Ever wish you could wear your messenger bag like a backpack or visa versa? Now you can with the Carter Duffle Bag ($260) from Property of. This bag can be worn as a traditional backpack or across your body. It's made from crunchy coated cotton that has a distressed wash finish to give it that weathered and worn appearance. The zippers are heavy duty YKK and leather accents finish the bag. Whether it's an outing to the gym or a weekend adventure the Carter Duffle will fit the bill.
If you want to buy one of the must iconic vehicles around you have to hurry. VW will end production of the Volkswagen Microbus Kombi Last Edition ($36,00) after this next run due to updated safety regulations. The Microbus was originally introduced in Germany over 60 years ago and now Brazil is the only and last country still producing the vehicle. This last run will only see 600 of the vehicles produced, and each will feature a rear mounted 1.4-liter flex-fuel 78 HP engine, a two-toned paint job, curtains throughout the cabin, white wall tires, and a two-toned vinyl upholstery. But not to worry the retro van also comes with some modern touches including an iPod compatible MP3 sound system. Check out additional pictures after the break.(more…)
For those millions of fans of The Walking Dead on AMC, Max Brooks and anything zombie related, those clever guys behind Fifty Shades of Chicken are back, with The Snacking Dead ($14), this new parody strewn cookbook that is packed with snacks for all occasions, tips for those who cooking under duress, and woven in between is a love story that will warm your heart. All this is accompanied by some awesome food photography that will have you salivating. Pam Beaumont is at the heart of this book, and we join her on her quest to fight the dead while feeding the living. This apocalypse ain't no picnic, but Pam survives on quick snacks and bites and her love for Daryl, the the badass from the backwoods who wages war with a crossbow and reminds her that a a woman can have an appetite for more than food.....
The Hillside Backpack by George Guest ($265) is unique to say the least. It features a roll top that makes it functional for everyday needs, and is equipped with side access pockets and an organizational front pocket with a sleeve for a notebook and pen to carry those items you need to retrieve quickly. The bag is constructed if 18 oz duck canvas, and has a full-grain leather base and trim. The internal pocket can carry up to a 17" laptop.
Imagine you are a cadet in a military school and discover that a condo developer wants to demolish it and build on top of it, this is the dilemma facing the proud cadets in Taps ($9). Based on the book by Devery Freeman, directed by Harold Becker and starring George C Scott, Timothy Hutton, Tom Cruise and Ronny Cox, this is a great guy movie as we see the dedication and fierce pride of the cadets as they fight for the life of their academy. Heartwarming and thought provoking, anyone with a cinch of national pride will love Taps. Plus you get to see Tom Cruise loose it in a great machine gun scene.
Drake has just dropped another video and now you can Watch Drake's "Hotline Bling" ($FREE) on Muted. In a recent interview with Fader he said the song is based on the concept of taking a single beat from a popular song, in this case, D.R.A.M.s "Cha Cha", and putting his spin on it. This is the "modern-rap equivalent to a dancehall artist recording their spin on a hot riddim."But the question is, how does this sort of sampling sit with the original artist? The latest tweet from D.R.A.M suggests, not very well.
Yeah, I feel I got jacked for my record...But I’m GOOD.— D.R.A.M. not DRAM (@ONLY1DRAM) October 20, 2015