Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Sunday, January 27, 2008


Lingkoya is keeping the jungle45 Black girl rule movement going at the head quarters. Photos by that dude andrew clifton Lawd!!! it feels good to be a part clothing company owner


Trees in Vending machines, say word!!!

Getting the last laugh

I know people where tripping about the sneaker heads laying in front of selected stores to get the new limited edition xx3 air jordens but go to ebay and see how much heads are willing to pay for them kicks. Next time i'm camping out

Air Jordan XX3 DVD

Edreys the baddest around

Man, I didn't know dude was putting work on youtube like that. His I like video posted on jan 13 2008 got 261,520 views and was one of the favorite videos listed on youtube when you log on the site. But peep the 1 more audition video paying homage to that classic scene on Krush Groove. O yea dude sic with the artwork too son and the blog

Edreys: One more audition

inspired by this

Black Thought murks the booth in japan


Saturday, January 26, 2008

Obama wins in SC!!!!

By DAVID ESPO and CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press Writers

Barack Obama routed Hillary Rodham Clinton in the racially charged South Carolina primary Saturday night, regaining campaign momentum in the prelude to a Feb. 5 coast-to-coast competition for more than 1,600 Democratic National Convention delegates.

"The choice in this election is not about regions or religions or genders," Obama said at a boisterous victory rally. "It's not about rich versus poor, young versus old and it's not about black versus white. It's about the past versus the future."

The audience chanted "Race doesn't matter" as it awaited Obama to make his appearance after rolling up 55 percent of the vote in a three-way race.

But it did, in a primary that shattered turnout records.

About half the voters were black, according to polling place interviews, and four out of five of them supported Obama. Black women turned out in particularly large numbers. Obama, the first-term Illinois senator, got about a quarter of the white vote while Clinton and former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina split the rest.

Clinton flew to Nashville as the polls closed, and looked ahead. "Now the eyes of the country turn to Tennessee and the other states voting on Feb. 5," she said, adding "millions and millions of Americans are going to have their voices heard."

Edwards finished a distant third, a sharp setback in the state where he was born and scored a primary victory in his first presidential campaign four years ago. Even so, he vowed to remain in the race, his goal, he said, to "give voice to all those whose voices aren't being heard."

The victory was Obama's first since he won the kickoff Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3. Clinton, a New York senator and former first lady, scored an upset in the New Hampshire primary a few days later. They split the Nevada caucuses, she winning the turnout race, he gaining a one-delegate margin. In an historic race, she hopes to become the first woman to occupy the White House, and Obama is the strongest black contender in history.

The South Carolina primary marked the end of the first phase of the campaign for the Democratic nomination, a series of single-state contests that winnowed the field, conferred co-front-runner status on Clinton and Obama but had relatively few delegates at stake.

That all changes in 10 days' time, when New York, Illinois and California are among the 15 states holding primaries in a virtual nationwide primary. Another seven states and American Samoa will hold Democratic caucuses on the same day.

Obama took a thinly veiled swipe at Clinton in his remarks.

"We are up against conventional thinking that says your ability to lead as president comes from longevity in Washington or proximity to the White House. But we know that real leadership is about candor, and judgment, and the ability to rally Americans from all walks of life around a common purpose — a higher purpose," Obama said.

Looking ahead to Feb. 5, he added that "nearly half the nation will have the chance to join us in saying that we are tired of business-as-usual in Washington, we are hungry for change, and we are ready to believe again."

Nearly complete returns showed Obama winning 55 percent of the vote, Clinton gaining 27 percent. Edwards had 18 percent and won only his home county of Oconee.

Obama also gained 25 convention delegates, Clinton won 12 and Edwards eight.

Overall, Clinton has 249 delegates, followed by Obama with 167 and Edwards with 58.

Obama also gained an endorsement from Caroline Kennedy, who likened the Illinois senator to her late father, President John F. Kennedy.

"I have never had a president who inspired me the way people tell me that my father inspired them," she wrote on The New York Times op-ed page. "But for the first time, I believe I have found a man who could be that president — and not just for me, but for a new generation of Americans."

All three contenders campaigned in South Carolina on primary day, but only Obama and Edwards arranged to speak to supporters after the polls closed. Clinton left for Tennessee as the polls were closing. After playing a muted role in the earlier contests, the issue of race dominated an incendiary week that included a shift in strategy for Obama, a remarkably bitter debate and fresh scrutiny of former President Clinton's role in his wife's campaign.

Each side accused the other of playing the race card, sparking a controversy that frequently involved Bill Clinton.

"They are getting votes, to be sure, because of their race or gender. That's why people tell me Hillary doesn't have a chance of winning here," the former president said at one stop as he campaigned for his wife, strongly suggesting that blacks would not support a white alternative to Obama.

Clinton campaign strategists denied any intentional effort to stir the racial debate. But they said they believe the fallout has had the effect of branding Obama as "the black candidate," a tag that could hurt him outside the South.

Nearly six in 10 voters said the former president's efforts for his wife was important to their choice, and among them, slightly more favored Obama than the former first lady.

Overall, Obama defeated Clinton among both men and women.

The exit polls showed the economy was the most important issue in the race. About one quarter picked health care. And only one in five said it was the war in Iraq, underscoring the extent to which the once-dominant issue has faded in the face of financial concerns.

The exit poll was conducted by Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International for The Associated Press and the networks.


Associated Press writers Beth Fouhy, Seanna Adcox and Mike Baker in Columbia, S.C., contributed to this report.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Pictures of a beautiful woman

usual we watch the ladies and listen. While we admire the sight but in this case we just can't help but to enjoy. So keep them dirty thoughts to to youself and behave, she's a artist



Wednesday, January 23, 2008

The Effects of Stress on Your Body

photo Andrew Clifton

Stress is the body's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response. The body reacts to these changes with physical, mental, and emotional responses.

Stress is a normal part of life. Many events that happen to you and around you -- and many things that you do yourself -- put stress on your body. You can experience stress from your environment, your body, and your thoughts.

How does stress affect health?
The human body is designed to experience stress and react to it. Stress can be positive, keeping us alert and ready to avoid danger. Stress becomes negative when a person faces continuous challenges without relief or relaxation between challenges. As a result, the person becomes overworked, and stress-related tension builds.

Stress that continues without relief can lead to a condition called distress -- a negative stress reaction. Distress can lead to physical symptoms including headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pain, and problems sleeping. Research suggests that stress also can bring on or worsen certain symptoms or diseases.

Stress also becomes harmful when people use alcohol, tobacco, or drugs to try to relieve their stress. Unfortunately, instead of relieving the stress and returning the body to a relaxed state, these substances tend to keep the body in a stressed state and cause more problems. Consider the following:

Forty-three percent of all adults suffer adverse health effects from stress.
Seventy-five to 90% of all doctor's office visits are for stress-related ailments and complaints.
Stress can play a part in problems such as headaches, high blood pressure, heart problems, diabetes, skin conditions, asthma, or arthritis in addition to depression and anxiety.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) declared stress a hazard of the workplace. Stress costs American industry more than $300 billion annually.
The lifetime prevalence of an emotional disorder is more than 50%, often due to chronic, untreated stress reactions.

Art of War

Miss Badu new album cover. Heads is taking it back to real timeless artwork for they joints. Gangsta!!!

Bigger Doe please!!!

Ghost ain't happy. peep the video

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Hey young world

the FACEBOOK grind

U.S. stock futures fall sharply

By TIM PARADIS, AP Business Writer
46 minutes ago
Wall Street was expected to plunge at the opening of trading Tuesday, extending its huge losses from last week and taking more cues from heavy selling that has spread throughout the world. Indicators showed the Dow Jones industrial average was set to fall by more than 500 points when trading begins.

Fears of a recession in the United States that could pull down the global economy as well have infected markets around the world, and those declines further unnerved U.S. investors who were unable to trade Monday, when Wall Street was closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Dow futures fell 553, or 4.57 percent, to 11,553. Standard & Poor's 500 index futures fell 67.20, or 5.07 percent, to 1,258.10. Nasdaq 100 index futures dropped 86.50, or 4.68 percent, to 1,763.00.

In Asia, Japan's Nikkei stock average closed down 5.65 percent — its biggest percentage drop in nearly a decade. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index lost 8.65 percent a day after showing its biggest losses since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

In afternoon trading, Britain's FTSE 100 fell 0.69 percent, Germany's DAX index lost 2.55 percent and, France's CAC-40 fell 1.39 percent.

Some of the more modest moves in major global indexes Tuesday belie the huge drops many saw Monday.

A big question on investors' minds is whether the Federal Reserve, scheduled to meet next week, will make an emergency interest rate cut before then. Traders outside the U.S. were pondering whether other central banks would step in with interest-rate cuts to help shore up market sentiment.

Last week, each of the major U.S. indexes fell more than 4 percent as investors grew skeptical late in the week that plans by U.S. lawmakers and President Bush to stimulate the U.S. economy will keep the U.S. from tipping into recession. The plan Bush announced Friday, which requires the OK of Congress, outlines $145 billion in tax relief to help spur consumer spending.

Bond prices rose sharply as investors searched for safety amid the global stock pullback. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note, which moves opposite its price, fell to 3.49 percent from 3.63 percent late Friday.

The dollar was mixed against other major currencies.

Corporate news weighed on stocks as well as concerns about the widespread pullback in stocks.

Bank of America Corp. said its fourth-quarter earnings fell sharply amid credit losses and weak investment banking results. Profits at the bank declined to $268 million, or 5 cents per share, from $5.26 billion, or $1.16 per share, a year earlier.

Meanwhile, Wachovia Corp. said its fourth-quarter earnings fell 98 percent after the bank wrote down $1.7 billion in the value of certain portfolios and set aside $1.5 billion to cover bad loans. Earnings fell to $51 million, or 3 cents per share, from $2.3 billion, or $1.20 per share, a year earlier.

There was some good news. DuPont, one of the 30 stocks that make up the Dow industrials, said its fourth-quarter profits fell 37 percent from a year ago when earnings benefited from one-time items. Earnings fell to $545 million, or 60 cents per share, from $871 million, or 94 cents per share, in the year-ago period. But excluding items, results topped Wall Street's expectations amid strength in its international business.


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Monday, January 21, 2008

New York is Ballin!!!!!

dang, I went to bed early. Now the knicks need to keep winning like they winning
New York Giants kicker Lawrence Tynes (9) reacts after making the game-winning field goal in overtime during the NFC Championship football game against the Green Bay Packers Sunday, Jan. 20, 2008, in Green Bay, Wis. The Giants won 23-20.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Brothers working it out

be on the look out for his next major show on Auburn ave Feb 21 2008

The winner is......

Roy Jones Jr. reacts after defeating Felix Trinidad in light heavyweight boxing action Saturday Jan. 19, 2008 at Madison Square Garden in New York.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Automatic classic 4 real!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

check out Proton and Holly Weerd do they thing at last night hot show and peep out the pics here in blog section



Friday, January 18, 2008


During the week while living the routine work life and waiting for the weekend is rough. So you got to have something (please make it legal) or someone to get through your week. So this some gangsta ish that made heads say word in the jungle. It's not in any particular order but you gotta love it!!!!!!

Dude if you don't know about this joint, whoa!!!!! I'm there this weekend to peep it

Automatic Classic
Word!! I get to see some ladies, a good show and handle business all on the same night.

Shahid Ali

Come on son!!! You know this had heads in the jungle amped!! Peep the and press the name in the link section for his personal site

Miya Bailey
Man!! This dude is taking it beyond the next level. He's changing the game. I love this ish!!!


Lawd!!Heads love fly artwork and my dude murks the pics and press the ghetto manga link also

Down in the fleamarket in 5 points in atlanta. My dude got old school movies on deck. This joint right here, Man!! Paul winfield is too gully in this joint, yea I said Paul Winfield breaking knee caps!!!

enjoy your weekend and remember:

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Cloverfield vs Godzilla

The marketing for Godzilla was size do matter. which they showed bits and pieces of a enourmouse creature body parts doing straight up damage to the city of New York. but with Cloverfield they got the public trying to figure out what the hell is doing damage to the city and why the heck we looking at hte staute of liberty head on the streets?. Youtube is going crazy with people posting there own ideas and meanings. So in other words. tommorow the gonna make a killin in the box office. I love fly marketing for real

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Labratz are the illest

You better believe the HYPEPHOTO

If you're photographing in color you show the color of their clothes - if you use black and white, you will show the color of their soul-HYPEPHOTO

Monday, January 14, 2008

It ain't hard to Del!!

What can i say? Dude is very very very nice with it. I was gonna copy and paste his verbals on myspace to plug. Naw he deserve actual factuals, plus you need to go to Del page for yourself and feel the full effect with the many diffrent styles of art expression,fly music plus he take pictures with fly chicks:





What's Up Doc?

who knew?

7 Medical Myths Even Doctors Believe
Robert Roy Britt
LiveScience Managing Editor

Popular culture is loaded with myths and half-truths. Most are harmless. But when doctors start believing medical myths, perhaps it's time to worry.

In the British Medical Journal this week, researchers looked into several common misconceptions, from the belief that a person should drink eight glasses of water per day to the notion that reading in low light ruins your eyesight.

"We got fired up about this because we knew that physicians accepted these beliefs and were passing this information along to their patients," said Dr. Aaron Carroll, assistant professor of pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine. "And these beliefs are frequently cited in the popular media."

And so here they are, so that you can inform your doctor:

Myth: We use only 10 percent of our brains.

Fact: Physicians and comedians alike, including Jerry Seinfeld, love to cite this one. It's sometimes erroneously credited to Albert Einstein. But MRI scans, PET scans and other imaging studies show no dormant areas of the brain, and even viewing individual neurons or cells reveals no inactive areas, the new paper points out. Metabolic studies of how brain cells process chemicals show no nonfunctioning areas. The myth probably originated with self-improvement hucksters in the early 1900s who wanted to convince people that they had yet not reached their full potential, Carroll figures. It also doesn't jibe with the fact that our other organs run at full tilt.

Myth: You should drink at least eight glasses of water a day.

Fact: "There is no medical evidence to suggest that you need that much water," said Dr. Rachel Vreeman, a pediatrics research fellow at the university and co-author of the journal article. Vreeman thinks this myth can be traced back to a 1945 recommendation from the Nutrition Council that a person consume the equivalent of 8 glasses (64 ounces) of fluid a day. Over the years, "fluid" turned to water. But fruits and vegetables, plus coffee and other liquids, count.

Myth: Fingernails and hair grow after death.

Fact: Most physicians queried on this one initially thought it was true. Upon further reflection, they realized it's impossible. Here's what happens: "As the body’s skin is drying out, soft tissue, especially skin, is retracting," Vreeman said. "The nails appear much more prominent as the skin dries out. The same is true, but less obvious, with hair. As the skin is shrinking back, the hair looks more prominent or sticks up a bit."

Myth: Shaved hair grows back faster, coarser and darker.

Fact: A 1928 clinical trial compared hair growth in shaved patches to growth in non-shaved patches. The hair which replaced the shaved hair was no darker or thicker, and did not grow in faster. More recent studies have confirmed that one. Here's the deal: When hair first comes in after being shaved, it grows with a blunt edge on top, Carroll and Vreeman explain. Over time, the blunt edge gets worn so it may seem thicker than it actually is. Hair that's just emerging can be darker too, because it hasn't been bleached by the sun.

Myth: Reading in dim light ruins your eyesight.

Fact: The researchers found no evidence that reading in dim light causes permanent eye damage. It can cause eye strain and temporarily decreased acuity, which subsides after rest.

Myth: Eating turkey makes you drowsy.

Fact: Even Carroll and Vreeman believed this one until they researched it. The thing is, a chemical in turkey called tryptophan is known to cause drowsiness. But turkey doesn't contain any more of it than does chicken or beef. This myth is fueled by the fact that turkey is often eaten with a colossal holiday meal, often accompanied by alcohol — both things that will make you sleepy.

Myth: Mobile phones are dangerous in hospitals.

Fact: There are no known cases of death related to this one. Cases of less-serious interference with hospital devices seem to be largely anecdotal, the researchers found. In one real study, mobile phones were found to interfere with 4 percent of devices, but only when the phone was within 3 feet of the device. A more recent study, this year, found no interference in 300 tests in 75 treatment rooms. To the contrary, when doctors use mobile phones, the improved communication means they make fewer mistakes.

"Whenever we talk about this work, doctors at first express disbelief that these things are not true," said Vreeman said. "But after we carefully lay out medical evidence, they are very willing to accept that these beliefs are actually false."

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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Vote for Dubelyoo

It takes 20 years to build a reputation and 5 minutes to ruin it. "So never put your name on something you are less than 100 percent proud of- Warren Buffett

Aight! Flux and I (me not pictured since I was taking the pictures) Went to the one and only Dubelyoo crib. I know flux mentioned he was going over there so I wanted to tag along and get inspired. A very good idea on my part. We built and bugged out about the art scene in Atlanta and life in general. Shady business and the lines we often get when people want art from us. But we was providing audio for Dubelyoo fly project he's working on. I'm not gonna mention what it is because it's original, but be on the look out for it. So peep the grand tour and check out Dubelyoo site at the end of the tour. You gonna be like. "Oh!! he did them pics!!!"









Friday, January 11, 2008

Quotes from a beautiful woman

Once again. If she got something to say and she looks good. Shut your yap and enjoy the sight.
Miss. Hypephoto is the illest read then see why or either or
: or




If you're photographing in color you show the color of their clothes - if you use black and white, you will show the color of their soul.

No place is boring, if you've had a good night's sleep and have a pocket full of unexposed film.

Photograph: a picture painted by the sun without instruction in art.

A photograph is usually looked at - seldom looked into.

A good snapshot stops a moment from running away.

Perishability in a photograph is important in a picture. If a photograph looks perishable we say, "Gee, I'm glad I have that moment."

When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence.

I hate cameras. They are so much more sure than I am about everything.

There will be times when you will be in the field without a camera. And, you will see the most glorious sunset or the most beautiful scene that you have ever witnessed. Don't be bitter because you can't record it. Sit down, drink it in, and enjoy it for what it is (HAHA SO TRUE)

I never question what to do, it tells me what to do. The photographs make themselves with my help

If I could tell the story in words, I wouldn't need to lug around a camera.

A picture is worth a thousand words; a slide show is both.

All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget. In this - as in other ways - they are the opposite of paintings. Paintings record what the painter remembers. Because each one of us forgets different things, a photo more than a painting may change its meaning according to who is looking at it.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Revolver for the open mind

There is something about yourself that you don't know. Something that you will deny even exists, until it's too late
to do anything about it. It's the only reason you get up in the morning. The only reason you suffer the sh*tty puss,
the blood, the sweat and the tears. This is because you want people to know how good, attractive, generous, funny,
wild and clever you really are. Fear or revere me, but please, think I'm special. We share an addiction. We're approval
junkies. We're all in it for the slap on the back and the gold watch. The hip-hip-hoo-f*ckin' rah. Look at the clever boy
with the badge, polishing his trophy. Shine on you crazy diamond, because we're just monkeys wrapped in suits,
begging for the approval of others.

The always funny thing is, that people can't handle the truth and want thins spoon feed to them. That quote up top was mentioned by the main character in the movie Revolver. This movie was so complex, so they say. That they had to edit it when it reach the states so heads could understand it. Which to me, is always a big mistake. I loved the movie myself. If your open or a artist find this movie online and peep it out yourself. I'm not even gonna breakdown for you



Nas make his rounds


14 plus

4 Steps to Living 14 Years Longer
photo andrew clifton

People With These 4 Healthy Lifestyle Habits Outlive Those Who Sit on the Sidelines
By Miranda Hitti

WebMD Medical News Reviewed by Louise Chang, MD
Jan. 8, 2008 -- Want to shed 14 years off your age? Don't smoke, get at least half an hour of daily physical activity, drink moderately, and eat five or more daily servings of fruits and vegetables.

That's the message from a new British study of healthy and not-so-healthy lifestyles and death rates among more than 20,200 men and women.

When the 11-year study began, participants were 45 to 79 years old. They reported their health history, drinking, smoking, and physical activity. They also got their height, weight, and blood level of vitamin C checked.

The researchers used blood levels of vitamin C as sign of which people ate five or more daily servings of fruits and vegetables, which are rich in vitamin C.

During the study, nearly 2,000 participants died. The death rate was four times lower for people with the following four health habits compared to those without any of those health habits:

No smoking
At least half an hour of daily physical activity
Moderate drinking (between one and 14 alcoholic drinks per week)
Eating at least five daily servings of fruits and vegetables (based on blood levels of vitamin C)
Having all four of those health habits "was equivalent to being 14 years younger," write the University of Cambridge's Kay-Tee Khaw, PhD, and colleagues. And having one, two, or three of those healthy behaviors was better than nothing.

Social class didn't explain the results. But keep in mind that doctors don't advise teetotalers to start drinking, and that it's wise to get a doctor's approval before starting a new fitness program, especially if you've been inactive for a while.

Khaw's study appears online in Public Library of Science Medicine.

(Have you added these four healthy changes to your life? How are you feeling? Talk about it on the WebMD Alternative Health message board.)


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Tuesday, January 8, 2008

A Moment of Clarity


Some Art Work



When in Rome pt2

The Finish product ladies and gentlemen. He did a wonderful job don't you agree, if you lost about what i'm taking about read lost in rome part . Church!!!!!



Sweet like honey

photo by fourtheye photography
Damn! I wish I was real fly with Miss. Baduizm to get one of these ecards.So lets all act like she personally sent it to us one you press the link