half full. Half empty
Life is a perfectly poured pint.
In a gla**.
So much promise. Relief in hand. A heaven sent.
And the best, like bubbles, do rise to the top.
Only to get gobbled up by some sad f***er complaining about rent.

Cheers.

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Movie Talk / Re: After Beginners
« on: November 28, 2011, 04:28:25 PM »
Go ahead. Be very interested to hear that.
Wrote this after I walked out of the movie, "Beginners" and don't know why.     

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Movie Talk / After Beginners
« on: November 28, 2011, 03:56:09 PM »
Mothers and fathers wish that it wasn't this hard.
Mothers will let you hide between their long summer dresses and petticoats from that relative who gives sloppy kiss.
Fathers will smack the back of your head to build up your tolerance to the hard hits that you will experience later on in life.

It feels perverse that these scrapes, cries and f***-its are there to build you.
That ultimately you being broken, then moulded only to become just another brick in the wall of human advancement.
And that's only if you get it right.
And to do that you have to get it wrong.
A lot of times.           

Your mother and your father will watch you as you grow.
And they'll fight with you because they think you are making it harder on yourself.

By falling in love with that boy from the parallel tracks.
By believing in the poetry of your time.
By having you heart broken so hard that you cry until you lose your breath and sound like a vacuum cleaner whose pipe gets stepped on again and again.

They will say, "Does she not know that she can get another one?"
"He was never good enough anyway"           

In life, you will be asked a lot of questions.
That's what life is about- not experiences.
They come after the questions like,
"Have you smoked this before?"
"It's okay, if you promise to pull out "

The questions will become harder.
And mothers will ask why are you not like your sister.
Father will curse themselves for not smacking you harder. 

It's hard.
And when something comes against something hard, it breaks.
Especially people.
You will find them in the next office.
At the till at Pick n Pay
On the other side of the bed.
People who find it so hard it hurts just thinking about it.
To steel themselves they will create things and hates.
And run to churches.

But when they talk about love, they talk about its rot.
When they talk of flowers it's at a graveyard.
When they talk about life, it's not.

At the bottom you will find those who never want it to be hard.
These people create nothing.
Love nothing. Achieve nothing.
And run away from everything.

In the middle are those who believe that the gods have it in for them.
They cry and then laugh.
Embrace them. Love these people.
They make great babysitters.

It's hard and it will break you.
Let it break you. Go on let it go on with it. 
And one day people will come up to you and say, "We never knew you were this beautiful"             
                           

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Politics / Re: The Truth vs Charles Taylor
« on: August 16, 2010, 10:02:34 AM »
Its interesting to know that the "great" Mandela wines and dines with tyrants.

"We are willing to do business with any gorvenment regardless of their internal policies" - Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela

Yet people praise this man like he is for the people. fckn sellout.

First cite the source quote above.

No leader would ever say something like that, not only is it political suicide it's just clumsy.

What Mandela said was that he would never turn his back on any country that supported the freedom struggle including some that are perceived as tryrants like Castro, Gaddafi...

The only reason Taylor was even invited to South Africa was not so that he can be praised and "wined" and "dined" it was to convince him to give up power and stop the hacking and killing of his own people and those in Sierra Leone for diamonds. And it worked he gacve up power and went into exile in Nigeria.
That worked for peace in those two countries... you don't like that. Cool. You don't get it. I don't know.
The diamond trial is only a joke as long as Bush and Blair can never be brought in front an international court to answer for Iraq.  Otherwise...

No one is perfect, but people who obsess about trying to bring down Mandela really do deserve Zuma et al                         

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Hip Hop Events / Re: Back to the City 2010
« on: April 28, 2010, 09:44:49 AM »
When it comes to the whole who deserves to be on the line-up...

For me it doesn't matter if they are unsigned or big. My rule would be, woiuld this person support the show if they were not playing. O.S.T or The Bank?
That's the difference between Tuni and Glittz Gang.

Otherwise show was dope, the Federation killed it.
Along with Mothipa, Deep Soweto           

 

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General Discussion / Linda Tripp
« on: April 14, 2010, 12:42:16 PM »
is okay. But Vast killed Sole with this
"I'm Atoms Fam to the bone marrow
f*** a soul/Sole, even God knows this body is hollow
you love New York, but New York don't love you
you're just a toy with Lucille Ball's hairdo"

and it wasn't even his beef.

Uh... carry on.     

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Hip Hop Events / DJ Babu
« on: March 26, 2010, 10:55:25 AM »
Yes Yes Ya'll! Kool Out Entertainment and Butan Wear, the people that brought you People Under the Stairs and John Robinson, is bringing you another banger!!!!

This month Kool Out Live will feature DJ Babu of Dilated Peoples and World Famous Beat Junkies. Babu will be killin it with a turntablism show and a banging hip hop set. Not to be missed!

This Filipino-American DJ and one-third of the hip hop crew Dilated Peoples is one of the most well-known and respected turntablists in the world recognized on the same level as Qbert and Mixmaster Mike.

As a founding member of the DJ crew, The Beat Junkies, Babu has competed at multiple DJ events winning the Vestax World Championships and multiple ITF titles.

DJ Babu has also featured on numerous acts alongside groups such as Jura**ic 5, Swollen Members and The Visionaries. As a producer, he created the most popular battle record of all time, Super Duck Breaks.

Friday, March 26
Kool Out Live Johannesburg
in collaboration with Music Atlastô

OST
Cnr Henry Nxumalo and Bree Street, Newtown
R100 Door

Featuring:
Romz Deluxe
Symatics
Themba
Tha Muzik
Captain Schti
Infinite


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Politics / Re: Winnie on Mandela
« on: March 09, 2010, 04:36:06 PM »
The thing with being a revisionist and generally an underwhelming person is that you donít know what true leadership and leadership qualities are.
Itís the mob psychology shit.
You canít bear to see that there is someone better and simply truly extra-ordinary- so you gang up with your other underwhelming friends and you kill foreigners, kill for Zuma and in this case think itís cool to dis Nelson Mandela.

He was a good leader.
How?
He set out to avoid South Africa going the way of other African countries after liberation. He preached reconciliation.
He set off to do the nation building.
He then had the vision and will-power to ask his party, and then us to follow him.
And we all did, that includes Winnie Mandela at the meetings, and voters at the poll.
He achieved this. Vision + will-power + results= Good leader.       
 
You know what else makes a good leader?
One who can be figurehead and trust those around him to do the on the ground work.
I believe in business itís called, delegation.
Closer to home example? You wouldnít like it if you editor writing all the articles you write.   
He did that with Thabo Mbeki, and we all know how he turned out to be later.     

He raises money for charity and his party? Where is the problem there?   

This government has done a lot for the poor, not enough, but a lot.
Houses were built. Affirmative Action is being applied. Social grants are given out.

Corruption is a f***ing curse, but we ought to be smart enough to not to be one-sided, just with the complaints, because it means we will always be fighting- talking past each other. This is just a pragtical smart way to solve issues.

The problem with South Africans is that we are reactionaries and not actors.
For example the crime problem can be sorted with education- we want the death penalty.                       

Agree with you?  Why would I want you to agree with me?
Iíve already stated what I feel about your comprehension skill.   

P.S Another thing Iím picking up this interview was done at her home with some people she was hosting, she was probably drunk (not in a bad way just loose) and thought this was off the record talk between friends.
Iíll bet my last cent thatís the truth and she will come out and say that.   
   

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Politics / Re: Winnie on Mandela
« on: March 09, 2010, 03:43:14 PM »
Your lack of insight, rationality and diagnostic skills is pitiful.

I think we may have to apply this to you.

Go read up a little, instead of basking in the glow of tha Madiba Myth, you ignorant f***.

It is under Mandela's rule that the concept of cader deployment was first implemented and became standard practice. It was under his rule that most of our current problems shot roots and grew to become the giant f*** ups that they are today.

He was at most a figurehead. A symbol of black benevolence, while blacks still starve and we pretend like we enjoy the a**f***ing we get, because its all cool as long as its a black dick up there and Madiba can smile at us afterwards.

Look here you, bozo you canít call someone a figurehead and then go on to blame them for something that Mbeki (cadre deployment) did.
Do you get that?

Two, Winnie is not talking about cadre deployment- she is saying that Mandela sold black people out- well, guess what,  she was part of the decision.
And now she wants to change and say it was wrong to be a populist.

Three, there is nothing wrong with cadre deployment- why would you fight for a country and then hire someone who holds DA policies at heart and promotes them to run the country.

But like anything you need qualified people. The only thing I agree with in her interview- niggas needed to go to school and get experience- you just donít run a car.       
         

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Politics / Re: Winnie on Mandela
« on: March 09, 2010, 03:27:49 PM »
I have never agreed with anything Winnie says more than this.

Finally someone has the balls to speak up on what many of us are thinking.

I hope you never have to write opinion pieces for whatever- 12 pages max, low-res pictures using, highschool-esque newspaper whose biggest advertiser is a lay-by furniture shop you end up working for and stick with cattle thieving and sheep shagging.

Your lack of insight, rationality and diagnostic skills is pitiful.     

You're not a writer. You're reporter.     
I'll tell Media24 to withdraw all the papers with opinion pieces I have written over the past two years then.

If any of you have any papers wiht those, please mail them back and I will try to get you your money back.


You don't agree with me? State your point or f*** off.

Isn't this the same a** who always has beef, yet never seems possible to state his point logically?

Donít apologise to me. Iíve never had the misfortune of reading any of that.   

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Politics / Re: Winnie on Mandela
« on: March 09, 2010, 03:24:00 PM »
To be on topic, the cat is 99 years old.
Should he be fighting with Malema every NEC?
She is on the NEC let her stand up.   

Also they (we) all agreed to go for reconciliation instead of revenge.
Maybe if she wasn't too busy sleeping with Dali she might have been able to tell him she does not agree with it and influence him.

The problems of the world are people like this and the fools that agree with them.

I'll take a decisive leader like Mandela, who took a bet on black forgiving and a risk on whites repenting, even if that leader fails over that Mr Agree-to-everyone Zuma. It's obvious you guys deserve him.         

Lastly he has a foundation that uses him to raise money for people who need it. 
And this is a bad thing?   
   

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Politics / Re: Winnie on Mandela
« on: March 09, 2010, 03:12:14 PM »
I have never agreed with anything Winnie says more than this.

Finally someone has the balls to speak up on what many of us are thinking.

I hope you never have to write opinion pieces for whatever- 12 pages max, low-res pictures using, highschool-esque newspaper whose biggest advertiser is a lay-by furniture shop you end up working for and stick with cattle thieving and sheep shagging.

Your lack of insight, rationality and diagnostic skills is pitiful.     

You're not a writer. You're reporter.     



 

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Humour / Jokes / Re: Facebook revenge FTW
« on: February 19, 2010, 05:28:03 PM »
*Dead*

Pardon me but what's a V-Card?

vagina
No.

It's a Virginity Card boys and girls can have it. Slight difference.     

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Politics / Re: Mandela is named as MI6 agent
« on: February 01, 2010, 12:57:26 PM »
Kids.

It called politics which is what he was.

Written by someone different - meaning not wanting to be sensational- the book would be about how shrewd he was.
Being saved twice by M16
Thwarting the Libyian dictator (he is)
That's if it's true.     

 "There is nothing defamatory about being a recruit for MI6," he said.
 

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