A few months back I was chilling with my co pilot Rich aka @Rich21Kid and the topic of giving came up. We thought it was about time to plant that seed in our city. Nike has went crazy with these releases since the fourth quarter of 2011 and the reign has yet to let up. I say that to say, if we the sneaker community can spend 2 to 3 hundred dollars a month and some of us weekly, we can afford to GIVE. Honestly though I'd like your donation to have some sacrifice in it as well. Don't just donate a pair of beat shoes just because. Give something that you know would possibly brighten someone's day. I personally took two pair of hardly worn shoes still in the box and put them up for grabs, so I'm not asking my city to do something I would'nt ask of myself.
The University of Michigan's point guard Trey Burke is considering taking that step to the NBA. The Big Ten's co-freshman of the year and Michigan’s leading scorer and assist man is seriously considering leaving after a solid season and falling short in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. If Burke was to leave after this season, it would be the third U-M backcourt player to leave. Manny Harris left two years ago, and Darius Morris departed last season. Both are playing in the NBA. Harris went undrafted, and Morris was a second-round pick.
TIME is an acronym for This Is Musical Excellence. While that's a bold statement for any up and coming artist to make, I have to admit, dude lives up to his name. I've posted his music on our site before and honestly I can't say that he's made a song or project that I DIDN'T like.
These just happen to be a few common fashion slip-ups I see just about EVERYDAY!!
1st. Is the the Breast Bulge....
You could have on the prettiest top. It fits you great, right color, nice pattern, ALLLLL that, but your bra is TOO small :(
MSG's Al Trautwig reported last night that Amare Stoudemire was out indefinitely with a bulging dick in his back. He meant to say disk but Trautwig joins a large group of sports commentators who've slipped up with the disk/dick enounciation.