(Part 2) Top products from r/Kanye

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u/pvk8336 · 3 pointsr/Kanye

I attend somewhere between 15-30 concerts a year, photograph dozens more and I'm wearing earplugs every time. I still hear the music fine, and I have the added bonus of not losing my hearing.

Every time your ears ring after loud exposure, that's permanent damage. Just think of putting in earplugs like you would sunscreen. I wish more people took their hearing health more seriously.

There's several different brands that are designed for concert use that will level everything out and just bring them to a more comfortable level:

HEAROS High Fidelity Series Ear Plugs for Comfortable Long Term Use with Free Case, 1 Pair https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0037KM8QY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_BWL3xbQERR6CH

Etymotic Research ER20 ETYPlug Hearing Protection Earplugs, Standard Clear Stem with Blue Tip (Clear) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0044DEESS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_4XL3xb418NM17

ETY-Plugs High Fidelity Earplugs, Standard Fit, Frost Tip https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0015WJQ7A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_NYL3xb6GG1783

If you search music earplugs, any pair you get should do. If you're feeling really committed for future usage, you could drop a pretty penny on some custom-made earplugs. They feel perfect.

u/milkywaymasta · 1 pointr/Kanye

I've only read a free sample of this book while I wait for a hardcover to arrive from Amazon but I bet it would be through uniting the hip hop community through technology somehow. This book outlines the power in the hip hop community, culturally and economically.


Here's a famous video of Steve Stout (author of the Tanning in America book), Ben Horowitz (co-founder of Andreseen Horowitz, a venture capital firm), and Kanye West.

I remember someone saying that if Steve Jobs was alive today and wanted to run for president, it would be an easy win. He would be able to send all iPhones a notification to go out and vote for him. I don't know if Kanye has as big of a platform as that, but who knows.

u/WatchingTheThronePod · 1 pointr/Kanye

Thanks! It definitely has some cheesiness when it comes to our humor and dynamic, but our analysis is strong. Narrative deconstruction is what we spend most of our time doing.

In case you're curious about the novel: http://www.amazon.com/Killer-Victim-Chris-Lambert/dp/1940885221

u/wizardomg · 1 pointr/Kanye

Escape from Camp 14: One Man's Remarkable Odyssey from North Korea to Freedom in the West https://www.amazon.com/dp/0143122916/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_clf7Ab99NDEFR

Also the person in the neighborhood that reports on you part I mentioned is from this book

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea https://www.amazon.com/dp/0385523912/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_fmf7AbD5VBWRV

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Kanye

I am reading a book at the moment about whether life creates consciousness or consciousness creates life. You should check it out because ultimately I think we are seeking answers for the same things, regardless of faith and religion


u/shelbygt5252 · 4 pointsr/Kanye

The militarization of the police force in the United States has been an ongoing issue for years, not really sure how you can pin that on Trump. If you are curious, Radley Balko released a book about this in 2014 (Amazon).

u/Chris_Parker · 2 pointsr/Kanye

Here's a good start if you're looking for something cheap.

u/TheEfex · 74 pointsr/Kanye

The Power "King's Dead", shows the vulnerability and how Kanye feels as a result of the media and everything around him, like everything's out to get him.

Basically, it just looks dope as fuck. I'd recommend getting the Power picture disc from Amazon for like $10


u/Stylin999 · 2 pointsr/Kanye

You clearly have poor grammar and English.

Your is a pronoun that means belonging to or associated with any person in general. If I were speaking about myself, I would have said “my people.”

I’ve [linked] (https://www.amazon.com/English-Grammar-Dummies-Geraldine-Woods/dp/0470546646) you an English Grammar for Dummies book to help you with your ineptitude.

u/Prodigalrockstar · 0 pointsr/Kanye

Are you proposing some sort of causal effect with welfare:burnt down communities?

I think that's irrelevant and muddies the argument. Unless you have any data whatsoever claiming that.

Might want to give this a look too



u/Dibidoolandas · 19 pointsr/Kanye

> I'm failing to see how Trump sucks in any way on policy. Economy is roaring along, he's put forward a much more non-interventionist foreign policy than Obama and has cut a lot of illegal immigration.

The economy has done nothing but follow trends established by Obama. If you agree that the economy has done well under Trump, you 100% have to give credit to Obama for fixing the great recession.
Stock market: https://leisureguy.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/blog_stock_market_obama_trump_first_year.gif?w=680&h=347&zoom=2




But let's talk policy. Trump really likes to focus on things that truly don't matter, but are good for whipping his base up into a frenzy. You mention illegal immigration - I think the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the American people that this is one of the biggest threats facing our country. Maybe you've been really affected by it, but I don't think illegal immigration has affected me once in my life. Regardless, Obama actually deported more people than any other President: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/obamas-deportation-policy-numbers/story?id=41715661 He just didn't make it a gigantic part of his platform. Also why is it so important to Trump to ban transgender people from serving in the military? Is that REALLY a big problem? Or is it just meant to piss of 'libtards?'

> But whatever. I imagine every compliant you have about the guy relies heavily upon "feelings" you have towards something he said, or something you believe he said which he likely never actually said.

There are certainly a lot of complaints I have against him as just a basic human being. He has never shown me any sign that he has any kind of morals. He somehow captured the conservative Christian vote despite saying horrendous things about women and cheating on his wife with a porn star. Whatever his actual intelligence may be, he poses as a knuckle-dragging idiot who says things like: "They don’t write good. They have people over there, like Maggie Haberman and others, they don’t — they don’t write good. They don’t know how to write good." I think he has intellectually lowered the bar for the presidency and is the poster child for the new wave of anti-intellectualism.

> Maybe instead of screeching about that fact, appreciate that his personal perspective led him to a different opinion than you, and reevaluate your own.

Why is it always screeching with you guys? Do my responses seem like screeching? I guess saying Trump fucking sucks (note: he does) might come off a little heated.

> Edit: Downvoting this just proves myself, and Kanye, correct about the mental prison you all live in.

I prefer to think of it as living in a prison of not liking a jagoff President.

u/iamplectrum · 1 pointr/Kanye


I believe this book might be the physical version of the weird shit I read moons ago. So I wasn't tripping lol