This Guy Bought a $35,000 Watch for $6 at Goodwill

Need a reason to hit-up your local thrift shop? No, it has nothing to do with being extremely late to the Macklemore party, it's because you're about to be inspired to hunt your tail off. Zach Norris walked into a Phoenix area Goodwill in search of a push golf cart and walked out with an original LeCoultre Deep Sea Alarm for $6. Yes, six dollars for a watch that he in turn sold for $35,ooo (with an Omega Speedmaster Pro). The watch dates back to 1959—the first year the model was made—and is one of only 1,000 every made for sale in the United States. This makes us want to hit up a thrift show more than any pop hit ever could.
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7 New Bottles of Booze You Should Know

When it comes to stocking your home bar, you want an array of classic spirits, but it's also nice to have a bottle or two no one has ever seen before. A surprise glass to cap the night or something to mix up a fresh cocktail. Here are some of the latest and greatest we'd recommend looking into. Wayward Whiskey ... continue reading
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Vinyl Me, Please Is the Best Damn Record Club SPONSORED

Thanks to modern technology, we've lost touch with our music. We've waved goodbye to sound quality and owning our favorite albums. To fix this, get a turntable. Then sign up for Vinyl Me, Please. Every month they'll send you exclusive pressings of albums worthy of your time. Each comes with original 12" x 12" album-inspired art and a custom cocktail pairing. Past selections have included 'Lost In The Dream' from War on Drugs and many others. Sign up now and start with an exclusive pressing of Father John Misty's latest. It's like Record Store Day with free delivery and no lines. ... check it out
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Goods: The Wooden Workspace

Goods: The Wooden Workspace There should be no need to point out the importance of a man’s workspace. It’s not only a place to get necessary work completed - it also serves as a sacred space saved for scholarly intent only. In order to maximize any work area, it is important to keep it neat and clean, but ... continue reading
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Wear This: Resolution Fit

The New Year is usually met with lies dressed up as resolutions that have an alarmingly short shelf life. Many of the resolutionees end up doing nothing more than taking up space at your local gym. Thankfully, their self-motivation stretches just as far as convenience goes, and by February the once-newly devoted fitness ... continue reading
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Decoded: Sriracha

Let’s get one thing straight: Sriracha is not a fad. Yes, some of the love affair with the hot sauce is a bit over-the-top, but anything that tasty has staying power. And when you think Sriracha, you think Huy Fung Foods Sriracha. If you’ve ever wondered what you’re looking at when you pick up a bottle of the ... continue reading
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The Best Survival Bikes for the Zombie Apocalypse

We can't tell you when the world will end, but we can tell you how: zombies. No we don't have science or "facts" to back that up, but we do have a collection of movies, shows, and books that warn of our future undead overlords. When you're on your own and the earth is going to shit, you're going to need a vehicle. ... continue reading
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DIY: Copper Pour Over Coffee Maker

Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web. When it comes to coffee, everyone has a favorite brew. ... continue reading
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6 New Books You Should Know

Whether you read on a tablet, Kindle, or still prefer the smell of a freshly cracked paperback, finding your next great book is never easy. You could never read all the new releases each week, so it helps to know what's worth your time. Every few weeks, we'll offer up a handful of new titles that we think deserve space ... continue reading
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Our Most Anticipated Movies of 2015

We might be in the heart of awards season, but that doesn't mean we can't get excited for the movies coming later this year. Open up your Google Calendar and start marking these down. Here are the films we're looking forward to the most in 2015. a.linkhiglight { background: #9cc4cc !important; font-style: italic; ... continue reading
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Wear This: Chicago Breed

Chicago is a city that doesn’t get its due credit. It may not have the beaches that Los Angeles boasts or the “state of mind” that New York holds, but a quick look on the streets will support the fact that Chicago holds its own in the realm of fashion. A mix of dark street-wear and utilitarian workwear, as well ... continue reading
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8 New Apps You Should Know

Instead of wading through the massive amount of new app releases searching for a few diamonds in the rough, just let us be your guide. This is a collection of our favorite new apps for both iOS and Android for your downloading pleasure. Hotel My Phone - iOS Android Public Art - iOS Flow Home - Android EyeEm ... continue reading
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DIY: Lighted Pipe Shelving

Doing It Yourself isn’t always the easiest or cheapest option, but odds are you won’t find anything more satisfying than finishing a DIY project with your own two hands. Each week, we’re going to showcase one cool DIY project tutorial from around the web. Making things out of gas pipe is nothing new. We've ... continue reading
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Our 9 Favorite Beers of 2014

We drank our way through a lot of great beer in 2014. And while there were plenty of pints of old favorites, there were also a ton of new brews that found their way into our glassware. While we couldn't possibly have tried all the tremendous beer that came out in 2014, we sure as hell tried. Out of all the awesome new ... continue reading