I have been using hair spray for a long time now, and have thought about changing it up for a couple of reasons. First off, the spray I use stinks so bad when I use it I about gag every time. For those of you that tell me I can get a nice scented spray, I know I can, but I am cheap and don’t feel like getting some weak spray that is going to only last for an hour.

suavecito pomade

Alright so enough rant and onto the pomade. I have been checking out some of the basic pomades by American crew and Suavecito, which by the way I ordered off Amazon today. I am curious to see how it holds up with my thin hair. I don’t plan on using this stuff everyday because I do like my hair spray, but I do want to give my head a rest for once and grab something that feels a little more natural. If you guys have any tips for me I am open to listening, but I checked out Pomade Fresh and got some tips already on application and which one is going to work best on my hair.

In the past I tried out wax, but I didn’t like the sticky feel it gave my head so I went back to my good ole spray. I am hoping the experience I have with pomade will change my view on hair styling. I am one of those guys who spends very little time on grooming, so this should be a fun experience that won’t last long.

I will keep you guys updated on how this goes, and if I lose my hair within a month then you know I probably applied too much. Enjoy your day everyone and keep your hair nice and tidy. If you don’t have the time, then just do what I do on a lazy day. Grab a baseball cap and forget about your hair.


Do people even eat this stuff anymore? You bet your behind they do! Most people in America are aware that our fast food is about as unhealthy as it can be. Unfortunately, we live in a fast-paced world where the Jack in the Box and McDonald’s stores are still thriving quite well, Sometimes it’s just too convenient and even necessary should I dare say to order fast food than to prepare it yourself.

What is this stuff doing to your body? Not that anyone cares, but if you do there is always the option to give them some feedback through the McDonald’s Voice and Jack Listens surveys. Doubt it will do you any good though. OK enough of my rant, let’s take a look at some of the worst fast food in America. If you actually do care

Hardee’s Two-thirds Pound Monster Thickburger

Yes, it looks delicious sitting up there on that menu, tempting you with its bacony, greasy, ooey cheesiness, but this burger is one of the most unhealthy menu items at any American fast food restaurant. It contains a whopping 1330 calories, which is more than the daily caloric intake for many dieters, and comes with a ton of fries and soda to boot. With 95 grams of fat, 2,820 grams of sodium, and 215 milligrams of cholesterol, this one is better to steer clear of, according to Fox.

Panda Express

While Asian restaurants do not usually make these types of lists, this fast food chain does not deliver what they advertise, according to The Fiscal Times. While Panda Express claims to sell gourmet Chinese food, the items on their menu are not fresh and the price is far too high.


Starbucks’ Venti Egg Nog Lotte

Another surprise resident in a blog about the worst fast food in American is Startbucks. As Business Insider points out, their “holiday beverages are delicious, but the combination of egg nog and whole milk adds up. Opting for low-fat or skim milk will help you save a few calories.” This item comes with 620 calories (for a drink!?), 29 grams of fat, and 300 milligrams of sodium.

Kentucky Fried Chicken Pot Pie

Surprise! All of the times that you chose pot pie over fried chicken may have been a mistake. Yes, it has veggies and may look more home-cooked healthy, but inside, this warm meat pie is 790 calories, 45 grams of fat, 37 grams of saturated fat, 1970 grams of sodium, and 75 milligrams of cholesterol.

Those are a few examples of the worst fast food in America. A good rule of thumb; if it is deliciously smothered in cheesy, bacony, greasy, goodness, it is probably not good for you.



I fondly remember as a kid wearing some boot cut jeans that had somewhat of a bottom bell, when my mother said, “I remember when those were popular in the 70’s. They must have come back in style.” Ah yes, how the world cycles through styles and then back again.

80s tank tops

If you look at what’s popular now, it is all the 80’s rage going on with hot pinks. orange, greens and tacky plastic sunglasses. Tank tops are cool again, and that cheesy feel from the 80’s is on fire! But wait a second… just 10 years ago you would have been made fun of in school for wearing this stuff. But now it’s cool, it’s accepted, it’s the norm.

As you get older, you begin to see a fickle pattern of the world we live in where change is simply a rehash of the past. At some point once again we will see the baggy clothes come back into style, and the skinny jeans will fade out for another couple decades or so.

I think I am going to just stick with my plain jeans and band shirts, and wait til I’m cool again.

The popularity of the projector is on the rise, and as Projector Critic points out, as the use of these devices keep growing, their size continues to shrink. Projectors were once these huge monstrosities that were quite difficult to carry around. Now, they can actually fit in the palm of your hand. Known by many terms, such as “pocket projectors,” “mini projectors,” “pico projectors,” and “mobile projectors,” these devices are literally everywhere. Let’s take a look at a few.

iphone projector

MicroVision SHOWWX Laser Mini Projector – This is one of the best projectors available on the market for iPad at this time. It comes with everything that you will need to use it, including Apple cables, and features a PicoP display engine. It only comes with an HDMI cable, however, so if your laptop needs the VGA cable hookup, this is not the way to go. This projector can be purchased from Amazon for about $400.

iPico iPico is much cheaper than the MicroVision SHOWWX Laser Mini Projector, but also falls a bit short in features and performance. It can be found for as little as $53 at Amazon, making it a great buy for those who just want a simple projector for their Apple device. It is not nearly as bright, nor is the picture as clear, but at about $350 cheaper, what can you really expect? The iPico attaches to the iPhone or iPod Touch with a dock connector which pops out. Slide the iPhone into the dock, turn the iPico on, and you’re all ready to go, according to Computer World.

Cinemin Swivel Multimedia Mini Projector – For a price range that is somewhere between the iPico and the MicroVision SHOWWX Laser Mini Projector, Amazon features this device for a little over $200. Created exclusively for devices like the iPad, this device features a 90 degree tilt, which very few mini projectors can boast of. With this tilt feature, it is easy to project onto almost any surface without the need of a tripod. It is very small, and easy to carry around. It will connect to almost any device, except for a computer. This includes flips, digital cameras, PSPs, and smart phones. It will project almost 8 feet without losing any of the picture quality. And..isn’t the name just perfect? (Cinemin from Cinema and Mini)

These are just a few of the half decent devices out on the market, but a lot more are being produced directly into phones and tablets now, so let’s see where that goes in the next few years.

It’s one of those days where a sense of being overwhelmed has shaken me to the core. It’s time to take a walk outside and breathe a little. Everyone one of us has a need for sun, and if you don’t stop and smell the roses so to speak then what are you living for?

Ok guys, more to come in the weeks ahead. keep your eyelids peeled back!