If you want to grill like a real man, take your skirt off and sling this tactical apron around your neck. Made of military-spec cordura in a variety of field-proven camo patterns, this apron is made for serious battle. It’s PALS/MOLLE equipped with webbing allowing you strap-on accessories. It also holds 3 twelve-ounce hand grenades up front for easy access.
Due to lack of evidence, actor Richard Gere was never prosecuted for “gerbiling”, but he was taken to the cleaners in the court of public opinion. Regardless, he was able to deftly play the role of a powerful, fame-hungry lawyer in this 1996 legal thriller. Starring Ed Norton as the killer on trial, Gere gets tangled up in big city politics as the murder of the city’s archbishop unfolds. Can Gere get Norton off? You’ll have to watch and find out.
Don’t get your tool confused with the junk and other stuff cluttering your workbench. If you want to get the job done fast & easy, just hang your tool out where it’s easy to find. These ½” magnetic dots stick to the wall and they’re strong enough to hold a half-pound tool. If you want to hang up something bigger, add more dots.
What you see here is a wallet made from upcycled firehose. It’s been used to put out fires and now it holds cash. Somewhere in here, there’s a joke about money burning a hole in your pocket and the punch line would be something about a firehose wallet. Imagine it as a funny joke. Thank you.
Even with sold-out stadium tours and chart topping, radio-friendly hits, Seattle’s Pearl Jam kept their private lives on the D.L. Now, 20 years after the release of their seminal album 10, the band is offering up the whole story from the salad days of the “grunge” era. It’s a scrapbook of sorts featuring interviews, photos, tour notes & more. It’s the whole Pearl Jam story. You might even find out where they got their name.
Remember the part in the movie SuperSize Me when the expert says one McDonald’s burger contains beef from 500 different cows? Well, he said it. And if you’re still not vegetarian, this is a book you might want to read. This book breaks down how to source and prepare sustainable, local meat and poultry. You could call it Meat Appreciation 101. And, that’s a lot smarter than burger 500.
The Internet and jerked beef go hand in hand for most of us, but this is new. Order custom-spiced beef jerky online and have it delivered to your door within the week. Made with grass-fed Vermont cow and a wide array of spice & flavor options, you can get your beef jerked exactly the way you like it … and you won’t even have to clear your history after ordering.
When you hear “wrecking bar” you probably think back to that night in Vegas when shit got out of hand. This wrecking bar is for a different type of demolition. It’s a Nail puller, tile ripper, chisel smash, board straightener and demo axe for chopping through walls. And when the dust settles, a bottle opener. Do some damage.
Are you a psychopath? Your boss? From the writer of The Men Who Stare At Goats comes a new book exploring psychopathic behavior. Author Jon Ronson has devised a system to help you pick out psychos based on subtle verbal cues. In examining various powerful, successful people, Ronson discovers psychopathy is more pervasive than we thought. So, are we all crazy?
Depending on where you live, you may have to go far beyond the greenbelt of your subdivision to find the wild flora & fauna Hank Shaw prepares in his new book Hunt, Gather, Cook: Finding the Forgotten Feast. But, it’ll be worth the effort. Shaw is a prolific blogger and naturalist who espouses the goodness and proper preparation of wild North American food. With recipes and back-to-the-land wisdom, Shaw turns living off nature’s bounty into a gourmet experience.