Gatorade and Nike, they just know how to make inspiring sports commercials. Gatorade is celebrating it’s 50th anniversary in 2015, so it’s fitting that it would commemorate that milestone with all the moments that made them one of if not the top beverage of choice for athletes everywhere. Personally I like Red Bull, but that’s probably why my 40 yard dash time is astronomical. Enjoy the commercial, and mix in some Gatorade with your vodka this weekend to celebrate.
— ESPN (@espn) June 4, 2014
When a futuristic robot/killing machine who has no rang of motion throws out a better first pitch than you, you know you’re in trouble. In 50 Cent’s defense, he looks way better than RoboCop in an extra small muscle shirt.
Have yourself a day 50 Cent https://t.co/OCg7lNCISp
— The Average Nobodies (@AverageNobodies) May 27, 2014
Not 50 Cent’s brightest moment. It’s almost as if he momentarily lost control his left arm and it just kind of flailed the ball towards the plate. Need a better effort than that. Just piss poor all around.
P.S. Love the non reaction of the photographer. He was getting that shot whether he took a baseball off the skull or not.
I know it’s tough to read posts without pictures or videos, but bare with me. First it was BatFleck. Now it’s 50 Shades of Grey. Are we going to have to listen to everyone complain about every major casting decision from here on out? I have a stronger opinion on Affleck being cast at Batman only because I know nothing about 50 Shades of Grey, but it seems that a lot of movie fans have strong feelings about both casting decisions. I agree that every fan is entitled to their own opinion, especially when they are going to spend their hard earned money watching these films (except you, pirate’s. I see you.) But can’t we just enjoy the possibility that people who get paid millions of dollars to cast the right people for a role actually know what they’re doing? Does every decision automatically have to be viewed in a negative light? Social media is great is so many ways, but it’s biggest strength, anyone and everyone can voice their opinion, may also be it’s biggest weakness. Not everyone is going to agree with movie casting, but there is a big difference between disagreeing with a choice and saying that the actor sucks. I don’t care about Alice from Albuquerque’s opinion on movies, and I highly doubt she cares about mine, but we’re forced to exist in the same Twitter-verse, so from here on out, lighten up.