Menswear Dog’s 10 Fetching Fashion Tips
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So glad the strokes have come back to that authentic sound that made them so famous in the first place.
How To Wear A Chunky Shawl Collar Cardigan
Shawl Collar Cardigan & Tie: Club Monaco | Tie Bar: The Tie Bar | Oxford Shirt: Gant Rugger
not shown: Jeans: J.Crew 484 | Belt: Tanner Goods | Boots: Wolverine 1000 Mile
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#flyfishing brought these guys to this #amazing country side in Tusheti Georgia. #beautiful #fishing #outdoors #film
I have had an urge to visit Georgia for years. This has only increased it!
— Anthony Bourdain (via cvilletochucktown)
Thanks to your generosity we have raised over $1,000 for Doctors Without Borders and we’ll be going for two more days. Help us reach our goal of $3,000.
Long before the reality shows, body switching, celebrity fights, and mayoral campaigns, there was simply Jose Canseco: professional baseball masher and suspected steroid user. Let’s take a walk down memory lane, shall we, with the “unauthorized and proud of it” issue of Baseball Superstars Comics: Jose Canseco.
Once you open the cover, you already know this comic is going to be amazing, thanks to a sunglass-wearing Jose Canseco, “The Misunderstood Man,” surrounded by all the things that make him so misunderstood. Like fast cars and tee-shirts which say “Leave Me Alone.” That’s our Jose.
We are then thrust back, back, deep into the past. Cuba 1959 to be specific. We know this because Jose Canseco’s father comes home and tells his wife “The communists have taken over Cuba. Fidel Castro is in charge of the government.” And if you think that’s needless exposition, I call it a character choice. Why, on the same page, as Jose and Ozzie are born, Jose’s father says that Ozzie will be named “Osvaldo Capaz, after my dead brother, God rest his soul…” You know, because that’s a thing a person would say.
As the two grow, we soon realize that Jose and Ozzie switching places a la The Parent Trap has long been a traditional, perhaps a symptom of their arrested development:
We also learn that young Jose was a voracious reader:
If I could get a tattoo of young Jose Canseco saying “Cool! Look at that shark!” on my face and remain gainfully employed, you better believe I would.
Too amazing not to reblog.