Here is the iconic fashion of 20 male musicians over time. If you can’t figure out each get up, here is the cheat sheet below.
Jim Morrison | Johnny Cash | Kurt Cobain | KISS | Chet Baker | Michael Jackson | Run DMC | Jimi Hendrix | Bob Dylan | Elvis Presley | Prince | Kanye West | Marvin Gaye | The Ramones | Andre 3000 | Pharrell Williams | Brandon Flowers | Pete Doherty | The Beatles | Miles Davis
Me, along with the team here at zoot take great pride in our Halloween costumes. Pretty much I go all out every year and this year is no exception, we’ll post pictures after the weekend, but some people just strike out, and strike out badly. Here is a collection of some awfull Halloween costumes, some so bad that they are exactly pretty hilarious. Take tips from these people and don’t be any of these things for Halloween this year.
Silver Surfer on a budget
It would probably look something like this, and they KICK ASS. We are big fans of Wes Anderson’s films so we fell in love with this pretty quickly. These are Casey Weldon’s paintings for the upcoming ‘Bad Dads’ art tribute to the films of Wes Anderson. She based her paintings on the notion, “What if it could be all Murray, all the time?” Visit Casey’s blog here for larger versions of each painting.
Drugs are big business and big business means big money means stiff competition. In a normal industry you’d simply try to beat the competition by making a better product or by building a good brand. In the drugs business you simply try to do away with the competition by killing them. Pablo Escobar did it and the Mexican drug gangs have been at it a while too. This year alone thousands of people have been killed in Mexico due to the drug wars and the town of Ciudad Juarez is often the battlefield. As long as the demand is there the supply will keep on coming and death, destruction and wealth with it. GRAPHIC CONTENT.
Gold and silver plated pistols are shown to the media in Guadalajara in this May 2, 2010 photo. The Mexican army raided the house of a family member of Oscar Nava Orlando Valencia, the leader of a drug trafficking gang who is currently in prison, and seized dozens of weapons, some of the plated in gold or silver and encrusted with precious stones, according to local media. Picture taken May 2, 2010. REUTERS/Stringer
Click below for over 20 more photographs depicting the struggles with drugs south of the boarder.
The Zootpatrol team is going on a little “business” trip to Las Vegas if you know what we mean, so in turn here are 14 things you probably don’t know about Vegas.
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Italian artist Maurizio Savini has spent the last ten years creating amazing sculptures out of thousands of pieces of bright pink chewing gum. Chewing gum may not be the most common media of the art world, but to 39-year-old Maurizio Savini it’s the most versatile material available. It’s easy to manipulate when warm, and can be cut with a knife, just like clay. Regardless of what many may think, chewing gum sculpting is an established art form, recognized all over the world, and Savini’s artworks are eagerly awaited by critics and connoisseurs, alike. Disgusting as it may seem to some people, Maurizio Savini uses thousands of chewed up pieces of bubble gum for each of his sculptures. He molds them into the desired shapes and when the whole thing is done, he fixes the sculpture with formaldehyde and antibiotics. The amazingly detailed chewing gum sculptures of Maurizio Savini have sold fro up to $60,000 each.
More of his awesome sculptures below.
You might recall a news story last week about a dozen Central Washington University students passing out and becoming ill at a party. Ramapo College in NJ had a similar incident and recently banned the problem this month as well. The CWU story made national headlines because police thought it was a case of someone maliciously spiking the punch. Upon further investigation the police released their findings this week which places the blame on a 12% malt alc/energy drink called Four Loko. Nicknamed “blackout in a can” and “liquid cocaine” Four Loko sales have risen 400% in the past year. Four Loko got its name because it sends the person who consumed it into FOUR STAGES OF CRAZY: Stage 1: Tipsy (loud, might stumble, laugh) Stage 2: Drunk (embarassing, stumbling, slight slur) Stage 3: Wasted (heavy slur, falling, hitting on mutants) Stage 4: Black Out (no ability to speak, vomiting, waking up next to a mutant, memory loss). But for real the name is derived from its four main ingredients, caffeine, taurine, guarana, and alcohol. Maybe I’m outa the loop on the college party seen but this sounds likes it’s worth a try, just got put into the hands of some amateurs at Central Washington U. Schools will ban it but it will surely be in great demand after this latest story.
The sports world is rife with double entendre and pun opportunities, so it should come as no surprise that, intentionally or accidentally, print media can perhaps string some words together in a headline that might come across as a little…odd or unfortunate. Factor in headlines about a sex scandal and you’ve go the trappings of some damn funny headlines.
I vowed a while back that I would never call him by his real name and would only refer to him as Fat Pippen, because that’s what he is, a fat sidekick. For our new readers I am referring to LeBron James, and he is turning to Nike, like Tiger Woods did, to rebuild his image. We weighed in on his decision here, and why it was a terrible one, and he is still whining like a fat balding baby, seriously he is balding faster than a un-watered Chia Pet.
If you’re keeping count, there’s a Decision reference in that ad, a nod to the time he left his local high school for a stronger program in Akron as a teen, a Charles Barkley (“hi Chuck!”) reference, a Miami Vice redux with Don Johnson in tow (what, Nike could meet Philip Michael Thomas’ demands?), and James also gets to dress up like a cowboy, a beatnik, and a construction worker. And then he tries to get us to feel sorry for him because we judged him by our own set of values this summer.
LeBron? You still screwed up. You did the right thing going to the better team and taking less money to do it, but you completely and utterly blew the execution behind the whole move. You listened to your friends (because, as the ad states, “they’re [your] friends”), and your friends led you astray. This is pretty much how it’s always gone for every narcissist, in whatever forum, that surrounded themselves with yes-men.