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Gentleman

Member since February 13, 2012

About Gentleman

I am a Search Engine Optimization Specialist for OuterBox Solutions. I am an avid golfer, enjoy Texas hold 'em poker and Fantasy Football. I have been married for 15 years and we have 3 wonderful sons.

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Gears Wine Bottle Rack - A Man's Wine Rack

Gears Wine Bottle Rack - A Man's Wine Rack

Pretty cool if you need something more manly to hold your wine in the proper storing position. There is also a single bottle holder available.

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Champagne Tips - How to Chill, Open and Serve a Bottle of Champagne

Champagne Tips - How to Chill, Open and Serve a Bottle of Champagne

Very important information to know if you don't want to look uncool or uncouth.

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How to Make the Perfect Martini

How to Make the Perfect Martini

Every man should know this. There is an art to making the Martini. Separate yourself from the posers. While you're doing this, puffing on a pipe and wearing a smoking jacket also adds a nice touch. Monocle is optional.

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OK Go - The Writing's On the Wall - Official Video

OK Go - The Writing's On the Wall - Official Video

Amazing music video. One of most creative you will ever see.

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The MG Magnette Z Series

The MG Magnette Z Series

The MG Magnette Z Series - When series production began, the Magnette was quite unlike other MG’s of the time, cars that looked as though the clock had been turned back to the 1930′s. Find out more in this article.

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A Look at Flavored Vodkas

A Look at Flavored Vodkas

When you want something a little different... even bacon flavored!

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Why Does Wine Give Me a Headache?

Why Does Wine Give Me a Headache?

It's not necessarily because you drank 4 bottles last night.

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5 Iconic Movie Scenes That Were Actually Fake

5 Iconic Movie Scenes That Were Actually Fake

If you love parody this site is for you.

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The MG MGA

The MG MGA

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Semper Virilis: A Roadmap to Manhood in the 21st Century | The Art of Manliness

Semper Virilis: A Roadmap to Manhood in the 21st Century | The Art of Manliness

More than a simple blog post, it's long but worth every minute of time to go over.

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Building a Wine Cellar - What to Consider When Putting a Wine Cellar in Your Home

Building a Wine Cellar - What to Consider When Putting a Wine Cellar in Your Home

If you have ever wanted to have a wine cellar in your home there are several things to consider before starting construction. It really needs to be done right to avoid disastrous results. Check out this article to get started on the right track.

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Bricklin, the Safety Sports Car

Bricklin, the Safety Sports Car

Was Malcolm Bricklin a visionary entrepreneur or just a character with oddball ideas and a few million bucks to play with? We’ve never met the man but evidence suggests a mixture of both. Learn about the man and check out the photos of the Bricklin SV-1 sports car in ...

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The Many Origins of the Martini

The Many Origins of the Martini

It had to start somewhere but nobody really knows when the Martini was first concocted. Read the different theories here.

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Great Summertime Cocktail Recipes For When You Want Something Other Than a Beer

Great Summertime Cocktail Recipes For When You Want Something Other Than a Beer

Or something you can make for the lady in your life

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Halcyon Goggles MK9 Antique Unpolished Brass

Halcyon Goggles MK9 Antique Unpolished Brass

Perfect for fighting the Red Baron or for when you're riding your motorcycle I guess. That would work too.

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Creating a Positive Family Culture: How to Get the Most Out of Family Dinners | The Art of Manliness

Creating a Positive Family Culture: How to Get the Most Out of Family Dinners | The Art of Manliness

When was the last time the whole family sat down and had dinner together? How many times a week do you eat dinner with the whole family?

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The Chrysler Airflow  – A Car Ahead of Its Time

The Chrysler Airflow – A Car Ahead of Its Time

One of the first cars designed that took aerodynamics into consideration. Orville Wright actually had a part in the development process. Very interesting read.

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Custom 1967 Triumph TR6R

Custom 1967 Triumph TR6R

Home-built 1967 Triumph TR6R complete with David Bird hardtail.

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Personalized Barware

Personalized Barware

Do you or someone you know have their own home bar? Here is the perfect addition. Personalized barware. Makes a great gift.

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Setting Up Your Own Retro Bar

Setting Up Your Own Retro Bar

One of the most in depth articles you'll ever see on creating your own retro / vintage bar. Complete with dozens of pictures of retro bars, barware and glasses. Go back in time to the days when bars oozed coolness. From the 30's to the 50's, from Art ...

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1972 Triumph Bonneville

1972 Triumph Bonneville

1972 Triumph Bonneville from Pensacola, Florida...

"It was fun to build and a blast to ride! I cant wait to start another build."

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'74 Yamaha XS650 Chopper

'74 Yamaha XS650 Chopper

"It ended up being a father son project. My dad had lots of tools and a really nice bike lift I didn't have to go buy, so I asked him if he wanted to help out and it kinda took on a life of its own."

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How to Deal With Stuck Fermentation when Homebrewing

How to Deal With Stuck Fermentation when Homebrewing

Fermentation is said to be stuck when primary fermentation slows and stops well before the intended final gravity. For example, a batch of Pale Ale starts out at a gravity of 1.056 that quits fermenting at 1.026. This is way too high. You'd expect it to finish ...

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Should You Maintain, Restore, or Modify your Classic Car?

Should You Maintain, Restore, or Modify your Classic Car?

There's a never-ending argument going on regarding the proper way to maintain a vintage car. One side insists that collector cars should be kept in "as is" condition, assuming the car is relatively clean and drivable.

Another prefers that the vehicle be stripped and rebuilt from the frame up ...

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Wheat Beers - A Look at the History and Types of Wheat Beer

Wheat Beers - A Look at the History and Types of Wheat Beer

The Bavarian style of Germany is typically considered the origin of the modern wheat beer. Learn how to tell your Weizens from your Dunkelweizens in this article at the origins and types of wheat beer.

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What is Mead - Making Honey Wine - Recipes and How to Make Honey Mead

What is Mead - Making Honey Wine - Recipes and How to Make Honey Mead

Mead (often called "honey-wine") is an ancient alcoholic beverage made by fermenting a mixture of honey and water. It is considered by many to be the earliest fermented beverage ever created. Find Mead making tips and recipes in this article.

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22 Amazing Sculptures Made With Hubcaps

22 Amazing Sculptures Made With Hubcaps

Very cool sculptures. Wouldn't mind having one of these in my man cave.

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The Crosley – Simple, Cheap, and Fun

The Crosley – Simple, Cheap, and Fun

In 1940 if you wanted to buy a Crosley, you went to your local hardware store not a car dealer. Hand over $210, wait a few weeks, and a shiny new Crosley would appear in your driveway.

The Crosley was the invention of Powel Crosley Jr. a man famous for ...

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A Look at the Early Generations of the Ford Thunderbird - 1955 to 1966

A Look at the Early Generations of the Ford Thunderbird - 1955 to 1966

Ford Thunderbirds… for 50 years the bodies may have changed, but the idea and the name has remained faithful to the original. One of the pioneers of the “personal luxury car” the T-Bird, as it is commonly called, still sets standards for others to follow.

Which one is your favorite ...

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Tips on How to Photograph Your Dog

Tips on How to Photograph Your Dog

Dogs are a lot like small children -- to get great photos you need lots of patience and ample rewards for your subject. Most animals, particularly dogs, have distinct personalities. A successful photograph is one that captures the animal's mood and personality -- it will rarely be posed, but rather a ...

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A Look at the Cord 810/812

A Look at the Cord 810/812

The Cord 810/812 is one of the most beautiful production automobiles ever made in America. Designed by Gordon Buehrig, the Cord was technically advanced for its time.

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The History of Hubcaps

The History of Hubcaps

In present times, the hubcap, or wheel cover, serves a mainly decorative purpose but in the beginnings of the automobile, they served a very necessary function. Find out what here...

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Business Dining Etiquette and Helpful Tips

Business Dining Etiquette and Helpful Tips

You may need to take clients out to lunch or dinner, and entertain socially in restaurants. How can you be sure to get the best service? What do you tip? Who picks up the bill? Find out here.

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Pacific Northwest Themed Yamaha XS650 Chopper

Pacific Northwest Themed Yamaha XS650 Chopper

One hell of a cool bike

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Duo-Fast DFCR175C Cordless Gas Powered Roofing Nail Gun

Duo-Fast DFCR175C Cordless Gas Powered Roofing Nail Gun

The Ferrari of roofing nail guns. The world's first fuel powered cordless roofing nailer.

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The 1948 Tucker Torpedo

The 1948 Tucker Torpedo

The 1988 movie "Tucker: The Man and His Dream", introduced millions of people to Preston Tucker and his unusual car, the Tucker Torpedo 48.

True car collectors and appreciators have always known about this 1948 "Tin Goose" a car called "ahead of its time" by many and now highly sought-after ...

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The Great Chicago Race of 1895

The Great Chicago Race of 1895

Thanksgiving Day, 1895, arrives -- race day. The streets of Chicago are covered with four to six inches of heavy snow. Cars entered in the race have either broken down or are unable to make their way through the snow to the starting line. A shivering crowd of spectators line the ...

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