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  • A Guide to Losing Your Hair (But Not Your Style)

    Effortless Gent
    Phillip Paoletta
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hey Gents, Today, we’re addressing a topic some of you may have experience with: going bald. Apparently, 40% of males in their mid-thirties have experienced some degree of noticeable hair loss. If you’re in this group and you think you’re alone, you’re not. Our guest author today is Phillip Paoletta. He’ll go over dealing with hair loss, ways to own it, and how to design your style with your hair situation in mind. Take it away, Phillip… Going bald was once the first step on the path to Rogaine or a glorified toupee. Things have changed. More than ever…
  • Four habits that can damage our eyes

    Blog For Man
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:26 pm
    Eye is one of the organs of the human body are very important. Eyes give something that can not be disclosed because it has great functionality. However, when we close our eyes for only five minutes and try to do the activity, how precious a pair of eyes in the darkness will be felt. This is the importance of maintaining eye.Contact lens. Health disorders of the eye can indeed be triggered certain diseases. However, eye irritation can be triggered by simple things that unwittingly has become a daily habit, like lazy to change lenses. Contact lenses can indeed be a practical solution…
  • Turn Your Disposable Lighter Into a Pocket Torch

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    Mike Newman
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:25 am
    You know those cheap lighters you pick up from the register at the gas station? Well, they can do more than just light up a few Marlboros. With the Soto Pocket Torch, any one of those disposable lighters can be turned into a powerful little torch that can crank out a 2,300-degree blue flame. And despite what you might think, using the Soto Pocket Torch actually increases the lifespan of your throw-away by about 60%. No longer regulated to just lighting smokes, ...
  • 4 Ways to Break Out of a Style Rut

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    Kyle Ingham
    10 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Huckberry endeavors to inspire more active, adventurous, and stylish lives through exclusive sales, original story-telling, and unique experiences. Join now and see why readers say we’re the “best damn email” in their inbox. Hey Gents, First off, it’s true, Huckberry has one of the best damn emails out there. I’ve subscribed to a bunch of stuff over the years, but Huckberry’s is one that I look forward to every week. Make sure to check them out if you haven’t already. (You should see a sweet landing page made especially for EG readers.) This…
  • Bracelets: Yea or Nay? (Plus a chance to win a few of your own)

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    Barron
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hey Gents, I was in Portland last weekend for the World Domination Summit. I’ve attended this conference the last three or four years, and every time, the weather’s been incredible, which I hear isn’t always the case in the Pacific Northwest. Perfectly sunny, the right amount of warmth with perhaps a touch of humidity, but not so much that you refuse to step outside. The weather, coupled with the casual vibe of the event, allowed me to wear singular layers and lightweight shirts (some with short sleeves), something I can hardly ever do in the eternally foggy city of San Francisco.
 
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    The Art of Manliness

  • The Anatomy of Etiquette: How to Be an Old School Gentleman From Head to Toe

    Brett & Kate McKay
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:20 pm
    Editor’s note: There are a lot of ways to categorize the rules of etiquette: business, dinner, conversational, and so on. One of my favorite old etiquette books included another, most clever method: by your anatomy. In Esquire Etiquette, which was published in 1954 in Great Britain, there’s a section that breaks down a man’s essential manners by body part. It’s a little long, but a cheeky and very enjoyable read. And while some of the advice is quite old fashioned (not many men today wear a hat they can alternately tip and lift), much of it still remains relevant for…
  • The AoM 500,000 Facebook Fans Saddleback Leather Giveaway

    Brett & Kate McKay
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:15 pm
    A few days ago, we reached 500,000 Facebook fans on the Art of Manliness Facebook page. To say thank you to all our loyal fans for helping us reach this milestone, we’ve teamed up with the good folks at Saddleback Leather Company for a giveaway of epic proportions. If you aren’t familiar with Saddleback products, visit their site and take a look around. Their stuff is ruggedly handsome and built to last. Here’s what is up for grabs in this giveaway: Grand Prize: Thin Briefcase, Notepad Holder, and Bifold Wallet The first name we draw will win this amazing prize package worth…
  • A Man’s Guide to Swimwear

    Antonio
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:18 pm
    For most of human history, recreational swimming was done naked. Our 26th president, Teddy Roosevelt himself, often took nude plunges into the Potomac. And men’s high school and college swim teams would even train in the nude well into the 20th century. Men’s swimsuits of the past were modest, full-body deals, that could be knitted for you by Aunt Myrtle. Outside of all-male groups, men were expected to cover up. Clothing that one wore specifically for swimming was firstly a modesty garment, and a practical garment second. Swimsuit regulations were the strictest in the U.S. in…
  • The Challenge Response: How Stress Can Be Good for You

    Brett & Kate McKay
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:28 pm
    this story is brought to you by vapor-distilled smartwater, who found unique inspiration for their water by looking up to the sky. we hope the change in perspective this piece offers will help inspire you. Pick up any health magazine or visit any wellness website and you’re bound to see headlines like: “10 Ways to Eliminate Stress!” “How Stress Is Killing You (and Your Sex Drive!)” “25 Secrets for a Stress Free Work Day!” And if you were to catalog modern consumer goods, you’d find that many are designed to reduce stress and increase comfort: central heating and air…
  • The Health Benefits of Cold Showers [VIDEO]

    Brett
    21 Jul 2014 | 4:27 pm
    If you enjoyed today’s post on the surprising benefits of stress, and want to start intentionally adding some healthy stress to your life, a regular cold shower is a great place to start. Here’s a video that covers the many benefits of this mind-steeling, body-rejuvenating habit. For more on cold showers, check out this post on showering like James Bond. Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Edited by Jordan Crowder
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  • Introducing | Tracksmith

    Jean Baak
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:40 am
    Tracksmith, a New England-based running company, has created a successful agenda offering premium performance apparel fused with style and comfort. Tracksmith aims to provide runners with the cool confidence and convenience to stay focused on the sport… and away from tucking wet shirt-ends inside the waistbands of their shorts. The cultured collection emphasizes athlete’s choice, featuring four contrasting pieces in distinct colors such as navy, olive, crimson and more. The prices range from $35-$90 under consideration of the apparels’ luxurious Swiss 2:09 Mesh (Van…
  • Red Bull TV to Host Lollapalooza Livestream

    Jean Baak
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:43 am
    Lollapalooza: a [glorious] mouthful. And that’s what you’re promised – more than a hundred artists burning up five different stages in three days time. A lot can happen in seventy-two hours; no amount of SPF will prepare you for it. Thousands of sweat-soaked bodies brushing against each other, shuffling, crowd-surfing, moshing in a pit, falling head over the other in love because you finally found that one person who loves The Kooks as much as you do if not a little less. You’re the #1 fan. Obviously. If you won’t attend this year’s festival because the…
  • Become a Part of Heineken’s Latest Social Experiment

    Atif Kazmi
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:02 am
    Brought to you by Heineken What if a payphone suddenly rang as you walked by? Would you answer it? In this video from Heineken, comedian Fred Armisen anonymously calls a payphone across the street from the Comedy Cellar in NYC. Those brave enough to answer the call and accept his invite to “walk across the street” were rewarded with a legendary night of comedy. To answer the call for yourself, head over to RoutineInterruptions.com, where you can leave your phone number for a chance to become part of this social experiment. Heineken will invite thousands, who enter and are of legal…
  • NIGHTCRAWLER Official Trailer

    Atif Kazmi
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:37 am
    From Open Road Films comes NIGHTCRAWLER starring Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. “Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut-throat, dangerous realm of nightcrawling — where each police siren wail equals a possible windfall and victims are converted into dollars and cents.” Rene Russo also stars as Nina, a local TV news veteran. NIGHTCRAWLER hits theaters October 17th. The post NIGHTCRAWLER Official Trailer…
  • GLOBE-TROTTER for Turnbull & Asser Luggage

    Jean Baak
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:01 am
    Look out for heritage brands Globe-Trotter and Turnbull & Asser as they redefine traveling priorities with a set of limited-edition luxury cases. The collaboration between the British brands presents iconic cases with original designs like the 18″ or 21″ cabin-friendly sizes lined with Turnbull & Asser’s delectable blue gingham, two-fold 120 poplin fabric – sentimental inspiration from previous sartorial collections. More than simple good looks, the exclusive case includes a sturdy fibreboard exterior and clean leather trim held together by lightweight…
 
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    Uncrate

  • Defender Smart Protection Device

    25 Jul 2014 | 10:26 am
    Our phones are incredibly capable devices — but instead of improving personal safety, they tend to serve as targets for thieves and other nefarious types. The Defender Smart Protection Device...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Garb: Left Coast

    25 Jul 2014 | 9:32 am
    Rogue Territory Work Shirt ($220). Acne Studios Jeans ($200). A.P.C. Vintage Jersey Crew Sweater ($135). Nike for J.Crew Killshot 2 Sneakers ($70). Apolis Washed Linen Pocket Square ($32). Miansai Trice...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Soto Pocket Torch

    25 Jul 2014 | 7:59 am
    Anyone who's ever played around with a cheap, translucent, disposable lighter knows that you can crank the thing up to deliver ridiculously large flames by simply removing the metal cap...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Revolutionary Pizza

    25 Jul 2014 | 7:49 am
    Despite what the big pizza chains might have you believe, it's a way more versatile food than the standard sauce, cheese, and meat formula would have you believe. With the...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Postalco Jogging Wallet

    25 Jul 2014 | 7:21 am
    No one wants to haul around a big, clunky wallet when they go for a run — it's uncomfortable, annoying, and unnecessary. But with the Postalco Jogging Wallet, you can...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
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    Modern Gentleman's Blog

  • Bruce Zuckerman: The Wingtip Custom Shirt

    Bruce Zuckerman
    23 Jul 2014 | 4:27 pm
    The custom shirt is one of the hallmarks of well dressed gentlemen. And although styles, fabrics, and tastes change as time passes and generations evolve, the custom shirt remains one of the affordable pleasures that will enhance a man’s wardrobe. The great benefit to the custom shirt is, simply, that it is made to match what the wearer wants–not what the ready-to-wear manufacturer has decided what the shirt will look like–regardless of price and label. You choose the style for every key element of a fine shirt, not merely the collar and cuffs, but the pocket, the front and…
  • New For Summer: Orlebar Brown Swim Trunks

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:28 pm
    We are very excited to introduce a line of swimwear. Orlebar Brown trunks are designed in London, and may be best known for kitting out a certain James Bond [at left], but you don’t have to be Daniel Craig to look great in these trunks. They are based on a “17-piece pattern of traditional men’s trousers,” which means the fit will keep you looking your best from brunch to the pool. We’ll defer to Orlebar Brown for the details: “Made from quick-drying 100% polyamide sourced from France, all the zips and side fasteners are from Italy and are then manufactured…
  • Earn 10% Back With Wingtip Rewards

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    17 Jul 2014 | 8:37 pm
    It’s worth reminding everyone during the Risk / Reward sale that, while Wingtip Rewards Points are not redeemable for sale merchandise, you do, however, accrue points when you purchase sale merchandise. Not sure what Wingtip Rewards Points are? Here are the basics: Wingtip Rewards is a generous and straightforward loyalty program whereby every purchase earns you 10% back in store credit on a future purchase. * For example, spend $250 today, and in 30 days, you’ll have $25 in store/web credit to spend any way you’d like. If you’ve already made a purchase at Wingtip, then…
  • New Scotch Malt Whisky Society single malts

    Ami
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    The Club just received its second shipment of whiskies from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society, and as always, their names will pique your curiosity. You Gotta Love This One Watching the Monaco Grand Prix from a Roof Terrace Clean and Innocent Sticky Apricot Tarts at an Indian Market (23 Year) Thai Noodle Stir Fry Peat Smoke Infused Peach Posset (4 Year) These whiskies are available exclusively to members of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society, and to members of the Club at Wingtip by the dram.   The post New Scotch Malt Whisky Society single malts appeared first on Modern Gentleman's Blog.
  • July’s Wine Club Selections

    Ami
    5 Jul 2014 | 6:37 pm
    Members of Wingtip’s Wine Clubs (1 Bottle or 2 Bottle) received some fantastic Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir this month. The Club’s Wine Director, Christina Sports, wrote up the following notes about the wines. One Bottle Club Flowers Sea View Ridge Pinot Noir 2011 Long regarded as one of the pioneers of high elevation coastal Pinot Noir, Flowers has demonstrated over the years that the vineyards in this remote corner of Sonoma Coast can produce wonderfully aromatic and expressive Pinot Noir, and are also greatly structured, which allow for great aging potential. The recently-anointed…
 
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  • Sense Sleep Tracker

    werd.com
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:54 am
    How interested are you in your own sleep data? If there answer is somewhere between somewhat and super, the Sense sleep tracker will be useful. It tracks your sleep patterns as well as info about your sleeping environment: noise, light, temp & humidity giving you plenty of info about why you’re feeling so tired/rerfeshed. It also works as an alarm clock. A funded Kickstarter project. For purchase information, Click Here
  • 2015 Porsche Cayenne

    werd.com
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:47 am
    Remember the Porsche Cayenne? Well, it appears Porsche finally has, too. For the release of four new Cayenne models, they’ve updated the front-end & rear-end styling and ditched the base model for 2015, offering an upgraded Cayenne Diesel, the Cayenne S, a new S E-Hybrid and the top-of-the-line Cayenne Turbo. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Samsung UHD S9 105-Inch Curved 4K TV

    werd.com
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:37 am
    Upon its debut at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Samsung’s 105-inch curved-screen 4K UHD TV became the biggest & sharpest TV of its kind available. While most 4K displays offer a 16:9 aspect ratio & 8 million pixels clarity, this one boasts a 21:9 aspect & 11 million pixels for brighter, clearer images. Now it can be yours for an insane price. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger

    werd.com
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:22 am
    Plug your Flux Capacitor car charger into the lighter socket and your passenger might think your Prius is going to drive them Back to the Future. It actually won’t but it will charge two USB devices at once. For purchase information, Click Here
  • The Age of Innocence. Football in the 1970s

    werd.com
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:47 pm
    In the US, soccer has never been more popular than it is today (we checked). But back in the 70s it was much cooler. This book gives 300 pages of photographic proof that soccer wasn’t about faking injuries and gambling pools. The game’s big stars burned brighter & the games, groupies, hairdos & hooligans were just plain awesomer. For purchase information, Click Here
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  • A Lot Like Christmas

    Shaun Groves
    21 Jul 2014 | 8:38 am
    I put a nativity set out on the piano, hung a few lights, grew a beard. And it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. Sure, it’s July outside – kids in flip-flops and tank tops munch on popsicles just beyond my window. And sure, it’s as hot as July inside – the air conditioner is dead. But it’s Christmas in my office where I’ve been reading Christmas, listening Christmas, and writing Christmas for a couple months now. In August I’ll be recording a Christmas EP (EP just means that it’s five or six songs and not a full album). Then…
  • When We Are The Enemy

    Shaun Groves
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:51 pm
    I gave the class a biblical definition of justice in four parts: Deliverance of the oppressed into freedom. Deliverance of outcasts into community. Deliverance of the poor into enough. And… “The fourth would open up a can of worms I can’t put back together in one class,” I said. “But three is enough for now.” When class dismissed one minister stuck around, waited until the crowd dissipated to ask me. “What’s the fourth thing – the one you wouldn’t tell us?” I toed the ground, bit my lip, searched the back of my eyelids for an…
  • Something You Need Too

    Shaun Groves
    10 Jul 2014 | 12:08 pm
    It’s a simple list of suggested gifts – one for each day – prompting me to consider what I have to offer and what someone else might need. Pushy inspiration stashed between the pages of a friend’s book. Today’s assignment – “Something you need too” – was harder than most. What do I need? Shoes? Shelter? Clean water? An air-conditioner repairman? A shower? Tex-Mex? After calling the repair guy, washing up, and eating a burrito… The day’s gift arrived in my inbox. Mitch wrote to say he’s in the final stages of remodeling…
  • How To Make A Simple Budget (And Why)

    Shaun Groves
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:05 pm
    After more than two decades of blindly earning and spending money, I met Becky. And she taught me about this magical thing called a “budget.” Becky’s an accountant by training and needs her spreadsheets and charts like I need air…or bacon. I’m not that into numbers. But I’m absolutely lost if I don’t know at least these two things about our family’s finances. How have we spent? First, I need to know how much I’ve been spending and on what. Today, Becky crunched all the numbers from the last year and handed me a spreadsheet showing exactly…
  • What’s The Least I Can Give?

    Shaun Groves
    2 Jul 2014 | 7:21 am
    “What’s the least I can give?” I was dumbfounded and impressed that he actually had the guts to ask this out loud. But it’s probably crossed everyone’s mind at least once right? Even for a second while making the budget and paying bills? I’d never say so… But I’m not a financial planner. The gray-whiskered man in the suit and tie retired recently after more than forty years organizing wealth into percentages. So no wonder he wondered what God’s percentage should be. And after failing to talk him out of his question and into better ones, I…
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    HODINKEE - Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories

  • The Value Proposition: The Stowa Partitio Black Automatic, A 37 mm Vintage-Inspired Watch Under $1000

    Kelly Jasper
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:30 am
    The Stowa Partitio Black Automatic Based on a simple 1930s model from the Stowa archives, the Partitio Black Automatic retains much of the understated functional design that began to gain popularity at that time. Moreover, the slim proportions – 37 mm in diameter and about 11 mm in thickness – are a breath of fresh air for those who prefer more discreet and wearable watches. At just under $725, the three-hand watch with black dial and an unfussy case design presents good value relative to other vintage-inspired models with ebauche movements on the market today. The 37 mm stainless steel…
  • Introducing The Bremont Wright Flyer, A Limited Edition Containing A Fragment Of The World's First Airplane (And Bremont's First In-House Movement)

    Stephen J. Pulvirent
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Bremont has created some pretty special limited editions in the past, including the Codebreaker (containing material from Bletchley Park) and the HMS Victory (with oak and copper from the eponymous warship). Today Bremont unveils what might be the most ambitious watch they've produced to day, the Bremont Wright Flyer. Not only does the watch contain (according to Bremont) the company's brand new in-house movement, but it also contains an actual piece of muslin from the wing of the Wright Flyer, the world's very first airplane. Seriously. Honestly, Bremont is the only watchmaker that…
  • Recommended Reading: A Comprehensive Review Of The 5513 Matte Dial Submariner

    Stephen J. Pulvirent
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:44 am
    Vintage Rolex watches are all about the details. The smallest differences can separate a relatively common $5,000 watch from a rare $50,000 watch, and learning about them is a never-ending journey. It's part of what makes vintage Rolex so much fun to collect. Last week a new website popped up dedicated entirely to picking apart the history of the reference 5513 matte dial Submariner, cataloging the many subtle changes in the matte 5513 over its nearly 20-year production history.The matte dial 5513 Submariner was produced from 1966 to approximately 1984 and the no-date, two-line dial makes it…
  • IN-DEPTH: A Look At The Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight Planétarium, An Entire Solar System On Your Wrist

    Kelly Jasper
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:28 am
    The Van Cleef & Arpels Midnight Planétarium In this deep world of horology, it’s easy to lose sight of just how fascinating the careful assortment of gears, jewels, levers, and screws that make up a wristwatch movement really are. But when you encounter a watch like the Midnight Planétarium from Van Cleef & Arpels, you’re forced to pause. You’re forced to pause and consider the elegant interplay of mechanics and artistry illustrated by a timepiece like this, in which an impossibly tiny solar system revolves around a dial in accurate harmony. If you stared at this watch for 29…
  • Hands-On With The Jaquet Droz Grande Seconde Quantieme Ivory Enamel

    Stephen J. Pulvirent
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:43 am
    Minimalism isn't a quality that immediately comes to mind when you think of Jaquet Droz. But while its elaborate automata and intricate enameling are certainly hallmarks of the brand, Jaquet Droz has a more restrained side too. The new Grande Seconde Quantieme Ivory Enamel is the latest take on the pared-down design that first premiered in 2011. It uses a combination of grande and petit feu enameling to create a multi-tier dial with tons of open space and stark contrast. It's a study in why less, so often, is more. The star of the show with this watch is the dual-technique enamel dial. The…
 
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    Mens Underwear Blog

  • Christmas in July at Mckillop

    UMan
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:59 pm
    Starting first thing today/tomorrow at 12:01 am (July 25, 2014), Mckillop is starting a very special deal that they're calling "Christmas in July". This deal is super cool and super special - three lucky customers will get their entire package (no max value) for free, just like Christmas! Here's the deal, Mckillop has pre-selected a time during the day at random, the first three orders after that time will be free! All you have to do is go place an order. This is such a fun promo, worst case scenario you end up with some awesome new undies that you paid for. Feed contents…
  • Special at Big Boys

    UMan
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:45 pm
    The wonderful guys at Big Boys Pants have a great deal going on right now. They're offering 33% off their current multipack sale offer. So that's 5 pairs of underwear (your choice of style) for a fraction of the cost. The multipack offers will save you an average of $30, that's a great deal! Go check it out now.Feed contents copyright © M.U.B 2012. All rights reserved. Please do not use text without prior written permission. Images copyright © by their respective owners. Also, please visit the original source here.
  • Sexy Seamen from Modus Vivendi

    UMan
    7 Jul 2014 | 12:55 pm
    Modus Vivendi continues the Dreamland series of campaigns for its Summer 2014 collection and this time is taking you to a world of sailors with its Seaman Line. The background images into which the models blend are reproductions of paintings by Yannis Tsarouchis (1910-1989), who is one of the most highly regarded modern Greek painters. His extensive depiction of soldiers, sailors and other men, often curiously described as “vulnerable”, was controversial and some of his exhibits were taken down by censors. It was Tsarouchis who introduced the iconic sailor motive into modern Greek…
  • International Jock's "Made in America" Sale

    UMan
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:30 pm
    Back by popular demand, International Jock’s Made in America Sale offers ooh-and-aah-inspiring discounts on all American-made brands. While only 2% of all garments sold here are made in America, International Jock has always made it a point to seek out and support U.S. manufacturers. Their 25% off sale includes top-of-the-line, all-American brands like Pistol Pete, Timoteo, Go Softwear, N2N, Sauvage Swimwear and LA Sporting Club. And, when you purchase clothing made in the States you're helping the national economy, our local garment industries and saving thousands of Americans jobs.So…
  • Patriotic Pants from Vuthy Sim!

    UMan
    1 Jul 2014 | 4:45 pm
    Vuthy Sim (pronounced Vooh-Tee Sim) has released its “Old Glory” swim suit line in thong, bikini and square cut ranges as part of its rollout of new designs for 2014. The brand also plans soon to expand its "Old Glory" line to include briefs, boxers and board shorts to cover the full gamut of tastes in silhouettes. The handsome American flag print has proven to be exceptionally popular with buyers, and I can see why. I'm loving this print as it's not your typical American flag print, but is much more refine and stylish. Inspired by the American flag, “Old Glory” ranges allow you to…
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    Men's Rights Blog

  • Defeat Kay Hagan defeat Hillary Clinton

    Masculist Man
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:11 pm
    From Stop Hillary PAC:Hillary Clinton is running for President. Hillary and her campaign are secretly plotting their road map to win the presidency with as little resistance as possible. Fortunately, I have inside information on her plans -- and more importantly -- we have a strategy to stop her. What I can tell you right now: Hillary's plan to win the presidency goes right through the state of North Carolina. North Carolina, along with a small handful of other states, is essential to Hillary being elected president, and she and her super PAC, "Ready for Hillary" are going all-in to make it…
  • Woman sets man up to be robbed

    Masculist Man
    20 Jul 2014 | 11:43 am
    Updated: Wednesday, July 16 2014, 06:46 PM CDT By JOZANNAH QUINTANILLA News 4 Reporter SAN ANTONIO- Police have arrested one suspect and are searching for two others after they allegedly kidnapped and tortured a man. The victim, a San Patricio County man in his 20's, said he escaped from a San Antonio motel where he was being held. Police say the man responded to a Backpage online ad for an escort and met 24-year-old Vanessa Ann Luna at a hotel in Corpus Christi. According to the victim, Luna and another suspect tied him up and tortured him. He says they then drove him to a San Antonio hotel,…
  • Definitions

    Masculist Man
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:42 am
    There have been a lot of definitions to MRA's,PUA's,MGTOWers,Masculinists and Masculists and they have been mutually exclusive. But what if they are not. What if they are not mutually exclusive but in fact stages. I believe that true MRA's (those that avoid feminism and leave the admin duties and editorial policy to the MEN there) and Masculinists/Masculists can get along. There are the pro-feminist stooges but they are not part of this discussion. Certainly both groups can combat misandry in the cultural and legal arenas of their respective societies. Certainly a lot of PUA's have adopted…
  • Protect male rape victims

    Masculist Man
    12 Jul 2014 | 9:53 am
    Nullify laws that make it so that a male victim of rape has to pay child support to the rapist.On the behalf of male victims of rape, and sexual assault I ask that you consider nullifying laws that force male victims of rape to pay child support should the rapist become pregnant during the act of rape. This is still legal in 31 states. This effects families of children as young as 8. No one can psychological give consent to sex under the age of 18, so forcing a victim of rape to pay child support only psychologically burdens the victim further. Women get endless support for rape, and now is…
  • Murderous prostitute linked to two men's deaths

    Masculist Man
    10 Jul 2014 | 4:50 pm
    CNN) -- The death of a Google executive on a yacht is raising new questions about the death of a nightclub owner on the other side of the country -- because of the possible role an alleged prostitute played in each case.Alix Catherine Tichelman, 26, appeared in court Wednesday in Santa Cruz, California, where she faces a series of charges in the death of Forrest Timothy Hayes, 51. The married father of five was found dead in November on his 50-foot yacht. Authorities say Tichelman gave him an injection of heroin and then, as he began to die, she sipped her wine, gathered her belongings, and…
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    Selectism

  • MB&F for L’Epée 1839 Starfleet Machine Table Clock

    Logan Moy
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    MB&F partnered with L’Epée 1839  to produce a timepiece reminiscent of science fiction technology. The Starfleet Machine is a complex construction featuring polished domes, a revolving radar dish and a energy life indicator. In layman’s terms, it is a intricate and futuristic table clock. An interesting stationary piece that is certain toarouse a few questions around the coffee table. Learn more here. MB&F for L’Epée 1839 Starfleet Machine Table Clock is a post by Logan Moy on Selectism.
  • Tracksmith, a New England Running Wear Collection from Rapha Co-Founder

    Elaine YJ Lee
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Out of New England comes a new running wear brand, Tracksmith, headed by former Yale University cross country and track athlete Matt Taylor and Rapha co-founder Luke Sheybeler. Tracksmith, taking running as “the world’s oldest sport,” seeks to celebrate its heritage by fusing classic New England Ivy-league style with traditional made-in-America aesthetics. The performance gear, although highly technical in material, aren’t constructed to look so. Shorts, T-shirts and mesh jerseys bear designs inspired by events and iconic runners dating back to the 1800s. And…
  • Exclusive Preview: Oak Street Bootmakers Loafers with Italian Margom Soles

    Thomas Welch
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Oak Street Bootmakers gives us this exclusive look at their new Beefroll Penny Loafer featuring classic white Margom soles. You may recognize the Italian-made soles on many of your favorite pair of designer sneakers – think Lanvin, Common Project.  Now Oak Street fuses them onto the traditional penny loafer form creating a unique mash-up. Although these are set to drop Spring 2015, our friends tell us that they are accepting custom order if you contact them directly. Exclusive Preview: Oak Street Bootmakers Loafers with Italian Margom Soles is a post by Thomas Welch on Selectism.
  • Green Nylon Original Travelteq Accessories in 4 Styles

    Elaine YJ Lee
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    Travelteq add a new green colorway to their Original Travelteq range. In four leather accessory styles, the light moss green shows up as nylon linings and exterior accents on a laptop bag, messenger, dopp kit and cardholder. The styles are extremely familiar and not so excitingly new, but the green stands out as a natural complement to Travelteq’s signature Italian brown leather. And as always, the new products are handmade. Shop them here Green Nylon Original Travelteq Accessories in 4 Styles is a post by Elaine YJ Lee on Selectism.
  • Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014, Week 4

    Thomas Welch
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:58 am
    This weeks been a long one — at least for us. We’re ready to get the weekend rolling and have browsed the world to find destinations to keep us busy. We select a wide range of shop and gallery openings, along with some unexpected stops along the way. We hope you find somewhere to go this weekend. Plan now!   BROOKLYN: Boerum House and Home This two-story complex appears to be a contemporary apartment setup, but, in actuality, it is a storefront. An extension of Partners & Spade’s Manhattan location, this annex shop houses more than 130 home goods from various designers.
 
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  • Love Formula One? Go see it in person

    admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:57 am
    Motor racing is a sport that has mass appeal. From little kids who are years from getting their driving licence through to men and women of all ages who have grown up with Formula One and don’t see any good reason to leave their affection for it behind with their youth! The F1 season takes the teams and its drivers all around the world, and there’s always a Grand Prix coming up soon in an interesting destination, where, of course, you can do plenty of sightseeing as well as watching your favourite driver race around the track. This weekend, for example, the Hungarian Grand Prix takes…
  • Beat a path to Brazil this summer

    admin
    22 May 2014 | 1:51 am
    If there’s one country in the world that can justifiably lay claim to be the true home of football, then it has to be Brazil. Yes, it’s true that the beautiful game was invented in England – but during the modern era, Brazil have dominated the world rankings and won more World Cups than anyone else – with five so far. As we all know, they’ll be hoping to make it six this summer. And their fans very much expect them to make it six on home soil in the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday July 13th. Whether they’ll do so or not is quite another matter of course; but this…
  • Do something different in Paris

    admin
    14 May 2014 | 9:18 pm
    Paris by wlappe (Creative Commons) When you travel to a major tourist city like Paris, it’s tempting to take the road more travelled and follow your guide book’s top ten suggestions. That way, you can move on, having ticked off those amazing sights and places that everyone else who’s been to Paris has seen. But to do so might leave you feeling more like a bit of a cliché just following the crowd rather than a free spirited adventurer. Seeing the Eiffel Tower in person is amazing the first time you see it, as is spending half a day wandering around the Louvre, but if you go at the wrong…
  • Top casinos to visit while travelling in Asia

    admin
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:19 am
    There are many different parts of the world that you can visit when planning a holiday. For those wanting something a bit unique and exotic should consider travelling to Asia. In recent years, the area has put a significant emphasis on tourism. As a result, the area has a lot of offer. Among these sights would include some of the world’s best casinos. Macau is especially known for offering travellers some impressive casino gambling. It has actually been able to surpass Las Vegas for the right to say it’s the most preferred place to gamble. One of the casinos that should be visited while…
  • Yoga Retreats Around The World

    admin
    14 Mar 2014 | 5:00 am
    I once had a career, a small pokey flat in London which I paid far too much money to sleep in, I used to commute for two hours back and forth to work each day (if the trains ran on time). I was not unhappy but I wasn’t particularly happy either. I wanted more from life, I wanted to travel. So I did. What I discovered on my travels was the ancient Indian practice of yoga. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline with the goal of attaining a state of permanent peace of mind in order to experience one’s true self. These are the best yoga retreats around the world. Since…
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  • Summer Linen: The Stuff of Legend

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    17 Jul 2014 | 9:20 am
    Linen, a cloth which truly does have its own unique allure. My own personal love affair with the stuff started long before I became interested in sartorial menswear; I remember distinctly that I used to don some bizarre linen chinos in my early teens during the summer in an attempt to look edgy, matched with [...]Men's Flair
  • Style Icon: Michael Caine

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    8 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    Generally, I’m not a big one for individual style icons; I tend to prefer examining the features of specific historical periods or trends when it comes to dressing. Michael Caine however, is an exception. I grew up watching classic retro films with my father, and upon discovering Michael Caine’s films of the 60s and 70s [...]Men's Flair
  • The London Sock Company: Seriously Smart Socks

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    4 Jul 2014 | 4:15 pm
    A couple of weeks ago, I found something waiting for me in my pigeonhole that I had been looking forward to for days, a package of socks from the luxury gentlemen’s hosiers, the London Sock Company. The socks in question have intrigued me for some time. Not only is the London Sock Company offering a [...]Men's Flair
  • Pheobes & Dee Review

    Winston Chesterfield
    30 Jun 2014 | 2:10 pm
    I must admit, I’m not really into modern ties. I watch movies set in the current day and physically cringe at the fish-skin-shine concoctions that represent what tie and costume designers consider ‘taste’ and ‘fashion’ in the year 2014. Firstly, it’s satin-silk. Everywhere. Notorious for its reflective capabilities – doubling up as a vanity mirror [...]Men's Flair
  • Summer Dinner Suiting

    Aleksandar Cvetkovic
    24 Jun 2014 | 5:03 am
    Summer dinner suiting poses an interesting wealth of possibilities and given that I will be partaking in my final formal dinner as an Oxford undergraduate next week, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying exploring some potential ways to spice up my dinner suit for the occasion. With this in mind, this late 30s fashion plate is rather [...]Men's Flair
 
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  • The Most Overly Dramatic Athletes

    Fingo
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:25 am
    Although we really don’t like to think of our favorite athletes as people who get caught up in he-said, she-said… The post The Most Overly Dramatic Athletes appeared first on Uncoached.
  • The Most Intimidating Athletes of the Past 25 Years

    Fingo
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:29 am
    No joke, while bored out of our mind and watching the ’90s flick Little Big League a few days ago,… The post The Most Intimidating Athletes of the Past 25 Years appeared first on Uncoached.
  • Which MLB Players Will Make the Hall of Fame in 2015?

    Fingo
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:50 am
    In case you didn’t know, last week was a pretty big week for a few former baseball players. No, it… The post Which MLB Players Will Make the Hall of Fame in 2015? appeared first on Uncoached.
  • Cavaliers Reportedly Willing to Trade Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love

    Chris King
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    When the Cleveland Cavaliers signed Lebron James, bring back the superstar back home, there was much speculation about whether the… The post Cavaliers Reportedly Willing to Trade Andrew Wiggins for Kevin Love appeared first on Uncoached.
  • Father Trapped in Chicago Jail Visiting Room for 31 Hours after Visiting Son

    Chris King
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    How does getting stuck in a jail for over a day sound to you? Oh, and I forgot to mention… The post Father Trapped in Chicago Jail Visiting Room for 31 Hours after Visiting Son appeared first on Uncoached.
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  • Timberland’s Earthkeepers Boat Shoes Deliver Classic Summer Style

    Eric Rogell
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:57 am
    Nothing says “summer style” like a pair of classic boat shoes. (Those white-rimmed sunglasses your buddy talked you into? Not so much.) And Timberland—everyone’s favorite boot company—has some styles that not only look great at the beach, pool party or on the lido deck, but they’re not gonna leave a messy footprint on the environment either. Their classic two-eyed Earthkeepers boat shoes sport premium leather with hand stitching, and siped soles that channel away water, so you don’t slip on a wet deck and spill your drink. I tested out a pair, and while they are strong and…
  • [VIDEO]: A Few Good Reasons For Sporting a Clean Shave

    Eric Rogell
    7 Jul 2014 | 10:22 am
    Well, Schick may have a vested interest in creating a backlash against the current facial hair fashion—formerly the bastion of coffeehouse hipsters and “mixologists” with ironic mustaches, that’s now seen everywhere from classrooms to boardrooms—but that doesn’t make this new video of theirs for the new Schick Quattro any less funny. I’m not gonna say this persuaded me to shave off my 5 o’clock shadow, but since I’m not a lumberjack… The post [VIDEO]: A Few Good Reasons For Sporting a Clean Shave appeared first on The Bachelor Guy.
  • Gambling in Online Casinos is Finally Legal in Some States. But is Anyone Playing?

    Eric Rogell
    7 Jul 2014 | 8:29 am
    Remember way back in the early 00’s when it seemed like everyone was gambling in online casinos? Casinos that had to flee the restrictive laws of the US and set up shop offshore? People were screaming for online gaming to be made legal here, so we could satisfy our poker jones without feeling like we were anteing up in some floating back room card game. Or worry about federal agents rappelling off our roof while we played Texas Hold ‘Em in our boxers. Or, if we weren’t “playing for fun,” wondering if, how, and when we were gonna get our pay outs. Well, some of us finally got our…
  • 4 Things to Check After the First Year of Owning Your Motorcycle

    Eric Rogell
    23 Jun 2014 | 1:32 pm
    Everyone should own a motorcycle. Not as your primary vehicle, but nothing beats a bike as a weekend plaything. Getting out of the cage and feeling the raw power as you’re rolling along a scenic back road with the wind in your face and nothing on your mind. So, you took our advice on what to take care of when buying a motorcycle, but now that you’ve owned one for a while, what’s next? Here are four things that every motorcycle owner should check after the first year of ownership. 1. General Maintenance A quick check of key vehicle components will keep your bike on the road…
  • 8 Things to Do if You Have a Motorcycle Accident

    Eric Rogell
    23 Jun 2014 | 1:05 pm
    So you’ve done all of your research, gotten your license and insurance, and bought your motorcycle. You’ve been enjoying the heck out of the freedom of riding on the open road, and an accident is the last thing on your mind. Yeah, but like the old saying goes, “There are two types of motorcycle riders: Those who have been in an accident, and those that will.” The sad fact is, motorcycle accidents do happen. The U.S. Department of Transportation reported over five million motor vehicle crashes in 2012, with almost 100,000 involving motorcycles. So, even though we hate to think about…
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  • Letters to GP: July 2014

    25 Jul 2014 | 12:47 pm
    We read all of your letters. Here's the proof. ...Read More »
  • This Week in Culture: July 25, 2014

    25 Jul 2014 | 12:02 pm
    This Week in Culture: aerial photos of the Aussie coast, an inside look at Lebowksi, lots of pens, the history of the autocorrect and more. ...Read More »
  • The Smoker: An Excerpt from the Joe Beef Cookbook

    25 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    You don't just build a smoker and start cooking in it. Like any other major project, the idea turns into an obsession, which turns into a real possibility, which turns into a mess. Only then can you see what your initial idea has twisted itself into. We know this, and so does Frédéric Morin of Joe Beef. In this excerpt from the restaurant's cookbook, Morin explains the tortuous path from a childhood of smoky fiddlings to an adulthood of...smoky fiddlings. And, ultimately, a working, self-built smoker at Joe Beef in Montreal. ...Read More »
  • Montreal Meets New York, in a Bagel Shop

    25 Jul 2014 | 10:55 am
    We get three bagel sandwich recipes from Black Seed Bagels in NYC, where they combine New York and Montreal styles to build the king of donut-shaped foods. ...Read More »
  • Dieu du Ciel and the Science of Good Beer

    25 Jul 2014 | 9:19 am
    A little over two decades ago, Stephane Ostiguy and Jean-Francois Gravel met while studying science at McGill University. Neither got their degrees -- but they do make some of the best beer in the world at Dieu du Ciel, Montreal's best craft brewery. ...Read More »
 
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  • The Weekend Agenda

    Mike Newman
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:55 am
    Every Friday we’ll get you hooked up with some solid weekend plans. These are the things we think you should watch, read or do over the next few days. 1 LOOK AT THIS: Greg Kadel Photography (NSFW) – Greg Kadel Studios 2 READ THIS: The Pickpocket’s Tale – New York Times 3 MAKE THIS: Penny Wood Gas Backpacking Stove – Jurey Studio 4 EAT THIS: Ramen Bacon Grilled Cheese – The Food in My Beard 5 SEE THIS: A Most ...
  • These Ray-Bans Are Made With Denim

    Mike Newman
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:15 am
    Hate wearing your Canadian tuxedo on a sunny day? Need a way to protect your eyes without killing your indigo vibe? Ray-Ban has you covered. The latest rendition of their classic Wayfarer is clad in denim. Perfect for pairing with some beat-up Levi’s. The company took layers of denim and fused them onto the frame of the shades with high heat. The result is a pair of sunglasses that’s totally unique and more stylish than gimmicky. Look for them soon ...
  • Hot Tub Time Machine 2 – Red Band Trailer (NSFW)

    Mike Newman
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:14 am
    When Hot Tub Time Machine came out, we didn’t know what to expect. Frankly, it sounded ridiculously awful. It wasn’t. The gang is back—minus John Cusack—for another dip. If it lives up to the first, or even just this trailer, it’s gonna be amazing.
  • Turn Your Disposable Lighter Into a Pocket Torch

    Mike Newman
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:25 am
    You know those cheap lighters you pick up from the register at the gas station? Well, they can do more than just light up a few Marlboros. With the Soto Pocket Torch, any one of those disposable lighters can be turned into a powerful little torch that can crank out a 2,300-degree blue flame. And despite what you might think, using the Soto Pocket Torch actually increases the lifespan of your throw-away by about 60%. No longer regulated to just lighting smokes, ...
  • Characters and Their Drink of Choice Infographic

    Vince Avila
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:20 am
    It’s hard to watch The Big Lebowski without wanting to whip yourself up a White Russian. There are shows and films where booze is the accessory of choice for one of the characters we love. These guys always make us want to break out the bottle after watching. We charted some of our favorites along with their go-to libations.
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  • Your Childhood Strategy to Get Love

    Jayson
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    We all have a childhood strategy or two that we play out as adults. Some of these got heavily rewarded, some of them just saved us from further isolation, shame, and hurt. Just because you fixed things in your childhood and got rewarded for it, doesn’t mean you have to keep fixing things in your adult relationship life. In fact, while being a “helper,” “fixer,” “rescuer,” or “hero” will garner you loads of praise in certain environments in this culture, it’s really just you playing out your childhood strategy. And, in a long-term…
  • Trying To Recreate the Honeymoon Period Could Be Hurting Your Relationship

    Jayson
    13 Jul 2014 | 1:52 pm
    When trying to “work on” a marriage, a lot of couples, or at least one individual in the couple, try to recreate the honeymoon period. But the honeymoon period you went through is over and cannot be recreated. Damn. Why? Because the honeymoon period, that most people call “falling in love,” is full of infatuation, fantasies, and seeing only half of the person—the half that doesn’t trigger you and upset you. Trying to re-capture those old yummy feelings is like wanting that pint of Ben and Jerry’s to be a bottomless pit that never ends, but always satisfies. Or, it’s like an…
  • If Only My Partner Would…

    Jayson
    10 Jul 2014 | 6:07 am
    This week I taught a very important webinar on one of the biggest relationship frustrations I see–wanting our partners to be different. And, these tools are critical to learn if you want to avoid hurting your relationship even more. I answer questions like: What if my partner and I don’t see eye to eye? What if my partner and I are not aligned? Can this relationship work if we are on different paths? What can I do instead of wanting them to change? What are the roots of me wanting them to be different? What is the cost of me trying to change them? I’m giving you access to…
  • Another Reason You Need Your Opposite as a Mate

    Jayson
    27 Jun 2014 | 11:23 am
    Let’s say one of us is very very emotional and dramatic, like, er…..the woman. And let’s say the other is emotionally shut down or indifferent, like um, say, the guy. When the woman feels very emotional, the guy, due to his past upbringing that helped him hide his own emotions, will likely judge her as dramatic, emotional, moody, too intense, too much and he’ll pull away from her. Plus he may have had one parent (often mom) that was very emotional.  But what he’s really saying to his partner is what his parents said to him as a boy, “your emotions and sensitivity are too much for…
  • One Tip on How To De-escalate Relationship Conflict Quickly

    Jayson
    6 Jun 2014 | 10:48 am
    Most of us never really learned conflict, right? Someone has to learn and take charge. For more great relationship articles, subscribe to my newsletter and get the free mini-ebook. The post One Tip on How To De-escalate Relationship Conflict Quickly appeared first on JaysonGaddis.com.
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  • Aimé Leon Dore x Frank Clegg

    25 Jul 2014 | 3:07 pm
    After debuting their pre-fall collection, Aimé Leon Dore presents a collaboration with Massachusetts-based leathermaker Frank Clegg. The collection will feature two bags: a tote and a backpack with styling inspired by the line's clean styling. Our favorite bag is the Travel Pack with its simplistic yet luxurious look that perfectly combines canvas and tan leather. The canvas is a heavy-duty 22oz material and the tan leather is tumbled and vegetable-tanned. It also had dedicated sleeves for a MacBook and iPad mini and a spacious main compartment. $400, Aime Leon Dore
  • Wolverine 1000 Mile Centennial Boot

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:40 pm
    Originally released 100 years ago in 1914, the Wolverine 1000 mile boot celebrates its Centennial with a special edition boot. The boot was designed to recreate the aesthetic and construction of the original boot with a n All-American update. The boot is made from the original 1000 Mile pattern and features Goodyear Welt construction, leather sole with Vibram heel, and a fully lined upper made from Genuine American Bison leather from Horween. Hit the link below to see a behind the scenes video of the making of the Centennial boot. $400, Orvis
  • McLaren P1 GTR

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:11 pm
    Not that the P1 isn't already a racing-grade car, McLaren thought it could use a few more tweaks to make the ultimate P1 track car. At this summer's Concours in Pebble Beach, the company will unveil the concept for the most extreme, track-only version of the P1, the GTR. What we know so far is that the car will definitely be built and will begin production in 2015 when the final 375th P1 has been built. The GTR will only be available to P1 owners and will feature enhanced aerodynamics, a wider track, slick tires, and a newly-tweaked engine that will max out at 986 horsepower. Buyers of the…
  • Aston Martin Previews the Return of Lagonda

    25 Jul 2014 | 12:53 pm
    Some of Aston Martin's best customers are going to get a special opportunity as the company is reintroducing the Lagonda nameplate to the Middle East due to specific market demand. The car will be created inside the building built exclusively for the One-77 supercar and will be hand built on Aston Martin's VH architecture. The new Lagonda super saloon will be incredibly exclusive and sale of the car will be by invitation only. The car will be inspired by the 1976 Lagonda designed by William Towns and will have the latest Aston Martin technologies under the hood and as you would expect, the…
  • Incase Icon Sleeve with TENSAERLITE

    25 Jul 2014 | 12:14 pm
    Many of us have owned an Incase sleeve or two and while they were great for protecting your device from scratches and slight bumps, they weren't designed from the ground up for impact protection. That all changes with a big update to their signature sleeve, the Icon with TENSAERLITE. TENSAERLITE is a impact absorbing material that has been built into a lightweight bumper that frames the sleeve to protect your tablet or laptop from drops. They've also made it easier to access your device with a magnetic snap closure. $59-$69, Incase
 
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    The New Man – Advice for Men on Relationships, Dating, Fitness, Career and Sex

  • Do You Have to Make Money Doing What You Love?

    Tripp Lanier
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:10 am
    Stressed out, grumpy guys says things like: “I have to find my purpose in the world. And I have to pay the bills doing the thing I was put on this earth to do!” This makes it sound like a guy can’t do what he loves unless he can justify it with a handsome, stable paycheck. But is this really true? In the fifth and last lesson of this mini-course, we’re going to explore what it means to live with a sense of purpose or passion and how money fits into all of that. The post Do You Have to Make Money Doing What You Love? appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • A Simple Relationship Tool for Men

    Tripp Lanier
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:07 am
    Most guys are so busy they don’t realize that they’re neglecting the most important things in their lives — relationships. And it makes sense. Relationships are often the stickiest, most challenging areas we know. But what if you could learn a tool that would help you navigate any relationship with more confidence and ease? What if you could learn how to ditch the neediness and drama? In the fourth lesson of this mini-course we dive into relationships and what you can do — today — to improve every single one of them. The post A Simple Relationship Tool for Men appeared first on The…
  • How to Get Out of a Rut

    Tripp Lanier
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:11 am
    Are you in a rut? Have you ever been in a rut? Ruts (or plateaus) can be awful. They eat away at our energy and self-esteem. Days go by and the wheels just spin — no progress was made. Ruts can be professional or ruts can be personal. Regardless, in the third lesson of this mini-course, I’m going to share a simple checklist you can use to get yourself out of a rut. The post How to Get Out of a Rut appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • How to Avoid the Traps Most Guys Fall Into

    Tripp Lanier
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:28 am
    Part of being a coach means helping guys get out of traps they’ve created for themselves. But wouldn’t be better if you could avoid them altogether? In the second lesson of this mini-course, we’re going to explore: -- The 3 Big Traps that snag even the “smart” guys -- How to claim real power in your life -- How to feel less pressure and more relief The post How to Avoid the Traps Most Guys Fall Into appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
  • Why Most Guys Hit the Wall

    Tripp Lanier
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:56 am
    TweetIn this series of short podcast episodes I’m going to share some of the big ideas I teach as part of The New Man 360 audio course. That said, let’s dive in and discuss why so many guys hit the wall even if it appears — from the outside — that their personal lives, their relationships, […] The post Why Most Guys Hit the Wall appeared first on The New Man Podcast.
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    Hunk du Jour

  • Your Hunk of the Day: Kevin Selby by David Vance

    25 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Kevin Selby by David Vance Sexy ginger Kevin Selby is your Hunk of the Day for this wonderful Friday. Photographed expertly by the one and only David Vance!FIVE more photos, after the jump »  Posted In: David Vance, Hunk of the Day, Kevin Selby, Shirtless, Underwear
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Tyler Davin

    24 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Tyler Davin for DNA Magazine No. 102 Vote for Tomorrow's Hunk! Posted In: Hunk of the Day
  • Your Hunk of the Day: Clint Mauro

    23 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    Clint Mauro from Ford Models via Eddy Eddy Ford Model man Clint Mauro wins Hunk of the Day for hump day! Clint has some sites out there devoted completely to him, as well as (of course) an official Twitter and Instagram page. Check out twelve more photos and profile links for Clint after the jump!TWELVE more photos, after the jump »  Posted In: Dolce & Gabbana, Hunk of the Day, Male Model, NYFW, New York Fashion Week
  • Alex Minsky : Charlie Gold Swim Brief

    22 Jul 2014 | 8:00 pm
    Alex Minsky by Eric Pietrangolare for Charlie by MZ via Accidental Bear Yes... Alex Minsky here in some sexy gold Charlie by Matthew Zink swim briefs! Thanks to the also-sexy Accidental Bear for sharing this!Click Here to see more » Posted In: Alex Minsky, Buns, Charlie by MZ, Male Model, Shirtless, Swimwear/Speedo
  • Your Hunk of the Day: John Abraham

    22 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    John Abraham via Rogation blog Hunks on this day in previous years:See More of John AbrahamVote for Tomorrow's Hunk! Posted In: Hunk of the Day
 
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  • Praise For Good Etiquette

    kennethwee_
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:15 am
    If you want to impress your guests over tea, at a teahouse or boardroom, you’d be curious to know if there’s a proper way to serve tea.read more
  • Run, don’t walk!

    Kelvtan
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:48 pm
    I felt a real pang of sadness at the beginning of this year, when I had learnt about the deaths of two security guards in a fire at Marina Bay Suites, but that sadness turned into frustration when a recent coroner’s inquiry reported by The Straits Times revealed that the duo had believed that it was a false alarm, which had led to them being overcome by the smoke and flames.   read more
  • Wax on, wax off

    Kelvtan
    1 Jul 2014 | 9:32 pm
    It’s been a wild and wacky World Cup in Brazil, with supposed-minnows taking on top teams and coming up tops.   Results like these tend to take out many punters, and sadly I was one of them- though the pain wasn’t felt in my pockets though.   read more
  • Finally, a Field of Dreams

    kyleung
    26 Jun 2014 | 2:02 am
    I was a very tanned 14-year-old, hair horrendously centre-parted, and my schoolmates and I were heckling supporters from rival schools. Never mind that it was a scorching hot day at the old National Stadium and I was sweating through my uniform: the company was good and the atmosphere at the National Schools B-division track-and-field final was excellent in a rowdy schoolboy kind-of-way. read more
  • Cannot say cannot

    Kelvtan
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:53 pm
    I had an interesting “conversation” with my wife in the car this morning- whilst driving her to work, she was lamenting on how she cannot multi-task, despite the common adage that men are better at singular tasks, whilst the fairer sex are the multi-taskers.  read more
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    The Stogie Guys

  • Stogie Guys Friday Sampler No. 392

    The Stogie Guys
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    As we have since July 2006, each Friday we’ll post a mixed bag of quick cigar news and other items of interest. Below is our latest Friday Sampler. 1) Cigar Rights of America (CRA) and Tobacconist University have announced the formation of the National Cigar Policy Center, a portal of legislation that has been filed at the local and state levels that can advance the interests of premium cigar manufacturers, retail tobacconists, and consumers. “For some time, we have been collecting model bills that can advance the legislative agenda of premium cigar interests,” said Glynn Loope,…
  • Cigar Review: Eiroa CBT Maduro Robusto

    Patrick S
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    More and more, cigars that used to be introduced for the first time at the annual IPCPR Trade Show are now announced ahead of time. In the case of this new offering from Christian Eiroa, it was not only announced in the months before the show, but it began arriving in shops a few weeks before the show even opened. The cigar is the maduro follow-up to the original self-titled Eiroa cigar, a Honduran puro, which debuted last summer. While the exact origins of the tobacco aren’t disclosed, it is 100% maduro, hence the CBT name which stands for Capa, Binda, Tripa (one of many ways to refer…
  • Cigar Review: Joya Red Robusto

    Patrick A
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Back in April, I visited the Joya de Nicaragua factory in Estelí as part of Drew Estate’s Cigar Safari. At the outset of the tour, Juan Ignacio Martínez—the 31-year-old who was named executive president as his father, Dr. Alejandro Martínez Cuenca, steps away from day-to-day operations—gave us an overview of Joya’s fascinating history. Many know that Joya is the oldest cigar maker in Nicaragua. Fewer are aware of how Joya’s legacy is intertwined with the political unrest in Nicaragua in the 20th century. But that is a story for another time. Before walking the factory floor, we…
  • Cigar Review: Neanderthal (Pre-Release)

    Patrick S
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    At least for fans of boutique cigars, I expect this new release from RoMa Craft Tobac (makers of Cromagnon, Aquitaine, and Intemperance) to be one of the most anticipated cigars from the IPCPR Trade Show that’s currently taking place. Neanderthal is billed as the strongest RoMa Craft to date, which says a lot since Cromagnon and Aquitaine (particularly the former) are anything but mild. At least for its introduction, the cigar will come in one size: a 5-inch figuardo that has a ring gauge of 56 near the foot and narrows to 52 at the cap. The head of the cigar is completely flat across,…
  • Cigar Review: El Primer Mundo La Hermandad Costa Fuerte Caballito

    Patrick A
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Last spring, Abe Flores of Pinar del Rio Cigars (PDR) issued an announcement that PDR would be managing the sales and distribution of the El Primer Mundo (EPM) brand. “This is a great opportunity for the EPM brand,” said Sean Williams, head of the Atlanta-based EPM. “Abe and I have… some good synergies with our overlap on sales reps and key accounts. This move will just make things a lot more efficient for our reps and our retailers.” The EPM lines now sold and distributed by PDR include Liga Miami, Epifania, and La Hermandad. The latter, which translates to “brotherhood,” has…
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    The Good Men Project

  • White House Education Official David Johns Sparks the #TeachTheBabies Movement

    Marcus Bright
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Marcus Bright calls for action in educational reform. ___ The importance of early childhood education is sometimes an afterthought in our discourse about the general topic of education in the United States. A lot of discussions center on access and success in the higher education realm, sometimes beginning with conversations about the K-12 pipeline. The national push for universal pre-Kindergarten, reinvigorated in recent years by President Obama, has altered the focus of education policy and messaging. It’s important to note how social media campaigns have helped to highlight the issue…
  • Three Cheers for Cool Old Ladies Who Never, Ever Conformed to Gender Roles

    N. C. Harrison
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    So many little girls have been taught to be sweet at all costs. N.C. Harrison examines the life and times of a female wrestler who broke that rule…and plenty of others. Cool old ladies are, in general, one of the few subjects on which people of my generation can agree (the sort of void between the tail end of Generation X and the Millennials, also known as the cast of New Girl). We may represent a staggering diversity of opinions on public policy, health care, the environment and the geopolitical ramifications of, well, anything, but the second that you throw on a Golden…
  • How to be Less Busy in a Busy Busy World

    Leo Babauta
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
    Slow down, breathe, enjoy every moment. Learn to focus on what’s in front of you, and find peace in whatever you do. — Most of us are pretty busy, just about every day. Some like it that way — being busy is almost a status symbol, as it shows you’re important and productive and a go-getter and achiever. If you’re in a power meeting and sending emails on your Blackberry and making calls, you must be important, right? I say we should reject that little game of who’s busier than whom. We should opt out. We should say, “I’d rather find peace of mind, and be able to relax, and…
  • Vomit. Sorry.

    Aaron W. Voyles
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Aaron W. Voyles reminisces about the impact of debauchery on his freshman hall. One weekend one of the guys on the hall threw up all over the lobby. We felt bad about it, in that way where we weren’t going to do anything in response, so we laid some paper towels across it and a sign for our housekeeper that said, “Vomit. Sorry.” Another weekend a guy named Greg stabbed Ryan in the arm. They were having an argument about whether or not Ryan should be drinking anymore. When Ryan went for the bottle for booze, Greg stabbed him with a knife. We were all really into knives because of some…
  • Why Black Mothers Mourned Their Children’s Loss of Life and Liberty

    Christopher “Flood the Drummer®” Norris
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Mothers of black boys, dead or alive, live with an unspoken sadness due to the loss of their children’s perceived innocence. — It was rush hour in Philadelphia, and in front of the Office of the District Attorney black mothers and those that love them hold onto strings attached to white balloons as if they were the collars of their children’s jacket, and they were pulling them in for one last hug before catching the bus for school. B.O.L.D member Andrea Lawful-Trainer holds onto the string of a white balloon during a vigil for black mothers raising black children. (Photo Credit:…
 
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    inStash

  • ‘Evil Dead’ TV Series On The Way: Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell ‘Involved’

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    If you think Ash is one of the 10 best movie heroes to ever live — like we do — then you’re going to dig the little tidbit Sam Raimi dropped today at the Screen Gems panel at San Diego Comic-Con. According to Raimi, he is writing a pilot of Evil Dead for television, and Bruce Campbell will be involved. In what sense, we still don’t know, but considering the way that the remake ended, we’re hopeful for more Ash time in the near future.While an Evil Dead TV series could go in another direction, Raimi and Campbell’s actions surrounding the 2013 remake and…
  • Crappy Children’s Art By, Who Else, Maddox!

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:45 pm
    On the Internet, there are three types of people: those who try to be funny, those who occasionally are funny, and Maddox. Since 1996, he’s been writing hilarious essays over at TheBestPageInTheUniverse.com, and has even published a book entitled The Alphabet of Manliness that is, quite frankly, must-read material for anyone who claims to be of the male gender.Now he’s back with an expanded version of one of his funniest bits — Crappy Children’s Art. Maddox is the first and best guy in the world to ever dare grade children’s art work, and he is one harsh critic.
  • The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened? Trailer

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Nic Cage as Superman? Chris Rock as Jimmy Olsen? Brainiac as the villain? A regenerative supersuit? How did this movie not get made? That’s what Jon Schnepp’s new documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? hopes to answer. Featuring interviews with Tim Burton and a number of people who worked on the production, and even including rare footage of Cage as Superman, this is must-see programming.We’ve told you about it before, back in its Kickstarter days, but Schnepp has done a lot of development since then, and now has a trailer ready for us. The team is still in…
  • The Defender: ‘Smart’ Personal Protection

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The Defender is a product for anyone concerned about personal protection and peace of mind. This device integrates elements of products and services found separately and combines them, expertly and elegantly, into one compact personal accessory.The Defender is a self-defense tool, a mobile medical alert device, and a 24/7 monitoring service, achieved by leveraging the communication technology of a smartphone coupled with a digital camera to capture and forward an attacker’s picture to law enforcement. It also features a flashing light and audible alarm to attract attention, plus the highest…
  • Kramerica Industries! Kramer’s Best And Worst Business Ideas

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    It’s no secret around these parts that we’re crazy about the Sein, and if you like any sitcom from about 1993 to the present day, you should at the very least appreciate it for the shows that it’s influenced. This year, many of us are celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Show About Nothing’s debut, and you can’t talk Seinfeld without a Kramer being involved. That’s why we’ve decided to put together a list of the best and worst ideas of Cosmo Kramer during the show’s nine-season run. Let’s get started!Best: The Bladder SystemIn “The Voice,” episode two of the ninth and…
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    Effortless Gent

  • A Guide to Losing Your Hair (But Not Your Style)

    Phillip Paoletta
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hey Gents, Today, we’re addressing a topic some of you may have experience with: going bald. Apparently, 40% of males in their mid-thirties have experienced some degree of noticeable hair loss. If you’re in this group and you think you’re alone, you’re not. Our guest author today is Phillip Paoletta. He’ll go over dealing with hair loss, ways to own it, and how to design your style with your hair situation in mind. Take it away, Phillip… Going bald was once the first step on the path to Rogaine or a glorified toupee. Things have changed. More than ever…
  • Bracelets: Yea or Nay? (Plus a chance to win a few of your own)

    Barron
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hey Gents, I was in Portland last weekend for the World Domination Summit. I’ve attended this conference the last three or four years, and every time, the weather’s been incredible, which I hear isn’t always the case in the Pacific Northwest. Perfectly sunny, the right amount of warmth with perhaps a touch of humidity, but not so much that you refuse to step outside. The weather, coupled with the casual vibe of the event, allowed me to wear singular layers and lightweight shirts (some with short sleeves), something I can hardly ever do in the eternally foggy city of San Francisco.
  • 4 Ways to Break Out of a Style Rut

    Kyle Ingham
    10 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Huckberry endeavors to inspire more active, adventurous, and stylish lives through exclusive sales, original story-telling, and unique experiences. Join now and see why readers say we’re the “best damn email” in their inbox. Hey Gents, First off, it’s true, Huckberry has one of the best damn emails out there. I’ve subscribed to a bunch of stuff over the years, but Huckberry’s is one that I look forward to every week. Make sure to check them out if you haven’t already. (You should see a sweet landing page made especially for EG readers.) This…
  • The Bonobos Sweepstakes Winner, A Style Hack, A Few Announcements, And A Request

    Barron
    3 Jul 2014 | 12:02 am
    Hey Gents, This week, I wanted to announce the winner of our last sweepstakes. I also have a few announcements, one style hack, and one request. Ready? The Winner Is… The $1500 Bonobos Wardrobe sweepstakes was our biggest giveaway, pretty much ever. Special thanks to the folks at Bonobos for running that with me. As always, I hate having only one winner, and I always feel bad I can’t give something to everyone, but I guess that’s the nature of these things. You can blame the folks at Bonobos this time around, since I wasn’t the one to choose Anyway, the winner of the sweepstakes…
  • Five Ways to Wear One: The Short-Sleeve Button-Down Shirt

    Beau Hayhoe
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:01 am
    Hey Gents, Quick side note: Make sure to enter this week’s giveaway! Bonobos is giving away a $1500 wardrobe to one lucky EG reader. More details here With summer quickly on the way (or already underway) in earnest for much of the country, it’s time to give a shot in the arm to your summer style. Although a well-fitting polo shirt is a classic style move that’ll keep you cool and appropriately dressed wherever you go, it’s always wise to keep a few different warm-weather style moves in your arsenal. Particularly in recent months (like the recent Channing Tatum issue of GQ),…
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    Male Standard

  • Comic Con Fans Get Free Shaves In Costume from Schick Hydro

    Male Standard
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:28 am
    Ubisoft announced its Comic-Con International: San Diego lineup featuring a selection of Ubisoft’s highly anticipated titles including, Assassin’s Creed Unity, Far Cry 4, The Crew and Just Dance 2015. In addition to hands-on time with some of the games, fans will have access to panels featuring Ubisoft titles.   San Diego Comic-Con attendees will be able to truly immerse themselves in the Assassin’s Creed Universe with the Assassin’s Creed Experience, a massive parkour obstacle course located on the Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade at Harbor Dr. The Assassin’s Creed Experience…
  • Laphroaig Scotch Whisky Launches Laphraoig Select #OpinionsWelcome

    Male Standard
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:51 am
    Laphroaig®, the world’s #1 Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky, proudly introduces its newest expression, Laphroaig® Select Scotch Whisky. This new, innovative expression brings the distinct styles of the Laphroaig portfolio together to create a new expression that stays true to the brand’s heritage with an added layer of complexity and depth brought about by marrying various maturation styles and different oaks.   The liquid is carefully selected by Laphroaig Master Distiller, John Campbell, from the finest casks representing the favorite styles of Laphroaig – Quarter Cask,…
  • Why More Men Should Visit a Dermatologist with Skin Care Expert Dr. Michael Shapiro

    Male Standard
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:21 am
    Did you know that most men only use soap and water to clean their faces, or that they hardly ever apply sun block? Men fall short in skin care and skin cancer knowledge and prevention dramatically compared to women. In a new survey, just 51 percent of US men reported using sunscreen in the past 12 months, and an alarming 70 percent did not know the warning signs of skin cancer. The findings are especially concerning for men over age 50, who are more than twice as likely as women to die from melanoma. Exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation is associated with the…
  • New iPhone Cases Are Modern Tool Boxes for Your Phones!

    Male Standard
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:48 am
    Three new products from TaskLab for hikers, bikers, travelers and urbanites re-define the multi-purpose smartphone accessory! Recently, Tasklab LLC, released two brand new products, the myTask Urban and myTask Bike, as well as a redesign of their first successful product, TaskOne. By adding these three innovative products to their offerings, Tasklab is redefining smartphone accessory market by creating truly useful accessories that enable outdoor lovers, travelers and everyday commuters to overcome their daily challenges and obstacles.   At the center of the new product line is the…
  • Laphroaig Suntanned Scotsman: Celebrate National Scotch Day #OpinionsWelcome

    Male Standard
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:33 am
    Scotch is a spirit with a long history. It was first written about in the 1400s, and was originally only distilled by monks until the 1500s. Today, Scotch is produced in five regions and is the top-selling spirit in a number of countries. It’s no surprise that Laphroaig’s history is just as rich: as an Islay scotch first produced in 1815, Laphroaig (which translates to “the beautiful hollow by the broad bay”) popularized Single Malt Scotch and pioneered the usage of American ex-bourbon casks during aging.   Laphroaig 10-Year-Old Scotch is the gold standard by…
 
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    Owen Marcus

  • Free to Win Travels to Canada

    Owen Marcus
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:48 am
    In May, Chris Blair and I traveled to Calgary, AB, to present the documentary film, About Men.* The film is about our work and our men’s groups. This showing was the Canadian premiere of the film. I wrote here about the US premiere. After showing the film in Calgary, we answered questions for an hour. Most of the audience stayed to discover more about the Sandpoint Men’s Group and the work we do. These short videos are us answering some of the questions asked by the audience. With these Youtube videos and the film itself, you have a good sense of what we do in our groups and trainings. If…
  • It’s Not You, It’s Our Paradigm That’s Old

    Owen Marcus
    26 May 2014 | 12:05 pm
    This post I wrote first appeared About Me. Reconsidering Manhood Trying to be a 20-year-old doesn’t work at 60. Getting women to help us with our emotions – like we did when we were younger, starting with our mother – is no longer an option. And our friends? Well, they’re no better off than we are. The friends we had in school or the military are long gone. We have our work and golf buddies, but we rarely have men we confide in, or ask to watch our backs. We have as much brotherhood left in our lives as we have six-pack abs. One day you wake up to realize that your relationships have…
  • How a Man Change His Relationship by Changing Himself

    Owen Marcus
    16 May 2014 | 8:21 pm
    After a recent men’s group meeting, I woke up the next morning realizing I hadn’t spoken about a phenomenon that I saw ready to occur for a man: Inevitably, as we do our work, our relationships change. As our relationships change, our partners change. Many years ago Chip, one of the best psychotherapists I’ve ever known, told me: “I don’t need to do couples therapy, I just need to work with one person and the relationship will change.” Chip was one of Milton Erickson’s students the famous psychiatrist and hypnotherapist students. Erickson understood how powerful the unconscious…
  • Men, You CAN Fight The Good Fight In Your Relationship

    Owen Marcus
    20 Apr 2014 | 8:02 pm
    It’s not if, it’s when and how you will fight. Every relationship has conflicts. How you move through them can determine the joy in your relationship. And accepting that fights happen frees you to learn and heal from them. While working on our conflicts, we get to complete incomplete experiences from our childhood. You need to remember that—your fight is not about the topic; it’s about the issue. I see men who never fought find their voice through expressing their anger. Their belief might have been, “If I get mad, my relationship will end.” My first fight with a partner taught me…
  • How to Get What You Want

    Owen Marcus
    21 Mar 2014 | 4:40 am
    What is a man? Do you know? You probably have an idea. Odds are, you’re either a man yourself, and/or you date one, live with one, or are married to one. We might know what we expect of a man—someone who keeps his word, is open, and does the old provide and protect. I certainly didn’t know how to achieve any of the definitions of what a man is–even the most narrow, limited definitions. But I knew enough to tell that what the media was telling me a man should be served them more than it served me. I knew the old models weren’t for me. I learned that getting good at being…
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    Enterase

  • Old Hall Stainless Steel Vintage Coffee Pot

    Allison Cooper
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:46 am
    Old Hall Stainless Steel Vintage Coffee Pot With the fast paced world that we live in, caffeine has become an essential part of our lives. This Old Hall Stainless Steel Vintage Coffe Pot will provide you with the opportunity of making fresh brewed coffee and tea from the comfort of your own home-any way you like it. Old Hall is a British brand from days gone by that has recently been building a loyal following of  collectors. At 16.800 Yen, you’ll get a piece of vintage British design from yesteryear.
  • The Dynasty Sneaker

    Allison Cooper
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:14 pm
    Nike Dynasty 81 Nike has designed yet another unforgettable addition to their infamous footwear. The Nike Dynasty 81 fits into their iconic basketball collection and is perfect for shooting some hoops or laying low. This shoe is made from leather and lightweight cushioning with a rubber outsole. There is a great deal of traction in these sneakers, so you will always be on top of your game. This model will cost you about $100 and we say go for it! We think that this needs to be part of your collection.
  • Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset

    Don't Kill The Messinger
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:48 am
    Talk With Your Hands Now you can be hands free and all ears with the sleek and functional Jawbone ERA Bluetooth Headset in Silver Lining. This Bluetooth cell phone accessory uses wind canceling technology for clear communication on both ends, letting you talk for up 5.5 continuous talk time hours while you hands are free to drive, cook, work and do whatever you need to do. Free your hands for about $125.
  • Aurora Fire Starter

    Jessica Rodriguez
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:03 pm
    Aurora Fire Starter Have you ever found yourself on a desert island with nothing but some FedEx packages and a volleyball who is soon to become your best friend? No? Just Tom Hanks then? Ok, well since you never know, I suggest you look into this Aurora Fire Starter. One of the best all-around fire starters in the world, the Aurora Fire Starter is designed for the outdoor enthusiast and anyone who just likes to be prepared. With a built-in guided striking blade and ferrocerium flint steel rod, this starter yields sparks as hot as 5000 degrees F. We didn’t start the fire, but you can for…
  • Put This On: Season One DVD

    Jessica Rodriguez
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:46 am
    Put This On: Season One DVD Looking for the answers to your fashion questions? Well, Jesse Thorn, creator and host of the Put This On video series has done exactly that. Put This On teaches you how to dress like a grown up through interesting, informative videos. Jesse believes that getting dressed is about more than the clothes, it’s about how you want to present yourself. Put This On offers suggestions, answers questions, and sometimes gives a little history lesson about a particular item of clothing. Keep yourself in the know with this fashion how-to series. Learn what to wear and…
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    Flawless Crowns

  • Grey Goose Launches Cognac Infused Grey Goose VX

    Alex
    10 Jul 2014 | 3:51 pm
    Premium vodka Grey Goose is about to expand its’ portfolio with a brand new selection called Grey Goose VX. An acronym vodka exceptional, Grey Goose VX is a new ultra-premium expression that combines Grey Goose vodka with drops of fine Cognac. Grey Goose VX (40%abv) is described as having a rich, subtle taste – a harmonious balance of white fruit blossom, honeysuckle and violet with hints of apricot and a long, lingering finish. It is recommended to drink it on the rocks, in a brandy balloon glass. Grey Goose VX is presented in a decanter made from ‘extra flint’ glass. According…
  • Mismo Wessel Tabac Suitcase

    Alex
    10 Jul 2014 | 6:59 am
    In search of a new carry? We feel that the Mismo Wessel Tabac Suitcase is more than worthy of your consideration. The bag features several naval references including the porthole detail at the gusset and the “name plate” fitting on the front face holding the handles. Ample inside space allows you to pack for a small naval battle. The bag features a full-grain vegetable tanned cow leather body and a custom-developed striped lining (off white/anthracite) in a strong nylon/cotton weave. In terms of inside space the Wessel Tabac features two identical, open inside pockets, and a…
  • Flawless Crowns Presents: A Summer Renaissance Event At New York Vintners

    Martin
    7 Jul 2014 | 6:21 am
    When I originally launched Flawlesscrowns.com, I envisioned it as an online destination for modern male who shares a goal in excellence and can appreciate quality throughout all sectors of the living the good life. In 2014 I made a commitment to expand the Flawless Crowns brand with product, unique content and programming. On June, 21st I hosted an event I titled A Summer Renaissance New York Vintners. 18 of my closest friends and family were treated to a formal dinner party. The night commenced with an opening reception hour with antipasto and sparkling wine. A formal family style dinner…
  • 2012 WALT “The Corners” Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Wine Review

    Alex
    26 Jun 2014 | 1:45 pm
    Type: Red Wine Color: Purple Ruby Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir Country: United States (Anderson Valley) Ever since I have been introduced to the Walt Hall Wine family, I have been a big fan of how they finesse such lush flavors out of very challenging growing seasons. I recently fell in love with another one of their selections and if you love wine like I do, then you should place your order for the 2012 WALT “The Corners” Anderson Valley Pinot Noir right now. The nose alone will let you know this is a big wine with a wonderful bouquet of spice and dark fruit. Upon my first sip I…
  • Thom Browne Black Scotch Grain Weekender Bag

    Alex
    26 Jun 2014 | 11:57 am
    Overnight bags are a dime a dozen but there some carry on pieces that bring simplicity and sophistication to a harmonious balance. Recently I was browsing in midtown Manhattan for some shoes and I came across the Thom Browne Weekender Bag. With an all black scotch grain shell and a preppy stripe lining, this selection is instant vintage material. What are your thoughts on this bag? Let us know in the comments section! $1,525.00
 
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    Real Men Real Style

  • How To Buy A Casual Summer Button-down Shirt | 5 Tips When Buying Hot Weather Shirts For Men

    Antonio
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:17 am
    Summer dressing can come with its own set of challenges. For one, there’s the matter of options. Besides your standard t-shirts and polos, what else is out there that makes you look good, feel great, fits you well, and also shows that you care about how you look and want to present a professional appearance? Besides that, you also want this item of clothing to be casual enough, while still allowing you to look clean and fell great. If you ask me, for this tall order, the best option that you have is the summer shirt! The perfect casual summer shirt is what we’ll be talking about today,…
  • 7 Timeless Fashion Tips for Young Men | Classic Style Advice For Any Man

    Antonio
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:01 pm
    I was in the YouTube comments the other day, answering people’s questions and checking in to see what people wanted to see me create. One comment grabbed my attention. “Can you do a video for young men age 18-25 on how to dress with style but still classy?  I don’t want to follow this swaggy trend.” Written by TheColonelAngel, I at first wanted to resist promising a video as: 1) I’m 38 and a few years removed from style for this age group 2) I’ve actually created content on this before – see my young man style video here and 9 fashion tips article…
  • How To Buy The Perfect Carry-On Bag | Business Luggage Buying Guide

    Antonio
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:41 pm
    The perfect carry-on bag…… ……does it exist? Or is the Bigfoot of business travel, sometimes spotted at a distance but never verified up close? Well – to be fair this is a loaded question. The most important factor in the equation is: What are your specific needs? Size? Style? Practicality? Durability? The importance of each varies from person to person……. …..but assuming that you’re a business traveler like me I can at least give you the tools to make a smart luggage buying decision. The goal of this article is to help you buy the perfect…
  • Hot Weather Jeans | Jean Alternatives In Summer | Wearing Denim In Hot Temperatures

    Antonio
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:08 am
    hot weather jeans buckley denim Jeans in summer? Not always recommended – especially when the temperature climbs above 90 and it’s humid outside. Having lived in Corpus Christie, Texas & Pensacola, Florida…….I learned quickly as a young man that jeans are not always comfortable. So what are your options? Should you give up jeans this summer? Is there a way to wear denim in hot weather without sweating your b@!!$ off? Well yes – there is! FYI – the images and information in this article are courtesy of Buckley Denim and Lee Jeans. Both are great…
  • How To Sew On A Button | Step By Step Visual Guide | Sewing On Buttons

    Antonio
    10 Jul 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Had a button pop off my shirt last week. Two weeks before that I wanted to replace all the buttons on my blazer. Just yesterday I noticed the top button on my favorite two-button sport jacket was about to come off. So yeah, it helps to know how to sew on a button! But do you know how?   In the info-graphic below I show you exactly how to do it in detail so that you can even hand off the task to someone who has never handled a needle and thread! This new men’s style info-graphic is brought to you by my friends over at Lee Jeans. I’m wearing their modern series denim right now…
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    Amazing Cigar Bargains

  • StogieBoys.com ACB Special Offer

    Carl
    16 Jul 2014 | 3:29 pm
    Hey all, I just wanted to let you know about the new Amazing Cigar Bargains special offer page over at Stogie Boys.  If you click their banner above, you can always check to see what the latest deal is.  It is a pretty cool addition so make sure you thank the people over at Stogie Boys!
  • Cigar.com Introductory Sampler (5 Cigars) $5

    Carl
    25 Jun 2014 | 6:29 am
    Just got a heads up from Hosey that Cigar.com has their Cigar.com Introductory Sampler available for only $5! Sampler Contains: Ramón Bueso Genesis XIKAR HC Series Maduro Cigar.com American Label Sosa Gurkha Class Regent
  • Cigar Place Introductory Sampler (5 Cigars) $14.95

    Carl
    29 May 2014 | 7:39 am
    Just got an email from Richard letting us know that CigarPlace.biz has their Cigar Place Introductory Sampler available for $14.95.  Looks like a good deal, check it out! Combo Includes: Gurkha Status Maduro Torpedo – 6 1/2 x 52 Rocky Patel Vintage 1992 Torpedo – 6 1/4 x 52 Chateau Real Gran Templar – 6 x 52 Gran Habano Vintage 2002 Robusto – 5 x 50 Oliva Serie G Toro – 6 x 50
  • StogieBoys Hot Daily and Cigar Don Deals

    Carl
    6 May 2014 | 12:41 pm
    Hey everyone!  Just as a heads up, StogieBoys has been a great sponsor for the site and I wanted to remind you that they have a Hot Daily Deal that is updated daily and also their Cigar Don featured deals that update every Thursday.  Anyway, check them out and let them know we sent you!
  • Another Top-Shelf Humidor Combo (10 Cigars) $29.99

    Carl
    6 May 2014 | 8:56 am
    Cigars International has their Another Top-Shelf Humidor Combo available for $29.99. CI’s Top-Shelf Humidor Combo includes: 2 – Gurkha Vintage Shaggy Gran Rothschild (6.5” x 55) 2 – Gurkha Warlord Super Toro (6.75” x 60) 2 – Gurkha Beast Toro (6.5” x 56) 2 – Gurkha Centurian Double Perfecto (6” x 60) 2 – Gurkha Beauty Toro (6.5” x 56) 1 – Whitetail Glasstop Humidor (50 Capacity) Offer expires Monday, April 28th at 11:59pm EST, or while supplies last.​
 
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    HockeyDino

  • Thank You and Good Bye!

    Hockeydino
    5 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
    P.S. It really was the best of times and the worst of times. If you like or dislike this post, please share it. - Website: http://www.hockeydino.com - Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/hockeydinoblog - Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockeydino - Podcast: http://podcastomatic.com/podcast/hockeydino/ - Patronage: http://www.patreon.com/hockeydino Copyright 2014 Hockeydino All Rights Reserved. Truth Sports Liberty Chicks
  • I'm So Important

    Hockeydino
    4 Jul 2014 | 6:00 pm
    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.  I went to watch a parade on the Fourth of July.  It was nice.  It was great to see community come together for a "free" good wholesome American event.  Everyone was in a good mood, the weather was perfect.  Alot of laughing, waving, smiling.   Good stuff.There was though one thing that was not good though.  They loaded the parade with politicians.  U.S. Congressman.   Each walked and shook hands with people.  People didn't know who they were.  People didn't care who they were.
  • Never Forever

    Hockeydino
    3 Jul 2014 | 7:00 pm
    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. I've been trying to think what lasts forever. Does love last forever?  They say it does although it changes and can be fleeting.  Does the landscape last forever?  No that changes if not super slowly.   Does water last forever?  Yeah it might albeit in different forms.  Water might be it.  Air might be it.  Although both potentially could be burned up or changed so much that it is not the same form worth using. Do memories last forever?  No, not really.  We know that changes and goes away.
  • The End Is Near

    Hockeydino
    2 Jul 2014 | 7:00 pm
    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.THE END IS NEAR If you like or dislike this post, please share it. - Website: http://www.hockeydino.com - Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/hockeydinoblog - Twitter: http://twitter.com/hockeydino - Podcast: http://podcastomatic.com/podcast/hockeydino/ - Patronage: http://www.patreon.com/hockeydino Copyright 2014 Hockeydino All Rights Reserved. Truth Sports Liberty Chicks
  • Forced Fed Culture

    Hockeydino
    1 Jul 2014 | 6:00 pm
    It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.  When I'm watching the news in the morning I can't help but be bothered, yes bothered by the fact that everything given to me is spoon fed.  Everything is shoved down my throat.Someone is making a decision that a certain television commercial is going to make me want to buy their product.  Some news director is choosing a story that he thinks I will care about it.  Someone who made those television commercials thinks I will like what they put out there.The mass fed marketing and news, the shot gun effect really really…
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  • It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Sazerac

    Christopher Buecheler
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:48 am
    Our weekly recommendation.Check out It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Sazerac on Primer.
  • The Getup: Go Anywhere, Do Anything

    Andrew Snavely
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:07 pm
    Considered by Reddit’s Male Fashion Advice community to be “Uniform 3.0” a blue oxford and olive chinos are a safe, and sharp, look no matter where you’re heading. A simple shoe change can completely change the dressiness of the outfit.Check out The Getup: Go Anywhere, Do Anything on Primer.
  • The Haircut: Chris Pratt

    admin
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:36 am
    A how-to by barber Zach Linhardt of Lakeside Barbershop, Oklahoma City.Check out The Haircut: Chris Pratt on Primer.
  • A Letter to My Younger Self: 10 Years in the Making

    Chris Nesi
    20 Jul 2014 | 11:54 pm
    If your 33 year old self could warn your 23 year old self about the tough mistakes made in that decade, what would he say?Check out A Letter to My Younger Self: 10 Years in the Making on Primer.
  • It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Manhattan

    Christopher Buecheler
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:08 am
    Our weekly recommendation. Check out It’s Friday … Have a Drink: Manhattan on Primer.
 
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  • ‘Evil Dead’ TV Series On The Way: Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell ‘Involved’

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    If you think Ash is one of the 10 best movie heroes to ever live — like we do — then you’re going to dig the little tidbit Sam Raimi dropped today at the Screen Gems panel at San Diego Comic-Con. According to Raimi, he is writing a pilot of Evil Dead for television, and Bruce Campbell will be involved. In what sense, we still don’t know, but considering the way that the remake ended, we’re hopeful for more Ash time in the near future.While an Evil Dead TV series could go in another direction, Raimi and Campbell’s actions surrounding the 2013 remake and…
  • Crappy Children’s Art By, Who Else, Maddox!

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:45 pm
    On the Internet, there are three types of people: those who try to be funny, those who occasionally are funny, and Maddox. Since 1996, he’s been writing hilarious essays over at TheBestPageInTheUniverse.com, and has even published a book entitled The Alphabet of Manliness that is, quite frankly, must-read material for anyone who claims to be of the male gender.Now he’s back with an expanded version of one of his funniest bits — Crappy Children’s Art. Maddox is the first and best guy in the world to ever dare grade children’s art work, and he is one harsh critic.
  • The Death Of Superman Lives: What Happened? Trailer

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Nic Cage as Superman? Chris Rock as Jimmy Olsen? Brainiac as the villain? A regenerative supersuit? How did this movie not get made? That’s what Jon Schnepp’s new documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? hopes to answer. Featuring interviews with Tim Burton and a number of people who worked on the production, and even including rare footage of Cage as Superman, this is must-see programming.We’ve told you about it before, back in its Kickstarter days, but Schnepp has done a lot of development since then, and now has a trailer ready for us. The team is still in…
  • The Defender: ‘Smart’ Personal Protection

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The Defender is a product for anyone concerned about personal protection and peace of mind. This device integrates elements of products and services found separately and combines them, expertly and elegantly, into one compact personal accessory.The Defender is a self-defense tool, a mobile medical alert device, and a 24/7 monitoring service, achieved by leveraging the communication technology of a smartphone coupled with a digital camera to capture and forward an attacker’s picture to law enforcement. It also features a flashing light and audible alarm to attract attention, plus the highest…
  • Kramerica Industries! Kramer’s Best And Worst Business Ideas

    Aric Mitchell
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    It’s no secret around these parts that we’re crazy about the Sein, and if you like any sitcom from about 1993 to the present day, you should at the very least appreciate it for the shows that it’s influenced. This year, many of us are celebrating the 25th anniversary of The Show About Nothing’s debut, and you can’t talk Seinfeld without a Kramer being involved. That’s why we’ve decided to put together a list of the best and worst ideas of Cosmo Kramer during the show’s nine-season run. Let’s get started!Best: The Bladder SystemIn “The Voice,” episode two of the ninth and…
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  • Sponsored: Ian Poulter: Moment of Truth

    Guest
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:44 pm
    It’s quite rare where a short film comes along and moves us, but this may well be one of the very few. In a year of the recent (and quite awesome Open) coming back to Great British Champion, and an event more special as golf and the Ryder Cup come up to roost at Glen Eagles in Scotland, we shouldn’t be surprised when someone make their mark in video. Ballantine’s and their new golf division challenged Ian Poulter to honesty and frankness, and the chance to share the one moment in his life when everything became real. As with so many pros, it comes down to qualifying school,…
  • 2015 Smart ‘Fortwo’ and ‘Forfour’

    Saunders
    22 Jul 2014 | 3:27 am
    This week saw the European release of the new Smart car range, yes the ‘Fortwo’ and ‘Forfour’ will gain a much needed refresh. We headed over to Berlin for the launch to see what baby Mercedes brand had to offer with the new models. As the title suggests, Smart have launched two new models a 2015 ‘Fortwo’, a three door, two seater very similar to the smart car that we all know and err…love, and the 2015 ‘Forfour’ a 5 door, 4 seater. But what can we expect? Well to start off, a fact. Where in London we have the Boris bike, in Berlin they…
  • Bounce Below Review

    Dan
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:08 am
    You have to go a long way into Snowden National Park, then a little way underground, to find the all new Bounce Below; a ridiculously imagined experience involving an abandoned slate quarry cavern, a network of suspended trampolines, a 60ft slide, a lot of lighting and a ton of fun. We took a trip to Llechwedd in Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales; to have a good old bounce about and see what all the fuss was about. Setting up Bounce Below was not an easy task, with over 4,500 man hours going into clearing the rubble and debris that had piled up inside the cavern, all without the aid of any mechanical…
  • F1 : German Grand Prix Preview

    MJF
    19 Jul 2014 | 4:54 am
    It’s all been about the Mercedes duo in these past two races, with Hamilton’s home race at Silverstone two week ago and Nico’s home Grand Prix coming up this weekend. The potential for another turning point in the season means it’s not to be missed, especially qualifying if the previous races are anything to go by! British Grand Prix Recap Yet again, another Saturday which produced drama in a rain filled qualifying session. It all started in the first session when neither of the hotly tipped Williams’ or Ferrari’s made it out of Q1. In the final session,…
  • TK Maxx: Festival Style

    Saunders
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:39 am
    The festival season is well and truly upon us, and with some strange twist of fate, the weather seems to be on the side of the British for once, and the storms just make it that little bit more exciting don’t they? So the sun may have its hat on and is ready to go, but what about you? How’s your festival ‘get up’ looking? Well I can tell you, it’s not great. But fear not, as we’re here with a few picks from TK Maxx to pimp up your festival woes and get you looking ready for the campsite. On the top This year is all about the short sleeve shirts (not check!)…
 
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  • The Walking Dead Season 5 Trailer

    Staff
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:09 pm
    The folks at AMC have officially debuted the trailer for season 5 of The Walking Dead, and this season looks to be the most exciting yet. San Diego Comic Con kicks off this week, and that means plenty of news … Continue reading →
  • The 38 Greatest Churches In The World

    Robert James
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    If you’re building a temple to God, you’ll want it to look good. You’ll probably want what you’re building to be the greatest thing you ever did. This is likely why churches are some of our most beautiful and inspiring creations. Because, let’s be honest, you want God to … Continue reading →
  • Wetter is Better: The 6 Best Water Shoes

    M. W. Byrne
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:57 am
    Aqua Socks. Those hideously tacky things you would wear while walking along the beach wearing your Rude Dog tee-shirt and listening to Ice, Ice Baby on your Walkman. Well, get ready to crank the wayback machine up to 88 miles … Continue reading →
  • Beats By Dre Headquarters

    Sam Jordan
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:03 am
    Can you imagine the intense pressure on a company like Beats to have a supremely cool office building? First of all, there’s the whole Dr. Dre thing, and then you get bought by perhaps the most innovative company of all … Continue reading →
  • NES30 Classic Nintendo Controller For Modern Gaming

    Sam Jordan
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:21 am
    Nostalgia; it’s quite a powerful drug. It’s so powerful that even though the video game controller has arguably been fine tuned to perfection, if you grew up in the 80s, you might still yearn for a simple rectangular NES gamepad … Continue reading →
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  • 5 Things You Should Know About Putting A Ring On It

    Unplugged Staff
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:13 pm
    Put your hands up if you know how to put a ring on it. For most, buying diamonds is a new experience, but that doesn’t mean it should be an overwhelming process. From shape, cut, color, carat weight, clarity, and diamond grading certifications, there is so much to consider when buying the perfect ring. Deciding to propose can be scary, but for the guy that knows nothing about engagement rings asking yourself a few simple questions can help you make a clear decision.What’s Your Budget? Can you afford to put a ring on it? Budget is important and you should only buy a ring that won’t…
  • Cheating Isn’t Cheap: Secret Cell Phones, Airline Tickets, Hotel Rooms, And Expensive Jewelry

    Unplugged Staff
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:47 am
    No one wants to be the side girl, but some women are willing to accept that role at the expense of your wallet. If you are that guy who wants his cake and ice cream, marital infidelity will cost you big time. Being somebody else’s guy isn’t hard, but if you are considering having a forbidden love affair you may want to think before you cheat.According to a recent survey conducted by a U.K. retail company researching American spending habits, the average affair lasts six months and costs $444 a month, or $2,664 in total. The survey broke down the expenses incurred in a typical fling,…
  • Sponsored Post: Roger Federer and Lindsay Vonn Lindt #ChocolateHeaven Challenge Atop Aletsch Glacier in Switzerland

    Unplugged Staff
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:35 am
    Last week, we told you all about tennis champ Roger Federer challenging ski legend Lindsey Vonn to an event in #ChocolateHeaven while sitting in his hotel room in Switzerland, the home of Lindt chocolate. The challenge was finally revealed and you will never believe what it was or, better yet, where it was. Of course his challenge included a game of tennis, but the match was no ordinary match. Federer challenged Vonn to a tennis match atop the Jungfraujoch on the Aletsch glacier, against the backdrop of the Bernese Alps.Watch Roger Federer and Lindsey Vonn event in #ChocolateHeaven: VIDEO:…
  • United Arrows x New Balance 25th Anniversary Collection

    Unplugged Staff
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:11 pm
    In recognition of New Balance’s 25th anniversary, Japan’s United Arrow collaborated and remixed both the 1400 and 996 silhouettes. Reminiscent of the Nike Air Max 1 “Liquid Gold” and “Liquid Silver” sneakers released earlier this year, the United Arrows x New Balance sneakers are worth a second look. The well-balanced designs offer the familiar classic look with a modern edge.Beige leather of natural tones were used to recreate a modern spin on the 1400 while metallic silver was used for the 996 to provoke the feeling of mix futuristic. Changes were made to the…
  • Jordan Brand Shows “RE2PECT” To Derek Jeter

    Unplugged Staff
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:53 am
    How can you not tip your hat to the man who is Derek Jeter? To celebrate his retirement from the game of baseball, Jordan Brand produced an enduring TV spot culminating the love and “RE2PECT” that is shared by the masses for their first brand-endorsed baseball athlete. Notable individuals that pay homage to the Captain in the new Jordan Brand commercial include: Jay-Z, Joe Torre, John Lackey, Rudy Giuliani, Mariano Rivera, Carmelo Anthony, Tiger Woods and Billy Crystal, Andy Pettite, rapper Action Bronson, skater Eric Kosten, Spike Lee, Maya Moore, Jeanie Buss and Phil Jackson. As…
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  • 3 Ways To Get Back In The Game After A Diet Failure

    Steve Siebold
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    So you’ve started out on a new diet with the best of intentions, only to mess it up a few days later. The important thing to remember is this: we’ve all done it, and to use that moment as a teaching lesson rather than beating yourself up over it. Success in any endeavor requires a hundred percent commitment, which is the reason most people don’t succeed. Short cuts never work, and the consciousness that searches for them will destroy your results in other areas of your life as well. If you’re fat and want to be fit, comply fully or resolve to struggle with extra weight for the rest of…
  • 5 Ways You Can Achieve Balance In Life

    Carol Morgan
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Are you always stressed about money, your job, your kids, or, well, your whole life? And do you ever catch yourself saying, “All I want is more balance in my life!” If you have, then you are not alone. In fact, I know way too many people who are over-scheduled, over-worked, and over-stressed. If that is you, then read on. I have five tips to help you achieve more balance in life. Ways To Keep Your Life Happy And Balanced 1. Just say “no” Sounds easy enough, right? Well, not for many people. There are a lot of people pleasers in the word. If you are one of them, then you need…
  • The Dangers Of Gluten And Why You Need To Stop Eating It

    Dr. Doni Wilson
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Do you know someone who has gone gluten-free? Odds are, you do. Gluten-free living is all the rage, but few know exactly what gluten is and how it impacts our bodies. Let’s clear up the confusion here – it’s quite simple, actually. After years of research and observing thousands of patients feel better off gluten, not to mention myself, I am happy to shed light on the mystery of gluten, and explain the dangers of gluten, as well as how it can cause stress in your body. What is Gluten? Gluten is the protein aspect of certain grains, including wheat, barley, rye and spelt. Related: Is…
  • 3 Ways You Can Achieve Success by Surrendering

    Judith Orloff MD
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Like many of us, I lead a busy life. I want to accomplish a lot. I want to achieve success. That’s why surrender is so important to me. What Is Surrendering? Though the word “surrender” may seem to be the complete opposite of success–it’s wrongly associated with weakness and defeat–knowing when to be assertive and when to let go is the secret to manifesting power, success, and intuition in all areas of life. Otherwise, you can sabotage success by being too pushy or a control freak. Related: How To Achieve Success One Step At A Time Surrendering removes roadblocks and the…
  • QUIZ: What Workout Are You?

    Sammy Nickalls
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Which workout best fits your personality? Find out which workout you’d be with this quick quiz! Featured image by jonclegg Quiz images by epyk.com, Jess Tran, Lauren Finkel Photography, metrifit.com, powerpressive.com, @Twitter, c1.staticflickr.com, exercisemenu.com, MudMapImages, ChadCooperPhotos, www.AlastairHumphreys.com, wikimedia.org, dailyhiit.com, greg westfall, T Hedgwood, canadianpharmacies.com, and Remy Zed QUIZ: What Workout Are You?
 
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  • Friday Inspiration #69

    Bogdan
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:18 am
    Friday Inspiration #69 This is the Original Friday Inspiration series - amazing things that we handpicked to inspire you to greatness. You have a full weekend ahead, so use it wisely and don’t waste your days of rest on resting! If you haven’t had time to think about summer plans, we’re more than happy to offer some suggestions. We’re all for chilling in one place with a drink in your hand, but we feel that summer days ask for something more adventurous. Don’t be afraid to have new experiences – this is what life is all about. Rent an off-road convertible (if you don’t…
  • 5 Of The Best Adverts From The Motoring World

    Bogdan
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:31 am
    5 Of The Best Adverts From The Motoring World Every year, car manufacturers from around the globe spend billions of dollars of their hard-earned cash on advertising in an effort to promote and show off their latest offerings. Interestingly, it has been found that car companies are, in fact, one of the biggest spenders out of any industry when it comes to advertising; splurging out more on commercials than film producers and pharmaceutical companies combined. Rather unfortunately, most of the commercials that are produced by car companies are sleep-inducing and irritating due to the fact that…
  • Get Yourself And Your Stuff Lost In This Sofa

    June
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:04 am
    Get Yourself And Your Stuff Lost In This SofaThis sofa is what functional designs should be all about. Granted, this sort of art also comes with an above average price, but the classic look with an edge will make it a staple piece in your home for years to come. Daisuke Motogi, the creator, called it “Lost in Sofa”, giving a pretty straight forward description of its unique purpose. The Japanese designer played on people’s misfortune of letting coins, phones or remotes slide between the couch cushions, only to be found after a great deal of time and stress, and created a…
  • Luxurious Camping: Lotus Belle Tents

    June
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:16 am
    Luxurious Camping: Lotus Belle TentsBeing a nature buff or a really devoted camper doesn’t always mean that you have to trade comfort for small and damp places to sleep in, or that your belongings have to be hung in a tree because they don’t fit inside your already tiny tent. For the more claustrophobic among you, today we’re featuring a cool Turkish looking tent, which can not only be used as a retreat where you wait for your army to come back from war, but also for a lot of other fun purposes. The luxurious tents go by the name of Lotus Belle and they come in only two…
  • TrackR Bravo. The Thinnest Item Tracking Device

    June
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:13 am
    TrackR Bravo. The Thinnest Item Tracking DeviceIt seems to us that in the last couple of years the market of item tracking devices has slowly but surely gained some interesting new additions and even though there’s only so much that such a device can do, the start-up companies creating them haven’t gone out of ideas for fun features just yet. Today we’re showing you the TrackR bravo – a small, elegant item tracker, which its creators have marketed as the thinnest device of its kind ever designed. The concept of the TrackR has been molded since the founders of the…
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  • 3 Ways To Get Back In The Game After A Diet Failure

    Steve Siebold
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    So you’ve started out on a new diet with the best of intentions, only to mess it up a few days later. The important thing to remember is this: we’ve all done it, and to use that moment as a teaching lesson rather than beating yourself up over it. Success in any endeavor requires a hundred percent commitment, which is the reason most people don’t succeed. Short cuts never work, and the consciousness that searches for them will destroy your results in other areas of your life as well. If you’re fat and want to be fit, comply fully or resolve to struggle with extra weight for the rest of…
  • 5 Ways You Can Achieve Balance In Life

    Carol Morgan
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Are you always stressed about money, your job, your kids, or, well, your whole life? And do you ever catch yourself saying, “All I want is more balance in my life!” If you have, then you are not alone. In fact, I know way too many people who are over-scheduled, over-worked, and over-stressed. If that is you, then read on. I have five tips to help you achieve more balance in life. Ways To Keep Your Life Happy And Balanced 1. Just say “no” Sounds easy enough, right? Well, not for many people. There are a lot of people pleasers in the word. If you are one of them, then you need…
  • The Dangers Of Gluten And Why You Need To Stop Eating It

    Dr. Doni Wilson
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Do you know someone who has gone gluten-free? Odds are, you do. Gluten-free living is all the rage, but few know exactly what gluten is and how it impacts our bodies. Let’s clear up the confusion here – it’s quite simple, actually. After years of research and observing thousands of patients feel better off gluten, not to mention myself, I am happy to shed light on the mystery of gluten, and explain the dangers of gluten, as well as how it can cause stress in your body. What is Gluten? Gluten is the protein aspect of certain grains, including wheat, barley, rye and spelt. Related: Is…
  • 3 Ways You Can Achieve Success by Surrendering

    Judith Orloff MD
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Like many of us, I lead a busy life. I want to accomplish a lot. I want to achieve success. That’s why surrender is so important to me. What Is Surrendering? Though the word “surrender” may seem to be the complete opposite of success–it’s wrongly associated with weakness and defeat–knowing when to be assertive and when to let go is the secret to manifesting power, success, and intuition in all areas of life. Otherwise, you can sabotage success by being too pushy or a control freak. Related: How To Achieve Success One Step At A Time Surrendering removes roadblocks and the…
  • QUIZ: What Workout Are You?

    Sammy Nickalls
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Which workout best fits your personality? Find out which workout you’d be with this quick quiz! Featured image by jonclegg Quiz images by epyk.com, Jess Tran, Lauren Finkel Photography, metrifit.com, powerpressive.com, @Twitter, c1.staticflickr.com, exercisemenu.com, MudMapImages, ChadCooperPhotos, www.AlastairHumphreys.com, wikimedia.org, dailyhiit.com, greg westfall, T Hedgwood, canadianpharmacies.com, and Remy Zed QUIZ: What Workout Are You?
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  • 16 Menswear Style Rules Broken by the Experts

    Jacob Sigala
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 am
    Traditionally, menswear has been limited to a generic suit and tie, but there’s much more to men’s style than meets the eye.  The GentleManual set out to see if there were any established menswear style rules that style experts would recommend breaking or proudly sporting with panache. We asked some of the leading menswear style gurus what their rules to break are and what personal style means to them. 1. Rule to Break: Don’t Mix Different Patterns “When it comes to breaking the fashion rules men tend to play it safe never risking pushing the boat too far for…
  • The Gentleman’s Guide to Men’s Summer Suits

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:33 am
    The summer months are here and with them come an undoubted vibe of ease and relaxation. Though this laid back season may translate to a lenience in terms of dress code, there is no excuse for sloppy attire. So, how does the modern day gentleman dress sharply for the office, a meeting, or an event during the hot summer season? Every workplace will have different dress code policies, especially when it comes to summer, but in general, you should always follow the same rule: no matter the weather, it is always important to look professional, appropriate and, if you please, stylish. (Side note:…
  • Four 4th of July Looks to Celebrate USA’s Special Day

    Zoe Archer
    27 Jun 2014 | 9:40 am
    This 4th of July, ditch the Uncle Sam hat and show off your patriotic side in an Americana inspired outfit from The GentleManual’s style guide. From patriotic ties to the perfect red boat shoes, our guide features great unique pieces that you can mix and match all year long. This year, choose a look with the perfect amount of red, white, and blue to show your pride and catch everyone’s eye.   1. Straw Hat: ASOS 2. American Flag Bow Tie : Ties.com 3. Suede Chukka Boots: 1901 4. Pink Cuff Shirt: Topman 5. Web Belt: J. Crew 6. Cotton/Linen Pants: Zara   1. Watch:…
  • The 2014 FIFA World Cup: Everything You Need to Know

    Rachel-Jean Firchau
    13 Jun 2014 | 9:09 am
    You’ve probably heard of the 2014 FIFA World Cup by now, either on TV or social media, even if you don’t have a clue what it actually is. Soccer isn’t exactly the preferred sport of the average American gentleman (for now), but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be able to enjoy all that the World Cup has to offer. Similar to how America adores football (hence the over 115.5 million viewers tuning in to the Super Bowl earlier this year) soccer unites nations on a grander scale all over the world. National Geographic deemed soccer “The World’s Game: the universality of soccer…
  • How to Sew a Button: A Step-By-Step Video and Guide

    Jennifer Song
    30 May 2014 | 8:59 am
    Sewing isn’t just a ladies’ game. A true gentleman should know the basics of sewing too. At one point or another, we’ve all had a shirt button fall off or found our jacket missing a button. Instead of accepting a loss on your favorite shirt or jacket, our step-by-step guide will show you how to fix a loose or missing button. Though it may be convenient to take it to your personal tailor (aka your mom or girlfriend), you can’t count on that when you’re in a pinch. With these simple steps, you’ll be able to sew your button in ten minutes or less with these…
 
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    Masculine Evolution

  • I Shunned The Man That Saved Me

    Andy Fogarty
    16 Jul 2014 | 8:11 am
    I owe my life to one man. A man I’ve never met. A man I’ve communicated with three times. The last of which was two years ago in an email telling me I’m a fraud trying “suck every last penny from hard working people” — basically how horrible of a person I am. And he was right. I was a horrible person. “We don’t just want to be seen. We want to be significant.” I heard that line while watching House of Cards on Netflix last night. Jill was at roller derby practice and the kids were in bed. It’s the only time I have to watch it. I immediately thought of Jason (not his…
  • Meditation Is Broken

    Andy Fogarty
    11 Jul 2014 | 9:05 pm
    I have a morning routine I’ve practiced everyday for little over a year. You could call it my meditation time, although I would cringe a little. I wake up around 5:30 or 6:00 (depending  if wine, bourbon, or tea was involved the night before) so I can be alone with prayer and gratitude. It starts my day in the right mindset. It’s a kind of armor for me. I try to be quite as possible to not wake the girls, but… any parent knows how that usually goes. My first emotion when hearing one of them stumble into the room is annoyance. “Ugh. Why is she awake? It’s 6:30 in…
  • How Hypocrites Become Our Heroes

    Andy Fogarty
    26 Apr 2014 | 6:48 am
    I’m a hypocrite. And just in case I wasn’t fully aware of it, friends are emailing to inform me of my hypocrisy. With friends like that who needs enemies, right? That’s how I felt reading the email…over and over and over again. As I sat there growing more pissed off I realized every word in the email was TRUE! You see, I’d been blinding myself to the real reality of a few areas in my life. Areas that were (some still are) causing cracks in my integrity — limiting how people see and trust me. Even more, I started to see the hypocrisy of my own heroes! And…
  • How to get your favorite expert to help you

    Andy Fogarty
    10 Feb 2014 | 8:38 pm
    Successful people have an unfair advantage over you. It’s the same advantage they’ve used to get where they are today. Rocketing past others who, in many cases, were more talented. If you were to ask men like Michael Jordan, Lewis Howes, Richard Branson, Tony Hawk, and even the President the top few reasons they’ve achieved such high levels of success they would all tell you the same thing. And although hard work is the obvious answer, it’s not the answer we’re talking about today. Anyone can work hard, but not just anyone is chosen to share in the unfair…
  • Lifted: How To End One Type Of Long-Term Stress

    Andy Fogarty
    30 Jan 2014 | 7:40 pm
    Stressed out? You’re not alone. More than half of working adults, and 47 percent of all Americans, say they’re concerned with the amount of stress in their lives. And for good reason. For years we’ve heard the harms long-term stress inflicts on the body… …weakens your immune system, makes you fat, heart disease, hard to control emotions, kills confidence, sex life suffers (sometimes in embarrassing ways. ED anyone?), and aging you by 15 years are just a few. Even if your health is great, you’re still not safe from the damage long-term stress will inflict if…
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  • 10 Classic Ferrari’s Become the Most Valuable Auction at Over $65M

    Craig Yee
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:58 am
    It does not happen everyday that a group of classic Ferrari’s worth a combined total of over $65 million dollars get together for a Bonhams auction. The ten Ferrari’s coming up for auction on August 15 used to be part of the Maranello Rosso Museum Collection, located in the Republic of San Marino, Italy. Each of these classic Ferrari’s is as exclusive as it is beautiful, and that is echoed in their reserve prices, which ranges from $700,000 to $12 million. On top of every Ferrari collectors list will be the 1953 Ferrari 250 Mille Miglia Berlinetta (photo above). This car…
  • Dudepins Morning Roundup – A Man’s Language

    Evan McTavish
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:49 am
    Brought to you by our friends at Dudepins. If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” -Nelson Mandela   Dudepins Morning Roundup – A Man’s Language is a post from: Urbasm
  • 7 Women Every Man Should Date

    Doc Hollandaise
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:01 am
    There are seven wonderfully wicked women that every man should date at least once in his lifetime. This is so that he can decide the kind of woman he may want to eventually settle down with. And to tell you the truth, these women each have their own good points that will make the entire experience completely enjoyable. Look, touch, tease, and take your time with each one of these ladies, gentlemen–because there are over seven species of fish in the big sea, which means there is plenty of time for seconds or thirds. 1. Loose Leanne Loose Leanne absolutely loves to have sex. In fact, she…
  • First Date Tips – Top 10 with Dave and Ethan

    Eric J. Leech
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:28 pm
    Struggling with what to say or do on a first date? Our friends, Dave and Ethan, share their top 10 tips for first date success: Get more dating tips: How to Seduce a Woman: Insider Tips from a Female Dating Expert The Art of Seduction: Interview with Zan Perrion Are You Playing the Dating Game on Hard Mode?   First Date Tips – Top 10 with Dave and Ethan is a post from: Urbasm
  • Best Selfie of the Year Awards

    Eric J. Leech
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:47 am
    “Oh Sh*t” Selfies are a viral sham under most circumstances. This is because the vast majority are boring, self-serving, uninteresting, and positively unimaginative. However, there are some very rare occasions when a selfie is truly inspirational, impressive, and worthy of at least three-seconds of your attention. And the Nominees for “Best Selfie of the Year” go to: Arrested Development   Worst-Best Photoshop   Bosom Buddies   Astral-Projections   On Top of the World   Secret Sauce   Top Gun   Being Nicki Minaj   Auto Pilot…
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  • Selfies Drawn by Strangers (20 Pics)

    The Russian
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Ever wanted to take selfies and have strangers draw an interpretation of them? Well, now you can! French Girls App lets you upload a selfie, and someone will draw a portrait for you. Awesome? I think so! Just check out these awesome selfies drawn by complete strangers! See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Selfies Drawn by Strangers (20 Pics)
  • Watch This Ferrari 458 Tear Up The Streets of Vancouver

    The Russian
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:54 am
    Ozan Biron is no stranger to making amazing short films, but his latest “Crook” is outstanding! It features an Asian mob, a Ferrari 458 Italia and some serious sound porn for your ears. Watch the video below as this Ferrari 458 tears up the streets of Vancouver, Canada. Be sure to check out some more [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Watch This Ferrari 458 Tear Up The Streets of Vancouver
  • 20 Funny Experiences of Growing Up Russian in America

    The Russian
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Growing up Russian in America can be interesting… from mom’s delicious food to non-traditional home remedies for sunburn, these 20 funny experiences give us a glimpse of Russian-American life in the states. 1. Having so much food on the table at every single party your parents host that can last for weeks when the party [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: 20 Funny Experiences of Growing Up Russian in America
  • Lebron’s Coming Home Essay in Morgan Freeman’s Voice

    The Russian
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:41 am
    When it comes to Lebron James, you either love em or hate em… for us here at Classy Bro, we love the guy. Despite making some controversial decisions in his career, he’s still one of the best players the league has ever seen. Frank Caliendo broke out his Morgan Freeman impression to read Lebron’s “Coming [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Lebron’s Coming Home Essay in Morgan Freeman’s Voice
  • 10 Drinking Games You Should Be Playing Right Now

    The Russian
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:01 pm
    Let’s face it… summer is here and we need more reasons to get hammered. There’s no better way to spend a summer vacation than getting obliterated with friends. Here are 10 drinking games that are a sure way to liven up the party! And if you need some shot suggestions, check out these super manly [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: 10 Drinking Games You Should Be Playing Right Now
 
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  • Gaza Cease-Fire Still Just Out Of Reach: What Does Each Side Want?

    MadeManSociety
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Made Man Society Secretary of State John Kerry is trying again to broker a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, as casualty counts rise inexorably higher. NPR's Emily Harris explains both sides' demands. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Gaza Cease-Fire Still Just Out Of Reach: What Does Each Side Want? appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: In Cairo, First Steps Taken On Gnarled Path To Gaza Cease-Fire Kerry’s Aim In Egypt: First, Get Israel And Hamas To Cease Fire A Brief Lull Shatters In Gaza, As Cease-Fire Falls Apart
  • For Islamic State, Victories In Iraq Mean Momentum In Syria

    MadeManSociety
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Made Man Society The militant group that calls itself the Islamic State have begun a new round of fighting with the Syrian regime, surrounding a base outside its stronghold in Raqqa and launching offensives in Aleppo province and Kurdish regions. The death toll in Syria this week reportedly has reached 1,700, most of whom are combatants of one sort or another. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article For Islamic State, Victories In Iraq Mean Momentum In Syria appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Islamists Face Little Resistance In Their March Across Iraq In…
  • Army War College Opens A Probe Into Sen. Walsh’s Alleged Plagiarism

    MadeManSociety
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Made Man Society The U.S. Army War College has determined in a preliminary review that Sen. John Walsh of Montana appeared to have plagiarized his final paper to earn a master's degree. An investigative panel is reviewing the evidence. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Army War College Opens A Probe Into Sen. Walsh’s Alleged Plagiarism appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: War College to Investigate Plagiarism Allegations Montana Sen. Walsh Says PTSD May Have Played A Role In His Plagiarism GAO To Probe State-Based Health Exchanges
  • Pa. Hospital Sees Gun Fight Between Psychiatrist And Patient

    MadeManSociety
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Made Man Society On Thursday, a psychiatric patient opened fire at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital outside Philadelphia, killing a caseworker and injuring his psychiatrist. The psychiatrist returned fire with a gun of his own, injuring the gunman. Both patient and psychiatrist survived the gun fight. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Pa. Hospital Sees Gun Fight Between Psychiatrist And Patient appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Afghan Hospital Guard Kills 3 American Doctors Three Americans Dead After Shooting At Kabul Hospital Silencing Many Hospital…
  • Central American Leaders Stop By White House To Talk Border Crisis

    MadeManSociety
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    Made Man Society Central American presidents met with President Obama, discussing the influx of unaccompanied children crossing the border. So far, Obama has not seen eye to eye with Congress on possible solutions. Made Man Society - The Foundation to a Better Man This article Central American Leaders Stop By White House To Talk Border Crisis appeared first on Made Man Society. Related posts: Central American Leaders: Immigrant Children Are A Shared Problem Addressing Border Crisis, Politicians Find Invitation In Misperception In Central America, Attempts To Cross U.S. Border Like…
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  • Why Shaving Made Us Men

    Douglas Smythe
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:31 am
    What does it mean to be a man? Is it simply our gender that differentiates us from the fairer sex? Often times, when people think of a “man”, they think of a courageous or valiant man in battle, business or family life. In the past, being a man meant you were a hunter, provider, and defender of your kin and land. It also meant you possessed skills to accomplish whatever was set in front of you. However, as our modern world continues to make life easier, the attributes of a man have evolved and changed. At the beginning of the 20th century, men were part of a similar evolution in…
  • Moustache & Blade Podcast – Episode 35: How to Make Florida Water + More Brews & Blades

    Douglas Smythe
    20 Jul 2014 | 6:47 pm
     In Episode 35 of Moustache & Blade we will be learning how to create our own Florida Water Cologne w/ Douglas Smythe’s quick and easy recipe! We will also be checking in with our listeners, concluding “Dye Like A Man“, Doug’s on going saga and lastly, More Brews & Beers!   This week on Brews & Beers Douglas, Matt and Tiffany Pisarcik of Razor Emporium explore some more unusual Gillette specimens and then Douglas tries to stump the razor collecting chump, Matt! All this and more folks in Episode 35 of Moustache & Blade! Florida Water Recipe: 2…
  • Lima, Peru after Dark

    Douglas Smythe
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:47 am
    Tonearhacer la juergaparrandearchuparchelearser jaranista: The list of Peruvian slang for “drink” or “party” is seemingly endless. And with good reason. In Lima, the festivities start on Thursday night, with “after office” (i.e. happy hour) gatherings in bars and restaurants, and continue into the early hours of Sunday morning, when the bedraggled jaraneros stumble home to sleep off the night’s excesses. This means those looking for la vida loca have a bewildering variety of options (Disco or dinner club? Dive bar or quiet cabaret?) in this sprawling capital of Peru The…
  • How To Avoid Extra Airline Fees: Travel Tips

    Douglas Smythe
    9 Jul 2014 | 8:15 am
    As consumer demand for lower air fares combined with increased fuel costs continues, many airlines make up the costs of air travel through hidden fees and surcharges.  However, it’s clear the air industry is more than merely compensating, as they took away more than 27 billion dollars in extra alone last year. Still, hope exists for those looking to avoid those fees, as this list reveals the loop holes that will cut the costs of air travel and allow you to walk through the airport smirking at those poor souls who ended up paying all those extra fees. Say No to Baggage Fees! This is easier…
  • How To Make Different Types Of Sangria Using Seasonal Fruit

    Douglas Smythe
    4 Jul 2014 | 9:01 am
    “The best wines are the ones we drink with friends” – Bar Saying Sangria is a symbol of Spain, along with their delicious paellas, and it’s also traditionally made with Spanish wine and fresh, colorful fruit. The word sangria comes from the Spanish word sangré, which means “bloodletting” because of the dark red color. However, you can also make sangria with white wine, which is called sangria blanca. Sangria is a reminder to relax and enjoy the warm sun and fresh air with every sip. Be sure to thank the Romans for literally planting vineyards wherever they conquered, which…
 
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  • Fish & Shark For iPhone and iPad

    Jane Jones
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:31 am
    Fish & Shark for iPhone and iPad. Play the good fish or the bad shark in this fun one tap controlled game. iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/fish-shark/id890558366?mt=8 Music outro: Theme For Harold (var2) Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3. Circle me on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/+JaneJones Follow Me on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/JaneJonesJJ Like me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/JaneJonesJJ Vine: J4neJones Instagram: JaneJonesJJ Pinterest: JaneJonesJJ…
  • 4 Strange Food Combinations You Have to Try | Mashable

    Mashable
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:53 am
    Put your taste buds to the test and check out these strange food combinations that you really have to try. Produced by Brian Koerber Filmed and Edited by Armand Valdes http://www.mashable.com LIKE us on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/mashable.video FOLLOW us on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/mashablevideo FOLLOW us on TUMBLR: http://mashable.tumblr.com FOLLOW our INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/mashable JOIN our circle on GOOGLE PLUS: http://plus.google.com/+Mashable Subscribe!: http://bit.ly/1ko5eNd Mashable is the leading independent news site for all things tech, social media, and internet…
  • Tweedy: Summer Noon

    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Music guest Tweedy performs “Summer Noon” for The Tonight Show audience. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1aN Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more Jimmy Fallon: Follow Jimmy: http://Twitter.com/JimmyFallon Like Jimmy: https://Facebook.com/JimmyFallon Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Follow The Tonight Show: http://Twitter.com/FallonTonight Like The Tonight Show: https://Facebook.com/FallonTonight The Tonight Show Tumblr: http://fallontonight.tumblr.com/ Get more NBC: NBC YouTube:…
  • Chris Cheng Tries Shotgun Silencer | Silent Sniper

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    25 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Vote for JukinVideo for Best YouTube Channel: http://bit.ly/JukinVideoStreamy Watch as Chris Cheng shows off a silencer for a shotgun. Able to fire off multiple rounds at once, you can barely hear the shots… Original Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vsPq9xtE69w SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/JukinSubscriber LIKE us on FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/JukinVideo FOLLOW us on TWITTER http://twitter.com/JukinVideo FOLLOW us on INSTAGRAM http://instagram.com/JukinVideo TO LICENSE THIS CLIP, GO TO: http://bit.ly/1rEfSrx
  • Kesha Broke into Prince’s House

    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Jimmy and Kesha discuss the time she broke into Prince’s house to give him her demo and her new reality singing competition, Rising Star. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1aN Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more Jimmy Fallon: Follow Jimmy: http://Twitter.com/JimmyFallon Like Jimmy: https://Facebook.com/JimmyFallon Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Follow The Tonight Show: http://Twitter.com/FallonTonight Like The Tonight Show: https://Facebook.com/FallonTonight The Tonight Show Tumblr:…
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  • Man Cave Poison: Cachaça – Pronounced Drink it a Lot

    Andrew
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:46 am
    The legend goes that the Spanish Flu, which killed millions in 1918, had reached Brazil in an awful way. Rio De Janiero was littered with the corpses of loved ones and the standard home remedy of garlic, lime and sugar syrup wasn’t working. But, as things of this nature occur, time remedied those left behind and healed all wounds. And those left behind, those left to bury the dead, turned to the local liquor for consolation. Made from the acres of sugar cane that littered the country, cachaça is the Brazilian rum that makes the perfect summer cocktail, minus the garlic. While the typical…
  • SYNEK Draft System

    Mark
    2 Jul 2014 | 6:08 am
    Every day a new invention pops up on Kickstarter, a popular crowd funding platform, that claims it can change your life and revolutionise the world. A lot of the time it’s simply an over hyped gadget, but this project by SYNEK looks like it could live up to expectations. Ice cold beer on tap is hardly a new revelation, with kegerators becoming more and more affordable by the day, but imagine if you could eliminate the need for a bulky keg? That’s exactly what the guys over at SYNEK have achieved. In place of growlers and kegs, you simply have SYNEK bags which can be filled at a…
  • Bullet Casing Stools

    Mark
    23 Jun 2014 | 5:51 am
    If your Man Cave has a firearms theme, much like Charlton Heston’s impressive ‘Gun Room’,  then you need appropriately themed seating. As the name might suggest, the ‘Bullet Casing Stool’ is a stool themed to mimic a spent shell, made from blown polycarbonate and a vacuum metallised interior. Jake Phipps, a British furniture designer, is selling these for $357 a pop, meaning it could get pretty pricey if you want to put together a bench of seating arrangement. Of course, you could just run around with one and pretend you’re a tiny person. The post Bullet…
  • One For The Summer: Captain Morgan 1671 Commemorative Blend

    Andrew
    16 Jun 2014 | 5:57 am
    Nothing quite beats recreational drinking, and we’re always on the lookout for up and coming Man Cave beverages. When the guys over at Captain Morgan got in touch offering a sample of their new 1971 Commemorative Blend, it was an obvious choice. Not only does it look awesome on your Man Cave shelf, it also has a really interesting back story. Back in 1971, Captain Henry Morgan’s victorious raid on the Spanish resulted in the loss of his beloved flagship, The Satisfaction. This commemorative blend is the closest thing you can get to the rum that was on board all those years ago,…
  • Game of Thrones Iron Throne Mini Replica

    Mark
    11 Jun 2014 | 6:01 am
    It pains us to say this, but there is just one episode of Game of Thrones Season 4 left. Watching GoT in the Man Cave has become somewhat of a weekly ritual; an evening fuelled by beer, snacks and gripping blood soaked drama.  While there is no official word yet, once the final episode airs, it will most likely be another year until it graces our screens once again. As a homage to the gripping entertainment the shenanigans of Westeros provide, why not treat your self to a Deluxe Mini Replica of the Iron Throne, created by legendary publisher Dark Horse. The highly detailed piece is 7″…
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  • Delorean Monster Truck

    Tim
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    There are many car collectors in the US. Guys like Jay Leno or Tim Allen who love cars and have more money than any man really needs who buy up Ferraris, McLaren F1′s and every hot rod they can get their rich little hands on. Still, I’d argue that the true car collectors are the guys like you and me who have limited funds and buy cars on a budget, only to fix them up over a long period of time as money becomes available, ultimately ending up with a piece of art that means more to him than Leno’s entire car collection means to Jay. It’s a sense of pride that…
  • SideWall Skiing – Driver’s Ed in Saudi Arabia

    Tim
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:06 am
    There is definitely no shortage of extreme sports out there. From Red Bull’s Crashed Ice to Extreme Ironing to Chess Boxing, there seems to be a crazy sport for everyone. A new extreme sport coming out of Saudi Arabia; however, is absolutely crazy… and awesome! Meet SideWall Skiing! What is SideWall Skiing? SideWall Skiing is pretty simple when you break it down but simple definitely does not mean it’s easy. What you need is a vehicle that you don’t mind destroying with good suspension, fully inflated tires and a few of your dumbest friends. Next you put the vehicle on…
  • The Official US Military Zombie Apocalypse Plan (CONPLAN 8888)

    Tim
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    The US Military is well known to be prepared for anything. There are very few nations who would roll the dice and challenge the US on sea, land or in the air. The types of people who would be this ballsy are either over-confident in their own forces (Russia), maniacally brave or simply don’t give a shit what happens to them. Zombies fall into the last category – luckily the US is prepared for such an event and has developed a zombie apocalypse plan. Why Do We Need a Zombie Apocalypse Plan? The threat of a zombie uprising has lingered in the background for many years but has…
  • Dude Pins Friday! This Week: Burgers, Whisky and a DIY A/C Unit!

    Tim
    13 Jun 2014 | 8:27 am
    Summer is here and this week we’ve chosen several Dude Pins to help keep you cool and comfortable. Learn to make your own cheap A/C unit, grab a glass of whisky while your beer chills in your table with built-in beer cooler and learn to make the perfect burger patties. Happy Friday, Gents! Make a Homemade A/C 10 Stretches every man should know DIY Whisky Toothpicks Creating the Perfect Patty The Complete Guide to Suits DIY Wood Slice Serving Board Table with Built-In Beer Cooler Badass Sukhoi SU-27 Never Be Sick Again! The Ultimate Guide to Whisky! The post Dude Pins Friday! This Week:…
  • SR-71 Blackbird Ground Speed Check

    Tim
    12 Jun 2014 | 8:00 am
    Fighter pilots are some of the most manly men alive. They can push themselves to limits at which a regular man would fill his shorts. They laugh in the face of danger and always strive to be the greatest. Essentially they pilot a giant flying gun (especially in the case of the A-10) capable of destroying anything unfortunate enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Needless to say the Man Institute has a great deal of respect for these bad-asses as well as all armed forces. The SR-71 Blackbird The Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird is a high altitude, ultra-high speed strategic reconnaissance…
 
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  • A Well-Stocked Bar: The Sazerac

    Brooke Demchuk
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:15 pm
    If something contains both Absinthe and Cognac, there will never come a time where I choose not to drink it. If you are like me, trying out the Sazerac cocktail is a must. This amazing blend of flavors is sure to become your new favorite drink once you give it a chance. Read on to learn the history behind how this drink came into existence, as well as the recipe for making it at home. Who doesn’t want to enjoy a nice Sazerac after a long day at work? The History of the Sazerac Cocktail The history of the Sazerac is rather complicated, and there are several different variations. One possible…
  • 14 Things Terrible Girlfriends Do You Need To Watch Out For

    Chris Arechaederra
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:56 pm
    When you're blinded by love and infatuation, it's hard to see clearly and notice glaring flaws about your partner.  How many of us have looked back after a breakup and thought, "How the @#$% didn't I see that sooner?"The truth is...it's hard to notice certain things unless you really look for them.  Now you don't want to be actively hunting out every little thing wrong with your partner, but at the same time, you don’t want to be in a relationship that’s completely dysfunctional.When we do come around and notice quirky or downright obnoxious personality traits about our…
  • After The Move: How to Make Friends in a New City

    Chris Arechaederra
    23 Jul 2014 | 1:33 pm
    There comes a time in most of our lives where we have to relocate: for school, personal reasons, or a job. While we’re caught up in the stress of moving cities, sometimes we never think about what life will be like after the move. Our new home could be a few miles away or even a few hundred miles away - it doesn’t matter. There are still challenges to face within the new community we dive into. It can feel like starting your life all over again. It’s too bad we can’t bring our old friends with us whenever we move. Instead, we rely on Facebook and texting to maintain friendships as we…
  • The 5 Most Common Types of Smiles You’ll See In Your Everyday Life

    John Camdir
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:10 pm
    All smiles are not created equal. A study conducted by Dr. Paul Ekman, Psychologist, University of California reveals that there are 18 different kinds of smiles, each using a combination of a slightly different muscles and conveying different messages. Here are the 5 most common types smile and their interpretation. ​The Tight-Lipped Smile When people smile genuinely the lips broadens and there is always a display of teeth.  It is an involuntary muscle reflex hardwired into our brains. A person smiling with the lips stretched but without the teeth exposed indicates that he or she is…
  • A Well-Stocked Bar: The Alabama Slammer Cocktail

    Brooke Demchuk
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:03 pm
    If you’re looking for a southern drink with a slight tang, the Alabama Slammer was made for you. This tasty cocktail has been a favorite amongst drink connoisseurs for almost 50 years, and we have a feeling that it won’t be going away anytime soon. Fortunately, you don’t have to be from the south to enjoy a good Southern Comfort based drink. The Alabama Slammer, which is also oftentimes referred to as the Southern Slammer, is a delicious blend of amaretto, gin, Southern Comfort, and orange juice served in a traditional Collins glass. Here’s a little background on how this drink came…
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  • Stop Calling It Gun Violence

    Viper
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:21 am
    Everywhere, you see reports in the media regarding gun violence.  It’s a particular and perennial favorite in Chicago, where people live under exactly the Draconian, “gun-free” laws that those who wish to disarm us want to foist on America. Here’s the thing:  We have to stop letting them, once again, dictate the terms of the debate.  It’s not “gun violence”, any more than a stabbing is “knife violence”, or vehicular homicide is “car violence”.  The term “gun violence” was concocted to focus not on the criminal…
  • If You’re Not Outraged, You’re Not Paying Attention

    Viper
    26 Jun 2014 | 12:16 pm
    Here’s where things stand today:  We have a president who has decided he can act unilaterally on any issue, ignoring the balance of powers between the executive, judicial, and legislative branches.  We have an administration that has repeatedly lied to the American people on issues such as our giving weapons to violent Mexican drug cartels, the brutal and violent deaths of American citizens in Benghazi, the trade of Guantanamo-held terrorists for an American military deserter who has expressed anti-American sentiments, the use of the Internal Revenue Service as a political weapon to…
  • Trust Your Gut

    Viper
    17 Jun 2014 | 11:34 am
    What I’m about to say may seem a bit weird.  Woo-woo, even.  We’re used to going through life carefully evaluating options, weighing the pros and cons, and making decisions based on the costs and benefits of one choice versus another.  All this careful, rational decision-making may be working against you, not for you. It’s time to get in touch with your feelings, guys.  And by that, I don’t mean that you should rush out to buy a tight V-neck shirt, skinny jeans, and a fetching scarf to see and be seen in at your local coffee shop.  No, I mean that you need to yank…
  • How Well Do You Understand Your Freedom?

    Viper
    4 Jun 2014 | 10:09 am
    How well do you understand your freedom?  It sounds like a simple question, but many people struggle to provide a reasonable answer. Is freedom your ability to decide to eat at Wendy’s instead of McDonalds?  Is it your freedom to go out and buy a brand new truck?  Is it your freedom to borrow money from a bank, only to slowly pay it back over 30 years for the perk of being able to say, “I own a house”?  Is it the freedom to decide what you watch on TV tonight? Perhaps it’s a bit less materialistic and consumption-oriented.  Is it your freedom to go wherever you…
  • Parents: Stop Abdicating Your Responsibilities To The State

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    29 May 2014 | 9:43 am
    In an opinion piece published today in the New York Times, first lady Michelle Obama once again insists on meddling with your child’s nutritional choices.  Leaning on the crutch of cherry-picked results from “science” (in quotes because, while she repeatedly claims to be relying on scientific data, not once does she reference any actual studies to back up her claims), she insists that Congress is wrongheaded in wanting to make her vaunted changes to public school nutrition optional rather than mandatory. Laughably, she points to government meddling in school lunch…
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  • What Happens After

    23 Jul 2014 | 9:31 pm
    What happens when you're asked "what if" questions?What happens after you've been cheated on? I'm not sure exactly. I'm crazy, so I might just do something crazy. Infidelity is one of those things that can cause so much anger to a person and it shouldn't be tolerated at all. I believe that if you know that you cannot and will not be faithful, then you shouldn't lead someone on that can and will be faithful to you. I hear people all the time say that they told the person that they didn't want a relationship or that they cannot be faithful, but the truth is, what matters is your actions. You…
  • How to Build Your Self-Esteem

    9 Jul 2014 | 1:54 pm
    Your self-esteem rises and falls according to how you think and what you do. To keep yourself feeling good, try to: Be True To Yourself This means putting your values and beliefs into action. Don't act in ways you feel are wrong—it's a sure way to harm your self-esteem. Accept Yourself Think of yourself as a good friend. Appreciate your good qualities, and resolve to work on those parts of yourself that need improvement. Set Realistic Goals Reaching goals is one way to help build self-esteem. But make sure your goals are within reach. Otherwise you may be setting yourself up for…
  • What Makes A Person Attractive?

    24 Jun 2014 | 5:35 am
    Attractiveness can be identified through so many ways, so I must ask: What attracts you? Oh yeah, and what makes you attractive? That's a tricky question, because it all depends on who you ask. If you ask me, I'll say personality and self motivation. I find it attractive when a person is resilient, determined and caring. When a person is resilient, you can argue with him (or her) one minute and the next minute, cuddle and watch a movie with him (or her) on the couch. Also when a person is determined, you can always expect him (or her) to handle his (or her) own. And when a person is caring,…
  • Nothing Ever Works Out

    19 Jun 2014 | 4:22 am
    He uttered in tears, "Nothing ever works out for me." Simply, it's how the real world is. In school, we're rewarded for good grades, but in the real world those grades are just letters of the alphabet. In family, we're loved, but in the real world love doesn't even exist. Everyone is their one-man army. Everyone is in it for themselves. Everyone is careless about you and your feelings. Simply, it's how the real world is. It's crazy, but it's fair. In life, you can either work for what you want or sit back, while someone take your weakness for granted. Throwing your ability away, again and…
  • Many Things

    12 Jun 2014 | 9:27 pm
    I have opinions about many things. I also have thoughts that lasts for days. Today, I thought I'll share some. First, mass shootings are becoming normal in our society and it's haunting. As innocent people continue to lose their life, government and mental health officials are hiding behind their big paychecks. Seriously, when can the American people get some productivity from Washington and the hospitals? And, please, don't get me started on the veteran affairs scandal. Shame on the government. Second, why are Floridians so dull when it comes to politics? You have Rick Scott, the corrupt…
 
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  • Guest Book

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Well, this is a guest book for you guys, give me your suggestions and criticisms for my blog. So, I can make this blog helpful. Do not forget to comment and leave a trail in this chat box. Thank you, and have a nice day.
  • Tips when getting a menstrual period

    25 Jul 2014 | 1:53 pm
    It is as you feel so misty you can barely thread a sentence collectively. Here is why it gains previous to your period-and how to apparent your head.The week previous to your cycle? Yeah, unquestionably unstable. That is as PMS triggers all persons irritating symptoms like bloating and bitchiness. But you probably furthermore feel a mental exchange, which you could not even realise is linked to your cycle. It is often referred to as the hormonal cloud. Groups of women feel hazy and made known of sorts, like they were walking in a foq. Most straightforwardly overwhelmed, stressed, forgetful…
  • Whitening face with natural ingredients

    17 Jul 2014 | 3:26 pm
    Any woman who does not want to have a smooth face and shining pure white Surely the majority of women would want Evidently bleach sales are highly in demand in the market In fact online sales enthusiasts were not small Unfortunately not all of the drug is safe for use on skin Not a few rogue manufacturers of cosmetics and mix it with mercury In fact many people are aware of the side effects of this chemical mercury Therefore why not use natural materials that have been available from nature Let's discuss  Lime In addition to having a property to rid acne lemon juice can help brighten the…
  • Tips on caring your watches effectively and efficiently.

    17 Jul 2014 | 7:46 am
    Time is money is the proverb supposedly requires us to take advantage of the time. One of them is taking care of watches. Watches are one accessory for both men and women should get special attention. Well, how do I take care of watches to always look clean? not easily broken and even long lasting.Always keep your wrist in a dry place with a temperature of the room. In addition, keep away from objects that generate magnetic fields. Avoid the machine like your watches from a strong magnetic field coming from the television, loudspeakers, refrigerating machine and microwave. So, the magnetic…
  • Four habits that can damage our eyes

    16 Jul 2014 | 3:26 pm
    Eye is one of the organs of the human body are very important. Eyes give something that can not be disclosed because it has great functionality. However, when we close our eyes for only five minutes and try to do the activity, how precious a pair of eyes in the darkness will be felt. This is the importance of maintaining eye.Contact lens. Health disorders of the eye can indeed be triggered certain diseases. However, eye irritation can be triggered by simple things that unwittingly has become a daily habit, like lazy to change lenses. Contact lenses can indeed be a practical solution…
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