Like everyone else, you do nothing all day at work except Facebook. Well…bad news. This book will lead you further down the path toward uselessness. Mini Weapons Of Mass Destruction gives you step-by-step, illustrated how-to’s on making over 40 weapons - things like CD Spindle Catapults, Bubblegum Darts and Pencil Slingshots using standard office supplies. All fun & games until someone loses an eyeball or their job.
You’ll use it. Chop firewood into kindling to start a fire, hammer a nail with the butt end, even scare that creepy kid who’s been lurking at the end of your street. This forged all-steel, one-piece hatchet will come in handy on camping trips and around the yard. Even if you’re just waving it menacingly, the polished finish & 3-and-a-half-inch cutting face will get the job done right.
Yes you can. Cycling isn’t all about carbon fiber and shaved legs. Those who agree will love this all-leather can holder cage. Let the sprocket-jocks eat goo, you deserve something better. Strap a tall boy in here & roll out. Mounts to the handlebar and stem tube, for easy access. Remember ride responsibly.
You don’t want a Honda-Davidson or a Yamaharley – you want the real thing. But, you don’t want to re-mortgage your life to get on the road. The Harley Super Low could be your ticket to ride. American muscle in the proven Evo 883 motor, low seat height for stability & comfort and would you believe this is the lowest-priced bike in the Harley line? It’s got classic H-D styling, plus a new fork angle for easier steering & better handling. Has the time finally come?
Like fine wine and single malt Scotch, Tag Heuer just gets better with age. Take this Monaco Vintage Chronograph Reissue. The Swiss styling looks every bit as suave & sophisticated as it did when it came out back in 1973. This grey-faced version features the original Tag-free Heuer logo and will be released in very limited numbers.
If this record makes you feel like you’re tripping balls, it’s no wonder. Pink Floyd frontman/guitarist, David Gilmour, and British ambient house heads, The Orb, turned a mellow jam session into a record. What is a Metallic Sphere? Well, the combination is incredible: halfway between an acid flashback & few too many disco biscuits. Totally out there, but so … righteous.
Did you ever think you’d hear new Hendrix? This box set is the Holy Grail! It features 45 tracks, every last one previously-unreleased. With alternate versions of songs from his greatest albums, this brings Jimi back from the fourth dimension. There’s also a DVD documentary featuring live performances & Jimi’s incredible life story told in his own words.
Watching movies is not the same as appreciating cinema. Okay … it’s pretty much the same thing. But if you’re into movies, this series on legendary directors will turn you into a full-on movie buff. Each book features bio, critical insights, a full list of director’s works, illustrations, film stills & set photos. Great trivia for dazzling your date and perfect reading for when you can’t actually be watching a movie.
Wrap these legs around anything and light up your life. First, Joby revolutionized POV filming with their wicked tripods featuring this design. Now, the light is on – it’s genius. The bendy legs give you hands-free hold on pretty much anything: a ladder, bike handlebars, the top of your head … once you get one, you’ll see. The aluminum light is an ultra bright LED lasting 6.5 hours with a rechargeable lithium battery.
Badlands is a trip. It’s based on a true crime 50s murder spree and features Sissy Spacek & Martin Sheen. The award-winning film came out in 1973: a few years before Spacek starred in Carrie and Sheen starred in Apocalypse Now – two classic films that made them both famous Hollywood weirdos. Badlands was directed by Terrence Malick, the man behind The Thin Red Line, which was nominated for 7 Oscars. Heavy for sure.