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https://www.youtube.com/embed/vP6Rr6azUd4 hello everyone today I'm going to show you how to change out a 33 by 22 inch drop in sink I'll show you mine right now and that is what I have currently in and it says you know 6 inch deep 33 by 22 inch drop in sink don't really like it I think it's too shallow and the bowls are a little small to work on larger pots and pans with and the water splashes out of them because they're not deep enough so getting rid of it and what we're going to put in is this glacier big kit sink kit that I got from Home Depot the model number is five five two zero zero eight and the catalog number if you're going to search on on Home Depot's webpage is SM twenty thirty four you type that into the search and you'll get this…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/9BpdHe8aR5s Logic: I think most people who have a problem or issue with me, have a problem or issue with themselves. I think that's really what it is. Like I'm positive dude, I came up from where I came from, through struggling and adversity, and made it, the underdog. The person who wasn't supposed to be here. Food stamps, welfare, people are so used to, "Yeah, yeah, rappers. Yeah, yeah, welfare. He came up, whatever." But it's like, Nah dog. I used to wake up with roaches on my face, and eating powdered milk and shit. that's real. Rob Markman: What's up everybody? Welcome back to For the Record. I'm your host Rob Markman. You might not recognize the set. It's not our normal set but trust me, this is For the Record and this is a special episode. Rob Markman: Came all the way to the west coast to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/zpYI9s_mVCs I wanted to challenge you to a little game are you up for it I don't know the game is but you're okay I'll take that as a yes but also please don't hit me you yourself kind of joked about the fact that sometimes especially when certain refreshments are involved your lyrics tend to escape your memory yeah so I was thinking what better way to to kind of demonstrate your new awakening by you finishing my favorite lines from your album okay all right by the way the justification it just gave us complete bullshit I'm just I'm just the lazy asshole alright alright the first one and you know I've been through all the highs I've seen all the lows lost track of time but I'm coming home perfect what song cut at doors a plus second one don't mean to be rude but me and…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/EM2SFOXqUco Hey, you are there! I just told you about the Peter principle. Do you know what the Peter principle is? Who is this? Laurence J Peter, the sociooge? Ah, Peter? Peter? Peter? Oh no. His name is Peter. The Peter principle states that in a hierarchy, you can go up to the point where you are no longer up to the task. Conversely, this would mean that there is a person in every hierarchy who cannot do the job at all. Really now? Are you interested in something like that? Yes of course! In any case. Am I allowed to smoke? Of course, you are in Germany, this is a free country! I love free countries! We have Mac Miller on the show today.My husband Mac Miller aka Easy Mac. I used to be Easy Mac but now I'm Mac Miller. Mac Miller aka Lary Fisherman, yeah! When did…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/GCdm4cSVN3E Jacques: The beat to Nipsey Hussle’s “Hussle & Motivate” from his long-anticipated album, 'Victory Lap,' has quite the back story. The song is based on a slowed down sample of JAY-Z’S 1998 hit, “Hard Knock Life” which in turn flipped the iconic 1977 Broadway show, “Annie.” Jacques: However, Nipsey’s explanation of how he cleared the sample is pretty interesting. Charlamagne: Did you have to clear that, who'd you have to clear that with? Nipsey Hussle: JAY-Z.Hussle: When JAY-Z got Annie to clear the record, I guess when he paid him, he said, 'Y'all gotta let every other rap artist after me use this.' Charlamagne: Wow! Hussle: Yeah. Jacques: Genius spoke to sample clearance executive David Georgeff at Warner Chappell, the publishing company that handles the rights for both “Annie” and JAY-Z’s “Hard Knock Life.” He said, quote: It comes down to property ownership and JAY-Z doesn’t own the property…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/8m97_OxnK8g – What's crackin' y'all? This Billboard and y'all should know me, Nipsey Hussle. I grew up in South Central Los Angeles. The Crenshaw District, between Slauson and Florence and Western and La Brea. My first day job was shinin' shoes for commission. I made $2.50 a shoe, and I used to pride myself on making $100 a day. So, that's a lot of shoes. First CD I bought was, might have been Microvilli by Tupac. Right after he passed away. If somebody wants to play Nip Hussle in the movie, dang. I don't know. I don't think we look nothin' alike but I think Mack Wilds is a good actor. I think he got enough actin' chops and authenticity to be able to portray a story like mine.You know what I'm sayin'? I would like to say Denzel but that boat is a… You know what I'm sayin'? That…

Rob Markman: What's up, geniuses? Welcome back to ‘For The Record’. I'm your host, Rob Markman. It's not about me today at all, okay? Our guest is one of the most vibrant, elegant, ostentatious spitters that there is ever in rap, alright? Thirteen years ago today, his first major label debut, ‘Port of Miami’ came out, and now we're talking about this ‘Port of Miami 2’. We got the boss, Ricky Rozay. Man, welcome to Genius. Rick Ross: Much love, man. Thank you for having me.Rob Markman: Nah, man, thank you for coming. It's long overdue. Rick Ross: Any time. Rob Markman: I was telling people … We was talking off-camera about our history, man. I was a young journalist freelancing at XXL. I wasn't even working at XXL. I was working in the mailroom and I used to write articles at night and do interviews, and you were one…

I really, really, really, really hate myself. You can feel so unbelievably lost and horrible and like you’re nothing and you’re invisible for no reason at all. Which is almost worse than having a reason. It’s the way that my brain works. It’s like, “Billie, what’s wrong?” “I don’t fucking know.” “Me, that’s what.” It’s like, “Who hurt you?” I’m like… I have a song called “COPYCAT.” You all know that already. “COPYCAT” is basically about someone doing fucking everything you do. The idea of “idontwannabeyouanymore” was sort of exactly the opposite. So “COPYCAT” is like, “You wanna be me so bad.” “I’m the shit, but really no, I’m not.” It’s like, “You wanna be me,” I look over at the mirror, over here.”I don’t wanna be you.” It’s so annoying to feel like this all the time, all the time. If someone is like, “Oh God, you fall apart…