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“All conflict comes from social inequality and those who use this to their advantage … Our civilization is facing a radical, imminent mass change. The alternative to the hierarchical power structure is based on mutual aid and group consensus. As hackers we can learn these systems, manipulate these systems, and shut down these systems if we need to.”

~ Jeremy Hammond (alleged hacker sup_g)

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Smash the system, yall…

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Musical spectrum analysis from Jon-Kyle

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I’ll take a pair of these Vans Meets Hermes please. Send bitcoin donations to: 14gFPynCLAGmhhmZcPaaXPf6vBt7NKaY56

As an undergraduate, I double majored in math and classics. Since classics covers the history and literature of Ancient Greece and Rome, I studied lyric and epic poems like the Illiad and the Odyssey of Homer and the Aeneid of Vergil. As a hip hop fan/artist, I was amazed at how similar these guys were to Biggie, Ghostface, Nas and other modern poetic legends. Both hip hop and classical poetry are designed to be spoken aloud in rhythm either with or without music. The themes are similar too, as both classical poets and rappers primarily write about wars and females. I don’t understand why there isn’t more cross-disciplinary research examining the relationship between Biggie and Homer. I’ll guess I’ll keep working on my genious grant application…

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