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Ninja Fighting Chopsticks
The ninja: a secret agent trained in fighting, espionage, concealment, and food fighting. It's only fitting, then, that we honor our ninja ancestors with an eating implement worthy of their skills. These chopsticks look like regular chopsticks, until you let go of one of them. That's when the Ninja Fighting Chopsticks spring into action for food fighting justice. Read on! Ok, so the Ninja Fighting Chopsticks are quite simple...
Space Bar Keyboard Organizer & USB Hub
Evernoticehowhorriblereadingisifthespacebarisn'tused? It'sprettyawful,isn'tit? Who'dhavethunkonekeywouldmakeallthedifference? But sure enough, that one key on your keyboard makes reading so much easier. Does your desk look like the first three sentences of this product description? Everything is everywhere and there's a tangle of cords that you're pretty sure has gained sentience and will suck your soul out when you're not looking. Let us introduce you to the Space Bar: the one gadget that will make your desk feel orderly and awesome. The Space Bar is a simple, elegantly-designed desk accessory that blasts away clutter while providing additional USB ports for your computer. When you're done working, just slide your keyboard into the space below the shelf and store the rest of your office gizmos - keys, digital camera, cell phone, favorite pen, crocheted mini-Cthulhu - up top. You'll regain some sanity... at least for now. Product Specifications Desktop organizer, keyboard storage, and USB hub in one Constructed of brushed aluminum with white plastic accents Can stow a keyboard up to 18" long by 1.5" high Supports up to 20 lbs of weight on top (the weight of a 21.5" Apple iMac) Six USB ports!! 4 in the front and 2 in the back Also includes one mini-USB port and one AC adapter port Powered using a 110v external power source
LED Jellyfish Mood Lamp
Blackbeard was just about the most ruthless pirate ever. His management style was unique, to say the least. If one of his crew misbehaved, he would drop them in a large tank full of jellyfish and delight as the jewels he kept at the bottom of the tank reflected different colors into the ballet of agony that played out before him. According to the infamous pirate's diaries, it really calmed his nerves, too. Wow...
Knights Who Formerly Said Ni T-Shirt - Cream, S
You know those holiday gift lotteries where everyone pulls somebody else's name out of a hat and tries to figure out what to buy that person that isn't, say, a set of festive holiday salt and pepper shakers or mulled cider potpourri? Well, if you drew one of the knights who until recently said "ni" as your choice, you'd be in luck. The whole scene is basically one long wish list...
Xtensor Gamer Hand Exerciser
You've got the greatest gaming rig out there. You've spent a lot of money on it - now it's a monolithic liquid-nitrogen-cooled monstrosity capable of pumping out smoother 3D video than real-life. Your pointing device is sensitive to a billion dpi, and your keyboard has a customized throw-distance tuned exactly to your finger length. After all this effort, you still get pwned by n00bs. What's the problem? Your rig may be awesome, and your brain may be sharp and quick, but if your body doesn't respond to your brain's commands correctly, you may as well be playing with mittens on. You need physical conditioning, Daniel-san, and there'll be no wax-on-wax-off, no sand-o-floor, no paint fence. The Xtensor is the only product on the market to perform with true biomechanical correctness, able to stimulate muscles and tendons in the hands, wrists and elbows that have been virtually off limits to all other devices. Repetitive gripping and squeezing of your game-controller or mouse forces extended isometric contractions of the flexor muscles of the hands and fingers producing an unnatural imbalance over time as the hands operate in a mostly closed position. For this reason, patients with hand, wrist and elbow disorders experience unnecessarily long healing times and high reoccurrence rates. Everybody got that? Flexing with the Xtensor between gaming sessions will make your reaction-times much quicker, and will mean no cramping hands after all-night fragging sessions.