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Emergency

Emergency

Prepare yourself for the worst case scenario with Emergency: This Book Will Save Your Life by Neil Strauss ($10). The result of three years' worth of research, Emergency is filled with potentially life-saving tips that will have you fully prepared to go off the grid if/when the shit really hits the fan.

  • Food Matters

    Sometime around Jan. 1, your girl blamed you for her dwindling wardrobe of clothes that fit and signed up for the latest dieting fad (it involves cayenne or something). Now it's time to exact some vengeance. You're not big or fat. You're just busy; busy with man stuff. Clearly you can't be troubled with silly diets or finger pointing (it'd just cut into your Fallout 3 time anyway). Fortunately, acclaimed New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman has posited in his latest book, Food Matters, a sane eating solution that anyone can follow. If you've been searching for a way to not feel like crap for what you eat (or feeling like crap for what you can't eat), then we strongly recommend checking out Bittman's latest culinary opus.

  • Ocean: An Illustrated Atlas

    If all the ocean portions of Planet Earth did was whet your appetite for more water-related info, pick up a copy of Ocean: An Illustrated Atlas ($41). This 350+ page National Geographic tome is filled with information on our seas, including points of interest, little known facts, new full-spread maps of the ocean floor, and full-color photographs and diagrams revealing life under the sea like never before.