On November 19, 1996 @mobbdeepqb and rap duo @prodigymobbdeep & @mobbdeephavoc Released their album hell on earth. This album is easily the most grimiest album I’ve ever heard. Havoc on the beats was really in his zone when he was producing this album. Hell on earth is just amazing, the song is basically Mobb deep talking about hell on earth, and using hell as a Metaphor to describe the dangers of their streets and basically saying it is hell with gangs, drugs, and guns. Drop a gem on em is a 2pac diss where havoc and prodigy spit bars over a hard hitting boom bap beat with a piano sample, and in my opinion they got pac on this track hands down. Overall if you like that grimy dirty New York rap this is the album for you, from production to lyrics you can’t go wrong with this album at all. A master piece and a must have for any hip hop head. Favorite songs: drop a gem on em, hell on earth, bloodsport, and give it up fast. If you haven’t checked this album out please do. 10/10 Classic #mobbdeep#hellonearth#queenbridge#grimyrap#90shiphop#ripprodigy
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There’s so much wrong with this country’s laws. What in the actual fuck is wrong with these people?!!These mf’ers are VIOLENT, SICK FUCKS!!!! #Repost @pawsitivepawsrescues (@get_repost)
The fact that this sweet beautiful angel is still wagging its tail completely gutted me @Regranned from @blingblingbitch8888 - Very graphic🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫🚫not suitable for younger audiences. Boycott China now
@Regrann from @grouci - From rita wong
Cruelty to Dogs(Location: China)Our relationship with non-human animals are complicated, frustrating and challenging. We have a long way to go to teach compassion amongst us as most have "redecorated nature". We humans seem to think we are way above animals and they don't deserve the right to live. What's amazing is this was carried out right outside a Police Station.Start with animal-cruelty laws, fight for it!
This volcano lake in Juan Castro Blanco National Park was our reward for the toughest hike I’ve ever done. This near-death experience entailed crossing a river multiple times including at the lip of a waterfall, slogging and sliding through knee deep mud, freezing rain and wind, and quicksand - and it wasn’t a loop - we had to do it again on the way back.
#hellonearth#50 %rain+50%mud=100%suffering #morethanibargainedfor
The Devils Anvil - Verdun
“When you hear the whistling in the distance your entire body preventively crunches together to prepare for the enormous explosions. Every new explosion is a new attack, a new fatigue, a new affliction. Even nerves of the hardest of steel, are not capable of dealing with this kind of pressure. The moment comes when the blood rushes to your head, the fever burns inside your body and the nerves, numbed with tiredness, are not capable of reacting to anything anymore. It is as if you are tied to a pole and threatened by a man with a hammer. First the hammer is swung backwards in order to hit hard, then it is swung forwards, only missing your skull by an inch, into the splintering pole. In the end you just surrender. Even the strength to guard yourself from splinters now fails you. There is even hardly enough strength left to pray to God.“ - A French soldier describes a bombardment at Verdun.
Of the 800,000 (more recent estimates are higher) casualties at Verdun, an estimated 70 percent were caused by artillery. The Germans launched two million shells during their opening bombardment; more than in any engagement in history to that point. Both sides eventually fired between 40 and 60 million shells over the next ten months.
📷: A French dugout in the aftermath of an enemy artillery bombardment. Spring, 1916. 🇫🇷