Archive | December 2012

Diane Von Furstenberg Fur Gilet

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Truthfully from the back view I thought this was a women one paycheck from being homeless. I would not thought this was designer anything not even a knockoff, no disrespect.

Originally posted on Vintageeva's Blog:

L1080227L1080230L1080235L1080236L1080237L1080234I have been looking for the perfect fur coat for a while now. However, I’ve found this Diane Von Furstenberg long gillet and it was love at first sight. The fact that it was on sale was a sign that I should be taking it home with me.

I’m wearing Gucci beanie hat (similar here), Diane Von Furstenberg long fur gilet (similar here and here), Zara shirt, French Connection jacket, Zara trousers and Isabel Marant sneakers.

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Phil Jackson Tops Nets’ List To Replace Avery Johnson

Originally posted on The Russ Parr Morning Show:

la_g_phil-jackson_mb_576Looks like being snubbed by the Los Angeles Lakers for the head coaching position has gotten the competitive juices of Phil Jackson flowing again. His name tops the Brooklyn Nets list of replacements for the recently fired Avery Johnson. While Jackson’s agent denies the Zen master is interested in the job, ESPNLosAngeles.com writer Ramona Shelbourne reports that the 11-time champion would entertain a call from Brooklyn’s brass.

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The question is do the Nets have enough to win a championship right now? We know the requirements of a Phil Jackson coached team: at least two Hall of Fame players on the roster (which the Nets do not have), guards who can shoot the three consistently (negative there), and a squad willing to run the triangle offense (jury is still out). One thing Jackson would be getting that he never had in Chicago or L.A.: a…

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Charlotte Bobcats Lose 18th In A Row; Should Michael Jordan Cut His Losses?

Originally posted on The Urban Daily:

michael-jordan-quail-hollow-golf_t640.jpgWho knew that a team owned by arguably the greatest basketball player of all time could be so bad. Michael Jordan’s fierce competitiveness may be getting the better of him. After starting the season 7-5, the Charlotte Bobcats have lost 18 games in a row including a stunning defeat to the equally terrible New Orleans Hornets 98-95 after leading by 21 points.

As a player he had to be pulled from the game kicking and screaming, but with repeated failed attempts at ownership, first with the Washington Wizards where he believed coming back to the court for a third time was the cure for  the team’s ills, and now with the Charlotte Bobcats, it may be time for His Airness to get out the boardroom with whatever dignity he has left.

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