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Saturday, August 13, 2016



A game-used, autographed pair of one of the most significant sneakers from Michael Jordan's career is up for grabs.

Go ahead and forget about the "72-10" Jordan 11s that dropped last December, because these are the real 72-10 11s, as in one of the pairs that His Airness actually wore en route to the Chicago Bulls' historic 1995-96 record.
The game-worn kicks have been signed by M.J. and fully authenticated by Upper Deck, so there's no question whether or not these are the real deal.
In terms of collector's items, you'd be hard-pressed to find a pair of sneakers with a story quite like these, but these special shoes come with an equally special price tag. As of publishing, bidding sits at around $8,850, and there's still over a week left.
If you've got the cash to spare, head over to SCP Auctions to try your luck at owning this piece of history.







 The game-worn kicks have been signed by M.J. and fully authenticated by Upper Deck, so there's no question whether or not these are the real deal.
In terms of collector's items, you'd be hard-pressed to find a pair of sneakers with a story quite like these, but these special shoes come with an equally special price tag. As of publishing, bidding sits at around $8,850, and there's still over a week left.
If you've got the cash to spare, head over to SCP Auctions to try your luck at owning this piece of history.


  

In my honest opinion, that price is nothing for a piece of history like this.   









[source: Riley Jones]

Friday, August 12, 2016



Young MA is proof that consistency is key in the industry.. I remember stumbling upon that OooOOuuu record.. I like it, but never went back to listen, then i stumble again.. This time, i subscribed. Young MA might actually,(Knock on wood, ) bring these fucking bars back.. And if i can appreciate anything, its fucking BARS. And she keeps coming.. I Salute her, so if you haven't heard yet, lol, you will soon. Salute.




And if that aint enough, Here's another tuff record... Mary J Sample? Smart. #HatsOff Lets get it.



-WassupFred

Sunday, August 7, 2016

 

Infamous Battle Rapper out of Philly Reed Dollaz, is someone ive been following for a while... He was like Tyson in his prime when he was battling in the streets or even just dropping 100 Bars..
Running thru my Twitter, i literally stumbled on this new Reed Dollaz joint.. I can really appreciate this record.. The production is infectious, and it def shows Reeds Growth not only as a Artist,
but as a man as well. So, i had to Share.. i know it's been a min.. But like my mixtape series, it's Worth the Wait. Out.




-WassupFred

Tuesday, July 12, 2016



WassupFred Releases a sneak peak to what might be his next single release of his upcoming EP "Set In Stone". Or it might be his next video release. First Money Calling, then Spend Time, Now The Win?
We thats all we can to do.. Check it out.. and keep your ears open for the EP.. It's gona be a game changer. Enjoy.



-WassupFred

Saturday, July 2, 2016


Jersey Stand the Fuck up... Joey, hold your ground.. You know drake is a real witty one.. Strategically, he titled it Pt.1. Now it's getting exciting.. With all due respect, Meek, Sit the fuck down. Lets go!



-WassupFred

Friday, July 1, 2016



OK so im sure yall heard about this "Iconic" Record from Jay-z ft DJ Khaled and the Honorable Future Called "I got them Keys".. Produced by 808 Mafia.. Salute to them too, i see production
is coming back to it's roots... Mixed in with a Current flava... Plain and simple, this is for all NON TIDAL subscribers... (I got yall).. Salute Enjoy.. Thoughts?



Is Jay Z bout to drop another album? mmmm idk... Enjoy.

-WassuPFred


A Tesla Model S with the Autopilot system activated was involved in a fatal crash, the first known fatality in a Tesla where Autopilot was active. The company revealed the crash in a blog post posted today and says it informed the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) of the incident, which is now investigating.

The accident occurred on a divided highway in central Florida when a tractor trailer drove across the highway perpendicular to the Model S. Neither the driver — who Tesla notes is ultimately responsible for the vehicle’s actions, even with Autopilot on — nor the car noticed the big rig or the trailer "against a brightly lit sky" and brakes were not applied. In a tweet, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that the vehicle's radar didn't help in this case because it "tunes out what looks like an overhead road sign to avoid false braking events."

Because of the high ride-height of the trailer, as well as its positioning across the road, the Model S passed under the trailer and the first impact was between the windshield and the trailer. Tesla writes that if the car had impacted the front or rear of the trailer, even at high speed, the car’s safety systems "would likely have prevented serious injury as it has in numerous other similar incidents."

"AUTOPILOT IS GETTING BETTER ALL THE TIME, BUT IT IS NOT PERFECT AND STILL REQUIRES THE DRIVER TO REMAIN ALERT."

The accident occurred May 7th in Williston, Florida with 40-year-old Ohio resident Joshua Brown driving. The truck driver was not injured.

Tesla says Autopilot has been used for more than 130 million miles, noting that, on average, a fatality occurs every 94 million miles in the US and every 60 million miles worldwide. The NHTSA investigation, Tesla says, is a "preliminary evaluation" to determine if the Autopilot system was working properly, which can be a precursor to a safety action like a recall.

In the blog post, Tesla reiterates that customers are required to agree that the system is in a "public beta phase" before they can use it, and that the system was designed with the expectation that drivers keep their hands on the wheel and that the driver is required to "maintain control and responsibility for your vehicle." Safety-critical vehicle features rolled out in public betas are new territory for regulators, and rules haven't been set.

THE FIRST FATALITY IN AN TESLA IN AUTOPILOT MODE

Some autonomous driving experts have criticized Tesla for introducing the Autopilot feature so early, with a Volvo engineer saying the system "gives you the impression that it's doing more than it is." In other words, the car handles most situations so smoothly that drivers are led to believe that the car can handle any situation it might encounter. That is not the case, and the driver must remain responsible for the actions of the vehicle, even with Autopilot active. Several automakers working on systems similar to Autopilot — GM with Super Cruise, for instance — have only tested the feature privately and have said they won't deploy until they're ready.

Volvo has said that it will take full legal liability for all its cars when they are operating in fully autonomous mode, and plans to launch a limited trial of its autonomous Drive Me technology next year.

NHTSA issued the following statement to The Verge:

NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation is opening a Preliminary Evaluation of the design and performance of automated driving systems in the Tesla Model S.
NHTSA recently learned of a fatal highway crash involving a 2015 Tesla Model S, which, according to the manufacturer, was operating with the vehicle’s ‘Autopilot’ automated driving systems activated. The incident, which occurred on May 7 in Williston, Florida, was reported to NHTSA by Tesla. NHTSA deployed its Special Crash Investigations Team to investigate the vehicle and crash scene, and is in communication with the Florida Highway Patrol. Preliminary reports indicate the vehicle crash occurred when a tractor-trailer made a left turn in front of the Tesla at an intersection on a non-controlled access highway. The driver of the Tesla died due to injuries sustained in the crash.
NHTSA’s Office of Defects Investigation will examine the design and performance of the automated driving systems in use at the time of the crash. During the Preliminary Evaluation, NHTSA will gather additional data regarding this incident and other information regarding the automated driving systems.
The opening of the Preliminary Evaluation should not be construed as a finding that the Office of Defects Investigation believes there is either a presence or absence of a defect in the subject vehicles.


-WassupFred
In closing, dont put too much faith in the human race.. lol.. Keep your eyes on the road, we are not quite there yet.

[Source:TheVerge]
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