Sunday, November 29, 2009


Been hustling , trying to make my moves. I havent had time to give you a piece of my mind. Tiger woods crashed his cars and they are treating it like Ted Kenndys crash. Initial reports say Tiger has facial lacerations, it got me to think that maybey he hit his face on the steering wheel, but his lips, he looked in the mirror and fainted cause he thought he saw a nigga in his back seat! POW another year and lots of foolishness, and the reaper wasnt playing this year. I hope everyone got to eat celebrate and be merry over the holidays. Just rememebr not everyone is as lucky as you to have electricity and a computer to surf the net to read random thoughts of this New Yorker. Big shout to my brother DALLASPENN he is always a great inspiration when it has come to blogging for me, Big shout to CombatJack if you havent had a chance to check his work out you should, he is on point. Starting a radio show in the essense of Bobbito and Stretch Armstrong, check it out on Thursdays 99.3fm! If you are an artist and need some promo you should check out "BEats, Rhymes, Life Radio show on Thursdays 10pm to 12pm.

This is the ISH right now


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM aka THE GUDWORD. Digital revolution

Sometimes theres no real concept of time its just light and dark. Please take some time and read this iteresting blog by Combat Jack

noodoole i had the sauce - Beans

Never saw this SNL/jigga man

Toto - Africa

Some real throwback ish!!!


Magic Wand

Super Lover Cee and Cassanove Rud

Girls i got em locked...#DEFENDQUEENS...ASTORIA

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM aka THE GUDWORD. Where everybody knows your name.

Been breathing fresher air, thinking better thoughts, enjoying the little things in life. Been falling back to get ahead. Three years and the episode of Larry David that just aired KKKramer is back at it again what a fail. Another fail nagging my goat is that florida rapper ex correction officer(no shots) drugkingpin? Big Bawse Ross. I know there is nothing worse than a baby mothers scorn but in the words of Ed Lover "Come on Son!!"

and the ever so famous "ED Lover dance"


Video Phone - beyonce feat Lady Gaga

Here is something you cant understand!!!


Velvet Underground

Friday, November 6, 2009

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM aka THE GUDWORD. Tickertape Parade Yanks!!!

Canyon of Heroes here i come. Enjoy your friday.



50Cent Stretch

BT&H freestyle

Thursday, November 5, 2009


A-YO....The Yankees win the Yankees win!!!

Dame Dashs viewpoint....


Saigon - Blood Night


50 Cent and Beans....(50 on his Walter Cronkite) I wondered if they planned to were Philly and NY bad both those teams suck...but the colors nice...


Sunday, November 1, 2009

WWW.FLAMPRO.COM aka THE GUDWORD. Black Solidarity Day

Today is a day to celebrate Black Unity and strength. I'm blessed to have older black people to give me perspective on race relations in the 60's and 70's. You know the Black people that don't forget, and southern blacks who have dealt with racism enough to never ever forget or get comfortable (with good reason) with "White Folk". I guess i have been lucky enough to not harbor the same sort of resentments even though i have dealt with sever racism living in Glen Oaks queens and Rosedale Queens in the early 70's and 80's...and who could forget Yusef Hawkins and (FUCK YOU) Joey Fama. But i am no worse for the wear, i have friends of other races white Jewish European whatever I STILL LOVE MY BLACK PEOPLE. I hope you enjoy your day if you took off from work, and if not take a second to remember the people who struggle so you could live so freely.

Black Solidarity Day: What does it mean?

By Ben Serrano

In terms of the world of prejudice and racism, much has happened in the last 40 years. The development of minorities in the education system and political process has improved greatly, and we have gone from a time when it was hard for blacks to put a vote in the ballot box to a time when a black man can be in the White House. Some might think that the effect the black population has on the community is only spontaneous, with great leaders and thinkers appearing from decade to decade. However, the impact blacks have can be seen every day. This is what Black Solidarity Day was created to express.
Black Solidarity Day was created in 1969 as a day nationally observed by African-American men, women and students. It always occurs the Monday before elections take place; this year it falls on Nov. 2. Originally, the event brought black people together to discuss their political status and the direction in which their future was going. The day also focused on the value and goals of education within the black community. It was, and still is, a day of discussion and a time for everyone, no matter of what race or education, to discuss how we all affect each other’s lives.
Discussion is important to Black Solidarity Day, as well as the concept of it as a day of absence, during which black people do not attend school or work and try to avoid making purchases and spending money throughout the day. These actions only further demonstrate the impact the black community has on the workplace and its stimulation of the nation’s economy.
So what does the black community add to the classroom and the workplace? Mainly, perspective. No matter what social class, city or personality someone comes from in the black community, their perspective always can add to a classroom discussion, university policies and faculty meetings. Other people don’t have to feel obligated to understand the pressures and experiences that are shared, but at least they will know. Knowledge is the first step to understanding.

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