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Friday, September 27, 2013

Oh so now ya'll wanna give us a matching box...

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JB gives dudes that huff ass black doo doo box with Bred XIs last year
but for these gamma XIs (which are ass water. Wheres the Colombias?) 
Ya'll give up the pull out box? 

Bunch of shit. 




Polyester - Late Night Dippin




-Based

Thundercat's tribute to Hiroshi Yamauchi


Hiroshi Yamauchi is the man who took the risk of turning Nintendo into a video game company. 
Without him it would still be a playing card company like it originally was. 
This is a tribute from Thundercat. 


-Based

Forza 5 Direct Feed





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Age of Ultron SDCC Teaser



 May 1, 2015

-Based

Roshe Run “Supremo” Custom by Enrique Sanchez



Not a fan of 98% of customs.
Not a fan of 99% of Supreme.
These Roshe Runs are fire to me. 

-Based



Thursday, September 26, 2013

Quote Of The Day 9/26/13



"People have been told since they were kids to think outside the box. The problem is. people are so busy trying to think outside the box, they're too scared to build a different box" -PacificTomb

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Humble Pie.



  Well shit, I think my last post on here was when Miley Cyrus still had common sense, but I digress. Sorry for the lack of posting. I been busy trying to take over the western hemisphere and in my struggle for world domination and world conquest I've learned quite a bit about myself.

   People throw around the term "You aint shit" or "I aint shit" regularly in my day to day life and also on my time on social media. Some take offense to the statement and others embrace it wholeheartedly. My reasoning for this? I really aint shit. "Aint shit" in a nut shell means "Not special" for those of you soft headed thick weave ass people reading this. Embracing a statement like this is a way of keeping yourself humble, cause lord knows some of us, fall victim to thinking were above something, or above someone, or we're better than the next man because of something trivial. For some odd reason hoes on twitter think that a certain amount of followers equates to how special you are, Or in sneaker culture, the amount of IG likes and who follows you and shouts you out means that you're some cool ass dude with heat.

    I'll get personal for a bit. I work part time at a grocery store. Usually 3-4 days out of the week. 3 weekdays and 1 long shift on the weekends. The reason I got the job was at the time I had no fucking clue what I wanted to do with my life and I needed to figure some shit out with myself before I made any more moves, also I wanted to have a constant reminder that everyone started somewhere. That was 4 months ago, now I'm on the verge of doing some shit that I never would have dreamed of months ago and I'm in a position that many people will never be in their entire lives... and because of this I grew cocky and arrogant as shit.

   I started feeling as though I was better than my coworkers and my managers and that I could quit at any time I wanted. (In retrospect I honestly could quit because I can potentially make more in a month than they do in a year ). But its not about money or what I make or what I do. A pay check does not determine your self worth or someone else's. Getting paid more than someone else doesn't mean a damn thing at the end of the day. While I plan my moves, I work part time at a grocery store. I'm no better than the man working next to me. Just because you drive a certain car, or you own a certain pair of shoes, or you date a certain girl that doesn't make you special.

 I cant really explain more on this without typing a a new book to add to the bible. My point is realize that you are one of 7 billion people on planet earth, and it doesn't matter what you do in your life, you all die the same. Under the skin,under the muscle, under the fat and under the bone you are the same as the other 7 billion people around you, who inhabit this same small as rock in a small ass galaxy. Nothing you could possibly own will ever make you better than the next man or women.

This is my interpretation of "I ain't shit". I call it humble pie.

- PacificTomb

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Project Pat - Make a Sale


The Patsta still got it. 

-Based

QuanB24 hands out the fade




My mans Quanb24 just trying to work a 9 to 5 and pay his taxes 
The feds always watching him so he trying to fool them right?
But this skinny ethiopian dude wanted to flex to the REAL rich homie quan.
Quan being that he on probation can't swing first...
So Starvin Marvin threw the first smack..
Quan proceeded the lay down them 'Who Run Its' until that african went to sleep.
What did we learn today?

Don't swing first on Rich Homie Quan. 
and
Always wear your Air Quans.

Nike SB Janoski 'Jungle Camo'



Looks like Zumies and other bigger retailers are gonna get these. Gum sole? Jungle Print? 
I can guarantee though since there will be a super GR nobody will hype over them.

Expected release Oct.2014

-Based

Match of the week 9/19/13



Its no secret I am a fan of Pro Wrestling. Mostly older stuff. A lot of my generation were big fans. Gonna add a new feature to Fat Kid Social Club. Being that I feel Pro Wrestling is in a way a part of Nerd culture, I am going to post a legendary or important or just all around entertaining match each week. This week? 

Shawn Michaels vs Razor Ramon. WM X. Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Title. 

Enjoy.

-Based

Fat Kid post 9/19/13




Say man...
DIABETES COMETH!!!!

-Based




Kick in the door.




Based

Quote of the Day 9/19/13


I hope whoever reading this finds out why today. 

-Based

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Who Got Next? 3 Athletes Who Nike Should Give Signature Lines

Nike is always ahead of the curve. The Nike brain trust is always looking a decade ahead while everyone else is enjoying the present. Nike currently has a few signature athletes at the tail end of their careers in Kobe Bryant, Roger Federer, and Ken Griffey Jr. (Griffey has been retired since 2010, but Nike has continued his signature line). With this in mind, Nike has surely been considering new signature athletes going forward.

While I have no idea who Nike has in mind as their top brand ambassadors going forward, I have a few up and coming athletes in mind who could have successful signature lines if marketed correctly. Let's get into it:

1. Cleveland Cavaliers Guard, Kyrie Irving.





I could post endless Kyrie .gifs. Just google "Kyrie Irving gif" and flourish. Kyrie is one of the most electrifying talents in the NBA. He's probably the most obvious Nike athlete to get a signature shoe. Nike even gave him a Hyperdunk 2013 PE that dropped last month:

The only thing that could prevent Kyrie from reaching signature shoe levels is the fact that he has not been able to stay healthy for an entire season. Irving only played in 11 games in his lone season at Duke, then missed 15 of 66 games in his rookie year in Cleveland, and missed 23 of 82 games during his second season. That's a lot of games missed due to injury for a player that just turned 21this year. Thankfully none of Irving's injuries have been major, so a string of healthy seasons is not a stretch. If the Hyperdunk PE is any indication, Irving is a big part of Nike Basketball's plans going forward.

2. San Francisco 49ers Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick


Colin Kaepernick is a really interesting possibility when it comes to a signature line. Nike currently has two NFL signature athletes with Darelle Revis and Calvin Johnson. The odds that they add a third football sig are slim, but I believe Kaepernick has greater potential to move product than both Revis and Johnson. Nike had the perfect football signature athlete in Mike Vick until his dog fighting scandal ended his signature line. He was electrifying on the field, had street cred, charisma, and played Quarterback. Kaepernick offers all the same things. Nike could market the same kind of shoe with Kaepernick, only with more influence than they had with Vick because the Nike now holds the exclusive merchandise license of the NFL. If Kaepernick can keep the momentum of a Superbowl appearance going, a signature line may not be so far fetched.

3. Los Angeles Dodgers Outfielder, Yasiel Puig


Ken Griffey Jr. was the classic five tool player. He was an exceptional hitter who could hit for average as well as power. He was a great fielder, had a great arm, and speed on the base paths. Puig has all of these traits and plays the game with plenty of style. Puig has also been compared to another Nike signature athlete who was a terror on the diamond, Bo Jackson. Not much is known about 22 year old Puig's past. Puig attempted to escape Cuba eight different times and there are rumors that he was smuggled out of Cuba by a Mexican drug cartel. While I doubt the validity of that rumor, Puig's mysterious past could lend itself to an awesome viral Nike ad campaign. Think Bo Knows meets Most Interesting Man In The World. Shit would be dope. When you add in the fact that Puig plays in the second largest media market in the country, the move makes even more sense. The only downside is that Puig doesn't speak English yet. However, I could see the genius marketing machine over at Nike using that to their advantage. 

I look forward to what the future entails for the brand in Beaverton. New faces, new ads, but most of all new kicks. 

Let me know what you all think in the comments or hit me on twitter @juicemanji.

Thanks for reading, PEACE.

-Juicemanji




M for Mom!


I heard this was going to be put on CoD Ghosts
#SHOTSFIRED


-based