After dousing your dinner with Sriracha Rooster Sauce, your lips will be sizzling for a good half-hour. If you don’t want that prickly sensation to go away, either hit the sauce straight from the green tip or apply some of this Rooster lip balm and let it burn.
The only foreseeable problem with this waterproof, key-shaped compact USB drive—which comes in 8, 16, & 32GB capacity—is the fact that you’ll want to put it on your key chain. Which means that chances are pretty good you’ll be searching in the couch cushions for important documents at some point.
Regardless of how you blow the button off the front of your shirt, your intention to fix said blowout is rarely, if ever, realized. But unlike the needle & thread you’re never going to use, Tic provides a permanent, automatic fix to your busted buttons that requires no sewing and will help resurrect those shirts you’ve been meaning to mend.
For many of us wine is the elixir of life; a vacation in a bottle. And it’s been this way for over 8000 years. If you’re interested in the history of wine, this book by prolific wine writer Paul Lukacs is a great place to start, covering the spirit’s progression in production and appreciation through the ages.
First in a series of hardcover books from the creative team of artists behind Peter Jackson’s blockbuster The Hobbit, this book features more than 1000 images of concept artwork, photos, and paintings.
The Medal of Honor is usually pinned to dead soldiers but Army staff sergeant Sal Giunta, who in 2007 saved the lives of his squad men in the Afghan war and lived to tell the tale, was one of the lucky ones. He survived a Taliban ambush in the Korengal—a place known to US soldiers as the “Valley of Death” and in this book he breaks it all down.
The adult treats we like most usually cause impairment of some kind. But unless you think a little Cajun spice might mess you up, you can eat these Tabasco-flavored jelly beans and still drive yourself home.
Cleaner and greener than solar powered lighting, the GravityLight employs the power of gravity in a simple system using a weight. Lift the weight & the light will glow for 30 minutes. Designed to replace harmful, expensive kerosene lamps in developing countries, it can also be used to power-up mobile devices, a radio, batteries, etc. via
Not all of America’s highest-ranking military commanders are as scandalous as General Petraeus; in fact many have been much worse. In this new book, military historian & author Thomas Ricks focuses on how & why US Generals have become such losers since the heroic victories of World War II.