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Chins has been working on the judo throw sex mount.

December 29, 2008   No Comments

feather weights

December 29, 2008   No Comments

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ON Thursday, Dec. 11, Jim Donnelly got the call at his office on Jay Street in Dumbo for the biggest job he had ever had. Emmett Beliveau, the executive director of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, told him that Precise Continental, Mr. Donnelly’s 26-year-old printing company, had won the bid to produce one million gold-and-black engraved invitations for the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama.

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December 27, 2008   1 Comment

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check  out the New York Times ‘08 Year in Ideas, a full scale alphabetic compilation of the brilliance, and not to much, of 2008. Definitely some crazy ideas, worth a peak.

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December 24, 2008   No Comments


Looks like Mr. President to be is smokin somethin here, and he has quite a resemblance to the Bambu man. All you well wishers can say what you want but i never seen anyone smokin a cigarette like that and his eye lidz look like they slippin. I have HIGH hope for his presidency.

December 18, 2008   2 Comments

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it was just another November morning after yet another triple-digit drop in the Dow; the news of the day concerned the government’s latest efforts to revive our consumer-driven economy. And at the H & M in Herald Square in Manhattan, a line of shoppers stretched down the block. When the store opened, they moved in quickly and did not merely browse; they bought, evidently with gusto. “Fabulous boys who were obviously late for something panicked as they tried on drop-crotch pants in the middle of the aisle,” a blogger recounted on Racked.com. “We saw a shirtless dude and sweating women.”

December 17, 2008   No Comments

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A wind of change has blown through many fashion houses lately, bringing with it a new crop of creative directors. It may be just a coincidence of timing but the sudden rush of fresh talent, busy injecting life into old labels, creating brand new lines or shining light on forgotten histories, is a welcome infusion of energy and invention.

December 17, 2008   No Comments


Anomaly in New York won a string of awards for its public relations/buzz-building/online effort for Keep a Child Alive, a children’s HIV/AIDS charity. With only $600 to spend, Anomaly decided to hitch KCA’s wagon to Apple’s star, specifically the launch of the company’s iPhone in June 2007. Anomaly partner Johnny Vulkan got to the front of the line outside an Apple store in Manhattan and, with the help of the shop’s staff, held his place for four days until the store opened its doors to sell its first iPhone. While Vulkan waited, he was interviewed by more than 100 reporters, telling the story of how he planned to auction his phone on eBay to raise money for the charity. KCA supporter Spike Lee joined him as the doors opened and both flashed cash as Vulkan bought the phone later sold on eBay for $100,000. The scene was captured on a video that Anomaly posted on YouTube. The initiative earned a Purple Chair honor from Yahoo, a silver Clio and a gold Effie. It also vied for a Grand Effie, losing out to Leo Burnett’s target-redefining launch of Nintendo’s Wii console. The decision came after an hour-long debate in which a small but vocal minority argued that Anomaly’s effort was incredibly effective and an example of how the industry is redefining itself. As one juror told Adweek: “It’s the lack of resources that made it interesting. What is it? I know it’s not an ad campaign.” Not bad for the cost of one night at a Ritz-Carlton. -Andrew McMains

December 15, 2008   No Comments

you know he’s dead already

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