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  • Jack Spade United Arrows Duffle

    Fresh from the 2013 spring line, Jack Spade’s new weekend duffle is the perfect bag for any weekend traveling. There comes a time in every mans life when he must say goodbye to his first car, childhood bicycle, high school backpack and now it’s your lucky duffle bag. What better way to ring in this very meaningful chapter of your life, than with a premium travel bag. Constructed from heavyweight 24-ounce canvas, with raw leather trim for added durability and style.

  • Mom Crushes “Wipe Out” on the Drums

      There’s John Bonham, Keith Moon, Dave Grohl and then this Mom.  Not sure who she is, but she straight up shreds the drums on the 1960′s hit, “Wipe Out”.  If you know who she is, please let us know.  We would love for her to do more of these.

  • Coachella-type Music Festival Coming To Arizona In September

    The Canyon Moon Ranch, located just outside of Phoenix in Florence, AZ, is home to the annual Country Thunder Festival every April. The year-round entertainment facility, which includes a 55,000-square-foot pavilion, recently announced that it will host Liquid Sol. The Coachella-like multigenre music festival will come September 19-21 to Canyon Moon Ranch’s sprawling festival grounds, which can accommodate camping for thousands. Harry Luge, whose family owns the property, did not give any further details but stay tuned as he said they are still finalizing the lineup.

  • 23 Facts about #23 (infographic)

    Michael Jordan is 50 years old, and unless you haven’t turned on ESPN in a month, there’s a slight chance you don’t know that. In honor of MJ’s birthday Nowsourcing produced these 23 interesting facts about Jordan’s on and off the court life over the span of his career.

  • Jason Blacks Out While Skydiving

    Meet Jason.  The kid is downright extreme.   When he isn’t riding around, picking up babes on his Ducati, he enjoys a good skydive.  Along with a few buddies, Jason jumped at Skydive the Beach in Sydney Australia and naturally, like every other extreme thing he does, nailed it.

  • CNN Gets People Super Stoned and Lets Them Drive on Test Course – Hilarity Ensues

    Remember your first time driving stoned?  You probably drove 7mph in the left lane on the highway like Chris Farley did.  Well, CNN gathered three people, gave them a ton of weed, and let them drive on a course to test their road skills under the influence.  Of course, the test came equipped with some laughs, specifically the girl who is a regular smoker, but as you can see it isn’t safe.

  • NBA All-Star Jersey Patches For The 50 Greatest NBA Players Of All-Time

    At this weekend’s NBA All-Star Game Weekend players were given patches for their personal accomplishments to attach to their warm-up uniforms. Kobe and LeBron’s patches leaked online and fanned the flames of their rivalry. So what would the patches of the best players from the history of the NBA look like? Well now we know! This photoshop genius created a collection patches for the top 50 NBA players ever, according to SLAM’s 500 Greatest NBA Players of All Time list that was created in 2011. The creator of the images says he used Lebron’s patch collection as the original image and manipulated it to create the others.

  • Breathtaking snowboard crash of 2013 Red Bull Ultra Natural winner Gigi Ruf

    Yesterday, the world’s best snowboarders descended upon Baldface Lodge in British Columbia and competed in Red Bull Ultra Natural.  In only its second year of existence, Red Bull Ultra Natural, created by snowboarding legend Travis Rice, has already become a highly-respected competition with both riders and fans of this ever-growing sport.  We at RSVLTS believe that this event will be the future of competitive snowboarding.  Gigi Ruf went head-to-head with riders like Travis Rice, Mark McMorris and Torstein Horgmo to take the top spot in this year’s competition.  We are anxiously waiting for the footage to come back but here is a vintage video of Gigi crashing in the backcountry to get us excited.

  • James White’s Free Throw Attempt from Phantom Cam is Hypnotizing (video)

    New York Knicks dunkmaster and heavy dunk contest favorite, James White, gave fans an almost perfect attempt at a free throw line, two handed dunk. White, who is clearly capable of executing a dunk of that caliber, just came short by a foot, but regardless, makes this slam look NBA Jam worthy. Although The Phantom Cam would make me dunking on a Playschool rim look spectacular, James deserves a head nod for this attempt.

  • Half Court Basketball Shots Are Easy [Super Cut Compilation]

    We’ve all seen the amazing “Dude Perfect” trick shot videos.  And we are not trying to take anything away from those, but the guys who create them take about 20 shots until they make one.  What really impresses us are the half-court shots that are made in one attempt, in the heat of the moment, under tons of pressure.  Whether it’s a player hitting the last second buzzer beater to win the game, or it’s a fan pulled from the crowd who makes a shot for $50,000, these are the basketball trick shots we want to see…because they are real.

  • Fascinating Never-Before-Seen Photos of the Rolling Stones in 1965

    Here are 23 rare photographs capturing candid moments of the Rolling Stones in Savannah, Ga., and Clearwater, Fla., during their 1965 American tour. The photos were recently discovered in an unmarked box at a Southern California estate sale and were shared with the public. Shot in Savannah, Ga., and Clearwater, Fla., in the spring of 1965, the pictures show the now legendary rock group in their youth, relaxing as the British Invasion of rock starts to sweep the States. The collection shows the carefree innocence of the Stones, along with their founding member and road manager, Ian Stewart, just when they were on the verge of superstardom. Source: Designyoutrust.com

  • Name That Space Rock

    Very helpful with all your space questions. With the recent meteor/meteorite news, illustrator Tim Lillis of Narwhal Creative realized that he was confused about the differences between meteors, meteoroids, comets, and meteorites.  So he designed “Name That Space Rock,” a handy chart that explains them all. Source: Laughing Squid Tips

  • We Spoke, Maker’s Mark Listened – Will Restore Alcohol Content Of It’s Whiskey

    Last week, Maker’s Mark announced they would be lowering the alcohol by volume of their product from 45% to 42%. Maker’s Mark fans across the globe threw a fit and the brand took notice. Just check out the massive negative PR spike on Google Trends. The decision to water down their product in order to keep up with demand was reversed as the COO Rob Samuels says in the following Facebook post.

  • The 22 Key Turning Points In The History Of YouTube

    YouTube is the world’s most popular online video site, with users watching 4 billion hours worth of video each month, and uploading 72 hours worth of video every minute. Since its inception in 2005, YouTube has grown from a site devoted to amateur videos to one that distributes original content.

  • Man Takes Stunning Photos of the Sun From His Backyard

    Alan Friedman is a greeting card-maker by day and amateur astronomer once the night falls. These photos were taken right from Friedman’s backyard in Buffalo, NY using a small (3 ½” aperture) telescope with a Hydrogen Alpha filter and an industrial webcam to capture the surface of the Sun.

  • 3.2.1. Glassware Whiskey Set

    3.2.1. Glassware combined with a decent scotch whiskey is a sure fire way to impress the decanter crowd. These uniquely styled bottles would even get the nod of approval from Jack Donaghy, himself. If he existed. Which I like to believe he does. Morphing from triangle to circle, with a large mouth for smooth pouring and a literal “show” stopper, this ultra cool, ultra modern hand-blown and etched Czech crystal decanter and tumbler set speaks volumes about your style. Someday you’ll even be able to switch out the Jameson for a decent Whiskey. Someday.

  • Everything You Need to Know About SXSW (Infographic)

    SXSW is right around the bend and Rocksauce, a local Austin company, created this all knowing infographic for the festival. A 10 day breakdown for everything from the daily breakdown, to demographic. Check it out then book your ticket. SXSW has become one of the most respected and attended music and arts festivals in the country, bringing in some of the most popular acts this year, including Deadmau5 and Atlas Genius.

  • Watch Massive Astroid Pass by Earth live (live stream)

    Asteroid 2012 DA14 will be flying from south to north and visible to skygazers in parts of Europe, Africa and Asia through binoculars or a telescope. The Asteroid will be the largest recorded ever. The Asteroid will miss the earth by 17,000 miles, closer than some satellites orbiting the earth.   Live stream by Ustream

  • Corkcicle Wine Chiller

    Chill your wine, not the bottle! Corkcicle maintains the temperature of chilled white wine for 45 minutes to 1 hour. Chills red wine from room temperature to proper “cellar” temperature. Perfectly chilled wine everytime. Keep your corkcicle in your freezer – no need for ice buckets.

  • The Amazing Robbie Rogers

    Today, United States Men’s National Team player, former Leeds United midfielder, and MLS star Robbie Rogers penned a powerful blog post to announce that he would be “stepping away” from soccer at the age of 25. He also revealed that he is gay. We got to know Robbie through a mutual friend and can tell you he is courageous, well-spoken and resilient; all characteristics that will help him become a leader in the inevitable movement for the acceptance of openly gay athletes in professional sports. As the LA Times reported in December, no active player in the MLS, NFL, NBA, MLB or NHL has ever come out as gay and it is still a very touchy subject in professional sports: Even though public opposition to same-sex marriage and gay rights is rapidly eroding, the locker rooms and clubhouses of the country’s four major sports leagues remain among the last bastions of homophobia in the U.S. Consider the numbers. About 4,000 players spent time on active rosters in the NBA, NHL, NFL and Major League Baseball in 2012. With the best estimates of the gay/bisexual population in U.S. ranging from 2% to 10%, it’s likely many of those 4,000 athletes are gay or bisexual. Yet not one has more »

  • Russian Meteorite Super Cut Compilation [RSVLTS Original]

    You would have to be living under a rock to not have heard about the meteor impact in Russia this morning. Over 700 people were been injured in the sparsely-populated Chelyabinsk region from the impact. There are tons of videos floating around the web so we took the liberty of compiling the best of the best into this Russian Meteor Supercut.

  • Adidas Energy Boost Running Shoes Could be Revolutionary (Video)

    Adidas has released it’s performance enhancing shoes, that claims to release energy throughout its capsules in every stride. The shoe could be revolutionary for the German based sports company, putting it at a level to compete with Nike’s Lunar sole and Free + systems. The BOOST system will be used across all facets of Adidas, including Basketball and Originals. “The foundation of the BOOST™ innovation is centred on its cushioning material. Based on a groundbreaking development process created by adidas partner BASF, the world’s leading chemical company, solid granular material (TPU) is literally blown up and turned into thousands of small energy capsules which make up the footwear’s distinctive midsole. With their unique cell structure, these capsules store and unleash energy more efficiently in every stride. Tests conducted by the adidas Innovation Team show that the highly durable material found only in Energy Boost products provides the highest energy return in the running industry. The new cushioning material not only provides the highest energy return in the industry, it also holds its performance in almost any condition at unparalleled levels. The adidas Innovation Team tested how the BOOST™ foam material reacted in a variety of temperatures compared to standard EVA more »

 
 
 
 
 
 

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