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Manly Man #3 – Max Keiser

Max Keiser

This world’s economy is a tinderbox, and let’s face it, the media is doing dick to save our balls in this time of need. Banksters, technocrats, and corporate hedge fund dickheads caused the financial meltdown with their insane behaviour. Rather than expose this immoral and even illegal behaviour, the mainstream media has been pretty much spending the past few years thoroughly going to town on the ass of corporate America. Continue reading

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We Like To Travel: Cuba Edition

Canadians have a pretty weird perspective on Cuba in my experiences. Growing up I would always hear stories from friends and family members about vacationing in Cuba. They would talk about the beautiful beaches, wacky entertainment, the all-you-can-drink swim up bars, and the underwhelming quality of the food. It was still always touted as the $500 all-inclusive week away in paradise. The paradise that was not without its quirks and downsides, but in the end always worth it because of its incredible value. Continue reading

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A bunch of pictures Stanley Kubrick took in New York in the 1940’s…

I love Stanley Kubrick. I am a huge fan of his movies and admire him for the unrelenting research he put into every piece of film he shot. He also liked taking photographs. He personally shot hundreds of thousands of photos of places while researching for movies as well as did some personal artistic photography as well. Continue reading

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We Like To Shoot Stuff… We’re Not Idiot Redneck Assholes

We hate rednecks

Jim here. Ever since I was a little boy my father took me fishing. One of my oldest memories is either fishing for largemouth bass and sunfish in the pond behind my house, for smallmouths in a gigantic childhood pond at a friend’s house, or maybe it was fishing for mackerel, cod and pollock off of the coast of Waterford, Ireland when I was about four…Anyways, I have been a fisherman since I could walk. When I was a little older, it developed into an obsession. When I saw a body of water I would immediately assess how many fish, of what species it would contain, and how best to go about extracting them from the water. Continue reading

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