It's always fascinating to watch a news anchor drop her clothes while she's on the air; it's even more impressive when she doesn't skip a beat in her script while she strips.
YouTube channel What’s Inside? specializes in cutting things in half to see what delicious fillings live inside the hard candy shells of everyday objects. Their mission to cut open an 8-pound shot put ball hits a few speed bumps along the way, but they won’t be deterred.
Confessions of a work-averse workaholic. The post The Work I Dread appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Ali Baba Lights creates custom rooms from blocks of natural Himalayan salt, lit with LEDs to produce stunning and relaxing environments, that are said to produce negative ions to improve air quality. They also sell smaller lights which are much more affordable.
A generation of minority youngsters is suffering unjust criminalization as a result of the obscene practice of "Stop and Frisk." The post “Stop and Frisk” is Institutionalized Police Racism appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Dr. Andrew Smiler lists some of the factors that mass shooters have in common. Another week, another mass killing. This time, at Unpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. Here in the US, we’ve had shootings in churches, movie theatres, at all types of schools (elementary, high school, colleges), and even military bases. Show More Summary
When you think of recycling, the materials that come to mind are paper, plastic and metals. But thanks to Phoenix Fibers and Bonded Logic, denim jeans and cotton clothing can now be transformed into insulation and acoustic panels for homes and buildings.
Too few men know about the key to permanently overcome their sexual performance issues. The post Why Your Sexual Performance Issues Have Nothing to do With Your Sexual Performance appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Eccentric director Stanley Kubrick's rendition of Stephen King's "The Shining" came out in 1980 — and we're still learning facts about it more than 30 years later.
This driver in Kemerovo, Russia appears to lack the basic skills required to pull out of even the most basic of parking spaces in the smallest of cars. We can only imagine the carnage he left along the side of the road on his way home. (Thanks Robert!)
Outlier’s update to its lightweight rolltop duffle bag comes with an all-black edition of Boreas’ Hopper daypack, which fits inside the duffle bag but can also be taken on its own. You also get Boreas’ Super-Tramp backpack straps, which can be used with either bag.
Nike says the Payaa was inspired by native Alaskan snow boots, but the shoe looks more like a Nike Air Zoom with the new Hyperdunk’s midsole-outsole combo. A great alternative to the absurdly priced Yeezy Boost 350.
Real Reasons Why Facing Your Son's Evolution to Manhood Matters The post Real Talk; Your Mama’s Boy Will Be Someone’s Man One Day appeared first on The Good Men Project.
You may already be familiar with SMART goals, but Jody Gold teaches us the real way to tap into your deepest motivation and harness the power of HARD goals. The post Take Command With SMART and HARD Goals appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Zero tolerance in schools is a fickle beast. It leaves no survivors. The post Zero Tolerance for Zero Tolerance appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Fall in love with someone who comes into your life and makes you understand why it never worked out with anyone else. The post If You Ever Fall In Love… appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Jeff Goins dives into the deep well of grief and tries to come up with answers. The post When Friends Die: The Clarity and Confusion of Grief appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Dr. Vibe asks some Black American men how much America values Black men The post Are Black Men American’s Great, Underappreciated Asset? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
You’re in a public place — say a restaurant or a doctor’s waiting room — and it’s taking longer to get your food or have your name called than you expected. Your toddler is starting to get restless. And cranky. Real cranky. She’s whining and teetering on the edge of a crying fit, and the […]
Eurogamer shares footage of a King of the Hill-style game mode from Star Wars: Battlefront’s closed beta. As we guessed, it looks like a shooting game for Star Wars fans, but perhaps not the other way around.