It’s “time” to get a watch, playa. Rich people wear watches. If you’re trying to get your paper right, get a badass watch and show some fools “what time it is.”
A new survey from Spectrem Group’s Millionaire Corner shows most wealthy investors wear wristwatches (67 percent), with the percentage of wearers increasing with wealth. Which is why you should consider a new time piece from RumbaTime’s Bowery watch collection.
The collection was inspired by RumbaTime owner Drew Deters’ trip to Japan and the natural elements of bamboo and earth tones that pepper the landscape and culture.
At first, I wasn’t crazy about the neutral color options the Bowery Collection was available in. But the Army Green band with leather accents grew on me and actually helped me figure out how to diversify my wardrobe around the watch. The watch made me want to wear brown shoes and earth tones so I could wear it.
My favorite part about the watch was the face. The face plate is a crisp white that pops and accents both the hands of the watch and the green line indices that denote the hours.
What were you doing when you were 21 years old? For NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Kyle Larson, the answer is driving the #42 Target Chevrolet, going head to head with NASCAR legends like Jeff Gordon, Jimmie Johnson and Tony Stewart.
“Being only 21-years old, I get to race against a lot of guys who have been racing since I was a toddler,” said Larson regarding his rookie season. “It’s neat to race those guys, especially Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart. It’s going to be a lot of fun, but hopefully I can beat them.”
Larson made his Sprint Cup Series debut in last week’s Daytona 500 and was slowed early on, finishing 38th. But he followed that up with a 20th place finish at Phoenix this past weekend.
A rookie hasn’t won a Sprint Cup race since Joey Logano in 2009. Then again, no rookie has been hailed by both Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart as a can’t-miss prospect.
The Elk Grove, California native has gone from being a local driver to a Sprint Cup driver in just two and a half years.
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The first time Pepsi Max did a hidden camera prank with NASCAR legend Jeff Gordon, one unsuspecting used car salesman unintentionally helped create one of the best viral videos ever.
Gordon teamed up again with Pepsi MAX to pull a prank on an unsuspecting automotive journalist who had questioned the authenticity of the original “Test Drive.”
Check out “Test Drive 2″ below:
Clay Matthews could definitely steal my girlfriend and probably yours too, bud. Upon scheduling this interview, my girlfriend did a quick Google search to put a face with the name.
As images of “The Clay Maker” flipped across her iPhone, she said, “Wow. This guy is a complete stud.” The accompanying far away look in her eyes told me all I needed to know; that if given the chance, she would shed me the way Matthews sheds opposing double teams.
Aside from getting the ladies flustered off the field, Matthews has established himself as the best pass rusher in the NFL, thanks to a successful start to his career that rivals any linebacker in NFL history.
In five seasons, Matthews has made the Pro Bowl four times, been selected as an All-Pro twice, been named NFC Defensive Player of the Year in 2010 and won Super Bowl XLV.
I was fortunate to speak with Clay about his career, his lineage and the Campbell’s Chunky “Sacks for Soup” campaign.
Talk about the partnership with Campbell’s Chunky Soup.
For the past year I teamed up with Campbell’s Chunky and created the “Sacks for Soup” campaign. For every sack that I was able to get last year, Campbell’s Chunky donated 2,000 cans of soup; 1,000 to a local Green Bay food bank and another 1,000 to the opposing team’s city. To date, we’ve donated over 40,000 cans of Chunky soup. For every sack, they also donated $1,000, so we were able to get around up to $20,000 for my foundation (CM3 Charitable Fund), so it’s been a fantastic campaign; one that not only provides for myself, but gives back in the process of doing so.
What’s your favorite kind?
My favorite kind thanks to the Green Bay weather and obviously a play on the Packers is the Hearty Cheeseburger. They’re all fantastic, so it’s hard to choose, but just like on the commercial, I like the Clam Chowder and the Spicy Quesadilla as well. They’re all really good, so I have to say all three.
I thought they’d make you a special kind called “Bear Chunks” for the way you’ve annihilated Chicago Bears quarterbacks in your career.
I’m willing to try! I don’t know if it would be a big seller, but I’d be all for it.
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Pornhub impresses me more and more every day. I mean, every “couple of months”, honey.
Not only are they not afraid to peddle smut, but they do it with accompanying analytics! Between smut and analytics, I’m not sure what gets my bandwith more close to maximum capacity.
“2 Very Boobs Homemade Gay Chat,” “Hentai Princess,” “Granny Perverz” – no, these aren’t the ramblings of a sex-crazed psychopath. Believe it or not, these are some of the world’s search terms that are currently being entered into PornMD, a search term aggregator part of the Pornhub network of sites.
The tech experts at PornMD have managed to successfully integrate a brand new feature into the search aggregator site that provides a live feed of the world’s search terms, as an endless stream of smutty glory.
The hilarious live search stream can be controlled with “rewind” and “pause” buttons, and filtered to feature terms from”Straight,”
“Gay” and “Tranny” categories.
Here’s the link for you to check out: http://www.pornmd.com/
When I sat down to write a review on Coobie Seamless Bras, the first thing I did was open the catalog. But with all these hot babes in bras, I didn’t get much “research” done. It reminded me instead of my youth, covertly scouring the JC Penny circular in the Sunday newspaper and heading directly to bra ads.
Having never worn a bra in my life, I ordered one from Coobie and gave it to my girlfriend. Here are the thoughts of an expert:
“I have to say there is little to no better free gift to receive in the mail than a bra. As we know bras can be one of the most expensive parts of a woman’s wardrobe. And even though Coobie Bras are affordably priced they feel just as good, if not better, than a bra that you (a broke girl like me) would spend her semi-annual bra allowance on. Not only is the Coobie bra an awesome price ($22), it is also an awesome fit. ”
Coobie’s one-size fits almost every body from 32A to 36D. They also offer a Full Size version for sizes 38-42D. The Full Size version is two dollars more, retailing at $24.
“With that being said I will gladly acknowledge the Coobie Bra as one of the most comfortable bras I have ever worn. It is super versatile in what it can be worn under. From a basic tee to a dressy blouse, this seamless bra does exactly what it is supposed to.”
The Coobie bra’s mortal enemy is the “uniboob” that can be created by a typical sports bra. Coobie makes a shapely silhouette without compromising support.
“There is a sense of rebellion and freedom in letting the girls hang out, but the typical price to pay for being so free is soreness from gravity doing its job. And if you are classier than I, and always keep your girls in check, than I’m sure you can attest to the pain that an ill-fitting bra can create. ”
“I also realized, during the trial run of the Coobie Bras I received, that it makes up for needing to wear a camisole under the ultra-low cut shirts as well as dresses that scoop down low in the armpit. So there you have it, there’s your freedom without being too free.”
Ah, freedom. Freedom of expression is what Japanese “Manga” comic artwork is all about. The Spring/Summer 2014 collection of t-shirts, tanks and v-necks from SZAMERA successfully merges Manga artwork with the visceral feel of graphic art.
SZAMERA features images of fictional caricatures that encompass visions of everything from action-adventure, sci-fi, mystery, sports and comedy, with an array of temptingly erotic, bad ass and sexy cartoon girl graphics with titles like, “Angel Demon”, “Car Girl”, “Gun Girl”, “Bikini Girl”, as well as “Hit Man”, “The Warrior”, “Rock Boy”. Each piece is designed for wearable versatility that is the essence of the graphic t-shirt.
My favorite shirt in the collection was definitely “Gun Girl” seen above. Aside from the cool imagery, these shirts feel awesome.
The quality is evident from the second you open the packaging and feel the texture. which is a mix of 100% cotton, to cotton and spandex blends, depending upon the shirt you choose. The shirt wraps itself around your torso without feeling tight, and moves with you without stretching out and getting loose.
To order your choice of SZAMERA Manga T-shirt, check out the website at www.szamera.com.
In addition to the seamless bra, Coobie offers a full line of women’s products, from leggings to panties, which you can read about via their website.
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Monday – time to spend eight hours with people you wouldn’t normally give eight seconds. Who would you kill for an Irritation-Free Monday?
Whoa, that answer came out of your mouth way too fast. Now that you made it all weird, let’s quickly switch gears to what DOVE Men + Care can do for you, within the confines of the law.
Instead of punching that guy in your office who says “TGIM” every Monday morning, get your revenge by entering the DOVE Irritation Free-Monday contest. The winner gets their choice from one of six #badass prizes (Sorry, murder for hire is not one of them, you freak.) below:
1) Installation of a luxury nap room in your office.
2) Food truck bonanza at your place of employment.
3) Personal trainer and a home gym.
4) B-ball irritation therapy, which consists of DOVE installing a full basketball court in your office parking lot.
5) $5,000 to start your own business.
6) A traffic free commute via a helicopter ride to your office.
It’s always amazing to me how many people consume porn. From that little old lady who lives across the street, to the recovering alcoholic next door, it’s one of the few things that crosses all socio-economic lines. The Super Bowl is another thing that brings people out of the woodwork.
Today, PornHub.com released a post Super Bowl study that shows how the world and USA consumed porn, in relation to Denver and Seattle before, during and after the game.
The results are awesome, and surprisingly predictable.
Newcastle Brown Ale doesn’t believe in making multi-million dollar “Mega Football Game Ads”. But luckily for us, Newcastle does believe in creating multi-hundred dollar storyboards about them. Check out the
Mega Huge Football Game Ad Newcastle Could’ve Made:
Then, check out this behind the scenes interview with “Key” himself:
It’s too bad Newcastle doesn’t believe in spending millions on a Mega Huge Football Game TV Ad because it would have been amazing.
Check out the mega huge website Newcastle could afford for the mega huge football game ad they couldn’t afford here: www.ifwemadeit.com
40 years ago this month, fifth-year NFL quarterback Terry Bradshaw came of age. The former #1 overall draft pick in 1970 had struggled in his first five regular seasons, averaging just 1,504 passing yards per season, while throwing 48 touchdowns and 81 interceptions.
But in the 1974 playoffs, something clicked. In wins over the Buffalo Bills, the Oakland Raiders, and finally, in the Super Bowl IX against the Minnesota Vikings, Bradshaw played the best football of his career, steadying himself long enough to let a powerful running game and legendary “Steel Curtain” defense dictate the tempo of games and slowly bleed out opponents.
We spoke to Terry about his progression as a quarterback, the Super Bowl and the Steelers dynasty of the 1970s.
Talk about your experience working with Pepsi on the Pepsi GRAMMY Halftime Show.
“This is just great, man. My agent called me and described the script and it sounded like so much fun, I couldn’t wait to do it. It was so much fun to make. And Deion (Sanders) and Shannon (Sharpe) were all laughing at each other. And coach Ditka was a hoot! Just four old guys out there showing off our stuff!
As a rookie, you were the first overall draft pick, and in the ensuing season, you threw a league leading 24 interceptions and split time with Terry Hanratty. What are your thoughts on that year in hindsight, after all the success?
“Well, I came up out of a small school where I was not exposed to the media, not exposed to fans, what it was like to have a bad game and the repercussions. So being booed, being ripped in the papers, this was all new to me. I had to learn how to be a professional, I had to learn how to study, I had to learn defenses. It took me a while. I wasn’t a real student of the game, I never really was one even as the years went on. I was never a guy that could sit down and just pound out tape after tape. Now, it’s a lot easier. Back then, tape would break and you’d have to glue it back together. I could sit there and my coach could tell me the coverages they would use, take all that information and put it on a piece of paper, go through all the plays and everything, and I would know what to do. I learned how to be a professional and it was brutal. Being booed and being called all those horrible things left a lasting impression on me. I never forgot it.”
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