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One of the hottest topics of the next few weeks will undoubtedly be the statements made in the following video:

 

 
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January 19th, 2014 by

The concept of wearable art has intrigued me every since I saw an impressive collection of hand painted shirts over ten years ago.  The artist was Jason Ford of www.nosajauthentics.com.  We were both students at East Carolina University at the time.   His superior artistic ability made his works actually come to life on a wearable cloth canvas.  Inspired, I also started to paint these types shirts for my personal use and for friends.
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January 11th, 2014 by

Since moving to Houston over two years ago, I have noticed one thing.  Don’t talk trash about the Texans!  Despite the terrible season the Texans had this year, there are definitely some die-hard fans down here.

 
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January 5th, 2014 by

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Each year more than a million Americans die from heart disease or heart related problems.  Even if a person survives a serious heart related event, it can severely affect that person’s quality of life afterwards.

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ALS is a debilitating disease characterized by progressive weakness and muscle atrophy in limbs and vital organs.  Recent research has linked the possible development of ALS with activities that have increased incidence of head trauma such as full contact athletics.  This post is an attempt to provide an unabridged list of coaches, athletes and former athletes, living or dead, that have suffered the effects of this monstrous disease.  (more…)


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