We internet types don't always condone the idea of waking up at the crack of dawn on Black Friday for some mad dash holiday shopping, but if there was ever a product we'd wait in line for, this might just be it. Starting this Friday, November 26, Nike will be selling its brand new Dunk 6.0 DeLorean shoe, modeled after what is perhaps the most iconic movie car of all time, the DMC 12 from Back to the Future. Our favorite stainless steel sports car has been reinterpreted in the form of this seriously sweet pair of kicks, featuring a matte silver, no sew constructed upper body. The shoe's sole mimics the DMC 12's 80's tastic taillights, and there's even a Belfast stamp on the tongue, giving a hat tip to the Irish factory where John Z's machines were originally produced. It even comes in a gullwing inspired box. 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Because horses are banned from most of the route, the trails and meadows are still in good shape, despite the number of hikers. The Timberline Trail circling Mount Hood is probably the most famous footpath in the state. Guidebooks describing the finest hiking trails in the nation often include this spectacular route, so Oregonians must share the trail with people from all over the country (and even international travelers). Even before the official trail was built by CCC workers in the 1930s, this round the mountain tour had many admirers and justifiably so. The mountain views are stunning, wildflowers choke the meadows, and exceptional side trips abound. The enormous trail population is dominated by dayhikers, who have access to every corner of the mountain. The Forest Service is currently proposing to restrict the numbers of hikers and campsites an unfortunate but probably necessary step. Because horses are banned from most of the route, the trails and meadows are still in good shape, despite the number of hikers. Second day crossed the Eliot drainage which is officially "closed" due to a washout in 2006 and hazardous conditions. There seems to be no enforcement of this closure and many groups are crossing. The safest, and my recommended way, around the washout is to follow the climbers trail along a ridge leading to Coopers spur (south side of drainage), just below the glacier is a trail leading down into the basin, take this and cross the basin (there will be little to no water flow here) to the north side and follow the climbers trail on the north side back down towards Cloud Cap where you will rejoin the 600 trail below the treeline. Allow an additional 1.5 to 2 hours. Alternately (much more hazardous) you may follow the climbers trail on the south side of the Elliot eastward towards Cloud Cap; just above the treeline you will come across a "trail" traversing across the steep scree slope down into the drainage. Before descending, look across to the scree slope on the north side where you will see a trail ascending to the top of the ridge (climbers trail); this will be your route. On day three we elected not to take the 600 trail from the PCT intersection to Ramona falls; the trail is washed out below the Muddy Fork of the Sandy. We instead took the PCT to Ramona falls. Fill up with water in the creek just after crossing the Sandy river if you plan on continuing to Paradise Park; this is a long climb with along the way until you reach Paradise. There is water and many great campsites here. back to T line on day 4 Feel free to contact me if you have questions. The trail had been washed out in many places by landslides and floods, and the one bridge over the largest river was gone along with much of the trail nearby. other than that, the directions from Backpacking Oregon were very helpful. Much of the trail is shaded and below the treeline, though between cloud cap and timberline it reaches 7300 feet and was often lost in snowfields. through much rock hopping, we managed to avoid wading across all rivers but one, "coe creek", which was quite intimidating. We were on the trail in mid july, and it seems august would be a better month with lower water, though the wildflowers might not be as plentiful or the weather as cool. I love this trail. It was very well marked and easy to follow. Beautiful scenery the entire trip. I hiked it in four days. There is a lot of elevation change throughout the entire hike. A lot of canyons and good size streams that have to be crossed. Some streams you have to walk up about 50ft before you can find a place to cross at. There were plenty of nice campsites with fire pits and logs to sit on. Campsites were well spaced out except at Elk Cove. Plenty of places to get fresh water at(streams) except above the timberline. That is about 3hrs of hiking above the timberline. When it is clear you can see for miles. There are a lot of viewpoints of the top of Mt. Hood. The trail crosses above Meadows Ski Lodge and the ski trails. I understood why they called that place Meadows. The runs are all huge meadows of different flowers during the summer. Very beautiful scenery the entire trip. I highly recommend this trail. Well laid out trail affords fantastic views of Mt. Hood, surrounding peaks and brilliant fields of wildflowers. My trip in late July was a bit early, lots of snow and trees down. This was comfortably done in 4 days/3 nights, with lots of ups and downs. Carry water shoes! Campsite described in guide at Rushing Waters is a beautiful (but illegal) site. Camp at Elk Meadows was my favorite. Head toward the shelter, just right after crossing log bridge on Meadows perimeter trail. Detour around Bald Mountain, to avoid Muddy Water washout is in good shape, but is mostly in the forest and has lots of elevation loss and gain. 308497 015 Air Jordan IV 4 Retro Isaiah Doernbecher DB Charty John Forbes Nash was really smart. He was also really, really crazy. When he wasn't working on the concept of governing dynamics, he was having hallucinations of Paul Bettany, seeing hidden messages in newspapers and getting recruited by Ed Harris to break codes for the government, all while running from Russian spies. Which is even weirder when you find out all of that shit happened in his head. "On your mark. Get set. Crazy!" The hallucinations became more frequent and, as hallucinations are prone to do, they drove him batshit insane. Fortunately, his loving wife stood by him, Nash committed to a medication regiment and, over time, learned to ignore his hallucinations just in time to win the Nobel Prize in Economics and Crazy in 1994. There's no denying Nash was both brilliant and afflicted with a bad case of the crazies. But filmmaker Ron Howard was widely criticized for glossing over the life of Nash as well as making up the whole "seeing people who weren't really there" thing. Nash did hear voices, but that's it his hallucinations were entirely auditory. "Mr. Howard, 'auditory' doesn't mean he put shoes on his hands, it OK, you don't care." The movie completely ignores the fact that John and his wife divorced in 1963, just six years after being married, and never got remarried until 2001 (in addition to the whole insanity thing, the fact that the real Nash dabbled in boning dudes probably didn't help their marriage either). The film also manages to not mention his anti Semitism, which the real Nash says must have been a side effect of his illness. At the end of the film, Nash mentions to a friend that he is taking new medication, and he makes a heartfelt speech dedicated to his wife when he accepts his Nobel Prize. The truth, however, is that both of those things were complete fabrications. Nash stopped taking any medication in 1970, and his continued instability probably in large part due to that refusal to take medication led to his not being allowed to make an acceptance speech for fear that he might whip out his dick and start screaming racial slurs at imaginary Jews. So while the real Nash probably wouldn't have made the best protagonist of a Ron Howard film, we're definitely adding him to our list of "Celebrities Who Need to Get on Twitter." The opening voiceover in Remember the Titans tells us (in a line they totally stole from James Van der Beek) that in Virginia, football is life. And in Alexandria in 1971, football and real life issues came crashing together when two high schools merged to form TC Williams, the first integrated school in the city. At first there was racial tension between the white players and the black players, particularly when a black coach who liked to stomp around and scowl a lot (naturally, because he's played by Denzel Washington) was given the head coaching job while the white coach was demoted to a subservient role. Sometimes racial tension looks like two dudes ready to kiss each other. But thanks to competitive spirit, a rockin' 70s soundtrack and the good natured obesity of Ethan Suplee, the team found racial harmony just in time to overcome every Southern stereotype in the book on its way to a dramatic run to the Virginia State Championship. While TC Williams was in fact the product of several schools in Alexandria merging together to form one big behemoth of a high school, it didn't exactly play out the way it's portrayed in the movie. The key difference being the tiny little fact that TC Williams was formed and integrated six years before the movie takes place. And though there was racial tension originally, by the time the championship season rolled around it had mostly subsided. No one protested on the first day of school, and while there were heated exchanges in practice, according to the actual players and coaches it was based purely on position battles, and not race. The whole dramatic run in the middle of the night leading to Denzel's even more dramatic speech about Gettysburg? Yep, totally fabricated. Despite what Denzel tried to tell us in a big pregame speech in the movie, TC Williams wasn't the only school that had been dealing with some of the racial issues of the day. The Titans weren't, as he declares, the only integrated team in their league. In real life, every single team in TC Williams' league was integrated by the 1971 season. And what about the big climactic game, where the Titans have to overcome the better team and pull out a ridiculous 80 yard reverse for a touchdown to win? That really happened, right? Actually, they won in a rout, trouncing their opponent 27 0. In fact, no one put up much of a fight all year for the Titans, who cruised to the championship and finished the year ranked number two nationally. Apparently, watching a team hand out an ass stomping just isn't "cinematic" enough for Disney. Obviously they hadn't seen the sports genre's Citizen Kane, a little film called Rocky III. In the midst of the American civil rights movement of the 1960s, a trio of freedom riders made their way along the back roads of Mississippi where, as you might expect on the back roads of Mississippi, they encounter members of the Ku Klux Klan. Needless to say, the Klan members which included a police officer are less than cordial to the boys, promptly forcing them off the road and murdering them without provocation. "Y'know, those poor bastards probably never saw it coming." Enter Willem Dafoe, a by the book FBI Agent (you can tell he's by the book because wears glasses); and Gene Hackman, a guy who thinks that the only way to get the job done is to grab and punch as many nuts as possible. Soon enough, Dafoe learns that Hackman justice is the only justice that works and the boys secure victory over the racist Klan, putting the murderers behind bars one nut shot at a time. "That's all the balls, there are no more balls, you punched all of the balls!" The tragic story of the three murdered freedom riders is, sadly, very real. In the film, upon learning of this tragic event, Dafoe asks for more manpower and the FBI quickly obliges, sending hundreds of agents to help bring the killers to justice. The real life J. Edgar Hoover, while under pressure from LBJ to bring the murderers to justice thanks to a surprising amount of national attention, still wasn't so much inclined to offer up so much help. You see, in addition to thinking that frilly things made him look pretty, Hoover also thought that the Civil Rights movement was a load of Communist bullshit and wasn't worth the full power of the federal government. Initially, he sent just 11 agents to the town, and not the hundreds depicted in the film. In the film, the FBI agents swarm into the city hell bent on finding the killers and preventing any further violence; but in reality most of them simply couldn't give less of a shit. Allegedly, the members of the FBI and Justice Department only intervened when absolutely necessary, and in some cases they supposedly stood by while beatings took place right in front of them. Your tax dollars at work, folks!
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