In the Navy, Lasers Melt Dinghies, In the Navy

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Let me start by saying that I have an immense amount of respect for the United States Navy.


“I Don’t Wanna Care Right Now” – Review Of Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers

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<a href=""> Suffering three years of delays at the corporate hands of Atlantic Records, and facing the threat of an expiration-less shelf life, Lupe Fiasco decides to compromise on his third studio album, Lasers and make those few bastardy radio-pop singles in order to achieve the greater goal of getting the album out to the public ear. What started off as a request for a couple harmless, attention-grabbing tracks mutated into an all-out combat between the two parties, as <a href="">song</a> after <a href="">song</a> was scrapped from the tracklist.


Homemade Pulse Laser Gun Punches Through Razorblades WITH SCIENCE


Patrick Priebe built a pulse laser gun which can send a 1 kW pulse of coherent infrared light through a razorblade, sheets of plastic, and half a centimeter of styrofoam at a range of up to three meters for dark surfaces.


LASERS Get Their Way: Lupe To Debut At #1 On Billboard 200

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<a href=""> David D. may have <a href="">preached the hostile gospel a week ago</a>, but when you mix loyalists, lobbyists, and Lupe together, surprisingly, you won't come up with a "L".

tractor beam

Party Trick #185: Turning A Laser Into A Tractor Beam

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Ahhh yeah ya'll, I hope everybody brought along an extra change of clothes today -things are about to get sweaty and sexy- because we're gonna' be discussing lasers, folks, specifically how one might turn a laser into a tractor beam.


Thank God We Are Not Lasers

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I've never been one of Lupe's Lasers, Losers or Sun Beams or whatever his loyal contingent of protesting diehards call themselves.

#video games

Pew Pew Pew


The unfortunately-named "PewPewPewPewPewPewPewPewPew" debuted at Global Game Jam 2011 at the Art Institute of Portland.


Lupe Fiasco – “All Black Everything”

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<a href="">Words by C. Paicely The king of character rapping is back to painting images of an incomprehensible world, but this time <a href="">Lupe</a> composes a revolutionary’s euphoria.


Lupe’s Lasers Is Real

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<a href=""> Indeed, stranger things have happened but Lupe Fiasco's looong-awaited third LP is realistically slated to hit shelves on 3.8.11. No more pushbacks, false starts or trickery. In other words, <a href="">the show goes on</a>.


The Words Lupe Fiasco Never Said Until Now

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<a href=""> I think that all the silence is worst than all the violence/Fear is such a weak emotion that's why I despise it... The road to <a href="">Lupe Fiasco's</a> Lasers has been well documented.


The Week That Was: The Can’t Wait Edition!

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<a href=""> -- <a href="">Gucci Mane and Lil B</a> are riding the carousel of fame.


PoV: Lupe’s Lasers Album Cover

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<a href=""> Lupe just made a few fans smile by releasing a peek @ his upcoming album's cover on <a href="">Twitter</a>.


Lupe Fiasco – “The Show Goes On” Video

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<a href=""> <a href="">Lupe</a> owns an impeccable, albeit short discography yet pretty much everything he's done outside of retail releases is nearly forgettable aside from his early Fahrenheit releases.


Give Thanks for Laser Cats and Links


PICTURE: Lasercat mural on Harding Theater in San Francisco [via <a href="">CutewithChris</a>] UPROXX 2010 Holiday Guide [<a href="">Uproxx</a>] Are Android Phones Burning Books.


Lupe Fiasco – “The Show Goes On”

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<a href=""> Media swore Lupe's machine was out of control as evidenced by a temporarily shelved album, well publicized label politics, blog "bans" and a protest tagged to his name. Then Mr. Fiasco returned things to normalcy with a few key features, a release date and a lead single in "The Show Goes On." The song's title and underdog theme may sound like a response to much of the flack he's received. But I'll chalk it up as a coincidence since he makes little mention of his detractors. The high point of this track rests on Lupe's lyrics. His uplifting rhymes laced with a few intricate patterns are a breath of fresh air for a mainstream record. The <a href="">Modest Mouse sample</a> gives the beat a nice touch.

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