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Drake OFFICIALLY took the BUCKS soul with DISRESPECTFUL ig avy :mjLetMefu-kOnYoDaughter:

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2 hours ago

Is dude gay for dating a transgender?

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wild'ish | By Top Shelf

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4 hours ago

Chick wearin a Pusha T shirt at the game lol

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  sports | By Big Black Cobra

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9 hours ago

 Cyn Out Here Tryin To Get That Booty Ate

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9 hours ago

 Ana Cheri

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Happy Halloween ðð Tag a FRIEND! AnaCheri.com

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Bonus Research for y'all niccaaas

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6 hours ago

RZA puts away rumors

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  hiphop | By Big Black Cobra

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Backstage in Oslo

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3 hours ago

 I really got to get me some Mountain Dew

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thotsdimesetc | By micropave

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Just DEW me ð

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hiphop | By KingOfBoxden

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5 hours ago

Kemba Walker Says F*ck That Supermax Its All About Winning

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  sports | By Dun Language

That nigga gone.

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5 hours ago

Lost respect for Fab after this

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  hiphop | By EastAfrican

All that twiter talk n he never responded to K Dot 's "King of NY" line

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  sports | By suavehooper

Drake LOST. No more dancing on the sidelines like a cheerleader

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1 hour ago

We Really One Game From the Finals 😥

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  sports | By SleepTightt

I had to log in one time for the one time

Keep holding it down old and new raptor users... everyone know how the city feeling

From TJ ford and mike James to kawhi Leonard and ka why hi Leo Nard

Bouta sign up for 2 credit cards for Game 1 fuck financial literacy

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9 hours ago

May 22 - Wreck of last slave ship from Africa located off Alabama coast

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  news | By Aztlan

Researchers have located the remains of the last known ship to have brought slaves to the U.S. from West Africa, Alabama historical officials announced Wednesday.

The Alabama Historical Commission confirmed that the Gulf schooner Clotilda was identified and verified after months of assessment.

"For nearly 160 years, the waters around Mobile have concealed the final destination of the Gulf Schooner Clotilda, the commission said in a statement.

"The discovery of the Clotilda is an extraordinary archaeological find," said Lisa Demetropoulos Jones, executive director of the commission. "The voyage represented one of the darkest eras of modern history and is a profound discovery of the tangible evidence of slavery."

In 1860, Clotilda illegally transported 110 men, women and children to Mobile from what is now the African country of Benin. The ship was then taken into delta waters north of the port and burned.
The dimensions and construction of the wreck match those of the Clotilda, the commission said, as do building materials including locally sourced lumber and metal pieces made from pig iron. There are also signs of fire.

"We are cautious about placing names on shipwrecks that no longer bear a name or something like a bell with the ship's name on it," maritime archaeologist James Delgado said in a statement. "But the physical and forensic evidence powerfully suggests that this is Clotilda."

According to National Geographic, the smuggling venture originated with a wager by wealthy Mobile landowner and shipbuilder Tim Meaher, who bet a group of Northern businessmen that he could bring slaves to Alabama.

Importing slaves into the U.S. had been illegal since 1808 and federal anti-piracy laws had been changed in 1820 to make participating in the trade punishable by death. However, the ban did not deter smugglers who traveled the Atlantic with wooden ships full of people in chains. Southern plantation owners needed workers for their cotton fields.

According to the online Encyclopedia of Alabama, approximately 25 of the Africans who were taken on board the Clotilda were sold to slave traders. Sixty others were divvied up between Meaher and two of his relatives, while "between five and eight" were given to the ship's captain, William Foster as payment for the voyage.

The captives were freed from slavery following the Civil War and about 30 of them used the money earned working in fields, homes and vessels to purchase land from the Meaher family and settle in a community still known to this day as Africatown.

"Residents of Africatown have carried the memory of their ancestors who were forcefully and violently migrated from Africa to the shores of Alabama," the commission said. "Since then, the final chapter of the Clotilda story has been shrouded in mystery."

The commission is expected to release the full report on their investigation into Clotilda next week at a community celebration in Africatown.

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3 hours ago

 Marquise Jackson Says 50 Cent Owes Him Money

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2 hours ago

T.I. and Charlamagne met with top goon of D.C. Lil' Donald Trump on tha low?

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Attorney Antonio Moore discusses the T.I., CBC and Charlamagne's meeting with Trump's administration and the Congressional Black Caucus for Opportunity Zone funding.

What part of da game iz dis?

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9 hours ago

 Mitchell & Ness 30% Off Everything 24 Hour Sale !!!!

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9 hours ago

Jalen Rose just ended his beef w/ Chris Webber on Get Up because of Juwan Howard

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  sports | By Prodigital SC

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1 hour ago

I'm sorry, but how you a NFL MVP Superbowl champ but can't chug a beer.

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sports | By David akaLegion

This shit is a fucking disgrace.
I mean at least keep doing even though your chug time might be shit you lil bitch.

He's definitely getting hurt again next season or wont crack 7 wins.

Also Raiders smacking that ass week 7

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4 hours ago

Drake dropping 8 PM in Toronto Tonight?

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4 hours ago

May 23 - Another Former Obama And Clinton Official Found Dead By Suicide

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By*Associated Press and Adam Edelman

Alan Krueger, a groundbreaking Princeton University economist who served as a top adviser in two Democratic administrations, died over the weekend, according to a statement from the university. He was 58.

The cause of death was suicide, Krueger's family said in a statement released by Princeton.

“It is with tremendous sadness we share that Professor Alan B. Krueger, beloved husband, father, son, brother, and Princeton professor of economics took his own life over the weekend," the family said. "The family requests the time and space to grieve and remember him."

Krueger was an expert on the labor market and, in particular, the impact of a minimum wage. His research concluded that a higher minimum wage did not generally slow hiring as many conservative critics have argued.

After serving as a Labor Department economist under President Bill Clinton, Krueger worked for President Barack Obama as a top Treasury official and then as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers from 2011 to 2013.

"Over the weekend, America lost a brilliant economist, and many of us lost a dear friend," Obama said in statement Monday in which he warmly remembered his former colleague.

"Alan was someone who was deeper than numbers on a screen and charts on a page. He saw economic policy not as a matter of abstract theories, but as a way to make people’s lives better," Obama said, adding that, "through it all, he had a perpetual smile and a gentle spirit — even when he was correcting you."
That’s what made him Alan — a fundamentally good and decent man," Obama said.

Krueger had been teaching at Princeton since 1987. His research extended to such issues as economic inequality and the consequences of opioid addiction for the job market.

He also applied his economic work to some unconventional areas. Krueger found, for example, a surging wealth gap within pop music, illustrating in a 2005 paper how an increasing share of concert revenue was flowing to a narrow top sliver of recording artists.

While serving under Obama, he developed and popularized the concept of the "Great Gatsby Curve." It showed that high economic inequality corresponds with low economic mobility on a generation-to-generation basis. In short, it meant that when economic disparities between the rich and everyone else are wide, people's ability to improve their financial health depends even more heavily on their parents' economic status.

The curve was named after F. Scott Fitzgerald's iconic literary character Jay Gatsby, who rose from being a poor Midwestern boy to a wealthy bootlegger.

But Krueger was perhaps best-known for his research on the minimum wage with David Card. Their 1993 paper found that a rise in New Jersey's minimum wage had had no effect on employment in the state's fast-food sector compared with the same sector just across the state line in Pennsylvania.

Admired in both economic and political circles, Krueger was known as an avid tennis player and for frequently taking time to discuss the nuances of public policy with reporters.

Gene Sperling, who worked with Krueger in the Obama administration as the director of the National Economic Council, tweeted: "Just shocked, just stunned, so, so saddened."

"Alan has been my friend and colleague for over 20 years — and one of the very most consequential economists of our generation," Sperling said. "His pathbreaking work on minimum wage was only one of many ways he used his genius for the good of all."

I wonder what the gonna put on him now even @messy marv stan knows this is yet another body by the Clinton hit squad

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