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Mouseguns, Then and Now

A frequently-encountered fixture at the gun store is the crusty old dude leaning on the counter...it doesn't matter if he's leaning on the employee side or the customer side, he's there somewhere...and intoning that all these new-fangled nine millimeter pistols are silly and calibers don't count for self defense unless they start with "four". Given the persistence of this hoary myth, where did all those .38, .32, and even .25 handguns come from back in the good ol' days? For starters, dispe...
Tags: Hollywood, Guns, America, History, Ford, Clint Eastwood, Smiths, John Wayne, Smith Wesson, Tam, Teddy Roosevelt, Port Arthur, Daniel Defense, Old West, John Browning, Dodge City


Opinions on Dan Wesson?

Specifically the model 15 in .357 magnum. I just snagged a nice example with a lot of extras for cheap money. I've never had a DW. Had Rugers and Smiths and others but this is my first DW. Feels solid and well built with really nice bluing. Guessing it's from the 1970s. This example appears almost unfired due to how clean it is and the rifling is very crisp.
Tags: Smiths, Weapon, Pistol and Revolver Forum, Dan Wesson


The best polarized sunglasses

The best polarized sunglasses for you are going to vary based on the shape of your face and the activities you plan to engage in. Our favorite all-around unisex pick for those who plan to do a bit of everything is Ray-Ban's Clubmasters with an aluminum frame.You can also check out our guides to the best men's sunglasses.While sunscreen and skincare have been a popular topic in light of a recent FDA ruling on ingredient listing requirements, many of us neglect to give our eyes the protection they...
Tags: Reviews, Trends, Features, Sunglasses, Chile, Hawaii, Buying Guide, Smiths, Fda, Outdoor Gear, Smith, Costa, Warby Parker, Lens, Wayfarers, Ray Ban


Watch Billie Eilish Perform the James Bond Theme ‘No Time to Die’ at the Brit Awards

Billie Eilish made her first live performance of the theme from the new James Bond film, “No Time to Die,” at the Brit Awards in London on Monday night. She was joined for the performance by her brother Finneas, as usual, along with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr and superstar film composer Hans Zimmer, both […]
Tags: London, News, James Bond, Smiths, Johnny Marr, Brit awards, Hans Zimmer, Billie Eilish, Finneas, Billie Eilish Perform the James Bond


Smiths Group puts medical equipment business up for sale: Bloomberg

Smiths Group has put its medical equipment business on the block, Bloomberg reported. First round bids are expected for the unit by the end of the year, the story said. Smiths’s medical equipment business could sell for more than $3 billion, Bloomberg said.
Tags: Trends, Bloomberg, Smiths, Smiths Group


Jimmy Fallon Faces Backlash Over Morrissey’s Far-Right Pin

The former Smiths frontman sparked outrage for promoting the anti-Islam For Britain party on "The Tonight Show."
Tags: News, Jimmy Fallon, Britain, Smiths, Morrissey


Keeping it in the Family

Outdoor parents share their tips and tricks for adventures with kids. Before each backpacking trip, Nick Brooks would take out all of his gear for the weekend and lay it out in the hallway.  As a self-described “gear head to the core,” this was his way of making sure all of the equipment, from his sleeping bag to cook system, was working and accounted for. Brooks noticed his three-year-old son, Preston, taking an interest in what he was doing. “My oldest would start taking my gear out ...
Tags: Georgia, Sport, Netflix, West, Cycling, South Dakota, Tennessee, Preston, Smiths, North Carolina, Smith, East Coast, South Carolina, National Park, Lily, Tupperware


Morrissey – “Morning Starship” (Feat. Ed Droste) (Jobriath Cover)

In a couple of months, former Smiths frontman and future Broadway star Morrissey is releasing a covers album called California Son. It'll feature renditions of songs by Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Dionne Warwick, Phil Ochs, Carly Simon, Melanie, Buffy Sainte Marie, and more, and it'll also feature musicians like Green Day's … More »
Tags: Music, California, Broadway, Smiths, Morrissey, Jobriath


November Customs’ Ducati Scrambler 350 Restomod

Most custom shops have a bike or two quietly lurking in the corner. They’re usually personal projects that only get attention during gaps between ‘real’ jobs. And that’s the story of this charming 1974 Ducati Scrambler 350. Paul and Linda—the husband and wife team at November Customs—first spotted the Ducati when a nearby shop imported it from Spain. They literally bought it as it was being off-loaded, with the intention of giving it a light sprucing. But once they had it road legal and regis...
Tags: UK, England, Spain, Motorcycles, Ducati, Smiths, Jaguar, Customs, Firestone, Scrambler, PAUL, Linda, KTM, Custom Motorcycles, Ducati Scrambler, Restomod


Johnny Marr – “Armatopia” Video

While his old Smiths bandmate Morrissey is off disappearing into shitheaddery, Johnny Marr is out here releasing ecology-themed dystopian concept albums. Last year, Marr came out with his Call The Comet LP, an album about the wandering souls of the near future. Since then, he's released the one-off track "Jeopardy," and … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Smiths, Johnny Marr, Morrissey, Marr, Kris Rimmer


Rachel Reutter Long Smiths Group: Sohn London Conference

We're posting up notes from the recent Sohn London investment conference.  Next up is Rachel Reutter of J O Hambro Capital UK Opportunities Fund who presented a long of Smiths Group (LON:SMIN). Rachel Reutter's Presentation at Sohn London Conference Perceptions of Smiths Group are stuck in the past. The management team that was appointed in 2015 has solved the pension overhang, shored up the balance sheet and now they are diverting cashflows into R&D to become market leaders in several businesse...
Tags: UK, London, Finance, Smiths, John Crane, Hedge Fund Portfolios, Sohn London Conference, Sohn London, Investment Conference, Reutter, Airmiles, J O Hambro Capital, Rachel Reutter, Rachel Reutter Long Smiths Group, Smiths Group LON, Sohn London Conference Perceptions of Smiths Group


Watch The Smiths Play Their Last Live Show (December 12th, 1986)

It couldn’t have lasted—a flame burning twice as bright, and so on. One of the best bands to emerge from the explosion of British new wave and post-punk in the 1980s, The Smiths built a template for thousands of mope-rock bands who followed. Longstanding animosity has meant that their brief time together contains their total legacy. No reunion shows or albums—despite rumors over the decades since they broke up in 1987; no ersatz version of the band, missing key members but limping ever o...
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Watch Johnny Marr Play The Smiths’ “This Charming Man” Live As A Solo Artist For The First Time

Johnny Marr's nimble, gleaming guitar parts were as essential to the Smiths as Morrissey's biting wit and unique vocal prowess. The man's a genius, and although he performs a number of his Smiths classics in concert, before last night he'd never before performed "This Charming Man," arguably his finest collection of riffs. More »
Tags: Video, Music, The Smiths, Smiths, Johnny Marr, Morrissey, Hailee Steinfeld, First Time, Bumblebee, Johnny Marr Play The Smiths


Pete Shelley: the smart, sardonic punk bard of unrequited romance

Packed with hooks and waspishly funny lines, the Buzzcocks frontman effortlessly created singles which became part of the musical landscapeIf Peter McNeish had done nothing more than organise the Sex Pistols’ June 1976 gig at Manchester’s Lesser Free Trade Hall with his college friend Howard Trafford, then he could still reasonably have claimed to have made a vast impact on the face of rock music. Hastily arranged by two students who had no idea what they were doing, and sparsely attended (“I th...
Tags: Music, Culture, Pop and rock, Punk, Manchester, Indie, Smiths, Jesus, Sex Pistols, Bernard Sumner, Howard, Peter Hook, Buzzcocks, Tony Wilson, Factory Records, Pete Shelley


How this CEO used a simple system to nail his work-life balance and build a company that just sold for $8 billion (SAP)

When a company offered to buy Ryan Smith's startup Qualtrics for more than $500 million in the early 2010's, he asked his wife to take a drive. The deal, and the amount of money it would net his family, was a lot to process.  But after just 30 minutes of driving south, the couple decided to turn it down. They felt earning so much money at once could negatively impact the way they were raising their children.  And although Smith had been running his business for nearly a decade, he had gotte...
Tags: Utah, Trends, Ireland, Smiths, Dublin, Smith, Sap, Ryan Smith, Ryan, So Smith


Meet the CEO who once turned down a $500 million offer for his startup — and just sold it for $8 billion (SAP)

A little over six years ago, Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith turned down a $500 million acquisition offer for his bootstrapped company. He was betting that he and his two cofounders, who happen to be his father and brother, could build their company into something far, far bigger. Over the years, he took venture investment at multibillion-dollar valuations while maintaining a profitable company. On Sunday, he sold his company to SAP for $8 billion. While it's impossible to know what his take is, Busi...
Tags: Google, Ipo, Trends, Smiths, Silicon Valley, Bill, Smith, Sap, Ryan Smith, Qualtrics, Jared, Northern California, McDermott, Ryan, Provo Utah, Salesforce Microsoft


5 things you need to know about the Tropicalia Music and Taco Festival at Queen Mary Park

Despite a the last-minute cancellation of closing headliner Cardi B and the absence of three other scheduled performers, the second edition of the Tropicalia Music and Taco festival carried on with a festive weekend of music. More than 70 acts, including Saturday headliner Morrissey, performed on three stages at the nearly sold-out show. Here’s what you need to know about the weekend: 1. The mood: Chill dance party Like Arroyo Seco and Music Tastes Good, Tropicalia is one of those music festiv...
Tags: Nike, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Long Beach, Smiths, Music Festivals, Morrissey, Snoop Dogg, Taco, Vince Staples, Mary, Queen Mary, Devendra Banhart, Cardi, Sandoval


Shorties (November's Best Books, Cat Power's Chan Marshall on Her Favorite Albums, and more)

Literary Hub and the London Evening Standard recommended November's best books. Cat Power's Chan Marshall discussed her favorite albums at The Quietus. November's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $3.99 today: The Martian by Andy Weir Twelve Patients by Eric Manheimer Madeline Kenny covered Sharon Van Etten's "Our Love." Paste recapped October's best books. The Pains of Being Pure at Heart covered Tom Petty's "Free Fallin'." BuzzFeed recommended books that challenged our...
Tags: Music, London, Charles Bradley, David, Smiths, Conor Oberst, Sharon Van Etten, Atomic Books Comics Preview, NPR Music, Andy Weir, Laura Jane Grace, Tom Petty, Chan Marshall, Sunbeam, Chris Gethard, Andre Dubus


‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Director Peyton Reed Discusses Notes From Kevin Feige and His Days Playing in a Smiths Cover Band [Interview]

Peyton Reed, the director of Down with Love and drummer of a long defunct Smiths cover band, once again brought some feel-good laughs to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Ant-Man and the Wasp. The sequel was a bit bigger, a little looser, and even Scott Lang was funnier, but Reed and all involved still managed to keep it as contained and as cleanly told as the first movie. Reed’s Ant-Man still ain’t going big for the sake of going big. Reed basically made what was a large-scale studio comedy w...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Los Angeles, Features, Manchester, Smiths, Morrissey, Marvel Studios, Rudd, Silver Lake, Blu, Reed, Scott, PAUL, Spaceland, Evangeline


Couple puts historic Julian Railroad up for sale

JULIAN, Calif. (KGTV) — For more than a decade, Greg and Lisa Smith have welcomed thousands of visitors to their Julian home for a ride through history."We met people from all over the world," says Greg Smith. "For a time we were on the top 10 list of things to do all over San Diego County."Smith built the train from 2004 to 2007, laying all the steel track by hand, and putting train cars together. All told, he's got seven locomotive engines and 22 cars.RELATED: Skydivers 'swoop' ove...
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Historic Julian Railroad is up for sale

For more than a decade, Greg and Lisa Smith have welcomed thousands of visitors to their Julian home for a ride through history."We met people from all over the world," says Greg Smith. "For a time we were on the top 10 list of things to do all over San Diego County."Smith built the train from 2004-2007, laying all the steel track by hand, and putting train cars together. All told, he's got seven locomotive engines and 22 cars.From 2007-2-15, the Smith Ranch and Julian Railroad became a stap...
Tags: News, Smiths, Smith, San Diego County, Greg, Julian, Greg Smith, Lisa Smith, Julian Railroad, Smith Ranch


After nearly two decades away, Matt Johnson and The The back return to Southern California for a pair of shows and a documentary screening

There really wasn’t one thing that led singer-songwriter Matt Johnson to stop making music as The The after the 2000 album “NakedSelf” and a final live show at the David Bowie-curated Meltdown Festival in London in 2002. There were children and relocating from New York City to Europe. The collapse of the music business as streaming services emerged and record labels focused more on pop hits than eclectic album artists. There were deep, personal losses in that time, too. “That gave pause,” Johnso...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, London, Boston, New York City, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, Ford, David Bowie, Smiths, Johnson, Johnny Marr, Arcadia


Lydia Kiesling's Playlist for Her Novel "The Golden State"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Lydia Kiesling's novel The Golden State is one of the year's strongest debuts, a profound examination of motherhood and love. Publishers Weekly wrote of the book: "Kiesling's inti...
Tags: Music, California, Youtube, Oregon, America, Turkey, David, United Nations, Smiths, University Of Chicago, Nevada, Skype, Istanbul, Alice, Bay Area, Bergen


Nirvana Refuses to Fake It on Top of the Pops, Gives a Big “Middle Finger” to the Tradition of Bands Miming on TV (1991)

The better-safe-than-sorry approach to musicians pretending to play on TV while viewers hear a pre-recorded track seems like the antithesis of rock and roll. Yet since the earliest days of The Ed Sullivan Show, audiences have accepted the convention without complaint. When the fakery unintentionally fails, reactions tend toward mockery, not outrage. Critics rail, the UK’s Musician’s Union has often balked, but bands and fans play along, everyone operating under the presumption that the b...
Tags: Google, Music, UK, Television, Beyonce, College, Britain, Dave Grohl, Argentina, Madonna, Smiths, Rolling Stone, Johnny Marr, Morrissey, The Ed Sullivan Show, Facebook Twitter


Ohio State places football coach Urban Meyer on administrative leave

Ohio State placed football coach Urban Meyer on paid administrative leave Wednesday while it investigates claims that his wife knew about allegations of domestic violence against an assistant coach years before he was fired last week. Courtney Smith gave an interview to Stadium and provided text messages to former ESPN reporter Brett McMurphy between her and Shelley Meyer in 2015 and with the wives of other Buckeyes coaches. Courtney Smith also provided threatening texts she said came from her e...
Tags: Florida, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Smiths, College sports, Ncaa, Ohio, Espn, Meyer, Smith, Ohio State, Oregon State, Hyde, Bruce, COLUMBUS Ohio


Board Question #91472: What is your favorite gluten-free recipe? (either naturally GF or ...

Q: Dear 100 Hour Board,What is your favorite gluten-free recipe? (either naturally GF or by making substitutions / using special ingredients)-She A: Dear you, Corn tortillas are so yummy and are typically gluten free. They're also incredibly simple. You literally just need masa corn flour, hot water, and some salt. If you want here's a recipe, and a video. Enjoy your delicious corn tortillas! Peace, Tipperary A: Dear She, Most of what I cook is naturally gluten free, because I just don't coo...
Tags: Cook, Smiths, Rice


Morrissey postpones his July UK tour

The former Smiths frontman's management blames "logistical circumstances beyond our control".
Tags: UK, News, Smiths, Morrissey


UK engineer Smiths starts merger talks with US rival

Smiths has held initial discussions with US listed ICU Medical about merging their medical businesses.
Tags: Business, UK, US, Smiths, ICU Medical


Foo Fighters’ Cal Jam 18 to include Iggy Pop, Tenacious D, Garbage, Greta Van Fleet and more

After a successful inaugural run last year with over 30,000 fans turning out for the daylong, Foo Fighters-curated Cal Jam 17, the festival will return to Glen Helen Regional Park and Amphitheater in San Bernardino on Oct. 5-6. Foo Fighters will once again headline the main event on Saturday, Oct. 6 and will be joined by Iggy Pop with an exclusive one-off reunion with the all-star band Post Pop Depression (Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, Dean Fertita and Troy Van Leeuwen with Arctic Monkey...
Tags: Music, Foo Fighters, Georgia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Mexico City, Long Beach, Liam Gallagher, Smiths, Music Festivals, Morrissey, Jarvis Cocker, Manchester Orchestra, Snoop Dogg


Board Question #91179: Dear Grocery Stores R Us They say [who?] the ultimate ...

Q: Dear Grocery Stores R UsThey say [who?] the ultimate way to judge any BYU student is where they shop for groceries. My coworkers and I were recently involved in a discussion on whether Macey's was cheaper (in general) than Smith's or vice versa. So which is it? Not including fuel costs to drive to the Provo Smith's or Provo Macey's, which grocery store tends to be cheaper to shop at in general? Is the difference negligible?-A Savvy Student Shopper A: Dear Savvy, The superior store is obv...
Tags: Mexico, Smiths, Smith, BYU, Costco, Provo, Suerte Ardilla Feroz, Central and South America, Macey, Rancho, Maceys, Provo Smith, Provo Macey, Enter Rancho Markets Located