My Favorite Song.
Great movie and this most memorable scene. I can’t believe they are going to try and remake this movie. You remake bad movies not classics that can be done better. Smack at Hollywood.
I designed this punch to be served at a black light party. The goal was to utilize tonic water to create a punch that glows. Sure enough, the final result glows a thick, radioactive blue color under a black light. It was a hit at our party and we’ve made it a few times now, with rave reviews every time. Beware, it’s hard to taste the alcohol in this drink – after a few glasses, it hits you hard.
Scale ingredients to servings
6 L 7-Up® soda
4 L tonic water
2 Frozen lemonade Concentrate
16 oz Blue Curacao liqueur
24 oz pineapple juice
All ingredients should be mixed in a five-gallon beverage cooler. Begin by combining the frozen lemonade with the vodka to create an alcoholic slush, and add the rest of the ingredients to that mixture. The total yield is about 5 gallons of a beverage that is approximately 10% ABV.
These are some uhmazazazazazing pics.
Did you know that they purr like domestic cats? yes…maybe a bit loud!
I guess I do not have to explain how my Namibian experience was last year… still thinking of it.
Namibia, Dicembre 2011
lo sapevate che fanno le fusa come gatti domestici? …magari un pò più forte!
guardando le foto probabilmente non devo spiegarvi come è stata la mia esperienza in Namibia… ancora sono lì con il pensiero!
Namibia, Dicembre 2011
Shoe Porn: Red Wing Heritage X Brooks Brothers Boots
By Max Berlinger
Walk in these because they’re the brainchild of two classic American brands.
Red Wing Heritage 4553 Oil Cloth Boots ($310) by Red Wing X Brooks Brothers, brooksbrothers.com
Feeling a little bummed about your holiday gifts — or lack thereof? Cheer yourself up by snagging your spot in line for a Mercier-Jones Hovercraft ($TBA). This ambitious craft — which is still in development, so put your Amex black cards away — features sportscar looks, a patent-pending directional control system for unprecedented maneuverability, carbon fiber and metal alloy construction, a single gasoline engine that supplies electricity to the three electric motors, and open-air, tandem sport seating for two. Arriving… whenever they’re finished with it.
Set yourself up with a steam room pretty much anywhere you want with the Sauna Box ($41,000). Built into a shipping container, this semi-portable sauna is designed to be completely self-sufficient, with solar panels providing the power and a wood-burning stove. Features include a red cedar interior, integrated iPod stereo, electric guitar hookup, Castor stool, a magnetic truck light, and bronze antlers. [Scouted by Aaron]