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"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."

"It may be true that the law cannot make a man love me, but it can stop him from lynching me, and I think that's pretty important."

- Martin Luther King Jr.

Friday, July 19 2013.
  Wigger Please! by xombi at 10:54 CST.
Over the last few years a few of you have asked about my brother's documentary film, Wigger Please. He recently completed it and is submitting it to film festival's this summer. A Facebook page for the project is up, and is a great place to follow all the happenings of the project, and also get started on a conversation around some of issues covered in the film. It is located:
  4 fools are already blabbin' . Throw your 2 cents in.

Friday, November 12 2010.
  More dizz-own time by xombi at 09:59 CST.
Site outages this weekend.

Theme Music: A Tribe Called Quest's "Bonita Applebum (12' Why Edit)"
  11 fools are already blabbin' . Throw your 2 cents in.

Monday, August 02 2010.
  Short update by xombi at 22:53 CST.
A small update has been posted.

Theme Music: Sleepy Brown ft OutKast's "I Can't Wait"
  5 fools are already blabbin' . Throw your 2 cents in.

Friday, February 12 2010.
  I don't promote no junk by xombi at 10:41 CST.
Google shuts down music blogs without warning:

In what critics are calling "musicblogocide 2010", Google has deleted at least six popular music blogs that it claims violated copyright law. These sites, hosted by Google's Blogger and Blogspot services, received notices only after their sites - and years of archives - were wiped from the internet.

. . .

Jolly as Google may be, none of the bloggers who received these notices are "understanding" in the least. Although such sites once operated on the internet's fringes, almost exclusively posting songs without permission, many blogs are now wined, dined and even paid (via advertising) by record labels. After the success of blog-buzzy acts such as Arcade Fire, Lily Allen and Vampire Weekend, entire PR firms are dedicated to courting armchair DJs and amateur critics.

What do I have around these parts? Lame ass people constantly taking my constantly changing email address and "subscribing" me to their stupid spam of low budget promos for their whack ass indie singles no one will ever care about. I mean the stuff they are peddling is bad imitations of Rick Ross, and he's got no talent to begin with.

I've done something seriously wrong in this life.

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  10 fools are already blabbin' . Throw your 2 cents in.

Saturday, October 31 2009.
  Keepin' it Real by xombi at 18:36 CST.
As I promised, here it is.

Theme Music: Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth's "For Pete's Sake"
  7 fools are already blabbin' . Throw your 2 cents in.