Sorry, but I haven't yet shared the information about myself that would typically display here. Check back later to see if that changes, or if I instead choose to remain an enigma.
Cheers for doing laundry!
Oh, and has anyone played Grand Theft Auto yet? I can't get off my Xbox for the life of me.
Passed the test on Saturday, went to the RMV and applied for it today. Fuck yeah!
I have absolutely no idea what that game was about.
Picked up a few (haha a few) albums today at Newbury Comics. The most I've ever dropped on CDs before but I haven't bought anything new in a few months.
3rd Bass- The Cactus Album
Atmosphere- Sad Clown Bad Summer EP
Atmosphere- Sad Clown Bad Fall EP
Atmosphere- Sad Clown Bad Winter EP
Black Sheep- 8WM/Novakane
Del Tha Funkee Homosapien- I Wish My Brother George Was Here
Ghostface Killah- Ironman
Ghostface Killah- The Big Doe Rehab
It seems at this point I'm only buying CDs to add to my collection. Before I used to buy albums that were classics, now I'm adding to my collection albums from artists I'm interested in or already have good albums from. How'd I do?
The Ma Dukes paid for my driving school, which saves me about $400. Now all I have to do is save up for the insurance to pay for my car and I'll be all set.
Talib Kweli's album dropped a few weeks ago, I thought Ear Drum was great no filler just ill tracks on it. Common about two months ago. It does have Kanye fingerprints all over it, but it's still good. Kanye's album came out Tuesday, no Grammy winner but I still enjoyed it. Kanye also beat out 50 Cent, which is good. As much as I hate 50, he still moves units which is important in today's day and age. Ten years age it didn't mean much, but he does drive people to leave their houses to go to the store and buy music which they can get for free. So that's always good. I still have to listen to Aesop Rock's new LP, but expecting good results on that too. Let's hope music will only get better.