It is time to start the humble beginnings of a graphic business. I will be adding some of my work to show what I have done. The greatest part of SoulCandy? I’ll do the first one free!

It is time to start the humble beginnings of a graphic business. I will be adding some of my work to show what I have done. The greatest part of SoulCandy? I’ll do the first one free!

Bout to go to El Jays

O…M…G… Welcome to Warner Robins…

Evolution of rap… gta see this!

Ike Ditzenberger is like a lot of other 17-year-old American football players. He dreams of playing college football. He attends daily practices. Most of the time he toils away in offensive drills. Then, on rare occasions, Ditzenberger runs into the limelight with aplomb. The description could fit thousands of American teenagers, except for one crucial detail: Ike Ditzenberger has Down Syndrome. Ditzenberger, a junior at Snohomish (Wash.) High School, achieved a major milestone on Friday in a game against Lake Stevens, running 51 yards for a touchdown with 10 seconds remaining. The “Ike Special” provided the only points in Snohomish’s 35-6 loss. It was the first varsity touchdown in Ditzenberger’s career, a ramble through an opposing defense that mirrors the end to Snohomish practices every day, when Ditzenberger gets the final run of practice and somehow finds the end zone, through a combination of running guile and intentionally passive defenders.

"He’s someone that everybody can kind of enjoy because he has such a great personality and character," Snohomish senior captain Keith Wigney told the Everett Herald in a feature on Ditzenberger

For Ditzenberger’s feel-good story to go beyond practice to an actual competitive game took an assist from the coaching staff at Lake Stevens. The Vikings’ coaches not only instructed their players to let Ditzenberger score, but to make it look relatively competitive in the process to make the moment more real for the Snohomish junior. In the video above you can see a handful of Lake Stevens defenders make diving runs at Ditzenberger, only to come up agonizingly short. Or perhaps gleefully short, in this case.

The moment wasn’t without precedent. Lake Stevens also collaborated with Snohomish for Ditzenberger’s other touchdown, a gallop through the Vikings defense in a junior-varsity game last November.

Double Rainbow!!

Please watch the entire video… I LOST IT!! bwaaahaaa!!

Jimmy Fallon tweeted this today -“I’m all Bieber’d out!”

Jimmy Fallon tweeted this today -“I’m all Bieber’d out!”

Inspire-fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something, esp. to do something creative : [ trans. ] encourage .

Think. Decide. Protect… Love it.

they were all smiles… until lunch…

they were all smiles… until lunch…

NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY