Michael Rappaport made a documentary about A Tribe Called Quest and it looks good. #GETHAZED
This movie makes me miss the 90s.
I don’t get it. What’s the scenario? Do they have to battle a CGI Dungeon Dragon?
Kind of off topic.
I would be much more motivated to do things if they were presented in a Quest format.
My wife requested me to go on a journey to the land of the grocery store to acquire some milk.
In order to fulfill your quest, you had to navigate the treacherous parking lot, where baby strollers, wayward shopping carts and old people threatened to defeat you at every turn. Once inside the grocery store, you had to use strategic knowledge and fast thinking to determine which line would lead to an escape:
option 1: check it out yourself, but you have locally produced milk that doesn’t have a UPC code and the attendant doesn’t know the produce code for it
option 2: manned check-out line, where there is only one customer with 4 items, but you see they are brandishing 15 coupons
option 3: tuck your milk under your shirt and run
That’s what I’m talking about!
I get SO nostalgic for Tribe Called Quest whenever i hear any of their music for even a second. Unfortunately I hocked my Tribe cds along with a bunch of others when I was preparing to move out west from NJ. I just checked my iTunes and there was nothing. I need to remedy this as soon as I get paid, but for now I’ll listen to my De La Sol.
I’m the one white guy in America that doesn’t like rap, but I do like Tribe Called Quest.
This is probably not the right place for this, but there was once a thread where everyone presented themselves. I thought it was fun to know a little bit more about the people that keep coming back to this blog. Could we do that here again?
Wait, the guy from The 6th Day is a director?
remember when Michael Rappaport cloned himself into a professional basketball playing ginger?
folks who don’t watch sportsketball probably don’t know who Scal is, or why he’s funny by himself. i’ll take my sports humor and go home now.
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