Nuge’s Shoe release party at the Echo

By: | Friday, January 28, 2011 //

Posted by: John Bradford

Last night in Los Angeles, Circa Combat threw the Nuge a party at the Echo to commemorate the release of his first pro model shoe. It was somwhat of a media frenzy, but I managed to walk around the crowd and put an annoying flash in a few people’s faces. Flicks from the evening below:


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  • Arlene

    They probably are the same sort of pelope who need’ a tank as family car. I’ve started feeling more sympathetic to such pelope since acquiring my own carseat, nappy bag, pram, toys, books, food supplies and portacot for any trip that may take more than a coupla hours. Carseats, for example, are now designed with the assumption of a family tank, and they take up most of the backseat in a smaller car. If I hadn’t been dead set against such things before I had a kid, and clear in my reasoning against them, I’d be thinking a new Hummer was a good idea right about now. If I hadn’t been dead set against gear’ I’d have more of it to tote around with the kid, and the need for a larger car would be more extreme. Because cleverly arranging all of that one handed into a seat on the tram, or the boot of a small car, is a bit more than most of us are prepared to take on a regular basis.In much the same way, if I hadn’t been well educated about why breastfeeding is promoted. If I hadn’t seen my younger sister and my cousins breastfed and accepted that as normal (in addition to having a really good lactation consultant make it work for us) I’d have given it up. There are a lot of pelope who become parents without engaging in either lactivism or the environmental movement. They’re (not necessarily) stupid though, and they know smug when they hear it, it get’s their backs up. Slagging them off without explaining why you want it to be easier to breastfeed, to get around with a baby without a car or with a small car, and why your kids will thank you later if you recycle now is pretty unproductive.

  • Lorraine

    Awesome.I cant wait to get a copy of the magazaine.your reivew seems to be one with passion, finally zambians are doing it and doing it exceptionally may it live up to the expectations you have set for it.