Friday, July 07, 2006

driving crazy

Saturday, July 01, 2006

Hood 2 hood ipod ready

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Made Niggaz Promo - Makaveli

Saturday, June 10, 2006

3gp Videos

Kid wreaks while trying to do something on his skateboard. I've never seen someone break their arm as bad as this kid breaks his.

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Police Chasing a mustang on a freeway. They try to spin the mustang out a few times. The driver of the mustang pulls some tight ass driving. a must see

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Webcam Video



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Girls get wild and naked at a college party





At a college party, 2 girls makeout and eat eachother out for the camera and for the crowd. But they aren't done yet. They decide to grab a guy to join in.






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Saturday, May 06, 2006

Nas-Original_Demo_Tape-1991


Nas-01-Understanding
Nas-02-Life Is Like A Dice Game
Nas-03-Just_Another_Day_In_Projects
Nas-04-Deja_Vu
Nas-05-Back_To_The_Grill(Featuring_MC_Serch)
Nas-06-Everything_Is_Real
Nas-07-I'm_A_Villan
Nas-08-Number_One_With_A_Bullet(Featuring_Kool_G._Rap_&_Whiteboy)
Nas-09-Nas_Will_Prevail
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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Grenade at Bush Rally Was Live

An agent for the U.S. FBI said Wednesday that a grenade thrown in the crowd during last week's speech by U.S. President George W. Bush was capable of exploding.

The statement by agent Bryan Paarmann contradicted initial reports by Georgian officials that the grenade was not in condition to explode and that it had been found on the ground rather than thrown.

Paarmann said the grenade fell about 100 feet from the podium where Bush was speaking and ``simply failed to function due to a light strike on the blasting cap.''

The grenade was wrapped in a dark handkercheif when it was thrown, he said.

``We consider this act to be a threat against the health and welfare of the president of the United States as well as the welfare of the mulitudes of Georgian people who turned up for this event,'' Paarmann said.

Bush spoke to tens of thousands of people in Freedom Square, a main plaza in Tbilisi, the Georgian capital, on May 10. The crowd response was overwhelmingly favorable, and Bush spoke in strong support of Georgia's efforts at democratic development following the Rose Revolution of 2003.

No arrests have been made in the case, and police have appealed to the public to offer photos and videotapes that may contain information on the perpetrator.

Souce: http://www.guardian.co.uk/