Cool ones at the Super Dome for Falcon’s game. Whereare Earnest and the Gents?

 

Who–Dat @ the Super-Dome Mozell Georgia Ann Williams.jpg
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who-dat cool Lonnie Rakstraw Doug Turner (2).jpg
Elaine Mack Berlinda Lipscomd @ the Dome.jpg
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Billy {Wild Bill} Smith @ the Super Dome1.jpg

11 COMMENTS

  1. As I looked at the photos…I see a bunch of drunks…SMILE…if you guys were at the Superdome…we were probably here making money…you know…we controlled the streets back then…boy we always were rivals…this has always been a good rivalry…just think…Johnny Hood, Loney Man, and many others were some of our best friends…they knew we controlled the streets so they sneaked into our groups…"because we had the goods"…we never hated you guys…we just out performed you all…we had all the girls!!!!!…thanks we had much fun with them all…now you all can have them back…although you can’t do much with them…some of our boys probably have some "hamburger helper" for you aging guys…SMILE…Rev. Earnest Mason

      • Yes Sir…it is all in fun…no offense intended….we use a different vernacular when talking today…I guess one would have to "open their minds"…you would get a real lesson with what the youth are saying today… that was taboo with your generation…I guess one would have to catch up…It is a different world out there…the culture has changed…I simply

        • Jerry Lamar Castleberry Class of 1965

          Thanks for the explanation because there are a lot of people of my generation who might not understand what you were saying with our closed minds in this new world. In the vernacular of President Ronald Reagan, I will not use your age against you".

              • Yo, pay attention
                And listen real closely how I break this slang _hit down

                Check it, my weed smoke is my lye
                A ki of coke is a pie
                When I’m lifted, I’m high
                With new clothes on, I’m fly
                Cars is whips and sneakers is kicks
                Money is chips, movies is flicks
                Also, cribs is homes, jacks is pay phones
                Cocaine is nose candy, cigarettes is bones
                A radio is a box, a razor blade is a ox
                Fat diamonds is rocks and jakes is cop
                And if you got rubbed, you got stuck
                You got shot, you got bucked
                And if you got double-crossed, you got _ucked
                Your bankroll is your poke, a choke hold is a yoke
                A kite is a note, a con is a okey doke
                And if you got punched that mean you got snuffed
                To clean is to buff, a bull scare is a strong bluff
                I know you like the way I’m freakin’ it
                I talk with slang and I’ma never stop speakin’ it

                "Speak with criminal slang" -Nas
                That’s just the way that I talk, yo
                "Vocabulary spills, I’m ill" -Nas

                Yo, yo
                A burglary is a jook, a woof’s a crook
                Mobb Deep already explained the meanin’ of shook
                If you caught a felony, you caught a F
                If you got killed, you got left
                If you got the dragon, you got bad breath
                If you 730, that mean you crazy
                Hit me on the hip means page me
                Angel dust is sherm, if you got AIDS, you got the germ
                If a chick gave you a disease, then you got burned
                Max mean to relax, guns and pistols is gats
                Condoms is hats, critters is cracks
                The food you eat is your grub
                A victim’s a mark
                A sweat box is a small club, your tick is your heart
                Your apartment is your pad
                Your old man is your dad
                The studio is the lab and heated is mad
                I know you like the way I’m freakin’ it
                I talk with slang and I’ma never stop speakin’ it