The whole planet is polluted with used car tires. It’s cool this chair from green artist/inventor Peter Danko will keep a few out of the landfill. He uses chunks of tire to create a cushy, comfy suspension system for this task chair. The frame is made of tube steel and the seat is made from FSC-approved Ash veneers.
Remember the part in the movie SuperSize Me when the expert says one McDonald’s burger contains beef from 500 different cows? Well, he said it. And if you’re still not vegetarian, this is a book you might want to read. This book breaks down how to source and prepare sustainable, local meat and poultry. You could call it Meat Appreciation 101. And, that’s a lot smarter than burger 500.
The Internet and jerked beef go hand in hand for most of us, but this is new. Order custom-spiced beef jerky online and have it delivered to your door within the week. Made with grass-fed Vermont cow and a wide array of spice & flavor options, you can get your beef jerked exactly the way you like it … and you won’t even have to clear your history after ordering.
In medieval Russia, a form of torture was tying a victim to a tree naked in the forest and leaving him for the mosquitoes. This slow, brutal form of exsanguination—total blood loss—often took days. Don’t let it happen to you. Get this pest-proof net covered hammock. Use the 20’ bungee cords & carabiners to attach this little cocoon between two trees and zip yourself inside before the bugs suck your blood dry.
You know your cellphone is a farm for bacteria & germs, but have you ever considered what microorganisms might be living on your earbuds? Yeah, don’t. Maybe just buy these washable buds from Pioneer and live in ignorance. Do you really wanna know about human ear mites? Didn’t think so. Waterproof up to one meter, so just hit ‘em with soap & water.
The things you most need in life are usually the items you lose the most. Car keys. Cell phone. TV remote. How many hours of your life have you spent upending the whole house hunting? Well, this new universal remote from Griffin technology will cut the search time by at least one third. Instead of a regular TV remote, use your iPhone to control practically every remote-driven electronic device in the house.
With waterproof materials and military spec construction, this rucksack is built for all-weather, everyday abuse. Multiple weatherproof pockets and urethane coated zippers keep out the elements and keep your laptop snug & dry. werd is in SoCal, so we don’t really need this kind of weatherproofing. We realize, however, that you might.
Because it’s hollow, the natural resonance of bamboo amplifies music. This unique property makes bamboo an ideal material for making an all-natural, no-power-needed iPod or iPhone amplifier. So that’s exactly what Brooklyn-based artist/inventor, Anatoliy Omelchenko, did. Now you can buy his crafty, eco-friendly creation online and pump up the volume.
When you hear “wrecking bar” you probably think back to that night in Vegas when shit got out of hand. This wrecking bar is for a different type of demolition. It’s a Nail puller, tile ripper, chisel smash, board straightener and demo axe for chopping through walls. And when the dust settles, a bottle opener. Do some damage.
Are you a psychopath? Your boss? From the writer of The Men Who Stare At Goats comes a new book exploring psychopathic behavior. Author Jon Ronson has devised a system to help you pick out psychos based on subtle verbal cues. In examining various powerful, successful people, Ronson discovers psychopathy is more pervasive than we thought. So, are we all crazy?