I love learning about artists, their stories and their daily lives. To me, it adds texture to what they are all about. Check out this cool story.
I don’t understand why clowns get a bad rap? How can you be scared of a clown?
I’ve never surfed this type of wave, but I would love to one day. It beats paddling out for hundreds of yards!
I remember watching the New York Cosmos way back in the day when I was just a pre-teen. The team was loaded and won regularly in the NASL. It had stars like Pele, Beckenbaur, Messing, Jeff Durgan, Ricky Davis, Carlos Alberto…and of course Chignalia just to name a few.
The club has had more stars play for it than any other professional club ever in the United States. That fact is undeniable. But…
“Once his first touch let him down and the ball ran too far away from his foot,it was all over but the crying. I went flying in on him like I was shot out of a cannon; studs up and oblivious to the consequences. He recovered from his dreadful first touch and got to the ball before I did, which was his first mistake. Then he tried to cheekily flick the ball up and over my incoming tackle, which…
I love my parents…and god bless my mom, may she rest in peace. But a day before my 45th birthday and looking at this picture I have to ask them out loud…what the f#%*k!!!
Free is good, no? With the BPL title race coming down to the wire and Jose Mourinho looking at possibly ANOTHER title at Chelsea (if he can get past Brendan Rogers’ Liverpool) why not enjoy some light reading about my visit to Stamford Bridge this past Boxing Day?
Using special words is absurd
There is beauty in simplicity that we can all enjoy
Go make an unmovable toy
Stare at it all day and see what it does
Sorry to all the girls I grew up playing soccer with back in the 80s and 90s…but there didn’t seem to be many like Sydney Leroux back then. On the field or off. Again, my apologies, because I certainly was the soccer-playing Brad Pitt back in the day either.
Check out this link from Top Drawer soccer of Sydney before a Seattle Reign game.
Guess what “supposed” world class athlete said this in an ESPN article by Jeff Carlisle.
“I think Jurgen’s motto — and I think to his credit it has worked and been good — is that you have to be good all the time, and you have to prove it every day. That’s hard for older players.”
Was it almost 40 year old Payton Manning? Was it Clint Dempsey? Or Chris Chelios who played hockey into his 40s…OR…
I used to think I had some pretty good skills…at age 16 I could juggle 1027 times! But after watching these modern skills savants, I have come to realize that I was never really any good at all. Maybe on 50/50 challenges you might still want to watch your step around me, but as far as street skills…I am still a newbie compared to these guys! Enjoy