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Every season, my fantasy baseball league has a theme for team names.  Each year, you rename your team based on that theme.  Last year was Seinfeld.  And I’m not talking just Seinfeld characters.  You could be David Putty or you could be the Urban Sombrero.  There was obviously no shortage of incredible options.  Because if you ask a group of people what their favorite Seinfeld episode/character/storyline/etc. is, you will get a ton of different answers.

But I kind of went the other way here.  Who is your LEAST favorite character?  I do actually think there is one clear answer, but I may be wrong. So much on that show was great, especially if the character was a terrible person. So write in your answer below, Google Forms will add everything up and yada yada yada we will have our answer for who the worst Seinfeld character is/was.

The battle of the remixes that reigned supreme in the 2000s. Ja Rule and JLo vs. The R. I would like to say that this only involves the song, but JLo’s pink shorts and the party scenes from the Ignition video will always come to mind when discussing the songs, so I have included them here. I’ve flip flopped 5 times just writing this blog. So it’s up to you to settle this once and for all. Which song is better?

I’m Real Remix

Vs.

Ignition Remix

 

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Killa Cam had a hell of a run in the early-2000s to the point where that picture above didn’t seem COMPLETELY ridiculous.  Anyway, these are still two bangers that will get any good party going.  So who ya got?

 

Hey Ma:

 

VS.

 

Oh Boy

 


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If you listen to hip hop, there is a 90% chance that album cover above just gave you some feelings in your stomach.  Ryde of Die Vol. 1 is one of the best hip hop collaboration albums ever, with two HEAVY HITTERS appearing on tracks 2 and 3.  I honestly don’t know which song is better.  So it is up to you, Clem Report reader, to listen and vote.

 

Down Bottom:

 

VS.

 

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So with Jurassic World coming out soon, I figured this was the best time to ask this question. Whenever I think of the Jurassic Park song, I think of when they enter the park for the first time. But to be fair, the actual theme to Jurassic Park is a whole lot of Johm Williams awesomeness and a ton of people probably associate that more with the movie. So it’s time to ask the impossible question. Which Jurassic Park song is better?

Song A:

Or

Song B:

VOTE BELOW:

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Today’s Impossible Music Question delves into a much deeper discussion into everyone’s favorite 2000s rappers.  For my money, these two defined 2000-2010.  Just hot party jump offs left and right.  If you weren’t getting wasted to the soundtracks of Ludacris and Nelly, I don’t know why you are here (well except for you, mom.  Hi and thanks for reading!).  Anyway, without comment, here are some of their biggest hits.  Who do you got?  Ludacris or Nelly?

Ludacris:

 

Vs.

 

Nelly:

 

 

 

 

 

Now that you have voted, here is the video that would sway anyone to Nelly.  Tip Drill.  A staple for anyone who stayed up and watched Uncut on BET growing up.

 

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Yesterday I posed the first “Impossible Music Question” to you guys and the masses responded LOUDLY.  K-Ci & JoJo blew out All 4 One in a bloodbath (I apologize for the lack of white glove or old school microphone).  So I will give the soulful brothers their time to shine by playing the classic video below.  If you would like to nominate a song/songs for the Impossible Music Question, tweet me @TheClemReport with the hashtag #ImpossibleMusicQuestion.  Now take us away with your velvet-smooth voices, K-Ci & JoJo.