How to Smoke the Competition in Fantasy Football

Reading Time: 3 minutes Fantasy football has grown from a diversion invented in an Oakland hotel room in the 1960's, to an obsession played by over 20 million people annually

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Become an English Soccer Expert

Reading Time: 5 minutes Becoming an English football fan can be a long road, but it's ultimately worth it.

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Wicked Cool Shit – a Cigar Advisor Buying Guide (August 2013)

Reading Time: 5 minutes What happens when you take all the filters off your search engine, and just plug in “awesome”? You get an assortment of items like our Wicked Cool Shit

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Tips for Better Speaking to an Audience

So, I'm driving to work one day, and I'm listening to talk-radio. The host (who has been on the air...
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How to Fold an American Flag

If you were a Boy Scout or served in the U.S. Armed Forces, you learned how to fold an American...
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Darkness on the Edge of Town

Reading Time: 5 minutes Scott Alexander take us on a journey to the dark side of the Internet. He gives a detailed description of what happens on the side of the Intenet not easily accessed by the typical web user, and the types of technology used to get there. He further explains that while this technology opens the door for many less-than-savvy activities, the freedom of information required by the times we live in is essential to our continued freedom of expression.

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Best Baseball Stadiums For Food & Beer

Reading Time: 4 minutes Zack Barangan takes you on a road trip around the country to find the best in Major League Baseball ballpark food and drink. We eat crabcakes in Baltimore at Oriole Park, drink beer and watch Sausage Races at Miller Park in Milwaukee, have steaks and shakes at Citi Field in Flushing Meadows, and enjoy some Cuban Sandwiches at Marlins Park in Miami. You’ll get the inside scoop on which ballparks you won’t want to miss on your athletic and gastrointestinal journey around Major League Baseball.

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Cigar Factory Tours You Haven’t Lived Until You’ve Taken The Journey

Reading Time: 10 minutes Cigars might be a big part of your everyday lifestyle, but for-shame on you if you have never visited a cigar producing nation and taken an official cigar factory tour. You may “think” you know all about your favorite pastime, but until you have walked the fields and factory floors, then consider yourself a mere tobacco virgin. Here we take a look at some of the top cigar manufacturers who offer the chance of a lifetime to “walk the walk”, giving you the up close and personal, first-hand experience to see, touch, taste, and smell the real-life goings in a cigar company.

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The MANual: Nuts and Bolts of the Hardware Store

Reading Time: 5 minutes It doesn't matter if you're swinging by to have a key cut, or loading a trailer full of 2-by-4s – the hardware store is our Candyland. But where you go matters to your project: is it the selection and shininess available in a big-box store? Or is it that old-world feel and advice from your local shop that's been there forever? Go inside each as The MANual advises: because, after all, a good carpenter never blames his tools.

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Big Wheels Keep on Burnin’

Reading Time: 3 minutes Tommy ZMan goes behind the scenes of one of the most interesting cult phenenomenons of our time, the Big Wheel Open-Class Invitational race. He details the history of the event, it’s founder Johnny “Spazz” Spazzofski, the dangers and triumphs of the event, and what the future holds for this iconic race.

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