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The Email on a Patek Philippe Watch Dial

August 26, 2010


Dear Editor, I have been an avid reader of Augustman since 2008 and feel that it is the best man mag available in the market.  What attracts me is mainly are the articles on horology and fashion. Your latest issue that features 80 pages on horology was a great treat for me and I enjoy […]

4 Simple Rules for Dating

July 26, 2010


Men like Neil Strauss have called it The Game. The fact that his account of it – detailed over 452 pages like a dater’s tips for dating – has been quickly picked up at bookstores, shows a large majority of men regard the dating game with deadly seriousness. And therein lies the crux of the […]

Is the world around us getting more offensive, or are we merely taking things the wrong way?

June 26, 2010


There’s been a storm in a teacup that is threatening to overflow. Not unlike in The Name Of The Rose, public libraries have been removing Tintin in the Congo from their shelves and keeping it under lock and key because people are offended by it. That’s right, people are offended by a cartoon Belgian reporter. […]

Good Lord!

May 26, 2010


It gets iffy when mortals attempt to fight or do anything for the Almighty Zeus. God. Allah. The Intelligent Designer has been called many names. Wimp isn’t one of them. So it is a serious head-scratcher whenever I hear the call to action or arms by some religious zealot to fight for God. I’m wondering […]

Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholden

April 26, 2010


The Sydney Mardi Gras ended with a bang of mass nudity on the steps of the Opera House. It won’t be the last of any flesh parade, but shouldn’t there be stipulation on who gets to be naked? However evolved we are, our primal survival instinct means we are still biologically “wired” to seek physical […]

Making Fun of Retards

March 26, 2010


It’s Oscar month, here’s a remainder that some films are meant to entertain and not educate. History has never been short of controversial topics for motion pictures and literature. When Rushdie’s Satanic Verses appeared on shelves, man Shi’a Muslims practically fell over themselves in a fit of religious fervour to kill the author. Justified or […]

Understanding the nature of personal judgment, accountability, by-the-book procedure and why together they fail

February 26, 2010


Dressed in Brioni and carrying a faux crocodile holdall, I was contemplating life, nature and the underwear detonating antics of the Nigerian Jihadist Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab before I was shaken out of my stupor by an officer of the Singapore Mass Rapid Transit corporation. “Random security check, I need to search your bag, sir.” I […]