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Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction
With the advent of modern household products and office supplies (binder clips, clothespins, rubber bands, ballpoint pens, toothpicks, paper clips, plastic utensils, and matches) troublemakers (DIY'ers) of all stripes have the components needed to build an impressive, if somewhat miniaturized, arsenal. Detailed, step-by-step instructions for each project are provided, including materials and ammo lists, clear diagrams, and construction tips. Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction is your guidebook to conquering your workplace. In Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction, you'll find plans to build 35 devices of office warfare - including catapults, slingshots, minibombs, darts, and combustion shooters. You'll construct a tiny trebuchet from paper clips and a D-cell battery, wrap a penny in a string of paper caps to create a surprisingly impressive explosive, and convert champagne party poppers and pen casings into a three-barreled bazooka. Finally, plans are provided for a top secret concealing book to hide your stash, as well as targets (cardboard critters, big-headed aliens, and zombies) for shooting practice. Never let your cubicle, home office, or personal space go undefended again. Mini Weapons of Mass Destruction - FTW!
Ordinary folks can construct 13 awesome ballistic devices in their garage or basement workshops using inexpensive household or hardware store materials and this step-by-step guide. Clear instructions, diagrams, and photographs show how to build projects ranging from the simple, to the more complex, to the offbeat. Learn how to annoy your neighbors and amaze your friends by building such things as: a match-powered rocket, a tennis ball mortar, and a pneumatic missile. With a strong emphasis on safety, the book also gives tips on troubleshooting, explains the physics behind the projects, and profiles scientists and extraordinary experimenters such as Alfred Nobel, Robert Goddard, and Isaac Newton. Backyard Ballistics is indispensable for the legions of backyard toy-rocket launchers and fireworks fanatics who wish every day was the fourth of July.
Ninja Star Coat Hook
There is one section of Ninja life that is normally neglected in books, and that is a Ninja's home life. You think they just hang up all their weapons in the closet? Heck no - those are a Ninja's tools, for life. The Ninja uses his Katana to do everything from butter his bread to separate his laundry (lights from darks). He uses his hand claws to hold corn and peel potatoes. And, he uses his throwing stars for coat hooks. Until you spend your life training in the Ninja arts, we recommend picking up a Ninja Star Coat Hook or two. It's just safer. Each Ninja Star Coat Hook is made out of super strong, nickel-plated zinc alloy. One star tip is replaced with a screw, so you can just pick where you want it and screw it into your wall. It will look like a Ninja has attacked your office and you beat him so easily that you now mock his attempt by using his own weapons to hold up your coat. Wow, how did you get so awesome? Your Ninja Star Coat Hook will make you look 100% more badass. Promise.* *This promise is not legally binding. Your level of badass may vary.
Star Wars Chop Sabers
But now, we must eat. Come, good food, come... and meet your end in the grasp of the Star Wars Chop Sabers. They're lightsabers, they're chopsticks, they'll change the way you experience your favorite Asian foods. If you missed the chance to pick these up at San Diego Comic Con 2009, now is the time to grab these Japanese imports from ThinkGeek and deftly maneuver your food with the power of the Force. We're not sure if you know this, but Yoda has been known to carve his Thanksgiving turkey using his lightsaber. Go forth, brave Jedi warriors, and use your chop sabers to mix just a little extra wasabi into your soy sauce. You can handle it. It is a known fact that eating sushi with chop sabers vastly strengthens your ability to ingest horseradish products. (By the way, did you know that researchers are trying to make a smoke alarm for the deaf using wasabi vapors? We're debating whether it would be more annoying to wake up to the sound of a fire alarm or the punch in the nose that only wasabi brings. What do you think?) Either way, wield your weapons and ready the way for a truly epic eating experience. Product Features Chopsticks in the shape of your favorite Jedi weapons Fully licensed Lucasfilm collectible Imported from Japan Five styles to choose from: Luke Skywalker, green, 23cm long Luke Skywalker, blue, 23cm long Darth Maul, red, 23 cm long -they snap together, too! Not sure how you'd eat like that, though. Darth Vader, red, 23 cm long Yoda, green, 20 cm long Lightsabers do not light up or slice effortlessly through flesh. Sorry.
Pixel Time Wall Clock
Back when videogames cost a quarter per play, and nobody had phones in their pockets, geeks would spend their hard earned cash in dimly lit yet brightly colored arcades. The din of bleeps and bloops was hypnotic, and drew passers by within, like some kind of insidious 8-bit pitcher-plant. Arcades, like Las Vegas casinos, were designed to lure you in and keep you there, so as to keep collecting your coins. No view of the outside world, no clocks, no sense of time at all...