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    Default Ghostface in New York Times crossword puzzle

    he's officially legit among the elderly



    http://www.fuse.tv/2012/05/ghostface...-puzzle-answer

    the article also had a link to this funny clip from Jeopardy lol


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    i wonder if it's Ghostface KILLAH or just Ghostface

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    Ghostface Killah

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    Nice; good to see Wu Tang getting little pop culture references here and there occasionally this is probably their best main stream exposure since; Lois Griffin recited Inspectah Deck or Dave Chappelle did that skit or when they did that puppet version of In Da Hood on Crank Yankers; mad people do that cross word puzzle here on the East Coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Daniel Davis View Post
    Nice; good to see Wu Tang getting little pop culture references here and there occasionally this is probably their best main stream exposure since; Lois Griffin recited Inspectah Deck or Dave Chappelle did that skit or when they did that puppet version of In Da Hood on Crank Yankers; mad people do that cross word puzzle here on the East Coast
    latest Harold & Kumar joint, one of them does the Aint Nuttin Ta Fuck Wit hook to a crying baby..

    Judd Apataw uses Shimmy Shimmy Ya for the intro in Knocked Up

    and somehow GZA been touring Ivy League Universities..lol

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    Wu Tang is pretty much ingrained in pop culture. the W symbol is still one of the most recognizable symbols in modern culture. I gotta see that Harold and Kumar flick, but I saw Family Guy and Chappelle make reference to them. and I know Seth Rogen wears a Liquid Swords shirt in 40-year-old virgin

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