Meet Alan Hill, the lone resident and current custodian of Detroit's Packard Automotive Plant, a one-time hub of the luxury car industry.
If you told these guys you'd cooked their books they wouldn't run for the tax office, they'd sit at the table licking their lips.
We fluctuate between wanting to burn down the internet and loving its broad-banded guts here at Smith; most of the sweeter moments happen in front of TED.
Steve Tsoukalas has spent the last 45 years looking after a national icon. He glances back over the years on the eve of its 39th anniversary.
Frank, 57, is a judge, which means he’s no sap when it comes to making decisions. We asked him to weigh-up the evidence and share his thoughts about Smith volume two.
Meet Bruce, 56, he's a biomedical engineer, mad inventor, entrepreneur, cauliflower hater and the latest Smith volume two reviewer.
Smith is now on the racks and in the hands of good folks everywhere. We figured we'd throw out a few copies to some wiser guys, men who have been there and done that. First up is Phil, 71, mechanic:
There's a lot to love about Saturdays and Sundays, but Melbourne's Richmond Weekender formalises this via a restaurant, cinema and Southern-style BBQ colab in an former TV studio by the river.
On Monday March 12 you should see Smith sitting proudly on the racks at your local newsagent, and here's a few reasons why you might like to pick it up.
Modern society might favour the man of action over the man of contemplation, but Susan Cain argues for the latter.
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