Detective Theo Kojak was the star of one the 70s most progressive TV-cop series. If you were a fan of this big, bald, Greek, lollipop sucking, New York City cop played by Telly Savalas, you also know there were a bunch of Kojak movies. If you didn’t, now you do. This new collection includes all 8 Kojak flicks including 1973’s The Marcus-Nelson Murders, the film that launched the TV show.
What makes this soap exclusively for men? Well, it’s not pink or shaped like a dolphin and it comes in scents like Beer and the naturally insect-repellent Camper’s formula. If that’s not manly enough for you try dropping it in the sand and then washing up with it.
This product is designed for tenderizing meat and that’s a good thing because real brass knuckles are outlawed in all 50 states. Fathers of teenage daughters, you probably already know this but the Knuckle Pounder could be your loophole for keeping those slimy senior boys at bay. Just answer the door with this on and he’ll know exactly where he stands.
If you’re among the curious who want to know what type of crazy shit has been happening in our shadowy Afghanistan war, this book by Army captain Sean Parnell will blow your mind. Back in 2006, at age 21, Parnell led his unit into the mountains of the Hindu Kush for what they thought was a routine patrol. It exploded into 16-months of deadly hell that Parnell and his 10th Mtn. Division unit—nicknamed the Outlaws—barely survived. This is their tale and it’s true, man, it’s war.
The only way this book could be better is if it were a bit broader in scope. Like maybe 5000 or 10,000 whiskies. But it’s not that bad, after all it does include expert commentary and info on everything from the world’s best Scotches to Ryes to Bourbons, so that’s cool. And Editor Dominic Roskrow knows what he’s talking about. He was the editor of Whisky Magazine for several years and has a written a few other well-respected books on humanity’s finest beverage.
It makes no sense that you’d protect your phone’s glass screen with another piece of glass, but since you’re not a glass expert, let us explain why it works. Firstly, the screen protector from Spigen isn’t just glass, it’s actually Oleophobic coated chemically treated tempered glass. That’s science-speak for “Smashproof.” Get it? Ok, later. Source
The Drill Sergeant Pro Bit Holder does more than just mount to your tool and hold your bits in place. It also keeps the rest of your junk snug. That’s right Handyman. With magnetized sleeves to hold 8 drill bits plus another magnetic catch all for screwing hardware this little accessory will really help you with the countersinking, if you catch our drift.
The original Battlestar Galactica was only on TV for a little over a year. Even still a global audience has been watching it in syndication for the past 30 years. It was conceived in the wake of Star Wars’ success but failed to create the same stellar appeal. Maybe you disagree. If so, order up this 6-disc set and host your own BG marathon anytime you feel the urge.
Unless you’ve taken your obsession with Mad Men a little too far, your car cigarette lighter probably isn’t getting a lot of use. This little nug from Just Mobile turns your car lighter into a 2-port USB charging station. Way smoother than a Pall Mall. Source
You probably have no idea what the Underbelly Project is. Because the artists behind this project wanted it that way. From 2009-2010 an impassioned crew of urban artists transformed an abandoned New York subway station into the largest underground gallery in the world. Eric Haze aka HAZE is behind the project and this book. Act like you know.