(Part 2) Top products from r/barstoolsports

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We found 23 product mentions on r/barstoolsports. We ranked the 344 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/bwhitcf · 7 pointsr/barstoolsports

Give the book "Young Money" by Kevin Roose a read. It's a quick read, incredibly entertaining, but also pretty enlightening as to the culture of IB. As with anything, take it with a grain of salt, but it can give you an idea of what life may be like if you end up going IB. Personally, I left the book feeling incredibly relieved I took a Corporate Finance track. Consulting is the goal, though.

u/bpz89 · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life, by William Finnegan.

Loved this book, I'm an avid surfer so I might be a little biased, but it's a great beach read. Finnegan won the Pulitzer in 2016 for it.

u/HollyFlaxSucks · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

I really enjoyed the Kenny Stabler book that came out by Mike Freeman this year. Stabler was an absolute legend. Think Johnny Manziel in college, but it continued onto the pros where he was a HoF QB.

Also, any Jeff Pearlman book is a great read. He's an amazing writer. My personal favorite was about the '86 Mets. Bunch of lunatics

u/Catamount90 · 6 pointsr/barstoolsports

Sapiens is an excellent book about the history of humans and it is a super easy, thought-provoking read. Puts into perspective how short modern humans have been around in the scheme of all humankind

u/Notoriouscmb34 · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

Read this book over the summer. Was an easy read and pretty interesting. Details multiple accounts of what life in the minor leagues is like for rookies, veterans, umpires and broadcasters.


u/eirtep · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports


I liked Eddie' Huang's Fresh Off The Boat. Don't let the shitty TV show (which the dude doesn't like) scare you off. It's an interesting book that covers a wide range of shit. Not just cooking or being Asian.

If you know who Eddie Huang is and you aren't a fan/don't want to give it a shot, maybe alternatively try one of Anthony Bourdain's books. I personally haven't ready them though.

The Heart of the Sea: Tragedy of the Whale ship Essex again, ignore the shitty movie. Well, I haven't seen it but I assume so. Very interesting true story about a whaling ship in 1800 something that's destroyed by a sperm whale and the shipwrecked crew tries to survive. Basically a real life Moby Dick - Herman Melville based his story on the Essex.

Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy is an easy entertaining easy read. I'm now realizing all of recommendations all seem to have movies but that's coincidence. I was also gonna say American Psycho.

Books are cool. I don't read enough anymore.

u/YourFavoriteYankee · 97 pointsr/barstoolsports

the Bagel boss guy ALLEGEDLY has a YouTube channel and gave his side of the story....apparently they kept trying to push MINI BAGELS

Edit love how he said ‘the bagel was very good, I’m happy it was because I was about to drive my car through the window and kill everyone’

Edit 2 bagel boss tshirt

u/Cardiff-Giant11 · 3 pointsr/barstoolsports

you’re not the only one who thinks that. https://www.amazon.com/Bitten-History-Disease-Biological-Weapons/dp/006289627X

had lyme couple years ago . wasn’t fun but two months of antibiotics and good as gold again.

u/TheTank123 · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

Just as I thought. You don’t actually have any idea if it’s a good investment or not, you just assume it is because it’s gone up.

You’re welcome:


u/hereforporn696969 · 11 pointsr/barstoolsports

Gonna go ahead and plug a book, The Defining Decade by Meg Jay. It's filled with case studies of people in their mid-twenties figuring out their careers, romantic lives, and mental well-being. I'm 25 and often panic about career direction and purpose. I feel this book gives a very informed look on how the sky isn't truly falling. It's a quick 200 pages and I walked away feeling a whole lot more confident about my position.

u/ATLAirport30MinWalk · 0 pointsr/barstoolsports

even if you're not a traditional cube life place this gave me so much perspective on how we arrived where we are in terms of corporate cultures, good read


u/AlexMoranQB1 · -3 pointsr/barstoolsports

Finished reading the book about the Duke lacrosse case and the parallels between what happened then and the Kavanaugh thing are unbelievable.

edit: To everyone downvoting, if you don't believe me read the book yourselves https://www.amazon.com/Until-Proven-Innocent-Correctness-Injustices/dp/0312384866

u/rama1423 · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports


Some dude posts all the recommendations he's made on his podcast. I assume the Washington book you're referencing is Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow


Or maybe In the Hurricanes Eye by Nathaniel Philbrick


u/DeskJockeyMailtime · 1 pointr/barstoolsports

I believe the manager is releasing a new book about Kurt in April. Really looking forward to checking it out.

Edit: it’s called Serving the Servant https://www.amazon.com/Serving-Servant-Remembering-Kurt-Cobain/dp/0062861506

u/ghostfacekyle · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

fuck it i'll bite, downloading now I'll give a listen on my commute home. Also I read Breaking Bad and Philosophy sooo yeah you could say I'm smart.