I 3D printed this one in link 1. It has a garlic coin symbol on it (?) which is kind of tacky but it does the trick. Not sure if you can edit it off or cover it if that not your style. Robert Plant headed up Led Zepplin and they made their mark with “Stairway to Heaven”, while Blue Oyster Cult had “Don’t Fear the Reaper”. Van Halen with amazing guitar work by Eddie Van Halen was a tremendous force as well and they hit with songs like “Runnin’ with the Devil” and “You Really Got Me”. Kansas, Boston, the Doobie Brothers, and Foreigner were also big names at the time..
Mumble Rappers adlibs Donald includes adlibs of popular rappers today (Kodak Black, 21 Savage, Migos) that control the American music market. The irony is that these rappers just rap about materialism, money, drugs. Nothing of substance. Looking at Forrest Gump today, it isn’t as bad as I remembered it worse. At 21, full of the ideological certitude instilled by a pricey liberal arts education, my complaints were largely about the movie’s flipbook approach to history, the way it exalted an uncommitted simpleton and slandered the political movements of the 1960s, how it paved the path to a white man’s enlightenment with the dead bodies of women and black people. Now, at twice that age, I’m more viscerally repelled by its smug, airless aesthetics, Tom Hanks’s insufferable, tic ridden performance (especially hard to stomach after his career best work in Captain Phillips), director Robert Zemeckis’s penchant for staging historical periods like grade school dioramas..
Savage is the one who gave Jeremiah his first scouting job 16 years ago. Back then, scouts had to travel around and lay eyes on a prospect. They carried cases of Betamax tapes, then DVDs and later external hard drives. When the United States plays a close game, it faces criticism. When it blows out teams, it must answer questions about the lack of competitiveness. These are just accepted parts of the job..
Ken Cosgrove’s father in law retires from Dow Chemical, which prompts his wife to urge him to leave his job too so he can write his book and live the life that makes him happy. The next day he goes into work and is fired by McCann Erikson, Sterling Cooper’s new parent company, as Roger looks on. He’s ordered to hand over all his accounts to Pete, and while he acknowledges the turn of events as “spooky,” he won’t need that severance from the firm he gets hired as Dow’s new head of advertising, and vows that they’ll be seeing much more of him, but as a client (“And I hate to tell you, I’m very hard to please,” he warns)..