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How to Make Your GoPro Footage Actually Look Good
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 23rd, 2017
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Every man and his dog has a GoPro. That's fine, its fantastic that people are so determined to capture moments in their lives and share them with friends. To go outside and doing something even just slightly interesting. To be a hero.Let's back up a bit. Does anyone truly believe that tagline? It's ingenious marketing nonetheless, it gives ordinary peopl

Motors
Tesla’s Model S P100D Now World’s Fastest at 0-60 MPH in 2.28 Seconds
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 22nd, 2017
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If Tesla hadn't done enough to warrant our attention recently, it definitely has now. Their top shelf, high performance version of the popular Model S, the P100D, just keeps on smashing record after record. It has now officially knocked off its competitors as the fastest 0-60 mph production car on the market today.A recent update on the P100D, literal

Motors
Aston Martin Vulcan Set to Race in Australia Next Month
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 20th, 2017
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Next month's Clipsal 500 street race in Adelaide is going to get a very expensive and exclusive special guest - the Aston Martin Vulcan.The $4 million dollar beast is one of only 24 ever manufactured by the British supercar powerhouse and will be the only Vulcan to ever make an appearance in Australia.Its owner, motorsport legend and Australian bu

People
Trudeau Calls Out Trump’s Alpha Handshake – Shows Who’s Boss
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 13th, 2017
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The two couldn't be more different. Somehow, Donald Trump and Justin Trudeau have come to be in corresponding positions of power in two very close - but clearly very different - countries.It was about time then, that the two met face to face, and trust Canada's almost hero-like PM to call out Trump on his questionable handshake that has taken the spotl

Life & Style
Beckham’s Go-To Style Trick You Can Pull Off Anytime, Anywhere
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 13th, 2017
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Has your style game hit a wall? It happens to all of us every now and then. You might have the freshest clothes but you always seem to fall into the same trap when dressing to impress.Too often we'll go for alternate colour schemes when choosing our outfits for dinner parties, nights out or those all important BBQ's at the in-law's. Does the standard

Travel
Mondrian Hotel London – Inside The British Capital’s Slickest Five Star All-Rounder
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 7th, 2017
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The Hotel:Mondrian LondonThe Location:Sea Containers, Southbank, London, United KingdomThe Vibe:Modern sophistication meets a 1920’s cruise linerThe Rate:From AUD $390 p/nHere at Boss Hunting we’re aiming to build up a list of reliable, go-to accommodation options - just as much for our own benefit, as for yours – for wh

Sport
Chinanu Onuaku Sinks Two Underarm Free Throws on His NBA Debut
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 5th, 2017
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I guess it doesn't matter how it's done, as long as it gets done, right?Houston Rockets centre Chinanu Onuaku thought the same in a recent game against the Phoenix Suns, sinking two free throws by simply lobbing it in - underarm. Not to mention, it was during his NBA debut after being bumped up from his Louisville college team.NBA legend Rick Barry

Travel
8 Tips To Help You Travel Like A Boss
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 5th, 2017
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As the majority of us hail from God’s country, we know all too well that there are very few places we can get to by plane in under 4 hours.If consistently ridiculous long-haul flights are the only price we have to pay for the privilege, we’ll cop it. Meanwhile, we may as well nail the international travel game down to a fine art in the hope to miti

Travel
Next Time in LA: Cruise the Pacific Coast Highway in a Mustang Convertible
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 27th, 2016
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LA is LA. In many ways, the initials speak for themselves. Some may like it, with its grandiose associations and booming metropolis. Others, like myself, aren’t its number one fan.So, when faced with a quick two-day trip to the City of Angels, I decided to change it up from my usual go-to digs and head out to Santa Monica. Don’t get me wrong, it’s

Sport
Go 360 Degree Skiing with the Armada Ski Team
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 21st, 2016
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Ski videos are cool, we've come across some gnarly clips during our time that we just couldn't help but share with you. 360 degree videos also catch our eye every now and again.So, when the Armada boys put together a ripper interactive 360 degree skiing edit, it was already a given you'd find an article on it from us.Watch Sammy Carlson, Tanner Hall

Travel
10 James Bond Locations You Can Easily Add to Your Next Trip
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 21st, 2016
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Globe-trotting British agent James Bond has travelled the world over on 24 official outings as Her Majesty's top spy. More often than not, his escapades are more achievable that you'd commonly think, with countless destinations scattered across every corner of the world.These are just a few of our top spots from the biggest film franchise in the worl

Travel
These Are The World’s Most Powerful Passports
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 16th, 2016
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We love seamless travel here at Boss Hunting. Quite often we have huge flight times only to be met by an unenthusiastic immigration official at our destination making us wish we'd picked the other line. You'd be surprised how much your country's passport can influence the minds of any official in that first second when you hand it over.In collaboration w

Business
Townske: The Sydney Startup Changing The Travel Game
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 12th, 2016
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If we had to count the number of times we’ve landed in a city, only to be stuck for a good local coffee to get us through the jetlag besides shitty chains like Starbucks, we’d have enough hole-punched free brews to sort our coffee needs for the next 6 months. As it turns out, Aussie mates Joe Vuong and Dan Clark had that same problem on a business trip

Life & Style
10 Boxes Your Wingman Needs to Tick
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 12th, 2016
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Your wingman is a reflection of yourself. They can be similar to you or opposite, but either way, their personality has to complement yours in some way. They can fill in the gaps where yours lacks, or reinforce yours when two of the same are put together. Regardless, equality is key here.You may differ in many ways, namely the traits and charisma you h

Travel
The First Non-Stop Perth To London Flight is Coming in 2018
  • by John McMahon
  • Dec 11th, 2016
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There has been much speculation surrounding which route Qantas would choose for their slick new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, and it seems that we now know the outcome of the drawn-out debate.As of early 2018, Qantas will kick off a non-stop Perth-London flight that will clock in at a huge 17.5 hours in length. When launched, it will rank as the world's

Technology
Altec’s New ‘Everything Proof’ Speaker Range
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 25th, 2016
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I don’t know about you, but I hate buying presents for people. Unless I know it’s something they really want, the thought of it just frustrates me.Then I thought hard, and I realised that everyone loves music. It’s basically in our DNA, programmed into our species as human beings. Sure, we don’t all like the same music, but it’s a pretty safe b

Life & Style
Talking Success and Scotch Whiskey with ‘Captain America’ Chris Evans
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 17th, 2016
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The huge door to the penthouse suite of the boutique Sydney CBD hotel swung open and I walked in. I shook hands with the odd PR assistant or two only to be interrupted by an enthusiastic “Hey! Come on up man!”Chris Evans, the Captain America star stood at the top of the stairs to my left, one shoulder leant against the wall and one leg crossed behin

People
Hard Proof That Joe Biden is Always for the Boys
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 14th, 2016
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We're going to miss Obama, that's for sure. It's only now, however, we're realising how much we're really going to miss his right-hand man and ultimate wingman, Vice Prez Joe Biden.He's taken his fair share of hits from the media, often because of his Maverick attitude and tendency to speak before he thinks, but that's why we love him. You may have notic

Sport
This Guy Skiing With Dogs Will Get You Through These Tough Times
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 10th, 2016
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Eric Pollard, a professional skier, artist and filmmaker from Oregon has got us covered when it comes to taking our mind off things.He decided to bring his pups out for a few pre-season turns at his local Mount Hood. Watch his dogs, Kaya and Klaus, clearly enjoying their first time out skiing with Pollard on a beautiful November bluebird.In light of

Travel
Bucket List Destination: Wake Up With the Jungle in Tikal, Guatemala
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 9th, 2016
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We got off the tourist bus from Belize City after pulling into what we were told was El Remate, the closest town to Tikal National Park. It wasn’t. It was neither close nor was it El Remate.The bus hurriedly sped off, leaving a cloud of dust in its wake, blinding us temporarily. We stood there with our bags in hand, in the middle of rural Guatemala, wo

Travel
Cuba is Calling and Your Time is Running Out
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 8th, 2016
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If you don’t even read past these first few sentences, just take away two things. First, don’t assume anything in Cuba, nothing.Expect the unexpected and embrace it. That’s why you’re there in a sense, that’s why you’re considering a trip to the world’s most intriguing, time-locked country. If you knew it was going to be smooth sailing the

Entertainment
It’s About Time You Rediscovered Jet’s Album ‘Get Born’
  • by John McMahon
  • Nov 7th, 2016
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Cruising along the winding coast roads of southern Sydney, my mate says to me "get around this one" as he pairs his phone to the car's Bluetooth. The opening riff of 'Cold Hard Bitch' began to purr through the speakers and neither of us said anything for the next 4 minutes and 3 seconds.Jet's 2003 debut album, Get Born was a killer fusion of everyone's

People
98-Year-Old Skier Shares His ‘Powder Philosophy’
  • by John McMahon
  • Oct 31st, 2016
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George Jedenoff, a 98-year-old Utah native has been skiing his local slopes for the last 56 seasons. Yep, 56 consecutive seasons.The humble old-timer shared some insightful wisdom towards the end of last season, crediting his longevity to an intangible phenomenon he titled "The Powder Philosophy." He maintains that just because you might not be able to

Sport
The Fourth Phase’s GoPro-Only Edits Are Crazier Than The Actual Film
  • by John McMahon
  • Oct 12th, 2016
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Travis Rice's snowboarding epic, The Fourth Phase, dropped earlier this month on a worldwide release via RedBull.tv, stunning audiences around the globe. The huge multi-year production took viewers on Rice & co.'s escapade chasing the hydrological cycle around the Pacific - water's transformation from snow to the ocean and back into the clouds.T

Entertainment
Stop Everything – Idris Elba is dropping a DJ set in Sydney Tomorrow Night
  • by John McMahon
  • Sep 28th, 2016
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Hold the fucking phone. Rally the fellas, this is huge.Idris Elba is reportedly throwing down a cheeky DJ set tomorrow night at Sydney's Goodbar club, according to inthemix.The award-winning British actor and musician is apparently in town filming Thor 3, and has decided to throw it back to his 90's days spinning tunes under the name Big Driis.El

Sport
American Skydiver Successfully Jumps From 25,000ft Without Parachute
  • by John McMahon
  • Jul 31st, 2016
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No wingsuit, no airbag, just a net.Veteran jumper Luke Aikins started the challenge from a jaw-dropping 25 000 feet over California's Simi Valley Saturday afternoon, Pacific time. The 42-year-old American had been preparing for the stunt for over 18 months, with a live broadcast on TV for thousands to watch on.His saviour was a 100-by-100 foot net su

Life & Style
Vancouver’s Massive 420 Beach Party Was Absolutely Insane
  • by John McMahon
  • Apr 22nd, 2016
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Things got big for Vancouver's annual 420 party along Sunset Beach, like real big.The scenes along the few hundred metre stretch of beach and park on the edge of English Bay were phenomenal. Thousands, and I'm talking close to fifteen thousand people lined the foreshore of the city's west side downtown district on the toasty 25 degree spring afternoon.

Travel
Bucket List Destination: World’s Highest Bungee Jump
  • by John McMahon
  • Apr 1st, 2016
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There are only so many things around the world that can be the fastest, longest, bigger and highest. To be able to say in a casual bar conversation that you've conquered the highest bungee in the world is an opportunity you cannot pass up.As far as crazy shit goes this is way up there, and still within the limits of your normal average Joe. You don’t h

Entertainment
Ryan Reynold’s Deadpool is Winning the Marketing Game
  • by John McMahon
  • Feb 1st, 2016
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Marvel and Fox have hit the nail on the head with this one. When you decide to flip the overdone superhero format and go with an R-rated anti-hero movie, you’re taking a massive risk. Inescapable on every social media platform around right now, it’s the much anticipated release of Deadpool starring Ryan Reynolds this Valentine’s Day weekend that has ca

Motors
Aston Martin Go Turbo: Tease us with only the sound of their new V12 engine
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 12th, 2016
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Staying true to the class and mystique of Aston Martin, they have released a teaser of only the sound to soon come from the new DB11’s twin turbo V12.Cheeky from Aston Martin, hey?You can’t see the car, but it doesn’t even matter. Aston have finally done what many have been hoping they’d eventually do. They’ve gone turbo.Keeping the V12 in fu

Travel
72 Hours in Vancouver
  • by John McMahon
  • Jan 11th, 2016
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It's 2016 already, holy shit. Your new year's resolutions probably crash and burned by day two. But if you promised yourself you'll travel more this year, that's one resolution you can still keep. Time to sort yourself out and pack your bags.Where to next though? The ultimate question with thousands of possibilities. But forget them all, as you need not lo

Gear
Omega Hold Nothing Back for the Slickest 007 Watch Yet
  • by John McMahon
  • Oct 8th, 2015
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Omega’s longstanding alliance with the most successful and longest running film franchise in history has itself become a form of natural selection. With each Bond, we’ve seen a new and improved masterpiece.Beginning back in Brosnan’s 90’s days and culminating with the latest stunner to be revealed in Spectre, Omega have held nothing back in their b

Motors
A Billionaire’s One-up Game: Inside Some Of The World’s Most Expensive Private Aircraft
  • by John McMahon
  • Jul 27th, 2015
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They are the epitome of exclusivity.There is no grander statement than owning a private mode of transcontinental air travel. In fact, no statement is even necessary. If you own your own plane, you’re already in the elite. It’s then just a matter of being the elite of the elite, of which the following are definitely the royal family (in some cases quite

Entertainment
This ‘Everest’ Trailer Looks Epic
  • by John McMahon
  • Jun 15th, 2015
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Last week Universal Pictures dropped the trailer for an upcoming adventure movie called ‘Everest’ which follows the true story of the 1996 disaster which until recently was the deadliest ever seen on the world's highest mountain.Following a successful summit of Everest, two teams of climbers get caught in a horrific storm that triggered some of the mos

Travel
Oasis In the Desert: Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial
  • by John McMahon
  • Jun 5th, 2015
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When the idea of adventure travel enters one's mind, any notions of luxury almost simultaneously fly out the window. There is a common misconception that when you travel to places like Cuba, Africa or the Australian outback you can’t possibly enjoy luxury and adventure simultaneously. Which is why I thought, is it too much to ask for both?Morocco ans

Entertainment
Bond is Back: Everything You Need To Know About ‘Spectre’
  • by John McMahon
  • May 21st, 2015
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With The Avengers: Age of Ultron absolutely crushing box office records and the end of Furious 7 (off the record) bringing a tear to the eye it seems unlikely that the remainder of 2015 can sustain the entertainment high we’ve been on lately. While Bosses have films like the much anticipated Entourage and the classic action hit Mission Impossible: Rogue Na

Travel
Bucket List Destination: Zanzibar’s Underwater Hotel Room
  • by John McMahon
  • May 11th, 2015
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Now this is something you’d expect in Dubai or the Maldives at a price that only Richard Branson could afford. However you’re wrong. This is quite possibly the best one yet, it’s comparatively more affordable and it isn’t confined to an aquarium.Last year on Pemba Island in the Zanzibar Archipelago, The Manta Resort opened Africa’s first underw