Archive for November, 2012

Independents’ Day…

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

Theotis Jones is a MASTER!

Dru Ha’s visit to the Combat Jack Show was a CLASSIC interview. With over twenty years of experience in the music industry Dru Ha is a powerhouse of intellect for how to make it in the game. This was one of my all time favorite evenings sitting in the booth with the fellas.

Peep the BONUS.

[ll] to boning us.


Monday, November 26th, 2012

More Mic Tyson fanboy ish from my infamous hard drive.

Pause [ll] to hard drive.

SEAN PRICE – S.T.F.U. part 2 from dallas penn on Vimeo.


Sunday, November 25th, 2012

Complex adds me to their #SHOEMINATI list.

The first rule of SHOEMINATI is… There is NO SHOEMINATI

Fair Isle Lifestyle…

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

My sweater game has always been on a trillion thanks to my grandmother’s annual holiday gifts of colorful wool sweaters. My grandma’s maiden name was O’Loughlin from her Scottish dad who must have given her his Fair Isle swag.

I’ve got some sweaters in my archive so wooly and chunky I can wear them as coats. The sweaters featured in this drop aren’t that brawlick, but they have the Fair Isle knit pattern which is a MUST for your winter repertoire.

This pattern is hardbody. It’s like icicles hanging down from your rooftop with a taste of native American iconography. I just wish R.L. had added some details to the wristbands so that when the knit peek-a-boos from your jacket sleeves you give off #swag.

The knit pictured below is one of those everlasting holiday patterns with the colors and snowflakes embedded throughout. The toggle neck closures give you grown man points even if you don’t have any children and you live in your mother’s basement like I do.

Enjoy your holidays and show off your Lifestyle as much as possible. Let your family and friends know you DO this.

Made In America

Saturday, November 24th, 2012

I kept it Made In America for Black Friday. Classic, iconic New Balance 993 for $70 clams.

My only fear is that New Balance is using prison labor to keep their shoes this affordable.