Since prom season is just right around the corner, why not surprise her with an Original Recipe, Crispy or Grilled chicken corsage from KFC? Bahahaha!!! DF*
Hmmm...I think the Liam Neeson GPS at the end would be more fun. DF*
How'd I miss the release of this yesterday? I need one.
Riding the city streets is a joy, until you get thirsty. Really thirsty. To combat such thirst, we partnered with friend and local manufacturer, Anchor Brewing, to develop this highly technical, exceptionally practical, keg backpack. Designed to fit an entire keg of Anchor Steam beer, the Dehydration backpack enables you to BYOB (and stay hydrated) everywhere. Featuring a ventilated back panel and airmesh backpack straps for a breezy, comfy carry, the Dehydration pack critically offers easy tap access for on-the-go top-ups. Ride it to the park, stick it in your fridge, carry-on (empty) the plane. The Dehydration Backpack is the sophisticated keg carting solution you've been thirsting for. Keg sold separately.
Although I am not much of a wine drinker I really think this underground wine cellar with automatic retractable trap door is really cool. Surely an item that I will have in my mansion when I hit the lottery. DF*
Not sure where I'd put this but I know I need it. The luxury Swimspa Luxema offers a very unusual and unique design. It combines a swimming area with a hot tub - and offers plus an extra large LCD TV with DVD drive and pop-up speakers. Another outstanding feature is also the pool depth of the pool area with a proud 1.48 meters! This depth is made possible by the unusual shape of the Luxemas, who is the only Swim Spa has a spa tub and swimming pool at different heights. In the swimming area are very powerful jets that regulate both the strength of the water flow, and the direction, perfect for all people from children to powerful swimmers. The Luxema Swimspa is THE Swim Spa for all those who love the luxury! DF*
The Decked system lets you store your work or play stuff. Made of HDPE plastic that gives you massive bed-length lockable storage drawers, each capable of holding 200-pounds while still giving you full-time use of the truck bed. If you have a truck you need this. Pretty sure I'd fill all of the drawers with beer. DF*
Whether it be a government uprising, economic breakdown, natural disaster, or a the zombie apocalypse you are going to need to be prepared one day to get out and go real fast. Now I'm not a survivalist freak but I don't think it would hurt to have the stuff above available and ready to go just in case.
Below is from Wikipedia-
The primary purpose of a bug-out bag is to allow one to evacuate quickly if a disaster should strike. It is therefore prudent to gather all of the materials and supplies that might be required to do this into a single place, such as a bag or a few storage containers. The recommendation that a bug-out bag contain enough supplies for seventy-two hours arises from advice from organizations responsible for disaster relief and management that it may take them up to seventy-two hours to reach people affected by a disaster and offer help. The bag's contents may vary according to the region of the user, as someone evacuating from the path of a hurricane may have different supplies from someone who lives in an area prone to tornadoes or wildfires.
In addition to allowing one to survive a disaster evacuation, a bug-out bag may also be used when sheltering in place as a response to emergencies such as house fires, blackouts, tornadoes, and other severe natural disasters.
Get smart and be prepared. DF*
Something really cool for you to work on this week for next weekend. My suggestion is to drive around the alleys of Denver and find an old washing machine, deconstruct and build this awesome fire pit. Sure you may need some welding skills but I think you can get away with another clever way to left it off the ground. DF*