Line-by-line analysis of the second verse of 99 Problems by Jay-Z, from the perspective of a criminal procedure professor. The calculation Jay-Z has to make is whether, knowing that the car contains concealed contraband, he’s better off trying to flee or hoping that the police won’t find the drugs during the stop. This may be …
in this game of thrones it’s eye for eye there is no middle ground you either win or die you gotta watch the cats who watch your back you can get hit quick and man that’s a fact politics and bedfellows who’s real who’s fake the surprise in your eyes when your man goes snake …
Even a year later this performance still can run shivers through my spine. Stunning.
Last week Fink, one of my favorite artists, came to Belgium to play in the Ancienne Belgique. An unfortunate event however prevented me from going. Luckily the people of 3voor12 have recorded his gig at Motel Mozaïque the day after. Best track indefinitely is the final track — “Sort of Revolution” — starting at 0:51:02
This should work: Too bad it opens up Spotify, instead of streaming the audio inline. But on the other hand, I can think of many reasons why that’s disabled. And way too cool that the embedded player actually follows along with progress meters and playing indicators as you progress listening a track and/change it in …
Wow. Really … Wow!? Also: Johnny Depp has a brother?
Lovely track (reminds me of Múm), great video.
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This is… This is… What? What?! This is huge! This is like ten CDs in one. How many songs does it have on it? (via kottke)