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Interviews, My Ninjas!

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So if you don’t read our music page at least occasionally, you probably should. Currently we have 4 ridiculously tight interviews over on our music page dor your consumption. These artists have agreed to give myninjaplease a little bit of their time so that you can get to know them better. The interviews are guaranteed to satisfy, or your money back.

music.mnp interviews:

The Hip Hop Family Affair: The Jugganots

DJ Kool Akiem - Rap’s 5-Star Funk General

Jalani Horton from Reggae Group Bambu Station

DJ Child from Project Groundation

All interviews are conducted by main ninja Trizlam. Hit him up with questions, comments or feedback.

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Posted: May 18th, 2007
at 4:42pm by black octagons


Categories: hood status,music,celebrity

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Celebrities do the darndest things.

Ia€™m just saying that if youa€™re that famous, someonea€™s gonna notice you traveling to a country the US has a no-traveling.. thing.. on. And if things probably go as they normally do, and for Michael Moore, Ia€™m sure this administration will make sure he gets something, hea€™ll lose his passport, thusly trapping him within this country.

I dona€™t really know who is worse off.

smokinjoenews.wordpress via breitbart

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Posted: May 17th, 2007
at 10:47am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,film,politricks

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Flipflopflyin

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Posted: May 11th, 2007
at 9:51am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,computers,celebrity,art

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The World’s Most Interesting Man

There are four and you can view them here: Most Interesting Man, Packages, Mixed Nuts, and Careers.
Created by Euro RSCG/New York with Jeff Kling as Creative Director. Steve Miller directed the spots with @radical media as the production company (Outside Editorial
did the post work).

All of these spots are tied in at the end with our interesting gentleman telling us to a€oestay thirsty my friendsa€A which is actually the web address to their campaign site, www.staythirstymyfriends.com. Here you can test your skill in patience and strength(by arm wrestling Mao, Churchill, Stalin, or even our most interesting man), apply to become the most interesting man in the worlda€™s personal assistant, and view various photos with our host performing various a€oemanlya€A feats. Pretty funny site to match the spots, kudos.

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Posted: May 8th, 2007
at 9:28am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,celebrity,too good to be true,business

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Me Julie

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Jules Verne is hardcore. He accurately wrote about cars, planes, calculators, and submarines before they’d been invented. Plus, he was shot by his nephew. Anyway…

His stories, along with Burroughs, always make me a bit nostalgic for the mid-19th century, back when I was a lad. I’m always a bit aloof at first, but then get drawn into the adventure, whether it’s traveling to the center of the earth or to a forgotten island full of prehistoric beasts. Back before Google maps and "modern science," adventure stories were so exciting because they had the slight possibility of being real. Now that essentially the whole world has been explored, mapped, and highways put in, science fiction and adventure stories have become comparatively lame.

Instead of stories about Amazonian cannibals, we get celebrity chefs like Tony Bourdain trying exotic fishes from reputable restaurants. While Michael Crichton brought us a little taste of the old days with the first Jurassic Park, he has since devolved into boring garbage about nano-technology and rants against the reality of global warming, stating that "a belief in extraterrestrials has paved the way, in a progression of steps, to a belief in global warming." What happened to the T-Rex? It was much more believable.

Oh well.

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Posted: April 30th, 2007
at 9:55am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,celebrity,too good to be true

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Kurt Vonnegut Dead

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This dude was a ninja, so we think he deserves a mention.

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Posted: April 12th, 2007
at 5:40pm by Black Ock


Categories: celebrity,real life news,9th dan

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talking animals are the new "it" of ’07

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Posted: April 11th, 2007
at 11:10am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: celebrity,business

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mike jones

Yo… I been saying this for a good while…

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Posted: March 22nd, 2007
at 10:18am by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,music,celebrity

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Help us, Obi Wan!

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Well, we’re gonna have to give a big shoutout to mnp on-scene correspondent, Mickie Smalls for pointing out "astounding similarities" between Harriet Miers and Emperor Palpatine. The only difference between the two is that Palpatine was (reportedly) significantly more qualified to do the job at the time of his nomination and subsequent appointment. I think this requires an immediate senate special investigation committee.

Once again, props to Mickie Smalls, for doing the groundwork and keeping the earth, no, the GALAXY safe for ninjas everywhere. If you would like to submit your links, or bring anything to our attention, e-mail suggest@myninjaplease.com.

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Posted: March 15th, 2007
at 2:37pm by black octagons


Categories: myninjaplease,celebrity,politricks,fo' real?

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