Emilio Navaira IV and Diego Navaira started their Tex-Mex and pop-rock outfit with Jerry Fuentes and Derek James a little more than two years ago. Diego plays bass and does vocals while Emilio plays drums, though he’s not an “official” band member.
The Last Bandoleros played their song “Where Do You Go?” on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, which they said in an interview with Billboard was the whole reason the band got its start.
Why do you have to fight with Drake at the Houston Cheesecake Factory? You know he loves to go there.
The rapper was spotted in his Canada away from Canada (Texas) last week, filming a music video for his hit “Child’s Play,” the Houston Chronicle reports. Whether as part of filming or not, Drake made a point to stop at his favorite chain while in H-Town.
The song “Child’s Play” includes the lyrics: “Why you gotta fight with me at Cheesecake/You know I love to go there/Say I’m actin’ lightskin, I can’t take you nowhere/This a place for families that drive Camrys and go to Disney/They don’t need to know all of our business.”
As Instagram videos show, the family friendly restaurant wasn’t the 6 God’s only stop in Houston. Drake was also seen filming at another favorite joint (mentioned in songs “No Tellin'” and “Believe Me”) steakhouse/strip club V Live.
The original Trump-Pence logo featured an American flag-inspired graphic with a “T” that interlaces a “P” in blue. Beneath the graphic, “TRUMP” sits atop “PENCE,” accompanied by Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again.”
— Matt KIND OF BACK INTO THE HEZBOLLAH THING Negrin (@MattNegrin) July 15, 2016
But come Saturday, Trump’s campaign website had changed the logo to just the names and slogan without the graphic attached. According to CNN, Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said “We have a number of logos. The final one won’t be unveiled until the convention.”
YouTube user StreetCap1 posted the video clip, acknowledging that the object is not necessarily a space craft and it could be something less notable like a meteor. “What made it interesting was the camera cut off when the UFO seemed to stop,” he wrote.
“The station regularly passes out of range of the Tracking and Data Relay Satellites (TDRS) used to send and receive video, voice and telemetry from the station,” Huot said. “For video, whenever we lose signal (video comes down on our higher bandwidth, called KU) the cameras will show a blue screen (indicating no signal) or a preset video slate.”
As for what the object was, Huot said “it’s very common for thing like the moon, space debris, reflection from station windows, the spacecraft structure itself or light from Earth to appear as artifacts in photos and videos from the orbiting laboratory.”
The duo periodically uploads commercials for their law firm Hutson and Harris on YouTube, usually approaching different legal lessons in creative ways. And in one video, which has racked up over 200,000 views, Hutson and Harris tackled marijuana laws in Texas by singing a self-written country song called “Don’t Eat Your Weed.”
The lawyers say in the video that possessing marijuana in Texas classifies as a class B misdemeanor if a person is holding less than two ounces. But if the suspect tries to alter, destroy or conceal the weed when an officer approaches, the charge may become a third-degree felony for tampering with evidence.
In their most recent video, the lawyers offer five minutes of advice on why people should refrain from cooking their weed also. Though it’s not in the form of song, the video explains that turning marijuana into edibles can result in a first-degree felony charge and even lead to life in prison.
“There are some lawyers’ commercials out there that are just so ridiculous, you wonder if somebody would take you seriously,” Harris told the Tribune-Herald. “[W]e were hoping to look like a couple of guys who are lawyers who happen to play guitar. That is what we were shooting for.”
Turns out, one one of the game’s “gyms,” which are designated spots where players can challenge one another, is located at WBC in Topeka, Kansas. For those who aren’t familiar with “Pokémon Go,” it is an augmented reality mobile game developed by Niantic that allows players to “catch” Pokemon nearby.
After users found the location, Pokémon player Pinknose took over the gym at WBC leaving a pink Clefairy named “Loveislove” as a guard.
The Westboro Baptist Church Gym is currently controlled by a Clefairy named LOVEISLOVE . ICONIC. I LOVE IT. pic.twitter.com/y4RRv5nXxT
Recognizing the user’s decision to nickname the character using the phrase commonly associated with the LGBT community, WBC retaliated by co-opting the Pokémon Jigglypuff in a message. The WBC’s Twitter account posted a Vine yesterday depicting Jigglypuff holding a “repent or perish” sign with the phrase “Pokéemon go and sin no more” above.
Since then, WBC has sent out a number of posts using different Pokémon as their spokesmen. The church has even declared “Pokémon Go”-war against the user Pinknose and appears to be getting ready to challenge the Clefairy with its own Pokémon.
The day finally came. The Big Fundamental is retiring.
After 19 seasons spent with the same team in the league, Tim Duncan has said goodbye to the San Antonio Spurs. The announcement about the five-time champion’s retirement was delivered in the most Duncan-esque way. No press conference, year-long farewell tour, articles or a letter on a sports website, but rather a simple press release and video from the Spurs organization.
YouTube user AFK Anthony posted his own mashup of the two fan-favorites on July 7, taking the footage of a “TWD” trailer and combining it with the audio from the comic-book hero movie. We get to see Rick Grimes and the crew walk their typical walk through the valley of the shadow of death but this time with some DMX playing in the background.