A year ago today, Andrew sent a transmission from his garage aptly titled “New Beginnings” about the direction of his new material and how he just was offered to open up for his friends in fun. Since this video was released, Andrew has opened for both fun. and OAR, finished his own solo tour sold out in most cities, played the UK and headlined the Slam Dunk acoustic stage, released his first solo work The Pop Underground, did a ton of philanthropy work including the Second Annual Dear Jack Classic and the Fourth Annual Dear Jack Foundation Benefit, wrote songs for many different artists including being hired as a songwriter for SMASH, was nominated for an Emmy, saw his songs performed on Broadway, is now writing his first solo album, and is about to become a dad in February. Talk about an incredible year!
…There’s been the Coors cold-activated bottles and cans, the Coors vented wide-mouth can (and now a double-vented wide-mouth can! For double the venting power!), the Bud Light label bottles where they gave you a little area to scratch your name (or, most likely, some profanity or a lewd drawing), the Miller punch-top can and most infamously – for me, at least – the Miller vortex bottle, which was supposed to funnel the beer into your mouth with some cyclone action, but really just gave the liquid some bonus moguls to bounce over on its way out of the bottle. Not NASA’s finest work.
This past Thanksgiving, I discovered my Miller Lite can had a Taste Protector Lid. Let’s just sidestep the whole question of what exactly a Taste Protector Lid does to earn that title (apparently nothing more than a regular ol’ lid. It’s the equivalent of Ford promoting their new cars by calling the hood a Engine Protector Lid), and instead focus on Miller’s blindness to the fact that if I cared about the taste of my beer, I wouldn’t be drinking Miller Lite. Or any light beer, period…
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Not a Miller fan, but as someone who grew up in Milwaukee, with parents who drank this shit like water, this reminds me of home.
cultural appropriation 101
Seriously guys, wearing a war bonnet without having to suffer blood, sweat and tears for it is so disrespectful to all the servicemen who have sacrificed their lives for this country.
Finally someone stands up for my people and puts it into words that i couldn’t. Thank you!!!
I love the smell of cultural sensitivity education in the morning.
That’s it. I’m done. If I never have to read about the Sex Pistols and youth culture in London in the 1970’s it will be too soon. #capstoned (at Sullivan Residence Hall)
Almost got through the whole day without crying. No such luck. Cue full break down while in a room full of residents.
this is the best thing i’ve seen today
Chicago Blackhawks + puppies!!!!!!
2014 calendar shoot teaser (♥)
December 10, 2013: Antti Raanta and his big split save
i said to the boys last night, ” it’s better to live one day as a lion, than a thousand years as lambs.”