This is so good, it's worthy of a two for one!
Monday, October 8, 2007
They may not be for everyone, but they complement the right outfit perfectly, and people will be staring at your feet all day long. I suggest a light colored top (heather grayish) with a pair of crisp medium blue jeans. Available right now at http://www.sneakerhead.com/.
Sunday, October 7, 2007
Rapper Lil' Wayne recently claimed in Rolling Stone magazine that he does guest appearances on songs for 100K. He also added that he wouldn't take less than 75 from his own sister. Probably true, but then you have to ask the question, why are you skipping court dates and catching fugitive charges? Inmates can't ball!
Posted by The Slagger at 11:34 PM
Saturday, October 6, 2007
Friday, October 5, 2007
Raekwon featuring Ghostface Killah, Only Built For Cuban Linx...
These guys really took storytelling through using skits and movie samples to a new level with this one. 13 years later it still sound as fresh as it did the first time I heard it.
Thursday, October 4, 2007
Be on the lookout for Penfield USA clothing company this autumn/winter. They offer a bevy of stylish coats, jackets, and vests to choose from, starting at around $125. The autumn/winter '08 line will be available pretty soon, and I'll be sure to have the link available when it is, no thanks needed.
The other day friend of mine was at a bar, and he saw some innocent guy having a nice conversation with a pretty young lady. The positive body language (hair flips, legs pointed in each others direction) indicated they were mutually enjoying each others company. Apparently, one of the guys she was out with didn't appreciate this, and the anger and the drunkenness mixed up resulted in the innocent young man getting a bottle smashed over his head. From what I hear, in many cultures this type of aggressive hoe-saving behavior, is not only normal, not only accepted, but welcomed! Well I say enough is enough, and its time for a change!
Wednesday, October 3, 2007
We would save up our money and spend $3oo on Throwback jerseys!?!
I still wear my Iceman jersey around the house sometimes. Its kind of like having really expensive play clothes. A friend asked me the other day when I think it might be safe to bring them back out again. I said the only jersey that wouldn't get a raised eyebrow from me is the epic number Big Brother Hov wore in the classic, Girls,Girls,Girls video, Verse #2. Here it is for your viewing enjoyment.
Posted by The Slagger at 11:49 PM
The latest from futura laboratories, and it doesn't look good.
Exactly. But all hope is not lost. It seems like all of the cool clothes go to their sister brand, Futura Heavy Industries. See (and buy if you would like) it all at www.dpmhi.com.
King James Hosted SNL this past Saturday, joining the ranks of Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley as NBA'ers to try out their comic stylings on Live T.V. Lebron is a natural, and out-performed them both with the same ease that he out-performs Joe 2-guard with every night during the season. Take a Look at his opening monologue.
Monday, October 1, 2007
Try wearing something under those cardigans other than a T-shirt this fall, fellas. Don't own any yet? Trust me, you will. But set yourself apart from the normals by wearing a nice dress shirt underneath. This dark grey cardigan by Marc "The Man!" Jacobs, works well with either of these blue Ted Baker dress shirts, though the one with stripes may seem like a bit much to some, since the sweater itself already has some flair on it.
The look works well with jeans or a pair of nice, flat front trousers. (More on those coming soon) You can dress it up with a tie, or throw on one of those nice coats from yesterday... See how much better you can look? Its not that hard.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Wow great! Now I can start letting the world know what they ought to love, because when I would read these things I always figured, "Well he/she knows what they're talking about. They're a blogger for goodness sake!" You probably aren't as gullible, but in this case you might want to listen up(audio coming soon just wait) and take notes, because my aim is to make anyone who takes the time out of their day to read this more informed (unless you already know everything I'm saying. In that case just compare notes) about fashion, music, film/television, sports, and of course, women. So let’s get started. Seeing as I just listed a bunch of different stuff, we're going to open up with a general, better yet a Pop Culture Top ten of 2007(last 12 months) list. Just a few of the things that I think was cool/ important during this past year. Let’s Go!
10. The recent string of
It all started two days after my 21st birthday last year, when a limited version of the 5’s was released. A very cool gray and bean-green combo. From there you had the grapes, which I slept on (literally), the burgundy pair, and the forest green pair, both of which I paired with everything from a Burberry toggle coat in the winter, to a pair of board shorts in the summer. MJ didn’t stop there. My very first hero (Well his company at least) went on to bring out a slick pair of multicolored 3’s (I usually stay away from busy sneakers, but there's an exception to every rule) that begged to be stared at, and this past Saturday, the 8's were released in black aqua and concord (Pictured above), as well as a white and orange. All and all, it was the best year in a long time for
9. The GQ 50th Anniversary Issue
This one just came out, but it would've been even higher if it wasn’t for the fact that I've pretty much gone cover to cover, and I haven't seen my biggest style hero's named mentioned once! Who is this giant of style I am referring to? Why none other than the late great Steve McQueen, of course! Though I did hear his estate is pretty strict about how his name is used. McQueen omission notwithstanding, this issue has it all, the history, past present and future, all represented in a fashion only the legends at GQ could pull off. My favorite part was the 50 fashion hints that accompanied each of the 50 best dressed men, and as I look it over for the third time, I see my hero on pg 358, and now must reconsider the order of this entire list. Way to go guys. On newsstands now.
Okay so I barely even listen to current day rap, and this is as close as Lil' Weezy gets to any non hip-hop list of mine (though he would've topped it back in 99-00), but I love the fact that there is a place where I can download as much or as little of it as I want for no charge. Now if there was only a 60's pop/70's soul/Sade-godfathers.com
7. The BangBros
A few years ago a friend of mine told me about these porn guys based out of Miami that coerce girls into joining them on their van for a little uhhh... relaxation, only to kick the girls off of the appropriately titled bangbus afterwards, all for kicks and giggles. While this really happens, and it's hilarious every time, a look at one of their more female friendly videos reveals a group of fun loving twenty-somethings (P.Parker is something of a fashion plate) having the times of their lives, and leaving an endless trail of beautiful, satisfied women in their wake.
6. Rihanna’s Bob hairdo
An example of what the right hairstyle can do for a woman. Her humongoid head kind of accentuates it, with some help from those eyes and that smile. The bob is almost as responsible for her success as her undeniable lead single, Umbrella. How long she keeps it is yet to be known, but what we do know is that her new hair has taken her from
5. 50 cent getting all of that money
Whoever told Mr. Jackson to buy into that Vitamin Water Company needs a street named after them. A street paved in Platinum and Ice! While I'm not sure of the exact amount, (some say 400 mil, I heard 100 plus million, whatever) the fact of the matter is 50 is stanky rich, and he's going to die trying to spend all of his money. And I couldn't be happier for the brother.
4. Jake Peavy and C.C. Sabathia
39 years ago, there were two pitchers, one in each league, so dominant that their teams could almost chalk one up in the win column every time they took the mound. This dominance led to them both being named not only Cy Young award winners, but MVP's of their respective leagues. I am referring to the legendary Bob Gibson, and the should've-been-so-much-more, Denny McLain. While their numbers aren't as impressive (specialist pitchers weren't around to eat up innings back then) as Gibson and McClain's were, Jacob Edward Peavy and Carsten Charles Sabathia, especially during the second halves of the season, have been a throwback to the days when pitchers single-handedly kept their teams in pennant races, and you could almost chalk up a win whenever they took the mound. While the magnifying glass on steroid use may have played a role in the way these two have been dominating hitters, what's not up for debate is how much fun its been watching these guys all summer, and soon their trophy cases will likely reflect upon that.
Somewhat ironic for me to use my blog to talk about other blogs, but how else could an overweight, gay, Spanish man, a bitchy one at that, be a household name in the straight male 18-25 demographic? (I don’t need to say his name) Other than his, there are countless blogs that have made life easier for the masses in so many ways. My personal favorite has to be The Sartorialist. I could look at those pictures of natty dressed normals for hours. Kind of makes me want to go to
2. Celebrity Backlash
Whether its brought upon by themselves (I can't even believe Vick has been getting high this whole time) or by relation (That's just wrong of Sarah Silverman to call Sean P. and Jayden mistakes like that) all celebrities need to be on the lookout for the backlash, because one minute they love you, and the next they're trying to award your kids to the idiot background dancer you rescued from the trailer parks.
So what if I'm late! This thing is amazing! Never again will I have to miss a single show. I would never have known the joy of watching quality programming like Deadliest Catch, Masters of Science Fiction (relegated to a 2 time slot) Catch a Predator, and Kid Nation had it not been for this invention. It’s great, I'm late, who cares!
These days it seems like anybody can get a script turned to a movie (Good Luck Chuck!?!). Think about it, Crash was named Best Picture at the Oscars two years ago. A two and a half hour story about why prejudice is sometimes warranted, but usually awful with ugly ramifications. Way to go, Paul Haggis! Once I realized this I said to myself, Fred, you’re a halfway college educated guy. Got ideas spewing out of every hole and shit, why not you? It was at this moment when I called on my trusty pal Vermis, and said Vermis; I'm writing our story and selling it for a handsome fee! It’s the story of a group of college guys who are at a crossroad in life everyone must reach at one point. The "Oh shit, I'm gonna be 25 one day soon, How will I support myself and my spending habit?" crossroad. What makes our story unique enough for the silver screen is the fact that we live like a colored version of that hit HBO show (you’re not getting my advertisement!) in a world where nobody else does anything close to it. We have literally spent the last four years being the entertainment. An on campus entourage (eh fuck it it’s a damn good show) so to speak. The movie will be called Slaggers (Pronounced Slaggas) and will be completed by mid December. All suitors are welcome to leave a post.