Alright, enough bullshit about crap rappers. This is an old track, but ‘ere’s Roll Deep with “When I’m ‘Ere.” Right proper, fam!
Because I apparently hate myself, I did a little more digging into the Kreayshawn and her White Girl Mob. Turns out Kreay Kreay’s been getting heat not necessarily because she’s a lil’ white girl rapper, but because her “sister” V-Nasty has a habit of dropping the N-Bomb. Observe. Or don’t if you don’t want your ears to bleed.
My brain hurts a lot so I’ll just let Haterazzi speak on it.
A little rant about a Kamen Rider tribute art show that I should be in, a follow up to the Improving Digital Comic sales video, and my thoughts on comics and age.
My grand uncle is in town this week along with a number of surviving Japanese American World War II Veterans to receive the Congressional Gold Medal. We met up with him and his family at a big reception held for the visiting veterans. It was amazing to see so many of them still kicking around. My grand uncle, who served in the MIS, ran into a few guys he hadn’t seen since right after the war.
I suspect you won’t be seeing much coverage of this in any of the big national news outlets, but here’s a nice article I found on Army.mil that highlights some of the vets. OC Weekly has a feature on George Okamoto. Desert News interviewed some Japanese American vets from Utah before they headed out to DC. And the Indiana Republic interviews the daughter of Ted Miyamoto who will be honored posthumously at the ceremony this week.