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  • Take A Balloon Ride To Near Space For Just $75,000

    Are you upset because you don’t think you can get the $250,000 necessary for a Virgin Galactic flight into space? Don’t worry, you pathetically poor creature, for you can go to near space for a fraction of the cost. At the low price of $75,000 a ticket, you and all your friends will soon be ballooning 19 miles above the Earth. You can afford that at least, can’t you?

  • Nick Offerman’s Great Moments in Moustache History [Video]

    Just in time for Movember, moustachioed superstar Nick Offerman presents us with these great moments in moustache history. Learn all about such hairy faced luminaries as plumber brothers Mario and Luigi, Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, and our very own namesake, Teddy Roosevelt. After watching, man up and grow some hair on that unbecomingly smooth, baby face of yours. It’s for a good cause!

  • Any Good Bachelor Has A Pad In The Hollywood Hills [17 Photos]

    $36 million is the amount Americans donated towards Congressional elections last month. It is the amount that Frontier Airlines just sold for. It is the amount “Battle: Los Angeles” made opening weekend. It’s also just happens to be how much it will cost you for this 6 bedroom, 10 bathroom house in Beverly Hills. It seems like a lot of money until you realize that the house comes with that awesome James Bond Blu-ray pictured onscreen in the theater. Oh, and there’s a Zen rock garden, too. That’s probably worth $10 million right there.

  • 10 Fighter Jets Flying Low And Fast [10 Videos]

    Once one of those really big RC planes flew what I felt was too close to me (but was probably more than a safe distance away) and I screamed like a little girl. After watching these 10 videos, I worry about how many pairs of pants I’d go through seeing each of these in person. Just look at the dude standing under the Mirage F1! I am neither that stupid nor that brave.

  • Hot Twins and Kimmel Prank His Office Security Guard

    Kimmel put the popular WWE wrestling duo The Bella Twins in identical outfits so they could mess with Adelina, Kimmel’s personal office security guard, who was supposed to be guarding Jimmy’s office. The twins go back and fourth sneaking up to Jimmy’s office, acting like ‘swimfan’ super-fans who just can’t get enough of Jimmy.

  • Omega Seamaster Bullhead Chronograph

    Omega recently rereleased their 1969 Bullhead Chronograph, a unique style time piece with it’s crown sitting at 12 o’clock high on the case, in between a set of chronograph actuators (hence “Bullhead” ). The second crown hangs low and alone at the 6 o’clock mark used to rotate the internal bezel. As far as details go, the new Bullhead stays true to it’s original shape, but beefed up fit contemporary standards.

  • Insane GoPro Video Of Backflip At Red Bull Rampage

    Last week we shared the highlights from Red Bull Rampage 2013 and it was an amazing video in its own right, but now you can watch the action from New Zealander Kelly McGarry’s point of view when he did a backflip over a 72-foot canyon, all thanks to his helmet-mounted GoPro camera. YouTube user Ankit Mn sums up our thoughts perfectly when he states “I hope the bicycle seat was big enough for the size of his balls.” We all do, Ankit Mn, we all do.

  • NYC Subways In The 1980s Were No Joke [47 Photos]

    The New York City subway in the 80s was a completely different experience than what we have today. Apparently riders often engaged in some sort of archaic wall-writing art form called graffiti that would cover entire cars. And get this: people didn’t read e-books on their Kindles or tablets, they actually used paper newspapers! And the crime was almost as bad as depicted in The Warriors and Deathwish (1 AND 3). These days all you really have to worry about is sitting in the occasional pee puddle in the last car late at night. Progress!

  • 24 of the Best Adventure Trips to take Right Now

    Whether you want to travel around the globe chasing adventure like a wild rabbit or stay domestic venturing off into the beautiful scenery this fine country has to offer, there’s a big world out there tailored to the adventure seekers of the world. Mens Journal released 24 of the best adventures trips to go on right now. Here are a few to wet your palette. Hike St. Lucia’s Piton Mountains Airborne Kenyan Safari Sail and Surf Tortola, St. Thomas Descend down Colorado’s Black Canyon for some Trout Shark Dive Rangiroa’s  Tiputa Pass Check out the Full List at Mens Journal

  • Peyton Manning’s Papa Johns Are Raking In Dough

    Peyton Manning can do no wrong these days. He bought up 21 Papa John’s stores in the Denver area last year and they’ve all seen an increase in business. Thousands of dollars a day, in fact. This is great news for Eli. Maybe Peyton can get him a job at one of the stores after this season. 

  • Fantastical Fictive Beer from Your Favorite Movies, Books and TV Shows (Infographic)

    This insanely detailed infographic, by Pop Chart Labs on fictional beers from around pop culture features selection of 74 beers from some of the greatest movies, books, and TV shows. The poster isn’t only accurate, but incredibly nostalgic bringing back memories from the days when a less creepy and more rotund Drew Carey used to swig back Buzz Beer in Cleveland or the days when Dave Cheppelle wasn’t crazy and used to do renditions of Samuel Jackson’s Mother F*cking Beer, It’ll get you drunk.

  • 37 Reason Why Sports Illustrated South Africa’s 2013 Swimsuit Issue Is Better In GIF Form

    The 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit South Africa issue is on new stands across the Southern Hemisphere today. The issue features RSVLTS regulars like Genevieve Morton and Catrinel Menghia and some names you might not know, yet. We took the liberty to convert some of the hottest clips from the behind the scenes videos from the shoots into GIFs that you can watch on loop for hours.

  • Ylvis Is Back With An Ode To Massachusetts [Video]

    Ylvis, the Norwegian trio that had us all asking “what does the fox say” so long ago (in internet time, of course), is back with a confusing song about that “paradise on Earth,” Massachusetts. I get that it makes fun of all those lame, patriotic, everything in America is great type of songs, but what’s with all the gay jokes at the end?

  • Heineken Sub Home Tabletop Beer Cooler

    Heineken has announced their newest beer delivery system innovation and it looks pretty damn cool. The SUB holds 2 liters of beer at a time in a canister called a Torp (keep backups your fridge!) then “superchills” it for an unmatched draft experience. And you can mail order Torps in many different brands of beer, not just Heineken. The device will be available first in France and Italy, but you can keep up with release info on The SUB website. This will undoubtedly be a mancave essential as soon as we can get our hands on one in America.

  • 6 Concerts At Roseland Ballroom You Can Watch Without Getting Off Your Ass

    Yesterday came the announcement that New York City’s Roseland Ballroom will shut down next year and you are undoubtedly broken up about this, especially since you never got around to actually seeing a show there in the 90 years it has existed. Well you’re in luck, you lazy bum. Light an ecandle (it’s a thing,sadly) to thank the internet gods then head on over to YouTube where you can watch or listen to plenty of shows from the Roseland Ballroom over the years. To save you the trouble of sifting through the Linkin Park shows or 4-hour-long Phish performances, we present to you these six essential concerts that’ll make you feel just fine about never experiencing anything in real life. 

  • The Smartest Players in the NFL (Infographic)

    Regardless of the position, proof of intelligence plays a profound role in the success of every individual on a team. It’s not enough to have physical ability. Players have to be smart and think quickly to succeed on the field. A Wonderlic test is a group intelligence test used to assess the aptitude of prospective employees for learning and problem-solving in a range of occupations. In the NFL all players are given 50 questions to determine how smart their player ability is. Say what you want about Eli, but the guy is smart as a tac. Interestingly enough Alex Smith, quarterback of the undefeated Chiefs, is the second smartest quarterback according to this score, but his team is ranked dead last on the chart.

  • Inside the New Manhattan NFL Office

    Ted Moudis Associates worked with the NFL to create a new headquarters at 345 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan. The result, a modern, sleek looking office with the right identify the NFL brand wants to personify. “One of the NFL’s most important goals for the project was to carry its strong brand identity throughout the design. Our team worked closely with the NFL’s Creative Group to develop a design that celebrated the NFL Brand while providing the organization with an amazing workplace.” Office Snapshots and Eric Laignel show us around their new digs.

  • If Beer Ads Were Honest [Video]

    Is it sad that despite all of the negative things about beer in this “honest ad” from Cracked, it still made me want to drink? I guess it doesn’t matter what a beer commercial has to say, as long as they actually show a beer, I’m sold!

  • The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining

    A new generation of urban bootleggers is distilling whiskey at home, and cocktail enthusiasts have embraced the nuances of brown liquors. Written by the founders of Kings County Distillery, New York City’s first distillery since Prohibition, this spirited illustrated book explores America’s age-old love affair with whiskey. It begins with chapters on whiskey’s history and culture from 1640 to today, when the DIY trend and the classic cocktail craze have conspired to make it the next big thing. For those thirsty for practical information, the book next provides a detailed, easy-to-follow guide to safe home distilling, complete with a list of supplies, step-by-step instructions, and helpful pictures, anecdotes, and tips. The final section focuses on the contemporary whiskey scene, featuring a list of microdistillers, cocktail and food recipes from the country’s hottest mixologists and chefs, and an opinionated guide to building your own whiskey collection. Guide to Urban Moonshining $16

  • The Matrix In Real Life [Video]

    Yesterday we featured Indiana Jones in Real Life from New York’s Improv Everywhere and today they have released their take on The Matrix. Filmed entirely inside of Macy’s, watch a sad Neo in his futile attempt at finding a “man dress” until an army of Agent Smiths arrive, leading to an epic slow motion fight. Inside Macy’s. Full of customers and employees. And let’s hear it for the employees for simply enjoying the show and not losing it on the performers and bringing security into the mix.

  • Rock Stars Who Dress Like Old Women

    Rock  Stars have been dressing with a little bit of feminine flair since the 80′s, but now that some of these aging rock-stars are reaching their twilight era they can easily be confused with old women.  Their fluffy, flowing hair, crinkly and burnt from countless blow drying, animal print scarves blowing in the wind and sequined blazers might only be lacking a touch too much of rouge perfume to be completely synonymous with elderly women, but it seems they just can’t give it up. Here are a few rock legends that you might confuse for an elderly lady.

  • Badass Tribeca Bachelor Pad With A Hot Tub

    Hey rich people, before you throw all your money at the Twitter IPO next month, take a look at this Tribeca penthouse, a steal at just $6 million. You get 3 bedrooms, a  private elevator entrance, a balcony, and a green rooftop terrace. Perfect for parties, the terrace has an in-ground jacuzzi, and lounge seating from which your guests can take in the awesome view. Just make sure to invite us to the housewarming, since we helped you find the place. Don’t worry, we’re not bums, we’ll bring a six-pack (domestic).

  • Drew Struzan: The Greatest Movie Poster Artist In Hollywood History [17 Photos]

    Remember when movie posters weren’t indistinguishable, photoshopped garbage, relying heavily on orange/blue contrast and lens flares? In the dark ages of the 80s, we relied on actual artists to make movie posters with stuff called paint and brushes. And Drew Struzan was the king of the medium. Every 80s kid is familiar with his Indiana Jones and Back to the Future posters and even 90s kids recognize his Hook promo. Since movie studios have gone the cheap photoshop route, he’s found work in comic books and Franklin Mint collectible plates (you might find a Struzan on Grandma’s wall!), but we’ll always remember him for his work for film and here are some of his greatest works.

  • NEIGHBORHOOD x Converse First String 2013 Holiday Collection

    The NEIGHBORHOOD and Converse collaborate for the first time to release their First String line that features the Jack Purcell Johnny Mid and the All Star Chuck ’70 Ox. Both are featured in premium quality witha woven checkered heel, premium leather and suede. The release is set to hit stores beginning on Friday, October 25 at Union in Los Angeles and El Garito de Converse in Madrid and a day later on the 26th at HOODS in Hong Kong. Select Converse First String retailers across the globe will release on Friday, November 1. $120

  • All Aboard The Swedish Ship Götheborg [13 Photos]

    How would you like to quit your boring office job for life at sea aboard a replica of an 18th century wooden sailing vessel? Is the lack of internet and abundance of pirates worth not having to put up with traffic or that guy who makes that whistling noise every time he exhales who sits in the cubicle next to you? Imgur user dwickedman thinks so. He quit his job to join the crew of 80 men and this year sailed for five months, covering 10,000 nautical miles. He shared these incredible photos and we salute him for having the balls to do something we’ve all dreamt of.