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Jordan brand dropped this off for us today, the “Future”. The shoe’s layout is similar to that of the Jordan XI and it features 3M throughout the upper, off center lacing and a neon green along the sole for contrast. Releases March 1st for $185.
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Nike just dropped off a sneak peak of the Jordan 1 Mid “Powder Blue” and it’s lookin’ pretty nice. The shoe features a Tar Heel inspired blue and black colorway throughout the upper and a white sole to provide contrast down below. No word yet on when this guy drops but we’ll keep you posted.
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Marijuana shops in Colorado did over $1 Million in sales on opening day this past Wednesday. There were 24 different locations open throughout Colorado with the majority of them being in Denver. Some people even travelled all the way from Michigan to be a part of the day one madness. Other than long lines and a few people being cited for smoking in public, there were few problems reported. It will be interesting to see how sales continue from here moving forward.
Yeah… This might be one of the cleanest Lambos we’ve ever seen. Even though “Rich is not what you have, it’s who you have beside you”, we can still appreciate a well crafted vehicle such as this one. Here’s the car description according to Uncrate.
“You’ve been good this year — really good — and while it may not be small enough to fit under the tree, we can think of no better way to reward yourself than the Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 ($TBA). This very worthy successor to the beloved Gallardo is truly something to behold, with its sleek lines and characteristically Lamborghini wedge shape. But its looks aren’t the only things that makes it special. With 610 horsepower and 413 pound-feet of torque produced by the 5.2-liter V10 direct-injected motor housed around back, this beauty will do zero to 62 in just 3.2 seconds. Add in a top speed of 201 miles per hour, all wheel drive, and a fuel-economy-friendly start-stop system, and you get one hell of a stocking stuffer.”
UFC Welterweight champion George St-Pierre announced today that he will be vacating his title and taking a much needed break from the sport. GSP stated, “I’ve been fighting for a long time. I have 22 fights in the UFC, and 15 were for a world title. I’ve been fighting a long time at a high level, a lot of pressure and criticizing. I’ve decided I needed to take some time off.” This comes directly after a narrow and controversial victory over Johnny Hendricks at UFC 167. Hendricks will fight Robbie Lawler at UFC 171 in Dallas, TX to claim the open championship.
In a surprising move, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan has decided to bench Robert Griffin III for the remainder of the year. Shanahan seems to be claiming that is for his health, but there have been a lot of questions surrounding that from fellow teammates and several sports analysts. RG III hasn’t had the best year ever, in fact it’s been mostly a sophomore slump. At the same time though, he was Offensive Rookie of the Year last year and is supposed to be the face of the franchise and with three games to go, it doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to sit him. Confusing indeed. Kirk Cousins will start in his place.
George Zimmerman was arrested yesterday on aggravated assault, criminal mischief, and domestic battery charges after he allegedly broke a glass table, pointed a shotgun at his new girlfriend and then kicked her out of the house that they shared. He was arraigned today with a bail set at $9,000. Nice work man.
In a strange turn of events earlier this week, the National Music Publishers Association decided to start going after a ton of websites that post song lyrics. They claim they are only going after sites “that engage in blatant illegal behavior, which significantly impacts songwriters’ ability to make a living.” Whatever that means. They sent out 50 take-down notices, including one to Rap Genius. So what did Rap Genius do? They promptly signed a licensing contract with Sony/ATV and can now operate freely and without any hassle from the NMPA. Wise move fellas.
The other day we reported Kendrick covering GQ magazine and this time we’ve got Justin Timberlake on the cover as one of the “Men of the Year”. He obviously had a crazy year releasing two albums and going platinum with both of them. Or one album with two parts, however you want to look at it.
The numbers are in and Call of Duty: Ghosts reportedly made $1 Billion yesterday. It set the record for biggest opening day drop, topping the previous mark of $800 million by Grand Theft Auto V. Not too shabby, Activision.