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For Prodigy, 'Survival Of The Fittest' Was A Mantra For The Plate As Much As The Streets

Quiet Storm: When pop culture recognized Mobb Deep https://t.co/sEy702NAnL #RIPProdigy pic.twitter.com/yU6Dk1FRBj

— CASSIUS (@CassiusLife_) June 20, 2017

Albert “Prodigy” Johnson, founding member of legendary Queens rap group Mobb Deed…

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The Well

Relationships and Gender roles

This blog post has been brewing in my mind for a while. It’s quite a hard piece to write as I don’t want to come across badly, judge-y or stereotypical or like I’m speaking for everyone. 2,394 more words

In the Stillness

There are moments when my passions intersect, unexpectedly and deliciously. Today, one of those collisions occurred, bringing me another step forward in my karate training. Let me back up and explain, just a little bit. 360 more words


An Eventful June 

June has been a busy month in the land of Lindsay. As a result I have been exhausted almost perpetually this month. Hoping for a relatively quiet July, and in turn time to recover. 381 more words



The paper, Emotion Intensities in Tweets, authored by Saif M. Mohammad and Felipe Bravo-Marquez, talks about how they went about creating the data and building their system on Weka. 111 more words


My advice to those thinking of giving up

First of all I would like to say thank you to MyGymStack for giving me this opportunity to write a guest blog post! Today I will be providing you all with some advice which, based on personal experience, has helped me adopt the mind-set that I now have for life. 618 more words

Fitness And Training

Do You Read the Bible, or Study It?

How do you read?  I don’t mean how you learned grammar, vocabulary, and punctuation.  Rather, how do you process written material?  I know that I read various kinds of material differently: 1,024 more words