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Dropping Knowledge: Gun Check

Don’t want to get behind on current fashion trends and important terminology? Worries be gone, The Eye is featuring weekly blog posts about a specific fashion term, it’s origin and history. This week, the term Gun Check is explored. Gun checking is a phrase used to
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The Benefits Of Exercise Bands

Getting fit is a very good choice for anyone, but not everyone can afford exercise equipment or gym memberships. Having access to these things is not the only one to get fit and have fun doing it. Exercise bands are a very simple and inexpensive way to get moving and get in great
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Outfitted and Equipped: Weekend Road Trip

This article is meant for all of those weekend road warriors out there. It is a list of all the necessities of a weekend get a way. It covers all the bear essentials, like cloths, shades, boots, reading material, and a cooler full of your favorite snacks. This road warriors
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Every Man Should Carry a Torch: A Primer on Flashlights

Flashlights are important in regards to providing light in dark areas and to ward off dangers. The British calls the flashlight a “torch”. A flashlight that uses 150 lumen is appropriate lighting for most purposes. The keychain flashlight is most usable because it is
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The 5 Best Electric Shavers You Should Buy Right Now

This articles explains to you the 5 best Electric Shavers to buy. It describes 5 different shavers, including their features and prices. It will also describe which shaver will best meet your needs and where you can purchase each. This article will also compare the pros and cons
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A Complete Guide To Creatine Supplements

A popular craze in fitness right now is the use of creatine supplements. Creatine monohydrate is the most commonly used creatine supplement, but other types range from Creatine Citrate to Creatine Ethyl Ester to Liquid Creatine to Buffered Creatine, with many in between. All of
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Art of Manliness Podcast Episode #51: The Defining Decade With Dr. Meg Jay

20’s are a foundation for adult life. People treat their 20’s as an accessible “extended childhood”. From 18-20, there is a brain growth that deals with thinking about time, planning, and uncertainty so your 20’s are a good time to practice. People
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How Not to Make Your Parents’ Money Mistakes

The article says parents are not infallible and can be downright wrong much of the time, especially in the area of finance. To break bad habits that they may have taught us, we should change our mindset. Just because our family has taught us their way of viewing money, it
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How to Walk Like a Ninja: An Illustrated Guide

The art of meaning manly defiantly requires some ninja stealth action. The key to sneaking up on someone or walking without being heard is to walk slowly. Start by breathing calmly through your nose, keep waist straight and step from toe to ball of your foot. Shift body weight
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Creating a Positive Family Culture: The Importance of Establishing Family Traditions

When it comes to positive family interaction it is important to create traditions. The idea of getting together to do something every year, month or week can provide you and your family life long memories. Sharing these memories as you grow older keeps these special times alive
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