18 August 2010

still thinking about it.


harnessing the power of the sun...

...to make noise.

17 days.

So, when they approached Mr. Berry and he readily autographed both their football and their hat, it was not so much of a surprise as it was greatly appreciated; but what Mr. Berry did on this night went a step further than I believe anybody could ask or expect out of a pro player. A camp staff member had previously given my nephews a heads up that players sometimes give away their gloves after practice and told my nephews that they should ask Berry for his. When they asked Berry for his gloves he told them that he unfortunately had already given away his gloves today. Now keep in mind he had already signed a ball and a hat for these young men.
Who could ever expect or ask any more of a player?
But what happened next floored me. Since Mr. Berry didn't have any gloves, he took off his shoes, signed them, and handed them to my nephew's. (via)
miss you, eric berry. good luck this season in the nfl!

down with america[n apparel]!

have you heard the news? american apparel may go out of business within the next 12 months. it seems CEO dov charney has been chasing LA hipster tail a little too much, instead of keeping an eye on the books.

personally, i feel conflicted about this. american apparel is american made, they support political causes i appreciate and i like some of their clothes. however, i can't help but feel that they had it coming, opening stores on ever corner and selling more and more gratuitous stuff (like glasses with fake lenses). should have kept it small and simple dov...


in case you hadnt noticed


we are coming for you. like independence day, starring unknown will smith
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