Just a thought.

The Office
March 22, 2008, 4:37 pm
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I kinda like the concept of The Office. In conversation, The Office offers just crazy lines that can be applied to any situation. For example, “Diversity tomorrow, because today is almost over” can be used in almost everything I do in my life. “Laundry tomorrow, because today is almost over. Haircut tomorrow, because today is almost over. Go on a dragon quest tomorrow, because today is almost over.” So many ways. I mean just see what you can come up with this quote.

Michael Scott: Toby is in HR, which technically means he works for corporate, so he’s really not a part of our family. Also, he’s divorced, so he’s really not a part of his family.


But my point is that in conversation, The Office provides a way we can all talk about it for its humor. It gets brought up, and you find out other people watch it too. Or you decide to watch it because it’s brought up. What it comes down to is that people can use the excuse of watching it for humor to gain access to the cool stories that these characters have. I mean I can’t resist not paying attention to Jim and Pam’s thing, Micheal’s impression that good business requires just good charisma, and Office Olympics. And these two.

Anyways, I really like how my future questions are really explored in The Office. HAHA

Dwight Schrute: A thirty year mortgage at Michael’s age essentially means that he’s buying a coffin. If I were buying my coffin, I would get one with thicker walls… so you couldn’t hear the other dead people.


Be Easy
March 19, 2008, 11:39 pm
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Jay Electronica’s making my ears bleed hip-hop. “It’s bigger than religion. Hip Hop.” – Ms. Badu

Be Easy
Pawn the E6 move swift but cunning
Keep my knights on flank and my bishops gunning
my B.L. Queens she hold me down lovely
the gravitational pull’s too strong for you to budge me
It’s a…Lyrical miracle pound for pound syllable for syllable I’m the unfuck-widdable
80% of my life I was subject to ridicule
But it was the fuel to help me to reach the pinnacle
This flow like snowman I’m abominable
This war has scarred me but the damage was minimal
Paid dues slaid crews did my share of dirt but never made news the God stay smooth
Made moves like Kasparov My sins like snakeskins
Homie I cast them off
Me the elite crew Crusher
The God-Fearin’ zone rusher
Perform under pressure
Nobody’s Fresher
The Soul-stepper
Swear, spit that while listening to Jay Electronica’s “Be Easy” 2nd verse, you’ll feel what Langston Hughes must’ve felt in the 1920s. Straight truth.

The Freshest
March 3, 2008, 9:06 pm
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Fresh new music, y’all. So fresh, you wanna save it for later.