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How much do you plan to spend this Father's Day? (2002)
Less than $5
More than $100

 July 21, 2003
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Gifts That Always Hit The Mark
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1) New outdoor grill; BBQ tools/accessories

2) Mail order steaks (www.omahasteaks.com are great!)

3) Fanwear from his favorite sports team 

4) Collectible sports memorabilia

5) Watch

6) Cufflinks

7) A DVD player

8) A home theater surround sound system

9) A digital camera (you can finally get something great at a reasonable price!)

10) A cordless drill or other home improvement tool

11) Noise-reduction, noise-canceling headphones

12) Tickets to a sporting event (NBA, NFL, MLB) or concert

13) Swiss army knife or pocket survival tool

14) Gifts for the office (Briefcase, Cross or Montblanc pens, nice desk accessories)

15) A nice leather wallet or money clip

16) Sports equipment (skis or ski boots, mountain bike, golf clubs, golf balls, fishing equipment)

17) A bacci ball set for the backyard (especially if you plan to host a barbeque)

18) PDA (Compaq iPAQ, HP Jornada, Palm, Stinger phone, Sony Clie)

19) Personal video recorder (ie Tivo)

20) Home exercise equipment (cardio or strength training)

21) Passes to a local golf course (or spring for passes to a resort course)

22) A subscription to his favorite magazines

23) A set of good kitchen knives (Henckels, Wusthof, Kyocera)

24) Portable MP3 player

25) Shaving set

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