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The Gun Mug
$9.99
The Gun Mug
Most mornings, caffeine is required before your brain properly engages. Attempting to startle or aggravate a geek before he's had his morning jolt is asking for a world of hurt. Geeks can be downright snippy before they've had a chance to properly wake up. Extreme care must be taken in these circumstances. Every morning, without fail, there's that worthless jerk in the office that's been awake with the sun, and, with extreme perkiness, tries to engage you in mindless banter. Your synapses fire just enough to remind you that, indeed, you hate that guy. Relying entirely on your lizard brain to work the controls on the coffee dispenser, you pour a piping hot cup-o-joe into your Gun Mug. Seeing the handle and the trigger-grip, said jerk gets the message quickly and backs the hell off. Nobody wants to mess with a geek with a gun. Even if that gun is only loaded with coffee. Features Black ceramic coffee mug with pistol grip Looks bad-ass in your hand Holds 8 ounces of your favorite hot beverage Five by three by four inches Gun mug safety is no joke. Keep your gun mug properly maintained and clean at all times Dishwasher safe
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Video Swim Mask
$99.99 $39.99
Video Swim Mask
Little did you know, all the underwater scenes in The Little Mermaid were filmed using Video Swim Masks. (You see, the local Merpeople Videographers Union 42 refused to work the project, so humans had to be used.) The scuba diver crewmen couldn't handle all their gear and their video cameras, so the great Mouse himself outfitted them with these stylin' yellow masks and told them to go forth and shoot all of the magic that happens under the sea. Take it from us, darling, it's better down where it's wetter and you'd better be wearing the mask that lets you capture video of the fishes dancing to the hot crustacean band. This is the world's only swim mask with an integrated waterproof digital camera that works swimmingly in pools, lakes, or the ocean. Keep your hands free as you swim all the way to a depth of 15 feet! Turn the camera on, choose a mode (video or still) with the upper button, and press the shutter to record pictures or video. The friendly LED inside the mask lets you know which mode you've selected. Downloading images once you've gotten your land legs is simple - just plug the mask into your computer's USB port with the included cable. There's even software included that allows you to edit your content. The built-in 16 MB memory can store up to 27 high resolution pictures or up to 52 seconds of video. A microSD card slot allows you to expand memory up to 2GB for additional pictures or videos.
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Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
$14.99 $8.99
Blade Runner Style LED Umbrella
Early in the 21st Century, the Tyrell Corporation advanced robot evolution into the Nexus phase - a being virtually identical to a human - known as a Replicant. They're all around you, even now. That guy next to you? He's a Replicant. How do we know? He's walking the streets in the rain with no umbrella. That, and he failed the Voight-Kampff. In the pre-apocalyptic future, the air will be so thick, it will be dark in the middle of the day. Coupled with the almost constant rain, you'll need to find a way to stay dry and light your way to the noodle shop down the street. Even if you don't live in a quasi-futuristic Los Angeles and you aren't a Blade Runner, you can still have the coolest umbrella on the street. With a push of a button, the shaft lights up, illuminating you and your path. Now, even in the darkest of nights, you're a lot more visible to the cars on the street, making your long walk home through the rain a lot safer.
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Sundial and Stardial Pendants
$39.99
Sundial and Stardial Pendants
Technology is awesome, but can we trust it? How can we be sure that our cell phones aren't recording our brain waves and transmitting our ideas to evil corporations? How can we be sure that our watches aren't silently recording our pulses and sending the data to Big Food so they know when to advertise those juicy bacon cheeseburgers on TV and ruin our diet plans? Yeah, see, now you're paranoid too. We've taken the mirrors out of our bathrooms to avoid that classic horror movie moment, too. We recommend you do the same. Preventative paranoia is the key to success. Part of our plan is eschewing traditional watches for the sundial. Inspired by designs from Babylonia, Egypt, the Celts of Northern Europe, the Mayans and Incas and Aztecs, we've found the most imaginative and accurate wearable sundials anywhere. Instructions for reading your new sundial are included. Batteries, however, are not. They're not needed! Who needs batteries to sense the rhythms of the solar system? Guaranteed to work as long as the sun rises... and we don't want to think about the day that stops happening. How the Sundial works... On a sunny day, suspend the sundial by its black satin cord. Through a tiny hole, a thin ray of sunshine will illuminate a number on the inside of the dial showing the time of day. This Aquitaine sundial was named after Eleanor of Aquitaine, who gave one to King Henry II of England so Henry would know when to return from the hunt for their love trysts. (One must always be timely for love trysts. Tryst us on that one.) How the Stardial works... Set the middle wheel to the month, hold the dial upside down, and sight the North Star through the center hole. Move the top of the dial's arm to align with the uppermost stars of the Big Dipper, and read the time on the inner dial where the arm crosses the hour mark! Star dials were first used in the 15th century by navigators and are extremely accurate because they are based on the North Star. Product Features Pewter sundial & stardial ring pendants Tell the time without electricity, gears, or other technology Modeled after historical timepieces Approximately 1.3 inches (3.3 cm) in diameter Comes with a 30" black silk cord (or supply your own chain)
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