Peter Joseph – The Big Question

Peter Joseph – The Big Question

Peter Joseph is an American born Musician, Filmmaker, Author and Activist; best known worldwide as the creator of the controversial and award winning “Zeitgeist Film Series” and founder of the “The Zeitgeist Movement”, a social sustainability advocacy group which currently operates in over 70 countries. He is also the curator for the Annual Zeitgeist Media Arts Festival and is on the Advisory Board/Steering Committee for “Project-Peace on Earth”. Joseph lectures around the world on the…

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Floyd Mayweather on ESPN the Money Issue

Floyd Mayweather on ESPN the Money Issue

Las Vegas (May 2)…Undefeated Seven-Time and Five-Division World Champion and pay-per-view king Floyd “Money” Mayweather is appropriately featured on the cover of ESPN the Magazine’s annual Money Issue which hits mailboxes tomorrow and newsstands Friday.According to the ESPN, Mayweather is the highest paid player in the United States. He is readying himself for another major payday which will take place this Saturday, May 5, when he faces WBA Super Welterweight World Champion Miguel Cotto at…

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Jay Electronica — Act II: The Patents Of Nobility (The Turn) *Artwork*

  We seem to be inching closer to getting Jay Electronica’s Roc Nation debut album, Act II: The Patents Of Nobility (The Turn). The New Orleans rapper announced last month that the project was finished. Jay didn’t give a release date but 2DopeBoyz got their hands on artwork for the project that was done by FWMJ prior to Jay signing his Roc Nation deal. Via: thisis50  

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HBH Bulldog GT

That’s what Danish company HBH did for its Bulldog GT. The Bulldog takes its general form from the shapely Vantage, though the rear gets a small lip spoiler on top and the body panels surround the rear fascia. Side strakes adorn the doors and rear quarter similar to those found on Aston’s One-77. The front is slightly more stylized than the Vantage donor car, with a wide aperture and a black grille. The Bulldog GT…

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Like It Is with Gil Noble (Dr. Ivan Van Sertima, Dr. Yosef Ben-Jochannan & Dr. John Henrik Clarke)

Gil Noble is a true icon, an iconoclast if you will. He began at Ch. 7 in 1967 as the weekend nightly newscast anchor. A year later he became host and producer of Like It Is, which quickly became an important outlet for area viewers to get information on topics important to the African-American community. The show remained Noble’s only focus since 1986. And although Noble has shows and interviews on hard news topics like…

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“The Great” Al Davis Dies at 82

“The Great” Al Davis Dies at 82

Al Davis, the irascible owner of the Oakland Raiders whose feuds with the National Football League reshaped professional football over the last half century and helped spur its rise to pre-eminence in the landscape of American sports, died Saturday morning. He was 82. The Raiders said he died at his home in Oakland, Calif. Before there were sports franchise owners like George Steinbrenner, Jerry Jones or Mark Cuban, there was Al Davis, outspoken and brash,…

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Talib Kweli Joins The Occupy Wall Street Protest

The American Dream has been stolen from the world. Workers are told that they aren’t allowed health care, shelter, food. Students are told that they aren’t allowed jobs, and that they will be in debt for the rest of their lives, unable to declare bankruptcy. The 1% has destroyed this nation and its values through their greed. The 1% has stolen this world. We will not allow this to occur. The Occupy Wall Street Site

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Here’s To The Crazy Ones

Here’s To The Crazy Ones

Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo.   You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them, disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They invent. They imagine. They heal. They…

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Teddy Pendergrass with Harold Melvin The Blue Notes (Wake Up Everybody)

Wake up everybody no more sleepin in bed No more backward thinkin time for thinkin ahead The world has changed so very much From what it used to be so there is so much hatred war an’ poverty Wake up all the teachers time to teach a new way Maybe then they’ll listen to whatcha have to say Cause they’re the ones who’s coming up and the world is in their hands when you teach…

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Vapor Sky Personalized Artwork

Vapor Sky Personalized Artwork

We’re kind of audio freaks around here. We stash cash for high-performance speakers, iPhone docking units and surround sound systems that rival those installed at Regal Cinemas. We praise Bang & Olufsen. We also happen to have a strange desire to cover every square inch of wall space with uniquely awesome pieces of art, which is why we’re loving the personalized artwork from Vapor Sky. Pick a piece of audio that’s important to you—a song, a chorus…

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Ron Paul’s running mate: Jesse Ventura?

Ron Paul’s running mate: Jesse Ventura?

As presidential hopeful Ron Paul continues to gain momentum in his bid for the GOP nomination, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura has suggested that the two of them could cause quite a stir if Paul would bring him on board as his running mate. “It would create unbelievable excitement if Ron Paul and I ran as the libertarian ticket,” Ventura told radio host Alex Jones of Infowars during a Tuesday night broadcast. The former governor…

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Let’s Blame Barack Obama For Poverty

Let’s Blame Barack Obama For Poverty

If you think president Obama is the one behind this record poverty in America like “certain folks” are touting. Here’s something to think about for a second. it might be a little bit wonkish, but anyway. The Wonk Blog’s Brad Plummer writes: Were high oil prices partly responsible for the uptick in poverty this year? Yes, say Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan of the Peterson Institute for International Economics. They pored through the 2011 Census data…

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To Do Pocket Notebooks

Calling your to-do list by another name isn’t going to change the way you feel about it. Whether it’s your “Honey Do List” for stuff around the house or a “Productivity Schedule” for the office, in your mind everything gets filed under the same list: Shit I Gotta Fucking Get Done. Just be honest and call it what it is. Uncensored and unapologetic, this handy little notebook helps you keep track of the shit you…

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SERENITY Part 1

SERENITY Part 1

Boredom is the feeling that everything is a waste of time; serenity, that nothing is. ~Thomas Szasz The more tranquil a man becomes, the greater is his success, his influence, his power for good. Calmness of mind is one of the beautiful jewels of wisdom. ~ James Allen A mind at peace, a mind centered and not focused on harming others, is stronger than any physical force in the universe. ~ Wayne Dyer

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Mercedes F125 Concept

Mercedes F125 Concept

Celebrating 125 years of the automobile, Mercedes is debuting its vision for the future of the luxo-barge, the F125 Research Vehicle. At the core of the concept is the company’s F-CELL Hydrogen/Electric Hybrid powerplant that boasts a total range of 621 miles. That range is a result of a carefully constructed system of a lightweight material mix of carbon fiber, aluminum, and high-strength steel. Couple that with new, lighter-weight lithium sulphur battery technology, which on…

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Planika Quadro 24k Gold Fireplace

Designer fireplaces have emerged as an inseparable part of contemporary interior. That’s why many companies are offering different and elegant fireplaces to suit the decor of your home. One such company is Planika that is well known for its range of designer bio fireplaces such as The Fire Box which is ideal to heat things up for a hot, romantic evening or a Fire Line Automatic that is fully automatic with a large LED display…

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