Even Ghosts Love Pocket Watches

I stumbled upon this article in the Westminster Chronicle. It deals with a Pimlico Charity Shop named Red Cross Shop in England. They seem to be haunted by a mischievous ghost who is thought to be Alfred Cross, who was a butler when the building was a family house during the Edwardian period. So what […]

The Definitive Guide to Zippo Lighters

Founded in 1932 by George G. Blaisdell in Bradford, Pennsylvania, the Zippo is one of the most iconic brand names in the world and their lighters are known all over the world for reliability and high quality. Over their seven decades of existence, the company has turned out thousands of designs and even manufactured lighters […]

5 Tips To Safe Tailgating

Tailgating is an activity that is All-American in origin and takes placeevery Saturday and Sunday during football season, and some people even tailgate before high school games on Friday nights.  But anytime fire and grills are involved as they often are in tailgating, there is some degree of danger involved.  Read on find out how to […]

A Caveman’s Swiss Army Knife

I came across this product post on Gizmodo about the Caveman’s Swiss Army Knife . I’m not sure if its real or fake but I love it. The author says it best, its great to imagine that a caveman carried his Swiss Army Knife with him where ever he went too. It also reminds me […]

The Definitive Guide to Money Clips

A money clip is a device, most often made from metal, that is used to store cash and/or credit cards in lieu of a wallet, or in addition to one. It’s favored by men who do not want to carry around a bulky wallet and prefer the compact style. They have been around for hundreds […]