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45 Exceptional Gift Ideas for the Man Who Already Has Everything

Every man has a limit. Miles is about to find his. For the first time in his whole miserable life, freelance Tunneler Miles Franco finally has his shit together. But when his friend, Detective Vivian Reed, comes to him for help, his peaceful life is shattered.

They have issued no ransom. No demands. They only want revenge. Miles is returning to the mean streets that made him. And there will be no coming back. Chris Strange discovered at an early age that he was completely unsuited to life among normal human beings.

After experimenting with several different career paths, he said to hell with it and went back to writing, his first love. He writes for the daydreamers, the losers, the cynics and the temporarily insane.

His stories are full of restless energy and driven by a passion for the unorthodox. He loves writing characters on the fringe of society: the drifters, the knights errant, the down-and-out. In his spare time, Chris is an unapologetic geek, spending far too long wrapped up in sci-fi books, watching old kaiju movies and playing video games. Chris Strange. Contact Chris at: chrisstrangeauthor gmail.

Everything You Need to Cut Men’s Hair at Home, According to Barbers

Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. But before we get to the tools and instructions, some general best practices from our barbers for trimming hair at home: First, do it over a floor that you can sweep so avoid carpets or rugs. To keep hair around the ears at a tolerable length, the most affordable tool, according to our barbers, is a pair of scissors specifically designed for trimming hair. According to him, combs with thin teeth work best for guys with thin hair, while combs with wide teeth work best for guys with thicker hair. But this medium-width comb is a fail-safe options that suits most types of hair, according to Miguez, who recommended it.

Every man has a limit. Miles is about to find his.

Gift-giving is hard enough in the first place, and it doesn't make it easier when your giftee already owns the things he wants. All of them. Every single one. After all, it's not like he's the kind of guy to sit around and wait for a coveted item to appear when he could just go out and buy it himself.

Follow the Author

Most collections of previously published material short stories, newspaper columns, etc. This book is as refreshing as a cool, green salad on a hot summer night. Steingarten is both serious and funny, sometimes self-deprecating, sometimes culture-deprecating, but always with a sense of humor and a rigorously tested palate. Funny, entertaining, and flavor-enhancing. The Man Who Ate Everything. Jeffrey Steingarten. Funny, outrageous, passionate, and unrelenting, Vogue's food writer, Jeffrey Steingarten, will stop at nothing, as he makes clear in these forty delectable pieces. Whether he is in search of a foolproof formula for sourdough bread made from wild yeast, of course or the most sublime French fries the secret: cooking them in horse fat or the perfect piecrust Fannie Farmer--that is, Marion Cunningham--comes to the rescue , he will go to any length to find the answer.

Everything I Need

Capturing the spirit of a freewheeling era, this rollicking biography brings to life the gambler-hero who inspired Guys and Dolls. This was a fun read - light and entertaining. I had never heard of Titanic before this book, but after hearing the pitch on NPR one afternoon, I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did: I now know Titanic Thompson was quite an exciting character.

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