Every party has one over-amped superstar who has to be “that guy.” The Naga Chili-infused vodka is the perfect remedy for silencing the party clown. The heat of peppers is measured using the Scoville scale. A jalapeño comes in at 3500-8000 and this vodka has 100,000. Offer him a shot. The bottle comes with warnings but whether you warn him or not is entirely up to you.
If you carry all your most-used tools around in a tool belt you’ll look like the Construction Worker from the Village People. ’Stache or not, this isn’t something you want. Fiskars Shop Boss Snip combines a serrated blade, beer opener, wire stripper, and file for a tool that’ll do lots of tough household jobs without making you into a macho man.
Your big sausage fingers are no good for drawing or writing on your tablet or touch-screen. The Jot Flip is a digital stylus designed to work with your touch-screen device for drawing, sketching, even just selecting on screen. Flip it around and you’ve got a fine-tipped pen for non-digital scribing. Works with iPads, iPhones, MacBook trackpads, HTC, Samsung, Nokia, Motorola, and Blackberry.
America has always been a land of swindlers. This novel recounts the tale of Texas rancher J. Frank Norfleet, who in 1919 was conned not once but twice by stock market hustlers. Norfleet then wised up and embarked on a nationwide hunt disguising himself as a gullible hayseed allowing those same con-men to lure him into new scams. All the while he was building evidence against them. The Mark Inside is a tale of sweet revenge and America’s abusive love affair with easy money.
The line between genius and total idiot is a very thin line indeed. You will be even more sure of this when you finish reading Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good. Kevin Smith, director of classic movies like Clerks and Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back is the author, a social reject who is uniquely qualified to show other lazy creeps how to kick ass and be awesome.
Unless you’re an ex-Boy Scout, tying any knot other than your shoelace is way too complicated. This new device relieves of this task when you’re strapping down cargo on your rooftop or trailer, or any other place you use tie-down straps. And after all, if you could tie a knot you’d just use rope instead of straps and tie-downs, right? The Strap-Loc device keeps the excess and loose ends of the strap from flapping in the breeze. Nice and neat.
Sierra Nevada brewers make a natural, moisturizing lip balm using Cascade Hop Oils. Even though it’s not beer flavored, when it touches your lips, it tastes sooo good.
GPS-enabled map in your iPhone? Pffft. The real “urban woodsman” uses a compass. With the Brass Stow Away Capsule, he’s also got a waterproof match safe in case he gets off course and needs to build a fire while waiting for his girlfriend to pick him up and drive him safely back to Brooklyn.
Hell Above Earth is the true yet unbelievable tale of an American WWII bomber pilot who also happened to be the nephew of the head of the Nazi Luftwaffe, Hermann Goering. The FBI was aware of this family tie and gave secret orders to his trusted friend and co-pilot, to kill him if anything went wrong on the aerial combat missions. Imagine a modern comparison and the implications are mind-blowing. Could this even happen today?
Rumor has it these photo-video-lighting clamps got their name from their numerous uses on the set of adult film productions. Okay, that’s a lie. Anyway, Nasty Clamps are heavy-duty spring clamps with a Gorilla-pod style arm on them, which has a tripod mount on the end. Snap a Nasty on and you can put your camera, LED light bank, or flash, pretty much anywhere you want. Source