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Louis CK – Oh My God

Coming up with a great stand-up bit can take years of perfecting the wording, timing and delivery. So when someone comes up with a bunch every single year, uses them and then tosses them out and starts all over again, you know the guy is good. Louis CK has been doing this with his material for a while and his latest ... continue reading
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Horn Drinking Cups SHOP

Raise the bar with our Horn Drinking Cups. A throw back to the Viking time era, horns replaced clay and metal vessels of the time period. Cut from an authentic steer horn, this drinking cup has a natural curve and handsome blend of colors. These cups will vary in thickness and openings. Grab your 2-pack before supplies run out! ... check it out
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Hangover-Free Beer

No, we're not talking O'Doul's here, we're talking about electrolyte-enhanced beer. A group of Australian scientists added electrolytes to two commercial beers to make, in essence, hydrating, hangover-free brew. There are a few caveats, however, including the fact that the idea really doesn't work with high alcohol ... continue reading
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The World’s Most Expensive Car

And you thought the Bugatti Veyron was expensive. This 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO, while making the Veyron look like a Yugo, reportedly sold for $52 million. That number is staggering so we will write it out. $52,000,000. Who sold their soul to the devil to buy this, you ask? Well, the name isn’t released but they did ... continue reading
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Pop Culture Coins

Andre Levy has chosen an interesting medium for his art work: Coins. The Brazilian designer uses the images on a variety of different coins to paint well-known pop culture figures on to them. Characters like Lion-O, Rorschach from Watchmen, and tons more have made their way onto some currency thanks to Levy's steady ... continue reading
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Hands-On: Sole Bicycles

We get it. There is a certain appeal to a fixed gear bike. The simplicity and clean lines of a fixie capture the essence of bicycling while giving the impression that rider and bike are one with each other. So when Venice, California based Sole’ Bicycles offered to send us one of their fixies to check out, we were stoked. ... continue reading
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Famous Blades

If you read our link roundup posts, you've probably seen Federico Mauro's work before. Both his "Famous Shoes" and "Famous Guns" collections were worthy of sharing. For his latest set of work, he turned his attention on some of the sharp and devilish objects seen in movies, TV, and pop culture. From Sweeney Todd's ... continue reading
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Star Wars Ship Posters

We're just going to come right out and say that it's about time someone took the minimalist poster approach to some of the coolest supporting characters from the Star Wars universe--the ships. DeviantArt user WeaponIX made up posters of the Jedi Starfighter, Sith Infiltrator, Slave I, X-Wing and the TIE fighter. We're ... continue reading
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Everyday Carry: 1900-1920

It may not have been called "everyday carry," but men have always had a selection of gear they traveled with on a daily basis. Obviously, the items themselves have evolved over time and others have been added as they've become popular. In this series, we'll take a look back at some standard everyday carry of years ... continue reading