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Monday, 27 November 2006
BSOTS 030 - one year later... (pt. two)
Now Playing: gospel music on 1190 wlib am radio
Topic: my podcasts

part two of the one-year anniversary. i announce that there's a show from late april of this year that has the most listeners, but according to libsyn.com, two other shows have surpassed it. one's from september and i think the other's from june, both of which have been listened to at least 170 times by last count. NOICE.

seeing as how i say "welcome to camp lo-fi" during my introduction, it's rather cool that i get to play camp lo on the show (gotta love promonet...). "luchini" comes from their uptown saturday night album. recently found out that two albums followed their debut: let's do it again and a piece of the action. my black cinema buffs out there already know the deal, but for those who aren't in the know, camp lo named all three albums after a trilogy of '70s flicks starring sidney poitier and bill cosby.

that's pretty much it. some good music on this episode...hip-hop, soul, electronic, even some rock and gospel. listen closely to the sister gertrude morgan joint: is it just me or does she drop her tambourine during the song? oh yeah, you may notice a slight drop in pitch about a minute into it - i'm pretty sure that's part of the recording. everytime i've heard it (from different sources), it has included that digital slur.

last but not least, don't sleep on the opener from maspyke - it spanks. enjoy...

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maspyke*step Maspyke - Static - Step

alice smith*love endeavor Alice Smith - For Lovers, Dreamers & Me - Love Endeavor

roisin murphy*if we're in love Roisin Murphy - Ruby Blue - If We're In Love

camp lo*luchini Camp Lo - Best of Camp Lo - Luchini

blackalicious*powers Blackalicious - The Craft - Powers

phil moore browne*the smallest title Phil Moore Browne - Baggage Smasher - EP - The Smallest Title

sister gertrude morgan*let us make a record Sister Gertrude Morgan - Let's Make a Record - Let Us Make a Record

background music:
jason hogans - peter and the rooster
techniken defunkus - bathing
intaprize/grand hustle*minwitdropz

opening theme includes the closing portion of "hot on both sides" by techniken defunkus. you can download the entire song here.

other key info:
the most popular radio bsots episode thus far (or so i thought...)
official blackalicious web site
alice smith on myspace
digivegas podcast

promonet links:




Bukarance/ABB Records

Download "Step" (MP3, 192kbps)

Best Of Camp Lo

Download "Luchini" (mp3)
from "Best Of Camp Lo"
by Camp Lo
Perspective Music, Inc.

Baggage Smasher

Download "The Smallest Title" (mp3)
from "Baggage Smasher"
by Phil Moore Browne
Hot Dog City Record Co.

Let's Make A Record

Download "Let Us Make A Record" (mp3)
from "Let's Make A Record"
by Sister Gertrude Morgan
Ropeadope Records

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Updated: Tuesday, 28 November 2006 12:28 AM EST
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Monday, 13 November 2006
new voice mail number for Radio BSOTS...
Now Playing: Giant Step Jukebox Playlist (giantstep.net)

please note: the old voice mail line was deactivated. a new one has been put in place.

the new number is 206-337-0281.

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Friday, 10 November 2006
friday afternoon at work blues...right on schedule...
Now Playing: turntable lab radio on brooklynradio.net

i've only been 33 for five days and i'm tired of it already. as of late, i have become extremely conscious of my weight. i've gone up a size in pants and it has really been bugging me. haven't been able to get to the gym as much due to parental duties at home. 30 minutes at the gym downstairs at work isn't enough. abs and ass need serious work. post-halloween candy binges at the office haven't been helping matters, i'm sure. downright counteractive, really, but this place is stressful without halfway trying to be.

(i sound like a girl, don't i?)

everybody's got a vice. the one habit, quirk, something or other that they know they need to learn to live without, but everytime you turn around, you're right back in the thick of it. it has its tendrils in you and it will not let go.

we all have it. what's yours? you don't have to tell me, because i'm not about to tell you mine. just own up to the fact that you have one.

there's too much in me that i'm ashamed of. thirty-three and a customer service rep...that's nothing to be proud of. i tend to quickly change the subject when asked about my job. if i'm still doing this at 35, suicide has to be justifiable.

(not like this should have has to be explained, but i wouldn't off myself. i'm just saying that as far as i'm concerned, avoidance of such a pitiful existence is justifiable by taking oneself out. God doesn't see it the same way, of course, so it looks like i'm stuck here until he sends for me. and then there's family, namely beth and simone. and that's not "stuck", that's solace. three more minutes and i can go home to them...)

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Friday, 3 November 2006
exclusive Radio BSOTS clip on Podshow Music Rewind...
Now Playing: dead beat radio on evr (www.eastvillageradio.com)
Topic: my podcasts
check out Podshow Music Rewind for another exclusive Radio BSOTS clip, appearing on show #46. this time around i represent for my man Core Rhythm. they have a feed player on their homepage - just select show #46. you can also get to the show by clicking on the link for the show notes listed below...

show #46 show notes

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Wednesday, 1 November 2006
BSOTS 029 - blends sessions five: head nodders anonymous
Now Playing: dabyre - two/three
Topic: my podcasts

i was working on this show alongside the last show, so i figured i should probably post them to the site around the same time. this one's another continuous mix, mostly hip-hop. the joint from presto's my jam right now. constant rewinds whenever i have it on. the cut from ghetto children kills me, mainly due to the label that it was released on. the compilation's called classic elements, which was released on K Records. during the early-mid 1990s, this label was an indie rock kid's dream, releasing albums from artists like beat happening, mecca normal, heavenly, and others. somewhere around the late '90s, they started to release some rap material. classic elements was one of those releases.

i would keep writing, but i can barely keep my eyes open. later, y'all...

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project move*love gone wrong Project Move - Love Gone Wrong / The Butterfly Theory - Love Gone Wrong

fair one*fame (feat. el da sensei) {pmn link}

baba israel & yako*tell me your story {purchase album at cdbaby.com}

braille*antenna (feat. speech)

presto*right here (feat. mr. j. medeiros & kim hill) Presto - Magic LP - Right Here

ghetto children*hip-hop was {purchase song here}

j dilla*love (feat. pharoahe monch) J Dilla featuring Pharoahe Monch - The Shining - Love

georgia anne muldrow*leroy Georgia Anne Muldrow - Olesi: Fragments of an Earth - Leroy

hired gun*originated (feat. statistics) {pmn link}

BSOTS shoutout from jonny sonic

mark de clive-lowe*heaven (buylink information below)

other key info:
endless shouting matches with yourself

promonet links:

Love Gone Wrong / The Butterfly Theory

Love Gone Wrong / The Butterfly Theory

Project Move

Sun Moon Records

Download "Love Gone Wrong" (MP3, 192kbps)
Magic LP

Magic LP


Concrete Grooves

Download "Right Here (featuring Mr. J Medeiros & Kim Hill)" (MP3, 192kbps)
Tide's Arising

Tide's Arising

Mark de Clive-Lowe

ABB Records

Download "Heaven (feat. Bembe Segue)" (MP3, 192kbps)

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Monday, 30 October 2006
Now Playing: adam curry's daily source code (dailysourcecode.com)
Topic: rants de macedonia

...and only practice makes a real Jam Master.

(this rant was written in honor of Jam Master Jay and originally posted to Both Sides Of The Surface on November 8, 2002. i can't believe that it's been four years already since we lost our beloved brother Jason Mizell. been meaning to post this to the blog for a while now. no time like the present... - macedonia.)

Wednesday, October 30, 2002. I stood frozen in front of my television set. It was the top story on the ten o'clock news, and details were sketchy. The only certainty was that Jason Mizell, known to the world as Jam Master Jay of Run-D.M.C., had been shot in the head in a recording studio. My heart hit the floor soon after my jaw. When my legs regained mobility, I raced into the living room, pulled my copy of King of Rock from the record crates, and flipped it over. The back cover photo features all three members with matching black fedoras. Both Joseph Simmons (Run) and Darryl McDaniels (D.M.C.) have their faces illuminated. Jay stands in between them, his arms around them both with his head down. His face is hidden in shadow. The image was far too fitting for my comfort, and made the following morning very difficult to get through.

"He's a one-man band in his own right
Jam Master jams to the broad daylight
No instruments needed, just two record players,
A stage, a crowd, and two rhyme sayers
The ingredients are here, so have no fear
Definitely defined, definition is clear
You couldn't be late, hesitate to debate
Jam Master is here and you could not wait."
- Run-D.M.C., "Jam Master Jammin'," 1985.

In the fall of 1985, back when I attended 7th grade, I was under the mistaken impression that I could rap. I started scribbling verses onto paper and would record them to cassette, shouting into the condenser mic on my boom box while another radio blasted an instrumental behind me. You know what my MC name was? Master Jay. That took some originality, didn't it? I was one "Jam" away from defiling another man's name. And it gets worse: shortly after "My Adidas" was getting regular airplay, I wrote a similar cut for a friend of mine who thought Converse sneakers were the flavor. "My Converse?" What the hell was I thinking? They weren't even the Chuck Taylor joints, either.

The day before the one-year anniversary of the September 11th tragedies, Arista Records released Run-D.M.C.'s Greatest Hits. It's the unquestionable validation of their contributions to hip-hop (as if they needed to be proven) and every song that needs to be on it is there. The collection of tunes has now become a soundtrack for the end of an era, with "Jam Master Jay" (the first of the group's tribute cuts to their one-man band) sounding like a defiant eulogy of sorts, celebrating the life of a seasoned DJ. Jason Mizell completed the crew; his cuts and scratches added the perfect sonic spice to Darryl and Joe's rhymes. He mastered the classic intro to their live shows, flipping his own name in the mix, then doing the same for D.M.C. before he came out on stage. And then, the moment we all remember well…

"RUN…R-RUN…RUN, RUN, RUN…R-RUN…" And I KNOW y'all know what I'm talkin' about.

You could tell that Jay was a good-natured brother who liked to have fun. Go back and check the writing credits for Run-D.M.C.'s more light-hearted material like "You Talk Too Much" and "You Be Illin'" - Jay had a hand in it. People don't talk about the group's sense of humor that much. To this day, I still fall out while listening to "It's Not Funny":

"It's not funny when you buy a TV off the street
You take it home, plug it in…BAM! You got beat."

"It's not funny when you see three cars you like
And your pocket can only buy a three-speed bike."

I don't care what anybody says, that is straight comedy.

Later on in Run-D.M.C.'s career, Jay started to play drums and keyboards on a few songs. Then, there's his production and puttin' other groups on the map. More than likely, he will be remembered for Onyx in that regard…much to my chagrin. When Bacdafucup was first released, I was hoping that it was all a big mistake. No matter what I did, I couldn't escape "Throw Ya Gunz" in my house - my stepbrother loved that album. For the life of me, I couldn't figure out what Jay would want with these screaming, bald-headed banshees fluent in glockspeak. In my opinion, the most amazing moment in Onyx's career was releasing "Slam" as a single for urban audiences. Think about it: they introduced slam dancing to a group of people that used to get pissed off when you stepped on their sneakers. That's pretty damn impressive.

Oh wait, I've got one for you: anybody remember The Afros? They also had the Jam Master production seal, and the group featured DJ Hurricane (originally the DJ for The Beastie Boys back in the day). Around 1990 or so, they put out an album called Kickin' Afrolistics. The single and video for "Feel It" was absolutely hysterical. Basically it was a big pool party out in front of a mansion with the group donning Afro wigs and actin' a fool. And they got a whole bunch of other heads to act a fool with them: Flavor Flav of Public Enemy, Slick Rick, M.C. Serch of 3rd Bass…all wearing Afro wigs. And holdin' it down on the drum kit was our beloved Jason Mizell, with an assured smirk and a wigged-out blowout.

"I'm Jay, I make up the tre
Now, check out the dance that I display
It's called the PAUSE…
A new thing on the dance floor
First ya move, then ya stop
Combine the hustle, foxtrot, pop and wop
Put 'em all together and why, because…
It's called the PAUSE."
- Run-D.M.C., "Pause," 1989.

My personal bouts with being a part-time MC followed me right up until 2001, when I hung up my intermittent microphone for good. I don't have the heart to be as hungry as heads are nowadays. Above ground, it's about material things, player status, or thugged-out nursery rhymes. Contrary to popular opinion, the underground isn't much better. Granted, there are still some great lyricists within the under, but don't let heads fool you. It's also full of small-time pimps, players and hoods, as well as lyrical combat cats that constantly wanna battle, constantly looking for another rep to destroy. This is precisely why I don't rhyme anymore - there's no place for humility in hip-hop lyricism. Besides that, putting me in a freestyle battle is asking for trouble. Not only because I'm no good at it, but if someone disrespects me in front of a crowd of hundreds, they're not making it home. It's as simple as that. So my choice to spin records and write rants is a good thing for all involved parties. I'm not trying to donate myself as another black body to finance the prison industrial complex. And I think we can all agree that we've had more than enough senseless killing in the rap game.

But the murder of Jam Master Jay was the last straw. Just like my need to turn away from rhyme schemes, some might be set to walk away from hip-hop all together, especially the old school fans that saw the music being birthed and begin to mature. Present-day drama has taken the life of one of our heroes, an esteemed member of the genre. It wouldn't surprise me a bit to see fans of the music - both old and new - look today's hip-hop nation squarely in the face and say, "Depart from me; I know you not."

The day after Jay's funeral, a number of hip-hop's most popular figures gathered at a press conference in support of the Mizell family, making contributions towards their children's education and the mortgage on their home. My hope is that Russell Simmons will sit down with those in charge over at Adidas and ask that they do right by a brother partially responsible for a sea of hip-hop fans rocking their shell-toed sneakers. Because long before product placement would find its way into every other rap song, Run-D.M.C. wrote a tribute to their favorite kicks. It was Russell who had the foresight to invite some Adidas reps to one of their concerts. I wish I could've seen the looks on their faces when the group got the fans to throw a shell toe in the air and wave it like they just don't care. Chuck D. said it more than a decade ago on "Shut 'Em Down": "I like Nike, but wait a minute / the neighborhood supports, so put some money in it." Corporate compensation is overdue. If not now, then when?

Wednesday, October 30, 2002: My television wears a live shot of Jamaica, Queens via the 11 o'clock news. People are spilling onto the street in front of the recording studio where Jam Master Jay's murder took place. Various solemn and shocked faces include D.M.C., Chuck D., and Lyor Cohen. Big brothers who'd look hard on any other day now have tears streaming down their cheeks or are staring at the ground, unable to speak. I envision Jason Mizell standing over them all, his arms around them just like that back cover photo with Darryl and Joe. His head bowed, his face in the shadows.

"His name's Jam Master, call him Jay
The crowd goes wild when he starts to play
Everything is correct and A-O.K.
Jam Master's on a move, but his sounds will stay."
- Run-D.M.C., "Jam Master Jammin'," 1985.

{jason randall smith}

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Friday, 27 October 2006
the new everyday...
Now Playing: know your rights (eastvillageradio.com)

my alarm clock went off at six a.m. this morning. i shut it off and promptly went back to sleep.

beth never set her alarm. so around 6:23 a.m., she wakes up and realizes that she overslept. in order for her to get simone ready for day care and herself ready for work, she needs to wake up at 4:30 a.m. so needless to say, she was late for work this morning.

nursing takes a lot of time and energy from beth. seems like she's been falling asleep earlier these days. we used to have such a nice apartment. now it looks like a wreck. burp cloths, baby clothes, and assorted nursing paraphrenalia all over the place. there's no order. as for me, after work i usually have enough energy to do the dishes and get ready for tomorrow. sometimes i crash before getting around to the latter, so i end up getting ready for tomorrow when tomorrow is already today. and by then, it's too late to do things in a leisurely fashion.

i don't know what it is, but i've been having a horrible time with purchasing microphones. first i got one for the computer and it wouldn't work with my computer. returned that one. then i got a small mixing board and recently bought a microphone that i thought for sure would work with it. got it last night - looks like it was damaged in transit. it's like unseen forces are conspiring against me to prevent high-end recordings for my podcast. i'm tired of using outdated equipment to get things done. the show deserves better and the listeners do as well.

it's like anything that i care about is outside of work, but it rarely ever goes according to plan, or not as well as it should. meanwhile, work is a remaining constant: relentless, irritating, exhausting. what does it mean when what you love is such a struggle to put together but what you despise is just there waiting for you? and it's not an option, it's NECESSARY in order to survive? but your life isn't really an existence with this necessary evil in it.

GOD has a purpose and a plan for my life, but i have a sneaking suspicion that He could care less about my podcast and how i feel about doing it. i hope this isn't stripped away from me, but GOD has a way of making sure that His purpose overrides your plans. between work and a second microphone not working, i'm feeling rather defeated at the moment.

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BSOTS 028 - one year later... (pt. one)
Now Playing: 1010 wins
Topic: my podcasts

daddy and simone sharing a moment.  september 2006.

wanna know why the shows aren't arriving in a timely fashion? look above. that would be why. simone currently weighs in at 12 lbs. and is 23-3/4 inches in length. she's growing, she's observant, she's crazy smart, and hella cute. damn, i've got my work cut out for me...

and yes, i am wearing my "i (heart) dilla" t-shirt in the picture.

so we're finally getting down to business with celebrating a full year of Radio BSOTS. on this show, i discuss the origins of the podcast, the challenges behind putting together each episode, and why i feel the need to continue doing this in spite of those challenges. musically it's a pretty damn good show. still not sure how i feel about it being almost 45 minutes long, but at the same time i'm celebrating an anniversary. i feel like i ramble, but i just never liked how my voice sounds on a recording.

also, i finally get some decent opening theme music for the show. i put together the first half of it; the second half is the closing segment of "hot on both sides," a piece produced by techniken defunkus especially for the show. you can download the song here.

for the record, most of the songs come from promonet this time around, with a pair of joints from podsafe music network. hope y'all dig this one. part II coming up next month...

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hugh masekela*afro beat blues (feat. ojah) Hugh Masekela & Ojah - Hugh Masekela Presents the CHISA Years: 1965-1975 (Rare & Unreleased) - Afro Beat Blues

black on white affair*bold soul brother, bold soul sister Black On White Affair - Wheedle's Groove: Seattle's Finest in Funk & Soul 1965-75 - Bold Soul Sister, Bold Soul Brother

jody watley*bed of roses (feat. 4hero) Jody Watley featuring 4hero - The Makeover - Bed of Roses

bookworm*since i met you {available at solosrecords.com}

honeycut*shadows Honeycut - The Day I Turned to Glass - Shadows

myka nyne*tabloid Myka Nyne - Citrus Sessions, Vol. 1 - Tabloid

46bliss*the way you are {available at 46bliss.com}

other key info:
endless shouting matches with yourself

promonet links:

Wheedle's Groove - Seattle's Finest in Funk & Soul 1965-75

Wheedle's Groove - Seattle's Finest in Funk & Soul 1965-75

Various Artists

Light In The Attic

Download "Bold Soul Sister, Bold Soul Brother" (MP3, 192kbps)
The Makeover

The Makeover

Jody Watley

Avitone Recordings

Download "Bed Of Roses" (MP3, 192kbps)
The Day I Turned To Glass

The Day I Turned To Glass


Quannum Projects

Download "Shadows" (MP3, 192kbps)
Citrus Sessions Vol. I

Citrus Sessions Vol. I

Myka Nyne

Citrus Recordings

Download "Tabloid" (MP3, 192kbps)

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Thursday, 26 October 2006
get your mojo workin'...
Now Playing: immortal technique - point of no return
Topic: 2006 reviews

Balance 009
EQ Recordings
Format: 2xCD
Year of release: 2006

Single genre-focused mix CDs have to be really stellar in order to be memorable. Thank goodness for the few DJs out there that aren't scared to mix it up. Paolo Mojo is a name to watch out for, as the ninth installment of Balance proves. This double-disc set is brimming with dance floor classics and future favorites. The first disc sets the mood with deep house which slowly morphs into acid and electro. Halfway through, we're treated to the disaffected vocals of Valeska on Trick and Kubik's "Easy." Things are kept upbeat and moving along the way with joints from Timewriter, Underground Resistance, Harold Heath, and Pepe Bradock, whose "Deep Burnt" makes for a perfect closer to disc one. But something peculiar happens on disc two: we find out that a great spinner does not always a great producer make. Paolo loses his Mojo when it comes to his own work. "Ruckus" and "Everybody" sound painfully typical in their prog-drenched stomps. Somewhere around a remix of Inner City's "Say Something," things get good again and remain that way until the end of the disc. Sebastien Tellier's "La Ritournelle" makes for a dynamic conclusion to a mix set that takes you around the world and back again.


click here to learn more about this release.

visit Paolo Mojo's website
visit EQ Recordings

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Updated: Thursday, 26 October 2006 5:22 PM EDT
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Wednesday, 27 September 2006
BSOTS 027 - blends sessions four: what i did on my summer vacation...
Now Playing: v/a - big dada sampler
Topic: my podcasts

the picture was taken back in march, but it was summer in florida.

another one of those bsots blends sessions, folks. kind of on some end of summer blowout steez, but not really. just a fun mix. hip-hop, house, techno, electro, and breaks. about half of these songs come from the Podsafe Music Network. the Mark de Clive-Lowe joint comes courtesy of Promonet.

serious love going out to CX Kidtronik for allowing me to play a joint from his new album. much respect to A.I. Records in the U.K. for their blessing to play Claro Intelecto, my favorite artist from their label. mark my words: A.I. is just as good as Warp Records, if not better. they have been killing it for the last five years with quality electronic music releases. absolutely fabulous imprint - if you're not already familiar with them, i encourage you to check them out. (please note: part of their catalog is available as digital releases over at bleep.com.)

the Vikter Duplaix joint is his interpretation of a Radiohead tune from their Kid A album. i don't think it's actually included on Exit Music: Songs With Radio Heads, even though it's part of that project. it may have only been released as part of a promotional 12" and that's it. if anyone out there has further information on that joint, please let me know.

the monster tune from Claro Intelecto that brings this mix to a close was originally released in 2003 on 12" vinyl. it may have seen a repress, but nothing after that. outside of that, it's on the CD version of Neurofibro, Claro Intelecto's debut album on A.I. brilliant from start to finish. i won't say that the album or the 12" is impossible to find, but it has become rather difficult. unfortuately, A.I. has not made either available digitally yet.

before i forget, a huge thank you to everyone who left voice mails and emails of love and support concerning the birth of Simone Elizabeth. it means more than words can say. MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.

"don't let them....hold you down, hold you down, hold you down..."

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tPC (the people's choice)*artificial {produced by j. space}
cx kidtronik*get back (go) feat. zion {buy song at bleep.com}
dread daze*free your mind {myspace}
the coup*we are the ones {buy song at emusic}
baba israel and yako*didge 2006 {buy album at CDBaby.com}
hathead*one tribe - saskia nation theme {pmn link}
steffen coonan*deep house in berlin {steffencoonan.com}
arthur loves plastic*the path {buy album at CDBaby.com}
zerobae*summer pop radio shine {pmn link}
mark de clive-lowe*slide {buylink information below}
vikter duplaix*treefingers
claro intelecto*peace of mind (electrosoul)

Slide b/w State of The Mental

Slide b/w State of The Mental

Mark de Clive-Lowe

ABB Records

Download "Slide (Vocal - feat. Bembe Segue)" (MP3, 192kbps)

background music is the instrumental version of "hot on both sides" by techniken defunkus.

other key info:
endless shouting matches with yourself
baba israel and yako on pmn

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Updated: Thursday, 28 September 2006 9:36 AM EDT
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