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CPB: sorry for the wait

Posted in AYKD, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, fashion with tags , , , , , on March 15, 2012 by Munz

its been a long time.. i had to approach the Cold Peanut butter the right way

Word

Posted in As1, AYKD, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, fashion, food, Fotography, K.G.B., KNOCK, life, MUSIC, Tech, Uncategorized with tags , on December 4, 2011 by Munz







Its finally here, the EXTRA BUTTER X REEBOK – “AHCHOO”

I really cant describe the feeling of being apart of this movement… i will say i am PROUD of my team Congrats to the team i wish many more to the guys

http://www.highsnobiety.com/news/2011/12/03/video-extra-butter-x-reebok-ahchoo-pump-axt/

http://sneakernews.com/2011/12/02/extra-butter-x-reebok-pump-axt-ahchoo/

http://www.complex.com/sneakers/2011/12/extra-butter-x-reebok-pump-axt-ahchoo

http://www.sneakerfiles.com/2011/12/02/extra-butter-x-reebok-pump-axt-achoo-video-full-version/

http://theshoegame.com/articles/extra-butter-x-reebok-axt-achoo-new-images.html

http://hypebeast.com/2011/12/extra-butter-x-reebok-axt-ahchoo/

http://www.foreversneakz.com/blog/2011/12/extra-butter-x-reebok-achoo-pump-axt-video-preview/

http://www.street-rules.com/2011/12/reebok-pump-axt-x-extra-butter-%E2%80%98achoo%E2%80%99/

http://www.sneakerfreaker.com/newsflash/Extra-Butter-X-Reebok-Pump-ahchoo-Preview-Clip/

and mannnnnyyyy moreeeeeeee

Mozilla Fights for the Internet’s Future

Posted in Uncategorized, As1, fashion, K.G.B., Fotography, food, culture, MUSIC, KNOCK, AYKD, life, Tech, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter with tags , , , on November 21, 2011 by Munz

November 15th, 2011 · Around the Web, Mozilla Community, Mozilla News, Press Releases

Starting at midnight, Mozilla will join other leading Internet companies, public interest groups and citizens in opposing The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the US House of Representatives. We’re censoring the Mozilla logo on many of our web sites as part of American Censorship Day and we sent Congressional leaders a joint letter together with AOL, eBay, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, Yahoo!, and Zynga raising our concerns with the bill.

This marks the first time we’ve come together with these giants of the Internet on any policy issue. The decision to inform legislators and users of our serious reservations with SOPA was a no-brainer and fell into place quickly over just a few days of discussion. We believe The Stop Online Piracy Act threatens our ability as an industry to continue to offer our many important software and web services to the hundreds of millions of users who rely on them, as well as the many employees and developers we support to innovate these technologies.

For Mozilla, we see this as a fight for the future of the Internet. Mozilla’s General Counsel, Harvey Anderson, blogged a few days ago that if the legislation were to pass into law it would likely chill free expression online, expose Internet users and companies to undue liability, be abused by plaintiffs, and still ultimately fail in its goal to thwart piracy.

We encourage you to take action today and tell your Congressional representatives how you feel about SOPA!

Here’s a copy of our letter to Congressional leaders:

Dear Chairman Leahy, Ranking Member Grassley, Chairman Smith and Ranking Member Conyers:

The undersigned Internet and technology companies write to express our concern with legislative measures that have been introduced in the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives, S. 968 (the “PROTECT IP Act”) and H.R. 3261 (the “Stop Online Piracy Act”).

We support the bills’ stated goals — providing additional enforcement tools to combat foreign “rogue” websites that are dedicated to copyright infringement or counterfeiting.  Unfortunately, the bills as drafted would expose law-abiding U.S. Internet and technology companies to new uncertain liabilities, private rights of action, and technology mandates that would require monitoring of web sites.  We are concerned that these measures pose a serious risk to our industry’s continued track record of innovation and job-creation, as well as to our Nation’s cybersecurity. We cannot support these bills as written and ask that you consider more targeted ways to combat foreign “rogue” websites dedicated to copyright infringement and trademark counterfeiting, while preserving the innovation and dynamism that has made the internet such an important driver of economic growth and job creation.

One issue merits special attention. We are very concerned that the bills as written would seriously undermine the effective mechanism Congress enacted in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) to provide a safe harbor for internet companies that act in good faith to remove infringing content from their sites.  Since their enactment in 1998, the DMCA’s safe harbor provisions for online service providers have been a cornerstone of the U.S. Internet and technology industry’s growth and success.  While we work together to find additional ways to target foreign rogue sites, we should not jeopardize a foundational structure that has worked for content owners and Internet companies alike and provides certainty to innovators with new ideas for how people create, find, discuss, and share information lawfully online.

We are proud to be part of an industry that has been crucial to U.S. economic growth and job creation. A recent McKinsey Global Institute Report found that the Internet accounts for 3.4 percent of GDP in the 13 countries that they studied, and, in the U.S., the Internet’s contribution to GDP is even larger. If Internet consumption and expenditure were a sector, its contribution to GDP would be bigger than energy, agriculture, communication, mining, or utilities. In addition, the Internet industry has increased productivity for small and medium-sized businesses by 10%.  We urge you not to risk either this success or the tremendous benefits these new platforms have brought to hundreds of millions of Americans and people around the world.

We stand ready to work with the Congress to develop targeted solutions to addressing the problem of foreign rogue websites.

Thank you in advance for your consideration.

Sincerely,

AOL
eBay
Facebook
Google
LinkedIn
Mozilla
Twitter
Yahoo!
Zynga

Additional links to the bill and other commentary can be found below:

Mr. Oct 28th n change

Posted in As1, AYKD, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, fashion, food, Fotography, K.G.B., KNOCK, life, MUSIC, Tech with tags , , on October 28, 2011 by Munz


So i decide to jump on a plane for my birthday and take a trip out of reality ..
packed my camera n tri pod.. bought a ticket and called in sick to work
(camfone pics)

complementary drinks cuz my Russian comrades next to me were complaining about something.. so they gave my row free drinks .. i got vodka because im a lush and it was a shout to my new friends.. way to start a b’day? right? RIGHT

i wonder what im lookin at?

#THIS

Dinner time  so we just cooled out at the bar real low key
Fried flying fish .. codfish cakes and one of these..

#L.L.B.

While im eating, my friends pop up with this cake shooting flames.. so unexpected very dope.
[shout out to rico n stunna]

wake up the next day..
“cake for breakfast .. yikes” [frank ocean voice]

actually had eggs n corn beef hash n hash browns for breffis..
cool with you? cool with me

look at them eyebrizzles [cali lingo] lol
cooled out this day just resting up for the night time madness..

night time madness

next morn.. lazy n drained..

while they KO i figa i soke some sun up..
face all swollen lol

this beer is trash DoT com.. but i drank it. #BALANCE

Gettin MrKrab for that crusty krab loot

settled for a krabby patty..

Picked up a MacBook Pro for myself a few days prior .. its cool .. i digg it. just did some skype [Doc_Munz] work …with my burger in hand #ez

Bigg Chillin with my cuzzin Trouble T [to my left, out of site] we split a bottle of jonnie walker black label and coconut water.
#WASTTEDDDDDDDDDDDDDD was not the word

Final words on the the day.. BEST ONE EVER [bday].. obviously i didnt post all pics.. but just enuff to stay clear. but do understand that shit did get Nigg’norant

coming soon

Condoms

Posted in As1, AYKD, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, fashion, food, Fotography, K.G.B., KNOCK, life, MUSIC, Tech, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2011 by Munz


I Recently got checked out for all STDs… And im Clean through and through..
But not everyone can be Floyd Mayweather out in these sheets (undefeated), so i stocked up..
this isnt a “get tested” post, ill save that one for another time but more like a WRAP it up post.. so WRAP it up.. check out sites like http://www.condomman.com/ if u wanna stock up like ya boy

Ease Da Man’s “AVERAGE SIZEd PENIS”

Posted in As1, AYKD, C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, fashion, food, Fotography, K.G.B., KNOCK, life, MUSIC, Tech, Uncategorized with tags on September 27, 2011 by Munz


mixtape is available!  http://www.mediafire.com/?oeh6hgz741n5bxk

My guy your guy everyone’s guy Ease Da Man aka Tweetus Christ Aka Yawo
Has just released his long over due mixtape, Im not even gonna go in to the joints but check out the first single Levitate

Fuck Swag!

It’s always about the Kookies, ALWAYS!

Posted in C.P.B., Cold Peanut butter, culture, food with tags , , , , , on August 30, 2011 by Munz


Unless I’m horny, then its about the bitches too!