Wednesday, February 25, 2015

1966 Ad, Supp-hose Socks for Men, with Endorsement from Baseball Legend Willie Mays

1966 Ad, Supp-hose Socks for Men, with Endorsement from Baseball Legend Willie Mays

A few nice celebrity kids images I found:

1966 Ad, Supp-hose Socks for Men, with Endorsement from Baseball Legend Willie Mays celebrity kids
Image by classic_film Vintage 1965 men's fashion advertisement for Supp-hose Socks, featuring baseball legend Willie Mays (b. May 6, 1931). Tagline: "When this man puts on a shirt and tie, he puts on Supp-hose Socks." Advert text: "Willie Mays chose Supp-hose for his dress sock because of the style and comfort of its patented two-way rib. The 'Say Hey Kid' himself says, "What other sock can me look as good as I feel?" Bit of bio on Mays, via Wikipedia: Willie Howard Mays, Jr. (born May 6, 1931), nicknamed "The Say Hey Kid" is an American former professional baseball player who spent the majority of his Major League Baseball (MLB) career as a center fielder with the New York and San Francisco Giants before finishing with the New York Mets. He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1979, his first year of eligibility. Mays won two MVP awards and shares the record of most All-Star Games played (24) with Hank Aaron & Stan Musial. Ted Williams said, "They invented the All-Star Game for Willie Mays." Mays ended his career with 660 home runs, third at the time of his retirement, and currently fourth all-time. He was a center fielder and won a record-tying 12 Gold Gloves starting the year the award was introduced six seasons into his career. Willie Mays' career statistics and longevity in the pre-PED era, the more recent acknowledgement of Mays as perhaps the finest five-tool player ever, and the overwhelming consensus of many surveys and other expert analyses carefully examining Mays' relative performance have led to a growing opinion that Mays was possibly the greatest all-around baseball player of all-time. *********** Published in Ebony magazine, October 1966 - Vol 21, No. 12 Fair use/no known copyright. If you use this photo, please provide attribution credit; not for commercial use (see Creative Commons license).

Day 28 Occupy Wall Street Tom Morello 2011 Shankbone 2 celebrity kids
Image by david_shankbone Day 28 of Occupy Wall Street - Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine plays Zuccotti Park. October 13, 2011 . David Shankbone Good Magazine: The (Un)Official Occupy Wall Street Photographer's 15 Favorite Frames The Occupy Wall Street Creative Commons Project Day 1 September 17 Photos - Preoccupation and Occupation Begins Day 2 September 18 Photos - People settle in; cardboard sign menage begins Day 3 September 19 Photos - Community forms; protest signs Day 7 September 23 Photos - First rain, protest signs, life Day 8 September 24 Photos - Pepper spray day, Zuni Tikka, people Day 9 September 25 Photos Day 12 September 28 Photos Day 14 September 30 Photos Day 16 October 2 Photos Day 17 October 3 Photos Day 20 October 5 Photos Day 21 October 6 Photos - Naomi Klein Day 23 October 8 - Faces of OWS Day 28 October 13 - Tom Morello of RATM Day 31 - protesting Chihuahua and The Daily Show Day 36 - Parents and Kids Day and quite a crowd Day 40 - protesting hotties, Reverend Billy and tents Day 43 Photos - Snow storm at OWS of the first NYC winter snowfall Day 47 - Solidarity with Occupy Oakland Day 50 November 5 Day 52 November 7 - Jonathan Lethem, Lynn Nottage and Jennifer Egan Day 53 November 8 - David Crosby and Graham Nash play OWS Day 57 November 12 - Former NJ Gov. Jim McGreevey Day 60 November 15 - Police evict protesters from Zuccotti Occupy Colorado Springs Colorado on November 20 Do you want to see the Occupy Wall Street series laid out thematically? Click here

the celebrity machine celebrity kids
Image by debaird̢㢠I actually find this whole story very, very sad. Her poor kids are taking the brunt of all her craziness. But this seems to be part of the deal when fame strikes early in life.