• RSVLTS Exclusive: Sandwich King, Jeff Mauro Creates the “Teddy Roosemelt” Just For Us

    Here at the RSVLTS, when it comes to choosing our favorite Man Meal creations, we often look to employ the unofficial “holy trinity of B’s” toward our selections: Burgers, Brats and Beer. And hot dogs too…stadium dogs rule. So when the good people at Amstel Light (the official beer of the burger ™) approached us with an opportunity that checked off 2/3 of the above – including a custom recipe by chef/“The Sandwich King” Jeff Mauro – we jumped at the chance to make it happen, especially with Spring and grilling season right around the corner. So after providing a few very RSVLTS-style suggestions, The Sandwich King took the task to grill and came up with this insanely delicious-sounding burger: The Teddy RooseMelt See below for the full description, recipe and interview, courtesy of Mauro himself. Also stay tuned for a recreation of the recipe as part of the next RSVLTS Man Meal post. How did you partner up with Amstel? They realized that me being the sandwich and Amstel being the official beer of the burger and the burger being the ultimate sandwich it was a match made in heaven. I also love beer and down in south beach more »

  • Will Gyllenhaal Win An Oscar for his Role in ‘Southpaw’? Probably.

    Everyone loves a good underdog fighter story. Rocky, Warrior, The Fighter even Bloodsport; classic ring stories of underdogs with a chipped shoulder. Well Jake Gyllenhaal’s next film fits that recipe perfect, but with a twist. Directed by Training Day and Equalizer’s Antoine Fuqua and written by Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter, “Southpaw” promises to be a tragic underdog story of rock bottom struggles meets don’t stop climbing resilience. Gyllenhaal play’s an aging boxer and former heavyweight champion, struck with a series of tragedies, including, but not limited to the murder of his wife and lost custody of his daughter. Southpaw with hit the box office on July 31, 2015, battling with some serious heavyweights in the midst of blockbuster season, but promises to a contender. If you’re wondering why this trailer arrived via Eminem’s YouTube page, it’s because he’ll be heavily involved in the soundtrack, in fact Eminem was originally suppose to star in the movie, but musical priorities forced him to back out.

  • 100 Incredible Behind the Scenes Photos on the Sets of Famous Films

    What is it about behind the scenes photos that’s just so intriguing? The concept of dramatic actors out of the characters we’re used to seeing them in is simply fascinating, that’s all there is to it. Even at just a glimpse, to peak and revel at what happens behind the curtain is one of the most mesmerizing traits of Hollywood. Imgur user joinyouinthesun  has collected 100 beautiful photos of actors out of character on the sets of famous movies. From Natalie Wood and James Dean goofing off on the set of Rebel Without a Cause to Hunter S. Thompson shaving Johnny Depp’s head on the set of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas here are 100 incredible behind the scenes photos on the set of famous films

  • The Brewers Introduce Supreme Beef Nachos on a Stick, Because Milwaukee

    Two years ago we had an incredible opportunity to tour Miller Park in Milwaukee for an MLB Stadium Bucket List Tour sponsored by Windows Phone. We took a road trip cross country hitting up 12 major league ball parks and we have to say hands down, Miller had the best food by far. They served an enormous 2 foot  hot dog, a stand that serves food using indigenous ingredients of the opposing teams city, and a parfay that included mashed potatoes, sweet pulled pork, mashed potatoes again, pulled pork again seasoned with a red pepper sauce and some parsley, so how could the Brewers ever top any of that? By throwing beef, beans and crumbled Doritos nachos on a stick and deep frying it, that’s how. The Inside the Park Nachos feature beef on a stick, mixed with fried beans, surrounded by Doritos, fried all together and topped with sour cream and cheese. Just booked my ticket to Milwaukee.  

  • Manny Pacquiao Just Sealed the Deal on This $12.5M Mansion with 4 Tickets to His Fight

    Manny Pacquiao recently purchased a humble Beverly Hills home for $12.5 million. In addition to the money the prized fighter had to throw in a little extra to acquire the 10,000 square-foot mansion, four tickets to his fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr., according to Martin Rogers of USA Today. With tickets are priced as high as $7,500, Pacquiao’s realtor told Rogers the tickets “no doubt” helped him get the house over two other bidders. The seven-bedroom, eight-bath mansion has a sleek, bright interior with gorgeous backyard views overlooking Beverly Hills not to mention the house also has an in-home theater and a beautiful back patio with a pool and lounge area.

  • Boozy Genius Invents K-Cup Machine for Jello Shots

    In the ever changing world of alcohol ingestion, Oregon entrepreneur Jeff Jetton created a device which can crank out 20 Jell-O shots in about ten minutes. The Keurig-style machine uses k-cup pods to hydrate, heat and chill a single shot of alcohol infused gelatin. Jevo officially launches at a Vegas trade show next week, and Jetton imagines the first units will be in bars by early 2016. The brand also stresses there are plenty of good uses that do not involve booze, but lets be honest. To date, the company has raised more than $4 million from angel investors across the country and from one local institution.

  • Nike Sportswear Celebrates “Air Max Day” With Short Global Videos Across the Globe

    Today is known around the world as Air Max Day, a celebration of the creation of the Nike Air Max shoe originally launched in 1987. Since then some of Nike’s most iconic shoes have been part of the Air Max line, Nike’s running division shoe that boasts different renditions of it’s signature air bubble sole. The company asks people to wear their Air Max shoes, whether they be a vintage pair or the recently released Nike Air Max Zero, to celebrate the occasion. The Air Max Zero, which was originally a concept for the brand that was eventually altered to create the Air Max 1 back in 1987. Nike has dubbed it “the one before the 1,” and it was launched Sunday just in time for today’s festivities. Nike’s Sportswear Instagram account was filled with beautiful looped videos featuring their shoe front and center. Barcelona a nuestros pies. Enséñanos como celebras el. Feet up in Barcelona. #airmaxday A video posted by Nike Sportswear (@nikesportswear) on Mar 26, 2015 at 11:04am PDT Un marco genuino para un modelo único Max in Madrid. #airmaxday A video posted by Nike Sportswear (@nikesportswear) on Mar 26, 2015 at 10:00am PDT Walking on Air in more »

  • This Proposed NYC High-Rise Will Include 5 Built-in Parks

    High-rise Manhattan life is becoming more and more unaffordable… and competitive as we can see with these renderings of a newly proposed residential 65-story, 700ft tower with actual fresh air parks built into it. There will be five “clusters” of shared park space for residents at intervals throughout the building, which NEF, a Turkish developer, wants to build in Midtown, according to Perkins+Will, the architecture and design firm behind the concept. On top of the five built-in parks, the 65-story tower with offer some out of this world amenities such as an art room, an exterior jacuzzi, event rooms, a private yoga studio, a chef’s table, a fitness room, terraced gardens, an outdoor cinema, an observatory, and a rooftop infinity pool with a terrace garden, according to the plans. The building, which is set to be completed by 2017, will include 65 apartment units ranging from 400sqft studios to 1,800sqft “floor-throughs,” according to a report byBloomberg Businessweek.   The architecture firm first unveiled the design earlier this month after it received a major international design honor —  the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Award in the Tall Buildings category.

  • The Best Selling Throwback Jersey in Each State

    Throwback jersey company Mitchell & Ness recently released info on which jersey sells the best in each state.  Using their 2014 sales data, Mitchell & Ness compiled a list of their top selling player in each state then and aggregated that data into the map. Then they compiled a full list of players below, with a short description of that player’s career or season. Going by the amount of Laker “8”s on the map, we can see how influential Kobe’s game has been throughout the country.

  • You Never Knew How Much You Needed To see a Chameleon Eat in Slo-Mo Until Now

    The chameleon has the ability to shoot it’s tongue out of it’s mouth roughly the twice length of it’s body at a shocking speed to acquire it’s prey. In just .07 seconds the camouflaged chameleon can shoot it’s tongue out like a speeding bullet. YouTube channel and BBC affiliate, Earth Unplugged managed to capture footage of the lizard not only slurping up it’s prey, but in super slow motion. Captured at 1,500 frames per second, the video shows the chameleon attacking an insect from several angles with precision accuracy and poise.

  • If Your iPhone Notifications Gave You Wise-Ass Remarks

    Ever wish your UI could be a little more human and a little less…dull? Well Distractify would like to imagine your iPhone notifications as a bit of a wise-ass with ‘14 iPhone Notifications You Actually Need In Life’, reflecting these pop-ups with hilarious, more truthful response options. Check out all of them here.

  • Shots Fired. Taco Bell Compares McDonald’s Breakfast to Fascism in New Campaign

    Shots have officially been fired. Taco Bell recently released a “propaganda” style video harnessing the mascot of McDonald’s against them. In what seems like a dystopian fascist society dubbed Routine Republic, two rebels long for change in a society of monotony. The surreal campaign from Taco Bell comes after a cheeky campaign in which their Ad Agency, Deutsch, hired employees named Ronald McDonald to celebrate their breakfast line launch. This shot is a bit more apparent, using McDonald’s beloved clown mascot reimagined as a tired fascist clown, resembling Mao Zedong. As he rules over an army of clowns, forcing tedium upon the people of “Routine Republic”. After the dreariness of it’s communist-style intro, “Blitzkrieg Bop” commences inspiring the rebels to flee for change, reaching for a land where crunch wraps reign supreme. Although the whole piece is a bit on the dark side, we can’t help, but revel in it’s brilliance. Bravo Deutsch. Now all I can think about are geometrically shaped breakfast wraps.

  • Re-Live Your Childhood Nightmares With The Raiders of the Lost Arc Face-Melting Candle

    By far, the most memorable scene from Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Arc was the face-melting scene where that creepy Nazi agent Toht’s eye’s roll in the back of his head right before his skin boils off his skull. Yeah, that scene, I’d equate it to a retro version of when the Mountain Crushes Oberyn Martell’s skull in Game of Thrones. While there was that gigantic boulder tumbling after Indy scene, the sword-twirling gypsy stopped by a single bullet scene which are arguably some of the most popular scenes in film history, if you we’re between the ages of 8-22 when you witnessed the horror, that’s probably your fondest memory of RotLA. We’ll now you can relive that moment in your very own home with this Nazi face-melting candle brought to us by Firebox, get yours now.

  • Super Troopers 2 Crowd Funded $1.6 Million in a Single Day

    Broken Lizard finally wrapped up their crowd funding page on Indie-GoGo and raised over $100,000 in just over two hours. We’ll it’s been 24 hours now and they’ve nearly hit their mark of $2 Million. As of 10 AM this morning the comedy troop has $1.6 million in the bank from fundraising. With a brilliant campaign which offered upwards of 20 levels of fundraising perks like their $150 Seduction package, $12,500 Be A Director package or Buy a Movie Patrol Car for $35,000, the last two which have already sold out. This tiered prize package not only got some serious internet buzz, but was a money funnel for fans of the movie who’ve been patiently waiting for a sequel to one of the best cult classic comedies of the last 15 years. Go scoop up whats left of the packages right meow at IndieGogo.

  • Vin Diesel honors Co-Star/Friend Paul Walker by Naming his Baby Daughter Pauline

    Fast Seven Star Vin Diesel recently had a newborn baby with longtime girlfriend, Paloma Jiminez and named the baby girl Pauline, in honor of his recently deceased co-star, Paul Walker. Diesel announced the birth last week, the third child for the couple, on his Facebook page. Diesel went on Today, where he revealed the name to anchor Natalie Morales during a weekend helicopter ride over Los Angeles. “There’s no other person that I was thinking about as I was cutting this umbilical cord,” Diesel said. “I just knew he was there. It felt like a way to keep his memory a part of my family and a part of my world.” After news broke of Walkers tragic and sudden death, Diesel expressed his emotions toward Walker, but this truly shows how close the duo were off-screen. Post by Vin Diesel.

  • Here are the Top 10 Global Travel Destinations for 2015

    This year Trip Advisor has listed off the most popular global destinations of 2015. The list beings in some of the world’s most beautiful major cities, then deviates to locations focusing on rich culture, markets, gardens and palaces. Trip Advisor lists Southeast Asia twice on the list making the Indochina Peninsula a massive destination for tourists when you consider the tourism Thailand and Laos bring to the picture as well. These world-class destinations chosen by our community are rich in history, culture and beauty and offer endless sights to explore,” said Barbara Messing, chief marketing officer for TripAdvisor, in a press statement. 10. Cape Town, South Africa IMAGE: Shutterstock — 9. Paris, France IMAGE: FLICKR, PHOTOPHILDE — 8. Buenos Aires, Argentina IMAGE: Shutterstock — 7. Rome, Italy IMAGE: FLICKR, BERT KAUFMANN — 6. London, UK IMAGE: FLICKR, STEPHEN TIERNEY — 5. Prague, Czech Republic IMAGE: FLICKR, MIROSLAV PETRASKO — 4. Hanoi, Vietnam IMAGE: FLICKR, NATHANIEL O’NIONS — 3. Istanbul, Turkey IMAGE: FLICKR, ATILLA KEFELI — 2. Siem Reap, Cambodia IMAGE: FLICKR, TARTARIN2009 — 1. Marrakech, Morocco IMAGE: FLICKR, MARC

  • Watch ESPN’s Documentary for WWE: Behind the Curtain [Trailer]

    The WWE has had a full resurgence of popularity, fans and general in-ring talent over the past few years. They’ve managed to survive the test of time, and not only rose out the wave of the Stone Cold Era, but thrived into a new era and generations, where fans aren’t skeptical of it’s authenticity. They know it’s staged and don’t care, they’re there for the theatrics and adrenaline. In ESPN’s latest behind the scenes doc they go behind the curtain and follow the WWE through the ropes and into the ring for their E:60 series.

  • Russell Westbrook & NBA’s Best Get Reanimated into Their-College-Selves for March Madness

    The NBA recently released a series of in game celebrations by it’s premier athletes that cuts into an animated sketch showing their college roots for March Madness season. Using the tagline “The Dance Never Ends” the series delves into the players college days with some extra effects. Russell Westbrook never smiles, even when he’s wearing a bear head. — Stephan Curry has hairy arms and claws! WAREWILDCAT! — Dwane Wade has great golden wings! — Kyle Lowry has a tail and the toned arms of a wildcat! — Al Horford gets scaly! — James Harden is Devilishly beardsome. — Paul Pierce is a giant bird!

  • Eye-Catching Series Captures The Piercing Gaze of Famous Eyes

    The eyes are a window into a person’s soul. They tell a story in themselves, even if you isolated them, cutting around everything else, which is exactly what artist Jason Edmiston did in his current series ‘Eyes Without A Face’ currently on exhibition at the Mondo gallery in Texas,  The gallery focuses on the piercing gaze of pop-culture icons from cinema and stage. Cobra Commander, Hannibal Lector, Daft Punk, Walter White and even Raphael (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) have had their eyes immortalized in this phenomenal series by Edmiston, best known for his work of detailed icons using vibrant color. Get what’s left of Edminston’s original work here. All images courtesy of Jason Edmiston

  • The Air Force Made a Stealth Super-car You’ll Never See Coming

    The Air Force isn’t just advanced laser warfare and sound barrier breaking aircrafts, sometimes they like to have fun with cars too. So they built the Dodge Vapor, a matte black muscle car with Air Force accents, because not every military ground vehicle has to be a Hummer. So not only does it’s fine matte finish actually look bad-ass, but according to the Air Force is absorbs radar, and is designed to emulate planes like the F-117. The “web-cam” mounted on top of the roof is actually a state of the art 360-degree thermo-survalence camera, the “command center” on the dashboard include 3 large LCD monitors that control, thermal imaging, GPS, internet access and stealth exhaust, not to mention a thermal-scanning camera mounted to the bumper that leads to a windshield heads up display for dark stealth purposes. Oh and some carbon fiber tire caps, just in case you enemy is trying to take out your brake line.   

  • What’s All the Hype Around the Nike Air Max Zero?

    Recently, Nike Design Director Graeme McMillan revealed a sketch from the Nike archives, where it had been collecting dust since 1987. The sketch was drawn by Nike’s legendary lead designer Tinker Hatfield, the man responsible for creating some of the most well known sneakers on earth, like a one man Pixar, he can’t miss. The vintage sketch was designed before the iconic Air Max 1 shoe released in the 1980s, called the Air Max Zero, a concept that would eventually turn into the Air Max 1, but because of technological limitations was never produced until now. Originally he designed the upper to be comfortable and form-fitting, with a tipless vamp, an idea borrowed from the 1985 Nike Sock Racer. The sketch also featured an external heel strap that lacked a heel counter, a design concept that remained unseen until the Nike Air Huarache release in 1991.

  • Isreal’s Alpinist Special Forces Look Like Action Movie Stars

    The Israeli Defense Forces are known to have one of the best and most elite special forces in the world, and they just so happen to look like Bond henchmen. Their top tier unit are known as the Alpinist Unit: a team of Israeli reservists who are the best at what they do specializing in mountain warfare, snow warfare and difficult terrain warfare in the northern front, especially Mt. Hermon, that includes, but not limited to skiing, jumping on skis while shooting guns, clearing snow paths using any tactics necessary and we’re guessing some of those tactics include things not shown in these photos. Photo source: Flicker

  • Poler Stuff x Chocolate Release Limited Drifter Bag You Need

    Poler Stuff x Chocolate Skateboards collaborated to create their 20th year in business with a special edition Poler Drifter backpack. A classic bag with a functional twist, it can carry an entire skateboard that fits horizontally across the inside of the bag. It has an extra velcro padded flap on the back that securely keeps your deck in place while you travel but doesn’t disrupt the aesthetic of the bag when not in use. Padded laptop sleeve that will hold up to a 15” personal computer. Daisy chain side webbing that allows infinite lashing possibilities and a front exterior slash pocket for organizing accessories. Made of 1000D Campdura body fabric Approximately 18” x 7.5” x 10” inches. Limited and available at Poler Stuff.

  • Hilarious Video Of TV Show Stereotypes Made Entirely With Stock Footage

    Dissolve, stock video website created ‘Faux Shows’, a hilarious compilation of fake intros of TV shows we’ve all seen again and again. The footage shows intros with clever descriptions replacing the names of it’s stereotypical characters like “former ’90s heartthrob” and “Geeky Girl, Because Glasses”. We’re looking at you, Bones, Burn Notice, every single SVU, New Girl, that Mindy show, Cougar Town, HIMYM and dare I say Franklin & Bash. Oh also Survivor and every competitive reality show in existence. Watch the video below and count how many of the stock characters you’ve seen before.  

  • Meet the Carolina Butcher, A 9-Foot Walking Croc That Dominated the Triassic Era

    When you think of a name like the “Carolina Butcher” a True Detective-type crime series villain comes to mind. Well this butcher’s a little different, it’s a 9-foot-long ancestral crocodile that strolled about the southeastern United States during the Late Triassic era, devouring smaller armored reptiles and competing with dinosaurs for top-predator status. It also walked on it’s hind legs. Picture Shaq on a two-foot box in an alligator costume. That’s what we’re dealing with here. Carnufex carolinensis, a name that basically translates to the Carolina Butcher, roamed around 230 million years ago, according to a study published today in Scientific Reports. The Butcher must’ve been eviscerated in a large extinction event, the only plausible option for extinction with a beast roughly double the size of it’s prey during that time. The next era of life paved the way for the dinosaurs. It was discovered by paleontologists from North Carolina State University and North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, who recently dug up fragments of it’s skull, spine and upper forelimb. The discovery, along with a 3D rendering of the crocodylomorph’s skull—filled in by comparison with close relatives—appears today in Scientific Reports. We had our graphics and science department compile a rendering of Shaq on a two-foot box compared more »

  • The Top 10 Trending Spring-break Destinations of 2015

    Kayak recently released its list of the top 10 trending spring-break destinations of 2015 and analyzed more than 1 billion travel searches and found the 10 spring-break locations trending this year by looking at the greatest increase in click traffic for each location. Not shocking that all 10 are warm climate locations. 10. TAMPA, FLORIDA: A beach town with a great urban culture scene, don’t be shocked if Tampa climbs up this list in years to come. Shutterstock —

  • Hero Boy GivesHockey Stick to Cancer-fighting Winnipeg Girl at Jets Game

    The jumbotron at a Winnipeg Jets arena spotted a young fan holding up a sign that read “Chemo by day… Jets by night”, it was Alyx Delaloye and her family and the crowd erupted. Alyx was diagnosed with leukemia in July and is going through her sixth round of chemotherapy. After that jumbotron moment the Jets organization invited Alyx and her family back for another game. Not soon after Alyx found herself on the jumbotron again where she found herself at the center of a standing ovation, a true defining moment for the young girl, but then something even more special happened; a little boy a few rows ahead of her walked up the stairs and handed her his Jets souvenir hockey stick signed by Tyler Myers. Alyx was so shocked that she thanked the boy and looked up at her parents before the boy returned to his seat. A few minutes later she walked down to the boy, nine-year-old Keaton Hamin and wrapped her arms around him thanking him again for the selfless gesture. If you don’t have all the feels right now, you’re not human. Canadian publisher The National caught up with the two for a reunion.

  • Just How Good is Kentucky Compared To March Madness Favorites of Past Years? (Chart)

    Yeah. That. Good. Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight model and the powers that be in Las Vegas have recently predicted what everyone else already assumed. Silver’s model gives Kentucky a 41% chance to win the tournament, which by any standards is pure insanity compared to the next best team’s 11% chance of winning. That’s simply how good Kentucky is. Last year Florida was the heavy favorite to win it all and Silver gave them a 14% chance for winning it all. This year is so lopped sided in favor of the Wildcats, the next three best teams combined only have a 27% chance of winning it all, Villanova (%11), Wisconsin (10%) and Duke (%6). In the past 4 years, no team has broke the 30% odds of winning the tournament. Even the 2012 Kentucky team fully stacked with Anthony Davis, Marquis Teague, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist,  Terrence Jones, Darius Miller and Doron Lamb (all current NBA athletes) was given a 26.7% chance of a tourney championship. This year Kentucky trumps that team by 14.3%, that difference is more than last year’s heavy favorite Florida was given to win it all. Here are the favorites to make the Final Four according to Silver’s interactive infographic (check out his full more »

  • High Speed Photography Capture Waves That Appear like Ice Sculptures

    Photographer Pierre Carreau uses high-speed cameras for his AquaViva photo series, which depict waves was elegant sculptures caught forever curling in a natural swell. Carreau explains that he especially likes to photograph smaller waves, which show details that aren’t as visible on larger waves. Scroll through the seeming limitless array of waves each one unique and fluid. Check out Pierre’s entire AquaVia collection on his site.

  • 27 Examples of How Offensive Vintage Ads Were

    Advertising has always “stretched” the truth to an extent, but some of these advertisements from the early to mid 1900s are so cringeworthy offensive you’d be surprised they were ever published. If anything we can use these as examples for how far we’ve come in the past 60 years of civil rights, but then again it’s embarrassing that this was the norm for a generation in their wonder years today.

  • An Interactive Look at the Changing Skylines of Major Cities Across the Globe

    The speed at which skylines change these days are mind boggling. Through this current century alone many of the worlds newest booming economies have rapidly changed their skyline’s to accomidate a growing population and prominent development. Dubai being the quickest and most recognizable change in urban development, has went from a vast desert land to one of the most heavily populated city in the United Arab Emirates. Here’s an interactive look at skylines of major cities across the globe then and now. San Francisco: Then and Now — Dubai: Then and Now — Toronto: Then and Now — Jersey City: Then and Now — Panama City: Then and Now — Manhattan: Then and Now — Downtown Manhattan: Then and Now — Shanghai: Then and Now — Paris: Then and Now — Athens: Then and Now — London: Then and Now — Hong Kong: Then and Now — Sydney: Then and Now — Qatar: Then and Now — Singapore: Then and Now

  • A Striking Photo Series Surrounding Veterans and PTSD [12 Photos]

    Photographer Devin Mitchell brings to light a dark subject on the world veterans come home to after their tours of duty are over. Mitchell conveys his subjects in a mirrored surreal setting showing the veterans in their military uniforms and in plain clothes highlighting a personal trait or feeling. In a recent interview with Buzzfeed, Mitchell noted how “He would connect with the vets, go into their homes, and let them choose their props, costumes, poses, and who would be featured with them in the photos, the newest of which depict life with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD.” Mitchell has been working on the project since last summer, traveling across the country working with veterans on the photo series on something bigger and meaningful, military suicide and sexual trauma A recent study showed that roughly 22 U.S. veterans commit suicide every day — about one every 65 minutes. Photographer Devin Mitchell shared his photo series on the subject exclusively with BuzzFeed News. http://veteranvisionproject.com/

  • Michael Jordan Plays Golf Like a 1920’s Mob Boss

    Michael Jordan can do whatever we wants, see. If his Air-ness wants to play golf chewing down on an enormous stogie, he can, see. And don’t get wise about telling him otherwise or you’ll be taking a dirt nap with that no good rat Horace Grant. Jordan enjoys a good day out on the course as much as the next guy, but he’s been making waves when this video surfaced of him teeing off at the Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational in Las Vegas with a rather large cigar, making him a true boss of bosses. Sure he could’ve paid Ray Allen or Jeter a cool million to hold it while he tees off, but why when he could just bite down and drive a ball 300 yards? Michael Jordan tees off at the Derek Jeter Celebrity Invitational in Las Vegas. #DJCI A video posted by The Players' Tribune (@playerstribune) on Mar 13, 2015 at 11:00am PDT


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