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Summer is in full swing, we have boat parties, wet t-shirt contest and coolers packed with beer! We have had some interesting things happening, we have found our selves knee deep into the world of subscribers who have been asking us for some local parties through out the country. We do plan on it, and we are in talks with people in Miami, Atlanta, and L.A. - If you would like to host a BAMF Party, contact us, we would love to do a model scout and even bring a magazine cover model to your event for sure....we live for this. We had a blast shooting our cover model Lauren Cupp, she is a breath of fresh air, and has some big... uh... dreams, yeah. We look forward to seeing her strut her bad BAMF self at our parties in the future. Make sure you add us on our social media, so you can find our next evetns. http://www.bamfmagazine.com


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The Social Bonds that hold us all together…do we need a super hero? The American Dream was best described for most Americans through the superman comic strip which appeared in 1932. This coincidentally was around the same time the Great Depression hit. “Truth, Justice and the American Way.” We seek a “great man/woman” a super hero, when our lives are out of control and beyond repair by our own means. It is when the government, the environment or situations which seem to come at us and we are left feeling weak and helpless, we as a society have often turned to the pages, and now movies and shows of beings who have powers to defeat evil with powers far beyond our own. Let’s begin by examining the mismatch between the American Dream in the light of the decrease in economic mobility associated with a concomitant increase in inequality. James Truslow Adams, a historian often credited with popularizing the phrase ‘American Dream’ says this about our collective dream:

It has been a dream of being able to grow to fullest development as man and woman, unhampered by the barriers which had slowly been erected in the older civilizations, unrepressed by social orders which had


developed for the benefit of classes rather than for the simple human being of any and every class. The American Dream rejects the origins of birth as the determinant of life chances. It credits hard work, talent and initiative as legitimate factors for achievement, while rejecting family background as the primary determinant of life outcomes. This ethos strongly views economic mobility — the movement from one’s socio-economic origins to upper or lower levels — in high regard. Simultaneously, increases in inequality in our society have historically been tolerated as long as equal opportunity provides for economic mobility. In this context the finding that economic mobility has slowed considerably weakens the collective sense, the social bond, the glue that holds us together, increasing polarization and feelings of alienation. All sustainable societies are held together by common value and belief systems. When those common belief and value systems are questioned one can expect disequilibrium, an imbalance in what we believe to be true and reality. The history of civilizations reveals the adverse impacts of this cognitive dissonance, manifesting itself in further economic, social and political problems. In extreme cases the vacuum in a common belief and value system is replaced by a super hero (the great man theory), providing a new vision that promises a return to past glory. I don’t believe we are close to that extreme outcome, but for the first time in my life I can viscerally understand how it could happen. Could inequality and accompanying lack of mobility lead to violence? I have learned I am not alone in believing this possible outcome, a view held by many noted authorities. So what will happen to us when we are left broken, when we are left helpless and our super hero does not come and save us. Most tend to put our politicians in the light of either savior, or villain. We “occupy” we justify, argue for or against a policy or law, agenda and system to the death. We have to temper this with the understanding that we as a people are the super hero, a collective of thought. With the Social Media at our disposal, we will become more of a global community with thoughts, hopes and dreams.


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When I first heard of the “Dark Custom” I was a little skeptical, because one of the things over the past few years was not very exciting or very innovative for me with Harley. I have always been a fan, but nothing has drawn me in. Made me WANT to buy a bike, but... that has changed. Harley-Davidson has chosen to make new bike announcements gradually. Usually we’ll hear about most of next year’s models around July, but then a couple more releases will come in the dead of winter. A close look at the the nuts and bolts of the FXS are similar to other Softails. It uses a fuel-injected 96B V-twin engine with a six-speed Cruise Drive transmission and rear belt drive. This combo moves this 682-pounder down the road just fine. But the differences between this Softail and the others in the lineup are where the FXS shines. Lots of detail work went into making this powertrain distinctive. From the top down, the rocker box covers are gloss black, the cylinder heads feature a silver powdercoat finish, and the cylinders are finished in black powdercoat. The crankcase has a wrinkled black finish, and gloss black powdercoat covers the outer primary cover and transmission side cover. Other parts such as the derby, cam, and air cleaner covers are featured in mirror chrome. The finished product is impressive-looking, to say the least. An old-school chrome round air cleaner cover lends the bike an overall minimalist look. The engine package is carried in a new Black Denim powdercoated frame with matching swingarm. Up front hangs a FX conventional front end with black powdercoat triple clamps and black fork lowers. The real eye-catching centerpiece of the bike is the new Split Drag internally wired handlebar arrangement, which mounts directly to the top triple clamp. The instrument gauge is nestled deep between the two downturned bars. The left bar is separate from the right and looks like no other in the Harley lineup. For function, I find the overall width of the bars too narrow, and they don’t provide much leverage for maneuvering the bike. But they get big styling points. A by-product of the narrow bars is that they place the mirrors too far inboard and only provided a clear view of my elbows. Any look to the rear required me to tuck in my arms and crane my neck to see what was back there. Without a doubt, the new handlebars are a form-over-function decision. However, by the time you read this, H-D’s P&A department will have wider bars and other accessories available.

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Ok, so lets get this out of the way.. Call of Duty, Black Ops rocked what is better that Black Ops? Black Ops 2. Is this Battlefield 2142? I don’t think so; this is going to be a future look at our world. We won’t be fighting over Oil, but precious and rare earth elements. The stuff that goes into cell phones, our catalytic converters, many of our HDTV’s the stuff that China has most of and we don’t. What we know is that the single-player campaign will feature two connected storylines, one set in the 1970s through 1980s and the other in 2025. The protagonist of Black Ops, Alex Mason returns as the protagonist in the Cold War section, where he will be fighting in proxy wars for the United States in the Cold War. Known locations for this section of the game include multiple sites in Central America and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. This section of the game will also see the rise to infamy of the game’s primary antagonist, Raul Menendez. Mason’s friend and colleague Frank Woods will also return (in spite of the fact he was seemingly killed in Black Ops), and narrate the story into the 2025 section of the game. The 2025 section of the game features as a protagonist David Mason, son of Alex Mason. In it, a new cold war has broken out between China and the United States after China bans the export of rare earth elements following acyberattack that cripples the Chinese Stock Exchange. In this era, war is defined by robotics, cyberwarfare, unmanned vehicles and other modern technology. Taking advantage of this stand-off, Raul Menendez attempts to bring the two powers to a full-blown war by inciting conflicts between the two. Known locations for this section of the game include Los Angeles, Singapore and Socotra, Yemen. In the 2025 section of the game, the player will have access to special ‘Strike Force missions’, that feature permanent death and the outcome of which can affect the course of the campaign’s storyline. It has been hinted at that the side-plot of Viktor Reznov and his relationship with Alex Mason, which began in Black Ops, will be continued in Black Ops II. Strike Force missions

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Black Ops II will be the first Call of Duty video game to feature branching storylines, in which the player’s choice affects both the current mission and in turn, the overall course of the story. The game will feature special ‘Strike Force’ missions that are offered as a choice to the player during the campaign. Choosing one of the missions locks out the others unless the player begins a fresh campaign. Strike Force missions allow the player to control a number of different war assets, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, jet fighters and robots. If the player dies in a Strike Force mission, the campaign continues recording that loss, as opposed to letting the player load a previously saved checkpoint. The player’s progress in the Strike Force missions may go on to change even the plans of the story’s antagonist, Raul Menendez. By the end of the game, the player may have changed the results of the new Cold War, and the player will be shown what could have gone differently. Zombies Treyarch has confirmed that the Zombies mode will return for Black Ops II with its own campaign. Its predecessors were Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops. This is the third time for the Zombies mode to appear in a Call of Duty game, and the first time to have its own campaign along with the main story. Treyarch has also confirmed that Zombies will implement the multiplayer engine, allowing for a deeper community experience along with new game modes. It has also been confirmed that the Zombies mode will support 8 player co-op, unlike Call of Duty: World at War and Call of Duty: Black Ops, which only support 4 player co-op.

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BAMF MAN CAVE So it’s summer, what now.. you have a man cave, stocked with cool gadgets, and what is the evil of technology?! HEAT… we gotta keep you cool, and more importantly the MAN CAVE. We look at some solutions, on how to achieve this. LG LW8010ER – Pros Cools the Whole Room Energy Efficient Cons Hard to install Heavy Best Uses Small Room

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Best IDEA on the planet… the MARSHAL AMP MINI FRIDGE…. Whomever came up with the idea for the Marshall skinned mini-fridge is a god damned genius. On the outside, it looks like the iconic Marshall amp. On the inside, all the beer you can handle. ‘Cause this Marshall’s a fridge. A seriously awesome addition to any man cave, rehearsal room, tattoo shop and the likes. This thing is all about style and style is the BAMF way.

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