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Holy crap this site is SLOW.
It’s gotten faster now. Like somebody else said, Facebook users must have been bogging it down.
For me it’s still hanging up in the same places
Slow…. Unuseable.. Your advertisers can’t appreciate this.
Wish I could read these but I can’t get passed snoop shitty ass site.
good article trash website
It just got posted by the Facebook page for ‘The Wire.’ All the cool people on Facebook are now overloading the site.
Yeah, I’d love to read more, but it sticks on Felicia. Oh well.
You can also click left to see Idris Elba and Michael K. Williams
This site doesn’t work properly with any of the big four web browsers..
it aint slow for me
So slow! Like turtle slow
Agreed – what an awful website – would NOT come back here again, although the updates were decent enough. Why do advertisers spend money here? Well I know nothing about the Web, but still, slow, out of date.
This site is super fast for me
No more after Snoop?
noice! This was the tv show that made “real” a song I first listened to on an album called Little Criminals by Randy Newman. I want to know about Bubbles, and the dyke detective, and Lester Freeman, and the goofy kid who went metal recycling, and of course the drinking dufous what’s his name who starred in it most of the way, and his the Bunk, and the tall african guy cop with the incredible posture … I think the education series was the was most intense one.
… and not to mention the corner lad who ended up selling basketball shoes ..
this was an amazing show I watched it from the first episode to the last and the actors that participated in this profound portraryl of streetlife are forever burned in my memerory.
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RAAR can’t get past the “pretty-girl” image of snoop.
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