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It’s hard to encompass all the wants on everyone’s Christmas lists during the rush of the holiday season. That’s why Christmas baskets, or Holiday baskets, are the perfect gift idea for families, relatives, neighbors, and work places. Consider filling them with the following:1. Something to imbibe. Whether it’s alcoholic or not depends on the giftee, but a local batch of apple cider, organic tea, and gourmet hot chocolates (more…)
That’s right, the holidays are once again upon us. What about sending out a little love to those dear acquaintances in your life whom you couldn’t live without this holiday season.We’re not talking about family and friends per say, but the other folks who make everyday life a bit easier for you. Consider getting them the perfect pair of cufflinks that embody their position in your life–go ahead, let them know they mean something special to you. Cufflinks are the right Christmas gift for those indispensable people in your life.
Why Cufflinks are the Right Christmas Gift for Your Lawyer
Your lawyer always has your back–even when you’re in the wrong. He will defend your right to a fair trial and maintain your rights no matter what. Why not show your appreciation to your lawyer by choosing one of these legal lawyer cufflinks?
Why Cufflinks are the Right Christmas Gift for Your Doctor
Your doctor also always has your back–metaphorically and figuratively speaking. Show your appreciation with these doctor cufflinks–for your favorite MD in your life.
Why Cufflinks are the Right Christmas Gift for Your Doorman
What better way to tip your doorman for the holidays? Consider putting the yearly tip in a beautiful money clip. This NYC Money Clip is only $40 and will surely make you stand out among the rest of the tenants who use simple paper envelopes!
For a more generic gift, take a look at our sale cufflinks, like this savvy set featuring a plaid design–perfect for every gentleman’s taste.
Why Cufflinks are the Right Christmas Gift for Your Father-in-Law
We all know how hard you work to please your father-in-law and sometimes it seems nothing is ever good enough. Consider a personalized cufflink set for your “dad”–it’s kind of a no-brainer.
Why Cufflinks are the Right Christmas Gift for Your Brother-in-Law
Pair one of these stylish brother-in-law cufflinks with a DVD set, a 6 pack of craft beer, or a personalized mug and you’re good to go this holiday season.
Why were the 60s so grand? Surely it wasn’t the psychedelics, but rather the music that was produced during this imitable era. We have the Beatles, The Temptations, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Elvis Presley, Marvin Gaye, The Rolling Stones…and the list just keeps going on.
Here at Cufflinksman, we’d like to give you OUR top 5 songs of the decade for this upcoming Winter Season. How do they measure up to your standards?
1. Beach Boys “God Only Knows”
“This song fires twin darts at your heart from the beginning. A maudlin French horn heralds the start before those timeless words “I may not always love you” pin you to the wall. You’re at Brian Wilson’s mercy from then on as he tips out tumbling drums and sweet harmonies relentlessly for the next three minutes. Simon from Biffy Clyro has the lyrics tattooed across his chest and it’s Paul…” -from NME.com
2. Bob Dylan “Girl From the North Country”
“The song was written following his first trip to England in December, 1962, upon what he thought to be the completion of his second album. It is debated as to whom this song is a tribute to, some claim former girlfriend, Echo Helstrom, and some Bonnie Beecher, both of whom Dylan knew before leaving for New York.”–from Wiki
3. California Dreamin’ By The Mamas and the Papas
4. Velvet Underground “Chelsea Girls”
“The Velvet Underground was an American rock band, active between 1964 and 1973, formed in New York City by Lou Reed and John Cale, who both went on to find success as solo artists.
Although experiencing little commercial success while together, the band is often cited by many critics as one of the most important and influential groups of the 1960s. In a 1982 interview Brian Eno made the often repeated statement that while the first Velvet Underground album may have sold only 30,000 copies in its early years, “everyone who bought one of those 30,000 copies started a band.”
Andy Warhol managed the Velvet Underground and it was the house band at his studio, the Factory, and his Exploding Plastic Inevitable events. The provocative lyrics of some of the band’s songs gave a nihilistic outlook to some of their music”
5. The Beatles “A Day in the Life”
Did you know Teleportation is possible?
We’ll brainiacs, it is. The future is now. Researchers and scientists have effectively teleported a photon particle the equivalent distance of Philadelphia and New York, thereby proving the theory of entanglement. One of the labs is located in the Canary Islands, where scientists were hard at work teleporting two entangled photons across many miles. Of course, when one photon is teleported, it is dissolved/diminished entirely in the process.
How Would Einstein feel about this discovery? Do you think he’s a little (just a little!) perturbed at the findings…Don’t worry Albert, we’ll synthesize your theory of relativity with quantum physics soon…
This experiment is super important because until now we only thought of entanglement as some weird science thingy that didn’t quite make sense. Mind you, it still doesn’t make sense, but now we know it’s possible. The problem is, or the dilemma out there, is that photons have no real mass, so don’t go jumping to conclusions about teleporting actual cells (or their subsidiary parts) with mass just yet. (Yes, we know you were thinking the next direct step in quantum physics is teleportation of human beings, but that’s not quite the case… just yet, anyways).
The theory of entanglement, from a writer’s perspective, or rather in a writer’s voice, is simply this: two particles having a direct relationship with each other, so that if you do something do particle A, particle B instantaneously feels the effects and changes. Their entanglement functions because of their polarity differences–so if particle A is charged positively, particle B will be the opposite, and so on. So what happens when you literally copy a particle and send it over to its entangled mate? It becomes that other particle. Just like that. You’re here. And then BOOM. You’re there. (You, as in a photon, that is).
Of course, we’re talking about light particles here, so again, it doesn’t apply to the heavy stuff (aka anything with density). So here’s to keeping our blinging cufflink wrists crossed that the funding keeps coming in to the CERN and other quantum-experimental facilities, so that science can keep making these new discoveries. Who knows what the “now” will bring in the future.
So some say the movie Drive was the best film of 2011 and here at Cufflinksman, we agree, wholeheartedly. An ideal mix of passion, violence, cars, intensity, and on-the-edge-of-your seat suspense, it is a perfect “date night” film, so as long as your date doesn’t have a squeamish stomach.
Defined as “neo-noir”, this film easily could of flopped had it not been for the acting. Yes, it’s action packed, but without Ryan Gosling’s and Mulligan’s brilliant character input, the movie would amount to a boring sack of potatoes. It also harbors some of the best cinematic scenes in the 21st century (think of the elevator scene, for instance).
And one couldn’t leave out the second best part of the film: the soundtrack. Most of the electro-new age/80s style/transient style beats were written and produced by Cliff Martinez. His beats take up a majority of the soundtrack album, but new electro-tech bands such as Desire, College, and even Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx sop up all the amazing points.
And don’t forget about this hypnotic, dance style mix by Desire:
The good news is, the film has recently been put up on Netflix. (whatt???) Yes they finally did something right. And totally worth the $8 a month, just for this film. You’ll thank us later.
…but for now, you’re welcome.