Absolute Moral Authority

Because plain old moral authority just wasn’t good enough — a mesablue production

The NEW trend that is only 2 years plus old.

Posted by Wickedpinto on June 8, 2007

The yahoo news mainpage includes “KRUMP” as though it is NEW, in fact, it has been around, for more than 2 years, almost 3 years, and supposedly is dated back to 1993 as is depicted in “RIZE” a documentary of a non-gang empowerment form of action within a small community. 

 I think it’s a very good story, because the most artistic and expressive peoples, in whole tend to be taken from the most destitute situations, and the “Krump Clown” situation as depicted in “Rize” looks very inspiring.  It twists the game, and it turns the corner, and it allows expression.

  However, Yahoo’s mainpage game acting as though this is new, pisses me off.   It makes me think that more prosperous people are completely and totaly ignorante of something that has been around for more than 2 years, and supposedly is as old as 15 years in basic practice.

If you can follow the link, and find it interesting?  I suggest you find your way to renting, or downloading “rize” and watch it.

It’s like how in chicago finding out that one of the many bozo’s we had was in fact BLACK, increased the joyous boys and girls who want to win the grand prize game, and then be “good boys and girls” to develop an honest resume’ of humanity.

Yahoo is retarded.

Rize was fantastic back then.  Once again, I suggest that all those who think that black culture only has one outlet, watch “rize.”  It’s a good story, and a stunning expression of dance.

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