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Old 03-12-2005, 08:32 PM   #1
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Ask the hiphop

go ahead, i will do my best and try and reply to all and everything. i am very much used to shocking questions, so don ´t even try unless you can come up with something really good.

other, my fields of knowledge may involve music, politics, travelling and spirituality. but you can also ask me about my childhood or sex life or girls or what my favorite cereal is. just about everything. i will try to maintain a healthy balance of expressionism and the boring truth.

i ´m really wondering if anyone has a question..
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Old 03-12-2005, 10:22 PM   #2
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What's the oldest trick in the book?
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Old 03-13-2005, 07:58 AM   #3
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Does hip hop still drive the big cars?

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What's the oldest trick in the book?
I don´t have the faintest imagination which book you mean, but the oldest trick is the rabbit out of my hat
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Does hip hop still drive the big cars?

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Most definitely. Hiphop doesn´t have a driving license, but prefers homeless American cars, Continentals, old Mustangs, Cadillacs, you get the picture when hiphop drives by.
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Why do you hiphopers curse in like every verse and than thanking God when getting an award for that song??
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Why do you hiphopers curse in like every verse and than thanking God when getting an award for that song??
Interesting question.
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Where is the jungle?
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hiphop, I hear you're quite the ladies man.

Say you met a stunning woman and went on the perfect date with her and believed her to be the love of your life, but then she disclosed that she is, in fact, a transsexual. Keep dating her, or is that situation too strange for you?

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P.S. - this is a question I always ask people who I think are at least interesting, so be honoured rather than offended.
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Why do you hiphopers curse in like every verse and than thanking God when getting an award for that song??
Thanks for the interesting question.

Because the world is full of motherfuckers, and it is our tradition to name and curse the evil in this world. However, we are very religious and if the Lord is sending us a Grammy, we know we are on the right way. We know speaking of bad things is far off from doing bad things; communication about it is good, it can release tension and anger. Its like my Princess says:

Leave us alone make your own family a better place
How much hate could we eliminate if you were down with your kids' mix tapes
Stop blaming us for all the pain and stuff, fuck, shit man, it's just a cuss we ain't that dangerous
For every song that supposedly maimed someone's life there's a million songs that changed someone's life
Change your mind chains in your mind people dyin gets defined by parents who lie and hurt their child
Dot commers don't affect migrant farmers, Bronx Bombers get paid enough to help all the baby mamas
I'm a vomit this 'til all the lobbyists in congresses keep their promises and the artists are all real artists
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dont you think your name is a tad bit too long?? it warps people's minds
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There are three locations. First, the jungle is all around me. It´s the city, the bustling life, busy people, all the chaos around. I am trying to flee the jungle around me, neon lights. It is not the world God has created, but the world man has created. The inhabitants of the cities are ill; in Africa some traditional doctors believe that a city is full of bad spirits.

The second location is the jungle of the Amazonas. I was there when I was a kid, and its very fascinating. So I kinda remember that.

The third location is metaphorical, maybe its best to explain it with a short quote by Osho, a wise man from India:

"The heart is wild, like a jungle. Intelligence is polished, refined by society, but the heart is a jungle – uncultured, uncivilized. It is like the wild animals, like the trees, like the clouds in the sky. But the hand of man has not been able to touch his heart; it cannot reach there. Society can not move beyond the head; only God can reach your heart. The man who gives up his head, his ego, his thoughts, is drenched by the shower from the clouds of Love. The soul is drenched and the jungle becomes green."

This is why I chose the jungle to be my location. When you find me being harsh, always remember I am coming from there.
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The avatar is a picture of Tricky, one of my favorite musicians and producers. Tricky was a founding member of Massive Attack, but decided to go his own ways after their first album. He has accomplished lots of incredible work, his sounds are known for their dark atmosphere. His best albums include "Maxinquaye" and "Pre - Millenium Tension". I like this picture because it is thought-provoking, hard stare, kind of hairstyle, and shirt.
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hiphop, I hear you're quite the ladies man.

Say you met a stunning woman and went on the perfect date with her and believed her to be the love of your life, but then she disclosed that she is, in fact, a transsexual. Keep dating her, or is that situation too strange for you?

Ant.

P.S. - this is a question I always ask people who I think are at least interesting, so be honoured rather than offended.
Ant, thats a good question.

However, I am not the ladies man... maybe I once was, but all I can hope for is an angel to release me. You can realize that from my posts, its long I haven´t posted kissing smilies or else, except maybe to one particular person on this forum.

I want the real thing, the very one, and so I try to be a brave man and find someone who ´s not playing around like I was, when a very long relation had ended. Ok, I know many ladies, many great women, but (maybe it surprises you to hear that) I say "no" more often than "yes".

As to the stunning transsexual. I don´t know, once (many years ago) I actually knew a transsexual. Never got to the stage of dating or more, but we were flirting. So this girl I knew had just finished her operation, right, and was taking hormones and stuff.

Well, if she had been born as a woman, I would have tried more than I actually did. But her being transsexual was a little too much. Ok, I wasn´t fully in love and didn ´t believe her to be the woman of my life. She was interesting, but I think I had fear. I mean, when she physically was a man, she surely had sexual intercourse with other men. I knew she had lived a rather liberal sexual life (and continued to do so), so it wasn ´t really meant for me. At that time of my life I was interested in everything dark, freaky or "forbidden", so it was great to know her.

If I met a stunning woman, went on the perfct date, and believed her to be the woman of my life (even if it takes more than a few dates for that, but lets suppose I am crazily in love)... and then she tells me she ´s transsexual, first of all it would make a big difference if she ´s already done with the operation. I surely would not date with a (physical) man.

But also if she was fully accustomed, to being a "real" woman, I would have a load of doubts. Maybe I want children sometime - she can ´t get them. So in order to finally reply to your question, I think I would continue to meet her: more like a friend with a little flirting maybe, but surely explain to her that I am not the man for a true, long-time relation with her.
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