Gatorade Severs Relationship With Tiger Woods

Posted in Celebrity, Sports with tags , on February 26, 2010 by Jarrod

Tiger's woods are burning down

Gatorade announced late Friday that they will not remain a sponsor for the troubled golfer. Being the third company, behind AT&T and Accenture, to drop Woods, this particular loss is especially significant because of Gatorade’s almost ubiquitous association with sports. As another sponsor chooses to abandon the sinking Tiger ship, it seems very uncertain if Woods will ever regain his former popularity.

Via AP

Ransom by adidas Originals 2010 Spring/Summer

Posted in Sneaker Culture with tags , on February 26, 2010 by Jarrod

Canadian clothing label, Ransom is releasing their second footwear collection with worldwide sport/fashion apparel brand, Adidas. Made of ripstop nylon, these low-top sneakers strike an appropriate chord for the upcoming spring and summer seasons. I like the orange ones.


Via HypeBeast

Black History Style

Posted in Celebrity, Clothing, History, Style with tags , , , , on February 26, 2010 by Jarrod

Johnny Hodges

Alright, it’s Black History Month and that means it’s time to celebrate the pivotal cultural, scientific and political achievements of some of America’s most important individuals. (Sounds kind of stale doesn’t it?) Among the lauded are the usual suspects: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, etc…but what about those other guys? The ones that changed history by not only combating against American racism, but also redefining and tweaking American style in ways that are still relevant today. The blog, Street Etiquette has teamed up with GQ to present a feature entitled, The Birth of Cool: 20 Black Style Pioneers, which presents to us twenty individuals who had pivotal roles in defining the sartorial image of the modern black man. Finally, a refreshingly new perspective in teaching history.

Via GQ

Homosexuality in the Animal Kingdom

Posted in Politics with tags , on February 25, 2010 by Jarrod

If animals are doing it, then why not humans?

Is homosexuality natural? This is a question that has been debated a good while throughout human history and one that is very relevant in modern day America. Esquire may have provided some more controversial evidence in this polarizing issue in their feature that profiles 11 species who have been observed to partake in homosexual behavior. Read it here

Kanye West’s “Coldest Winter” – Official HQ Video

Posted in hip hop, Music with tags , , , on February 23, 2010 by Jarrod

Even though 808s and Heartbreaks was released back in 2008, that hasn’t stopped Kanye West from releasing another video off of the album. Directed by Nabil Elderkin, who also worked with West on “Paranoid” and “Welcome to Heartbreak”, the video is entirely CG and is a little reminiscent of the first Lord of The Rings film. I don’t know if that’s a good thing yet.

Alison Brie for Complex Magazine

Posted in Celebrity, Ladies, TV with tags , , , on February 23, 2010 by Jarrod

Alright, you may not be able to recognize her face or name, but for devoted followers of AMC’s Mad Men, Alison Brie is instantly recognizable as Pete Campbell’s ever-supportive wife “Trudy”. Maybe this photo shoot from Complex might be enough to jog your memory and make you want a slice of Brie. See the gallery here

Via Complex

Motorola Devour at Best Buy for $99

Posted in Technology with tags , , , , , on February 23, 2010 by Jarrod

Nicknamed the “Little Brother” of the Droid, Mototrola’s Devour is set to be released at Best Buy this Thursday on February 25th for $99. It’ll only be available on Verizon’s network so AT&T users can breathe easy that there iPhones are still relevant…for now.

Via Engadget

Motorola Devour

Side by side comparrison to the Droid (On left)

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