Really niggas?

So I have noticed that the new trend among hood niggas is to do something overt and explicit and post it to I am desperate for attention just like any body else or maybe even more but…really niggas? This kind of stuff is… I don’t know what to say. It wouldn’t be so bad if it was only black people who could watch it and judge it, but what we fail to realize is that everyone can see this stuff. So in essence we are adding fuel to the fire that is is black ignorance.  And honestly I can’t rightly disagree with anyone who makes that claim after seeing these videos. All disgust and disgrace aside…I have watched these shits like 3o times a piece each LOL.

Party in the Bronx     Get at me World Star…     Free Tattoo

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  1. DARPA Scores a Huge Victory in Apple’s iPhone 4SIt is never easy to predict when a malitiry-funded innovation can satisfy a commercial need. And it’s especially doubtful that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) could have predicted that the ‘Personalized Assistant that Learns’ (PAL) program would eventually be used by millions of people around the world. Yet that is exactly what is about to happen, when Apple, Inc releases its iPhone 4S with the Siri Personal Assistant. Apple purchased Siri Incorporated in 2010, about two years after Siri was spun out of SRI International. Prior to the spin-out, Siri’s core technology was developed under multi-million dollar DARPA grant. It’s clear from this video that DARPA’s intended customer was not the smart phone user, but instead a malitiry officer issuing orders in a command center. Luckily for DARPA, and iPhone users worldwide, SRI International saw the potential to employ PAL in the embedded environment. As a result, we iPhone users will all soon be benefiting from DARPA’s investment.


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