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At Least It Looked Pretty

Posted in Sports, Throwback Thursdays with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2009 by Enrique Enfuego

Chargers Raiders FootballIgnore the performances for a second and just sit back and admire the beautiful ensembles the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders sported this past Monday night.

APTOPIX Chargers Raiders FootballIt’s really difficult to write about this game because the result posed more questions than answers about each team. The one thing on which we can all agree, these uniforms need to make another appearance this season.

We got to see a another pair of throwbacks on Monday night in the first game of the doubleheader.  Again quality uniforms, terrible outcome.

With other teams still waiting to sport their AFL throwbacks, we have much to look forward to this season. As well as some more shitty performances on the field…but at least they’ll look sharp.

"I Suck? Yeah, I Suck."

"I Suck? Yeah, I Suck."

Enfuego.

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The ‘G’ Is For Good Game

Posted in Music, News, Sports, Video with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 25, 2009 by Production Team

When those ‘G’ ads started running, nobody knew what they were about. I guess it always helps to identify your product in a commercial? But I think everyone agreed that they were appealing, particularly to sports fans. What SportsCenter junkie wouldn’t enjoy a crisp scroll-by of sports figures from epic (Muhammad Ali) to esoteric (Chaz Ortiz)?

Now Gatorade has gone beyond just obscure sports figures like “hot as a pistol” autistic basketball hero Jason McElwain. Their newest plug is through indie rapper Murs, whom LA ad agency TBWA\Chiat\Day commissioned to produce a song about what ‘G’ means. I’ve been following Murs since he would hop on stage at other rappers’ shows with a Harry Potter shirt and a genie beard to freestyle… it’s good to see the man get some pretty big-time work. The song is gonna be used in lots of places, online and otherwise, but here is the video for the song itself…

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