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New Young Pony Club | “Chaos” | Video 2010

From the album: The Optimist | Release Date: March 1st 2010

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The Broken Keys | “The Witch” | Audio

SEEDA | A-Thug | “Poetry of Freedom” | Japanese Hip Hop

Tinie Tempah | “Pass Out” | 2010 Official Video

Official HD Promo Video for Tinie Tempah’s new track Pass Out“.
For more information on Tinie Tempah, his official website is: www.tinietempah.com

Princess Nyah, Random Impulse and a host of other Artists’ spit verses to the Pass Out track. Pass Out seems to be the HOT UK joint right now. Sounds like it’s bringing out the best lyrics and/or flows from anyone who uses it. I’d like to hear a HOT rapper from the U.S. kill it.
Enjoy.

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Princess Nyah | “Pass Out” Freestyle

(pic: Princess Nyah – Myspace)


Joell Ortiz | “Project Boy” | New Rap | 2010 Hip Hop

http://www.rapblog.ch/wp-content/uploads/2010/freetracks/07/joell-project.mp3″

(audio: Rap Blog / Pic: Black Out Hip Hop

Kooley High feat. Median | “Solitude” | CD: Eastern Standard Time

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(Audio: U-Share / Pic: Flawless Hustle)

Kooley High | “Kooley is High” (video)

I found Die Antwoord on Chet Hondo’s Blog Page

Die Antwoord

DIE ANTWOORD (Myspace) is from CAPE TOWN, South Africa.
They have one of the weirdest music videos that I’ve seen yet.
Still figuring out how to categorize it. Very Interesting.

The Crew: DIE ANTWOORD
The White Rapper: Ninja
The Big Guy: Dj Hi-Tek
The Little Dude: DJ Leon Botha
The Blond Girl: Yo-Landi Vi$$er

Web Site: http://www.dieantwoord.com/

Video Below: DIE ANTWOORD | “ENTER THE NINJA”

Video Below: DIE ANTWOORD | “Zef Side”

Yo-Landi Vi$$er of the group Die Antwoord has
a song called “RICH BITCH” that I think I’m feeling.
Die Antwoord - Yolandi Visser

Check out the audio below:
Yo-Landi Vi$$er | “RICH BITCH”
http://mikolajzych.wrzuta.pl/sr/f/67zOUntF4lY/die_antwoord_-_rich_bitch.mp3″
(audio: Wortza.pl)
I’m still trying to gather my thoughts about everything that’s been presented to me about Die Antwoord up to this point.

For more recent News about Die Antword, check Out this article by: Marius Bosch

Comments?
(images via: Watkykjy & Mhambi

A .22-caliber pistol with a high-tech safety feature. Made by German company Armatix, the pistol will only fire if it is within a few inches of a special wristwatch, which sends a “wireless arming signal” to the pistol.

An LED Light at the back of the pistol flashes green to signify that it is unlocked; the LED turns red when the arming signal is not detected.

The Armatix website describes a highly similar concept for a gun, but adds that not only will the gun be tied to a specific wristwatch, the wristwatch will be paired to a specific fingerprint as well. I’m not sure if the actual gun-watch combo has this functionality. A limited edition version of the high-tech pistol will be available starting next month for €7,000 (approx. $9,700 USD).

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Armatix will eventually offer higher caliber guns, like this colossal revolver, as well as rifles and shotguns.

(Via TechnaBob & Danger Room )

Photos courtesy of Bryan William Jones

(Original Post: Think Geek.com)

must… have… more… caffeine… As seen on The Big Bang Theory!

You live and code by this alkaloid, why not wear your badge of addiction for all to see? Kind of like a scarlet molecule. Except it’s green.

Caffeine molecule printed in lime green on a navy shirt.

Here’s some info…
In chemical line-angle structures (like the structure of caffeine shown on our t-shirt), carbon and hydrogen are not usually shown explicitly. Carbon is assumed to be at every junction of lines, and the proper number of hydrogen atoms needed to give each carbon a total of four bonds is assumed. This representation of the caffeine molecule is simplified based on these rules and is widely used and recognized throughout the scientific community.

(Source: Think Geek)

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Here’s another wacky kanji T-shirt featuring beautiful characters penned with a traditional writing brush (fude pen). A parody of famous shima-bito (Island-Person) designs from Okinawa, this shirt proudly proclaims you as a sake-bito, literally a “person of sake” or someone who loves to drink all forms of alcohol. (Sake, pronounced sah-KAY, can refer to normal rice wine as well as all other forms of alcohol.) Hiragana characters are written beside the kanji to illustrate the pronunciation and give the shirt a unique Japanese look and feel. A great wacky Japanese T-shirt for everyone who likes to party, recommended for retailers located near universities.

(Source: Think Geek)