If you are not familiar with this YouTube channel, they take music videos, television clips and anything else that’s popular, dub the voices with nonsensical gibberish and turn it into Internet gold.
This is their latest installment and it’s on the NFL. I must say, they’ve got something good going on.
But nothing compares to this classic: their debut video on Rebecca Black.
While reasonable people choosing from the Home Fitness Coach programs and equipment, I am not quite sure what to make of this new Adidas idea. As you already know, I hate Adidas. But this new line of clothing has me confused.
This is not the first time Native American culture has inspired sporting wear. In fact, the entire Seattle Seahawks look is inspired by Native American designs. But this one seems a little too loud for me.
First of all, the overuse of colors is a pain to the eyes. Second of all, it just seems more like a plastering of designs on an outfit.
But I’m not a Native American so I can’t speak for them and what their thoughts are on this.
^ Ironic, isn’t it?
I never really followed cycling. I just find no interest in it. I appreciate the athletes who train and make it part of their living. It’s not an easy sport. So when Lance Armstrong won all those Tour de France tournaments, I didn’t really care.
Even when he came back from cancer, I felt happy for him but never cared for what he did.
One thing I did appreciate about him was the Livestrong foundation he created and all the money that it raised for research and awareness.
Unfortunately, the image of that could all come falling down this week.