Quotes by Ice T

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Winners have to absorb losses. more...

The more you try to suppress us, the larger we get. more...

The truth is, everybody I've ever met who's successful is a workaholic. more...

Redemption just means you just make a change in your life and you try to do right, versus what you were doing, which was wrong. more...

I'm just disillusioned with the hip-hop sound right now. It's too materialistic. You know, I'm the kind of guy ... I can't do that. If you track my movement, you'll never see a picture of me with any girl that wasn't mine, or my own car. My jewelry, my clothes. What kind of gangsta rapper has a stylist? A stylist?! more...

I had no idea there was ever going to be rap music. Those rhymes were something you would do on the street. There was an album, if you research it, called 'Hustler's Convention,' and it was like, old cats saying rhymes. You had The Last Poets. Then you had Gil Scott-Heron. Iceberg Slim even did an album called 'Reflection' where he spoke in rhyme. more...

It's just that when you heard hip-hop, no matter where you were, it was a culture that kind of made you want to try to be part of it. Whether you thought you were an artist, whether you thought you could be a DJ, whether you thought you could breakdance, or whether you thought you could rap. It was the kind of culture that had a lot of open doors. more...

I have no hatred for cops. I have hatred for racists and brutal people, but not necessarily the cops. The cops are just doing what they're told to do. more...

I think singing and acting go hand in hand. Take an R&B singer: one song says, 'I love you,' the next is, 'Baby, don't leave me', the next is, 'If you leave me I don't care.' You have to drop in and out of different perspectives. more...

The right to bear arms is because it's the last form of defense against tyranny. more...

If somebody wants to kill people, they don't need a gun to do it. more...

I've never been competitive with anybody but myself. more...

I think men, growing up, you have to go through some form of hardship. You've got to harden the metal. more...

AIDS is such a scary thing and it's also the kind of thing that you think won't happen to you. It can happen to you and it's deadly serious. more...

As an actor, you can do what you want with your role. That's why they hire you; to take the role and make it real. more...

If you're really a rapper, you can't stop rapping. more...

A good emcee will rhyme a lot of different ways. Don't limit yourself. more...

An MC is somebody who can control the crowd. An MC is a master of ceremonies so not only can you say your rap, you can rock the party. more...

I'm a big fan of all styles, even Biggie and Wu-Tang, but I gotta do my thing. more...

I make an effort to keep it as real as I possibly can. more...

Every once in a while, I hear somebody call me Tracy to try to let me know that they know me, you know, personally. But most of my real friends will call me Trey, or 'Ice' was basically short for Iceberg. So they would call me - some of my boys call me Berg. more...

I think L.A. radio is learning from the Bay. The Bay is a very classic place. Mac Mall, C-Bo, all that stuff, they love their artists, they're old school up there. My first big concert was playing in the Bay; I played the Fillmore. more...

I think the most successful are the most paranoid. The first thing people do when they buy a mansion is they build the biggest wall you could possibly build around it. What happens is, now you become a target. If I go into the hood, I'm at a disadvantage. They could carry guns. I can't. They can hit me in the face. I can't. more...

Some music comes from a real place; some music comes from your imagination. It's difficult to find out what's real and what's not, especially with the gangster stuff. more...

I don't feel that rap has been respected as an art form. Because people have seen rappers rap off the top of their heads, they don't think it is difficult. more...

I started writing rhymes first and then put it to the music. I figured out I could lock it to the beat better if I heard the music first. I like to get a lot of tracks, put the track up and let the music talk to me about what it's about. more...

Los Angeles is a microcosm of the United States. If L.A. falls, the country falls. more...

I ain't got no beef with east coast, I think it's just being hyped up. more...

As long as I'm around the cats in the hip hop scene, they'll throw me a track and I'll write a rap over it. more...

Everything we do helps the new artists in the long run. more...

I don't have to put out another rap record. I can do it at my casual pace. more...

A lot of the younger kids now can rap, but they're scared of the crowd. Mastery of that stage is an MC. I don't know if you've seen any great MCs on stage but when you do it's like wow, this is more than the words to rhymes. more...

Being cool is when you win, you don't get too happy; and when you lose, you don't get too mad. more...

I'm on the front line and I am a rapper. more...

My father's family came from Virginia and Philadelphia. He wasn't a brother who talked a lot. He was a workingman, a quiet, blue-collar dude. more...

Ultimately I am happy that everybody is embracing hip hop and the sounds from the streets. more...

You can't come out on a record dissing the system and be on a label that's connected to the system. more...

You have to come in on a professional level to make it, otherwise you just can't get into rap. more...

I think when people say 'real hip-hop,' they want it more buried in the streets. They want it more connected to the streets and the grime and the roughness of the streets. They don't want the fluff. more...

I was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in Summit, an upscale town in north Jersey. There was this tiny area of Summit where most of the black families lived. My parents and I lived in a duplex house on Williams Street. more...

Hollywood has its own way of telling stories. I was just telling stories that I was familiar with. And it's what I want to do in the future: I want to take my audio cinema and put it on the screen. more...

Military is a great place for a jock. That's the first thing they test you, they test you physically. If you can run, if you can do the pushups, it's not as hard a transition. If you can't do that, you're going to have a problem because they're going to really work it out of you or work it into you. more...

Because I first made my name as a rapper claiming South Central L.A., people often assume I'm strictly a West Coast cat. But my family was actually from back East. I was born in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in Summit, an upscale town in north Jersey. more...

I ended up going to Crenshaw High School, which is like the epicenter of L.A. You're dead in the middle, the East Side, the West Side. It was run by the Crip gang. You're either with them or without them. You kind of get indoctrinated into that lifestyle, like I say on one of my records: whether you're in a gang or not, you know what color to wear. more...

I started rapping before anybody had ever bought a car from it. It was truly about the art form and the culture, more so than now, where it's a successful way to make money. Back then you had to be doing it because you liked it. more...

I think, people look at me, and they say, 'You were very aggressive,' I say, 'Yeah,' you know, and I've made a better life for myself, for my son, so I should reflect that with my music now. I shouldn't still be rhyming like that; that would be me lying. more...

I'm normal. I just had a different occupation for a while, and when you're in a different occupation, you have to carry yourself a different way. Most of my art is me bringing you stories from that era of my life. My life now is kind of boring. more...

I've evolved, but I'm the same dude, I'm just in a different place. We all change, we all grow. I shouldn't be in the same place that I was 30 years ago; I should be more intelligent, you know. more...

My mother passed when I was in the third grade, my father when I was in the seventh, and that's when I was shipped to Los Angeles to live with an aunt. more...

Well, I am very happy that I was able to play a part in bringing music from the streets onto the radio and into modern culture, I worked very hard and always believed in the sounds I was creating. more...

When I was in the 12th grade, I got my girlfriend pregnant. I just got out of school, she was a 10th-grader. I'm a teen parent, and I'm at a point where I'm like, 'Man I've got to do something.' more...

I think everybody wants to redeem themselves after they've done something that might be considered negative. I don't think anyone wants to go to the grave negative. more...

I've never read for a movie, I've always been given them. more...

Jay-Z is like a rap-savant, he doesn't have to write the rhymes down, he can create complex raps in his head. I mean he does memorize it, he just doesn't write it down on paper. He doesn't freestyle onto the track, it's all thought out. more...

When I first got into the rap game, I had an early dream of unifying rappers. more...

I'll never sell 14 million like Hammer, I just wanna do a good Ice-T show. more...

If it sells, it sells. If it doesn't sell, I'll go make a movie. more...

I couldn't possibly have lived all the things that Ice-T on the records lived. more...

I have to grow with my audience. more...

I mean rappin' to me is easy, it's something you can do over a week. more...

I want to be able to say that a rap career could be ten albums. more...

Oh man, nobody is as tough as Mr T. Ice T is pretty tough though as well. more...

When you start a business, go for the lowest hanging fruit. more...

I think that men need to have a little bit of manism. You have feminism. I don't have a problem with that. more...

I'm competitive in that I would like to outsell my last record. more...

I'm in a very good place to make records. Needing to make money off music is very dangerous. more...

Ice-T in the music has done some outrageous things. more...

If I'm going to be a jazz player, I need to understand Miles Davis. more...

Most interviewers are looking for a headline. They're not skilled. They're looking for shock value. more...

My name, my real name, is Tracy. I always thought I was like a boy named Sue. So I made my friends call me 'Tray.' more...

So from an actor's perspective, you really have no idea how you're acting. more...

So you don't have to take us too seriously; I mean, we're already intimidating enough on stage. more...

The best way to listen to the album is to put it on, get some Moet, lay back with your boys, and kick it. more...

We have groups that do that, but I can't rap with the mentality of an 18 year old when I'm in my 30's. more...

I'm at a point where I don't have to wait for the income from the record to survive, so I'm in a comfortable zone, but I'll make rap records as long as I feel I have something to rap about. more...

You have the core hip-hop, which would just be beats and breaks, more something like what you hear with DJ Premier. Then you get into the more highly produced hip-hop, which is something like what DJ Khaled does. But at some point, it starts to get kind of pop. more...

Any New York group can come to L.A. and sell out every show, but an L.A. group who goes to New York might not do the same because the audience hasn't been introduced to the group. more...

If I do a song where I'm angry, when it's time to perform it live I'm not mad, I'm happy. I'm at a concert. But I have to somehow drum up that rage. That's acting. more...

My father was a dark-skinned brother, but my mother was a very fair-skinned lady. From what I understand, she was Creole; we think her people originally came from New Orleans. She looked almost like a white woman, which meant she could pass - as folks used to say back then. Her hair was jet-black. She was slim and very attractive. more...

'New Jack City' was a perfect marriage of music and film. They used a lot of musicians: myself, Christopher Williams. People that were popular because of their music were given the chance to act. And the soundtrack was incredible. more...

No, I'll stay Ice-T. This is what got me here, I'm always going to stay true to that. If it weren't for hip-hop I wouldn't be doing all these other things. more...

The music led to the acting. But movies aren't something you can just will yourself into. Someone has to choose you, and you have to be quite fortunate to be chosen. more...

The next day, I got a phone call from him and he told me to come and read for a movie called New Jack City. So I went over there and they told me I was gonna wear dreads and play a cop. more...

When I first started out in music, I was so negative. I was knee-deep in the streets. Then my friends started going to jail. They said, 'Boy, you better start taking this seriously; you got a chance to do something with your life.' That's when I realised I had to focus. The music led to the acting. more...

Who can protect themselves from betrayal? The day your brother wakes up and plans to do you dirty, there's no defense against that. more...

...As an artist, you need the naysayers and the nonbelievers to add fuel to your creative fire. more...

That's one of the first things that comes out of young people's mouths when they're in love. FOREVER. And that's cool, it's all good-until you get old enough to realize what forever is. more...

The best way to compliment an emcee is to say his lyrics. That's how you say, "Hello." more...

Everyone who raps isn't hip-hop. To be hip-hop, you've got to know the culture. You got to know the history. more...

in the mornin' po-lice at my door Fresh adidas squeak across the bathroom floor Out the back window.. I make a escape Don't even get a chance to grab my old school tape more...

I write rhymes with addition and algebra, mental geometry. more...

Passion makes the world go round. Love just makes it a safer place. more...

That's basically the gangster code. Just be yourself. Just be you, dog. The easiest way to get your card plucked around a gangster is to be a fake. If we feel like you're trying too hard, if you're trying to act like you're from the street, you're in trouble. more...

Dog's just want to sniff an ass and eat some food. more...

There is no such thing as a normal family so don't trip off it, just deal with it. more...

Being happily married, I'm more focused on what I'm doing. Ya know, one of my quotes is 'love isn't looking somebody in the eyes; it's looking out in the same direction. more...

I've lectured at Stanford, Princeton & Harvard to name a few... I just might be smarter than YOU more...

I think that a rap aficionado, the hardcore rap fan, will always go away from pop, in the same way a hardcore jazz fan will never think Kenny G is really a jazz artist. You gotta kind of know there's always going to be that purist who's going to be like if it ain't beats and rhymes, if there ain't a DJ, then that ain't Hip Hop. more...

I'm very much against the anonymity of bloggers and social media. I just hate it and I think it's really cowardly. more...

I've always been a person that, if I'm with a woman, she's in the picture. Even my son's mom, she was on my early (album) covers. more...

A lot of people play single to work some angle. I'm always about keeping it real. If that's how I'm living, that's how I'm living. more...

Dealing with the old school rappers, you see a lot of humility. When you're new, nothing is wrong. Everything is tight. Because you're trying to hype the world into believing in you. more...

People think I'll kill you if you make a joke. I compare it to Clint Eastwood. I've only seen Clint Eastwood in movies. You think if you make a joke to Eastwood, he might shoot you. more...

It's not about being mad at everything. It's about being really mad at the right things. more...

I don't watch daytime television, I have a job, I work and, you know, I think daytime television is really for women. more...

I'm pretty open book, I'm also the kind of person that will say, 'That's none of your business,' too. more...

One of the things about powerful people is they have the ability to make it look easy. more...

Yeah, it's legal in the United States. It's part of our Constitution. You know, the right to bear arms is because that's the last form of defense against tyranny. Not to hunt. It's to protect yourself from the police. more...

Diet food is for lazy people. more...

I've got a phone, answer machine, TV set, computer, hand grenade - everything you need to run a business in Los Angeles. more...

When I was younger I never drank. I never drank, I never did any weed or drugs or anything because I felt it would compromise my position. I was an orphan, and I had a feeling like if I ever hit the ground I may never get back up. more...

Redemption means you just make a change in your life and you try to do right, versus what you were doing, which was wrong. So I think a lot of people get hooked on drugs and when they get over that addiction they go out and they try to talk to kids and they try to work in rehab centers. more...

I was a full-blown street cat. I was trying to hustle my way. I thought I was going to hustle my way to a mansion or something. I was doing pretty good, but I didn't realize that there was no way to win that game. more...

Rap music came along and saved my life. I started to tell the stories of the streets and that was my way out. more...

I never know if the person I'm shaking hands with is coming to kill me. That's something you have to live with when you cross the lines. more...

I'm a far cry from politically correct, because I don't really care what the political views are. I don't care what the people say. I'll say my opinion. That will always make you controversial. more...

I was doing the wrong thing, at the time I thought I was doing the right thing. It's like if you're dealing with somebody who is high on drugs, they can look back at it and say, "Wow, I was destroying myself." But during the period, they think they're doing the right thing. You just have to let the smoke clear so you can see the whole picture. more...

If you believe that I'm a cop killer, you believe David Bowie is an astronaut. more...

When I make records I have full control of everything and I know how it sounds before it comes out, with films it's outta my hands. more...

Being happily married, I'm more focused on what I'm doing. Ya know, one of my quotes is "love is' looking somebody in the eyes; it's looking out in the same direction. more...

When I got a chance to rap, I just busted my ass. When I got a chance to act, I busted my ass. Anytime I get a chance. I'm not wasting time. I won't do it if I'm not doing it 110 percent. You've got to work hard if you want to play hard. I like to play, but I know I gotta bust my ass. more...

When the President (of the United States) mentions your name in anger, you know the sh*t has hit the fan! more...

I just don't believe that there's any way that you're ever gonna get one peace, because everybody has different ways of seeing life. more...

If one person comes in and says, this is the way life should be, I think you're asking for chaos. I think you gotta let different people live different ways. It's a big world. more...

Being in the military just lets you know how helpless you are. You could train forever but you're still at the mercy of someone in the Pentagon, or somebody in the rear moving you around like a chess piece. more...

You could be a Green Beret and a kid could jump out from behind a building and hit you with a rock. No matter how tough you become in the military, there's a way to die: there's nothing safe about it. more...

Anybody who has anybody in the armed forces, I don't care how well-trained they are, there's nothing safe about it. more...

A lot of times people would offer me movies and, because I'm a car freak, I'd look in a magazine and say, 'How much is this car? If you give me this car I'll show up and do the movie' I call 'em 'sports car flicks'. more...

There's a lot of films I've done I don't ever wanna see again. more...

With acting, you have to take it seriously because the other actors are putting in a lot of effort - and if you say, 'I'm just bullshitting here', it's like dissing 'em. more...

I look at my career and I feel I have the potential to maybe mature into a Samuel Jackson-type older cat, and people will still respect me and say 'Yo, Ice-T was wild', into my old age. And why not? I don't necessarily think I'll be rapping in 10 years. more...

I've been in crime for a long time and I know that the actual move isn't the actual crime: the crime continues [afterwards]. more...

If you get into crime you gotta know that everybody's a criminal and everybody's a liar, and everybody has the potential to backstab you, because it's not an honest profession. So don't go into crime and look for honesty. more...

I'm a big Brad Pitt fan. He's really talented. I think a lot of men are intimidated by him, saying he's just a pretty boy or whatever, but he is a bad man. I think he can act. more...

I like crime movies where the crime is so incredible that, attractive as it seems, you don't wanna do it because it's just too dangerous. more...

Before rap came along, I was, actually, actively in the streets; getting in trouble, doing the wrong thing. more...

My father died early. My mother died early. I started hanging with the gangs. I'm on the streets; I'm committing crimes. And the music came along, and this music just took me on a different road. more...

I was a pretty bad person early in my life. more...

Rap is rock 'n' roll. Rock is when you push the buttons in the system; when you say, I'm not going along with what you're saying. That's rock, whether it's done with guitars, or it's done with just beats. more...

When we say a rapper, a rapper can say a rhyme. But an MC can rock a party. more...

I've never been a cop hater. You know, when I was breaking the law, the cops were the opponent. I just thought I could outsmart them. more...

Anybody who speeds thinks they can outsmart the cops. more...

Truthfully, a weak rapper can hide behind a lot of production. more...

I think all music - not just rap - has fallen into this very diluted, delusional state, where everyone's singing about money and having cars, and having all this fun; when really, people are losing their homes. more...

You've got the Wall Street situation, the sub-prime situation. You've got a black president. We've got wars. We've got unemployment. But the music doesn't reflect that. And I challenge anybody to show me a music that's on the radio that reflects that. more...

I think what's happenin' is that, with the overflow of music, it's been diluted. There was a time when people would go search out underground records. Now, underground means free, and people don't really care for it. So now artists tend to go more pop and look for the radio. more...

You know, the radio never wanted you to speak about anything, so the music is kinda influenced by the hands of the radio which wants to homogenize it and dilute it and sanitize it. And for the most part, nobody's takin' the time to seek out the cats that are still tryin' to talk, so they have a difficult time being heard. more...

You can't just sing the song and live another life. more...

With the invention of the blog and all this Internet stuff, everybody has an opinion; everybody has a voice. In fact, there was a time when the average person didn't have a voice so you had to pick an artist to speak for you. more...

Now everybody's bloggin'. I heard somebody say, "Blogging is just graffiti with punctuation." Everyone's an authority so there's nobody in power, 'cause everyone thinks they're in power. more...

When I recorded my first album, my ego didn't let me believe that what I was gonna say on the mic, anyone would really care about. But then when I found out that they did, I started to take it more seriously. more...

Real men hold themselves accountable for stuff. more...

You know, I say in my lyrics, "Every word I write will be analyzed by somebody white." It's just that I know that this sh*t is just not gonna fall on deaf ears. more...

I wouldn't write about sh*t I don't know. You won't hear me write about politics in Africa and stuff, because I don't know enough about it. And I would never rap about something I can't back up. more...

I've always been a person that, if I'm with a woman, she's in the picture. more...

Everybody is doing you a favor when you're doing a documentary. You can't pressure them into it. more...

Another thing about me dealing with the old school rappers, you see a lot of humility. When you're new, nothing is wrong. Everything is tight. Because you're trying to hype the world into believing in you. more...

When you hit the wall, it's how fast you come back. more...

You can't do an impersonation of somebody nobody knows. more...

I'm like a monkey. You don't let go of one branch until you get a hold of the other. more...

You can't get what you want all the time in life. more...

There was a time when people would go search out underground records. Now, underground means free, and people don't really care for it. So now artists tend to go more pop and look for the radio. You know, the radio never wanted you to speak about anything, so the music is kinda influenced by the hands of the radio which wants to homogenize it and dilute it and sanitize it. And for the most part, nobody's takin' the time to seek out the cats that are still tryin' to talk, so they have a difficult time being heard, like Chuck D said. more...

You can't just sing the song and live another life, you know. It's really difficult now because that's not what it's about. It's pop and pop just says that we could be actors. We could sing about stuff and not believe in it. It could be absolutely fraudulent and it doesn't really matter. more...

You know, you'd hide behind a Public Enemy or Ice Cube, or Bruce Springsteen, or U2, because they spoke for you. But now everybody's bloggin'. I heard somebody say, "Blogging is just graffiti with punctuation." Everyone's an authority so there's nobody in power, 'cause everyone thinks they're in power. more...

I didn't really realize how big I was 'til I started to tour, because being in your own neighborhood, people don't actually give you full props. more...

I didn't start off with the responsibility because I didn't think anybody would care. But as you do meet these people influenced by your music, then you start to understand you have a responsibility. I don't think you initially know it until you feel the power of what you're really doing. more...

I don't rhyme for the sake of riddlin'. If I say it, I gotta be able to back it up. more...

It's like a paradox. For one side, being popularized rap got better and the other side of it got worse. It's very pop and it's very different now. When you make it as pop and as soft as it is, it lacks its integrity. It lacks its accountability. It lacks a lot of other things that came from that dangerous time in hip hop. more...

When you start to really travel and you get to these abstract like places in the world, you would see certain people's names. It seemed like we could go anywhere. Like when we went to Afghanistan, you'd see in the dressing room Run DMC's name. Certain rappers are like journey men. more...

It really really sunk into me when I went to Europe and they take rap so much more serious than we do here. That was the first time I ever heard rap considered folk music. And sometimes somebody will make you understand like, "Hey, what you doin' is serious, don't play it lightly 'cause it's changin' my life." more...

It's not about vein' mad at everything. It's about bein' REALLY mad at the right stuff. more...

What I'm trying to tell people is that police brutality in the 'hood is nothing new. And the thing is that whether this guy, the cop killer in my song, is real or not, believe it, there are people at that point. more...

I've been pulled out of my nice new car and laid out in the street by the police, interrogated and then have them get in the car and roll off leaving me lying in the street without even saying 'Get up.' The humiliation that they can put on a black man because they determine that you ain't got the money. more...

I'm afraid because some police are way out of control. My true feeling with police is this: If they do their job, there's no problem. more...

There's a point where a cop pulls you out of that car and starts abusing you or beating on you and at that moment he is no longer within the law. more...

I'm not going to allow anybody to hold a badge up over me or a cross or any other power symbol and say I'm going to kill you and you're just going to kneel down to me because I'm the law. more...

I hate to get on the racial thing because that's something I've always been totally against. But the problem with the media is that they think that the word rock means white and the word rap means black. more...

There's people out there with nuclear bombs and yet we've got all these politicians trying to make a political platform based on a record. Isn't it ridiculous? more...

Arnold Schwarzenegger blew away dozens of cops as the Terminator. But I don't hear anybody complaining about that. more...

It's like they want to shut rappers down. They want to silence us. The Supreme Court says it's OK for a white man to burn a cross in public. But nobody wants a black man to write a record about a cop killer. more...

If you really listen to my music my music is more like stories than party records. I never made party records. more...

I always knew that I had to direct. That was something I'd wanted to do. Finally, I was just looking at the situation and I said, "I wanna document hip-hop, as an art form, seeing how a lot of people don't take it seriously." more...

Rapping is a vocal delivery, so you can do it without being part of hip-hop and not knowing what hip-hop is about. more...

What's bad for the culture is wack rappers that get held in high regard like they're some great thing because it's the flavor of the month, but everybody knows they can't rap. I don't think it's hard, even for somebody who's not hip-hop, to know that that's not good. When you put them up against somebody that can really rhyme, you go, "Okay, I get it. This is what it should sound like." more...

Hip-hop is a competition culture. It's based around, "My DJ is better than you. My graffiti artist is better than you." more...

Half the rhymes you write, you're saying that you're better than the other MC. That's how we keep the craft sharp. more...

I'd say people are victims of circumstances and they're limited to the opportunities that they see. Even though there might be more opportunities, you might not see them. You might just think, "I don't have any options." You usually go to the dark side, in that situation. more...

I have to take what I say and make it heavy, so every single bar means something. And there's no riddles in my rhymes. Every single word means something. more...

The trick with hip-hop-hip-hop is a sport. The only music that's really, really close to a sport. It starts off, "My DJ's better than yours. I can out-rap you, I can out-dance you, my graffiti piece is better than you." It's very competitive. more...

The rock'n'roll lifestyle really is available to anybody that's got money. Honestly. Once you get money, if you interview a hundred people with money, they'll all sound like rock stars. more...

Hip-hop is the fountain of youth. You just don't grow up if you were there. My son's 20. I'm on the same channel he's on. We wear the same clothes, we feel the same thing. It's a weird, weird generation we're in right now. more...


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