A glimpse inside his mind of athlete and artist Mickey Smith in his Vimeo Award-winning action sports film.
Jurjen Versteeg's Vimeo Award-winning motion graphic tells the history of the title sequence through his own title sequence.
It's time to make your underwear a priority and stop reaching for those worn out boxers that are uncomfortable and annoying. Tommy John Second Skin can give your underwear drawer the update it needs by trading in traditional cotton for an incredibly soft modal fabric made from natural beechwood fibers. It provides a 360-degree stretch which means it won't ride or bunch up and will almost feel like you're wearing nothing at all. A contour pouch provides comfortable support where you need it most without bunching or pinching, and the horizontal Quick Draw Fly makes a trip to the bathroom faster than normal. Available in several styles, and sold individually or in sets.
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You know you should take vitamins, but figuring out what supplements to take is tough when the vitamin aisle offers shelf after shelf of often mysterious substances. Care/of, is taking out the guesswork and endless Goole searches by offering the convenience of personalized supplements delivered to your home. All you have to do is take a quick survey that asks you questions about your diet, exercise, lifestyle, and other habits, and they'll come up with a pack of high-quality vitamins and supplements that meet your needs. Those include everything from the basic Calcium and Vitamin C to Rhodiola or Bacopa, specialty botanical supplements that help with stress and focus. They arrive already sorted in handy, travel-friendly daily packs that can be thrown in your bag or desk, ensuring your vitamins are always on hand. The fact that they also cost less than what you'd pay at the health food store is just a bonus.
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When Chuck Norris is Chuck Norris, don't get in his way.
Scale buildings like a vacum-cleaning Spiderman with this suctioning backpack. The Personal Vacuum Assisted Climber was created by Utah State University's Ascending Aggies and was the winning device in the Air Force Research Laboratory Design Challenge. Not exactly stealth, but maybe after a few tweaks using their $100,000 prize money, the PVAC will be ready for covert ops before you know it.