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Michele Negri started off as a runway model on international cat walks, today however he is hardly remembered for his soccer abilities and charm but rather as one of Florence’s best looking men and for his renomated clothing for men.
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Photo by Roberto Farruggio check http://www.flickr.com/photos/fym/
We all are aware of the classic car shoe, a simple leather or suede leather (the Italian summer favorite) for a comfortable shoe which has the particularity of having rubber knobs on the back of the heel, this was purposefully done for driving purposes so the shoe wouldn’t get ruined in the everyday driving use. The concept of the car shoe however isn’t quite that old but has transformed from being a purely drivers shoe to being a shoe used for nearly every occasion, used from the use on the beach with shorts and no socks to be worn with a full suit. However there is one brand so far, which makes the car shoe the way it’s supposed to be done, from fancy colors to different leathers for an all year use. As seen in the picture The Original Car Shoe in red suede leather makes for a very fashionable look but like an Austin Martin is able to pass by completely unnoticed. Such a shoe is hard to come by, yeti f you have the occasion and are in the market for a good pair of dress shoes, forget it, buy yourself The Original Car Shoe in any color you like, green, brown, purple or red, I twill go with anything.
So I was flipping through facebook today and found this on B.J. Novaks’ fan page (yes I think he is hilarious and anyone who watches The Office shan’t disagree).
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Hey there Eleven readers!
I know, I know, today is Wednesday and that should mean the fourth installment of Getting Fired From a 5-Star Resort in Five Days or Less is ready and raring to go! Well…not quite. I’ve gotten some feedback and I’ve decided in the glory that is my wisdom that I will combine parts IV and V and give you guys one final piece to seal this off.
I hope you’ve enjoyed the previous two articles, found here and here, and the third one that I had to mail out to everyone. This last “super-article” as its somehow started to call itself, will be available next Wednesday. Wait! I can already hear your protests. “But Ryan! We don’t want to wait till Wednesday” and “Ryan, can you just marry me and we can toss this charade out the window?!” Well I’m sorry guys but things happen and I won’t be marrying you…oh and the article has to wait a wee bit longer.
If you haven’t already sent me your email addresses (to firstname.lastname@example.org) for the third installment, do it soon so I can put you on the mailing list for the ending. I know this is a pain and a hassle mixed with a little more trouble than its worth but stick with me people! I am, after all, doing this for you.
I found this on Snooth.com and thought to myself, “Hmmmm…wine poetry? Sweet!” I especially liked it because I’ve been on a real Beaujolais kick recently. Just something quirky I thought you readers might enjoy!