Who you gonna call?

On February 24, 2014, in press, by True Feel

Today was a sad day for a lot of people as a comedic hero passed away. Harold died at 12:53 a.m. in his home from complications from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels that began in 2010.

Harold leaves behind a formidable list of achievements, with writing credits on amazing and memorable comedies like “National Lampoon’s Animal House”, “Stripes”, and “Ghostbusters” (as Egon), plus such directing some other comedy classics like “Caddyshack”, “National Lampoon’s Vacation”, “Groundhog Day”, “Analyze This”, and “Analyze That.” He most recently directed some episodes of NBC’s “The Office” which is one of our favorite shows of all time.

It’s sad to see such great people pass, but in this case, he will always be around with his unforgettable works.

In honor of a legend…

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truefeel, tf, streetwear, harold ramis, ghostbusters, groundhog day, animal house, stripes, meatballs, knocked up, multiplicity, analyse this, analyze that, rest in peace

truefeel, tf, streetwear, harold ramis, ghostbusters, groundhog day, animal house, stripes, meatballs, knocked up, multiplicity, analyse this, analyze that, rest in peace

truefeel, tf, streetwear, harold ramis, ghostbusters, groundhog day, animal house, stripes, meatballs, knocked up, multiplicity, analyse this, analyze that, rest in peace

Harold Ramis, RIP.

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Ink > Chocolate

On February 14, 2014, in press, by True Feel

We really love all of our fans, and our fans really love us too. Chocolate is a great way to show your love, but diamonds ink is forever.

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Happy Valentine’s Day.

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Dumb Starbucks

On February 13, 2014, in press, by True Feel

On Sunday, comedian Nathan Fielder opened up a parody shop of Starbucks in Silver Lake, Los Angeles. He called it “Dumb Starbucks” and was able to do so under the same parody law that allows Wierd Al to produce all the music he does. As long as he’s “making fun” of it..it’s totally cool. To avoid health code and permits, they opened up shop as an “art gallery” and the coffee was the “art.”

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Everything on the menu was just like your typical Starbucks, except dumber…
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From the employee apparel
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Down to the cups
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Even the music was pretty dumb.
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This was a great way to have fun with the big guys and remind them that people like to have fun with business and it doesn’t have to always be so serious. This location (the first and only) has since been shutdown by the Los Angeles Health Department, but since it’s registered as an “art gallery” and not “food.” Since when does an art gallery need a health permit?

Oh well, it was funny while it lasted.

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