Growing up, I always wondered how cats and dogs could live solely on Iams or Pedigree when humans are forced to eat a complex and balanced diet of fruits, vegetables, meats, grains, etc. Hamburger Helper and pizza rolls. This was all before I was aware of the existence of meal replacement drinks like Slim Fast or Ensure, but those aren’t a nutritionally “complete” food like I wanted. That’s when I heard about Soylent.
Note: This review may contain spoilers throughout. Proceed with caution if you have not read The Way of Kings.
Preface to the Review
A few quick things before I get started on this book. Firstly, I KNOW I’M LATE TO THE GAME! Secondly, that’s it!
Song Review – “I Don’t Like” by Chief Keef
It works best if you listen to the song while you read the review… To get the full effect.
A tale of sneak dissers and popped bitches, “I Don’t Like” by Chief Keef is a deeply philosophical tale about life in a low-income neighborhood. In a world of phony gangsters, Keef finds a group of loyal homies who he can spend his hard-earned money with. Some time later, he crosses paths with an attractive woman who he regularly smokes hydroponically-grown marijuana with. To him, he is the real world Alejandro Sosa, but Keef doesn’t appreciate it when people give information about him to the police. He and his crew are so prosperous, the aforementioned snitch’s girlfriend wants to have sexual relations with all of them. In the song, he warns that if a snitch threatens him in any way, they won’t be fighting with their fists, but instead with live firearms. Keef had already been arrested multiple times for selling drugs (and also, perhaps, for aiming a gun at a policeman), so he continues by saying, no matter what, he’ll never snitch on those he is loyal to. “I Don’t Like” is a haunting and gripping tale with a poignant twist. 9/10
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Just in case you weren’t already obsessed with comedy podcast Jim and Them, here’s one more reason you should be.
Disclaimer: All flavors are tested and reviewed immediately after receiving them in the mail. I’m putting a few vape terms in quotes because I’m not comfortable with using them unironically yet. Enjoy!
Dalski Reviews The Vapor Chef
Hey guys, it’s time for a review of The Vapor Chef! I’m fairly new to the electronic cigarette market. My current setup consists of two Kanger EVOD starter kits I bought online a while back, but they are working just fine and without any issues. Definitely recommend those for beginners like myself. Most of the juice I have tried so far come from local vape shops in my area.
[Note: The original music links I had posted were removed because Grooveshark shut down. If you’d like to hear these songs, I would suggest searching either Spotify or YouTube]
Elusive musician “Burial” recently released a new three-track EP in December of 2013 titled Rival Dealer. Burial is very popular among listeners of Electronic, House, and Ambient music, though surprisingly little is known about him. At one point, he said only five people knows he makes music, so perhaps one could call him the Banksy of Electronic music? Being a fairly new Burial fan (the last year or so), I found it very exciting to be able to experience this new music of his alongside his most loyal and hardcore fans.