This is one of the coolest pumpkins I’ve seen. I like how he even added the slingshot so that it would glow on the back wall. Combine two of my favorite things and you’ve got yourself this. Who doesn’t love carving pumpkins…and who doesn’t love launching those angry birds into all kinds of structures. The only problem I see with this is that it’s just an invitation for some punk kids to turn this into a real life version of the game and make it a smashing pumpkin.
I’m actually a fan of Ron Artest. I know he’s an asshole but he’s also a really good player. He certainly tries his hardest each game. Either way, if you’re a fan or not. You can be the proud owner of an NBA Championship ring for a measly $2…well actually $10 as you have to purchase a minimum of 5 raffle tickets. All-in-all, it’s pretty cool because for one you may win an awesome prize for hardly anything and secondly (and more important) all the proceeds are going to help out children with mental health issues.
Join Ron Artest and Xcel University in their efforts to support mental health awareness and treatment for children and you could win Ron Artest’s NBA Championship Ring and an expense paid trip to LA to meet Ron Artest and enjoy premium seats at an LA Lakers Game.
Winner will receive Ron Artest’s original NBA 2010 Championship Ring (See More Photos ) The ring includes the following features:
Each and every ring is adorned with a piece of the actual ball used in game seven of the 2010 NBA Finals
The two Larry O’Brien trophies representing the back to back titles are made from a custom batch of 16kt gold.
16 oversized round brillant white diamonds indicate the 16 championships the franchise has won.
Each player is immortalized with a three dimensional sculpture of their face on their respective rings.
The final score of the Lakers 83-79 game seven victory over the Boston Celtics is represented on the side of the ring in scoreboard fashion.
Winner and a guest will enjoy an expense paid trip to Los Angeles where Ron Artest will present the Winner with his ring and where the Winner and their guest will enjoy premium seats to an LA Lakers Game. The trip includes the following prize items:
Two Premium Seats to an LA Lakers Game
Two night hotel accomodations at the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills (single room, double occupancy)
Round trip coach air transportation from any international airport in the world (as necessary to attend ring presentation and game, $2,000 maximum)
A $1,000 allowance for expenses including meals and ground transportation
Winner will receive a cash prize in the amount of $13,007.5 to mitigate the Winner’s tax liabiltiy that results from winning the raffle. This prize is withheld and paid, on behalf of the Winner, directly to the IRS ($10,750.00) and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts ($2,257.50)
This grumpy ass cat does not want to partake in the Halloween festivities. I guess I don’t blame her. I wouldn’t want to wear that old standby of a costume either. Her owner should be a little more creative. This cat just can’t catch a break. Do you dress your pet up in a costume for the holiday of treats?
Can you hear me now? No…no I can’t. It’s always something with these things. Whether it’s the dropped calls, no signal, the antennas that don’t work…the screens that I can’t seem to type on with my Cheeto stained stubby fingers. It’s good to see that I’m not the only one having issues, and that it’s been happening for ages. You’d think that in all this time they would have fixed it all by now.
Ah finally. This is reassuring. Now I can rest easy. I always knew I was a bit of the optimist and that I felt the glass was always half full, but now I can state with certainly that the glass is FULLY full. It makes the argument much easier to win. So for all you optimists out there that are always getting slammed by those pesky pessimists…here’s your ace in the hole.
You know…this is actually some pretty good advice. It’s like a lifehack from 1950. I wish I knew what book this came from (maybe someone out there knows), cause if it contains more gems like this one then it’s sure to be a good read. This is bound to work extremely well. Either that or fail miserably. I could see this going 180 degrees in the other direction, wherein the son decides to rock the flair and becomes a more flamboyant little man (if you catch my drift…not that there’s anything wrong with that).
This has got to be one of the coolest, most fun ads I’ve seen recently. It instantly makes me what to go to Toys’R Us to purchase a sweet R/C car and do some drifting of my own. This is an ad for the 2010 Sentra SE-R. The whole thing was shot in 1/10th scale with the help of a fleet of radio-controlled vehicles (including a helicopter). The commercial was done by TBWA\Toronto for Nissan Canada and they’ve also put up a sweet behind the scenes video.