J-Dub and Meehan Breakdown The 32 Proposed NFL Helmet Designs: The AFC

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Originally posted on Dubsism:

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by J-Dub and Ryan Meehan

The other day, we did Part I of this article where we covered the NFC.  Today, it’s the AFC’s turn.

In case you missed it, there’s a company out there called Deeyung Entertainment which has taken it upon itself to offer new helmet designs designs for all 32 NFL teams.  These have been floating around various social media outlets for a while, but nobody has really taken a hard look at them.  J-Dub and Meehan have taken care of that for you.

The first thing you will notice about most of these designs is that they look like they were done by the same people who make those gargantuan-print playing cards your nearly-blind grandmother has.  That isn’t the only common theme, but If we told you all of them up front, you wouldn’t have any fucking reason to read this, now would you?

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10 Questions with Lamont Price

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by Ryan Meehan

Lamont Price has appeared with numerous big name comics such as Dane Cook – whom he opened up for during the recording of the multi-platinum album “Retaliation – as well as Opie & Anthony regulars Rich Vos and the late Patrice O’Neal. He has also featured for other industry heavy hitters such as Gary Gulman, Alonzo Bodden, and John Heffron. He’s a favorite wherever he performs, and was also featured in the film “Overserved”. Lamont has also worked with Def Comedy Jam legends Guy and Joe Torry, as well as In Living Color’s Tommy Davidson. You won’t want to miss him coming to a stage near you soon, and you can check him out today as my guest in 10 questions. Continue reading

J-Dub and Meehan Breakdown The 32 Proposed NFL Helmet Designs: The NFC

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Originally posted on Dubsism:

weird new helmet

by J-Dub and Ryan Meehan

There’s a company out there called Deeyung Entertainment which has taken it upon itself to offer new helmet designs for all 32 NFL teams.  These have been floating around various social media outlets for a while, but nobody has really taken a hard look at them.  J-Dub and Meehan have taken care of that for you.

The first thing you will notice about most of these designs is they look like they were done by the same people who make those gargantuan-print playing cards your nearly blind grandmother has.  That isn’t the only common theme, but If we told you all of them up front, you wouldn’t have any fucking reason to read this, now would you?

1) Arizona Cardinals

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Meehan:

There’s nothing scary about Cardinals and there never will be. The only thing that will ever freak you out about that bird – other…

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7 Questions with Marlana VanHoose

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by Ryan Meehan

American singer Marlana VanHoose was born with Cytomeglo Virus (CMV), and by the time she was a few weeks old it was discovered that she was blind. Her optic nerve never formed, and she was not expected to live past one year. But God knew better, as he had special plans for Marlana. After she turned a year old her body healed from the virus and that is when it all began. Marlana was humming “Jesus loves me” before she talked and by the time she was two years old she taught herself to play the piano. Marlana is a member of the Artist Music Guild where she was the 2012 recipient for New Artist of the Year and Young Artist of the Year, and she also was a 2013 nominee for Artist of the Year. Marlana sung the National Anthem at a University of Kentucky Women’s Basketball game in 2012. This was placed on YouTube and the video went viral. Since then, CBS evening news aired her story, she has sung at a NASCAR Sprint Series Cup Race, NCAA women’s basketball tournament and a NBA basketball game for the Brooklyn Nets. ESPN recently aired a story about Marlana and UK women’s basketball. Marlana appeared on the Atlanta Live Gospel Show and Babbie’s House, a gospel show in Atlanta, GA. Marlana has been commissioned a Kentucky Colonel.  Marlana has invited Jesus into her heart and has been baptized. She loves God very much and says she has no need to see here on earth. She knows that when she gets to Heaven, Jesus will be the first face she’ll see and inspiration such as that is the very reason I am honored to have her as my guest today in 7 questions. Continue reading

7 Questions with Eddie Clark

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by Ryan Meehan

In November of 1979 Eddie Clark and a friend walked into the Original Improvisation Comedy Club in New York City to audition for a regular spot at the club. Eddie got a chance to show the owner what he could do and despite his lack of experience, he thrilled everyone in the club that night…. Everyone… except the owner. The club’s policy was that if the owner liked you she would talk to you. If she didn’t, the performer was to just walk by her without saying a word. As Eddie left the stage the owner looked away. Eddie walked outside with his friend and then suddenly turned around walked back into the club and whispered in the startled owner’s ear, “ Thanks for the opportunity to show the “PEOPLE” what I can do.” He has lived by that motto ever since. Eddie then left the club and never looked back. The New York Improv closed a few years later, but Eddie is still going strong.  Old enough to remember the sixties yet young enough to enjoy the new millennium, Eddie Clark is still one of the hardest working comics on the circuit today. Eddie was born in Jamaica… QUEENS, NY and raised in the city of Mount Vernon, NY, where he developed his ability to induce laughter from total strangers. Eddie’s humor is a blend of personal experiences and everyday life. Eddie’s stand up has made him a favorite on morning radio shows around the country and has opened opportunities for him to help raise money and awareness for the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure. Eddie appeared on Law & Order S.V.U. , the films “Blood Night” and “CAMP”( Currently available on HBO ), “Salted Nuts” (featured at the 2006 “Sundance Film Festival” ) , ” The Flying Scissors.” , “and the Law & Order made for TV movie “Exiled” as well as several commercials & promo’s including, “TV Land Prime Movies, The Washington Post, OPTIMUM ONLINE, Major League Baseball, New York Presbyterian Hospital, Comcast Cable, Monster.Com, Nick Jr. , National Geographic Channel, ADVANTA, Care One Credit, Quicken Loans, A&E “Cold Case Files,” Gothic Cabinet Craft, Red Lobster, Cablevision, Fox Sports and WCBS (New York channel 2). In 2003 Eddie appeared nationally on ESPN 2’s “Cold Pizza” (which became the hugely successful morning show First Take) and hosted two online shows at the U.S. Tennis Open for the U.S.T.A. and America Online. In 2004 Eddie Appeared on C.M.T. (Country Music Television). The show (40 Greatest Done Me Wrong Songs) was one of the Top 5 Highest Rated Specials for C.M.T. in 2004, and he then went on to do two more specials for the network in 2005. Eddie just finished working on a new project touting the advantages of natural gas which will be on your TV soon! Eddie has expanded his comedy to radio as a former co-host WPYX (Clear Channel) on RACEDAY on the Foxsports radio network & Sirus.  You can now see Eddie on “Person of Interest” (CBS) “House of Cards” (NetFlix) and “VEEP” (HBO)  When describing Eddie’s style of entertainment one can only come to this conclusion…. It’s just Eddie being Eddie, and I have Eddie as my guest today in 7 questions. Continue reading