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Old 01-07-2013, 07:47 PM   #292841
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They were considering implementing that here, too. It's very east asian.
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Old 01-07-2013, 07:49 PM   #292842
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:00 PM   #292843
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It's not very complicated but this is why lil' Wayne will always be sh!t. Because he can't do what a fake Sherlock Holmes can do :/


Holmes definitely won that one.
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Old 01-07-2013, 08:01 PM   #292845
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To me that video is a metaphor for the current state of hip hop. At 1:15 Shakespeare destroys the song with a fierce and technically impressive verse. Then Things 1 and 2 come out and *win* the show by dancing around and shouting in obnoxious pajamas.

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As much as I like Shakespeare I still think Seuss won. Shakespeare's first verse was pretty boring, with his second being amazing. Seuss has a good flow through both verses.
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I missed this one. It's also pretty good.

I didn't like it at first, but it has really grown on me
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As much as I like Shakespeare I still think Seuss won. Shakespeare's first verse was pretty boring, with his second being amazing. Seuss has a good flow through both verses.
I will agree that first verse was pretty boring. I zoned out.

BUT the iambic pentameter part was fvcking raw (only time you will ever hear that sentence spoken).

It's been a while but this is legit or very close
I hath been iambic on that ass ye (bastard)
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I know that probably doesn't sound like that's all that cool but that's more legit that a video like this deserves.
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I will agree that first verse was pretty boring. I zoned out.

BUT the iambic pentameter part was fvcking raw (only time you will ever hear that sentence spoken).

It's been a while but this is legit or very close
I hath been iambic on that ass ye (bastard)
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I know that probably doesn't sound like that's all that cool but that's more legit that a video like this deserves.
I give him credit for doing it in pentameter, but that's dactylic, not iambic.
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The first few lines were iambic, though.
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I will agree that first verse was pretty boring. I zoned out.

BUT the iambic pentameter part was fvcking raw (only time you will ever hear that sentence spoken).

It's been a while but this is legit or very close
I hath been iambic on that ass ye (bastard)
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I know that probably doesn't sound like that's all that cool but that's more legit that a video like this deserves.
I entirely agree with you. The guy playing Shakespeare raps this way, and he does an amazing job with it. Entirely legit
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