I hope this isn’t really his audition to be the first Black James Bond. Because there are three things that become clear in the six minutes of my life that I will want back when I begin to see the light: One, Diddy is a terrible actor; second is that the girl at the 5:34 mark has made my short list of “models I make it rain on when I get rich;” and third, Sean John really loves himself.
another nice commercial from adidas… this is actually at UCLA and these games are off the hook in the summer time. its like a who’s who of ballers because EVERY SINGLE ONE of them has a crib in LA. Legendary games have cracked off here and legendary things have happened. There is a story of when a high schooler Baron Davis banged on Magic and from that moment on he was a made man. I love how Jordan Farmar likes to display his boosties at all times possible. Cool campaign from Adidas
I don’t know what would be the bigger hurdle for me is I was the 44th president of these United States of America, the task of fixing this financial crisis, or having to give up my blackberry, my touch, and my mac. Would you be able to do it? Who knew that American president’s don’t use computers? WTF? I kind of almost have a problem with that. Check out this piece in today’s NY Times:
For all the perquisites and power afforded the president, the chief executive of the United States is essentially deprived by law and by culture of some of the very tools that other chief executives depend on to survive and to thrive. Mr. Obama, however, seems intent on pulling the office at least partly into the 21st century on that score; aides said he hopes to have a laptop computer on his desk in the Oval Office, making him the first American president to do so.
this is really well done.
Part 1 with Gil
Part 2 D Howard
Part 3 T Mac and Tim Duncan
How cool would it have been to be these kids for the week or so it took to film this. That mightve been the best summer ever if I was 14
This is Nigo, creater of one of the of the most influential clothing labels worldwide. An interview with complex magazine in advance of the 15 year anniversary of BAPE is after the jizzump. Read more…
This album might be kindof right actually…
If you love the Lakers you gotta be a fan of Dr. Jerry Buss, and not solely because of the hot tails that he keeps around on a regular basis. In a candid chat with LA Times magazine, Dr. Buss talks on the Celtics, The Zen Master, how he really feels about Mitch and even though he may be bidding against himself, he assures Laker fan that even though KB can opt out next year… Kobe isn’t going anywhere any time soon:
“We really don’t address those issues until they come up because we don’t know what the environment is, but we can’t afford to lose Kobe,” Buss said.
In the 25-minute interview, Buss alluded numerous times to the sagging economy and the possibility of its trickling down to the NBA. Buss would probably have to sign off on a five-year contract worth $135 million if Bryant opted out next summer.