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The XUPERMASK describes itself as “Modern Technology For The Modern World.” Will.i.am, a futurist, music maker, songwriter, singer, and entrepreneur, has concocted a production that is a little more realistic than his option of performative couture. The XUPERMASK is a solution to the daily challenges of face masks, thanks to costume designer Jose Fernandez.
The $299 face mask, which comes in two models, is designed to change the way we communicate with one another when wearing a mask, as well as the way the mask communicates with the user. XUPERMASK elevates the face mask to the same level as sneakers, putting it on shelves as a must-have item.
Simply put, we need to wear masks like we’ve been wearing shoes our whole lives due to circumstances. To Jim Cramer, host of CNBC’s Mad Money, Will says, “We’ve long looked at shoes as defensive gear, but they’re just cultural things that we go out and buy.”
Will.i.am collaborated on the face mask’s industrial design with Honeywell, an industrial production and engineering company. Jose Fernandez, who has worked on costumes for Batman and X-Men, specifically the masks on Spiderman, Tron, and the Black Panther characters, as well as sculpture work for the cult classic Gremlins, dressed Will and his band Black Eyed Peas for Super Bowl XLV in 2011. Will and Jose found the perfect balance of tech and wearability, fashion and function with Honeywell.
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In 2005 and 2007, Jose Fernandez earned his B.A. and M.A. in English from Northeastern Illinois University. In 2012, he earned his Ph.D. in English from Northern Illinois University. His research interests include American literature from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as well as American literary naturalism, African American literature, and Latinx literature. MELUS (Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States) Journal, The Journal of American Drama, and Theatre Courses are only a few of Professor Fernandez’s publications. Educated AAS 281 Literature of the Black World; ENG 300 Short Story; ENG 346 African American Fiction; ENG 532 Literature and Place; ENG 536 Critical and Theoretical Movements in Literary Studies; ENG 540 Literary Traditions and Infl.
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With rumors spreading on social media about a suspicious Uber driver and recent student abductions, local cops arrested a man after he reportedly took a woman home and then kicked down the door to her off-campus apartment after she refused to let him in.
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According to booking reports, Jose Fernandez, 48, of St. Gabriel, was arrested Tuesday night for unlawful entry into an occupied building.
According to an arrest report prepared by the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, the victim told deputies that Fernandez took her home to her apartment on Ben Hur Road one night last week. According to the study, he then knocked on her door several minutes after she had gone inside and refused to leave despite her yelling at him. According to deputies, he eventually kicked down the door and stormed the apartment, but left when he realized her roommate was present. A photo of Fernandez, his name, and vehicle details from the Uber app were given to deputies by the victim. Deputies also spoke with the roommate, who said he saw the break-in, and the apartment manager, who said the door had been knocked off its hinges and needed to be repaired. After deputies were unable to reach Fernandez, a warrant was released for his arrest.
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After several years with the Blue Jays, Fernandez was claimed off waivers by the Tigers this offseason, but a brief stint with the Tigers in April and May yielded unappealing results. On May 9th, Fernandez was optioned to Toledo after allowing 7 earned runs in 3.2 big league innings. In 14 major league innings dating back to last season, the 26-year-old Dominican has an even 9.00 ERA.
Fernandez has had much better luck preventing runs in Toledo this season, with a 3.90 ERA in 27 2/3 innings. With Detroit’s top affiliate, he has only managed 5.86 K/9 to 4.23 BB/9.
The late Jose Fernandez would have been eligible for free agency this offseason, a possibility that Jayson Stark of The Athletic explores (subscription required) in an excellent tribute to the former Marlins ace. Over 471 1/3 innings with Miami from 2013 to 2016, Fernandez established himself as perhaps the best young pitcher in baseball, and he would have hit free agency as a 26-year-old, the same age as Bryce Harper and Manny Machado this winter. Agent Scott Boras had dreams of a $400 million offer for Fernandez if he had maintained his dominant pace. Even though Fernandez was coming off Tommy John surgery, Miami had already offered him a contract extension prior to the 2015 season, and he turned down the $40.7MM in guaranteed money to bet on himself — an indication of Fernandez’s self-confidence, which had both positive and negative consequences during his career. Stark’s piece contains memories of the star right-hander from a wide variety of former teammates, coaches, and Marlins personnel, who had already become a Miami baseball icon at the time of his tragic death on September 25, 2016.