90's problem


On this day in music history: August 30, 1997 - “Mo Money Mo Problems” by The Notorious B.I.G. Featuring Puff Daddy & Mase hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, also peaking at #2 on the R&B singles chart on the same date. Written by Christopher Wallace, Sean Combs, Mason Betha, Steve Jordan, Bernard Edwards and Nile Rodgers, it is the second chart topping single for the Brooklyn, NY born rapper. Having made a major breakthrough with his classic debut album “Ready To Die” in 1994, with many of songs depicting his early years in the rap game, and his former life as a drug dealer, Biggie Smalls aka The Notorious B.I.G. makes a resolution not to travel over the same ground lyrically or musically on his sophomore effort.Wanting to show a progression from the first album, the material on the follow up “Life After Death” continues to tell the rappers story, but showing greater maturity and where he wishes to go in the future. The idea for “Mo Money, Mo Problems” comes out a statement Biggie makes during an interview, saying how his then new status as one of the biggest artists in hip hop had changed the attitudes of people around him. How money and fame don’t solve all of your problems, but instead bring a whole other set of them to deal with. The track for “Mo Money” produced by Stevie J. of The Hitmen production team samples Diana Ross’ 1980 hit “I’m Coming Out” and features R&B singer Kelly Price singing the hook. Puff Daddy and Mase also contribute verses to the song, with Biggie bringing it all home. “Mo Money Mo Problems” is the second single issued after four months after B.I.G.’s death on July 15, 1997. It is supported by a slick and glossy video directed by Hype Williams, and features archival footage of the rapper along with newly filmed footage of Puffy and Mase. Entering the Hot 100 at #4 on August 2, 1997, it leaps to the top of the chart four weeks later, unseating Puffy Daddy’s “I’ll Be Missing You” (after holding at #2 for three weeks), the Bad Boy founders posthumous tribute to the fallen rapper. “Mo Money” also receives a Grammy nomination in 1998 for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, but loses to “I’ll Be Missing You”. The 12" single release of “Mo Money” is reissued in the US and UK on Record Store Day in April of 2017, pressed on marbled money green vinyl and is limited to 6,000 copies worldwide. “Mo Money Mo Problems” is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

Rewatching the first season of Teen Wolf and I just… 90% of this town’s problems would be solved if Derek knew how to use his words. It’s really… Argh.

Also, holy fuck, I laughed more during the very first episode, which I have watched six times by now, than I did in the entire fifth season.

And I really will never get over how much season 1 and 2 felt like - even if not canon Sterek - they were setting Stiles up to be bisexual. I mean, not just in a “I ship him with all the guys and read all the fangirl vibes”, but in a genuine “This is somethign this show does intentional” kind of way.

I am so terrified to reach the final season and watch that for the first time and see what this show has become…

anonymous asked:

What's your general opinion of Liane? Do you think she's a good character?

I’m gonna do my best to keep my answer to this one short, but Liane??? Hmm.

Tw for mentions of drugs and sexual abuse

I can tell she does try, but like 90% of cartman’s problems stem from her personal issues and her lack (or perhaps, overkill) of parenting. She’s got a history of sex and drugs, and according to cartman, he’s fully aware of and even has been involved in it (Tbh it helps point the finger that cartman has been sexually abused). I mean the whole “mailman” comment might be seen as a throwaway line but he references stuff like that throughout the series soooooo. She has this weird way of giving cartman everything he wants while still, on the other hand, neglecting him.

I mean, think about “tsst” for a moment. When she got her own life under control and found comfort/friendship in another person, cartman’s behavior turned right around. It wasn’t until she was alone again that shit hit the fan and cartman went back to normal.

Tldr, Liane uses sex, drugs and her own son as coping mechanisms for whatever is going on in her life. She’s trying but she’s directly influenced how cartman is now and may have potentially had a hand in sexually abusing him

So... this happened.

I was at a family gathering today and my cousins and I, being the geeks we are started talking about the good old classic debate of Digimon vs Pokemon.

Now I like to think I’m not part of the mob mentality from the 90s where you were either a Pokemon or a Digimon kid. You could only like one and not the other back then apparently….

Nah, I grew up liking both. I just tended to gravitate towards Digimon more (hence this blog). And my cousin gravitated towards Pokemon more.

Aaaaaaaaanyway. Back on track.

My cousin decided to bring up a reason he disliked Digimon - The fact that all Digimon names end the same way and they are very repetitive as a result.

This remark was met by a good…. I wanna say 5 seconds of silence from me as it registered in my brain.

Digimon is a shortened version of two words - digital monsters

By definition of this name as well as the fact they live in the digital world, one would say it’s logical that a digimon’s name can also be related to digital terms.

Let’s take a look at some well known digimon:




The common factor here is MON. Each Digimon’s name ends in this…. Hmmm…. What does this remind me of???

Digimon are digital monsters

MON is their file type

This would mean that in the case of say Agumon for example, AGU is the file name and MON is the file type

Back to the story…..

My cousin continued his complaining about this and looked at me for my response, thinking I wouldn’t have one.

So I simply told him what I said above. It shut him up for a good five or so minutes. I have never been more pleased.