February 25th, 2014
We back at it putting these outfits together like architectural plans. Don’t call dP.com the blueprint because we are master planners at this website
Here’s a few pieces from out of the archive to keep the frost off your back
The ski man sweater is an all time favorite. I really like the goose tho’ because it has reinforced elbows and a shooting patch on the shoulder
The ski man is a size XL and it is ridiculously roomy. With a little more weight loss it will look really nice on the kid.
Been killing shit in these vintage Polo Sport joggers.
I dug this fitted out of the archives also. I still got a few SFU embroidered joints I’ma give away on the Instagram page. Get with me if you haven’t already
February 25th, 2014
Shit gets deeper than the ocean with Lord Jamar sitting in the booth of the Combat Jack Show. The history of the Brand Nubians gets discussed as well as the 5-percent Nation and the current state of rap music politricks.
Punks jump up to get beat down, but not when Lord Jamar is in the building. Get ready for Combat…
February 22nd, 2014
1991 was one of the greatest years in sneakers for me. Mainly because I had wild bread to spend on kicks and other gear. And also because it was prA’Li the twilight for tennis shoes design and technology. Basketball shoes were so dominant by now and there was no player more dominent than Michael Jordan.
Jordan twisted and tumbled to win his first of a half dozen Association championships wearing the Air Jordan VI. This was the first Jordan that I bought for myself even before he won the title. I copped it because it looked so ill. It wasn’t a sneaker. The Air Jordan VI was a sportscar built for driving thru lanes. It reminds me of a 911 Carrera with the rear spoiler and blown out wheel wells.
The Air Jordan VI will be dropping in several colorways this year, new and classic. I got my mitts on the release called the Infrared 23s. I think I’ll call them my little red Corvettes
February 22nd, 2014
Let’s be clear about this one fact… Dallas Penn and Black people as a collective are the LEAST homophobic people on the planet. This is a fact. I do not have a phobia of homosexuals. Sure, I enjoy playing the pause [ll] game, but that shit is just fun. I do not fear gheys tho’ because they aren’t the problem.
Macklemore is the natural progression of rap music in the hands of capitalistic corporations. Do you think capitalism really cares about ghey rights, civil rights or human rights for that matter? Hells nah. They are marching us towards the day when people will pay a premium to own children. That’s right, I said OWN children. Like Madonna and all of her Black babies.
Madonna can afford to adopt African babies tho’ and pay the tariffs imposed for moving those children across borders and oceans. The rest of us won’t be that fortunate. Macklemore, Ellen deGeneres and the ghey media are all tools for capitalism and certainly not the rights of ghey, lezbird, RuPauls and transmetrosexual people.
But Macklemore is definitely a scourge to people who have no idea what Hip-Hop really is. He is a watered down pop music artist who has copied the mannerisms of the greatest entertainers before him. He sucks because he is a biter. Macklemore is unoriginal. Macklemore is counterfeit. Never mention Macklemore’s name in the same vein of Hip-Hop.
February 20th, 2014
On the latest episode of the Combat Jack Show I offered some sage advice to Black male teens for the times they find themselves without the ‘relative’ safety of their homes…
No More Fingerguns.
Fingerguns are fine within the confines of your home or your friends (see Chief Keff video screenshots) but outside of the home they are fearsome and threatening. Michael Dunn was prA’Li a racist already but when he saw those fingerguns pointed at him he felt a kind of ways and took action.
Unfortunately for his life, Jordan Davis and his friends had no real guns to put in their fingers. Stay tuned for more information like this on the Combat Jack Show.