“Russians yawn at death.” Who better then, to run a risky international shipping ring of illegal weapons and contraband? Balls-of-steel reporter Matt Potter got on the flight deck with a crew of Russian ex-soldiers who use de-commissioned military planes to deliver everything from missiles to humanitarian aid to the hottest, war-torn corners of the globe. You won’t believe it, but it’s true.
There’s a reason nobody watches porn on their phone. Handheld devices are awesome, except when you need to use your hands. There’s also cooking, driving and other times when hands-free is helpful. This stand, made of aluminum & carbon fiber, holds it for you. The spider-like design attaches to virtually anything to hold your phone, tablet, camera and other digital media device right where you want it.
If you want to grill like a real man, take your skirt off and sling this tactical apron around your neck. Made of military-spec cordura in a variety of field-proven camo patterns, this apron is made for serious battle. It’s PALS/MOLLE equipped with webbing allowing you strap-on accessories. It also holds 3 twelve-ounce hand grenades up front for easy access.
You’re getting pretty long in the tooth if you remember playing Space Invaders. If you’re completely clueless, it was a groundbreaking video game created back in 1978. For those in the know, you’ve now reached middle-age, that magical stage of life when you can afford a Romain Jerome timepiece, yet still have a sense of humor. You have arrived.
Taking cues from TransFormers and the ancient Japanese craft of Origami, the design duo behind Vienna’s HardGraft brand have created a pretty tricky bag. Depending on how you fold or unfold it, the 3Fold converts into a laptop case, overnight duffle, camera bag, attaché and so on. It’s handmade in Italy from vegetable tanned leather with wool felt detailing and all metal hardware.
One way to brighten your mood after a rainy night spent in a pup tent is a good, strong cup of coffee. Coleman’s self-contained, propane-powered camp coffeemaker is what you want for the job. Start with the push of a button and the coffee’s ready in minutes.
Are you the dad of a teenage daughter? If so, order several of these lamps. One for the entryway, maybe a pair for the living room. Hopefully they’ll cause an unsettling, perhaps terrifying effect, on the zit-faced teenage dirtball who’s picking up your little angel for a “movie” date. The AK-47 replica ought to cool his jets.
Pro Tour players like Jason Day and veteran short-game threat, Dave Stockton, are hyping up this new putter from TaylorMade’s proven Ghost Series. Called the Spider, its design is certainly intriguing. It’s easier to align & aim and also offers adjustable weight technology letting you custom-tune the feel of the club.
There’s only one down side to waking up at noon. To eat breakfast or lunch? The Denver burger splits the difference. It’s a traditional burger topped with Wisconsin cheddar, and topped again, with a Swiss-cheese demi-omelette. Yeah … a burger with an omelet on top. And that’s not all, click below to read the rest of the recipe.
Due to lack of evidence, actor Richard Gere was never prosecuted for “gerbiling”, but he was taken to the cleaners in the court of public opinion. Regardless, he was able to deftly play the role of a powerful, fame-hungry lawyer in this 1996 legal thriller. Starring Ed Norton as the killer on trial, Gere gets tangled up in big city politics as the murder of the city’s archbishop unfolds. Can Gere get Norton off? You’ll have to watch and find out.