Surfers feel pollution. It’s that simple.
“I think it is very disrespectful,” she told the publication. “They’ve put a lookalike in the video. It really brings back a lot of trauma for everybody who has been attacked by a shark. Some families have had fatalities and some people are still absolutely scarred without limbs. It’s disrespectful to them and Mick is not at all happy with that.”
With his otherwordly skills and seeming superglue under his feet, fans of John John Florence (HAW) have long wondered if he has surfing super-powers. Finally, their questions have been answered: In a joint ad for the Samsung Galaxy S6 and blockbuster film The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the Hawaiian is summoned for reasons unknown. A metal box lands on the beach, and he learns he’s a match with Avengers hero Thor, for “his godly courage and godly hair.”
Joining Florence in the mission — ahem, TV ad — are other luminaries from a range of disciplines: American football player Eddie Lacy, mechanical engineer Sasha Blanc, Swiss cyclist Fabian Cancellara, and a surprise final addition to the crew.
Pro-surfer Alana Blanchard undertakes her most dangerous mission yet. However you got to say the bikini wearing secret agent Alana on a mission to stop the haters for T-Mobile Sony Xperia ad has our attention.