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The Summertime Snooze: Ways to Stay Woke During The Sports “Off-Season”

It’s the summer, time for cookouts, beach trips, and festivals. Whats not included in those plans are sports. Unless you’re still holding on to the idea of baseball carrying the sports world, sports are in the cellar. Both the NBA and NFL are in complete summer break mode, and trying to follow the off-season moves is like doing the summer reading assignments from school. For a person like me who loves talking sports 24/7, this is driving me crazy. No more touchdown dances, slam dunks, or ear blows from the likes of Lance Stephenson. What is a brother to do? I sat down for a bit and tried to decide that I have to do something until the fall. So I made a list of things that can get you through the months of “who won the offseason”, and “baseball power rankings”.

1. Actually go out and play a sport.

Being from New York I know first hand that we get about 50-80 really great days out of the year. Whats a better way to spend them then actually going out and balling. Basketball, football, soccer, it really doesn’t matter just do something that you know you’ll have fun doing. Great way to stay in shape, work on your game, and meet some new people. Spending just a few hours every week  balling will make you forget what cornerback your team signed to their roster.

2. Movies are on FLEEK

I love watching movies, and Hollywood puts out it’s best products during this time of year. Blockbuster premier each and every week, and give movie goers something to talk about around the water-cooler on Mondays. Some of the best movies of the year come out during the summer time.

3. Party and B*llSh*t

This is where you find Mr or Mrs right now. Parties are going to be LIT during this time. Rooftop parties, outdoor festivals, and cookouts are just some of the places to enjoy some liquid courage. Make sure you turn up because before you know it, the school bells start ringing.

4. Albums drop and Concerts go UP

Drake, Future, Nicki, Meek, and Trey are all set to take over the summer touring scene. These big acts and more take their shows on the road all though out the world. The music is here to be played at those parties, in the car ride back from the movies, or  at the blacktop while you ball.

I know football is weeks and weeks away, but so is the fall season. While football is God to all the other sports, having a break will allow you to enjoy the other things in life. Sports will return and make your weekends and holidays enjoyable, but summer is here and now. The more you miss the sports, the faster the season will slip away from you.

King Jut (@KingJut92)

Mark Zuckerberg: The future of Facebook is telepathy – CNNMoney


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Mark Zuckerberg: The future of Facebook is telepathy
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The social network's founder and CEO believes that one day, we'll be able to share our thoughts directly — brain to brain — using technology. "You'll just be able to think of something and your friends will immediately be able to experience it too if
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Deep Below Croatia Lurks a New Species of Centipede – New York Times


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Deep Below Croatia Lurks a New Species of Centipede
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The world's deepest-dwelling centipede — found as much as 3,600 feet below the surface — is in Croatia, a new study reports. The centipede was found in three caves in the Velebit mountain range, along the Adriatic Coast. Centipedes are carnivores
Hades, the centipede from hell, found deep below the Earth's surfaceState Column


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Watch Kendrick Lamar’s New Video, “Alright”

Perfect timing

Kendrick Lamar opened up Sunday’s BET Awards with “Alright,” his Pharrell-produced summer banger, and today, footage of Geraldo Rivera on Fox News blaming the song for some of the issues facing African-Americans today surfaced.

Screw it. Here’s the music video for the stellar anthem.

Police Searching for Man that Robbed Queens Bank in a Wheelchair

A man allegedly robbed a bank in Astoria in a wheelchair, and somehow got away yesterday.

Santander Bank was the victim of the robbery, on Broadway and 37th street in Astoria, Queens yesterday, and the wheelchair’d suspect fled the scene to Long Island City, according to an ABC report. The incident took place in the early hours of the afternoon, and outside of the still shots taken from surveillance footage, police have very little to go on.

No injuries have been reported so far, and–this is a valid point to make–no abandoned wheelchairs were located in the surrounding area.

Luke Bryan Sets Dates for Annual Farm Tour

Luke Bryan, the son of a Georgia peanut farmer, revisits his family’s farming roots again as the country superstar has announced his seventh annual Luke Bryan Farm Tour, kicking off in Fort Wayne, Indiana, on September 30th.

Like last year’s trek, this year’s itinerary includes eight stops, four of which, including the Fort Wayne date, are staged in cities the tour has never visited since it began in 2009. Also new to the tour are Lexington, Kentucky; Starkville, Mississippi; and Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As he’s done in the past, Bryan will set aside a portion of ticket proceeds for local college scholarships. The Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarships are granted to students from a farming family within the communities the tour plays. Last year’s tour drew more than 110,000 fans.

By the time the Farm Tour gets underway in the fall, Bryan’s fifth studio album will be in stores. The “Kick the Dust Up” singer recently told Rolling Stone Country that Kill the Lights, set for release on August 7th, will be “country-er” than the two-million-selling Crash My Party, released two years ago.

“‘Kick the Dust Up’ is a big ol’ fun stadium, uptempo [song],” he says. “But after that we have some neat stuff, with a lot of depth. Are there songs that show more maturity? Certainly. Are there songs that don’t? Certainly.”

Here is the full itinerary for Bryan’s Farm Tour:

September 30th — Fort Wayne, Indiana    
October 1st — Lexington, Kentucky
October 2nd — Knoxville, Tennessee
October 3rd — Columbia, South Carolina
October 7th — Starkville, Mississippi
October 8th — Tuscaloosa, Alabama
October 9th — Macon, Georgia
October 10th — Valdosta, Georgia

Geraldo Rivera Blasts Kendrick Lamar’s BET Awards Performance

Right Wing media’s public crusade against hip-hop continues. Following Kendrick Lamar’s powerful performance at the 2015 BET Awards, Geraldo Rivera hopped on Fox News to blast Lamar’s stage time, which featured the rapper rhyming on top of a vandalized cop car. “This is why I say that hip-hop has done more damage to young African-Americans than racism in recent years,” said Rivera. “This is exactly the wrong message.” 

This is the second time this year that Geraldo has made this statement. While doing an interview with Huff Post Live Back in Feb., Geraldo said, “Hip-hop has done more damage to black and brown people that racism in the last 10 years. When you find the youngster – a Puerto Rican from the South Bronx of a black kid from Harlem who has succeeded in life other than being the one-tenth of one-tenth of one percent that make it in the music business – that’s been a success in life walking around his ass and with visible tattoos…it is this whole ethos.”

Lamar has been on the forefront of rappers discussing social change and race and his music has been directly influenced by recent events–including the death of Trayvon Martin. During an interview with The Guardian, Lamar revealed that he wrote his song “The Blacker the Berry” right after the tragic death of Martin. “These are issues that if you come from that environment it’s inevitable to speak on,” said Lamar on why the Martin case impacted him so deeply. “It’s already in your blood because I am Trayvon Martin, you know. I’m all of these kids. It’s already implanted in your brain to come out your mouth as soon as you’ve seen it on the TV. I had that track way before that, from the beginning to the end, and the incident just snapped it for me.”

Internet provider says ‘coordinated attack’ downs services with cut lines – USA TODAY


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Internet provider says 'coordinated attack' downs services with cut lines
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DENVER – Internet providers suffered disruptions Tuesday in what a West Coast internet provider said appeared to be a coordinated physical attack on three high-capacity "backbone" lines in California. Wave Broadband said three major fiber-optic cables
Cut cable disrupts phone, television service for Sacramento, Rocklin Wave Sacramento Bee


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Listen to J.R. Feat. Trey Songz, “Best Friend”

Trey Songz is a controlled substance and should be doled out very carefully. His turn on J.R.’s “Best Friend” is predictably on-brand, the perfect chemical balance of sleaze and sincerity, honesty and innuendo, pineapple and vodka. Fresh off of tour with Songz and Chris Brown, the upstart from St. Louis blends his brand of R&B with the window dressings of some of today’s rap hits–think Future or Fetty Wap, formatted for content and to fit your screen. As he told XXL when we interviewed him for The Break, J.R. grew up with rappers as his chief influences, citing such hard-edged acts as The Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur and N.W.A. (Of course, he also payed homage to Nelly and his St. Lunatics crew, who helped to pave the way for the modern wave of melody-heavy, rapper-signer hybrids who now dominate certain profitable corners of the radio.) “Best Friend” is the perfect song for those among you who value vocal performance over monogamy.

Bono, Edge Break Down Tumultuous Origins of U2’s ‘Cedarwood Road’

Bono and the Edge broke down U2‘s songwriting process and recalled the rough North Dublin roots that inspired the Songs of Innocence cut, “Cedarwood Road,” in a revealing interview for Song Exploder.

The song gets its name and story from the street Bono grew up on, but it began — like many U2 tracks — with a guitar riff the Edge came up with at home. In speaking about these initial steps, the Edge noted he sketches songs on GarageBand and works with drum loops Larry Mullen Jr. recorded for the demo process.

“My job is to find a way to inspire Adam and Larry and Bono, so I don’t often care to finish out a piece fully,” the Edge said. “I just want to get something down that I think is a great starting point and then I know that whatever I come up with, they’ll come up with something better. So I just need to get it going where its identity is clear and it’s got some kind of vitality and point of view that’s interesting.”

“Cedarwood Road,” however, took some time to reach its final form. While the Edge’s demo sparked a new intro, chorus and crescendo, the band recorded it with lyrics everyone agreed were ultimately lacking. Bono began toying with different ideas, hitting upon his tumultuous boyhood home, which changed drastically in the Seventies when the Seven Towers housing project went up and was filled with many families that had been forcibly relocated.

“They were very unhappy, they were angry, they were annoyed — these were the people we would meet as young teenagers,” Bono said. “A lot of my early memories of teenage years were of violence, and the sheer fear of leaving the house, going to catch the bus.” That external violence, he added, was compounded by the kind his neighbor and best friend, the visual artist Guggi, experienced at home under the strict hand of his tough, religious father.

The revised lyrics, the Edge noted, completely changed the meaning and context of the musical motifs, while Bono added that his favorite part of the song is the guitar solo: “That has all the dignity of that neighborhood. Some dark characters indeed, but the general decency of people, the goodness, is in [the Edge’s] guitar solo. I couldn’t have achieved that.”

“Bono loved the solo idea, and later on in the process of recording,” the Edge added, “he couldn’t help himself: He started singing over it.”

“Cedarwood Road,” Bono said, is ultimately not about exhuming the past, but understanding how it becomes a part of you. “My self and my friends dealt with the kind of skinhead, boot boy culture of the time by creating our own reality, and eventually our own rock and roll band,” he said. “That’s how we dealt with the fear that we felt. When I was writing about Cedarwood, the big revelation for me was that you can’t really leave these things behind because they are who you are, you can never escape your upbringing.”

U2 are currently in the midst of their Innocence + Experience world tour. The band’s North American leg wraps up at the end of July with an eight-night stand at Madison Square Garden in New York before the group heads to Europe in September.

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