Park Slope, Brooklyn. $750.00
“THERE ARE NO WINDOWS. the room has great lighting. it’s beautiful.”
But Memphis likes chaos and color. Toughness and theatricality. This is a town raised on wrestling and rock-and-roll and raconteurs. Where Sputnik Monroe and Dewey Phillips and Tony Allen are part of a treasured continuum. This was a game with 18,119 waving towels that read “We Don’t Bluff” only because “I’ll Beat Your Ass” is a bridge too far. This is a town where the mascot unfurled a banner that read “FINISH THEM” in the fourth quarter and a spontaneous chant of “Whoop That Trick” filled an arena. It’s a little crazy. We know that.Game 6: Grizzlies 118, Clippers 105 — How a Resurrection Really Feels | Beyond the Arc
(New York Mets director of media relations Jay) Horwitz, 67, may be the Cal Ripken Jr. of public-relations men, hardly ever taking a day off. But he is the Barry Bonds of butt dialers, putting up staggering numbers and shattering all records. By now, his career butt dials number in the thousands. “I swear to God, I don’t know how I do it,” Horwitz said. “I’m not real mechanical.This. This is why you’re the Mets.
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From NBC News in St. Peters’ Square, how our world has changed in one picture. Pretty unbelievable.
In case anyone was wondering what a true sea change looks like.
Look how bored we were in 2005. Ugh. Thank you, future.
I’m not conscious about the shots that I take … If a guy is off of me, I shoot. If he’s on me, I drive. If one of my teammates is open, I pass the ball. It’s simple.
As you may have guessed, I’ve never played in the NBA. But it doesn’t shock me in the least that this is the secret to succeeding at it, according to one of the greatest players ever.