Continuing their foray into dressing superstar athletes like average folks and dumping them into the world to surprise unsuspecting members of society, Pepsi MAX disguises NASCAR veteran Jeff Gordon as a minivan-driving soccer dad to give a used car salesman the ride of his life.
When it comes to a Scotch on the rocks, the ice is just as important as the whiskey. That's why the Ice Baller Double has teamed up with The Macallan to create the perfect accompaniment to your drink. Unlike most ice molds that deliver cloudy and imperfect ice, this one uses directional freezing to remove all air bubbles and impurities for crystal-clear spheres. The device also ensures you the ideal size and shape, creating slow-melting ice balls that'll keep your drink colder longer, without watering it down. The special edition is available for a limited time in a sleek matte black package.
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Whether you're closing a deal or cleaning up for a date, Timberland Killington Chukka Boots will keep your feet protected and comfortable this Spring. The upper is made from a combo of full-grain leather and mesh, giving the shoe a rugged/casual look that pairs perfectly with a variety of ensembles covering a multitude of occasions. A cushy insole keeps your feet happy all day long, while the SensorFlex outsole moves with your foot and combines three different layers to deliver additional comfort, support, and outstanding traction on any surface. Available in four handsome colorways.
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In just 14 minutes, catch up on all of the battles and bitch slaps from HBO's Game of Thrones before season three begins March 31, 2013.
Lunar landlord Dennis Hope has been selling property on the moon since 1980. After filing a declaration of ownership with the United Nations, Hope has made roughly 5,740,000 individuals proud owners of their very own piece of outterspace. Although, claiming to own the moon might make him sound a little crazy, and claiming to be in contact with non-Earth based governments makes him sound even crazier, you should be a little envious that you didn't think of it first. Selling around 200 plots per day at $24 a piece, Hope might just be living the galactic dream.