This is an actual breakfast meal that I got in Oklahoma last November when I was visiting my father.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
The year was 2001, and hip hop songs like "Ugly" by Bubba Sparxxx and "Area Codes" by Ludacris and Nate Dogg were steaming up the charts. But there was one MC that didn't need synthesized beats or pre-played tracks to show that he was king of hip hop that year. Jay Z boldly did what only a few hip hop artists like LL Cool J and A Tribe Called Quest had done before: he appeared on MTV Unplugged.
Oh the 80’s. It was a decade of cheesy synthesized pop music, slap bracelets, Aqua Net hairspray, jean jackets and cassette tapes. The Brat Packers ruled the movie theaters, Michael Jackson was so “Bad” he was good, and The ThunderCats kept kids glued to their T.V. sets.