Team USA and Team Canada warming up for the gold medal women’s wheelchair basketball game!
I, since the planting of basketball into my brain, have been a Miami Heat fan.
I stand by my mindset that if the Heat don’t make it farther into the playoffs, I will only root for the east team so long as they are not the Knicks, which is a surprise, because I was
- a) Named after Patrick Ewing (with some underlying reasons as to why my name is Patrick as well, but you know, I’m not my parents, so I don’t know the whole story, nor will I ever, because it changes every so often when my mom tells me)
- b) born and raised in Queens, NYC, New York.
It’s a bit of a disappointment, to me. I haven’t done anything productive this summer.
Hmm… Let’s have a run through of what I’ve done this summer.
- Still thinking of nothing…
- Blanks are the only things being pulled right now…
- I’ve done absolutely nothing.
Maybe being “employed” to contribute to this blog counts?
Anyway, I hope that everyone out there has had a more successful and more productive summer vacation.
Swag. We’ve all heard of it. People wearing snapbacks and Air Jordan retro’s and what not. But here’s the thing. Rarely will you find one who understands what the brands stand for.
Cheesecake Note: As far as The Big Cheese and I are concerned, swag is the free goodies we get at conventions. It is widely known as that and we shall stick to it.
Everyone knows that Air Jordans were the shoes popularized by The Air Man himself, and they are sold for hundreds to even thousands of dollars. Hats, whether fitted or adjustable, are made by several brands, like New Era and Starter. These brands took root in sports. New Era for baseball caps, Jordans for basketball sneakers… But what about those other brands? Can’t leave them dry, can you? They have backgrounds, too! Some in skateboarding, some in music, some in art. Know your swag.
*This article does not contain EVERY “swag” brand out there, and the summaries are just that; summaries. So if you want to find out more about brands, do some research and support!