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  • Insiders Look At The Worst Wildfire In California History [34 HQ Photos]

    For about two weeks California firefighters have been struggling to contain a wildfire that is raging across the Stanislaus National Forest and into Yosemite National Park. The Rim Fire as it is being called is now the largest wildfire in state history consuming nearly 149,999 acres, nearly the size of Chicago. The fire is in a very remote area but it has disrupted hydroelectric power supply to San Francisco and destroyed 23 structures. The view from space is amazing…

  • Cogburn CB4 Real Tree Camo Bike

    If only Robin Hood had this in Sherwood Forest, that old pesky Sheriff of Nottingham wouldn’t stand a chance. But I’m sure today you can use the Cogburn CB4 to sneak up on deer and stuff. A silent assassin, the CB4 produces much less noise than an ATV or truck, the go to get-arounds for most sport hunters today. It’s massive 3.8” tires run at low pressure making it a breeze getting through the thick of woods. The entire body is made of a no glare finish and covered in a camo pattern. And it’s good for the environment! Cogburn CB4

  • Things China Makes (Infographic)

    China makes so many goods, that if it suddenly decided to stop, most of the rest of the world would experience impossibly high demand for many “essentials” of modern life — things like air conditioners, cell phones and personal computers. That’s not all, though, China produces almost 50% of all pork in the world, while also producing the same amount of coal. 

  • Tear Jerker Of The Day: 96 Year Old Man Writes A Song “Oh Sweet Lorraine” For His Late Wife And Wins A Contest

    A 96-year-old Illinois man named Fred Stobaugh wrote a song about his wife of 75 years and when he sent the heart-wrenching ode into a singer-songwriter contest, they decided to produce it for him. When Fred talks about his wife Lorraine now, it’s hard for him to hold back tears after the life they led together he says was ‘like a dream.’ After she died, he was sitting alone in the Peoria home they once shared and for the first time in his life he decided to write a song.

  • Jefferson’s Small Batch Bourbon

    A woody nose with vanilla and golden caramel syrup makes you appreciate small batch bourbons like a french cafe in a mall cafeteria. Small batch bourbons typically blend 200 to 300 barrels  before bottling where as Jefferson’s blends 8 to 12. Yeah, exactly. So bourbon is typically aged in large warehouses, so that hundreds of the barrels can age uniformly. I’m sure you know heat rises, which cause much more volatility in temperature for the barrels high near the roof. Large fluctuations in temperature cause barrels to age faster and in turn lose flavor due to evaporation. Because of this barrels are blended together to keep flavor consistent, but barrels in the center of the warehouse are set aside, because those are always the best barrels for flavor. Jefferson’s basically only blends the best of the best, giving it a “very” small batch title, instilling the quality of each bottle. Going down it’s a velvety smooth and delicate body that warms the palette. The finish is moderate in length, with a tiny kick at the end. $30

  • TCU Unveils Uniforms with a Hidden Meaning More Badass Than the Uniforms

    TCU have always been on the forefront of innovation. In 1935, Coach Dutch Meyer revolutionized football during a run to the national championship introducing the “Meyer Spread,” a formation that allowed star quarterback Sammy Baugh to revolutionize the forward pass. Now they join the ranks of the college football uniform revolution, only they did it perfect. At first glance the uniform is striking, but not overdone. A matte black top and bottom with  subtle hints of Nike’s new spiked design patteren toned down on the shoulders and the stenciled numbers. Purple under shirts and socks to keep the TCU tradition and now an even lesser seen red accent. on their socks, gloves and helmet. A matte purple and black camo pattern on the helmet symbolizes the horned frogs ability to blend with it’s surroundings, but the uniform’s red accents that harken back to the horned frog’s defense mechanism, 

  • Scientists Create Hydrating Beer Which Could End World Hangover

    Rejoice! A team of super-hero, angel researchers at Griffith Health Institute in Australia have created a recipe with a hydrating beer that could rid the world of hangovers. The team began to rethink how beer was made and used electrolytes in their recipe, which in turn replenish and rehydrate you as you drink your life away at your local watering hole. Imagine waking up on a Sunday and not cursing Aunt Bethany’s name for not only being born, but being born 75 years ago, this very Sunday. The beer’s taste also wasn’t affected in adding the electrolytes and after Associate Professor, Ben Desbow gave his subjects four kinds of beer—including their improved version—to people who had finished exercising, found out that their modified beer was a third better at hydrating people than an ordinary one. Now for the bad news, because of the amount of electrolytes needed to hydrate, alcohol content must be reduced, so for all the genuine alcoholics out there, you might want to pass. Then again you probably just drink away the hangover anyway. [Via: Daily Mail UK}

  • How 5 Serial Entrepreneurs Made Their Billions (Infographic)

    As you’ll see below, some of the most eccentric and well known billionaires around the world are self made, and we’re not talking handed a million dollars and made it into a billion. All of these men began their work ethic at a very young age, selling Christmas trees or nes papers, then their desire for building something they can call their own took over and as you’ll see it took dipping their hands in a variety of different business’ before their billions came. Richard Branson has been involved in almost thirty different ventures and shows no signs of stopping. It’s just the mentality of a serial entrepreneur. Elon Musk began creating video games, then founded electric car company, Tesla, now plans to build a Hyper loop rail from San Francisco to LA. Keep the ball rolling and wheels in motion.

  • Spectacular Ocean-Front Malibu Bachelor Pad [34 Photos]

    Located directly off the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu’s most exclusive beachfront neighborhood, this 6,152 square foot beachfront bachelor pad will run you a cool $18M. If you get tired of lounging at the beautiful pool with brilliant views of the ocean head on up to the sprawling 2,500 square foot rooftop patio for lounging and entertaining.

  • Houston Texans Have The Second Best Tailgate In The NFL

    Tailgating. The right of passage for sports fans in America. On any given Sunday in the Fall, parking lots in NFL cities swell with thousands of grill masters cooking up a wide variety of specialty foods. From porterhouse steaks, meticulously marinated in a secret passed down recipe to full pig roasts (we’re looking at you Oakland) the food choices are endless. Having the proper tools could be the difference between a Gatorade shower and a tailgate shunning. When it comes to grilling there is Coleman’s NXT Grill and there is everything else. This compact beast fits 18 burgers at one time, 20,000 BTUs for cooking intensity, and folds like a Transformer allowing it to fit in your trunk with ease. Did we mention the no-spill grease cup that prevents grease stains while you’re hauling it? Anyone who’s ever tried to lug a greasy travel grill home knows the crime scene, you could open up your trunk to.

  • 6 Professional Athletes Who Have Given Music A Try

    Music and athletics are often thought of as mutually exclusive. Athletes aren’t thought of to possess artistic ability for somewhat unfounded reasons that exist solely in the realm of immature stereotyping. Don’t be mistaken, sometimes the stereotypes are true and athletes should not be allowed to step into a music-recording booth—people like John Cena. But, the WWE star is excluded from consideration due to the blatantly scripted nature of the professional wrestling. And, this list will only focus on athletes who don’t play in scripted sporting affairs.

  • The Best Burger In New York City Revealed By Amstel Light’s Battle Of The Burgers

    Last night Time Out New York and Amstel Light threw their annual Battle of the Burgers at the Hudson Hotel paring the top hamburgers the Big Apple has to offer agains each other. We were there with celebrity chef Richard Blais as guests of Amstel Light and got to sample all the creations. After sampling about eight burgers we predicted that Maialino (2 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10010) would take the crown and it looks like we were correct.

  • The Ultimate Guide To Being A Grill Master [Infographic]

    Whether you’re a backyard BBQ beginner or a long-time grilling enthusiast, you’re bound to find helpful tips in this infographic, “Ultimate Guide to the Grill Master.” Read on to learn about the different barbecue styles that are popular throughout the country, how to know when to use direct versus indirect heat, the best way to grill different types of meats and much more. We’ll have you manning the grill like a pro in no time!

  • Tori Hunter Steals Home From 2nd on a 2 Out, 3rd Strike Passed Ball

    Tori “Willie Mayes Hayes” Hunter might have lost a step or two, but he has the experience and game awareness to make a critical heads up decision that only years of playing will teach. Two outs down as Prince Fielder had a 2-2 count against him in the bottom of the 7th inning and it looked as though Caleb Thielbar was going to get his team out of a bind. Thielbar took out Fielder on a nasty up and in 93 MPH fastball that just got by Ryan Doumitt, Fielder took notice and like all baseball players are taught in little league, run it out on a past ball. Thats where Tori Hunter’s baseball instincts take over. Hunter was savvy enough to recognize Thielbar asleep at the mound and took an extra base, putting another notch on the Tigers belt. Your browser does not support iframes.

  • “CBGB” Trailer

    In theaters October 11th CBGB looks at the New York City punk-rock scene and the venerable nightclub. Starring: Malin Akerman, Johnny Galecki, Ashley Greene, Justin Bartha, Bradley Whitford

  • Move Over GoPro, The Garmin VIRB Elite is here.

    Many have tried, but none succeeded in their attempt to take on what has become the standard of action video.  Garmin’s giving it a shot with their VIRB Elite. The camera has a true 1080p HD action camera equiped with Wi-Fi and GPS with an accelerometer and barometric altimeter. he VIRB Elite is a true HD 1080p action camera that combines enhanced HD video recording with Wi-Fi capability and advanced GPS functions like preset recording profiles. For example, the Ski profile automatically records during the run but pauses when you get to the bottom. VIRB Elite features a built-in 1.4” Chroma color display that stays on when the camera is on, but uses minimal power. The display lets you easily setup/preview/playback video and adjust menu settings without detaching it from its mount. Record at 1080p for up to 3 hours with the rechargeable lithium-ion battery. And video enhancement features like Digital Image Stabilization and Lens Distortion Correction ensure footage looks great, even before you start editing.

  • The Tesla Model S Scored The Best Safety Rating of Any Car. Ever.

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave The Tesla Model S  five star ratings across all of the NHTSA’s crash tests, because it can withstand a hit like no other car they’ve seen. The Model S has climbed many hurdles of doubt recently and can now officially stand atop the mountain and scream, because it is now champion. An electric car so beautiful, so economical, so fast and now so safe it blows literally every other car tested by the NHTSA out of the water. Not only that. It achieved better than perfect. “Safety levels better than 5 stars are captured in the overall Vehicle Safety Score (VSS) provided to manufacturers,” Tesla Motors said in a statement. “The Model S achieved a new combined record of 5.4 stars.” “The Model S has the advantage in the front of not having a large gasoline engine block, thus creating a much longer crumple zone to absorb a high speed impact,” said Tesla. “The longer the crumple zone, the more time there is to slow down occupants at g loads that do not cause injuries.” It appears as though Tesla is flipping off the entire auto industry and making a car with the potential we more »

  • G.H. Bass Camo Weejuns

    The perfect way to fall into… dare I say… Fall. Yup it’s here, so you better be prepared to dress to impress. A classic Weejuns loafer and gave them the camo treatment. The Camo Weejuns are crafted with fabric and a genuine leather upper. And all the classic details are still there – the iconic  penny keeper and handsewn leather.  Camo Weejuns $138

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