Archive for June, 2010

TRUSTOCORP DECLARES ALL-OUT
ASSAULT ON MR BRAINWASH
IN MANHATTAN

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TRUSTO vs MR BRAINWASH

TRUSTO vs MR BRAINWASH

I’ve been trying to keep you in the loop on Trustocorp activity- check the older posts. The latest is right in our neighborhood and it’s all-out war on Mr. Brainwash. Gotta love art beefs.

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June 21st, 2010 at 2:18 pm

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why we won’t win the
world cup anytime soon

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red card

With the World Cup under way…interesting article in the NY Times about different national approaches to growing soccer talent. Seems we’re doing it wrong. It’s a long article, so if you can’t manage the reading, I broke it down.

3 million kids play soccer here—we play way too many games at the expense of training and teaching skills. We produce incredibly fit players with little imagination. The Dutch have an amazing system for churning out high level players. The Dutch are mirthless automatons. And college soccer is a complete waste of critical development time (I can attest to that).

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June 10th, 2010 at 4:15 pm

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Race Across the Window

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MKTG friendly Jonathan Cane started Race Across the Window in 2008 after losing his mother to cancer. Three years later, the charity has changed, (this year’s event will raise money for Challenged Athletes Foundation), but the fundamentals remain the same – eight riders, 3000 miles, seven 24 hour days, and one Computrainer in the Window of Jackrabbit Sports on 14th Street (between 6th and 7th Ave.)

Check out www.raceacrossthewindow.com for more information, and catch MKTG’s own Scott Towle in the coveted 6am – 9am slot.

Live feed:
Stream videos at Ustream

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June 7th, 2010 at 3:01 pm

Very Bad Things, Man

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With Dennis Hopper’s passing last weekend from prostrate cancer complications there’s been abundant reminiscing about his roles in classics like Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now, and Super Mario Bros. But for a generation of football fans Hopper will always be Stanley, the half crazed ex-NFL referee stalking the best players of the mid-90’s.

Great commercials and they couldn’t have done a better job casting.

RIP DH.

Junior Seau
Troy Aikman
Barry Sanders
Bruce Smith
Sterling Sharpe
Michael Irvin
Hardy Nickerson
ESP

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June 2nd, 2010 at 11:20 am