The song’s lyrics are believed to be directed towards long time nemesis Ja Rule, but 50 Cent disputed this himself in a MuchMusic interview, stating that the song was not directed against Ja Rule, “But Ja Rule is a wanksta”.
Oh man, y’all, I’m so glad I looked up the Wikipedia page for "Wanksta."
These innocent and childlike fancies are the kernel of the modern Young Hegelian philosophy, which not only is received by the German public with horror and awe, but is announced by our philosophic heroes with the solemn consciousness of its cataclysmic dangerousness and criminal ruthlessness. The first volume of the present publication has the aim of uncloaking these sheep, who take themselves and are taken for wolves; of showing how their bleating merely imitates in a philosophic form the conceptions of the German middle class; how the boasting of these philosophic commentators only mirrors the wretchedness of the real conditions in Germany. It is its aim to debunk and discredit the philosophic struggle with the shadows of reality, which appeals to the dream and muddled German nation.
The German Ideology is basically the "Wanksta" of 1846.
Extending this analogy, that makes the Young Hegelians Ja Rule.
The persistence of Ms. Jackson
The Persistence of Memory (1931), Salvador Dali / Ms. Jackson, Outkast
I like everything about this.
Otis Redding (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay
January 27, 1968 was the day that this track was released.
Automatic Otis Redding reblog.
You’re a creature of the night, [NALSR], pull your shit together!
I just got chastised for not wanting to go out later tonight.
"Stop gun violence," spotted at the California Clipper.
Barely visible: graffiti arguing that a plea to stop gun violence in Chicago is an infringement of Second Amendment rights.
I can’t even.