RayBan Vintage U.S. Army Hanes Full Count Contest Jeans Vans Fleece Chukka . . .
I entered a jean contest last winter. 100 people bought the same pair of Japanese raw denim and at the culmination of one year of wear (which is today), we are all going to be judged to see who got the best fades… and the winner gets a free pair of jeans! (retail value $300) So basically I wore these . . .
Roger Federer won the Australian Open over the weekend, his 16th Grand Slam event, putting him now two ahead of Pete Sampras for the most career major titles by a mens tennis player. What may be even more impressive than Federer’s number of victories is his streak of reaching at least the semifinals or . . .
I’ve really gotten into Springsteen over the past couple years… his approach to composition and performance bring something to the table that other artists are missing. He almost seems like he is narrating a personal story the way he plays music and it is totally relateable. I wish that I could have seen . . .
A majority of my life I didn’t really pay much attention to what I wore. I would mainly wear a t-shirt or sweatshirt reflecting one of my interests (a band, sports team, etc…), a pair of pants that I got at the mall, and a cheap pair of Nikes or Airwalks. I had always been somewhat envious of the kids at . . .
Wednesday 8:14 PM Dog Barking Oustide (as it does every night) I have become fascinated with the success of McDonald’s since reading about their “turn key” operation as detailed by Michael Gerber in “The E-Myth Revisited.” If you haven’t read the book, Gerber basically talks about how you want to . . .
I’m going to be straight up here and make a startling confession: I am not a social media expert. I know, I know, all credibility of this post is swirling down the drain. You might as well hit the back button on your browser while you still can. (I probably should have started off saying that I have . . .
Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) is by far one of my favorite bands. They just have such a unique sound and style which they pull off ever so effortlessly. Classified as “swamp rock”, they truly do capture what the sentiments and feelings are probably like down in New Orleans and the encompassing area, but . . .