This beastly looking Retro Fighter, dubbed Iron Fist by Macco Motors ($NFS) was once just a stored page in history. But it's original owner couldn't quite bear to part with it and so handed it over into the capable hands of Macco Motors. One of their biggest challenges soon became one of their biggest triumphs after more than just a few months of painstaking hard work and dedication. Completely reconstructed this once lifeless Suzuki Katana has been given a new lease on life.
Jon has been around fashion for awhile now and is kicking off his brand with the Buscemi 100mm Sneaker Black ($865). Now to start, just like the Nike Air Yeezy 2 Red Octobers, these are not everyday wear shoes. You spend almost a grand for some kicks you'll want to take them out on special occasions. The Buscemi 100mm's are handcrafted in Civitanove, Italy with calfskin leather and a Vachetta liner and footbed. The hardware on these are plated with 18k gold and come with a fully functional lock. The whole kit sits on a Magrom outsole and are ready for purchase now from Kith.
When you're going camping or planning to be out and about for any extended period of time, you'll want to make sure you're prepared for any problem. The Z.A.P.S. Survival Grenade ($70) is the ultimate wilderness survival kit that includes everything you need. It has: 1 steel shackle, 1 Load bearing (350 Lb max) Spring clip, 1 Compass, 1 Wire saw, 3 Ready-made wire snares, 1 Ferro cerium fire-starter with striker, 3 Pieces of tinder, 30' fishing line (50 Lb), 3 Fish hooks, 6 Sinkers, 2 Barrel swivels, 1 Knife blade, 1 Sheet aluminum foil, 1 - 1 Gallon Ziploc bag for carrying water, 3 Stormproof matches and match striker, 1 Large needle for small repairs/suturing, 20' Black thread, 6 Water purification tablets with instructions, 1 Whistle, 45' 550 Paracord, duct tape, and 1 - laminated Z.A.P.S. Gear Survival Grenade User's Guide.
Far from being yet just another great Southern chef, John Currence is a James Beard award winner and Oxford, Mississippi's number one ambassador. In this, his book Pickles, Pigs & Whiskey: Recipes from My Three Favorite Food Groups and Then Some ($24), John has shared his fancy yet rugged style of cooking through 130 new and delicious recipes, music pairings, colorful personal tales and some quite stunning photography. Chef Currence would much rather stick you in the mouth with his fabulous flavors that poke you in the eye with an over elaborate decoration. The recipes in this book are separated into 10 techniques including boiling and simmering, slathering, pickling and canning, roasting and braising, muddling and stirring, brining and smoking, baking and spinning and many other.
If you're not inspired by this post game interview you just might be dead. With all of the crime and abuse going on with professional athletes, it warms the heart to see a younger generation taking on a positive message. The players name is Apollos Hester he plays for East View High School in Texas. The interview, by TWC News Austin reporter Lauren Mickler, comes after a 1 point victory over Vadegrift.
A little bit ago we did a write-up on the Tile App ($25) and it was a big hit. Well we just got one in our little hands this article will review our experience with this little device.To get started lets review exactly what the Tile is. It's a small 1 3/8", well tile, that you can attach to personal items to track them if they get lost. You can either clip Tile through a key ring or use the provided adhesive. Simple enough.Getting started is simple as well. Just attach the Tile to whatever you're tracking and download the app to your Apple or Android device via their Tile App url.Once the App is installed you create an account using an email, and add the tile by pressing the 'e' on the Tile and placing it on your device.Once you're connected you can add a picture to identify your Tile, and you're good to go.I ran a quick test by having my daughter hide the Tile in the house. The App immediately noticed that it was in range and I could hear the tile making a notification sound even though It was a level below me. I was surprised at how loud the actual sound was. The fact I can hear it through the entire house is a definite bonus.So this got me thinking of all the things I've lost over the years that I could have easily found again if only I'd had a tile.