• How To Prevent Nicks & Cuts When Shaving With A Safety, DE or Cartridge Razor & How To Treat Them

    Want to get rid of nicks & cuts when shaving? https://gentl.mn/prevent-nicks-cuts Check out these grooming mistakes and ways to avoid them: https://youtu.be/Q0sSzbhoxq0 This video is brought to you with the support of glyder.io - The Styptic Balm that helps you in treating nicks and cuts. **********Great News! Use Code GMG2 for 20% off two Glyder Styptic Balms + Free Shipping********** Check out the perfect styptic balm for nicks & cuts: https://glyder.io/ SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Light Blue Veronica Persica Boutonniere - https://gentl.mn/2w5k60m 2. Orange, Green, Blue, Yellow, Silk Wool Medallion Pocket Square - https://gentl.mn/2u3Rtz8 3. Eagle Claw Cufflinks with Malachite Balls - https://gentl.mn/2h81jyB 4. Shadow Stripe Ribbed Socks Light Grey and Light Blue - https://gentl.mn/2tI6bML...

    published: 28 Jul 2017
  • Gazette Special - Narvik (1940)

    Full title reads: "Gazette Special - Narvik". Narvik, Norway. VS. Good shots of British Royal Navy destroyers (including HMS Warspite) advancing into Narvik Fjord under fire and firing themselves on the gun batteries lining the snow covered fjord and on the German ships lying the fjord. GVs. of the fjord showing British destroyers and the wrecks of German merchant and warships destroyed by the British attacks. N.B. Film has some scratches on it. Around Ten German ships were sunk in this early Naval engagement. FILM ID:1043.08 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Morris Gazette (1950-1959)

    Title - Pan of the Morris boat. Boat on Thames at Marlow. Boat on various locations on the Thames. The boat is renowned for its shallow draft and small amount of wash created. Boat going through canal. Boat en-route to shipping dock, shown at various points of its journey through small towns. Boat being put onto truck. Various shots. Elephants carrying people in India, which is where the boat is destined for. Title - 'Any Old Iron' Close-up of quarryman, Mr. Hale. Miniature train pulling goods from quarry. Interior of train showing an old 'Bullnosed' Morris engine. Various shots of train apparatus. Title - Anymore for the Shore Boat sailing across shore. Yachts sailing. Sailors untying and lowering boat. Sailor sitting in a boat. Shot of engine. Various shots of boat sailing ...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • What Men's Clothing Brands Are Worth Their Price - #askGG - No. 4 Gentleman's Gazette

    Recording of Q & A live session from April 28, 2017 on the GG Youtube Channel. It was all about brands and which ones I would buy or skip. Here are the questions that were answered: 00:34 What do you think of Charles Tyrwhitt shirts and shorts? 01:34 What do you think of the quality of Ralph Lauren OCBD's? ​02:48 What do you think of the shoe brand ace marks? Blake stitch for 300$ I ask because a lot of youtubers like rmrs and alpha m are promoting, it but they don't seem worth it. 03:43 What do you think of Loding shoes? 04:20 What do you think about Loake? 05:09 thoughts on berluti??? 05:52 What are your thoughts on Suitsupply? I’ve started with them and built a wardrobe but now find myself looking higher end. 07:45 What do you think of Brooks Brothers 08:29 I’m buying my first pair ...

    published: 28 Apr 2017
  • Sunglasses Guide For Men

    For a more comprehensive guide to Men's Sunglasses, click here: http://gentl.mn/sunglasses-guide-for-men Why do we wear sunglasses in the first place? Basically, there are two reasons. On the one end, they protect our eyes from bright light and UV rays. On the other hand, they add personal style and flair to our outfits. How did we come up with sunglasses, to begin with? If you go back in history, you will see that people actually had Ivory bone glasses with a little slit so the snow wasn't so bright in their eyes. If you look at Romans in ancient Chinese, they used smoked quartz or stones to filter the light that reach their eyes. In 1752, someone added tinted lenses into spectacle frames. In 1936, polarized lenses first appeared and they filtered the polarizing light from horiz...

    published: 06 Aug 2016
  • The Paphos Ghost Ship - wreck off Cyprus coast - 16 years later....new video

    The M/V Demetrios II was a cargo ship, built in 1964 by J. J. Sietas, at their shipbuilding yard in Hamburg-Neuenfelde, Germany. The Honduran-flagged ship ran aground off Paphos Lighthouse on 23 March 1998 in heavy seas, during a voyage from Greece to Syria with a cargo of timber. At the time of the accident, the ship had eight crew members - 4 Greeks, 2 Pakistanis and 2 Syrians. The crew were rescued and airlifted to the safety of Paphos by a British Military Helicopter. It was subsequently confirmed in the Lloyd's List that the competency certificates for the Greek Captain and the Pakistani first officer were forgeries. The wreck can clearly be seen whilst travelling along the main Paphos to Coral Bay Road. This video was shot on Saturday 29th March, 2014

    published: 30 Mar 2014
  • The Bennu Gazette - Subscriber Interview - Jorge Eager 2017

    Watch David Goddard interviewing a friend, Student and Bennu Gazette reader, Jorge Eager. The interview takes place inside Jorge's own sacred space - that's why it's a little bit dark... David and Jorge talk about what the Bennu Gazette and what a ageless wisdom you can discover inside the monthly pages of The Bennu Gazette. To subscribe to The Bennu Gazette, click here. For U.S.A. Shipping addresses: https://risingphoenix.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/Bennu-Gazette-USAv1 Shipping addresses outside the U.S.A: https://risingphoenix.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/Bennu-Gazette-Internationalv1

    published: 02 Apr 2017
  • Chukka Boots & Desert Boot Guide

    Learn all about the versatile Chukka boot, its hallmark features, How To Wear it, What to Look For When You Buy It, and what mistakes to avoid. Click here to get to the full Chukka Boot Guide: http://gentl.mn/chukka-desert-boots The term Chukka is derived from the Hindi word ‘chukkar’ meaning ‘circle’ or ‘turn’. What makes a Chukka boot a Chukka boot? First of all, a chukka boot has ankle height, it has three eyelets on each side or two. - Moreover, you always want a rounded toe box, not too pointy, not too boxy but nicely rounded. - Another main characteristic of the Chukka boot is the suede leather. - A chukka boot is always made in two parts. For one, the Vamp and the Quarters which come together for open lacing system. - Another hallmark of a Chukka boot is a leather sole t...

    published: 04 Nov 2015
  • Britain From The Air - Various Towns (1924)

    Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Bristol and other British locations. Title: "SEE BRITAIN FROM THE AIR. Following our wonderful Aerial Pictures of London and in response to innumerable requests from Patrons ..." Title: " ... and here's Durham Cathedral"! Fabulous aerial shot of Durham, cathedral and River Wear. Title: "Newport - its miles of Docks and giant transporter". Aerial shot of estuary and dock at Newport, presumably main port of Isle of Wight. Title: "Now Liverpool and its wonderful Port and shipping". Aerial shot of Liverpool, includes good view of the building with the Liver birds and the railway station. Excellent views of liners and cargo ships in dock. Title: " ... on to Glasgow and the great ship - building yards on the Clyde". Aerial shots of docks...

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Protecting Our Shipping (1940)

    Full title reads: "Protecting Our Shipping". Dover, Kent. VS. of barrage balloons flying from the harbour and from ships in the harbour mouth at Dover. LS Pan across barrage balloons. FILM ID:1053.24 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/

    published: 13 Apr 2014
  • Salvage Saves Shipping (1943)

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    published: 13 Apr 2014
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  • Coastal Command Wreck Nazi Shipping (1944)

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How To Prevent Nicks & Cuts When Shaving With A Safety, DE or Cartridge Razor & How To Treat Them

How To Prevent Nicks & Cuts When Shaving With A Safety, DE or Cartridge Razor & How To Treat Them

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Want to get rid of nicks & cuts when shaving? https://gentl.mn/prevent-nicks-cuts Check out these grooming mistakes and ways to avoid them: https://youtu.be/Q0sSzbhoxq0 This video is brought to you with the support of glyder.io - The Styptic Balm that helps you in treating nicks and cuts. **********Great News! Use Code GMG2 for 20% off two Glyder Styptic Balms + Free Shipping********** Check out the perfect styptic balm for nicks & cuts: https://glyder.io/ SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Light Blue Veronica Persica Boutonniere - https://gentl.mn/2w5k60m 2. Orange, Green, Blue, Yellow, Silk Wool Medallion Pocket Square - https://gentl.mn/2u3Rtz8 3. Eagle Claw Cufflinks with Malachite Balls - https://gentl.mn/2h81jyB 4. Shadow Stripe Ribbed Socks Light Grey and Light Blue - https://gentl.mn/2tI6bML A few years back, I met Kaivan at a conference and he was telling me about a new thing that he was working on and he could not quite reveal what it was and just a few weeks ago, he sent me his product called Glyder; and it's a styptic balm that helps to deal with nicks and cuts. Preventing nicks and cuts boil down to 9 core items. 1. Abstain from using cartridge razors and cartridge razor systems. Blades are too dull and not sharp enough and you are more likely to get nicks and cuts in the long run. Not only is a cartridge system bad for your wallet, but it's also bad for your skin. 2. Do a proper pre-shave process. That means you have to clean your skin first, you want to heat up your skin and open those pores and you want to use a rich, creamy lather that protects your skin from the sharp blades. 3. Use a shaving brush to apply the lather. 4. Invest in quality shaving products. Skip the run of the mill shave cream in a can because it has lots of air and it's not very lubricating. 5. Shave with a proper technique. That means you do short strokes and you wash in between and you re-lather areas before going over them again. 6. Use a fresh, sharp razor blade every time you use a double edge razor. Now, with the cartridge system that is super expensive. With a double edge system, you can afford to do that. 7. Experiment with different kinds of handles and blades. 8. Give your face time to adjust. 9. Deal with underlying skin issues. So, even if you follow all of those nine steps, you will still get cuts every once in a while. The old method was to use a styptic pencil. Some people use a piece of toilet paper. Others came up with a chapstick but the problem with all of those solutions is that none is perfect. So, Glyder is a styptic balm and it's different from a styptic pencil in a sense that it's much softer. It's in this nice tube, you can undo it and just use it like a chapstick and just apply it to your nick. Its formulation contains argan oil, aloe vera, vitamin E, tea tree oil, and jojoba which is great for your skin, it helps to sterilize that nick and cut without using alcohol which is bad for your skin and your face. So how exactly should you use a styptic balm once you have a nick and cut? First of all, once you notice you have a nick and cut either because you see a bleeding or you feel it, stop shaving. put your shaver down, clean it with water, and then immediately use the styptic balm and apply it to your face. Rub it around a little bit on it, make sure you look at it in the mirror and leave it on there and wait until it stops bleeding. Once you have done that, you can lather up again and continue to finish your shave. Ideally, you apply Glyder on the nicks and cuts area once you're done with your shave and before you go into your post shave routine. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Most Popular videos: How to accept a compliment - https://youtu.be/_EKXNmM1PUo 101 things that change when you dress up - https://youtu.be/JyGDd_iYaCI How to tie a Bow Tie - https://youtu.be/2I3cfa0BOOc --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2h6E8oC Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2tInf5a Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2h6E8oC
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Gazette Special - Narvik (1940)

Gazette Special - Narvik (1940)

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2014
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Full title reads: "Gazette Special - Narvik". Narvik, Norway. VS. Good shots of British Royal Navy destroyers (including HMS Warspite) advancing into Narvik Fjord under fire and firing themselves on the gun batteries lining the snow covered fjord and on the German ships lying the fjord. GVs. of the fjord showing British destroyers and the wrecks of German merchant and warships destroyed by the British attacks. N.B. Film has some scratches on it. Around Ten German ships were sunk in this early Naval engagement. FILM ID:1043.08 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Morris Gazette (1950-1959)

Morris Gazette (1950-1959)

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2014
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Title - Pan of the Morris boat. Boat on Thames at Marlow. Boat on various locations on the Thames. The boat is renowned for its shallow draft and small amount of wash created. Boat going through canal. Boat en-route to shipping dock, shown at various points of its journey through small towns. Boat being put onto truck. Various shots. Elephants carrying people in India, which is where the boat is destined for. Title - 'Any Old Iron' Close-up of quarryman, Mr. Hale. Miniature train pulling goods from quarry. Interior of train showing an old 'Bullnosed' Morris engine. Various shots of train apparatus. Title - Anymore for the Shore Boat sailing across shore. Yachts sailing. Sailors untying and lowering boat. Sailor sitting in a boat. Shot of engine. Various shots of boat sailing around harbour in a clockwise fashion. Title - Faster than the Wind (Utah, United States of America) Morris mechanics working on a land-speed record car. Driver getting into the car. Driver guiding car across the 'measured mile' The driver (Captain Easton) getting out of car after time-trial. Title - Fire Fire! Two men pulling firefighting equipment through narrow streets inaccessible to larger fire engines. Two men unravelling equipment. Men holding apparatus in place and spraying top floor window. Pump being used by six fire fighters at once, due to its large 'Morris engine' Pan across buildings being drenched by pumps. Machine being dragged off by two men through narrow street. Pump in field (designed to fight oil and petrol fires) Man putting out fire through cutting off air source and blanketing it with foam. Various shots of the pump, creating a snow-like effect as it puts out the fire. Title - A.R.P Horlicks factory. Men wearing gas-masks pull pump machine through street. Men unravelling apparatus from the pump. Various people holding 'Gas' signs whilst walking down steps, they come down the steps and sweep the street, various shot. Fireman signalling alarm. Staff coming out of Horlicks building in evacuation process and going down into underground gas-proof shelters. Shot of lighting plant powered by a Morris motor. Shot of staff in the dugout sitting around table. Title - The Little Giant Men ferrying timber in stock yard. Timber being transported by the means of a tow tractor (this vehicle is powered) Commentary declares 'in appearance it is a midget, but in reality it is a giant' Shot of motor. Various shots of vehicle in action around stockyard. Title - Floating Power Plant Surrey Commercial Docks 'a hospital for the ships and dredgers that have become damaged'. Dredger at work in the docks. Various shots of Dredger. Harland & Wolff Plant. Shot from inside boat. Boat being tied up. Connection of welding cable. Cable being unravelled. Shot of Morris Navigator Marine Engine (which powers the boat) Various shots of men welding. FILM ID:2729.03 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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What Men's Clothing Brands Are Worth Their Price - #askGG - No. 4 Gentleman's Gazette

What Men's Clothing Brands Are Worth Their Price - #askGG - No. 4 Gentleman's Gazette

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  • Updated: 28 Apr 2017
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Recording of Q & A live session from April 28, 2017 on the GG Youtube Channel. It was all about brands and which ones I would buy or skip. Here are the questions that were answered: 00:34 What do you think of Charles Tyrwhitt shirts and shorts? 01:34 What do you think of the quality of Ralph Lauren OCBD's? ​02:48 What do you think of the shoe brand ace marks? Blake stitch for 300$ I ask because a lot of youtubers like rmrs and alpha m are promoting, it but they don't seem worth it. 03:43 What do you think of Loding shoes? 04:20 What do you think about Loake? 05:09 thoughts on berluti??? 05:52 What are your thoughts on Suitsupply? I’ve started with them and built a wardrobe but now find myself looking higher end. 07:45 What do you think of Brooks Brothers 08:29 I’m buying my first pair of dress shoes, what do you think of Meermin shoes? 09:42 Are you familiar with the magninni brand of shoe? ​09:48 Have you tried Luxire? 10:30 I’m looking at a Belvest. Are they good suits? 11:27 Best brand for affordable loafers under € 150? 11:53 Have you looked at Hackett clothing? ​13:00 What do you think of Paul Evans shoes? 13:36 What is your opinion on carmina shoes? 14:08 what do you think about Hugo Boss? 15:30 What are the best preppy brands? 15:38 What are your thoughts about Men's Wearhouse? ​16:11 Thought on RL Purple Label? And where to buy? ​17:18 What are some good affordable brands for polo shirts? 17:32 What is your opinion on the MTM suits of Indochino? Pro's - con's, service, quality, overall opinion? 18:16 Thoughts on classic Gucci horsebits? Is the quality today too low to be considered an investment? 18:54 What do you think about Van Heusen 19:33 what are your thoughts on American shoebrands such as Allen Edmonds and Alden? 21:22 what is your favorite brand for a white dress shirt and why? 22:02 What do you think of Cole Haan shoes? ​22:16 Thoughts on Carlos Santos or Vass? 22:51 Thoughts about shoepassion? 23:37 What about Hickey Freeman? ​24:01 Thoughts about J. Press? ​24:25 What are your thoughts on teens buying aldo dress shoes & boots 24:52 What do you think of online MTM suits and shirts from Black Lapel? 25:51 ​what are your thoughts on the brand Sperry for boat shoes 26:09 What do you think about Italian suit brands? Gagliardi, Lanieri, Angelico and so on? 27:48 Do you think Salvatore Ferragamo Tramezza is overpriced? 27:55 thoughts on Lock & Co hatters? 28:35 Have you heard of Eton Shirts? I see a lot about them online ​30:00 Crockett & Jones vs Edward Green tassel loafers? Is EG worth almost double the price 30:51 What do you think of The Tie Bar for ties and pocket squares?? 31:04 What to you think of suits from J. Crew? 31:30 whats your favorite tailor on the Savile Row? ​32:32 What is your opinion on Combatant gentleman suits? would you recommend them? 32:56 what do you think about Hawes & Curtis shirts? ​33:13 Did you try Velasca shoes? Specifically their Belgian Loafers. 33:34 What do you think about suits from Ede & Ravenscroft? ​34:06 Olymp shirts. I like them. What do you think of this German brand. 34:27 Do you like Castangia? 34:48 What are your thoughts on Barbour? 35:09 what do you think about Tom Ford ​36:47 Burberry vs Aquascutum trenches? ​37:14 do you have a brand for really tall people (2m02/6'7ft) 38:16 Any thoughts on Pierre Cardin? ​38:58 Any opinion about Thomas Bird shoes? Particularly their wholecuts. Get a notification on your phone and email when you subscribe to our channel (make sure to check that little bell after you subscribe). In the meantime, get a copy of our eBook How To Avoid The 15 Most Common Style Mistakes https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/newsletter-sign-up/?utm_campaign=social-lead-gen&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube&utm_content=askgg&utm_term=youtube-description
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Sunglasses Guide For Men

Sunglasses Guide For Men

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  • Updated: 06 Aug 2016
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For a more comprehensive guide to Men's Sunglasses, click here: http://gentl.mn/sunglasses-guide-for-men Why do we wear sunglasses in the first place? Basically, there are two reasons. On the one end, they protect our eyes from bright light and UV rays. On the other hand, they add personal style and flair to our outfits. How did we come up with sunglasses, to begin with? If you go back in history, you will see that people actually had Ivory bone glasses with a little slit so the snow wasn't so bright in their eyes. If you look at Romans in ancient Chinese, they used smoked quartz or stones to filter the light that reach their eyes. In 1752, someone added tinted lenses into spectacle frames. In 1936, polarized lenses first appeared and they filtered the polarizing light from horizontal surfaces so you had fewer sparkles. By the 1980's, top gun came around and everybody wanted aviator sunglasses. So what do sunglasses do? First of all, they darken the light that reaches your face. Second, they filter UVA and UVB rays. Ideally, sunglasses should have a UV400 label because it filters the maximum amount in sunglasses. Cheap lenses often suffer from visual distortion. A higher quality lens has more contrast and usually they have better lens scratch resistant coating. Probably the best sunglass lenses out there come from Zeiss, today. Bausch and Lomb also had really high-quality lenses and you can usually recognize them by a little BL on the side of the sunglasses. They were actually bought by RayBan and today, the quality has suffered. Another quality maker of lenses is Randolph Engineering, the ones I'm wearing right here and it often comes with polarizing lenses and the colors pop really well. One thing that's really popular these days is polarized lenses on sunglasses. It means that light that is reflected from the horizontal surface such as water, or highway, is filtered out and so when you look through something and you look at the sea, you don't see these water sparkles, you just see a flat surface. So, how should sunglasses fit? They should cover your eyes and sit as closely to your eye as possible. Next up, let's talk about sunglass materials. 95% of sunglasses today are injection molded and they're made with plastic. They're not super durable and they also feel cheap. A much better version is acetate.First of all, you create and entire block which is then cut into sheets out of which sunglasses are made. Acetate can be very clear, have these nice sparkles and you will never get it with an injection molding. They're also hand-polished. Metal sunglasses are particularly nice during very hot weather because the frame always feels cooler but of course, there are different materials. Very lightweight options include titanium alloys, you can have nickel alloys. A luxury material for sunglasses is a genuine water buffalo horn, it's a wonderful material because not only does it look excellent, but it also adapts to your body temperature so it's never too warm or too cool. Water Buffalo horn is not very flexible so it's really only used in custom or bespoke sunglasses. Next up is tortoise shell. Back in the day, it was actually made from a real tortoise.Today, it is illegal to use tortoise shell to make actual products, however, if you can prove that the tortoise shell is from pre-1973, and you have the right certificates, you can still use them. In recent years, wood has been introduced to the sunglasses market. To me, it doesn't feel right on my temples, on my skin, and I much rather prefer acetate or horn. Also, most wooden sunglasses today are made in China. Sunglass do's and don'ts: 1. You should never look directly at the sunlight because it hurts your eyes. 2. Don't wear sunglasses at night unless you have a medical condition because it makes you look like you're trying too hard. 3. Take off your sunglasses indoors. 4. If you go for a classic look, avoid white sunglasses because there's too much of a contrast and it looks odd. 5. Avoid wearing sunglasses with any kind of formal wear such as black tie or white tie. 6. Invest in a pair of sunglasses that suit your face. At the end of the day, you should always buy the best kind of sunglass material and lenses you can afford. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2aBWtY9 Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2b0DFla https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2aBWtY9
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The Paphos Ghost Ship - wreck off Cyprus coast - 16 years later....new video

The Paphos Ghost Ship - wreck off Cyprus coast - 16 years later....new video

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The M/V Demetrios II was a cargo ship, built in 1964 by J. J. Sietas, at their shipbuilding yard in Hamburg-Neuenfelde, Germany. The Honduran-flagged ship ran aground off Paphos Lighthouse on 23 March 1998 in heavy seas, during a voyage from Greece to Syria with a cargo of timber. At the time of the accident, the ship had eight crew members - 4 Greeks, 2 Pakistanis and 2 Syrians. The crew were rescued and airlifted to the safety of Paphos by a British Military Helicopter. It was subsequently confirmed in the Lloyd's List that the competency certificates for the Greek Captain and the Pakistani first officer were forgeries. The wreck can clearly be seen whilst travelling along the main Paphos to Coral Bay Road. This video was shot on Saturday 29th March, 2014
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The Bennu Gazette - Subscriber Interview - Jorge Eager 2017

The Bennu Gazette - Subscriber Interview - Jorge Eager 2017

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Watch David Goddard interviewing a friend, Student and Bennu Gazette reader, Jorge Eager. The interview takes place inside Jorge's own sacred space - that's why it's a little bit dark... David and Jorge talk about what the Bennu Gazette and what a ageless wisdom you can discover inside the monthly pages of The Bennu Gazette. To subscribe to The Bennu Gazette, click here. For U.S.A. Shipping addresses: https://risingphoenix.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/Bennu-Gazette-USAv1 Shipping addresses outside the U.S.A: https://risingphoenix.infusionsoft.com/app/orderForms/Bennu-Gazette-Internationalv1
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Chukka Boots & Desert Boot Guide

Chukka Boots & Desert Boot Guide

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Learn all about the versatile Chukka boot, its hallmark features, How To Wear it, What to Look For When You Buy It, and what mistakes to avoid. Click here to get to the full Chukka Boot Guide: http://gentl.mn/chukka-desert-boots The term Chukka is derived from the Hindi word ‘chukkar’ meaning ‘circle’ or ‘turn’. What makes a Chukka boot a Chukka boot? First of all, a chukka boot has ankle height, it has three eyelets on each side or two. - Moreover, you always want a rounded toe box, not too pointy, not too boxy but nicely rounded. - Another main characteristic of the Chukka boot is the suede leather. - A chukka boot is always made in two parts. For one, the Vamp and the Quarters which come together for open lacing system. - Another hallmark of a Chukka boot is a leather sole that is thin. Sometimes, you can also see a crepe sole which is natural rubber and that is definitely more casual. - Traditionally, the chukka boots are unlined but in this day and age, you often find them lined with a regular leather lining. HISTORY: It's safe to say that the chukka boot originated in India when English players played the polo game and they will wear the shoe to play polo. Subsequently, this boot found its way to the public and to the west and it became particularly popular because of the then Prince of Wales and later Duke of Windsor who just wore this boot and was soon picked up by all the media and press. You may have heard of the word 'desert boot' and basically, it's exactly a Chukka boot with a crepe sole. The most well known manufacturer is Clarks from the UK and today they make desert boots in all kinds of leather colors and they are rather fashion forward and they usually retail it between 1650 dollars. Originally, the Chukka boot came from the Polo fields but today, it is much more versatile. You can wear it with a suit, or just with a casual combination or even just with a shirt and some slacks. I found them particularly suitable for fall because the suede texture just fits in with all the other textures of your jacket, maybe your vest, your tie and your shirt and it's a great fall mood all around. Just like with all shoes, the thinner the soles, the more elegant it is. So if you know that you just want to have a shoe for rugged outfits, try to get a chukka boot with a thicker sole otherwise, I would argue to go with a rather thin sole so you can wear it with suits and basically any type of garment. Desert boots often are just rougher, have a thicker sole, especially the crepe sole, if that is more of your style, that's okay but then specifically choose desert boot over the traditional chukka boot. In terms of color, brown or dark brown is really the best that most traditional , classic color of this shoe. Sometimes, you can also find it in tan, I can also see navy or dark green but if you start out and if you want a boot that is very versatile, stick with dark brown suede. You'll even find chukka boots with contrast stitching and while that looks pretty cool, it's quite limiting. The problem is it's irreversible so you can't really wear it with a suit, instead what I do is I wear colorful shoelaces from Fort Belvedere. Yellow or in red to mix things up and dress my chukka boot down and if I want more formal outfit, I go with tone and tone dark laces with my chukka boots so I can wear it with a navy suit for example. Overall, the chukka boot is a really versatile boot, can be worn with corduroy, jeans, khakis, dress pants and suits, even dark suits and you will hardly notice the difference to a regular dark brown shoe. The suede texture is particularly nice for fall and if you're just starting out with your boot collection, this is definitely one of the top contenders to look at. ======================================= To never miss any of our videos again, sign up here for free: http://bit.ly/1N5G2Ks Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette ======================================= Gentleman's Gazette http://gentl.mn/1VserKf http://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/gentlemansgazette Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gentlemansgazette/ FREE EBOOK: http://bit.ly/1N5G2Ks
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Britain From The Air - Various Towns (1924)

Britain From The Air - Various Towns (1924)

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Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Bristol and other British locations. Title: "SEE BRITAIN FROM THE AIR. Following our wonderful Aerial Pictures of London and in response to innumerable requests from Patrons ..." Title: " ... and here's Durham Cathedral"! Fabulous aerial shot of Durham, cathedral and River Wear. Title: "Newport - its miles of Docks and giant transporter". Aerial shot of estuary and dock at Newport, presumably main port of Isle of Wight. Title: "Now Liverpool and its wonderful Port and shipping". Aerial shot of Liverpool, includes good view of the building with the Liver birds and the railway station. Excellent views of liners and cargo ships in dock. Title: " ... on to Glasgow and the great ship - building yards on the Clyde". Aerial shots of docks - lots of half-constructed ships covered in scaffolding. Good view of cars on a bridge over the River Clyde. Title: " ... and here's Edinburgh and the World famous Fourth [sic] Bridge". Aerial view of a cathedral, the castle and the Greek columns on top of Carlton Hill. Title: "The Forth Bridge - great Monument of British Engineering skill". Great aerial shot of the Forth Bridge. More aerial views of major British towns and cities. Title: SEE NEWCASTLE FROM THE AIR. PATHE GAZETTE takes pleasure in presenting these unique pictures taken by our own Staff Cameraman". Aerial shots of the docks at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, good view of the River Tyne. Aerial shot of the city. Title: "Leeds - the great manufacturing city". Aerial shot of Leeds - smoke billows out of factory chimneys, lots of rows of terrace houses - very industrial. Title: "To York and its grand old Minster - true type of Britain and her glorious history". Excellent aerial shots of the cathedral - York Minster and the surrounding houses and river. Title: "SEE NEWCASTLE FROM THE AIR. PATHE GAZETTE takes pleasure in presenting these unique pictures taken by our own Staff Cameraman". More aerial shots of Newcastle - similar to those in record a. Title: "SEE GLASGOW FROM THE AIR. PATHE GAZETTE takes pleasure in presenting these unique pictures taken by our own Staff Cameraman". More aerial shots of the docks at Glasgow - similar to those in record a. More aerial shots of major British towns and cities. Title: "SEE LIVERPOOL FROM THE AIR. PATHE GAZETTE takes pleasure in presenting these unique pictures taken by our own Staff Cameraman". Aerial shot going over the River Mersey with the Liver building in the sight. Good view of ships in dock - including a tall ship. Great aerial views of factories with smokey chimneys and railway lines. Title: "BRITAIN - FROM THE AIR. Owing to enormous interest in our wonderful aerial views of London - PATHE GAZETTE now presents exclusive pictures of other great Cities". Title: "Here's Cardiff ..." Aerial shot of railway lines and rows of houses in Cardiff. Good view of grand civic building - a university perhaps? More general views of Cardiff. Title: "SEE LEEDS FROM THE AIR. PATHE GAZETTE takes pleasure in presenting these unique pictures taken by our own Staff Cameraman". Good aerial shots of Leeds: especially clear shots of rows of 'Coronation Street' style houses and factories. Note: this last section seems to be an amalgamation of versions specially aimed at regional audiences. For aerial shots of London from this year please refer to SO THIS IS LONDON also in Gazette issue G 1046. *NB: British Pathe website user has reported that the town is actually Newport - Gwent (Monmouthshire at that time). The transporter bridge is still in existence - but the docks are rather reduced. Amendment June 2011: Somebody wrote in to suggest that this is Newport Monmouthshire with its famous transporter bridge. In Cardiff the City Hall and National Museum of Wales are visible. This dates the film to after late 1920s. FILM ID:326.07 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Protecting Our Shipping (1940)

Protecting Our Shipping (1940)

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Full title reads: "Protecting Our Shipping". Dover, Kent. VS. of barrage balloons flying from the harbour and from ships in the harbour mouth at Dover. LS Pan across barrage balloons. FILM ID:1053.24 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Salvage Saves Shipping  (1943)

Salvage Saves Shipping (1943)

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Title reads: "M of I - Government Official". Ministry of Information cartoon trailer - Salvage Saves Shipping. Animated sequence: lighthouse keeper looks through telescope as sees a cargo ship taking coal to Newcastle. He looks through the telescope as sees cargo ship carrying scrap to England. Various discarded domestic items are shown lying around house, we see them transforming into useful items thanks to salvage and recycling: books turn into mortar shell, slippers turn into gas mask, saucepan into knife, bones into glue and grease, food scraps into livestock food. More shots lighthouse. NB: item part of Gazette issue 43/44. FILM ID:2915.21 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Nothing Like JohnXDave Shipping

Nothing Like JohnXDave Shipping

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  • Updated: 02 Dec 2012
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Magazine Update and Contest - Gold and Gem Gazette

Magazine Update and Contest - Gold and Gem Gazette

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The update for http://www.GoldandGemgazette.com
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Coastal Command Wreck Nazi Shipping (1944)

Coastal Command Wreck Nazi Shipping (1944)

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Item title reads - Coastal command wreck nazi shipping. Norway. M/S of R.A.F. (Royal Air Force) Mosquitos in flight. Aerial shots of nazi shipping in a Norwegian fjord. L/S Mosquitos in formation. M/S Mosquito peeling off to dive. Aerial views of Mosquito aircraft diving to attack enemy shipping. Rockets and cannons are fired and hit their targets, various shots. Aerial of formation of Mosquitos returning over the shores of England from an operation. FILM ID:1370.23 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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Phuket Gazette raided by  Thai Labor Ministry = Pure Corruption

Phuket Gazette raided by Thai Labor Ministry = Pure Corruption

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Phuket government officials raid the Magee's Phuket Gazette's office. The Phuket Gazette ran a story about foreign child laborers working in slave like conditions on Phuket island, there are thousands of illegal laborers on Phuket and they are often the victims of extortion. A few days after the story was printed minibus loads of officials from Phuket's labor department starting coming on a daily basis to "investigate" the reporters and editors at the Phuket Gazette's offices. Notice the very large unzipped handbag that Janya Yingyong likes to drop on people's desks while reciting her scripts - in the video she is speaking Thai saying things like: "I am above the Thai police." "I go to all the police stations on Phuket island and know all the police here." "I have everyone's personal files at my home." "I will investigate everyone, I know that there must be something wrong" "Are you afraid?" The article first appearer on Monday, October 6, 2008 on the web then on the 10th in print Child Labor in Phuket shames Junta PHUKET: Burmese daily newspaper True News was ordered by the Press Scrutiny and Registration Board of Myanmar to suspend publication for two months, following its publication on September 30 of a large image depicting a Burmese child working on a construction site in Phuket. Mr Yeni, News Editor at The Irrawaddy, told the Gazette that, An anonymous freelancer in Rangoon told us that the censorship board has ordered True News to suspend publication for two months due to a front page photograph that ran a caption reading: A Burmese child working on a construction site in Phuket, Thailand. Apparently the editors of True News were found guilty of not sending clear draft layouts to the Press Scrutiny Board. Another Rangoon source said that True News had submitted the layouts, but the Board failed to censor the photo. Major Tint Swe, head of the censorship board, was then reportedly scolded by Information Minister Kyaw Hsan for the oversight, said Mr Yeni. The editors and reporters of True News are now afraid to give interviews with anyone outside Myanmar. We are unable to find out where, exactly, the construction site is in Phuket. We are very interested in covering stories about Burmese migrants in Phuket. The Junta are paranoid and strange. The Burmese regime is not like any other government; they focus only on how to control media, especially when they work with journalists outside Myanmar. With the exploitation of child laborers, the Junta feel that they have been exposed for lacking care for their own citizens. Later this year we plan to visit Phuket ourselves, he added. There will be a lot for them to report on here. The plight of Burmese workers in Phuket is well known to island residents. They are commonly seen huddled into the back of trucks and at squalid workers camps across the island. The camps have mushroomed on the back of a real estate boom driven largely by foreign investment in recent years. The situation made international headlines earlier this year when 54 unregistered workers suffocated in the back of a truck in Ranong while en route to a construction site in Phuket. A crackdown followed, and on June 11 former Kathu policeman Decho Kaewnabon was gunned down in front of his Patong home in a murder that remains unsolved. Decho, dismissed from the force for involvement in Burmese labor rings, allegedly continued in the business. His murder is widely seen as a silencing killing ordered by other influential traffickers. There have also been numerous extortion attempts made against Burmese workers and those who employ them, often by people posing as government officials. One registered Burmese worker who resisted an extortion attempt was shot in the face and killed in Kathu on March 30. Although there were many witnesses, that case also remains unsolved. visit http://www.phuketgazette.net/dailynews/index.asp?id=6837 to read the original, at first it looked like the Phuket Gazette was shaming the Burmese Junta; in the end it turned out to be a double whammy with the Phuket Employment Department also being shamed for their practices. Records show that many islanders had filed complaints at Provincial Hall against the Labor Department but they were not taken seriously. The head of Phuket labor - Nattaya in the green shirt - has since been transferred to Phang Nga and the new head Khun Decha requested that these highlights be uploaded to Youtube as a deterrent to other officials that may be led astray. Khun Decha stated that Janya Yingyong has now been transferred to an inactive post . Many Phuket millionaires sadly now sleep in homes built by illegal Burmese child laborers.
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First ship of 2013 arrives in Green Bay

First ship of 2013 arrives in Green Bay

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Wednesday, April 3: The Great Lakes freighter Alpena was the first arrival to the port of Green Bay for the 2013 shipping season.
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