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You probably could have sold those and made a little bit of your money back.
thats the most entertainment i got from those things
Nope. Worth it
i'm kinda new to this here blue board. i read some of the HOF thread over the weekend.
when i first read this thread i thought, how in hell is this dude considered for tBB HOF? now i see why. this is HOF material
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i was under the impression that UV had nothing to do with being in the HOF
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The Wire is goat..
There's not even enough down votes in the world that would be enough for the Op's comment..
This post was edited by jmsmooth33 15 months ago
Wee Bay is my guy.
At Jessup, Wee-Bey tells De'londa Brice that if she has thrown Namond out then he will stay out of her care. (Season 4, Episode 13 "Final Grades")
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I hope Omar teaches OP a lesson
"You come at the king, you best not miss"
Of course I'm a bit bias being a Baltimore native, but for the type of show it was there is none better. It blows NYPD Blue and Law and Order and crap like that out of the world. Being from Bmore makes me appreciate it even more because of how spot on it is.
I actually liked season 2 because my uncle worked the ports for thirty years and they nail it. And if you ever come to Bmore the Wire presented West Bmore pretty damn accurately. Let's just say West Baltimore is about as hard as it gets. The Wire focused on the poor school system and how the "no child left behind" policy is absolute bs.
Also the season when they decriminalized drugs and started Hampsterdamn was based on what the old mayor of Bmore, Kurt Schmoke was trying to do when in office. He tried to decrim drugs the whole time he was mayor and his plan was to do what the Wire did and push all of the drugs into one designated area to reduce widespread crime and to clean up surrounding neighborhoods.
I actually supported Schmokes vision and agree with it fully, but obviously decriminalizing all drugs wouldn't fly with alot of folk. Anyway, my point is that the Wire did an incredible job of showing how Baltimore is on so many different social levels. Excellent show imo.
Lol. I flew into BWI from Florida one time and as I was waiting for my ride to pick me up outside of the baggage claim, I looked to my left and the guy who played Wee Bay was standing right next to me.
I sparked a conversation with him about the Wire and movies he was in like Belly, In Too Deep, etc... He had just flown in from NY to do the upcoming season. He was cool as hell. We spoke for about twenty minutes about this and that. He was real down to earth.
After talking to him for awhile a tricked out, black Caddy Esculade pulled up to pick him up and his ride was the character Snoop. The lesbian hitman(or woman rather) on the show. She's actually from West Baltimore. Alot of the cast was from Bmore actually.
Anyway, Wee Bay introduced us and they were on their way. Now I have my Wee Bay/Snoop story. Lol.
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Saw that the other day.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Hey, that's a real cool story, bro.
Ole Pat Riley lookin' ass!
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