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  • Why do you Bang?

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    ThatCrazyLoco1
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:16 pm
    this doesn't concern the Fake-ass Keyboard Warriors and Internet Thugs, if you're credible, you got a set, and you're in it and repping it even on here, throw it up and let us know why you gangbang. I know a lot of mothafuckas do it because of family but even then that doesn't mean that you have to join a gang.... a lot of people do it for retaliation because one of their loved ones got killed and they want revenge, which just keeps the cycle going because once you get back at them they'll come back at you and so on and so forth... it's a shame i Know plenty of mothafuckas that gangbang but…
  • The Lurkers Pay Tribute To Tony Benn

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    Keegan
    22 Apr 2014 | 9:17 am
    The Lurkers have been outputting excellent content in the past few months, including this clip in which tribute is paid to one of the few well-respected politicians of recent years, Tony Benn. Benn was left wing politician who could be truly proud of what he achieved through politics, before his death this year. The tribute video combines some of Benn’s most infamous speeches with visuals from an abandoned spot and an image of The Lurker’s tribute piece. Tony Benn does encourage us and reminds us that some politicians do have the best interests of the people at heart.
  • Innovation through Inclusion: Lessons from Medellín and Barcelona

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    Blair A. Ruble
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    For more than a century, Medellín has been known world-wide.  For Spanish-speaking members of the “Greatest Generation,” Medellín is where Argentine tango great Carlos Gardel, probably the most popular Latin singer of his generation, was martyred in a fiery crash at the local airport in 1935.  For “Boomers,” the city’s name is synonymous with the world’s most notorious drug lord ...The post Innovation through Inclusion: Lessons from Medellín and Barcelona appeared first on Meeting of the Minds.
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  • Why do you Bang?

    ThatCrazyLoco1
    23 Apr 2014 | 11:16 pm
    this doesn't concern the Fake-ass Keyboard Warriors and Internet Thugs, if you're credible, you got a set, and you're in it and repping it even on here, throw it up and let us know why you gangbang. I know a lot of mothafuckas do it because of family but even then that doesn't mean that you have to join a gang.... a lot of people do it for retaliation because one of their loved ones got killed and they want revenge, which just keeps the cycle going because once you get back at them they'll come back at you and so on and so forth... it's a shame i Know plenty of mothafuckas that gangbang but…
  • Texas Judge Rules to Ban Bloods, Crips from Houston Neighborhood

    Kickdoeburglar
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:55 pm
    Texas prosecutors say one Houston neighborhood that's been ravaged by drug dealing and violence will be a bit safer after a judge's ruling barred 16 members of the Bloods, Crips and Most Wanted gangs from entering the area.Prosecutors in Harris County, where Houston is located, decided to take a civil approach to the criminal problem under Texas's public nuisance laws. They had to prove to a judge that the individuals were in fact gang members who had criminal records showing that they were nuisances, according to the Harris County Attorney's office.The judge ruled in their favor Tuesday,…
  • Most gangs in Texas call Houston region home

    Kickdoeburglar
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:51 pm
    Violent gangs and drug traffickers in the Houston area are growing stronger and more international, spreading into the suburbs as they bulk up on newfound connections with Mexico's lucrative and brazen organized crime syndicates.The region is home to far more gang members than anywhere in Texas, according to the National Gang Threat Assessment.As of this year, there were 225 documented gangs roaming the area, according to intelligence reports, the biggest being the "Houstones," with at least 2,233 members that have been confirmed by police.Their soldiers alone equate to about 43…
  • Houston police say 52 Hoover Crips gang member raped 67-year-

    Kickdoeburglar
    23 Apr 2014 | 10:47 pm
    A reputed gang member is behind bars, accused of raping a woman with a heart condition at her southwest Houston apartment in May, Harris County prosecutors said.The victim, 67, told police that someone knocked on her door on May 14, and thinking it was her neighbor bringing fruit and groceries, she answered, according to a criminal complaint filed Aug. 27.A man wearing a navy-blue 'do rag' and carrying a backpack forced his way into the apartment on Wallingford Drive, struck her in the head with his hand and sexually assaulted her, Houston police said.After the assault, the victim asked the…
  • Cease Fires/Peace agreements

    No Man's Land
    23 Apr 2014 | 9:58 pm
    What are some historical cease fires/peace?watts early 90'svenice 13/sholinesvalley varrios? i hear about this one but don't know the specifics18/ms in el salvadorELAStatistics: Posted by No Man's Land — April 24th, 2014, 12:58 am — Replies 0 — Views 108
 
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  • The Lurkers Pay Tribute To Tony Benn

    Keegan
    22 Apr 2014 | 9:17 am
    The Lurkers have been outputting excellent content in the past few months, including this clip in which tribute is paid to one of the few well-respected politicians of recent years, Tony Benn. Benn was left wing politician who could be truly proud of what he achieved through politics, before his death this year. The tribute video combines some of Benn’s most infamous speeches with visuals from an abandoned spot and an image of The Lurker’s tribute piece. Tony Benn does encourage us and reminds us that some politicians do have the best interests of the people at heart.
  • Street Museum Of Art Presents 24 Hours in NYC

    Keegan
    17 Apr 2014 | 4:31 am
    CB23 – Williamsburg, Brooklyn An interesting bit of news from NYC here. The Street Museum of Art (SMoA) is returning to New York City with a huge team of eighteen local artists getting together for an organised “public” street-art exhibition. The project aims to challenge the model used by museums and galleries by creating an organised, curated project (like those run by galleries), showcased not indoors, but on the street where graffiti and street-art belong. Artists involved in the ambitious project are CB23, Cernesto, Clint Mario, Clown Soldier, Edapt, EKG, El Sol25,…
  • Jim Vision Paints Brooklyn Projects Skatepark in LA

    Keegan
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:00 am
    While I’m sure that my obsession is unwarranted and that I’ll only be disappointed, it’s been a long term goal of mine to visit LA for many years. Between the women, weed and weather, great motorcycling roads and the sick graff scene, it seems like the city of angels could compete with London to be my spiritual home. Alas, time and money put that scheme on pause for the meanwhile. Jim Vision & Mati from EndoftheLine were lucky enough to visit LA last month, with their peeps from Supremebeing hooking ‘em up with a wall behind a skate shop in Melrose, strangely…
  • The Toaster’s Rainbow In Manchester’s Northern Quarter

    caz
    10 Apr 2014 | 3:30 am
    This week we headed up north to Manchester’s Northern Quarter to check out The Toasters latest piece. A colourful piece of work, with a huge rainbow of toasters covering the hoardings of a building site. It will only stay up until June, so if you’re a Toaster fan then we suggest checking it out soon.
  • Win A Pair Of Tickets To Streetfest 2014!

    Keegan
    10 Apr 2014 | 3:14 am
    Streetfest has, over the years, become on of the biggest events in the mainstream graffiti calendar, attracting serious graffiti writers, casual street-artists and those who are absolutely new to the graffiti world and are hungry to learn more. On the Bank Holiday Sunday 4th May 2014, Streetfest returns. At a new location in Hackney Wick, the event runs midday till 11pm. The team promise a day of food, drink, live music, great DJs (including Goldie), and more – as well as a huge roster of talented spray-can enthusiasts, painting live for your enjoyment. You can buy a ticket for £18,…
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  • Innovation through Inclusion: Lessons from Medellín and Barcelona

    Blair A. Ruble
    23 Apr 2014 | 12:00 am
    For more than a century, Medellín has been known world-wide.  For Spanish-speaking members of the “Greatest Generation,” Medellín is where Argentine tango great Carlos Gardel, probably the most popular Latin singer of his generation, was martyred in a fiery crash at the local airport in 1935.  For “Boomers,” the city’s name is synonymous with the world’s most notorious drug lord ...The post Innovation through Inclusion: Lessons from Medellín and Barcelona appeared first on Meeting of the Minds.
  • Urban Centers and Climate Change: Implications from the IPCC’s New Report

    Shaina Kandel
    22 Apr 2014 | 12:08 pm
    Photo credits: IPCC On March 31st, 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released the second of three reports providing the most up-to-date scientific knowledge on climate change. The message of this behemoth effort from the international scientific community is as clear as the first line of the report, “Human interference with the climate system is occurring, and climate ...The post Urban Centers and Climate Change: Implications from the IPCC’s New Report appeared first on Meeting of the Minds.
  • Downtowns That Are Sustainable and Healthy

    Frank Teng
    21 Apr 2014 | 12:03 am
    In a reversal from trends of the last century, U.S. central cities are now growing faster than their suburbs, according to the latest census data. Sure, suburbs are continuing to grow as well, but there is been a marked shift, from 2010-2013, as Baby Boomers and young professionals seek the urban cores. As downtowns grow more dense there are increased ...The post Downtowns That Are Sustainable and Healthy appeared first on Meeting of the Minds.
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