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August 07, 2012 BY CAPSULESNEWS

Lil Wayne is getting out of rap game for awhile in order to fully submerge himself in his new obsession—the skateboarding lifestyle. As he puts it, "With these young kids now, you have to be about that life. Rap is taking a backseat to skateboarding." Remember when he quit rap to be a rockstar? K Weezy. [HUH.]

Magazines are taking another big hit as the numbers roll in for single-copy newsstand sales for the first half of 2012. Vogue and Vanity Fair reported some of the worst declines, with sales down nearly 20%, but many other titles were not far behind. [WWD]

The New York menswear shop Odin is heading into the big leagues this fall, as it becomes one of the newest installments of The Shops At Target. Check out this behind-the-scenes video at the lookbook shoot. [Esquire]

It was bound to happen sometime. Zero Dark Thirty, a movie detailing the hunt to find Osama Bin Laden, is due out in December, but you can check out the teaser trailer here. [Hypebeast]

Mr. Porter goes behind the Mackintosh brand this week with a video that shows the history behind the iconic Mackintosh coat and how the designers put everything together. [Mr. Porter]

Nike is synonymous with highly successful sportswear technology, and they did not disappoint with this edition of the Olympic Games. Crane.tv got an inside look on just what the athletes are wearing this season. [Selectism]

Okay, we've seen enough Olympic highlight reels to last a lifetime by now. In an effort to rescue us from all the sentimental inspiration, Mashable put together the 11 greatest Olympic fails of all time. [Mashable]