I’m sorry, but that’s not the question. It’s rhetorical / food for thought; explicitly referencing the audacity to speak for the memory of someone you didn’t know. It is arrogant and impractical to think that is your place.
Its crazy to think what “some” ppl would of said about insomniac when they put out games like song of the deep &fuse. I mean now held in super high regard & rightfully so, you cant just say a dev sucks based on 1 or games. Food for thought when “some” bash studios within XGS
@Hallie_Rich11 so, the "rapper" responsible for songs like "Fuck tha Police, Gangsta, Gangsta, and Dopeman," whining about a murder isn't Hypocrisy in your eyes???? How many inner city youths were MURDERED simply because of this man's lyrics? Food for thought...
Why are you surprised? Is it not him who appointed them? They have to dance to his song. Everything Jeane Mensah believed in when she headed the IEA about building consensus btn the parties n the then EC has suddenly vanished? Question is what happened? Food for thought.
This is an absolutely stunning song by Evan Bartels. It gives some food for thought as to what we define as dugs, and the power of love. I remember hearing Evan's version and it hit home pretty hard. Let me know what you think of my version.
@MeekMillFood for thought maybe a rap song about becoming a cop would be good. Help people understand that can be that change instead of hatin on them. Makes sense right? Acting like you fight for your people... Fuck outta here
Food for thought!
In as much as I disagree with divorce, we don't really know what transpired between the couple. We shouldn't judge the man. The video might not necessarily be the reason. There may be more to it. It may also be that it's not the first time his privacy is being
Excellent video, well done! Definitely gave me some theological food for thought.
BTW: Love the Metallica shirt! That was an awesome band ("Enter Sandman" and "Of Wolf and Man" are my favorite songs of theirs). pic.twitter.com/HvOowEtN9W
The second and third songs of @HamiltonMusical was about the revolution starting and rising up.
“Well the revolution’s imminent, what do you stall for?”
“If you stand for nothing, Burr. What’ll you fall for?”
Food for thought.
Words of the late Ms. Afeni Shakur. The song Changes by Tupac is a reflection of the current state we are in, more than 20 years since it released. Literature, poetry, music are food for thought, knowledge is power. https://twitter.com/2pac/status/1124006890965491714…