Tuesday, 6 December 2016
Our two stylish men today show different, yet complimentary styles. Hottie on the left opts for the classic tech attire and polishes it off with nicely cropped hair and manly facial fur. Meanwhile, hottie on the right goes for a more fashion-forward appearance by wearing well-fitted jeans, a Ray Ban bedecked blazer and a scarf worthy of the finest seen in Paris!
Location: Red Line at Harvard
Imagined Professions: Left, Software Engineer; Right, Fashion Retail Sales
Monday, 5 December 2016
With interminable delays on the Red Line this morning, seemingly due to yet another dusting of snow our handsome fellow simply closes his eyes and focuses on being someplace else. Where might he be dreaming to be? Does his golden hair allude to his desire to be someplace in the warmth of the golden sun?
Location: Red Line at Harvard
Imagined Profession: Architectural Services Manager
Sunday, 4 December 2016
We're incredibly excited about the profusion of color bursting forth on the T! Here we have a dapper gentleman bedecked in the hottest of men's colors for 2017... Dazzling Blue! Just look at that tie! See how it illuminates his visage. And notice how he deftly accentuates his good looks and fine taste in style with with his brilliant white noise-cancelling headphones. And we find his shirt cuffs, which are just the right length under his sport coat sleeve, incredibly alluring.
But wait... there's more!
Opposite our fine fellow was this stunning man wearing the absolute top color for 2017... Radiant Orchid! Just look at those shades of orchid and how well they pair with our hottie's gray suit. Not only is it a fabulous color combination, but our gent is wearing the PERFECT color for the season of Advent! Oh how we'd love to see him wearing this delightful color choice in church this morning! Our apologies for not getting his face in the pic.
And a heads up... we have a most spectacular color-filled Double Tuesday in store for you!
Location: Green Line at Copley
Imagined Profession: Arts Finance Management
Saturday, 3 December 2016
Tall, trim and well trendily attired our lean handsome fellow displays a fine style for an urban lifestyle as he awaits a train towards Alewife. Cuffed jeans that fit well in all areas. Smart city boots for navigating the sidewalks of the city. Stylish yet understated jacket layered over a gray flannel sweater. He's sumptuous in every way!
Speaking of direct, our HOTT Crew was invited to try out AT&T's new DirecTV Now TV app. As we only review products for which we pay we bought the service and have the following review:
We opted for the "Go Big" lineup of approximately 110 channels being offered for a limited time at only $35 per month. We paid for the first 3 months in advance in order to qualify for the free Apple TV 4th Generation (32GB, a $149 value, and being shipped to us in 2-3 weeks). Plus, we'll be locked in at the $35 monthly price as long as we remain an active customer of the service. That amounts to a savings of $300 per year over the regular price.
And the Go Big package is $53 less per month than what we pay for a comparable package through Comcast.
AT&T DirecTV Now is available on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad, as well as on your Mac desktop or laptop. We found the interface (above) on our Apple TV rather straightforward. There is a brief learning curve for discovering and learning the different options for clicking, swiping, etc on the Apple TV remote.
Video and audio quality is superb, again much better than what we get with Comcast. We like the ease, low cost and portability of the service. You can simultaneously stream live or VoD programs to a max of 2 devices.
As this is a brand new product AT&T DirecTV Now does a fine job of clearly labeling this as a "1.0" release. There are occasional glitches, as well as not quite a full suite of VoD shows. In Boston (and many other US cities local live TV is not included (we've been using a $9 antenna to get local TV shows in HD quality for quite awhile and will continue to do that). A selection of ABC and NBC network programs are available VoD.
We like the NBC Sports channel, BBC World News, CNBC, Bloomberg, Comedy Central, CNN, MSNBC, and many more. Apparently Boston residents can watch Celtics games on Comcast SportsNet New England's TV Everywhere service. Plus there are multiple sports channels included in our Go Big package.
We think the AT&T DirecTV Now service is enjoyable, and anticipate they will make some tweaks to the system in the near future that make this a highly attractive option to getting Cable TV-style service at a fraction of the cost.
And if you would like a free Apple TV 4th Generation in time for Christmas you can't go wrong with prepaying for 3 months of the Go Big channel lineup, saving you $45 on an Apple TV alone. For more details click on these 2 article titles below:
The Verge: AT&T DirecTV Now: Everything You Want to Know
CNET: AT&T DirecTV Now Channel Lineup
Happy Streaming from the HOTT Crew
Friday, 2 December 2016
Rays of sunshine on the T from our hottie's golden hair make up for the drops of rain that descended upon us the past couple of days. Overall a very well thought out style for a man of impeccably good looks!
Location: Red Line at Central
Imagined Profession: Paralegal
Thursday, 1 December 2016
We keep finding ourselves opposite handsome hunks with thunderously gorgeous thighs. Today our handsome man spices things up with a hunter green travel bag. Masculine, fashionable and unique!
Location:Red Line at Harvard
Imagined Profession: Instructor at Suffolk Law School
Wednesday, 30 November 2016
He's our muscle man!
Location: Red Line at Park
Imagined Profession: Handy Man