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"Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little, pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms. Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway,"

"Bro, I knew something was wrong when a little, pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms. Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway,"

Lie Strong. Enuf Said.

Lie Strong. Enuf Said.

Linsanity Starts Here!

"In the winter of 2012 the NBA needed a hero. The league wasn’t completely recovered from the contentious labor dispute, fans weren’t psyched about the anomalies of a truncated 66 game season, no star was having a break out season, none of the rookies from the 2011 draft were setting the world on fire, The Chosen One, he of The Decision, was on cruise control in South Beach and even the Wizard of Commissioners couldn’t figure out how to get the league back on to the front pages. Who would have thought that a miracle was about to spring forth from a couch located in a tiny New York City apartment.

Jeremy Lin, bench warmer of the New York Knicks, woke up on February 3rd sleeping on the couch of his brother Josh, a dental student at NYU. On the night of February 4th he began to see that he was turning into a prince of the city. Not just any city but The City, not just any prince, but the prince of Madison Square Garden.

It looked like the power of the magic couch might run out when he was bounced from Josh’s apartment because Josh’s friends were sleeping over. Lin’s no dummy as his Harvard diploma confirms. He decided to crash on the sofa at Knicks teammate and Stanford graduate Landry Fields’ residence. The Karmic couch was just waking up to a run that would become a global feel good story. (This has to be the highest combined SAT score for roommates in NBA history.)”

(Source: linsanedesigns.com)

Lin Yo Face!

Lin Yo Face!

Jeremy Lin to GO! PandaLin Express!

Jeremy Lin to GO! PandaLin Express!

I’ll have the #17 please and some hot tea.

I’ll have the #17 please and some hot tea.

Vado A Bordo !!!!

Vado A Bordo !!!!

Vada a bordo, CAZZO!
Get yours here!
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NPR.org … Five days after a cruise liner slammed into rocks off Italy’s Tuscan  coast, the country is gripped by the contrasting profiles of two key  figures in the drama — the captain charged with abandoning ship and the  captain who demanded he get back onboard.
For many Italians, the accident has become a metaphor for a country that sees itself mired in economic and moral decline.
Francesco  Schettino, the disgraced captain of the 1,000-foot-long floating palace  known as the Costa Concordia, is under house arrest on suspicion of  multiple manslaughter, shipwreck and abandoning ship.


Francesco  Schettino, right, the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner, has  been accused of manslaughter and abandoning the ship. Here he’s shown in  police custody in Porto Santo Stefano, Italy on Saturday He is now  under house arrest.


Italians are now mesmerized by the audio of a heated conversation between him and coast guard Capt. Gregorio De Falco.
During  the four-minute conversation hours after the collision, an increasingly  enraged De Falco orders Schettino to return to the ship and help  coordinate the evacuation of the many remaining passengers.
"You’ve  abandoned ship! I’m in charge now," De Falco rages at Schettino, who  was apparently in a rowboat at this time. "Go back and report to me how  many passengers [are still onboard] and what they need. … Perhaps you  saved yourself from the sea, but I’ll make you pay for this, dammit!"
Schettino can be heard trying to refuse the order. “You don’t understand, it’s dark here. Can’t see anything,” he says.
"What is it, you want to go home Schettino?" De Falco spits out. "It’s dark and you want to go home?"
Eventually De Falco demands: “Go back onboard, damn it!” …
See full article from NPR HERE.

Vada a bordo, CAZZO!

Get yours here!

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NPR.org … Five days after a cruise liner slammed into rocks off Italy’s Tuscan coast, the country is gripped by the contrasting profiles of two key figures in the drama — the captain charged with abandoning ship and the captain who demanded he get back onboard.

For many Italians, the accident has become a metaphor for a country that sees itself mired in economic and moral decline.

Francesco Schettino, the disgraced captain of the 1,000-foot-long floating palace known as the Costa Concordia, is under house arrest on suspicion of multiple manslaughter, shipwreck and abandoning ship.

Francesco Schettino, right, the captain of the Costa Concordia cruise liner, has been accused of manslaughter and abandoning the ship. Here he’s shown in police custody in Porto Santo Stefano, Italy on Saturday He is now under house arrest.

Italians are now mesmerized by the audio of a heated conversation between him and coast guard Capt. Gregorio De Falco.

During the four-minute conversation hours after the collision, an increasingly enraged De Falco orders Schettino to return to the ship and help coordinate the evacuation of the many remaining passengers.

"You’ve abandoned ship! I’m in charge now," De Falco rages at Schettino, who was apparently in a rowboat at this time. "Go back and report to me how many passengers [are still onboard] and what they need. … Perhaps you saved yourself from the sea, but I’ll make you pay for this, dammit!"

Schettino can be heard trying to refuse the order. “You don’t understand, it’s dark here. Can’t see anything,” he says.

"What is it, you want to go home Schettino?" De Falco spits out. "It’s dark and you want to go home?"

Eventually De Falco demands: “Go back onboard, damn it!” …

See full article from NPR HERE.