Where has your lifelong love affair with the microwave gotten you? Now is the time to break out and really start cooking. Ain’t no thing but a chicken wing.
With its rounded, sculptural shape, you’d think this wireless speaker system was all show and no go. Not the case. This beauty also sounds good from any angle and lets you stream music from iTunes on your Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad or iPod touch over a home Wi-Fi network. That works.
This is the second bike we’ve featured from Japanese masters, Zero Engineering. They’ve been around for a decade building incredible low-production number customs. Their muscular, no nonsense retro designs spawned a whole wave of imitators, all trying to get that “Zero” look. Well, this is the real deal, the new one. It’s called the Type 9 and the 96” S&S motor makes it fly.
It is because of products like this one that it’s called the “Dirty South.” Mixing Southern Comfort and Tabasco sauce is a powerful pairing of southern spices. The Fiery Pepper blend is meant to be sweet and a little hot, which sounds good if you sip responsibly but for the frat boys who shoot it out of their noses, this stuff will be lethal.
After those condescending vacuum cleaner commercials, we ought to know that whatever appliance James Dyson makes, it’s better than anything that came before it. Add this heater fan to the list. It blows heat around and will keep a medium to large size room warm and toasty with no spinning fan blades or dangerous heating elements. Another modern marvel.
Other blogs and men’s sites occasionally bite our posts. It’s cool but hey biters, chomp on this. Fine artist Patrick Martinez expresses his creative vision in neon and makes his influences pretty clear with this piece. Werd up. Yes, you can get one of your very own, signed by the artist. Now, let’s see who else posts this product.
In the history of American warfare and so-called military intelligence, the top-secret Navajo Code is the only tactical encryption code that has never been cracked by our enemies. Developed by Native American Marines during WWI and used through 1968, this book by the last living Navajo Code Talker, Chester Nez, chronicles his experiences in this covert operation and its significance in American culture.
Almost unbelievably, Emil Erwin hasn’t been making fine leather goods for a hundred years. Actually, it’s only been three. But in that short time, EE has built a solid reputation with quality craftsmanship and a fresh take on traditional techniques. You’d be hard pressed to find an American Horween leather briefcase of this quality anywhere else. The materials are second to none and the rest comes down to craft.
Everybody hates Jet-Skis. Even the people who ride them. It’s because they stink, they’re noisy and their cooling systems pump fresh water through the engine before spitting it back out as polluted water. The zero emissions, zero pollution EXO Concept is a new breed of clean-running Jet-Ski that may just signal a fresh, new chapter for the most hated watercraft of all time.