Actually it says his mixtape is "ok"
I'm probably going to sound ignorant for saying this, but I miss the time when the internet wasn't a mandatory thing to have. Back in the days of 2002 (atleast my days) when the Internet wasn't filled with ghetto humor and the majority of fvcked up spelling and grammar was either typed by a someone speaking in something other than their native tongue or when 1337 talk was cool. I really dislike the tasteless, self-presenting humor that is todays culture and the fact that so many idiots have access to the (previously) wonderful thing that is the internet. Granted, the progress that we've made with the internet has been tremendous and it really helps make the lives of many common folk, but at the same time, the majority of social media you come across nowadays ia just cancerous. I miss the old days when the internet was somewhat a luxury to have and wasn't mandatory for everyone to have access to. Sorry for the long rant.
@The Third Gender, *today's
@Poser Pete, oh, sorry. I wish I could go back and fix that :/
@The Third Gender, I mostly blame vine but that's just me
@The Third Gender, I too miss the days when the Internet was nicer for 'us', but when I remember that it wasn't nicer for those who did not have access, I realize that this is a net step forward not backward. I can reminisce all I want, but at the end of the day, it isn't all about me.
@The Third Gender, I agree and even though I'm just a teenager, I would've enjoyed experiencing the newness of the Internet and being enthralled by its simple, yet fascinating abilities
@Fearthemoo, very true, im not saying that this is a step backward in humanity as a whole, but I feel like the once small and select group that used to dominate it has become diluded. But I definitely can't say that the internet is 100% good for the general population. As we all know, alot of hate and hate culture is spread through the internet and it can create either a sense of unnecessary hostility in some, or insensitivity in others. I think if I didnt have the internet, I would have kept the morals I grew up with, now I (like some others who spend too much time on the web) have to pretend to have moral values infront of other people.
@The Third Gender, I feel the Internet has helped me become who I am, but it could never change who I was going to be. Personal anecdotes aside, the Internet does spread hate, but just as hate groups have joined the realm, so have social movements and charities, mainly due to the expansion to more people. On the other point: I am certain that of the "others" had the Internet first, they would reminisce about the good days when "we" weren't on it. Just because a group was dominant, doesn't mean it was right. All a matter of opinion how the Internet should be. I guess my overall point is: change isn't bad, it's just different. The Internet will change more, not for the better, not for the worse, but just to be different.
@Fearthemoo, I can agree to the majority of that statement, so I shall address the half I do not. Though you may not be as affected as others, a good number of folks become different people after long exposure to the Internet and they're personalities tend to change and cater mor towards internet culture. This is especially true in young people. And I wouldn't necessarily say the old ways were right, but I can very confidently say that there was less wrong. But I can't agree with the statement that it will not change for better or worse. It's going to go one way or the other, regardless of the opinion on what it is. I don't think that the capabilites of the Internet will decline at all, infact I think that they will improve drastically. However; I believe the culture surrounding it will slowly but surely depreciate into a very conflict ridden cespool.
@The Third Gender, jesus christ, it's 4 am. What the hell am I doing with my life?
@The Third Gender, as a college student and a 19 year old, I can safely say fvck you ubiquitous internet is awesome and the only thing keeping me from dropping out of college and offing myself. If I had to do research the way they did in the 90s there's no way I could handle it. I'm too lazy and unmotivated. Having a godzillion scientific and psychological articles at my fingertips makes it easy (at least the finding sources part).
@The Third Gender, I don't like some of the humor either and when I first got this app I was going to delete it because I didn't like some of the "humor" I saw. But, you can't stop the Internet. Everyone has access to it now and that means stupid people have access to it as well. You have to tolerate or ignore the dumb things.
@The Third Gender, I'm screenshoting this for future reads.
This isn't even my final form!
"Who are the five best rappers of all time? Think about it... Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, and Dylan... Because I spit hot fiyah." -Dylan
His mixtape is fire. Literally it's on fire
@Shiv899, Actually, according to its status, it's just ok.
I have a friend who is naming their child Ember...I feel sorry for that kid. "Use Ember!"
Eh… it's ok
His bars so hot he spits hot fire, literally