If you’re a big wristwatch, sun glasses, or vintage motorcycle fan and yet Wikipedia is the farthest you’ve gone to find out who the hell Steve McQueen is, the exhaustive, 492-page book Steve McQueen: The Actor and His Films, will tell you all you need to know. The guy was a Hollywood superstar. Some say he was a second-rate Paul Newman, but the fact remains, the dude was in a lot of movies.
Rite In The Rain all-weather writing paper has been to the summit of Everest and works like a charm in the jungles of Africa. Anywhere wet weather and moisture could compromise your note taking, this stuff will endure. Handy notebooks of all shapes and sizes are available direct from their web site.
When you pull a switchblade on someone standing there innocently holding an unopened beer, they’re bound to think you’re sticking them up. But with this thing, you’ll only be opening their beer, not their belly. They’ll be relieved and maybe offer you a brew, too.
Charging up your USB devices usually means flipping open the laptop to power ’em up but with this grounded, wall-mounted plug-in plate you can just jam your cord into the outlet and not get caught back up in Facebook. Plugs in anywhere and has two USB ports plus a regular 3-prong outlet.
You probably saw Slacker twenty years ago in your “experimental” days at the university, most likely under the influence of something. And you should watch this offbeat art-flick again, this time in its upgraded Criterion Collection version. You might remember with some fondness the misfits and losers you used to associate with. Sober or otherwise, this era-defining film will take you back to the weirdo days of the dawning 90s.
If you consider yourself an asshole (of the highest and most righteous order, of course) you’ve probably read at least one of Tucker Max’s books by now. The third in his trilogy on “drunken debauchery and ridiculous antics,” Hilarity Ensues is his pièce de résistance. Learn how to live and work in Cancun, while still enrolled in Law School, hear about “dirty pageant girls” and how to drive an uptight roommate completely insane.
This emergency dual-band GSM cell phone has something that until now you & your current phone could only dream of: A 15-year battery life. It is made for emergencies and automatically transmits its location. At $50 this is a small pricetag for some serious piece of mind. Throw one in the glove box and when you’re stranded on the side of the road with a dead car and dead iPhone, you’ll be glad you did.
GreenZero Chargers for your mobile device are more than just a cool looking charger. Its unique design turns off as soon as your device is fully charged which eliminates stand-by energy consumption. To turn it back on just give the big green button a kick. Did you even know about stand-by energy consumption? Now you do, so save yourself. Also available in a travel size shown above in black.
All this zombie shit just won’t die. Living artist Andre de Freitas has created a new series of art prints featuring the zombified faces of an eclectic group of cartoon celebrities. UnDead Donald Duck, Batman, IronMan, Popeye, etc. Basically, all your dudes.
If it wasn’t for Howard Cosell, we’d have no Madden, no Bob Costas, no Al Michaels. The grand-daddy of the sportscaster personality is none other than Howard Cosell, but he was much more than an iconic voice. This book tells his incredible story and chronicles the far-reaching effects of his influence in sports broadcasting.