Exploring the Unknown

Exploring the Unknown
Representing the 99%!

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Breastfeeding Babies - A Dad's View

Photo © Meet The Fockers
Whether you happen to be Robert De Niro donning fake breasts and attempting to breastfeed his grandson in 2004's "Meet the Fockers"or like the majority you are just an average 'Joe' uncertain of what, if anything, you can do to help your wife whilst she is breastfeeding there are nevertheless things that every father should be aware of. There are inevitably two camps about breastfeeding. There are those that think it is not necessary and than there are others who think it is essential. There are hundreds of books available for women and men stating pros and cons to each side. Thus the purpose here is not to reiterate what has already been written so many times but rather, just as importantly, to discuss what YOU as the father can do to help make whatever decision your better half chooses to make as easy as possible.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Who's There? A Word on Rock The Cause By Percy Hart

Understanding Harley-Davidson's Classification System

Photo © BugSpatteredJacket
What makes Harley-Davidson an exceptional option for many motorcyclists is the endless array of parts and accessories available. Harley-Davidson has released over 30 unique motorcycles for 2011 alone. Harley has developed a system whereby each motorcycle is sub-classed into further sections based on a variety of differences between bikes. Although these differences can be subtle when considering bikes from the same family, nevertheless, it is important to ensure you have the appropriate abbreviation for your bike when ordering parts and accessories.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Who's There? Custom Corbin Seat Review By Lucky Devil

Photos © Corbin Motorcycle Seats
Some reviews are just too good to be left hidden on independent forums. This happens to be one of them. Having owned a Corbin seat for my Suzuki Intruder 1400, I have nothing but praise for them as a product. Lucky Devil, a senior member on the Yamaha FZ 09 Forum has one over me when he decided to ride down to Corbin and have his seat custom made in person! As you know, 99% of OEM motorcycles seats are nothing more than after thoughts for manufacturers. Thankfully, there are companies like Corbin, Mustang and Sargent that cater to our rear ends and help make motorcycling all the more enjoyable. As I continue to struggle with my decision as to which bike to buy, reviews like this help simplify things. Cue Lucky Devil's review...