MRSA – what the hell is that? MRSA is the bacteria that causes Staph infections and is a lot easier to say than its given name of “Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.” It may sound like a character off of “Sesame Street,” but it is no joke. Staph infections can mutate into a flesh eating “Necrotizing fasciitis” which can devour human flesh, and sometimes, entire NFL franchises, like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
One of many problems the Buccaneers have faced during a brutal 2013 season is an outbreak of MRSA, which has sidelined a total of three players, one as recent as the end of last month.
Some Bucs (and potentially former quarterback Josh Feeeman) fans would argue that head coach Greg Schiano is a form of bacteria that can’t be stopped. But a quick dose of Titan Protective Cleansers would go a long way.
MRSA is a bacteria that is resistant to most antibiotics but can be prevented by simply maintaining good hygiene, and that’s where Titan’s Post Battle products have done all the work for you.
Titan’s bacteria fighting repertoire is two-pronged. First, it cleans your body with a Hair & Body Wash containing a proprietary blend that fights bacteria and fungus on your body. Then, a different blend of antibacterial agents is employed in Titan’s Equipment Spray that will make that dingy Olympic bench press in your basement clean enough to eat off of.
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As I stood in Arrowhead Stadium — section 125, row 33 — rocking the #83 jersey of Raiders legend Ted Hendricks, the last thing on my mind was the shave I enjoyed that morning courtesy of a razor from 800razors.com.
There I was, getting my sexuality questioned by endless Chiefs fans, in front of endless Chiefs fans in an assault befitting of Kansas City’s league leading defense. But one thing that wasn’t getting questioned was the closeness of the shave delivered via the five-0lade men’s razor from 800razors.com.
Just like the Raiders, 800razors.com is anti-establishment. If the razor game were the AFC West, 800razors.com would be gunning for opposing pretty boy quarterbacks in Denver and San Diego. Sorry KC, outside of Joe Montana, you’ve never had one. From the company’s site:
“Gillette — the monopoly-like gorilla of the razor industry — burns people with their outrageous prices, while the internet razor guys with the funny video burn people by importing crappy razors from Asia and screwing Americans out of jobs. 800razors.com ensures people get the best razor for the best shave at the best price or it will provide a full refund via its Burn-Free Guarantee — no skin burn, wallet burn, or American job-loss burn.”
Feeling bad about relying on Redskins quarterback RGIII in fantasy this season? Don’t worry, there’s someone worse off than you.
This haircut was done by Illinois-based barber Jesus Cruz. “The (RG3) one is my best work so far,” he said. “But I have not done my best work yet. I like a challenge.” It took Cruz 2 1/2 hours to complete.
Based on his Instagram page, the RGIII isn’t even close to the coolest haircut he has done; check out the Jack Nicholson portrait from The Shining.
Personally, I would’ve gone with the Joe Montana.
There is no feeling on earth like sliding into the $125 robe in your room at the Ritz Carlton after spending six hours on the most difficult obstacle course in the world. Wait a minute, did someone say “Carlton”? I thought they did.
This robe is the kind of robe Carlton would’ve rocked when he was on “Silver Spoons” with Ricky Schroeder. God, how I yearned to ride on that sweet in-house train, even just to go get the mail. Imagine me and the robe and the train. We’d run a train on the train; me, Carlton, the robe, Ricky… good times.
Sure, I thought about stealing the robe. Who wouldn’t? But the minute I stepped foot off the premises, the magic would’ve been gone, like when a young Moonlight Graham steps over the foul line in “Field of Dreams” to be irrevocable transformed into Doc, the kindly doctor who removes a piece of hot dog from Kevin Costner’s daughter’s airway to save her life.
Anyway, I left the robe, and about a pound of ball skin, on the mountain that day, and lived to tell the tale.
- Keeping it REAL klassy on the mountain…
But you know what I didn’t leave on the mountain that day, friends? Sweat, or a stench of any kind. That’s because Degree had my back, not unlike the way Chuck Norris had Jonathan Brandis’ back in the movie “Sidekicks.”
Degree allows you to DO: MORE with three levels of protection.
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I am not a bald man, but I know an effective head-shaving razor when I see one.
It looks gimmicky at first, but the minute you insert your fingers and take it for a ride, you notice it was built for maximum efficiency and ease of use. Once you use it, you wonder why no one had ever thought of this before.
Is there anything more emasculating than seeing your bald spot progress over time in photographs? People can gauge what year the photo was taken based on the amount of hair you had.
“Oh look- Paul has a full head of hair in this one. That must be in the late 90′s.”
LeBron James will feel this pain in both real life and virtual reality. The makers of the #1 selling NBA video game NBA 2K14 announced that they will feature King James’ receding hairline in the latest installment of the game.
In a statement released by the game maker, the decision was based on an accurate reflection of reality. ”We strive for current realism with all our players.”
Did you know that pomade was developed in the 19th century and was originally made of bear fat? Into the 20th century, the most common ingredients featured lard, beeswax and petroleum jelly.
Pomade in its original form was as natural as any hair product in history. But as styles changed, so did the demands expected of pomade, which caused heavier, less natural incarnations to be developed.
Royal Crown Hair Dressing and Murray’s Pomade are examples of pomade born out of this development and period in history. The effect of those products was the slick, greased back look popular in the 1950s and was heavily dependent on petroleum jelly, its main ingredient.
The pomade from HUE is a return to the original style of pomade, because it has a natural feel and consistency.
The SI story on the Oklahoma City scandal has gotten some serious blowback, but one of the funnier themes have involved the bizarre hair style of writer Thayer Evans. Will Leitch said that it “looks like Darren Rovell got caught in the wake of a jet engine.”
Take a look at this video and see for yourself.
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Today, check out this cool GIF (submitted via a user on Reddit) that details the growth of the most famous facial hair in the NBA and potentially in the world of sports.
And yes, I’m including Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Brian Wilson in that statement, as his beard has gotten progressively weirder, (detailed nicely by Yahoo here) to the point where it now looks like a muskrat dipped in motor oil.
Rokkie hazing is pretty common in the NFL, and wacky haircuts seem to be a popular past time during NFL training camps. Darnell Dockett of the Arizona Cardinals has been posting some of his funnier haircut creations on his Twitter account.
Cuts by Dockett! $ 7.99 pic.twitter.com/VzA8ZLPPm0
— DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) August 8, 2013