Archive for January, 2015

Jan
30

Three Simple Basketball Gift Ideas That Are Sure to be Crowd Pleasers

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Super Bowl Sunday serves as a reminder that the winter sports season is coming to a close, which means other winter sports such as hockey and basketball will also be winding down soon. However, that doesn’t mean it’s time to throw in the towel. Far from it! Why not give your team a competitive edge and celebrate all of their hard work and dedication by giving custom basketball team gifts?

Personalized or custom gifts are particularly special due to their added element of sentimentality. This personal touch is designed to inspire, and will always hold special meaning. You can incorporate this element into the design of your custom gifts for a truly unique and memorable present. Continue Reading | No Comments

Jan
29

Monster Halibut Caught in Alaska Last Year Wasn’t a World Record Because of Technicalities

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Most people who go on fishing trips in Alaska hope to make the catch of a lifetime. After all, many of the fish in Alaska are absolutely huge. However, they probably don’t expect to catch something that could be described as “titanic,” or called a leviathan, which is exactly one one angler did a few months ago.

Jack McGuire, a 77-year-old angler hailing from Anaheim, California managed to land a 482-pound halibut in July of 2014.

What’s more surprising than his actual catch is the fact that it doesn’t count as a world record. According to the rules of the International Game Fish Association, which maintains the international record book, no tools other than a net or a gaffe are allowed to be used for landing a fish.