Bag a Stone: Keystone Light’s “Hunt for the Great White Stone” with Chuck Testa

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To us, no beer pitchman was ever as cool as Keith Stone, patron saint of Keystone Light and role model to many. “Always smooth,” Mr. Stone was never harried in his approach to the ladies, and always had an answer for everything, predicated on smoothness, just like Keystone Light.

How could you not love Keith Stone’s “Smooth Musings?” It still makes me long for the taste of a cool, freshly-cracked, crisp, spot-hitting, proprietary blend of awesome that Mr. Stone has been peddling for years, right now, here in the office.

This winter, Keystone Light has come up with the coolest reason to slam light beer that you’ve never thought of – The Hunt for the Great White Stone. Here’s how it works:

You buy an orange 30-pack of Keystone Light. Each one contains three styles of cans:

1) Standard orange hunting cans
2) Cans featuring white antlers
3) The Great White Stone

What is the Great White Stone? The Great White Stone is an elusive white can with the head of a deer buck on it that’s hiding in select orange packs of Keystone Light.

After you bag a Great White Stone, you can artfully mix your orange hunting cans and cans with white antlers to create your own legendary mount that even Keith Stone would be proud of.

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Harley-Davidson Gift Guide Saves You From Yourself

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Suddenly, it’s December 1st and people expect things under that tree you erected after Thanksgiving. Christmas morning is just over three weeks away and you didn’t put all that energy into moving your children’s Elf on the Shelf dolls on a nightly/”morningly” basis for the last six month just to screw it up during the stretch run – it’s time to buy stuff for people. Harley-Davidson can help you, you boob.

This holiday season, Harley-Davidson rides to the rescue with the best gifts for the “baddest” on everyone’s list – whether they ride or not. Harley-Davidson’s holiday gift guide offers hundreds of unique items at a price-point for everyone.

Riding Lessons

The Harley-Davidson Riding Academy New Rider Course is more than just a motorcycle lesson; it’s the start of a new lifestyle. Offered at select Harley-Davidson dealers, the New Rider Course provides guidance from certified coaches to help get rookie riders comfortable on a motorcycle.

Apparel and Accessories

The Vintage Leather Bike Jacket is a modern piece inspired by the roots of rocker biker culture, which will bring unrivaled flare to your loved one’s wardrobe on and off the bike.

For woman riders and passengers, the Miss Enthusiast 3-in-1 Leather Jacket offers a contemporary take on an old-school biker look.

The Harley-Davidson Rocks Glasses and Logo Whiskey Stones are a stylish way to up your cocktail hour.

Show the non-rider on your list that staying warm this winter doesn’t have to mean sacrificing flair, with options for him, like the Windshielder Gauntlet Gloves, and her, such as the Lace Accent Hoodie.

The Ultimate Gift

Shift gears and give the ultimate gift of a lifetime. The new 2016 Harley-Davidson Sportster Iron 883 will help the rider in your life tear up the street with aggressive monochromatic style.

Check out the complete gift guide here: www.harley-davidson.com/shop/gifts

  

Bullz-Eye talks “Smellmitment” with Old Spice Guys Terry Crews and Isaiah Mustafa

Old Spice Guys Terry Crews, left, and Isaiah Mustafa, team up for the first time ever to celebrate their popular “Make a Smellmitment” campaign to teach guys that whatever their scent choice, Old Spice has them covered, and announce next Tuesday’s much-anticipated conclusion to the campaign, on Wednesday, November 18, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision for Old Spice/AP Images)

This week, for the first time ever, Old Spice ​Guy​s ​Terry Crews​ and Isaiah Mustafa joined forces at the Redbury Hotel in Hollywood to celebrate their popular “Make A Smellmitment” campaign and the grand finale commercial, which debuted yesterday on ESPN “SportsCenter.”

We spoke to Terry and Isaiah about getting over fears of smellmitment, picking up hot babes and their journey to Old Spice pitchmen.

Bullz-Eye: Terry and Isaiah, I feel like I am in an Old Spice sandwich!

Isaiah Mustafa: Is that good or bad?

BE: We’ll see! So far, so good though. Are you guys sitting there with your shirts off right now? Because every time I see you on TV, you are both shirtless.

Isaiah: No, not this time.

Terry Crews: I am completely shirtless underneath my clothes right now!

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Product Review: NJOY E-Cigarette

NJOY, the largest independent e-cigarette and vaping company in the US, has unveiled its newest product, the Daily, a superior e-cigarette scientifically developed to deliver quick-and-strong nicotine satisfaction at levels close to an actual cigarette.

The Daily has been crafted for adult smokers who are familiar with e-cigs but have been largely unsatisfied by the products they’ve tried in the past. The Daily represents NJOY’s mission to make the traditional combustion cigarette obsolete. After testing it out ourselves, we have to give props to NJOY on accomplishing exactly what they set out to do. The Daily exceeded all of our expectations and offers a restored faith in those who have given up on e-cigs.

With its lightweight design and soft tip, the Daily feels like an actual cigarette and should provide a full pack’s worth of smoking from a single, ready-to-use disposable unit. It is easy to transport and even easier to use, particularly in situations where you just want a quick drag or two. The Daily produces a thick vapor and offers a strong yet smooth throat hit that is reminiscent to that of a traditional cigarette.

Read the full review here.

  

A Day In The Life Of NASCAR Driver Cole Whitt

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The best things in NASCAR thrive under pressure. Whether it’s the engine, pit crew or driver, it’s a game of constant pressure, a game of endurance that lasts from February to November. And the team that handles it the best wins the Sprint Cup. With two races left, the intensity is nearing it’s crescendo, but the gameplan remains the same.

“The biggest thing as the driver is that you’re kind of the quarterback of this team. All these guys feed off of me. So however my mentality is, whatever my level of encouragement or excitement, feeds the team,” said 24-year old Speed Stick driver Cole Whitt about his routine entering the final races of the season.  “They already know the odds are stacked against them, they all know what’s going on. But each day is a new day and you build on it and just try to be the best that you can at the end.”

The demands placed on a NASCAR driver throughout the season are intense. The idea that drivers get to the track, turn left for three hours and then resume their day-to-day life is false.

“After a race, you recover the rest of Sunday. You only get three days at home a week. Then you rest on Monday and try to tax your body with workouts Tuesday and Wednesday, travel again on Thursday – we’re constantly travelling or moving.”

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