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  • The 2012-13 Miami Heat by the Stats (infographic)

    This in depth Chartball poster is a look at the astonishing season of the 2013 Miami Heat. A radial look at wins, losses by points and by margin of point differential, as well as a breakdown of the roster and points. To the right is a look at each player and their season performance stats above their playoff performance stats. LeBron James dominates every category. Across the bottom of the entire image is a franchise history of the Miami Heat by winning percentage along with a timeline of star players and their careers.

  • Satellite Map from NASA Shows Earth’s Vegetation [10 HQ Photos]

    Just how much greenery covers the Earth? Now we have an answer, thanks to a new interactive map produced by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that shows how much of the earth is covered in living plants. Using the Suomi NPP satellite, researchers were able to gather a year’s worth of satellite images and compile them into a single high-resolution image that shows which parts of the planet are the lushest, and also which ones are covered by the sparsest vegetation. You can view the full size map here.

  • Tesla is Leading the Charge with A Battery Swap Option

    Electric car manufacturer, Tesla, has recently announced a game changer in the world of refueling your car. As we all know, Tesla’s home charge is the most ideal, simply plugging in to the nearest outlet in a garage or driveway for the night and waking up to a juiced up sportscar that has a range of 200 miles, but if you find yourself in a high speed chase or just want to juice up, Tesla Superchargers provide half a charge in about 20 minutes and are strategically placed to allow owners to drive from station to station with minimal stops. Although there are only eight around the country now, by the end of 2013, there will be enough Superchargers around the country to successfully drive coast to coast and of course, they’re all completely free of charge. Well you know what charge I mean. With the leaps and bounds Tesla has/will be making in the near future, the game changer is their new Battery Swap option. For $60-80, about the same price it takes to fill up the average car these days, you can switch your battery in 90 seconds and be on your way. The question is what happens more »

  • Summer Girl Fridays [40 Photos]

    It’s the first Friday of Summer 2013. To help celebrate the longest day of the year, and the beautiful weather streak we’re on in New York City, we present Summer Girl Fridays. Whether you have “summer Fridays” at your office or not, check back at noon EST for the next three months as we keep the good times rolling.

  • Nike LeBron X Back-to-Back Championship Finals Pack

    Nike launches a new campaign to honor LeBron James’s second straight championship. After clinching tonight’s Game 7 victory, James helped lead Miami to become only the fourth team in the League to win back-to-back titles. James wore the red LEBRON X PS ELITEwhich features a gloss geometric palm-leaf graphic inspired by Miami’s signature Art Deco architecture and native plant life. The shoes sock-liners are imprinted with “2-time champion” on the left and the seasons “11-12, 12-13” on the right. The LEBRON X LOW sports an upper skin with a unique floral palm splatter print showcasing birds of paradise and palm trees. The upper is finished with a black matte skin with gloss chromaflair palm print graphic from toe to midsole and a glow-in-the-dark outsole. It also has imprinted “2-time champion” and “11-12, 12-13” sock-liners to celebrate James’s championship.  

  • Game of Thrones Beer

    Brace yourself. Belligerent drinking followed by sword fights are upon us. NY Brewery Ommegang and HBO are partnering on a series of beers inspired by the critically-acclaimed drama Game of Thrones. Iron Throne, a blonde ale, is the inaugural beer in the series and the result of a creative collaboration between Brewmaster Phil Leinhart and HBO. The first batch was released before the season 3 premiere a blonde ale, possibly to pay homage to the Lannisters on the throne. The next batch is set to release in the near future called “Take the Black Stout”.

  • The Face of Dejection: Tim Duncan’s Post Game Interview

    This is the face of a man in the twilight of his carrer, who played the game he was born to play above and beyond the expectation of someone his age. A man who’s seen the trophy at the end of the road and managed to grab it every time he’s come within reach of it. You can talk about how a player acts when he wins a championship, LeBron’s class and appreciation for a worthy adversary, a humble post game interview from the contemporary best player in the world. But if you want to see the face of a man uphold his integrity after he worked, arguably, harder than any player on the court only to have his 5th NBA title taken away from him, then take a look at Tim Duncan in this post game 7 press conference. A devastated Duncan addressed the media, anguish oozing from his eyes when asked if game 6 would be the game that sticks out in his mind, he replies “For me, no, Game 7. Missing a lay-up to tie the game, making a bad decision down the stretch, unable to stop Dwyane and LeBron. For me, Game 7 is always going to more »

  • The Arianny Celeste, Kendra Perez and Brittney Palmer UFC 360 Swimsuit Issue Photos Everyone Has Been Talking About

    Here are the photos all UFC fans have been talking about for the last week. UFC 360 recently released their 2013 Swimsuit Issue starring the most well-known Ring Girls in UFC, Arianny Celeste, Brittney Palmer & Kendra Perez and we finally have the photos. You’ll see all the cleaned up (photoshopped) pictures and a great selection of behind the scenes images.

  • “He Got Game” Now Streaming In It’s Entirety On YouTube

    Looking for something to do leading up to tonight’s NBA game 7 final? After game 6 Ray Allen admitted in a press conference that people still call him Jesus, quite a bit and Jesus Shuttlesworth, aka Yeezus Shuttlesworth in all his glory because He Got Game is streaming in it’s entirety on YouTube.

  • Farewell Company, Essentials For The Modern Traveler

    Handmade leather goods for the traveling man made out of premium leather goods. South African-based designers Ben Johnston and Tariq Latiff have designed the ultimate set of traveling accessories. The sub logo of a simple line through a circle is a nomadic symbolic for the Good road to travel. The kit includes etched wallets and iPhone cases with a card and money slot, an etched wooden knife, a pouch for tobacco (or your passport or spectacles), a pencil holder add-on to your Moleskine journal, and personal self-embossed business cards.

  • Insiders Look At New York City’s Mysterious Abandoned North Brother Island

    Located in between Queens and the Bronx, 20 acre North Brother Island was in use by New York City from 1885 to 1963 as a hospital complex to quarantine and treat people suffering from smallpox and typhoid fever then a rehab center and a housing project for WWII vets. By 1963 things were falling apart on the island and it was abandoned. 50 years later Mother Nature is slowly reclaiming her territory as you’ll see in the following photos.

  • Jennifer Massaux Would Make A Great Bond Girl

    27-year-old Jennifer Massaux is a globetrotting high fashion model who calls New York City and Paris home by way of Uccle, Belgium. At 5-11 and a mysterious dark olive features we’d like to think she would make a great love interest in the next installment of James Bond.

  • Extreme Ice Cube Trick Shots

    This may not require the athleticism of other trick shot videos, but it’s still very impressive. Especially when you consider all the stunts were performed in a single 90-second take.

  • Man Meal: BBQ Cheat Sheet

    If you’re the barbecuing type, and we think you are, then you’ll do yourself a favor and print out this cheat sheet for the top meats to BBQ this summer. Each suggested type also has a recommended wood use to obtain some great flavors for your meats. It also has some great suggestions on how to prepare, marinate and sauce to accomodate your meal.

  • GIVEAWAY: SOL REPUBLIC Master Tracks Headphones

    Whether you listen to EDM, country or hip-hop, SOL REPUBLIC’s Master Tracks Headphones are engineered to deliver true sound you can feel. And that is no exaggeration. The headphones were recently voted the top product of CES 2013.  And now one lucky RSVLTS reader will win a pair, all you have to do is enter below.   The Master Tracks, valued at $200, are available at the Apple store online and in stores.


    This week in the 5th installment of Let’s Talk About America for a Second we are getting righteous dudes.  We will discuss the sexy Lady Liberty’s arrival to the US, a car chase the took this nation captive, and the ratification of a little document we like to call the Constitution.  So get readin’ and get learnin’!   June 17th 1885 – Statue of Liberty Arrives to the U.S. On this day in 1885 the Statue of Liberty arrived from France.  It was shipped via the Atlantic Ocean in 350 individual pieces in more than 200 cases.  Intended to commemorate the American Revolution and a century of friendship between the U.S. and France, the statue was designed by French sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi (who modeled it after his own mother), with assistance from engineer Gustave Eiffel, who later developed the iconic tower in Paris bearing his name.  450,000 pound Lady Liberty would take about a year to reassemble and was uncovered in 1886, by President Grover Cleveland. Over a century later, the Statue of Liberty is one of Americas most famous landmarks.  It has been featured in numerous movies and countless photographs, and has received millions of visitors from around the more »

  • For Only $25 You Can Get A Space Selfie

    A radical Kickstarter project called ARKYD could change the future of man-made satellites as we know them.   The project, a brainchild of a company called Planetary Resources, will send a camera into space that can be operated by the public. It’ll allow you to take pictures of really what ever you’d like; aim it into the cosmos and search for Aliens, point it down at Earth, do what ever you’d like but first Planetary Resources needs to get the damn thing into orbit and to raise the multi-millions od dollars it will cost they have a brilliant idea.

  • The BIG 3 of MLB Teams (infographic)

    Each team has it’s 3 offensive players they rely on to get on base and drive in runs. Here are the top teams with the highest percentage of Big 3 players that make up the most for their team out of extra base hits, home runs and RBIs. For some teams it’s over 50% and others, those big, high contract players only generate around 30%. The results for the BIG 3 might surprise you. There’s also a bonus BIG 3 of Twitter if you scroll down.

  • Training for a Toughest Mudder with Perforomology and Jason Terry

    How can you train for a race with unexpected obstacles. A race you can prepare for, but can’t control the terrain you’ll be competing on. All terrain mud races have become the newest form of full body, endurance drivin, mental challanges that are trending around the country. Jason Terry is training for the hardest one around. The Toughest Mudder, basically a Tough Mudder wrapped in a 24 hour time clock. In this Perforomology video series presented by Gillette Clear Gel, Jason teaches us how to train for a race that will have you bending, stretching, running and lifting… in mud.

  • Blood and Ice or Words and Nerds?

    ESPN has a contract to broadcast the National Spelling Bee but spends less time covering the NHL, during the freaking playoffs, than the average person takes to use spell check.  That’s right, the self-proclaimed Worldwide Leader in Sports will drop around thirty seconds to tell you who won the Stanley Cup but broadcasts a full TWO HOUR play along version of “the Bee” [Dork Porn]. Bullshit, B-U-L-L-S-H-I-T, Bullshit. There, that’s a sentence that ESPN execs can understand.  Men are doing battle, literally skating on thin ice, risking injury for the glory of the once-in-a-thousand-lifetimes privilege of hoisting the Stanley Cup above their heads knowing their name will be inscribed on its side for the future of mankind to remember them by.  Meanwhile, 281 virgins-to-the-day-they- die are locked in vocab combat trying to remember if ‘misspell’ has two s’ (sp?  Who cares.) I WILL PAY THE BLOOD AND ICE PRICE!  The TV ratings for NHL dictate more coverage.  The NHL is up 18% in overall viewership from last year and just recently set an all time viewing high for NBC Sports Network at a 2.07 rating (previous record was 1.97).  It is the 4th most watched sport in the USA and more »

  • The Top 5 NBA Free Agent Head Coaches

    The NBA Finals are often a great reminder of our love for the game. Much of the offseason conversation usually centers on the superstar free agents. Take last year for example; fans and analysts alike were clamoring about now-Lakers center Dwight Howard’s future destination. A few years back, the Miami Heat mad one of the greatest offseason moves and signed three of the top free agents in a class that was incomparable to any before, which is partly why the team is still playing basketball. But this offseason is different. The hot free agents don’t compare to the Howards or Wades of seasons past. Instead, the focus is placed not on the court itself but along the sidelines, in an empty chair next to the bench. Yes, the hottest free agents in the 2013 offseason may in fact be head coaches. And they deserve the honor this year considering that a handful of these coaches made the playoffs. For one reason or another, the coach and his respective franchise hae decided to part ways, leaving contending teams with loads of potential but very little directions. Like the superstar free agent moves, these head coach signings can and will alter the more »

  • Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man’s Principles for Delicious Living, By Nick Offerman

    The advice we, here at The Roosevelts, would like to think we instill in you everyday, only better… and told by Nick Offerman, the über manly Parks and Rec carpenter turned actor. He, as himself not as Ron Swanson (they’re basically the same person), gives sage advice on how to grow a mustache, woo a lady and cook a delicious steak. A mix of amusing anecdotes, opinionated lessons and rants, sprinkled with offbeat gaiety. His writing is bland and matter of fact with a hint of “I’m just f*cking with you”. We can only hope our sons will  one day grace and provide the internet with a website on high brow man-humor, news and gear called The Offermans or www.FFRMNS.china. Available October 2013. Nothing like preordering a book 5 months in advance. $20

  • Never seen before, A 1994 Steve Jobs Interview on his legacy

    In a never before seen interview with then Silicon Valley Historical Association president, John McLaughlin, talks with Jobs in 1994 on the revolution of Silicon Valley and how it parallels the Renaissance period. Jobs talks bout his legacy and how his work simply paves the way for future technology, instead of living on like a work of art on display forever. teve Jobs was asked to give advice to young entrepreneurs who wanted to go out and start their own businesses. He talks about risk and the willingness to fail, the role of building illegal blue boxes prior to founding Apple Computer, and his philosophy on how to approach life.  

  • Top 5 Least Likely Professional Athletes

    Professional Sports are filled with athletes who are seemingly superhuman— legions veritable physical phenomenon that constantly push the boundaries of human performance. It is often thought that if someone is too slow, too short, or not up to par in terms of strength, that they have no shot at making it into the ranks of professional sports. Often, this is the case—a fact that is brought about when one looks at some of the great athletes who, while being physically gifted, still failed in professional sports: Troy Williamson, Matt Jones, among others. But, this article is the opposite of the aforementioned; who are some of the key players who managed to succeed—or even get playing time—in professional sports despite the fact that they may be seen as below their league’s athletic standard? There will be five athletes—football players and basketball players—who managed to overcome any perceived physical shortcomings and compete admirably in their respective leagues.

  • The Case for Beer (infographic)

    Beer is one of the oldest beverages in humanity and is just now being acclaimed as a healthy drink. The right beer at the right time, served at the perfect temperature can be exactly what you need. Craft beers around the country are using better, more organic ingredients to make their brews and it is becoming more commonplace to consider the beverage a healthier alternative to some of the suger heavy, grocery store soft drinks. This infographic will tell you how to drink it, what kind of beer to pair your foods with and some health facts about everyones favorite recreational drink of choice.

  • David Guetta x Beats by Dre mixr Headphones

    David Guetta partnered up with Beats by Dre for their take on a set of world class headphones. The collaboration has been a year in the making and Guetta seems to be satisfied with the finished product. The set are lightweight, fairly durable and although claim to be some of the loudest and best quality are still fairly affordable. They come in a bevy of neon colors and also their standard black and white, with beautiful red accents Beats do so well. Beats by Dre mixr $245   [Gallery]