"They wanna make gangsta movies they better live a gangsta life or make movies about what the fuck they know about ... "
'BUT I gotta have these nightmares?
These mothafuckers really put me in jail
They're really suing me.
So. I'm gonna really live this lifestyle...
AND I'm gonna make other mother fuckers...
Really live this lifestyle.
Cuz it can't be crowded up in here -
if you ain't willin to put in work??...
And that's real.'
Here is the full length, Director's cut version of the top 100 most viral videos of 2014! From the big Grandpa reveal, to the viral close encounter with a whale, this year of 2014 had some pretty amazing moments that were shared around the world. Watch and see the most trending and viral videos of 2014!
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100 Most Viewed YouTube Videos of 2013
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100 Most Viewed / Top Trending / Most Popular Viral Videos of 2013 (as of December 31, 2013 - 12AM, the list excludes videos of many 'already' famous YouTube stars, videos from VEVO channels and from Vine)
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Four Noble Truths "Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy." The Four Noble Truths express the basic orientation of Buddhism: this mundane life, which is continuously repeated by rebirth, is not the place to be; how do we get out of it? The truths are as follows: 1.Dukkha: All temporary things and states are unsatisfying; 2.The start of dukkha: yet we crave and cling to these things and states; thereby, we're continuously reborn; 3.The end of dukkha: if we stop craving and clinging, we won't be reborn; 4.How to end dukkha: by following the Noble Eightfold Path, namely behaving decently, not acting on impulses, and practicing mindfulness and meditation.
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