“The combination of hip-hop and the Internet, and the ability to record it and put it up online immediately and bypass all these typical media outlets and typical industry outlets is what makes it so powerful,” explained Syrian-American rapper Omar Offendum over the phone from Los Angeles in an interview with New America Media.
.@mlsif talking about the #wikileaks lessons learned. #tcamp11 (Taken with instagram)
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What a brilliant quote from a brilliant mind. Respect everyone.
Beijing is looking more like New York City, and New York City is moving towards Beijing in the 1950s and 60s,” Markowitz said. “I’m not against bike lanes all around New York City, but I do believe you and I as the public have right to have a word and have a say in where bike lanes should go.
New York City residents of the 1920s, by and large, despised the automobile with a passion that makes today’s bike backlash look like a friendly disagreement.