The coffee perverts behind the infamous Black Blood Of The Earth blends discovered long ago how to triple extract caffeine from the bean, creating the world’s gnarliest caffeine fix. Now they’re treating caffeine-addicts to test-tube shooters available in sampler packs. Wanna sweat bullets standing still and feel the strength of ten men surging through your veins? Tip one back and see.
Behind the big, dark political scandals like Bin Laden’s assassination, Watergate, Waco, the Kennedy assassination, the Russian spy swap, and so on, lurk the operatives from the FBI. In this book by investigative journalist and best selling author Ronald Kessler, he uses his inside access to FBI bigwigs to reveal how they do their dirt.
Two dudes from Australia designed this iPhone beer opener with plans to launch it off Kickstarter.com. It’s part switchblade, part church key and it’s got a million dollar name. Do your best Australian accent and say it, “Opena!” For people from Maine and Massachusetts it should roll right off the tongue.
Most of Tom Hanks’ movies are good but usually wander a bit too far into chick-flick territory. Take Castaway: It was all good while Tom was on the island talking to his friend, the deflated volleyball named Wilson. But once he gets off the island you may as well go out to the kitchen and make some nachos. The movie is done. This regulation Wilson volleyball stamped with Hanks’ hand-print will remind you of the good parts.
Remember college? No? Try this: Lose twenty pounds, empty your wallet, hide the kid’s car seat in the closet and light one of these candles. Let the youthful “Dorm Room” scent, a combination of cologne, weed, and Fritos take you back to those golden days of yore.
Depending on your perspective, it’s either money or bullshit that makes the world go round. And who wants to read books about money? Boring. At least bullshit is entertaining. If you want to rub elbows with the big dogs and come off as a brilliant man-of-the-world, all you need is a bit of strategy and the balls to bullshit. Read this guide and learn how to turn lies and ignorance into charm. Or just buy it for your friend in sales.
On a Swiss Army knife, the corkscrew and mini tweezers always seem to come in handy. But what if you had the Slim Flash? Instead of just opening wine or removing your own stitches you could break out 64Gigs of music and movies and save everyone from boredom.
Here’s a movie that’s got action, suspense, drama, hot chicks, violence, drugs, and crime. And almost unbelievably, there are no vampires. A loner named Brendan and his brainy sidekick get caught in chaos as they try to solve the murder of his high school sweetheart. When Brick was released in 2005 it won film festival awards around the world, including a Special Jury Prize at Sundance.
It’s a sad fact that bartenders kinda-sorta need a weapon handy when they’re on the job. Booze plus humans always equals drama, right? For some barkeeps it’s a baseball bat by the sink, for others, a 12-gauge. These artsy bottle openers made from real railroad spikes would also be a great go-to when the shit hits the fan at last call. If you drink at the bars on the other side of the tracks, you understand what we’re saying here.
Now that you’re pretty much bald, having bad hair days is a permanent condition. Even still, you might be having bad headphone days, too. You know those days—your cables are all kinky and tangled. At least there’s something you can do about this.The CableGuy is like a comb for your headphone cables. Tame that mess.