All Power To The Positive! Vol. #2, Episode #76.
High On G.A.M.E. (Greed, A$$hatery, Machismo, and Exploitation).
"To put it plainly, the black community got screwed by trusting two men who were never honest brokers in the political game they were playing. These men selfishly took advantage of their proximity to power, and successfully used it as leverage for their personal brands, at the expense of the black community at large.
Listen black people: Nobody cares about us. Not even the people who were hired to care about us care about us. My advice? F*ck ‘em. And I don’t just mean f*ck ‘em right now, I mean f*ck ‘em forever."
- Yvette Carnell
"For decades privacy law has aimed to protect people wherever there is a reasonable expectation of privacy. And it’s been assumed that there is no reasonable expectation of privacy in public.
But that assumption came from a time when gathering information about private lives in public was tough. Tracking the people who walk down the street, let alone identifying them, was too cumbersome to be feasible.
How things have changed. A team of researchers led by Carnegie Mellon professor Alessandro Acquisti developed an app that uses facial recognition technology combined with publicly available online and offline data to find personal information about anyone — and even predict their Social Security numbers — just by taking their picture.
“Technology is a fact about the world. Those facts have changed,” Calo told me. “The law is not unfamiliar with drawing new lines.”
And people are not unfamiliar with moving things along — when they can see what threatens them. Last month a crowd took over a community meeting to protest the planned use of surveillance drones by Seattle police. There’s no clearer target for privacy fiends than an unmanned machine flying high overhead. Or a man who shoves a camera in your face with no explanation."
-Seattle's 'creepy cameraman' questions our comfort with being watched;
The Seattle Times.
"Ice-Cream-2K12" - Emilio Rojas
"Bring 'Em Out" - T.I.
"Pound" - Stalley
"Spaz On Y'all" - Future
"???" - ??? (found online)
"Clear It Out" - Marco Polo, ft. Lala and Hi-Ki
"Bully" - Fearce Villian and Bean One
"Give It Time" - Reverie
"Ghetto" - Akon
"Nakba (Free Palestine)" - Marcel Cartier
"Cup Full Of H2O" - Itz Mainey
Israel Attacks Gaza, Over 70,000 petition to secede from the U.S., Bullying And Teen Suicide, Glen Ford (Black Agenda Report), Mark Cook (former political prisoner: Black Panther Party/George Jackson Brigade), and MORE...!