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  • What To Wear To A Funeral For Men – Memorial Service Attire

    Next Luxury
    Brian Cornwell
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Look sharp without attracting attention away from the deceased. A black suit, white shirt and black necktie are a gentleman’s best bet. Choosing the correct attire to wear often poses specific challenges to men of all ages. However, when it comes to the clothes worn at a funeral service, the challenges are multiplied. There are many men who wonder if there is a certain style or color of clothes that are more appropriate for funeral wear. While there are some traditions and cultural considerations to bear in mind, you have a fairly wide range of attire from which you can make your clothing…
  • The MODERN Hard Case

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    Wilson Davalos
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:46 am
    The MODERN Hard Case Pro photographers are notoriously conscious when it comes to protecting their photography equipment. For the most part, photography cases do an amazing job at organizing and protecting all of that pricy equipment. From camera bodies, lenses, speedlights and the like. But one thing on the list that’s missing is style, a lot of these cases have no sense of style or personality. Here’s where The MODERN Hard Case comes into play. From the start, you’ll notice it’s amazing leather construction and retro styling. You’ll also won’t be…
  • Maintain Your Cool – 3 Ways To Beat The Heat

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    Male Standard
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    When we think of summer, we often think spring break, cocktails, beaches, and all those hot summer nights, but for some, summer can become a battlezone to maintain their cool look. The combination of heat, sweat, oil, grease, and sun becomes a toxic mix that creates a mix of skin care problems such as acne, sun damage, and oil. Thankfully help is on hand. Male Standard teamed up with Men’s Health to give you three simple steps towards clean and clear skin and hair this summer.   Below are three products that will help you maintain your cool this summer!   1. Kiehl’s…
  • The Endorsement: The Rose Gold Watch

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    Andrew Snavely
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:41 pm
    Your wrist just got more interesting.
  • Top 10 Best Colognes for Men

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    Jack Powers
    17 Jul 2015 | 11:10 am
    In this day and age, it can be hard to stand out as a man. We have so many angles to consider when it comes to crafting a unique style and attracting the opposite sex. Would you guess that a man’s most important angle, and the one men most often overlook, is his scent? But why is scent so important? According to Askmen, the most physically attractive thing to women is a man’s scent. That’s right. Women care more about how men smell than their hair, face, body, or height. I like a man who smells good. Puts on cologne… It keeps me wanting. I like feeling that way.”…
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    The Art of Manliness

  • How to Avoid Getting Pickpocketed

    Brett and Kate McKay
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:04 pm
    A couple centuries ago, pickpocketing was the scourge of cities around the world. From Dickens’ London to New York City’s famous Five Points, skilled thieves practiced their craft, filching the valuables of passersby without the victim noticing a thing. In fact, that’s how pockets in clothing got their start: Prior to the 17th century, men and women alike carried their valuables in purses outside the body; they then started tying pouches inside their clothes in an attempt to thwart would-be “cutpurses” and thieves. But pickpockets soon adapted and learned how to deftly extract the…
  • How to Hang a Picture

    Jeremy Anderberg
    28 Jul 2015 | 2:54 pm
    If you’re trying to make a good first impression with your place, know that nothing says sterile and boring like blank walls. A few pieces of manly art or virile photos hung and displayed tastefully will liven things up and give you a chance to show some of that stellar personality of yours. And even if you don’t much care for wall art yourself, your significant other likely does; being asked to hang something up may be perhaps the world’s most common “honey-do.” Can you, ahem, nail this task? While not necessarily an exact science, knowing some basics…
  • The 3 Families Every Young Man Needs to Grow Up Well

    Brett and Kate McKay
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:22 pm
    Humans are social beings. For most of history, we lived together in small tribes made up of extended families. Within the tribe, a boy had parents, relatives, and elders of all kinds who shepherded him into adulthood. Through rites of passage, he learned what his community expected from him as a man, and he gradually began to take on those responsibilities and their attendant privileges. Today we live a far more atomized and isolated lifestyle. Extended family no longer lives near each other for the most part, and parents typically don’t stay in an area (or even neighborhood) long enough to…
  • Manvotional: The Supreme Charity of the World

    Brett & Kate McKay
    25 Jul 2015 | 7:51 pm
    “The Supreme Charity of the World” From The Kingship of Self-Control, 1901 By William George Jordan True charity is not typified by an almsbox. The benevolence of a check book does not meet all the wants of humanity. Giving food, clothing and money to the poor is only the beginning, the kindergarten class, of real charity. Charity has higher, purer forms of manifestation. Charity is but an instinctive reaching out for justice in life. Charity seeks to smooth down the rough places of living, to bridge the chasms of human sin and folly, to feed the heart-hungry, to give strength to…
  • The Always/Sometimes/Never Sunglass Matrix

    Brett and Kate McKay
    24 Jul 2015 | 11:39 am
    Sunglasses. They’re a small accessory that evoke a bunch of questions as to how and when you should wear them, and how you should stash ’em. To answer these burning questions of sunglass style and etiquette, we created this boss illustrated matrix. Enjoy. Illustrated by Ted Slampyak
 
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    Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine

  • visvim Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook

    Maja D
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:08 am
    visvim’s new fall/winter lookbook drew its inspiration from director Hiroki Nakamura’s time spent in the UK, before he returned to the West Coast, then went off to Paris, returning once again to the States, then to Italy, and back to Florida. So we can safely say that the theme behind the ‘Dissertation on revealing the […] The post visvim Fall/Winter 2015 Lookbook appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.        Related StoriesSempach Spring/Summer 2016 CollectionPyer Moss Spring/Summer 2016…
  • Prointel Office Renovation by AGi Architects

    Maja D
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:44 am
    AGi Architects completed a renovation for Prointel, an independent TV production company in Madrid. Founded in 1970, the Spanish production company is located amid small businesses and residential properties. The offices were upgraded to give a modern feel whilst also respecting the founder’s traditional values. The working areas are built around an inner courtyard, which […] The post Prointel Office Renovation by AGi Architects appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.        Related StoriesThe ROOST…
  • SanDisk Reinvents the Flash Drive to Work Wirelessly with Your Phone, Tablet and PC

    Maja D
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:30 am
    It can be a bit of a hassle trying to get files from your mobile to your PC, and then to another device. Traditionally flash drives only worked via direct USB plugin to your computer, but SanDisk has now taken the technology to a new level. You can now wirelessly transfer large files between your […] The post SanDisk Reinvents the Flash Drive to Work Wirelessly with Your Phone, Tablet and PC appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.        Related StoriesZNAPS, a Magnetic Connector for Mobile DevicesFacebook…
  • Doug Menuez Shares His Photographs of the Pioneers of Technology During the Dot-Com Boom and Bust

    Maja D
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:30 am
    Photojournalist Doug Menuez shares the photographs he took during the dot-com boom and bust. The images show some of the most historic moments that defined the tech age while the likes of Microsoft and Apple were competing to become the leaders of a new industry driven by personal computers, and new players came into the […] The post Doug Menuez Shares His Photographs of the Pioneers of Technology During the Dot-Com Boom and Bust appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.        Related Stories‘Steve Jobs:…
  • La Guardia Airport is Scheduled for a $4 billion Upgrade

    Maja D
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    Once named America’s worst airport, La Guardia may soon become the country’s best airport following a $4 billion upgrade. Last year New York’s Governor Cuomo launched the ‘Masterplan Design Competition’ to find the right team to redesign La Guardia International Airport in line with 21st century standards. The competition’s three finalists (dattner architects, SHoP architects, […] The post La Guardia Airport is Scheduled for a $4 billion Upgrade appeared first on Por Homme - Men's Lifestyle, Fashion, and Culture Magazine.
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  • AV House

    29 Jul 2015 | 4:00 pm
    You'd think that a series of concrete boxes set in the middle of a coastal forest would stick out. Instead, the AV House by BAK Architects looks surprisingly organic, thanks...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Nerf Rival Zeus Blaster

    29 Jul 2015 | 3:01 pm
    Most of us still haven't outgrown our love for Nerf guns, and the Nerf Rival Zeus Blaster will only feed those nostalgic feelings. First and foremost, it has the ability...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Nokia Ozo

    29 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    It looks like an orb from the future. And in some ways, it is. Built to capture virtual reality-ready video, the Nokia Ozo isn't actually round — it has a...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • Ferrari 488 Spider

    29 Jul 2015 | 1:00 pm
    A Ferrari isn't just another car. So when they set out to make a drop-top, they do more than just grab a saw and some fabric. The Ferrari 488 Spider...Visit Uncrate for the full post.
  • EDC: Stuttgart

    29 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    Porsche 996 Key Machine Era Co. Pen ($34). Swiss Army Waiter Knife ($21). Louis Vuitton Card Holder ($310)....Visit Uncrate for the full post.
 
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    Modern Gentleman's Blog

  • Best Dressed Guest

    Ami
    28 Jul 2015 | 4:43 pm
    “Private club.” The phrase just reeks of stuffiness. We rarely hear people call the Club at Wingtip stuffy, and if we did, it would break our hearts. Usually, and certainly on our best days, the words “accessible” and “comfy” are used to describe the environment upstairs. Certainly, when it comes to a dress code, amongst private clubs, we have one of the more lax dress codes around: all we really ask is no shorts, no sandals, and no sweats. That said, as someone that prefers to wear a suit, and whose dream is to have a club filled with members and guests…
  • Symphony Royale

    Tim Niven
    24 Jul 2015 | 12:17 pm
    2015 has been a very lucrative year for the people in the spy industry. A new spy franchise has been minted (Kingsman: The Secret Service); an old franchise has been slated for a comeback (The Man From U.N.C.L.E.); and a spy satire (Spy) has so far scraped together a supervillain-worthy 227-million dollars. With the next James Bond installment, Spectre, on the horizon, what better way to get jazzed up (See what I did there?) about Bond 24 than to check out the San Francisco Symphony’s “The Spy Who Loved Me: Music from the Bond Films & Favorite Spy Movie Themes,” featuring…
  • Summer Shirt Special: Wingtip Custom

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    21 Jul 2015 | 2:06 pm
    Buy 3 Wingtip custom shirts and get 1 Free! Members receive an additional 10% off; no dues or other discounts apply. Offer good until August 15, 2015. Some restrictions may apply. Email bespoke@wingtip.com for an appointment. The post Summer Shirt Special: Wingtip Custom appeared first on Modern Gentleman's Blog.
  • Three (More) Things I Learned In Scotland

    Brian MacGregor
    21 Jul 2015 | 8:25 am
    Redefining‘Hotel Bar’ Craigellachie Hotel Quaich Bar, Speyside The Craigellachie Hotel has one of the best whisky bars in the world. We stayed at this old (old–Est. 1893) Scotland country hotel and they house one of the best whisky bars I have ever been to: over 700 expression of whisky in one room. I drank a 1958 Highland Park that transcended both place and time. I was humbled not only by the selection but by the generosity of their staff and the kindness they showed to a bunch of rowdy Americans. We can all learn from the good people at Craigellachie Hotel. Distilling…
  • Ham And A Dram

    davidmacfaddenelliott
    20 Jul 2015 | 2:26 pm
    Last Thursday, Wingtip club members were treated to an impromptu duet between two heavyweights of the craft ham scene: strips of glistening Jamon Iberico and drams of Del Maguey’s Iberico Pechuga Mezcal. Chef Matt Paine carved slivers of the stuff [below] and Wingtip cheesemonger Matt Gill gave us the background on this finest of hams. “This is the last full-blooded Iberico herd in Spain,” says Matt Gill. “Every other farm will crossbreed it with wild boars [which] make it a little heartier. They’re not lazy pigs. They’re actually exercised throughout their…
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  • Nokia OZO

    werd.com
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:24 pm
    Nokia’s entry into the world of virtual reality starts right here. The OZO is a 360º camera designed for the creation of all sorts of VR content. It features 8 synchronized global shutter cameras for capturing stereoscopic 3D video & 8 integrated microphones for full-spectrum sound. OZO will be available in the U.S. later this year. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Keezel

    werd.com
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:31 am
    Hackers can stop a moving Jeep from a remote location or weasel their way into your Ashley Madison account but with the wireless Keezel device, you get solid wi-fi security with the tap of a button. It creates a VPN, allowing you to secure your personal data anywhere, anytime, on multiple machines. For purchase information, Click Here
  • The LEGO Architect

    werd.com
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:26 am
    The LEGO Architect will take you (and kids 10 years+) on a tour through the history of architecture featuring LEGO models. From Art Deco to High Tech buildings, this full-color, hardcover book also includes instructions for 12 models you can make yourself. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Ural Burn Bag

    werd.com
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:21 am
    This weekend-size travel bag from Russia’s Ural Motorcycles is built to handle the rigors of the road: rain, dust, dirt, and bug spatter. Made of 20 oz. M35 military tarpaulin, it is waterproof & tear resistant, featuring all metal hardware, YKK zippers & a 4-point anchor system for lashing it to your bike. Made in the USA. For purchase information, Click Here
  • Jack Daniel’s Barrel Proof Whiskey

    werd.com
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:13 am
    Jack Daniel’s exclusive Single Barrel Collection is growing with the release of the brand’s new Barrel Proof Tennessee Whiskey. This is Jack in its purest form, unfiltered & uncut straight from the barrel, ranging in strength from 125-140 proof. It features intense aromas & a deep amber color yet offers exceptional smoothness. For purchase information, Click Here
 
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    Shaun Groves

  • Why Research The Mental Health Of Ministers

    Shaun Groves
    20 Jul 2015 | 11:24 am
    It’s the painters, poets, and performers of the world who take their lives. Sylvia Plath. Robin Willams. But not Phil. Phil was at the top of his class in seminary. He was the prototypical strong alpha male leader. He earned a PhD and wore a suit and tie and boots, for God’s sake. He wasn’t weak. He was a responsible respectable adult. He wasn’t the flaky, flighty creative type. The man couldn’t sing on key and didn’t even doodle! “People like Phil just don’t do this,” a pastor friend of his recently told me. Yes, they do. Soon,…
  • Giving Coaches To Ministers

    Shaun Groves
    17 Jul 2015 | 6:12 am
    Yesterday, I told you about a new endeavor our family has started to help ministers in crisis: The Phil Lineberger Minister Wellness Fund. Today, a little more detail about what that fund will accomplish. We’re partnering with Matt Stanford of the Hope and Healing Center to create a nationwide network of mental health care coaches that will provide confidential, individualized, holistic care to ministers in crisis. Why I Needed A Coach I know from my own experience with clinical depression that mental illness afflicts the whole person. My brain, marriage, faith, and body were all…
  • Keeping Phil’s Promise

    Shaun Groves
    16 Jul 2015 | 11:01 am
    After John’s death, Phil began compiling research and the names of potential donors: he wanted to do something to help ministers in crisis. There are some wonderful retreat centers out there, he noted. But a severely depressed pastor isn’t likely (or even able) to make a trip halfway across the country. Experienced therapists are at the ready in just about every city. But confusion and apathy can keep a mentally ill minister from choosing one and making the appointment. And then there’s the expense. Doctors are willing to treat the physical symptoms of depression. But this…
  • Is Suicide A Cowardly Selfish Choice?

    Shaun Groves
    24 Jun 2015 | 3:46 pm
    Is suicide a cowardly and selfish choice? In the days just after my father-in-law’s death I read every online article written about his suicide and short battle with depression. If they were inaccurate or insensitive, I worked with editors to correct or find better softer words. But there was no changing the hurtful comments left in response to those articles by sometimes calloused and often uninformed Christians. One commenter confessed… I don’t understand someone committing suicide when they have a wife and children. You have what some dream of having, a complete life. I…
  • Phil Lineberger “Through A Glass Darkly”

    Shaun Groves
    2 Jun 2015 | 7:07 pm
    When the phone rang in my hotel room in the middle of the night, I knew. I’d dreaded this call for weeks, begged God that it would never come. Becky, more than a thousand miles away, wept on the other end. “He’s gone. My Dad’s gone.” “Oh, God.” A couple months ago Phil asked me some tough questions: Did you feel like this when you were depressed? How long did it last? What did you do to treat it? What caused it? My favorite pastor, my counselor, my role model, my father-in-law was in the thick of it. The most joyful man I’ve ever known was…
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    Wristwatch News, Reviews, & Original Stories — HODINKEE

  • Introducing: Zenith Launches 3 New References In Its Iconic Type 20 Collection

    Rex Shannon
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:32 am
    If you’re anything like me, you mainly know Zenith for their El Primero Chronographs – and, most notably, for their El Primero Classic Chronograph that they released at Baselworld this year. What most people don’t know is that the 150-year-old manufacture released another batch of watches at Baselworld 2015; these pieces received less camera-time than others, but they’re all doing pretty interesting things – so it may be unfair that Zenith’s new Type 20 Pilot collection has been flying under the radar for this long.  The first of these…
  • At The Bench: The Restoration Of A Tudor Advisor (Reference 7926)

    Aaron Berlow
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:53 am
    There are several reasons that most people should never consider bidding on a watch that has the words “as is” or “for repair” in its description on eBay. In addition to making me have to overpay for adventurous restorations, pieces like this trade at such a small discount that it is rarely, if ever, a cost effective way to get your hands on a great vintage piece. There are exceptions, but for the most part, for collectors this is a losing gamble. This recent adventure very well illustrates this point and shows off awesome vintage Tudor in the process.  Recently I…
  • Introducing: Frank Roda Joins HODINKEE As Director Of Business Development

    Hodinkee
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:57 am
    HODINKEE Executive Editor Benjamin Clymer and CEO Kevin Rose are delighted to announce that Mr. Frank Roda has joined the HODINKEE team as our new Director of Business Development. In his new role, Frank will oversee advertising and strategic partnerships. Frank brings to HODINKEE a wealth of experience in advertising, business development, sales and marketing from a career that has spanned over a decade. Most recently, Frank spent three years as Senior Director, Business Development and Marketing, at AtlanticLIVE – the events division of The Atlantic. In this role, Frank oversaw the…
  • Hands-On: With The New 2015 Versions Of The Glashütte Original PanoMaticLunar

    Jack Forster
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:02 am
    This year at BaselWorld, Glashütte Original announced two new versions of the PanoMaticLunar, equipped with two new dial colors, and – after giving you a first look when they were announced pre-Basel – we just had our first chance to go hands on and close up with both watches. The two new versions are a steel PanoMaticLunar with a blue dial, and a rose gold model with a black dial. The PanoMaticLunars is currently filed under “Art & Technik” family on the Glashütte Original website and they are keeping some pretty august company,…
  • Letters To The Editor: How Modern Watchmakers Are Grappling With One Of Breguet's Greatest Inventions (And It's Not The Tourbillon)

    Nicholas Manousos
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:02 am
    Brandon Moore I am wondering if the modern interpretations of the Breguet Natural Escapement (F.P. Journe Optimum, Kari Voutilainen Vingt-8, and Laurent Ferrier Automatic) have implemented specific solutions to the shortcomings of this design, namely the 'backlash' between the escape wheels, that Breguet experienced, and which caused him to ultimately abandon his design. Nicholas Manousos This is a wonderful question, that deserves a careful response. Before we can talk about the natural escapement, let's get on the same page about what an escapement does. In a…
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    Mens Underwear Blog

  • Keep Cool this Summer with HappySacs

    UMan
    26 Jul 2015 | 3:30 pm
    The dog days of summer are upon us, but that doesn't mean you have to suffer. Beat the heat in your pants with HappySacs.Even when wearing the best underwear money can buy, as men we've all experienced the need to adjust ourselves. Many of us have also experienced the discomfort that can come from a sweaty sac. HappySacs is a new brand that looks to solve these problems. Launched by Christian Smith through crowdfunding, the HappySac is a pouch for your scrotum designed to be worn under your underwear. HappySacs come in three sizes (small, medium, and large) and should fit most guys. Fun fact…
  • Let American-Made Underwear Support You

    UMan
    1 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Celebrate America and support U.S. businesses and jobs at International Jock during their “Made in USA” Sale! Every American-made brand is 25% off in celebration of the 4th of July. Your underwear says a lot about you, but did you think to check the label? Where your underwear is made makes a big difference, and what better time than Independence Day to buy local? International Jock carries brands from all over the world but has always made a point to seek out and support U.S. manufacturers. With hot-selling men’s clothing brands like Go Softwear, Pistol Pete, N2N Bodywear,…
  • 50 Shades of May at Cocksox

    UMan
    9 May 2015 | 11:55 am
    Sponsored PostCocksox invites you to upgrade your underwear and swimwear collections with their Fifty Shades of May sale. They’ve selected fifty color combinations across some of their most cherished styles and prices are 30-50% off. Looking your best will cost a bit less, so now is the time to surrender your inhibitions. The sensual fabrics unequivocally prove Cocksox to be the best underwear and swimwear a man could get.  Whatever your desire Cocksox aims to please with their enhancing designs. But don’t get tied up as stock levels are as skimpy as the attire itself. The…
  • Cazwell Goes Commando, Launches Underwear Line - Exclusive Interview

    UMan
    21 Apr 2015 | 2:15 pm
    Cazwell is a well-known rapper known for his songs with gay themes and sexy videos. He recently launched a line of underwear called Ice Cream Truck after his hit single with the same name. The line is a collaboration with designer Geoffrey Mac. We had the chance to sit down with Cazwell to discuss the collection, his underwear preferences, and what's next for the rapper. Check out the exclusive interview below.MUB: Hello Cazwell, how are you? Cazwell: Good, thanks!MUB: I'm a long-time fan and follower of your music. Let's get down to business and ask what we all want to know, what…
  • JOR '80s Jockstrap Review

    Michael
    13 Apr 2015 | 11:55 am
    JOR is a brand that I didn't know all too much about until recently. They are a Colombian based underwear company, but have their products sold through many different places online. Most of their underwear are simple and basic styles, but they use many colors and color combinations that most companies wouldn't. The jockstrap I will be reviewing I purchased at MensUnderwearStore .I own a few jockstraps, and I decided to give this one a try. I wear jockstraps mostly when working out, but sometimes I do like to wear them under normal everyday clothes. It's kind of a sexy secret, that only I…
 
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    Men's Rights Blog

  • Join with the NCFM in fighting CASA

    Masculist Man
    26 Jul 2015 | 3:44 pm
    There is a misandric draconian bill,the Campus Accountability and Safety Act or CASA for short,S.590. The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) committee are going to hold hearing to discuss CASA. The panel that will testify at this hearing does not include those favorable to men's rights,especially due process rights. We need to make our voices heard. For more information go the National Coalition For Men website.
  • There is nothing pretty about chick music

    Masculist Man
    25 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Sometimes music is not pretty. A good example would be Fifth Harmony. If you subtract the ones that look like bad examples of drag queens and are fat then you probably are down to one girl,if that many. We're guessing it's a girl we're not really sure. As for the rest we speak to them in an language they can understand: moooo.
  • On John Russel Houser

    Masculist Man
    25 Jul 2015 | 9:39 pm
    This past week there was the Lafayette theater shooter John Russel Houser who shot up a theater full of people before turning the gun on himself. I've read some of the things he wrote and one of the things I've concluded is that this is a man who had enough. Perhaps shooting up a theater causing 11 victims-2 dead and 9 wounded was not the best way to get your frustrations out and hoping to get some sympathy. The one thing Houser wrote made me understand him better and that is:If you are male, fight until the end, and enjoy it.People are good at what they enjoy, and your Maker would want it…
  • Senator McConnell says gender is not an issue in the 2016 election

    Masculist Man
    20 Jul 2015 | 4:22 pm
    McConnell: 'Gender card' alone not enough for ClintonAssociated Press By BRUCE SCHREINER SHEPHERDSVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The Senate's top Republican said Monday the "gender card alone" won't be enough to propel Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton to the White House."I don't think arguing 'vote for me because I'm a woman' is enough," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said while sizing up next year's presidential race during a speech in his home state of Kentucky. "You may recall my election last year. The gender card alone is not enough."In 2014, McConnell's Democratic challenger, Alison…
  • Urge the Victorian government to take male victims of domestic violence seriously

    Masculist Man
    17 Jul 2015 | 7:48 pm
    Domestic violence is a growing epidemic that affects everyone. Within Victoria there are no supports specifically catered for men/fathers who are the victims of domestic violence. We ask the government to provide funding to an organization that is capable of serving these men/fathers and children that are fleeing violent partners and their specific needs.The Government of Victoria have provided $100,000 for animals fleeing domestic violence but next to nothing for men/fathers and their children fleeing family violence.To sign the petition
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    Selectism

  • See the Diverse G.H. Bass Fall/Winter 2015 Shoe Range

    Thomas Welch
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:22 pm
    There is no question that when it comes to Bass’s American history, it strikes close to home for many. When growing up, you could find me in a slightly scuffed pair of white bucks every Sunday morning — same goes for my dad. As much or as little as I enjoyed waking up early on weekends, this childhood family ritual is still engrained in my mind to this day. But enough reminiscing. We’re really here today to look at G.H. Bass’s footwear for Fall/Winter 2015. As classic as its penny loafers are, Bass’s diversification into the boot and casual market is what drew…
  • Passavant and Lee Upgrades Its Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Briefcases

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:21 pm
    Passavant and Lee extends its lineup of aircraft aluminum luggage with the latest launch of the No. 25 Attaché. The new briefcase combines classic style with functionality, featuring a multi-compartment interior as well as a detachable leather shoulder strap. The No. 25 Attaché is handmade in London with a vegetable-tanned leather wrapped body and heavy Italian metal hardware. The result is an elegant piece, integrating nostalgic quality with modern construction. You can purchase the No. 25 Attaché now for $1,950, available in three colorways. Words: George Ocampo/Selectism.com The…
  • KELE Spring/Summer 2016 – Modern Folklore With a Playful Twist

    Stephanie Smith-Strickland
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:05 am
    Back in the early 2000s, designer Ildikó Kele had her first encounter with a knitting machine. She became so fascinated with the exchange between the needle and yarn that she spent hours watching the process. Her early fixation led the the creation of the eponymous brand KELE, which was officially launched in 2011 with the help of two friends. Four years later, Kele still strives to convey her love of the process into her final collections. The Spring/Summer 2016 selection takes reference from Hungarian folklore, specifically the tale of “Green Peter,” a young shepherd boy…
  • MOSCOT to Add 9 New Styles to Its 100th Anniversary Collections

    Elaine YJ Lee
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:09 am
    Our favorite eyewear maker MOSCOT will add more frames to its already ongoing 100th-year celebrations. We’ve already seen the re-done Lemtosh, but in the coming months, MOSCOT will release nine new frame shapes for Fall 2015 — five in its Originals Collection and four in its Spirit Collection. Unlike their quirky names (The BREN is named after a woman who worked for MOSCOT for 40 years starting the 1960s), the new glasses are not so quirky in aesthetic. They are all classic frame shapes and familiar colorways, hence the brand’s statement: “What white t-shirts are…
  • First Look | J. Augur Creates Unique Accessories From Vintage Fabrics

    Lena Dystant
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:00 am
    For those after something truly unique, vintage collector and designer Judy Augur presents a selection of one-of-a-kind accessories straight out of her Claremont, California studio. With 14 years experience, she transforms beautiful new and vintage textiles under the J. Augur label, the range featuring intricate early ’30s boro, Malian Dogon indigo, pre WW2 military canvas, Chinese brocades, Guatemalan loomed cotton and Navajo weavings. Fall/Winter 2015 entitled “Als Ich Kan” or ‘best I can’ in Dutch; Totes and scarves sit beside home accessories including…
 
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    Men's Flair

  • Berluti: Treading a New Path

    Winston Chesterfield
    14 Jul 2015 | 1:25 pm
    When it comes to tailoring or ready to wear, Berluti isn’t exactly the first brand that comes to mind. “Shoes, isn’t it?” someone vaguely acquainted with the name correctly guessed. Yes, indeed. Shoes. Very beautiful shoes. Very colourful and expensive shoes. Very, very special shoes. Special because Berluti is a special brand. The founder Alessandro […]Men's Flair
  • Requirements for Instagram: Style and Good Looks

    Winston Chesterfield
    5 Jun 2015 | 10:17 am
    “You want to know why she has so many Instagram followers?” chirped a colleague, in an irritated fashion “because she’s a skinny model. It has nothing to do with her style.” My ears pricked. An intense discussion was breaking out in my immediate vicinity. The subject of discussion: Chelsea Ciara – a model and Instagram […]Men's Flair
  • The Sartorial Season: Henley Royal Regatta

    Winston Chesterfield
    3 Jun 2015 | 5:12 am
    Second in the series – after last year’s introduction to Royal Ascot – Henley is the most famous rowing regatta in the world. It takes place in Henley-on-Thames, approximately 1 hour from central London on the banks of the same famous river that flows through the capital. The regatta was established shortly after Queen Victoria […]Men's Flair
  • Underrated Assets: Suit Texture

    Winston Chesterfield
    22 May 2015 | 1:34 am
    I’ll probably get ridiculed for saying this by die-hard classicists, but navy suits are vastly overrated. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t dislike them. I will always feel obliged to own one; in certain situations, both professional and personal, nothing else will do. But their proudest owners are so doggedly attached to them, so reluctant […]Men's Flair
  • Sartorial Stereotypes: Beards

    Winston Chesterfield
    8 May 2015 | 9:07 am
    The Darwin The Darwin man is a serious soul. A ‘transport entrepreneur’ (he sells vintage tricycles to commuters) and a ‘professional mixologist’ (he runs a pop-up bar on the river), he would never admit that he follows anything as frivolous as a ‘trend.’ His beard is a work of art to some, a trimmed hedge […]Men's Flair
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    The Bachelor Guy

  • Here are the Best And Worst Rugby Movies to Get Your Inner Gladiator Pumped

    Eric Rogell
    13 Jul 2015 | 10:32 am
    This fall you may be busy watching the MLB divisional series, or the start of football season, but if you’re looking for something different, something that gets your adrenaline flowing, check out the rugby World Cup. It’s going to be brutal, unforgiving, occasionally violent, and above all intensely competitive. Rugby at the very highest level is a game that takes our rawest, most aggressive instincts, combines them with the ruthless intelligence of a chess master and turns them into an acceptable form of violence in the name of sports and entertainment. Yes, rugby is great theater. So…
  • Wearable Tech To Improve Your Fitness

    Eric Rogell
    7 Jul 2015 | 12:33 pm
    The Fitbit Surge There are a ton of wearable tech devices out there today, with the most popular (for now) being the ones that track and enhance your workout. Or give you a little extra motivation. Here are just a few of the devices  you should try and see if they push your lazy, couch potato self to greater levels of fitness than you could achieve without them. Track Your Progress: Fitbit Surge Fitbit is one of the leading companies when it comes to fitness trackers. The Fitbit Surge comes in a variety of colors and has an easy to use LCD display so you can monitor progress. With a Fitbit…
  • 5 Sports Stars Who are Tougher Than You’ll Ever Be [Videos]

    Eric Rogell
    26 May 2015 | 11:17 am
    There are some guys who are just born tougher than the rest of us. While they may not be impervious to severe pain, they can play through it, while concealing their discomfort to their opponents. Or unnerving them with their seemingly superhuman pain tolerance. Below are five of the toughest sports stars to have ever walked (or limped) the Earth. Wayne Shelford – Rugby Union No question, we’ve gotta lead with Shelford. A New Zealand rugby star, Wayne Shelford suffered a fate no man would ever want to endure. During a match against France in 1986—a game that has since gone down in…
  • So You Want to Be a Professional Online Gambler and Work in Your Boxers?

    Eric Rogell
    26 May 2015 | 10:01 am
    Online gambling is just getting bigger and bigger. But not everyone sees placing bets online in your boxer shorts as particularly glamorous, or even real gambling. They believe part of the whole experience is getting dressed up and going to a “real” casino and being dealt cards by a tuxedoed croupier. Truth is, at the end of the day, gambling is all about profits and losses. If you can win big money while just sitting at home in your lucky shorts, it’s the cash, not the clothing and atmosphere, that really matters. The arrival of the online live casino has totally changed the…
  • Television On Demand and On the Go: Miracle or Menace?

    Eric Rogell
    11 May 2015 | 8:35 am
    I don’t know when you were born, but when I was a kid, you had to make time for TV. If you wanted to watch something you had to make sure you were at home when it was on. Sure we had VCRs but they were a new technology, and more often than not, something would go screwy in the machine’s works and you’d end up with an hour of Day’s of Our Lives instead of the episode of Quantum Leap you wanted to see. Even DVRs, for all of their techno wondrousness, have their flaws. When they first came out, they had to be installed by professionals or you ran the risk of having what amounted to a…
 
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    Cool Material

  • Covair Interchangeable Watches Let You Swap Faces and Straps

    Mike Newman
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:00 pm
    A watch’s look defines the situations its appropriate for. Metal band and white face? Put it on before important meetings. Nylon strap and colorful face? You’re ready for a summertime beach trip. With all these different scenarios, it could get expensive owning a nice watch for each of them. That’s why there’s Covair. The clever watch […]
  • An Artist Is Drawing Every Item From His Late Grandfather’s Shed

    Mike Newman
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    Lee John Phillips’s grandfather passed away 20 years ago, and he left behind a tool shed filled with nuts, bolts, tools, and knickknacks. Untouched for the last couple of decades, Philips has now embarked on a mission to draw every item in that shed before it all needs to be disposed of. With tens of thousands of […]
  • The Walking Dead Beer

    Mike Newman
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:30 am
    Need a few cold ones to crack while watching the upcoming sixth season of AMC’s The Walking Dead? Well, the show just partnered with Terrapin Beer Co. to release the perfect thing. The Walking Dead IPA is a red India Pale Ale brewed with blood orange peel set to take the edge off while you’re nervous about […]
  • Startech Sixty8 Defender

    Kevin McCauley
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:55 am
    The automotive world let out a collective gasp last year when Land Rover announced the end of one of the most iconic off-road legends, the Defender. But chin up, no need to start dropping salt yet as there are a slew of commemorative models coming out including this recently announced Startech Sixty8. But don’t waste […]
  • Weekly Style Finds

    Mike Newman
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:30 am
    Sifting through menswear trends and labels is too much for the average guy. Why would you want to spend your day researching when you know 99% of the things you’d find you’d never wear? A better option: Weekly Style Finds. Each week we’ll bring you some of our favorite new items and interesting articles so […]
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    JaysonGaddis.com

  • SC 4 – Antidepressants And Your Relationship – Dr Will Vanderveer

    Jayson
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:52 pm
    IN THIS EPISODE, You will learn: the importance of relationship in integrative psychiatry how to understand what makes the best treatment in psychiatry with and without medication about alternative approaches to allopathic medication with integrative medicine the importance of true intimacy in relationship as medicine critical elements of attaining mental health how honoring yourself in a partnership encourages personal integrity how to maintain your integrity while being true to yourself and getting what you want with connection too how to control the destiny of your relationships and your…
  • SC 3 – Embracing Diversity In Your Partner – Christiane Pelmas


    Jayson
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:06 pm
    IN THIS EPISODE, you will learn: Why and how partnerships matter and what they require What ingredients are needed to truly tend to your partnership How to work through bad habits by utilizing community for support and healing The signs of health in partnership and “right” relationship How to milk your intimate partner for the biggest medicine The core of erotic intelligence how to break the homogeneity of sexuality What’s next after deep connection, emotional intimacy and vulnerability This episode’s guest, Christiane Pelmas, MSW, CSB, is a psychotherapist, educator and…
  • SC 2 – What Is the Point Of Marriage If So Many People Get Divorced?


    Jayson
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:01 pm
    We continue to lay the foundational context for a rockin’ marriage. Will you be a smart couple or a dumb couple? IN THIS EPISODE, You will learn: REAL-LIFE applications to your intimate partnerships that actually work How to get results in the midst of challenge and struggle What the point of marriage is. If you don’t get this you’re screwed. The fallacy of the “romantic notion of love” About the optimal environment for child growth and brain development How to get away from the chronic stress model of marriage About the ins and outs of the “relationship cycle” The…
  • How to Attract A Conscious Man

    Jayson
    24 Jun 2015 | 8:16 am
    I’m writing a short rebuttal (or “addition” depending on how you see it) to Alex Myles  post on How to Attract a Conscious or Evolved Man, posted on Elephant Journal. Here I’m writing my own version. I always like it when women try to tell me about who I am as a man, especially someone trying to describe me as conscious or evolved. Since I teach women all the time about women’s empowerment, it’s fitting to have a woman teaching me about men. Respect Alex (fist bump)! Alex’s post is not a bad read, yet her post perpetuates the fantasy that such a man exists, then sets women…
  • Raising Boys and Men in 2015

    Jayson
    24 May 2015 | 6:14 pm
    As you probably know, I have written at length about boys and men. In this interview with Pixie Lighthorse I break down some core essentials about what men are up against and what the women who date them and are married to them, are also up against. I also cover: What does a nice, new age guy need to do? How can women really help men get more engaged? How does a single mother successfully raise a boy? The “perceived” bind men are in today. Be tough. Be vulnerable. And much more… I think you’ll like it. Here’s the full video interview:   My friend Keith…
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    Acquire

  • The new benchmark for low-light sensitivity, Canon's ME20F-SH

    Staff
    30 Jul 2015 | 2:54 am
    Photo: CanonWhile everyone is trying to get as much resolution as technologically possible into a sensor, Canon has decided to bring some of fits focus to low-light sensitivity with what will be a gamechanger of a video camera, the ME20F-SH. Targeted at the professional market, the camera is capable of shooting at an insane ISO equivalent of more than 4,000,000. Couple that with a drone and you have the ultimate aerial nighttime setup.Though it doesn't shoot 4K, Canon was able to achieve this with full 1080P HD resolution and don't worry, the sensor is more than capable. They've packed a 35mm…
  • Jaguar puts the highly-anticipated F-Pace through wringer in its latest preview

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 6:45 pm
    Jaguar isn't messing around when it comes to the F-Pace, their first SUV is a big deal for the brand and as you'll see in the video, they're making sure they get it right the first time around. The video previews the F-Pace in a variety of extreme environments from hot weather testing in the deserts of Dubai to the snow covered roads at Jaguar Land Rover's test facility in Sweden where temperatures can drop to -40 Celsius.Built at their plant in Solihull, UK, Jaguar plans to unveil the final production model this September at the Frankfurt Motor Show and is set to bring the speedy SUV to…
  • Stock Check | Our Favorite New Releases

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:31 pm
    Photo: ConverseThis week sees some big new releases including the much-talked about sequel to the iconic Chuck Taylor, Microsoft's biggest software release this year, beautifully designed notebooks, and much more. Word Mountain SeriesPhoto: WordAs much as we love our Field Notes we can't take our eyes off Word Notebooks' latest Mountain Series designs. The books are designed with a polygonal mountain range that we can't get enough of and of course, Word's signature list system lines the pages. $10, WordThe Chuck Taylor IIAlmost one hundred years later, Converse releases the sequel…
  • Raen for Deus 2015

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:45 pm
    Photo: RAENMotorcycle company Deus introduces their latest set of eyewear in collaboration with Raen. The new collection features a trio of sunglasses, each featuring a translucent smoke grey frame. Whether your tastes are aligned with more subtle shapes like the Arlo (above) or bolder, oversized frames like the Lenox (below), the collection's frames are versatile and timeless. Each frame is handcrafted using Zyl acetate or machined aluminum and features CR-39 polarized lenses from Carl Zeiss.$145-$245, RAEN
  • From Tip to Toe: The Essential Men's Wardrobe

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 4:05 am
    Photo: GestaltenWhat to wear, how to wear it, and where to get it: "A guide for those who want to be impeccably stylish, this book presents iconic men's clothing and those who wear it, as well as leading brands and manufacturers. For any man, appearing timeless and laid back at once is a challenge. Who makes the best shoes? What styles suit me? Who makes the best white T-shirt and could I wear one with raw denim jeans to an important presentation? Where can I buy suits that are actually worth the money? Which pattern, which fabric, and which cut? Harris tweed or waxed coat? Leather vest…
 
 
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    The Stogie Guys

  • First Smoke: Montecristo Espada Estoque

    Patrick S
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    First Smoke is a new series of Quick Smoke reviews each evaluating a single pre-release cigar. Like the Quick Smokes we publish each Saturday and Sunday, each First Smoke is not quite a full review, just our brief take on a single cigar. As a follow up to last year’s all-Nicaraguan Montecristo Espada line, Altadis […]
  • Cigar Tip: Trying to Taste More

    George E
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Perhaps no topic generates more interest among new smokers—and many long-timers—than the question of how to detect flavors in cigars. “Isn’t it all just tobacco?” is a typical inquiry. Well, yes, it is all tobacco. But you can say the same for a lot of other things we experience with our taste buds. They’re all […]
  • Cigar Spirits: Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Bourbon

    Patrick S
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    The Elijah Craig brand, made by Heaven Hill distillery, is a perfect example of both the reality and the myth surrounding the bourbon shortage that seems to make national news every few months. That the regular 12-year-old small batch version is consistently on shelves demonstrates that, at least for the largest distilleries (Heaven Hill also […]
  • Cigar Review: Las Cumbres Tabaco Señorial Paco Robusto

    Patrick A
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    In August 2013, Joya de Nicaragua announced José Blanco, the company’s senior vice president, had stepped down and would be leaving Estelí for “his roots in the Dominican Republic.” While Blanco’s two-year contract with the oldest cigar maker in Nicaragua was not renewed, he left behind his eponymous, critically acclaimed CyB cigar line (formerly Cuenca […]
  • Quick Smoke: A. Flores Serie Privada Capa Habano Robusto

    Patrick A
    26 Jul 2015 | 1:00 am
    Each Saturday and Sunday we’ll post a Quick Smoke: not quite a full review, just our brief take on a single cigar. I think Abe Flores is one the better cigar makers around, so I’m very excited to review the new Connecticut Valley Reserve from Pinar del Rio, which sports a dark Broadleaf wrapper. To tide […]
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    The Good Men Project

  • Dad Teaches His 3-Year-Old To Skateboard

    the Editors
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:00 am
    Patience, understanding, encouragement, and fun. This dad has it down! Well This one took two sessions but it was well worth it! Ryden was so pumped to hit this, it was awesome to witness. I hope you guys enjoyed watching it go down too. Ryden and I are always filming so keep your eyes peeled for more videos. Stay tuned because I make them everyday! AndrewSchrock/Youtube     The post Dad Teaches His 3-Year-Old To Skateboard appeared first on The Good Men Project.
  • A Suicide Survivor on Why Sandra Bland Didn’t Take Her Own Life

    TechBook Online
    30 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    A Chicago author who tried several times to kill himself explains why Sandra Bland didn’t commit suicide. — by Richard Taylor When I first heard the news about the arrest and alleged suicide of Ms. Sandra Bland, I thought to myself:  “Not again; not another hashtag; not another black life that didn’t seem to matter to the system. As the nation was fed more details about the incident that started with a routine traffic stop, I couldn’t help but wonder how in the hell authorities would convince the public to co-sign their truth. After reviewing much news related to Ms.
  • How Political Engagement On Social Media Can Drive People To Extremes

    The Conversation AU
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    View image | gettyimages.com The online social networks that social media facilitate can act as powerful distribution channels for political messages. _____ At a recent conference, NSW Police deputy commissioner Nick Kaldas noted concern at the increasing public visibility of right-wing extremism. He suggested that extremist groups’ “increasing use of online and social media strategies” is a factor in encouraging political radicalisation and “divisive notions of us and them”. Race Discrimination Commissioner Tim Soutphommasane agrees that social media can play a role: Part of it…
  • She’s One Of A Kind: Why You Should Always Date the Quirky Girl

    Elite Daily
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    If you’re looking for a girl in your life, I highly recommend one who’s quirkier than what you’re used to. —— We’re all a bit odd and peculiar in our own ways — some more than others. Everyone’s quirks are individual, and idiosyncrasies make people so interesting. They’re what make us complex and unique. If you’re looking for a girl in your life, I highly recommend one who’s quirkier than what you’re used to. It’s these sorts of girls who help you crawl outside your comfort zone and live a little more than you would have otherwise. It’s the quirky ones…
  • Moms and Wives Have Found Their Voices in the Dads and Families Section

    Rob Watson
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:30 pm
    And you can too. Read their thoughts and ideas here. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page. Submit your own articles. Together, we are raising the bar as to what it takes to be a father. —     To join our Facebook Page go here.   To submit an article, go here.   To follow The Good Men Project on Twitter, go here.   To follow Dads and Family section editor Rob Watson on Twitter, go here.       Photo : Flickr/Ema             The post Moms and Wives Have Found Their Voices in the Dads and Families Section appeared…
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    inStash

  • Yahoo! Takes On Snapchat With Livetext App

    Kevin Russell
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:38 am
    Remember Yahoo!? Much to Marissa Mayer’s ire, the once ubiquitous internet portal, email service, and instant messaging provider is often derided by the technorati of the world. Now Mayer has a plan to make Yahoo! relevant again and its called Livetext.Livetext is a silent video chat app. Think of it as “live video texting” if you will, a combination of selfie-style live video and instant messaging-style chatting. Basically, Livetext can be considered as what happens if Yahoo! Messenger and Snapchat decided to get together after a night of revelry and then had a baby some 9 months…
  • Windows 10 Is Out And You Should Buy A ThinkPad X250

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:44 pm
    Today is arguably the best day in a long time to be a Microsoft fan. The company nearly crashed and burned (in terms of consumer mindshare) after the spectacular failure of Windows 8 and the lack of a solid mobile product over the last couple of years but now with the Windows 10 release, the Redmond-based behemoth is rising out of near-ashes like some kind of mythical techno-phoenix.So now that Windows 10 is publicly available, the question remains: what Windows 10 laptop should consumers buy?  Well, for most people’s needs we recommend the new Lenovo ThinkPad X250 laptop. Sure, it’s…
  • Now Everyone Can Play KOTOR 2, The Best Star Wars RPG Ever.

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:29 pm
    Here at inStash we focus on writing about what’s new. About the future. So why are we writing about a game which is over 10 years old? Well, to start with, KOTOR 2 is new at least for Linux and OS X gamers. There’s also a whole lot of newness for gamers on any platform including 5K video resolution support and Steam Workshop mod support. Yep, that’s right. Users can now install a whole host of new mods without ever having to fiddle around with complicated installations or having to back up original game files.For those of you who didn’t play KOTOR 2 when it came out, the story follows…
  • Angry Birds 2 Release Imminent

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:58 pm
    In just a couple of hours now, the iTunes and Android Play app store rankings are about to get rocked. What sort of app can do such a thing? Three words: Angry. Birds. Two. Sure, there have been countless Angry Bird game flavors which have been released in the years since the original game debuted on iOS and Android but none of them have added enough “newness” in order to be considered a proper sequel.At its peak, Angry Birds 2 had 263 million monthly active users. Since then, active players have declined to a point where Angry Birds Pop! is the only game which is even on the top…
  • Microsoft Challenges Apple Music With Groove

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    Microsoft isn’t one to let Apple take over a market without a fight. Hot on the heels of the launch of Apple Music, Cupertino’s hottest music service since iTunes, Microsoft has recently launched its own music service. Called Groove Music (doesn’t that sound much better than Zune Music?), Microsoft’s new music streaming platform has one of the largest song catalogs on the planet with over 40 million titles. That’s not all, if you become a subscriber you get access to literally terabytes of music totally ad-free.Another great feature of Groove Music is that your music connection…
 
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    Effortless Gent

  • Three Unconventional Bags For The Office

    Giuliano Caracciolo
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    The following is a guest post from Giuliano of Timeless Gent. Getting from point A to B can be an adventure all on its own. While these adventures can vary considerably, the most common for men has to be a regular trip to the office. With something so common, it’s only natural to carry your essentials when ready to tackle your day. What better way to accomplish this task than with a sharp, timeless bag? I can guess what most of you are thinking. You’re probably rolling your eyes, getting ready to read yet another article online on the importance of the briefcase and how it’s a timeless…
  • EG Travels: 48 Hours In… Portland

    Savannah Hemmings
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    To say that Portland is a city of many offerings would be a tragic understatement. Breweries, green living, coffee shops, community events – Portland is renowned for all of these things and more. When planning a quick trip to the city, it’s best to have a list of must-experience eateries, drinking spots, hotels and attractions. Here we’ve gathered some of Portland’s best. Eat LePigeon • (503) 546-8796 • 738 E Burnside St Call ahead if you want to enjoy Portland’s best spot for fine dining and highly rated French cuisine. The restaurant is small, creating an intimate, communal…
  • An EDC-Style Wardrobe: 12 Things In Your Closet You Can’t Live Without

    Barron Cuadro
    22 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    This article is made possible by Men’s Style Lab, Effortless Style For The Everyday Guy. Upgrade your style with personally selected outfits delivered straight to your door. Get started today. You’ve heard the term “everyday carry” before, right? Essentially, it’s a small set of items one carries on a consistent basis. Usually, it’s the stuff we put in our pockets or in a bag, items that are with us whenever we leave the house. Most refer to it as an EDC. Mine would typically be my watch, bracelet, wedding ring, keys, phone, wallet, and sunglasses. Other folks may carry a…
  • Three Perfect Burgers for Summer

    Dorian Burns-Coyne
    16 Jul 2015 | 8:16 am
    July 4th weekend has passed, which means we’re officially in the thick of summer. From here on out there should be no shortage of hot days, cold drinks, and cook offs with friends. The biggest challenge when cooking for friends is knowing what to whip up that will make everyone happy without turning you into the chef for the day. To make things easier for you, we’ve selected three burger recipes that won’t only satisfy, but will impress even the pickiest burger connoisseur. Editors Note: Want more? The fellas at Blade & Skillet were kind enough to offer Effortless Gent readers…
  • Beat The Heat In Style With These Ten Summer Essentials

    Barron Cuadro
    15 Jul 2015 | 9:02 pm
    This article brought to you by Ministry of Supply. If you’re in NYC, they’re opening a new shop in SoHo on 7/17. Check it out here. There’s nothing like the classics, although sometimes, you want to switch it up a bit. And with the lighter fabrics and vibrant colors that are available in summer, you have a variety of combinations to experiment with. Whether it’s the fabric composition, a play on a classic silhouette, or the addition of a bit more color, here are ten summer essentials, with a twist. 1. Lightweight cardigan Let’s face it, it’s hot and you’re not…
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  • Maintain Your Cool – 3 Ways To Beat The Heat

    Male Standard
    28 Jul 2015 | 1:13 pm
    When we think of summer, we often think spring break, cocktails, beaches, and all those hot summer nights, but for some, summer can become a battlezone to maintain their cool look. The combination of heat, sweat, oil, grease, and sun becomes a toxic mix that creates a mix of skin care problems such as acne, sun damage, and oil. Thankfully help is on hand. Male Standard teamed up with Men’s Health to give you three simple steps towards clean and clear skin and hair this summer.   Below are three products that will help you maintain your cool this summer!   1. Kiehl’s…
  • Beards are Dirtier Than Toilets & Other Weird Beard Facts

    Male Standard
    14 Jul 2015 | 3:23 pm
    To beard or not to beard – now that is a question! It’s said that two-thirds of woman are sexually attracted to men with a beard, but only 1 in 6 will marry him. Clean shaven is the expectation in the workplace, possibly because Greek philosophers preferred this look therefore denoting wisdom. If you find yourself wondering about beards then you’re in the right place. Below are some strange beards facts we’ve discovered on our travels.   1. Beards contain more germs than most toilet seats.   Beards are Dirtier Than Toilets & Other Weird Beard Facts…
  • The Scion Experience – A Drive to Remember #Review

    Male Standard
    9 Jul 2015 | 7:47 am
    Here at Male Standard, we’re always on the lookout for exciting innovations that take something ordinary and make them extraordinary. So when Scion called, we answered. Over the years, there’s been a looming trend in the car industry. One that has graced our over coffee conversations many a time. It seems that all the car brands are creating the same cars. They all look and feel the same, and well, honestly, we’re getting bored of seeing the same generic models on the roads.   2016 Scion iA 40   To blow open the conversation, Scion invited Male Standard to look…
  • My Outfit of the Day Feat. AXE White Label #AxeStagePass

    Male Standard
    8 Jul 2015 | 8:57 am
    One of the earliest memories I have regarding fashion is getting ready to go to the youth club. I didn’t know that what I was experiencing was fashion, or that there were ‘rules’ or expectations. All I knew was that the girl I was crushing on, Sarah, was going to be in attendance. I had watched my dad get ready for date nights with my mom religiously and knew that if I wanted Sarah to talk to me, I had better dress the part.   My Outfit of the Day Feat. AXE White Label #AxeStagePass   That night, I overdosed on cologne and stepped out in my best turtleneck and…
  • Dead Sea Salt Vs Epsom Salt #Review

    Male Standard
    7 Jul 2015 | 7:16 am
    You may be familiar with Epsom Salt, but Dead Sea Salt is where it’s really at; while they both serve to reduce or remove toxins, soothe and relieve inflammation, and rejuvenate skin, Dead Sea Salt has far more nutrients and natural additives that cleanse your body inside and out. This is because they are derived from the Dead Sea; the most nutrient dense salt lake in the world.   Epsom salts contain high levels of magnesium and sulfates, whereas Dead Sea mineral salts contain high levels of magnesium, potassium, calcium chloride, sodium, and bromide. This is important to note, as…
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    Owen Marcus

  • The Five Paths to the Life You Want

    Owen Marcus
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:06 am
    Growing up, I tried to get what I wanted by attempting to develop an effective persona. Eventually, I gave up. I figured I couldn’t make any more of a fool of myself if I just allowed myself to be myself. I had to unlearn my act. That was harder than I thought. When a situation presented itself, rather than go into some rote behavior, I had to ask myself what I felt and what I wanted. For a long time, the answers didn’t immediately present themselves. Gradually, I began to accept what I felt. My voice became stronger, I began speaking what I wanted. I often stumbled getting my words out.
  • Don’t Leave the Relationship – Leave the Model

    Owen Marcus
    25 May 2015 | 10:12 am
    While living in Phoenix many years ago, I sat on my couch one evening with Pam, the woman I was dating. I was trying to answer her request to feel my emotions and explain my thoughts. Pam kept saying patiently, “I don’t feel you.” After a few minutes, sharing my thoughts on the subject, I finally heard what she wanted: she wanted me to express my feelings. Finally I realized that my thoughts – as brilliant as I thought them to be – weren’t my emotions. I got it. It didn’t mean I could immediately shift. But it did mean that I realized I didn’t need to leave the relationship; I…
  • Win Where You Lost – Learn the Secrets of Projecting

    Owen Marcus
    27 Apr 2015 | 5:11 pm
    I grew up a loser. In elementary school, with my speech impediment, dyslexia, and social incompetence I failed with consistency. One of the ways I coped was to project on to others how they were jerks. I often saw their success as not fair, setting me up to be a victim. The better others did, the worse I felt and the more others were wrong. We all project on to others, as I did to make up for where I felt inadequate. Alternatively, maybe it’s putting someone on a pedestal. Our projections are a natural attempt to fill in the gaps in our worthiness. Rather than deny this natural skill of…
  • The Power of Men’s Groups

    Owen Marcus
    13 Apr 2015 | 9:12 am
    We are changing the model of what it means to be a man. In this 30-minute interview with Ken Casler, I discuss how men’s groups give men what they never had. I speak about the distinction between fellowship and brotherhood in regards to creating a successful men’s group. As men, we need the deeper connection of brotherhood to teach ourselves what we need have learned growing up. We speak about what happens when a man doesn’t have emotional support beyond his primary relationship. Check the interview out. The post The Power of Men’s Groups appeared first on Owen Marcus.
  • School for Men

    Owen Marcus
    23 Mar 2015 | 1:07 pm
    You may know how I’m a huge champion of brotherhood, how as men we need more than male friends. I get it with my men’s groups. My good friend Mike Hrostoski’s is doing it with his The School for Men. Because I believe in men shortening their path to success with the help of other men, I wanted to interview Mike about his path to success and his new school. Here it is the interview: http://owenmarcus.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Mike-H-interview-School-for-Men.mp3   Mike put together a free training series for men on the path who want to master the game of life. Here’s a link to…
 
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  • Nike Men’s Air Max 90 Running Shoe

    Wilson Davalos
    29 Jul 2015 | 10:45 am
    Nike Men’s Air Max 90 Running Shoe The Nike Air Max 90, a sneaker built with technology years back. It was kind of like the future, of the past. The thing is, this sneaker still looks relevant. It’s one of those classic kicks, that if it had happened to be designed today, no one would think twice about how modern it looks. That’s the testament of great design, it just works. This sneaker looks phenomenal, yesteryear, today, and it will also work in the future. Own a piece of footwear history for about $100, pick up a pair of Nike Air Max 90s. 
  • O’Malley Round Sunglasses

    Wilson Davalos
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:45 pm
    O’Malley Round Sunglasses These minimally, understated sunglasses look fantastic. They are the O’Malley Round Sunglasses, inspired by the rounded frames that the former owner of the L.A. Dodgers would wear. Made from orange matte acetate with blue polycarbonite lenses, the look like they cost a whole lot more that they actually do. At about $15, pick up a pair or two of these O’Malley Round Sunglasses.
  • The MODERN Hard Case

    Wilson Davalos
    28 Jul 2015 | 10:46 am
    The MODERN Hard Case Pro photographers are notoriously conscious when it comes to protecting their photography equipment. For the most part, photography cases do an amazing job at organizing and protecting all of that pricy equipment. From camera bodies, lenses, speedlights and the like. But one thing on the list that’s missing is style, a lot of these cases have no sense of style or personality. Here’s where The MODERN Hard Case comes into play. From the start, you’ll notice it’s amazing leather construction and retro styling. You’ll also won’t be…
  • The Internet iPhone Case

    Wilson Davalos
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:45 pm
    The Internet iPhone Case Aren’t you tired of those boring cookie cutter iPhone cases? Picture this, you just got your amazingly beautiful iPhone. Now you don’t want to ruin it, so you buy a case for it. The problem being is that now your ugly case is covering up your hot new iPhone. Well your solution might be an iPhone Skin, and particularly this skin called The Internet. This gorgeous skin is made from patented 3M material that allows for easy application. This skin is only going to set you back $15, and looks amazing. It’s also available for your Mac.
  • 5 Panel Hat

    Wilson Davalos
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:45 am
    City Hunter Flower 5 Panel Hat There’s no doubt that 5 panel hats are cool. Right now we are into this Flower Panel 5 Panel Hat from City Hunter. The vintage flower pattern looks amazing, and as all 5 panel hats, you will get that sleek minimal look. At about $20, it’s a must buy. Pick up this City Hunter Flower 5 Panel Hat.
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  • Day 3 Of Crown Royal’s “Capture The Crown” Expedition

    Alex
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:10 pm
    There are some moments that will stay with you for a lifetime. I can say with confidence my trip with Crown Royal to the Crown Royal Brickyard 400 race at the Indianapolis Motor Raceway was indeed one of them. After a great kickoff and even more phenomenal second day, our third day of the Crown Royal “Capture The Crown” expedition was something to behold. The scavenger hunt concluded with Team Joe coming in first place. While we didn’t win the iPad prizes, I can say with confidence that the “Capture The Crown” was one of the bigger highlights of the weekend. Our…
  • Polo Sport Men’s Slaton Sneaker Collection

    Martin
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:18 pm
    As a college student I wore a lot of Ralph Lauren clothing; specifically their athletic brand Polo Sport. For some reason Ralph and company transitioned it to RLX which was never my style. I’m proud to say Polo Sport is back and in a big way. The Polo Sport Slaton Sneaker collection will be a Summer / Fall essential. Ironically while on a recent vacation I happened to spot the original Polo Sport cologne at a Ralph Lauren outlet. I was very tempted to purchase it for nostalgia purposes but I passed. Now a couple of days later it all came back full circle. While the entire Slaton Sneaker…
  • Day 2 Of Crown Royal’s “Capture The Crown” Expedition

    Alex
    26 Jul 2015 | 11:43 am
    The Crown Royal Capture The Crown expedition continues. Our first day treated us to a grand tasting of Crown Royal’s different Whisky variants paired with a delicious dinner. Day two was even more eventful with the kickoff to the #CaptureTheCrown scavenger hunt, a visit to the historic Crown Royal Brickyard 400 and an overtop dinner reception to this year’s “Your Hero’s Name Here” campaign winner Jeff Kyle. In the morning the entire crew was whisked away to the Crown Royal Brickyard 400 raceway. We were greeted with a buffet breakfast spread. But that was just…
  • Day 1 Of Crown Royal’s “Capture The Crown” Expedition

    Alex
    25 Jul 2015 | 7:14 am
    While Nascar fans gear up for one of the biggest races of the year today at the Brickyard, we too revved up our engines. Yesterday we were fueled by award winning Canadian Whisky, five star dining and more importantly impeccable hospitality from our family at Crown Royal. As we shared earlier this week, we were lucky enough to be invited by Crown Royal Whisky to participate in their “Capture The Crown” expedition in Indianapolis during the Nascar Sprint Series Race. Our first day of the trip was breathtaking to say the least. After a very cozy flight into Indianapolis we were…
  • U.S. Marine Announced As Official Namesake of Brickyard 400 NASCAR Race

    Alex
    21 Jul 2015 | 2:52 pm
    When tens of thousands of race fans visit Indianapolis Motor Speedway for one of NASCAR’s biggest races of the summer, one name will stick out among the rest. Come race day, not only will fans recognize the name within the Crown Royal Presents the “Your Hero’s Name Here” 400 race title, but they will also understand the reason why Jeff Kyle is being honored as an American hero. Today in his home state, during a special reveal event at the Texas Rangers game, Kyle was announced as the winner of Crown Royal® Canadian Whisky’s annual “Your Hero’s Name Here” program,…
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  • 5 Reasons To Choose The Right Athletic Clothing | How Sports Gear Influences Performance In Sport & Exercise | Does What You Wear Affect Your Fitness Goals?

    Antonio
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:11 am
    You’ve heard the phrase – dress for success. It turns out this is true even in the domain of exercise and sport. In other words – the clothing you choose influences your performance on the sports field and in the gym. It sounds counterintuitive, right? You’re going to get hot and sweaty anyway. Why not just slip into a worn out cotton t-shirt and beat up shorts? Why does it matter what you wear for a workout? You’re about to find out how choosing the right athletic apparel improves your performance at sport and exercise. Listed below are 5 reasons you should consider…
  • Warm Weather Sweaters | How to Wear A Sweater In Hot Climate

    Antonio
    25 Jul 2015 | 7:56 am
    Hot weather & sweaters. You might think they don’t go together……..however…. It is possible to wear a sweater when the weather is warm. How? Well let me start with the question a reader from North Queensland Australia sent me. Antonio, I like your video on jeans and sweaters. However it is too warm in Queensland for sweaters. How can I still sport a sweater in warm weather? North Queensland is tropical and hot. Even the winters are mild with the average temperature being 17 C (62.6 F for my North American readers) In the summer – it gets routinely over 30 C…
  • What Does A Man’s Bald Head Signal? | Do Men With Shaved Heads Project Dominance & Authority?

    Antonio
    21 Jul 2015 | 4:26 pm
    Want to look 13% stronger? Shave your head. At least that’s the finding from a new research which suggests that men who take the preemptive step of shaving their head appear tougher and more powerful than others. A shaved head indicates dominance, authority and… being in control. Sounds like a fitting description of Hollywood’s leading action stars – Bruce Willis, Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesel and Jason Statham. Their shaved heads play a significant role in their tough-guy image. Greeks soldiers during the reign of Alexander the Great were ordered to shave their heads as a…
  • Facial Piercings Affect Perceived Attractiveness & Intelligence? Nose Ear Lip Brow Piercings & Perception

    Antonio
    18 Jul 2015 | 6:55 am
    You’ve heard the saying, “Don’t judge a man by his facial piercings?” Probably not – because I just made it up. However – it’s not far from the truth. We are constantly engaged in the act of judging people by outward symbols – clothes, appearance, visible tattoos and facial piercings. Do facial piercings change how people view you as a person and your abilities at your workplace? Yes – they do. Influenced by African and Asian cultures, facial and body piercings have increased in popularity since the 1970s. Piercings are regarded as more of a taboo in the…
  • How RMRS Generates Income | RMRS Business Partnerships and Affiliate Marketing

    Antonio
    16 Jul 2015 | 12:37 pm
    No matter how passionate you are you have to eat. It’s fine to have a great business idea but sooner or later it has to pay the bills. Unless you’re venture capital backed……and then you better be able to grow fast (although you still have to eventually monetize!) Today I want to address a recurring question I’m asked: Antonio, how do you make money with RMRS? How do you make money online? Basically people see that: I’m collecting emails. I have sponsors I have a Youtube channel. I have a few websites. I sell courses. I run a custom clothier business. I do…
 
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  • Yahoo! Takes On Snapchat With Livetext App

    Kevin Russell
    30 Jul 2015 | 12:38 am
    Remember Yahoo!? Much to Marissa Mayer’s ire, the once ubiquitous internet portal, email service, and instant messaging provider is often derided by the technorati of the world. Now Mayer has a plan to make Yahoo! relevant again and its called Livetext.Livetext is a silent video chat app. Think of it as “live video texting” if you will, a combination of selfie-style live video and instant messaging-style chatting. Basically, Livetext can be considered as what happens if Yahoo! Messenger and Snapchat decided to get together after a night of revelry and then had a baby some 9 months…
  • Windows 10 Is Out And You Should Buy A ThinkPad X250

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:44 pm
    Today is arguably the best day in a long time to be a Microsoft fan. The company nearly crashed and burned (in terms of consumer mindshare) after the spectacular failure of Windows 8 and the lack of a solid mobile product over the last couple of years but now with the Windows 10 release, the Redmond-based behemoth is rising out of near-ashes like some kind of mythical techno-phoenix.So now that Windows 10 is publicly available, the question remains: what Windows 10 laptop should consumers buy?  Well, for most people’s needs we recommend the new Lenovo ThinkPad X250 laptop. Sure, it’s…
  • Now Everyone Can Play KOTOR 2, The Best Star Wars RPG Ever.

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:29 pm
    Here at inStash we focus on writing about what’s new. About the future. So why are we writing about a game which is over 10 years old? Well, to start with, KOTOR 2 is new at least for Linux and OS X gamers. There’s also a whole lot of newness for gamers on any platform including 5K video resolution support and Steam Workshop mod support. Yep, that’s right. Users can now install a whole host of new mods without ever having to fiddle around with complicated installations or having to back up original game files.For those of you who didn’t play KOTOR 2 when it came out, the story follows…
  • Angry Birds 2 Release Imminent

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:58 pm
    In just a couple of hours now, the iTunes and Android Play app store rankings are about to get rocked. What sort of app can do such a thing? Three words: Angry. Birds. Two. Sure, there have been countless Angry Bird game flavors which have been released in the years since the original game debuted on iOS and Android but none of them have added enough “newness” in order to be considered a proper sequel.At its peak, Angry Birds 2 had 263 million monthly active users. Since then, active players have declined to a point where Angry Birds Pop! is the only game which is even on the top…
  • Microsoft Challenges Apple Music With Groove

    Kevin Russell
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    Microsoft isn’t one to let Apple take over a market without a fight. Hot on the heels of the launch of Apple Music, Cupertino’s hottest music service since iTunes, Microsoft has recently launched its own music service. Called Groove Music (doesn’t that sound much better than Zune Music?), Microsoft’s new music streaming platform has one of the largest song catalogs on the planet with over 40 million titles. That’s not all, if you become a subscriber you get access to literally terabytes of music totally ad-free.Another great feature of Groove Music is that your music connection…
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  • Fabric Cageless Water Bottle

    David Saunders
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:30 pm
    Cyclists seem to get all the cool sporting gadgets these days – probably because they’re permitted to use more of them than most other athletes in other sports! The next in line is the Fabric cageless Water Bottle. The revolutionary water bottle completely does away with the need for a cage by mounting your bottle directly on to your frame. Its ultralight-weight 1.5g studs are secure and the bottle simply clips into place. Of course, the first question will be, “It looks cool. But why the need?” It’s quite simple really – it removes unnecessary parts to the bike and improves…
  • New Balance MD1500 Deconstructed

    Joe
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:30 pm
    One of our favourite menswear retailers Size? has teamed up with New Balance to launch a new exclusive version of the MD1500 Deconstructed trainer and we love the results! A reengineered interpretation of the 1500, one of New Balance’s most enduring and iconic classic running shoes, the MD1500 Deconstructed strips the silhouette down to its purest essence, featuring clean lines, premium materials and a lightweight REVlite midsole. Constructed from a perforated, full-grain leather upper, Size’s take on the MD1500 is considerably refined having removed any excess features while still…
  • Reboot the Suit: Help Preserve Neil Armstrong’s Spacesuit

    David Saunders
    29 Jul 2015 | 11:27 pm
    As we’ve confessed many times before, we’re self-confessed geeks here at Average Joes. So we’re calling for Joes around the world to help conserve, digitise, and display Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 spacesuit for explorers everywhere! July 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, a feat so breath-taking in its scope and ambition that it captured the collective imaginations of audiences around the world. But believe it or not, one of the main pieces of equipment that embodies our species’ greatest achievements is not under lock and key at a…
  • Jurassic World Triumph Scrambler

    David Saunders
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:33 pm
    Unless you’re dead inside, we can’t imagine any Joe didn’t absolutely love Jurassic World. We also reckon that unless you’re as cold as ice, you’re bound to love Chris Pratt and want to go for a pint with him. While we can’t offer you that, we can send you in the direction of his motorbike from the film which is now being sold on eBay! Presented for auction by Triumph Motorcycles, you can bid for the Triumph Scrambler ridden by Chris Pratt’s Owen Grady in Jurassic World, one of only three in the world! The Scrambler features a twin cylinder, 865cc engine. Modifications…
  • Little British Monitor

    David Saunders
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:32 pm
    With the amount of music speakers on offer in the current market, it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. Most speakers tend to find a single unique selling point, whether it be size, quality or connectivity. The Little British Monitor is attempting to address all three of these features and more. The Little British Monitor, or ‘LBM’ as the kids on the street are calling it, is a desktop sized, aptX Bluetooth enabled, fully active and professional quality speaker. Equally suited to the quality conscious recording engineer, musician or music lover. But here’s the real twist in the…
 
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  • Attention Kroger Shoppers!

    Staff
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:39 am
    Are you a Kroger Shopper? If so, the supermarket chain, is recalling four of its seasonings after a positive test for salmonella was discovered. Kroger is recalling its store brand Ground Cinnamon, Garlic Powder, Coarse Ground Black Pepper and Bac’n Buds. Kroger is recalling the following items: Product UPC Codes Size Kroger Ground Cinnamon 1111070034 Sell by: […]
  • Are Android Phones Easily Hacked?

    Staff Contributor
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:33 pm
    Android phones can be hacked with a simple text
  • PTSD: Black Men Under Siege

    Staff Contributor
    27 Jul 2015 | 10:01 am
      The latest images in the news of African American Men being gunned down, choked out, beaten, and suffering life altering injuries at the hands of the police has captivated our attention. The mental health of so many African American Men has been forever changed due to these fatal trends. Many African American Men are […]
  • Stroke Sends Joe Jackson to ICU

    Staff Contributor
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:32 am
    As news of the death of Bobbi Kristina, daughter of deceased music icon, Whitney Houston, another family musical dynasty is dealing with a health crisis. Joe Jackson, the father of the late Michael Jackson, has been admitted to a hospital in Brazil after suffering a stroke while visiting the South American country. In an emailed statement […]
  • Control Hunger With a Avocado Snack

    Staff
    24 Jul 2015 | 10:37 pm
    More than 100 million avocados will be consumed during the Big Game.
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  • Think About This Before You Drink A Can Of Coke

    Unplugged Staff
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:53 am
    Before you pick up your next can of Coco Cola, You may want to rethink the slogan “Have a Coke and a Smile” popularized in the 80’s. Unless you live in the middle of no where, you should be well aware that having a Coke is like flirting with your frenemy. While it may put …
  • 5 Summer Wear Tips For Guys

    Unplugged Staff
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:51 am
    The warm summer weather is no excuse to lose your edge on fashion. We have five tips for clothing items that all men should have in their summer wardrobe if for nothing else than to impress the ladies.
  • Upgrade Your Wrist Candy With Shinola’s “THE RUNWELL 41mm” Watch

    Unplugged Staff
    27 Jul 2015 | 7:38 am
    As a man you should always have a variety of styles and quality watches in your collection and Shinola's "THE RUNWELL 41mm" watch is a brand to consider.
  • Interview: Ben Simmons Talks College, Gatorade Player of the Year Honors, And Crazy Fans

    Tam-Star
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:47 am
    Becoming a Gatorade National Player of the Year winner is a tall accomplishment even for Ben Simmons who stands 6 feet 10 inches and weighs 230 pounds.
  • Diesel Black Leather Diamond Sneakers

    Unplugged Staff
    24 Jul 2015 | 7:48 am
    The new Diesel black leather diamond sneakers doesn’t have an actual diamond attached, but the buffed leather high-top sneaker is sure to garner some attention.
 
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  • 5 Ways to Be More Successful Today

    Steve Siebold
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:34 am
    Maybe you’re at the point in your life where things keep getting better, but the time it’s taking to get to where you want to be seems to be taking too long. Or maybe you’re just stuck, and despite your best efforts to move forward, you can’t seem to climb out of the rut. Things might not necessarily be bad, but they’re just average and you can’t seem to find the level of success you know you deserve. No matter how you define success, whether it’s money, job title, personal fulfillment or whatever, there are five things you can do today to help you reach the success you wish to…
  • 4 Tips To Use Visualization For A Better Life

    Kathy Gruver
    20 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    We often overlook the power of our own mind in changing our bodies and physiology. Our brain is incredible, but can’t tell the difference between what we are thinking about and imagining and what is really happening. Therefore, if we are dwelling on negativity and reliving past bad experiences over and over again, our brain will activate a stress response, assuming we are really under siege. This is why we can get so emotional during a movie or wake up from an inappropriate dream unable to look our coworker in the eye later that day. So rather than dwelling in the past or reliving…
  • 5 Negative Thoughts That Will Destroy Your Relationship

    Sarah Yu
    19 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Negativity kills relationships. It’s so easy for us to be negative than to be positive, because let’s face it, consistently being positive takes a lot of mental effort. But optimism is more powerful than pessimism, and it can drastically change your lifestyle. I’ve been in a long-distance relationship with an incredible guy for a little over three months, and I’ve never been happier. We’re so comfortable with each other, we’ve seen and accepted each other’s flaws, and we’ve had our share of big and small arguments. Our first big fight started when my negative thoughts turned…
  • 10 Morning Habits For Productivity And Success

    Barrie Davenport
    19 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Have you ever noticed the way you start your day sets the tone for the rest of the day? If you wake up late, skip breakfast, and rush out the door, you feel discombobulated all day long. There’s also something psychological about getting off on the wrong foot. You just feel bad about yourself. However, when you get up early, feeling relaxed and organized, you’re more confident, focused, and ready to seize the day. Your head is clear of the multitude of distractions and anxieties that come with a bad start in the morning. How we begin our days isn’t an accident. It begins…
  • 7 Reasons To Stop Multitasking…and What To Do Instead

    Devora Zack
    16 Jul 2015 | 3:35 am
    Most people think they can accomplish more by tackling several tasks at once. Yet the truth has finally come to light: Multitasking is ineffective. It simply does not work. In fact, multitasking decreases productivity by as much as 40 percent. Attempting to multitask costs lives, derails relationships, and even shrinks the prefrontal cortext! Neuroscientists from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and the University of London concur that multitasking is problematic, lowering IQ and interfering with brain function. The alternative? It’s time for a breath of fresh air–singletasking.
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  • Terrafugia TF-X Might Be The First Legal Flying Car

    Antonie George
    29 Jul 2015 | 2:02 am
    Terrafugia TF-X Might Be The First Legal Flying CarTerrafugia is not just a new child company just reaching the market and expecting to revolutionize. They’ve been there since 2006, and they are one step closer to providing the personal flying vehicle that will fit inside a regular home garage. According to Terrafugia’s description, the TF-X should be the easy to handle, lightweight, fast and comfortable flying car. TF-X has a lot of goals to check before being released, both in terms of safety and performance. For example, TF-X should be designed to be easy to maneuver, taking no…
  • Charge Smartphones Free With Solar Paper

    Antonie George
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:31 am
    Charge Smartphones Free With Solar PaperIt is the start of an end we might say; and we are talking about fossil fuels. Although the change is not abrupt at all, we are witnessing the transition towards solar energy usage along with other types of alternative energy. Although there are only a few cars that actually run solely on electric power, gadgets are in the number of billions. Solar Paper aims to be the lightest and fastest solar charger there is. According to producers, it is so light, it fits inside a note planner. It comes into 5, 7.5 and 10 watt chargers, using 2, 3 or 4 panels,…
  • Explore the Spirit of Africa From the Tsala Treetop Lodge

    Claudia Boerescu
    28 Jul 2015 | 5:06 am
    Explore the Spirit of Africa From the Tsala Treetop LodgeHow would you feel about a quiet evening amid the unspoiled  beauty of the one-of-a-kind African indigenous forest?However, we are not suggesting you bring your tent and sleeping bag, but instead, we recommend you opt for the Tsala treetop lodge, for a unique experience in southern Africa.You can explore the wilderness while living in style in the lovely accommodation that is fully furnished with great taste, but, most of all, it preserves the spirit of Africa, which is mirrored even in the stone masonry entrance that is bordered by a…
  • 5 Sneakers That Caught Our Attention This Week

    Antonie George
    27 Jul 2015 | 8:15 am
    5 Sneakers That Caught Our Attention This WeekI got 99 problems but sneakers ain’t one of them, that is certain. As we definitely have mentioned before, you never have enough sneakers and by no means you have too many pairs of sneakers. With the encouraging big speech already done, let’s get started on the next five sneakers that caught our attention this week. Check the out below.1. New Balance MD1500 “Deconstructed” PackSince the recent trend of sneaker producers is to renew iconic silhouettes by adding new materials, getting lower weight numbers and using as few…
  • Friday Inspiration #119

    Bogdan
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:55 pm
    Friday Inspiration #119This 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!Have an amazing weekend and stay classy, stay curious, stay smart!Here are most of the songs we’ve featured in our previous FIs. Each week we’ll add a new song on top of this list. If you have any questions regarding the photos used, drop us a comment and we’ll let you know the whats and hows of it all. Also, as always, you’ll find the beautiful…
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  • 5 Ways to Be More Successful Today

    Steve Siebold
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:34 am
    Maybe you’re at the point in your life where things keep getting better, but the time it’s taking to get to where you want to be seems to be taking too long. Or maybe you’re just stuck, and despite your best efforts to move forward, you can’t seem to climb out of the rut. Things might not necessarily be bad, but they’re just average and you can’t seem to find the level of success you know you deserve. No matter how you define success, whether it’s money, job title, personal fulfillment or whatever, there are five things you can do today to help you reach the success you wish to…
  • 4 Tips To Use Visualization For A Better Life

    Kathy Gruver
    20 Jul 2015 | 3:30 am
    We often overlook the power of our own mind in changing our bodies and physiology. Our brain is incredible, but can’t tell the difference between what we are thinking about and imagining and what is really happening. Therefore, if we are dwelling on negativity and reliving past bad experiences over and over again, our brain will activate a stress response, assuming we are really under siege. This is why we can get so emotional during a movie or wake up from an inappropriate dream unable to look our coworker in the eye later that day. So rather than dwelling in the past or reliving…
  • 5 Negative Thoughts That Will Destroy Your Relationship

    Sarah Yu
    19 Jul 2015 | 2:00 pm
    Negativity kills relationships. It’s so easy for us to be negative than to be positive, because let’s face it, consistently being positive takes a lot of mental effort. But optimism is more powerful than pessimism, and it can drastically change your lifestyle. I’ve been in a long-distance relationship with an incredible guy for a little over three months, and I’ve never been happier. We’re so comfortable with each other, we’ve seen and accepted each other’s flaws, and we’ve had our share of big and small arguments. Our first big fight started when my negative thoughts turned…
  • 10 Morning Habits For Productivity And Success

    Barrie Davenport
    19 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Have you ever noticed the way you start your day sets the tone for the rest of the day? If you wake up late, skip breakfast, and rush out the door, you feel discombobulated all day long. There’s also something psychological about getting off on the wrong foot. You just feel bad about yourself. However, when you get up early, feeling relaxed and organized, you’re more confident, focused, and ready to seize the day. Your head is clear of the multitude of distractions and anxieties that come with a bad start in the morning. How we begin our days isn’t an accident. It begins…
  • 7 Reasons To Stop Multitasking…and What To Do Instead

    Devora Zack
    16 Jul 2015 | 3:35 am
    Most people think they can accomplish more by tackling several tasks at once. Yet the truth has finally come to light: Multitasking is ineffective. It simply does not work. In fact, multitasking decreases productivity by as much as 40 percent. Attempting to multitask costs lives, derails relationships, and even shrinks the prefrontal cortext! Neuroscientists from Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and the University of London concur that multitasking is problematic, lowering IQ and interfering with brain function. The alternative? It’s time for a breath of fresh air–singletasking.
 
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  • 11 Etiquette Musts for the Modern Gentleman

    RJ Firchau
    17 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    A wise man once said that “a gentleman is not defined by the content of his wallet or the cut of his suit. He is defined by his manners and the content of his character.” We at The GentleManual are strong proponents of good manners. However, it seems as if the concepts of manners and etiquette are a dying breed in this day and age–a sort of arbitrary construct characteristic of generations past. Etiquette used to be one of the most important lessons a man could learn–one that helped a man get on in his social and professional life and one that set him up for success. In a…
  • Hair Product Guide

    Jacob Sigala
    10 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    Your hair is just as much a part of your look as that tailored suit you’re wearing. How you choose to style it will no doubt determine how people see you. Think of spiked hair versus a side-part. One screams “Jersey Shore” while the other suggests “gentleman.” Your hairstyle will ultimately be determined by the overall look you’re working to achieve. Getting that desired hairstyle can pose a challenge, however. The plethora of hair products available between your local drug store and the internet can make choosing the right one confusing. With that in mind,…
  • 10 Classy Watches Under $100

    Jacob Sigala
    3 Jul 2015 | 12:00 am
    Despite the fact that the evolution of the smart phone has made wearing a watch redundant, a watch’s ability to demonstrate personality and style has not been stripped. They are timeless (or time-full?) pieces. We all love our watches. However, we don’t particularly like the idea of spending the cost of a used car (or a cheap Rolex) on them. If you are among the gentlemen that agree with the aforementioned statement, we understand you. You don’t want a $1000+ watch. You simply want something that will properly compliment your outfit. For that very reason, we put…
  • 4th of July Barbecue Guide

    LilyAnne Rice
    26 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    It may not come as a huge surprise that the Fourth of July is the biggest grilling holiday of the year. A backyard barbecue is the perfect excuse to gather a group of friends, get outdoors, and grab a drink or two. We’ve laid out the foundation for setting yourself up to be a grill expert. Now, check out these simple tips that will get you grilling delicious grub and impressing your friends in no time. What to Grill First thing’s first: pick out what’s going on the menu. Use a temperature guide to to gauge the done-ness of whatever type of protein you throw on the grill. Beef…
  • Stocking the Perfect Home Bar

    RJ Firchau
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:00 am
    There are few things more enjoyable than having a properly stocked bar in the comfort of your own home. We’re not talking about having one go-to bottle stashed away in the back of your freezer and a 6-pack of beer that you picked up on your way home from work. What you need, friends, is a solid bar stocked with the basics so you can entertain (and impress) guests, as well as treat yourself to the gift of a properly mixed drink. Starting a home bar may seem daunting or superfluous, but when your lady friend (or your boss or anyone else that needs to be impressed) comes over and you can…
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    Men kingdom

  • Oakley Mens Carry On Roller Luggage

    Admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:57 am
    Carry on size rolling bag, fits in most airline overhead bins. Product Features 44L capacity Available 1 and 1 Split main opening allows for easy access to gear Telescoping handle Zip accessory mesh pocket inside The post Oakley Mens Carry On Roller Luggage appeared first on Men kingdom.
  • Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Jerome Front Pocket Wallet, Oxblood, One Size

    Admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:57 am
    This wallet has a slim body to fit comfortably in your front pocket. Its simplicity is perfect for cards and some cash when on the go. Product Features Lightly tumbled bifold wallet with double-stitch trim and metallic hardware logo at corner Multiple card slots The post Tommy Hilfiger Men’s Jerome Front Pocket Wallet, Oxblood, One Size appeared first on Men kingdom.
  • New Balance Men’s M680 Running Shoe

    Admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:57 am
    A neutral trainer from the running experts at New Balance gets a boost of essential comfort in the M680 running shoe. Product Features Injection molded EVA midsole ABZORB midfoot cushioning XLT flexible cushioned footbed 12mm heel-to-toe drop 10.6 oz (298g) A neutral trainer from the running experts at New Balance gets a boost of essential comfort in the M680 running shoe. The post New Balance Men’s M680 Running Shoe appeared first on Men kingdom.
  • Haggar Men’s Cool 18 Hidden Expandable Waist Plain Front Pant,Navy,36×29

    Admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:57 am
    Haggar pants Kohl’s – These men’s flat-front pants from Haggar deliver high performance construction and high style. Shop our full line of Haggar clothes at Kohl’s. Product Features 100% Micro Polyester No iron, stretch Moisture wicking Machine washable Imported The post Haggar Men’s Cool 18 Hidden Expandable Waist Plain Front Pant,Navy,36×29 appeared first on Men kingdom.
  • Calvin Klein Men’s X Fit Suit, Black, 38 Regular

    Admin
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:57 am
    X fit 2-piece solid suit Product Features Two-piece suit with two-button jacket and flat-front pant Slim-fit jacket with four-button cuffs featuring notched lapel and side vents Partially lined pant featuring button-through welt pockets at back and tab closure at zipper fly The post Calvin Klein Men’s X Fit Suit, Black, 38 Regular appeared first on Men kingdom.
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  • Definitive Guide To The Lapel Flower – A Bloom Of Stylish Meaning

    Brian Cornwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 9:28 pm
    The lapel flower has been around for many years yet few know anything related to the early history of this fashion accessory that has long been a popular “go-to” item for men of all ages. Perhaps you recognize the lapel flower by its more common designation as a “Boutonniere”. No matter which of the terms is being used it still refers to a decorative flower that is worn on the lapel of a man’s suit. Typically one would expect to see lapel flowers in particular settings. When participating in a wedding, a formal event, a funeral procession or a formal dance the…
  • Nice Guy Syndrome 101 – What You Can Do About It

    Brian Cornwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 8:03 pm
    The idea of a “nice guy” has changed over the years, from a phrase summarizing what every woman wants to a syndrome to what every man should avoid being. Some men even call it the recipe for consistently getting friend zoned. While there are some distinct differences in perception, but one thing is clear in the 21st century – you do not want to fall into the “Nice Guy Syndrome.” The truth is, women today do not want a good or nice guy in the general sense of the word – they want a great guy. A Woman’s View Women want a man who will take the lead and show them rather than…
  • How To Write A Two Weeks Notice Letter – Professional Templates To Give Notice

    Brian Cornwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Leaving a job and moving forward is sometimes a difficult thing to do, while at other times it can bring a strong feeling of relief. Discover how to handle it like a professional and a gentleman. For whatever reason you are leaving a company, there are many long-term considerations you need to take into account. These factors take place in two phases – preparing to give your employer two weeks notice, and how you should conduct yourself for your remaining time with the company. To show you how to professionally resign from your employer I’ve included complimentary notice letter…
  • Top 13 Best Antiperspirants For Men – Smell Good Not Sweaty

    Brian Cornwell
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:21 pm
    Elevate your skin care routine with a powerful sweat stopper. Get all-day protection against armpit odor while keeping your shirt dry and yourself comfortable. When it comes to men’s antiperspirant you should be looking for three critical things: Nourishment, moisturizing ability, and of course the biggest thing of them all, protection. An aromatic fragrance is always a touch, but it doesn’t help much when your shirt is soaking in sweat and your armpits stink. Truth be told, nothing is going to cover up the foul odor from excessive sweat. However, you can shut down your sweat…
  • What To Wear To A Funeral For Men – Memorial Service Attire

    Brian Cornwell
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:56 pm
    Look sharp without attracting attention away from the deceased. A black suit, white shirt and black necktie are a gentleman’s best bet. Choosing the correct attire to wear often poses specific challenges to men of all ages. However, when it comes to the clothes worn at a funeral service, the challenges are multiplied. There are many men who wonder if there is a certain style or color of clothes that are more appropriate for funeral wear. While there are some traditions and cultural considerations to bear in mind, you have a fairly wide range of attire from which you can make your clothing…
 
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    Urbasm

  • The Roundup – Be Your Best Self

    Max Green
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Part of investing in your best self… is trusting more than just yourself. We all need a high authority to believe in. Here are a few of the leading ‘authorities’ we get much of our inspiration and advice from. At his best, man is the noblest of animals—Separated from law and justice, he is the worst.” – Aristotle 11 Creative uses for Condoms that Don’t Involve Sex – Supercompressor Stop the Dad Bod Nonsense – Men’s Health Are You Dressing Your Age – Mr Porter 10 bags We Love Carrying to the Office – Details 70 Ways the Women We Love Wore Their…
  • Aether and Salt Indestructible Scout Sunglasses

    Pamela Causfield
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:17 am
    These Scout sunglasses are the glorious result of the cooperation between two sexy California brands, Aether and Salt. They are molded out of lightweight, beta-titanium frames, which makes them practically indestructible. Even the nose pads are molded out of titanium for increased durability and comfort. The lenses are both polarized and photochromic to ensure superior vision during a variety of weather situations. These sunnies also comes with extended glare windshields to reduce the problem of dust and peripheral sunlight from ruining the moment. To keep them safe for use with a motorcycle…
  • Audemars Piguet X Michael Schumacher Royal Oak Laptimer

    Evan McTavish
    28 Jul 2015 | 9:45 am
    Art and functionality find a new way to express themselves in this Audemars Piguet X Michael Schumacher chronograph watch. This one is particularly unique, harnessing the mechanical power to view two consecutive lap times at once. And it does this down to the detail of an eighth of a second. The Royal Oak Laptimer comes with a 44mm carbon case, titanium bezel, ceramic push pieces and an 80-hour reserve. It features the new 413-part Caliber 2923 movement, which has been in development for a number of years. And now that it has finally made its appearance, it will be making its exit much too…
  • Introducing the Hot Tub Hydro Hammock

    Pamela Causfield
    27 Jul 2015 | 3:44 pm
    We thought we were in heaven when we were introduced to the HotTug Jacuzzi Boat. But as much as we loved it, not all of us live close enough to a large water source to make use of something like that on a regular basis. So we began to wonder… what is something a little more practical, economical and feasible? Well, depending on your patience level, you could always lug around an inflatable hot tub. These are decently cool, but definitely inconvenient and take a long to time to fill and heat. Or… The innovator, Benjamin H. Frederick, has combined the strength and portability of a…
  • 6 Ways to Create An Environmentally Friendly Man Cave

    admin
    27 Jul 2015 | 9:31 am
    Your man cave is where you go to cheer on your favorite team, enjoy a relaxing beer in the evening, and watch awesome action flicks with your buddies. It’s your refuge. Design it so it has as little impact on the environment as possible, and you’ll be able to enjoy your video games and sports shows guilt-free. Here are some tips for making your man cave as green as it is glorious. 1. Say No to Neon Neon tubes are notorious energy hogs. Although the amount of power they consume varies depending on the color of the light and the length of the tubes, they are woefully inefficient…
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    Classy Bro

  • The Best Burn Bra Pictures from The Chive (18 Pics)

    The Russian
    29 Jul 2015 | 5:39 pm
    Here are some of the best burn bra pictures from The Chive. Who knew that not wearing any bras could be so much fun… Check out more awesome burn your bra galleries on The Chive! See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: The Best Burn Bra Pictures from The Chive (18 Pics)
  • Best Hump Day Pictures Ever Taken (16 Pics)

    The Russian
    29 Jul 2015 | 3:17 pm
    It’s hump day, so we thought we would do a gallery of some of the best hump day pictures ever taken. Some of these booties are unreal! Share this gallery if these hump day butts blew your mind! See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Best Hump Day Pictures Ever Taken (16 Pics)
  • How To Get The Windows 10 Update

    The Russian
    29 Jul 2015 | 12:23 pm
    Windows 10 launches today, so we thought we would let you know how you can get the Windows 10 update. The good news, Windows 10 is finally here! The bad news, you may not be able to update right away on July 29. There is still plenty you can do to prepare though… 1. Make [&hellip See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: How To Get The Windows 10 Update
  • Busty Fit Girls to Save The Day (16 Pics)

    The Russian
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:56 pm
    It’s time for some hot busty fit girls to save the day. Who says that you can’t have amazing boobs if you work out See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: Busty Fit Girls to Save The Day (16 Pics)
  • 42 Babes You’ll Lose Your Minds Over

    The Russian
    27 Jul 2015 | 2:56 pm
    See the full post only on Classy Bro - Stay Classy my Friends: 42 Babes You’ll Lose Your Minds Over
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    How to Grow a Moustache

  • The Wet Shaver’s Round Table- Episode 5: Special Guest Ray Pope & Leonard Ybarra

    Douglas Smythe
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:22 pm
    Welcome to Episode 5 of The Wet Shaver’s Round Table, the very first interactive, LIVE wet shaving show! In today’s episode we catch up with the Most Dangerous Man in Wet Shaving, Ray Pope! We also catch some of the boys letting loose at the Southern Arizona Wet Shaver’s Meet Up in Tombstone! Episode 5 is truly epic, if not off the hook….Enjoy! The Wet Shaver’s Round Table is “filmed” live every Saturday night, 7pm EDT (Sunday morning in Australia). This is an interactive show and we encourage our viewers to participate via Twitter and G+! Shave ON! Share and…
  • The Cutting Edge Wet Shaving Podcast – Episode 6: Ambiguous Stuffed Animal Activist

    Douglas Smythe
    28 Jul 2015 | 8:06 pm
    Welcome To Episode 6 of The Cutting Edge Wet Shaving Podcast! In this weeks episode Doug gets slammed once again, this time by Stuffed Animal Activists…you just can’t make this stuffed up. While the protesters surround the Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements laboratory Con flirts with the idea of purchasing a thousand dollar razor. Then there is Pseudofolliculitis Barbae to consider…or at least learn how to pronounce to be used as a party trick! All this and more this week folks! Thanks for tuning in! Take the boys on your morning commute, a jog, the gym or wherever you’d…
  • The Wet Shaver’s Round Table- Episode 4: Special Guest Arley Canterbury & Nick Shaves!

    Douglas Smythe
    19 Jul 2015 | 6:04 pm
    Welcome to Episode 4 of The Wet Shaver’s Round Table! Today we have not one but 2 special guests, Arley & Nick! Arley Canterbury has been on the wet shaving seen for awhile and knows where all the bodies are buried and Nick Schrauy, AKA: Nick Shaves needs no introduction. We were very excited to have them both on the show…and then the “Echo” happened! Being a new show and having very little control over this google platform there are bound to be bugs that need working out. That said, the last 8 minutes of the show sound like Pink Floyd was sitting at the sound…
  • Cutting Edge Wet Shaving Podcast – Episode 5: Doug puts the FU in Fun

    Douglas Smythe
    18 Jul 2015 | 7:34 pm
    Well BAM, we made it to Episode 5 of the Cutting Edge Wet Shaving Podcast!! Thank you again people for sticking with us! Con and Doug really deliver this week. Doug really considers his laugh, Con really considers Doug as a co-host and the rest is just WET SHAVING!  Thank you all for tuning in…pour yourself a drink! Take the boys on your morning commute, a jog, the gym or wherever you’d like…they need to get out. If wet shaving is your passion, as it is theirs, you are sure to enjoy the show. Live your life against the grain! for tuning in yet again for another episode of The…
  • The Wet Shaver’s Round Table- Episode 3: Special Guest The Shave Tank!

    Douglas Smythe
    11 Jul 2015 | 6:56 pm
    Welcome Back To The Wet Shaver’s Round Table! Today is a rather United Nations Edition, with our very special guest and good friend Thomas Miki, AKA: The Shave Tank! Join the lads as they talk shop, answer questions and Douglas tries his darnedest to send a cryptic message to the viewing audience!   Share and Enjoy • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Email • Add to favorites • Reddit • Google Plus
 
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    Keandre Curry - Life Inspiration & Motivation - Blog

  • Lovey Lovey

    10 Jul 2015 | 10:12 am
    Today, even before the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriage is legal throughout the United States, equality always mattered. It took courage to rule against the Constitution, but in reality, it took courage to actually accept the reality that love is love. This day in history is remarkable and well deserved to the same-sex couples and LGBT community that has rallied and advocated for their right to marry for decades. Love doesn't discriminate and as of today, neither does the law. About time right? Knowingly, not everyone agrees with today's reality but that is okay.
  • 6 Traits to Success

    16 Mar 2015 | 4:11 pm
    This writing is an excerpt taken from the interview of Bill Bartmann, a self-made billionaire. This interview comes from inside the minds of mega achievers within Quanta. Quanta is a personal development company co-founded by Jim Britt and Jim Lutes, two world renowned personal development experts. In business there are enemies. First, let me tell you who the enemy is not. The enemy is not your competition. The enemy is not your tax man or government. The enemy is not your spouse. The enemy is not the bills as they come rolling in month after month. Your biggest and worst enemy is YOU. Being…
  • 5 Keys to Success in 2015

    12 Jan 2015 | 9:11 pm
    It's year 2015 not 2014; set some goals and strive to achieve them! There are 5 keys to having success in your pursuit of success, and the first key begins with the actual goals. Set at Least 5 Goals Every year you should have goals, not so much a New Year resolution. The reason is because goals are more specific and easier to measure. With New Year resolutions, the only way to identify whether you had success in achieving the resolution is looking at the previous year and comparing the two. However, with goals you can check them off as you accomplish them. So let me ask you, does this make…
  • Ferguson Verdict absolute injustice

    24 Nov 2014 | 7:36 pm
    Tonight, the announcement that Michael Brown's murderer, Darren Wilson, will not be prosecuted is devastating and absolute injustice to the Brown family and the black community. Regardless of whether Michael Brown "charged" the officer, he didn't deserve to be shot dead. Michael was not a murderer, he was a empty-handed young black men killed by an officer who didn't uphold his integrity and wasn't held accountable for it. That's the problem of our criminal justice system: it doesn't always work, especially in poor black communities. From the city of Jacksonville (Florida)…
  •  Positive Thinking And Its Effect On Your Health

    18 Oct 2014 | 12:20 pm
    The first situation to consider is the relationship between thoughts and conditions like depression and stress. A crucial question is whether the person's thoughts are creating the physical depression or the physical depression is creating the negative thinking. When it comes to how you can use your mind to help, this can be accomplished consciously and subconsciously. When someone has a habit of imagining things turning out very badly, rational thinking can show show them that they often exaggerate. However, the unconscious mind is much more powerful in shaping our habitual behavior,…
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  • Jimmy Kimmel Gets Serious, Blasts Walter Palmer For Killing Cecil The Lion

    28 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?This is a polarizing issue.Long Story ShortLate night host Jimmy Kimmel took a moment last night on his show Jimmy Kimmel Live to condemn Walter Palmer, the Minnesotan dentist who killed Cecil the lion for sport.Long StoryThe dentist from Minnesota who killed one of Africa's best-known lions, named Cecil, has really gotten under Jimmy Kimmel's skin.The late night TV host, ...
  • Elevated Testosterone And Cortisol Linked To Unethical Behavior

    28 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because ethics and morals are rarely simple things.Long Story ShortResearch from UT Austin finds that two hormones can predict the likelihood of someone cheating: testosterone and cortisol. One creates an increased focus on reward, and the other creates stress levels relieved by that reward.Long StoryWe all remember the feeling from college. You’re gunning to ace a class, ...
  • How Cam Girls Are Changing The Porn Industry

    28 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because the internet is allowing so many entrepreneurs to carve out a space for themselves in industries that were formerly dominated by corporations.Long Story ShortElle Magazine recently published a piece on a 25-year-old "cam girl" who creates highly-stylized porn out of a studio in Leeds -- and is gaining a sizeable audience doing it.Long StoryForget everything you tho...
  • Tom Cruise And Jimmy Fallon Lip Sync Battle

    27 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Because, somehow, Tom Cruise has still got it.Long Story ShortTom Cruise dropped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where he sang the Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" and did a duet with Fallon during a Lip Sync Battle.Long StoryTom Cruise, who is promoting the upcoming fifth installment in the Mission: Impossible series, Mission: Impossible -- Rouge Nation stopped by ...
  • Ferrari 488 Spider

    27 Jul 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Why Is This Important?Ahead of next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show, the Prancing Horse unveils the droptop version of its brand new 488 GTB supercar. Long Story ShortThis spring we saw Ferrari finally unveil the hyper-anticipated follow-up to its beloved 458 Italia, a car widely considered one of the best supercars on the market. Now Maranello chops off the GTB’s roof, and shows us what a 203-mph...
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    SecondIron's Blog

  • Music for Missions with Chris August

    Charles Johnston
    27 Jul 2015 | 4:55 am
    Sometimes the most intimate of venues carry the most impact and heart. Last night I had the honor to attend a Music for Missions event supporting theVine.co. Being a supporter of theVine.co for a while now (written about them a couple of times now) I know the heart of its founders Rick and Samantha. The mission of the Vine.co is to help Mission Teams raise money for Mission Trips to help spread the Good News of Jesus Christ and minister to those in need all around the world. Music for Missions is one vessel that Rick and Samantha use to be able to fund the mission they have started in Canaan,…
  • SouthPaw Packs a Big Punch

    Charles Johnston
    23 Jul 2015 | 4:30 am
    From acclaimed director Antoine Fuqua (TRAINING DAY) comes the underdog movie of the year SouthPaw. A champion boxer (Jake Gyllenhaal) Billy Hope loses everything after his life tragically unravels and falls apart. The once great champ is humbled as he tumbles from the pinnacle of his career into obscurity. Billy must fight back in order to save not only his career but his family. As Billy loses everything he discovers, like many do who his real friends are. His manager (Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson) and friends leave him behind as soon as he has nothing to offer. Billy finally hits rock bottom…
  • 10 Ant-sized Lessons Learned From the Ant-Man Movie

    Charles Johnston
    20 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    The highly anticipated Marvel movie Ant-Man movie finally hit theaters this past weekend, and it packed a powerful ant-sized punch. Like many Marvel movies of late, Ant-Man was full of special effects, one-liners and Marvel Universe references galore. At times it was actually difficult to keep up with the movie with all the references and quotes from other movies and characters. However small the Ant-Man sized character he packed a powerful punch. Ants of course are known for their extreme strength and once Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) harnessed that power he became Ant-Man. There is quite a bit of…
  • How to Separate the Disciple From the Christian

    Charles Johnston
    19 Jul 2015 | 12:50 pm
    Much discussion has occurred lately on the flaws of Christians and how many of us behave towards others. How to Separate the Disciples From the ChristiansPeople fly under the label of being 'Christian' as if it is an excuse to behave poorly. They have become judge and jury for those that step out of alignment with their beliefs. Holding themselves to a set of laws that were written thousands of years ago and adapted them to meet their needs and to be able to admonish others while condoning their own behavior. I recently listened to the first two parts of an ongoing podcast series by Andy…
  • How Bees Create Community (and might save ours)

    Charles Johnston
    14 Jul 2015 | 4:01 am
    Ever feel like there is a buzzing sound in your head that you just can't get rid of? Maybe it is just me that hears the buzzing sound as I sit on the riverbank writing in my journal. The buzz I am referring to is not from liquor, beer or anything like that. As I look over my shoulder and realize the buzz is from dozens, better yet likely hundreds of bees. Sitting on the bench that's has a bush buffer behind covered with bees buzzing around. These bees remind me of when I was a child. I used to catching bees on my lunch break in my sandwich bag. Granted this was not an amusing hobby according…
 
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    The Gifts For Men

  • Guitar Shaped Cutting Board

    19 Jul 2015 | 1:36 am
    This Guitar Shaped Cutting Board allows you to rock out with some new recipes or play host at your next house party. Perfect for cutting up fruit, vegetables, meats,...
  • Trashed Shot Glasses

    18 Jun 2015 | 9:54 pm
    These Trashed Shot Glasses are the perfect way to take shots with friends and family. While Friday is usually trash day, these shot glasses can be used for getting...
  • Dog Paw Fountain

    14 Jun 2015 | 3:14 am
    This Dog Paw Fountain is the perfect outdoor fountain for man's best friend. Simply hook the pet fountain up to your outdoor hose and your dog can easily press the...
  • Spit Happens Onesie

    13 Jun 2015 | 11:51 pm
    This Spit Happens Onesie is perfect for the expecting first-time father or the pro-dad. Add a little humor to a stressful yet monumental time in every Father's life.Every...
  • Cheeseburger Cookie Jar

    13 Jun 2015 | 11:15 pm
    This Cheeseburger Cookie Jar looks just as scrumptious as the cookies you'll use to fill it. Made from ceramic, this unique cookie jar is made to resemble a double...
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    Mantelligence

  • Top 10 Best Colognes for Men

    Jack Powers
    17 Jul 2015 | 11:10 am
    In this day and age, it can be hard to stand out as a man. We have so many angles to consider when it comes to crafting a unique style and attracting the opposite sex. Would you guess that a man’s most important angle, and the one men most often overlook, is his scent? But why is scent so important? According to Askmen, the most physically attractive thing to women is a man’s scent. That’s right. Women care more about how men smell than their hair, face, body, or height. I like a man who smells good. Puts on cologne… It keeps me wanting. I like feeling that way.”…
  • How to Define Your Personal Values (and a List of 75 Values)

    Jack Powers
    3 Jul 2015 | 10:30 am
    When I was in 12th grade, I asked my dad if I could skip school with the other kids on Senior Skip Day. “Sure,” he ­­said. “You can skip…all the way to school.” I was mad that I had to walk to school that day, but as I grew older, I realized he was making an important statement. My dad was trying to teach me the values of consistency and dependability. Today, I have my father to thank for the personal values I hold as a man. I refer to these core values in times of both happiness and hardship. These values are the magnets in my moral compass. They allow me to make difficult…
  • The 8 Best Beer of the Month Clubs Right Now

    Gabriel Guillory
    26 Jun 2015 | 1:50 am
    If you’re like me, you get sick and tired of drinking the same old beers. Don’t get me wrong: I love beer, but I think we can all agree that there’s adventure in variety. Luckily for guys like us, some incredible (and likely rich) genius came up with the idea to mail customers a fresh batch of hand selected, high quality beer straight to your doorstep each month. There are a handful of these beer of the month clubs out there, each offering their own unique options: Rare, unique and hard-to-find beers from The Rare Beer Club Up-and-coming, small batch brews from The…
  • The Best 100 Funny and Cheesy Pick Up Lines [From Her]

    Courtney Gilliam
    19 Jun 2015 | 11:00 am
    As women, we hear all too often that, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” But as a man, I’m sure you’ve wondered, “What’s the way to a woman’s heart?” Besides the basic things that women are attracted to, if you can make her laugh, you’ll win her heart. And one of the absolute best ways to make her laugh… …is to deliver a lame, corny, cheesy pick up line. Now: I know you’re thinking, “Pick up lines are dumb, over-the-top and rarely work when you’re trying to actually hit on a…
  • 75 Good Questions to Ask to Get to Know Someone

    Gabriel Guillory
    11 Jun 2015 | 1:24 pm
    Whether you’re on a date, making new friends, connecting with family, or vetting co-workers, sometimes getting to know someone isn’t as easy you’d expect. We’ve all been there: Racking your brain, trying to think of a conversation starter and all you can come up with is “How’s the weather?” or “What’s new?” What’s even worse is being stuck on a date with nothing to talk about! Yikes! I say, worry no more: The key to making conversation or getting anyone to open up is knowing the right questions to ask. Below, I’ve put together 75…
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    Avallone - World of Avallone - Men's Fashion & Lifestyle

  • Flying? Check Your Carry-On Size First!

    Christopher Avallon
    19 Jul 2015 | 5:26 pm
    Whether you are flying internationally or domestically, there are no such things as universal carry-on regulations for leather bags when it comes to airlines. Since many travelers love to show off their new designer leather bags when flying, the best thing to do before you even pack your bag is to check with the airline regarding their carry-on regulations. If you are currently buying a handmade leather bag or carry-on bag, or already own a quality leather bag that you like to use, but you have not booked your flight or planned your trip, don’t sweat. We did some research and found some…
  • Jersey City Photo Shoot – More Handmade Leather Bags!

    Christopher Avallon
    9 Jul 2015 | 8:45 am
    We decided to take advantage of the nice weather in Jersey City this week and take some photos of our handmade leather bags from the Antique Leather Collection. Currently the Antique Leather Collection contains 3 styles of men’s handmade leather bags. Below you can see photos of our Antique Leather Weekender Bag, Antique Leather Briefcase, and the Antique Leather Backpack. Each handmade leather bag in this collection is made with antique vegetable tanned cowhide that develops different shades of brown as the leather ages. We further complimented the look and color contrast by making each…
  • 3 Luxury Leather Bags for Your Next Vacation!

    Christopher Avallon
    2 Jul 2015 | 9:38 am
    Summer is finally here, which means it’s time to pack your bags and go on a vacation! No matter your destination, you can’t take a trip without the proper luggage to carry your belongings. Whether you’re taking a short vacation (less than 1 week), or a long vacation, you will most likely always be bringing with you a men’s leather bag of some sort. In this post, we are going to focus on our best luxury leather bags, and how they can help improve any trip you take this summer! Our first men’s leather bag recommendation is our Antique Luxury Leather Backpack. This leather backpack is…
  • The Avallone Guide to Men's Leather Belts

    Christopher Avallon
    25 Jun 2015 | 10:42 am
    There are many different men's leather belts in the market place today. In order to give you an easier time shopping for a quality leather belt, we put together this quick guide to buying & wearing mens leather belts.  Correctly Wearing & Matching Your Leather Belt Correctly wearing a leather belt shows a sense of sophistication and great style. Incorrectly wearing a leather belt will give off the impression of bad style and disorganization. As a good rule of thumb, always match leather when dressing up. In other words, if you are wearing shiny black leather shoes you need a shiny…
  • New Videos for Handmade Leather Wallets

    Christopher Avallon
    18 Jun 2015 | 11:10 am
    In order to help make your online shopping experience better and more informative, we have now added videos for all of our mens leather wallets. Our mens leather wallets make up some of the best-selling items on AvalloneLuxury.com. You can now get a better feel for our quality leather, stitching, and how each of our handmade leather wallets looks in natural lighting while being held in front of your face. The mens leather wallets from our Antique Leather Collection and the Executive Suede Collection make up all of the handmade leather wallets on AvalloneLuxury.com. Whether you need a new…
 
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    Bred For Success

  • Can Exercise Help Overcome Addiction

    Ashvin Pudaruth
    9 Jul 2015 | 2:55 am
    Addiction is a powerful motivator. It compels you to do something regardless of how harmful it can be and of the consequences. It’s a growing problem […] The post Can Exercise Help Overcome Addiction appeared first on Bred For Success.
  • 10 Ways to Lead Like Winston Churchill

    Ashvin Pudaruth
    18 Jun 2015 | 7:46 am
    Winston Churchill was the right person in the right place at the right time. He was pivotal in taking Britain through the most turbulent time in […] The post 10 Ways to Lead Like Winston Churchill appeared first on Bred For Success.
  • Money: Top Tips for Saving for a House Deposit

    Ashvin Pudaruth
    13 Apr 2015 | 2:11 am
    The media are calling it “generation rent” the rest of us are calling it “just the way things are now.” However you view the current property […] The post Money: Top Tips for Saving for a House Deposit appeared first on Bred For Success.
  • How To Exude An Aura Of Power and Self Control

    Ashvin Pudaruth
    10 Apr 2015 | 12:41 am
    We all know it when we see it. A man who is eminently comfortable in his own skin. A man who can walk into any situation […] The post How To Exude An Aura Of Power and Self Control appeared first on Bred For Success.
  • Mind Power: Top Five Things to Avoid After a Breakup

    Ashvin Pudaruth
    7 Apr 2015 | 1:15 am
    Today’s mind power post is going to cover something we have all been through, a painful breakup. We have all been there and all done that […] The post Mind Power: Top Five Things to Avoid After a Breakup appeared first on Bred For Success.
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    The Single Dude's Guide to Life & Travel™

  • Guest Post: Going to a swingers party in Medellin

    Jonathan
    30 Jul 2015 | 1:44 am
    “Im going to a swinger bar with a couple of young girls tonight are you coming? They re not as conservative as the ones ive introduced you to these ones are pretty wild…” was the text message I had just gotten from my amigo Jairo. I responded: “LOL I might go out tonight… Which swingers bar? …The ones you have introduced me to have not exactly been nuns LOL.” For better or for worse, I have this personal rule that if one of my friends suggests we do something crazy and way out of my comfort zone, I just have to do it. So of course, I accepted my…
  • Guest Post: The Three Best Cities to Live in Vietnam

    Skins
    10 Jul 2015 | 2:00 am
    I’m a single guy who’s been traveling around south east Asia for the past two years. You can read more about my travels at Single Man’s Paradise. I’ve finally settled in Vietnam which is my favorite country in the world! Some places just draw you in like that… It’s a beautiful country and the cost of living is incredibly low. The food is delicious, the women are gorgeous and most locals are very friendly and outgoing towards us foreigners. Vietnam is a great place where a single dude can live comfortably on $1,000 per month. The visa situation is easy…
  • The USA is just one big Greece…

    Manuel Pfister
    8 Jul 2015 | 12:46 am
    And the party is drawing to a close… Enjoy it while it lasts. The post The USA is just one big Greece… appeared first on The Single Dude's Guide to Life & Travel™.
  • A Saudi Arabian goes to Kiev

    SDT Team
    5 Jul 2015 | 1:43 am
    Received this e-mail yesterday, too funny not to publish. From: amanullaha Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 12:37 PM To: postmaster@mail.hotmail.com, contact@singledudetravel.com Hello Sir My name is aman i plane visit to kiev i need single dude for 4 days. If you send me some pictures with her data and her fee par day. And our single dude must knew English good looking. Best regards Cell no. 00966 XXXXXXXXX Can anyone help him out with a single dude in Kiev with daily rates? And while on that note, check out “The Kingdom in the Closet.” The post A Saudi Arabian goes to Kiev appeared…
  • Celebrating the 4th of July is stupid

    Manuel Pfister
    4 Jul 2015 | 12:39 pm
    via The Burning Platform and EPautos.com. The post Celebrating the 4th of July is stupid appeared first on The Single Dude's Guide to Life & Travel™.
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    Dean & Me | Men Fashion Blog

  • Belstaff 2016

    willem
    6 Jul 2015 | 11:45 pm
    Last year Belstaff released their biggest ever campaign with none other than David Beckham fronting it. Not only specializing in leather, they tried to capture a feeling of adventure. They succeeded big time. James Dean would be really happy with this one. 2016 the nomad signature is one I like. It reminds me a bit of Banana Republic, but with a stylish and rough twist. Belstaff is more than only a leather jacket these days.
  • Inspiring

    willem
    19 Jun 2015 | 12:10 pm
    When I look back and make a list of movies or series I like, the most ones have a twist of style. For example ‘The talented Mr Ripley’. Every shot is a painting. The clothes, the styling, the setting, the architecture, the beaches. Ann Roth and Gary Jones were the costume designers, who were nominated for an Oscar for their work. So much of the story telling lies in the clothes. Tom Ripley, brilliantly played by Matt Damon, wears simple, plain attire, which shows his working class background. Then Jude Law. Knitted polo shirts, white linen trousers, linen blazers, colourful…
  • Rooftop 2

    willem
    5 Jun 2015 | 6:31 am
    The second day we had Marco Gerekink to join the rooftop party. A great model who I know from Utrecht City! Great to work with you Marco! With clothes from The Image Store Utrecht, ZARA, H&M, MARC O’POLO, SISLEY, G-STAR, DIESEL, DAILY PAPER, LEVIS we made beautifull shots. To order: www.zalando.nl www.imagewear.nl www.zara.nl   Check this out. Vest: G-STAR / Jeans: DIESEL Vest: G-STAR
  • Rooftop part 1

    willem
    2 Jun 2015 | 11:32 pm
    Last weekend we had a blast shooting new material. On a rooftop of the fabulous building ‘De Meelfabriek’ in Leiden, the Netherlands. Anne Cruiming, the photographer, model Marco Gerekink, the fantastic location made our two days one to remember. Anne is great to work with. His professional attitude, humor and creative perspective is awesome and that is just what you need for that great shot. We wanted to take some tough, industrial but also simple shots with a toutch of James Dean. I really dig the overall this year. Denim is timeless and because I like simplicity we decided to…
  • Enjoy the summer everybody!

    willem
    26 May 2015 | 11:09 am
    The temperature is rising. The sun is shining. People are crawling out of their wintersleep or depression. More skin. Sweat. Hormones. Beach. Terras. Festival. Beers. BBQ. Sex. O my God, YES, the summer. The summer brings out the best in men. Or the worst hahaha. Here are some summer pics where most of men can relate to.
 
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    Carpe Delivery #tweatmrdelivery - Carpe Delivery #twEATmrDELIVERY

  • Weston the Beston

    28 Jul 2015 | 1:02 pm
    At first glance of Mr. Delivery's list of markets, most of the cities are recognizable, if not for being large then for being college towns. However, there is one market that stands out from all of the rest. Weston, Florida is a suburb of Miami, and is Mr. Delivery's smallest market with 14 restaurants currently available on our website. However, just because the market is small does not mean it is limited: no two restaurants on our list are alike! Weston is consistently ranked the best place to live in the state of Florida. This can be attributed to the job growth of the area, the status as…
  • Nerd Alert: A Research Proposal!?

    23 Jul 2015 | 2:10 pm
    A few days ago, after a long day sitting in my office (read: on my couch) working hard at my virtual internships, I was overcome with the laziness of not wanting to make myself dinner. Without hesitation, I logged onto OrderUp and began to browse. OrderUp!? Why would I not order from Mr. Delivery!? Unfortunately, LionMenus (later OrderUp) was founded in State College before Mr. Delivery could claim the delivery territory as its own. As I pondered what my meal should be that night, feeling like I was cheating on Mr. Delivery, I began to wonder just how many food delivery services there…
  • When I say Kentucky, you say

    22 Jul 2015 | 12:36 pm
    Derby? Fried Chicken? Delivery? This article outlines how food delivery is a new trend picking up in Louisville, and on August 1st Mr. Delivery will be the first non-local business to hop on the band-wagon. What can we bring from out of town that can further improve the food delivery fad? First we can learn a thing or two about the local food scene.  Yes, Louisville is home to the KFC chain, but it has so much more to offer than fast-food. Chances are you have been to a Kentucky Derby party the first weekend in May. You probably got dressed up and tailgated with your friends on race…
  • Hangover Food Horoscope

    16 Jul 2015 | 3:44 pm
    It's Sunday morning. You wake up in last nights clothes with a pounding headache and a thirst like you have never tasted water in your life. You crawl out of bed, which might as well be a grave because you feel like you are coming back from the dead, and make your way to the kitchen in search of your Brita pitcher. After gulping down a glass of water or five, your one-track mind finds something else to fixate on: food. You sit down on the couch with your laptop and open up Mr. Delivery, because let's be real: who want's to cook with a hangover? You survey your options, and what you choose is…
  • Indy Food-Hundred

    14 Jul 2015 | 10:50 am
    If you are like me you know almost nothing about race cars or the midwest. When you grow up in New York your impression of America is something like this:However, there are a few things that I know about Indianapolis. They are:That John Green (my favorite author) is from there. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, a book that made me ugly-cry and a movie I refuse to see, is based there. The Indy 500 takes place there. It is the newest Mr. Delivery market!!!!That's right, everyone's favorite D has a brand new location! There will be 30+ restaurants that you can now order…
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    Masculine Empire

  • 3 Keys to Enlightenment

    Jacobus
    26 Jul 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Reflect on any recent conversation, fight, or decision you made. Take a moment to evaluate the actions you took; words you said; motions you made; emotions you felt. Can you decipher why the outcome of that moment occurred? Do you see how… Continue Reading → The post 3 Keys to Enlightenment appeared first on Masculine Empire.
  • Judge. Discriminate. Be Discerning.

    Winston
    20 Jul 2015 | 3:58 pm
    Judgement: the ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions Discriminate: recognize a distinction; differentiate It has become commonplace today to hear people boastfully exclaim “I don’t judge!” or “I don’t discriminate!” I find this odd. Without judgement… Continue Reading → The post Judge. Discriminate. Be Discerning. appeared first on Masculine Empire.
  • All Women Are Replaceable

    Jacobus
    13 Jul 2015 | 4:46 pm
    Many years ago, I knew a man: youthful, optimistic, and seen as a success in the eyes of his family and friends. He married his college sweetheart at 24, and was the father of a beautiful girl by 26. He… Continue Reading → The post All Women Are Replaceable appeared first on Masculine Empire.
  • Becoming The Karate Kid

    T.D.
    6 Jul 2015 | 4:18 am
    I always wanted to be like the Karate Kid. Ever since I was small, I dreamed of being the good guy, saving a pretty damsel in distress, kicking and chopping the enemy. This was furthered by my love for action… Continue Reading → The post Becoming The Karate Kid appeared first on Masculine Empire.
  • The Constitution Does Not Give You Any Rights

    Jacobus
    28 Jun 2015 | 11:14 am
    Answer this, men: when was the last time you reviewed the United States Declaration of Independence, Constitution or Bill of Rights? High school, maybe? Can you even recall the last time you gave serious thought to your individual liberties, as… Continue Reading → The post The Constitution Does Not Give You Any Rights appeared first on Masculine Empire.
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    STOP ABUSE OF MEN

  • Why Ngo’s working for men will meet at Mumbai on 15th August?

    28 Jul 2015 | 6:34 am
    More than 150 representative of various NGOs working for welfare of men, various Men Rights organizations, along with Save Indian Family Network’sNGO from all over India are going to meet at Mumbai on the eve of Independence Day of India (14th to 16 th August, 2015) to intensify agitation for amendment of unfair, biased, dowry laws, rape laws and domestic violence laws in their 7th SIF-National meets.As per organizers this year, tremendous energy had been observed and many volunteers who are campaigning to Stop Abuse of Men, are have to be kept in waiting list to join this meet. Due to…
  • Be happy without her or Suicide due to abuse by her ?

    22 Jul 2015 | 7:06 am
    As per NCRB reports till 2013, every year on or average more than 64000+ married men ending their life, but in 2014 we witness about 10% reduction i.e. 59700+, clear effect of  SIF-One multi city, self supported, self volunteered-  Single Number helpline for distressed/abused men launched in 2013. But still the married men suicide continue to be double than married women suicide in India.The same is neither a concern for government nor any Media house. Even National family health Survey committee also had not made any effort till today to find or to understand the problem of…
  • Hidden Face of Indian Wives : True Love or Abuse ?

    17 Jul 2015 | 10:51 pm
    It was Saturday morning 7.30AM in Delhi as I forget to disable to my daily alarm in mobile phone, started crying, wake up , wake up , good morning tune.I have no other option but to wake up and have to touch the screen of my android mobile to confirm, yes I had wake up to make him silent.Very surprised to see in my serious Whats-app group, a guy posted a Video in name: “True Love” – Murga by RJ Naved.My first reaction was why the hell he had posted this in a serious whats-app group where strict instruction, no forward of Jokes and you will be banned.Then I open the Video and understand…
  • Delhi Girls Try to Rape Auto Driver

    15 Jul 2015 | 11:24 pm
    Two Delhi Girls Try to rape Men, One arrested When it comes to Rape, Molestation or acid attack, we Indian men and women never agree to accept the same crime can be done by a women or girls, due to our Misandric mind set.When a women or girls rape a men we termed it as Love, affection, where as when the men try to make the complaint, instead of treating him as victim, he himself land in Jail on as accused of rape or molest women as per IPC354 or IPC376. So, the men victim of rape suffer in silently or end this life, as neither law or society or media support him.So, when we see the news that…
  • Don’t avoid Court date search for Rs.1 SpiceJet like offer.

    15 Jul 2015 | 6:10 am
    We have witness many Men in India who are facing multiple cases far from their workplace , like Domestic Violence Act , CRP125 , IPC 498A , Child Custody , Rape , Molestation , one major problem came to our notice , they unable to attend the court date .A Common Question always asked and tries to find the ways: how can I avoid Court Dates?1.      Maximum Cases get spoiled for non attendance in court dates by accused.2.      As per Criminal Justice System, the accused should be present on court dates, if not, Judge can issue warrant for…
 
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