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Breaking Bad
$18.99 $14.99
Breaking Bad
Breaking Bad’s Walter White treads the razor edge between life and death, good and evil, and right and wrong, constantly in a state of uncertainty. In adopting the name Heisenberg, uncertainty was what he thrived on most, taking what little life he had left into the darkness. In a rancid realm of cultural sludge, the man who stands tall amongst the uncertainty of death’s looming shadow wields the electricity to life’s most powerful tools. Breaking bad printed on a black 100% cotton t-shirt
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Compiling
$19.99 $14.99
Compiling
Based on xkcd's Compiling comic, this shirt increases your programming and swordfighting skills to 18. Note: The first decoration the Code Monkeys + our token BOFH undertook when we got to the new office was to abscond with the projector, blow this comic up huge on a piece of foam core, and take some markers to it. And a fine job they did, indeed, while their code was compiling. "I'm not slacking off. My code's compiling." on the front with office swordfighting on the back in white on a black 100% t-shirt.
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Periodic BaCoN T-Shirt - Charcoal, XXXXL
$19.99 $7.99
Periodic BaCoN T-Shirt - Charcoal, XXXXL
Seems like everyone has a different way of eating these days. Just at ThinkGeek World Domination HQ we have the carnivores, the pescatarians, the vegetarians, the vegans, and then there's our copywriter monkey who claims to be 100% vegetarian 80% of the time, which requires higher math when we pick a lunch place. Then there was this one guy we met who said he was vegetarian up until the point he smelled bacon cooking. So periodically, he was what we like to call bacontarian...
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Periodic BeEr
$17.99 $9.99
Periodic BeEr
"We're going to bet that you are currently not drinking beer because you're at work, and unlike ThinkGeek World Domination HQ (which has a Beer Fairy), casual imbibing is frowned upon in your office. There, there. It's going to be okay. You know, we have job openings. Just sayin'. You know what makes us feel better? Learnin' stuff. So let's get to it. Despite what this shirt suggests, your beer should not contain either beryllium or erbium. If it does, you need to seriously consider switching to another brewer. Carlsberg Brewery was the location of Søren Sorensen's work on the pH scale. ""Skunked"" beer is more properly termed ""light-struck."" When UV light hits beer, it kicks off a chemical reaction, breaking down the isohumulones and creating 3-methyl-2-butene-1-thiol. It's an organosulfur compound, the same thing a skunk sprays. Good for scaring off predators. Bad for beer. Beryllium and Erbium printed with their atomic properties in white on a beer-colored, 100% cotton t-shirt. Okay. So it may not be the same color as your beer of choice, if you drink, say, pilsner or stout. We aimed for the middle ground to cover most of our beer drinkers. Oh, and please wear responsibly."
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N7 Armor Stripe Tee
$21.99
N7 Armor Stripe Tee
We've noticed something while playing through the Mass Effect games again: everybody has really toned bodies. There must be a heck of a personal trainer in some gym on the Normandy or on the Citadel or somewhere. Of course, with biotics, it's probably just programmed into them to burn off calories at an alarming rate. The rest of us will just have to hit the ol' treadmill in our quest to look more like Shep. At least we can catch up on listening to our podcasts... N7 Armor stripes in 100% premium cotton t-shirt in black. Please Note: The process of printing over the seam may cause minor imperfections.
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Star Trek Next Generation Uniform Tee
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Star Trek Next Generation Uniform Tee
Welcome to the Enterprise-D, Starfleet's flagship in the 24th century. Under the command of Captain Jean-Luc Picard, the ship's crew explore the universe, discover new life, and sometimes get stuck inside a big room fighting with a hologram. They also wear uniforms that look like these t-shirts. You can wear the red shirt of command, like Riker or Picard, wear the blue of science and medicine like Beverly Crusher, or join the yellow-shirted Geordi in engineering or Worf on security and operations. Each t-shirt displays the color of its department along with the image of a communicator badge. 100% cotton t-shirts in gold, red, and slate colors with Star Trek Next Generation logo on the top left.
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Daakusaido (aka Dark Side)
$19.99 $14.99
Daakusaido (aka Dark Side)
"In today's lesson, subtitlers for Japanese bootleg DVDs will learn how to make English nouns plural. In order to make an object plural, add ""ses."" For instance: I hope that these dreamses really can't become. If the word already ends in ""s,"" add ""eses"" to make it plural. Some example sentenceses: I had enough of these politicseses. Send these troopseses only. This helpful grammar tip brought to you by some elephants and the Presbyterian Church. A Stormtrooper and Darth Vader on a red cotton t-shirt with the Japanese ""Daakusaido"" (aka Dark Side) vertically. Note: the print is distressed and the fabric is extra soft for a vintage feel."
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MythBusters' Gear - Failure is Always an Option
$18.99 $8.99
MythBusters' Gear - Failure is Always an Option
"Good scientists will tell you that any test that yields valid data is a valid test. They might be a bit depressed when they say it, but it's true. Other scientists who will argue that any test is valid if you learn something from the experience. This is particularly true of ones who can't predict what's going to happen. We're not talking about the ability to know ahead of time the result of an experiment. That's the point of doing the experiment in the fist place. But on the most basic level, what's going to happen? The sort of unexpected things that happen when you mix Jamie with C4 or killer robots and Grant (hint: they weren't killer to begin with). We kid. We kid. But failure is an important part of the learning process, in both science and life. If you haven't already heard it and have a free half hour, listen to Adam Savage's speech at Maker Faire Bay Area 2009 on some of his colossal failures for perspective. And then come back here and buy this shirt. Because failure is always an option. Adam's catchprhase from MythBusters, ""Failure is always an option,"" stenciled in yellow and black on the front of an ice grey, 100% cotton t-shirt. Officially-licensed MythBusters' gear."
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Soft Kitty Shirt
$18.99 $9.99
Soft Kitty Shirt
"We don't always agree with her perspective, but Sheldon's mother certainly knows how to manage Sheldon. She's got years of experience (even if slightly abbreviated since Sheldon went to college at 11) in handling his quirky personality. Genetically, she may have given Sheldon his eyes and knees, but the far more significant gift arrived not via DNA but sound waves. That's right. We're talking about ""Soft Kitty,"" everybody's favorite contagious lullaby. (See what we did there?) Sing it with us. You know the words. Soft kitty, warm kitty Little ball of fur Happy kitty, sleepy kitty Purr purr purr The lyrics to ""Soft Kitty"" and a grey tabby (paws up!) on a 100% cotton, ice-grey t-shirt."
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Mario In Japanese
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Mario In Japanese
Mario's star shines brightest on this Mario in Japanese t-shirt. Finally, his pesky brother Luigi is out of the way. Luigi thinks just because he is taller that everyone will pay attention to him. So what if all the games were named Super Mario Bros., which, come to think of it, doesn't even make sense. Didn't they have a last name? We all know Mario was the star, and this shirt proves it. It's-a Mario's turn to get all the attention. Mario in Japanese printed on a 95% cotton and 5% polyester heather blue t-shirt.
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Bubble Wrap Suit
$14.99
Bubble Wrap Suit
We had a dream: a dream of space travel, of living amongst all the aliens in the universe. Of course, were were mocked when we started wearing the bubble wrap suits. They thought we looked ridiculous. But who's laughing now? We are! (And we're flying through outer space while doing it, so our mockers looks very, very small.) Of course, there's always a jokester on board who decides it would be hilarious to pop all the bubbles in someone's suit. Listen, we know it's totally fun to do that, but now we have to buy a whole new suit for the big meeting with the aliens regarding a certain planet. They won't think we're cool if all our bubbles are popped. We can't break the ice at the interstellar mixer if there's nothing to pop! Product Specifications Bubble Wrap Suit for cosplay or everyday Inspired by the infamous space travel suit from the movie "Dude, Where's My Car?" Only functional if used in conjunction with the word 'Zoltan". Recommended use with the 'Z' hand symbol as well. Elastic band waist on pants, hook and loop closure on jacket One size fits most adults: Chest (measure under armpits): 46" Waist (elastic band): 26" - 40" Inseam (crotch to floor): 30"
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Periodic HArMoNY T-Shirt - Black, S
$19.99
Periodic HArMoNY T-Shirt - Black, S
Let's investigate the elements that make up this shirt, shall we? Hydrogen: Everyone remembers Hydrogen. How could you forget? There it is, right on the top of the periodic table. #1. It's so fabulous that you can find it everywhere you go. Argon: Known as "the lazy one," Argon is probably taking a nap somewhere. Being a high-flying noble gas is hard work, you know. Molybdenum: Hard and stable, Molybdenum is used in high strength steel alloys...
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Schrödinger's Cat vs. Pavlov's Dog
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Schrödinger's Cat vs. Pavlov's Dog
So Schrödinger's cat vs. Pavlov's dog. In a one vs. one fight who wins? Well, the first main difference is that Schrödinger's cat was a hypothetical experiment (or was it?), while Pavlov's dog was real. The loyalty. Real. The drool. Real. The need for a mop. Real. Real as he might be, though, it's definitely not in the canine's favor that each round of a fight typically starts with a bell. Plus the feline, if it exists, comes equipped with a box, a radioactive isotope, and a hammer. You generally don't want to give a cat tools. It remembers the time Erwin tried to put that silly hat on it. Just to clarify, by "fight" here, we mean "chase each other around the house until someone is declared victor." We here at ThinkGeek are big fans of animals of all kinds, and we think the only type of animal fighting should be for the comfy spot on the couch. Schrödinger's cat faces off against Pavlov's dog on this sand-colored, 100% cotton t-shirt.
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Argyle Space Invaders Hoodie
$59.99
Argyle Space Invaders Hoodie
So these might not be the brightest aliens we're talking about here, but they're very determined. "You destroyed all our guys? Even the super-sneaky mystery ship??? Well, fine. We have a plan B. Which is... go faster." It may not be the most clever tactic from our spaceship invaders, but you have to admit, it works. Unless you're Donald Hayes, according to Twin Galaxies, they're eventually going to win. You can only hide behind that laser base so long, so we advise you go out in a blaze of 8-bit glory. This black, full-zip hoodie is 70% cotton and 30% polyester. It features a wrap-around argyle print of Space Invaders® in red, white and grey. The hood is lined with a white crisscross pattern. It has two front pockets and ribbed cuffs and bottom. The zipper pull is a silver-colored laser canon, completely player-controlled. Only this one moves up and down instead of left and right. *thinks* Unless you lay down in the hoodie.... Right. Moving on. We recommend that you turn it inside out before washing in cold water. Tumble dry low. Be forewarned: this will shrink if you wash it in warm water or dry it on hot. If you anticipate accidentally doing that, you may want to order a size up. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL 2X 3X Chest 44 in. 46 in. 48 in. 50 in. 52 in. 54 in. Sleeve Length(from shoulder seam) 24 in. 24 1/2 in. 25 in. 25 1/2 in. 26 in. 26 1/2 in. Front Length(from where hood meets shoulder) 26 in. 27 in. 28 in. 29 in. 30 in. 31 in.
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Tony Stark Light-Up LED Iron Man Shirt
$29.99
Tony Stark Light-Up LED Iron Man Shirt
This may look like a standard t-shirt, but it's actually the Iron Man Mark IX suit. This latest version is much lighter than all previous versions, featuring a flexible interior with knitted cotton exterior. Unlike the Extremis version, the movement with your body does not require you to inject carbon nanotubes into your brain. The chest-mounted uni-beam is powered by photons, which it collects and then disperses when the wearer enters a dark area. For all body parts covered by the Mark IX's new form factor, the suit provides protection from adverse weather conditions, UV rays, and temperature extremes. It is designed for up to two days of use inside Earth's atmosphere, although after the first 12 hours of use its effectiveness is reduced. After 24 hours, it begins to act as a repulsor. The Iron Man Arc Reactor Shirt has three components: the t-shirt, a light panel with a long cable, and a battery box. When fresh batteries are in the battery box and the unit is switched on, the Arc Reactor shines brightly. So this particular arc reactor isn't going to keep shrapnel from working its way into your heart or power your repulsor beams. What do you expect for under $30? A shirt that glows? That, we can provide. Product Specifications Officially licensed Marvel collectible Black cotton t-shirt containing a light-up Arc Reactor Looks like a standard t-shirt, but it's actually the Iron Man Mark IX suit Flexible interior with knitted cotton exterior Provides protection from adverse weather, UV rays, and temperature extremes With fresh batteries in the battery box, Arc Reactor will glow when switched on Will not prevent shrapnel from reaching your heart Machine washable (all electrical components can be removed from the shirt) Requires 3 AAA batteries (not included) Washing Instructions: All electronic devices and accessories must be removed before washing the shirt. To remove electronic components: 1. Detach cable from battery box. 2. Carefully peel off the hook & loop attached light panel. 3. Remove the light panel along with its cable from the shirt. Machine wash in warm water with like colors and tumble dry on low heat.
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No I will not fix your computer Hoodie
$33.99 $22.09
No I will not fix your computer Hoodie
"There is nothing more frustrating on this earth than constantly being asked to help other people with their petty computer problems. Of course if your job description dictates that you have to fix other peoples computers, then there is nothing so frustrating as being forced to do so ;) ""Hey Mark, I don't have a modem and can't connect to the Internet, can you fix this?"" ""I removed some of the pins from my monitor cable because it didn't seem to fit right, now it's not working at all...can you fix my computer?"" Hey Sally, Can you fix my Internet, everytime I visit a website it says my host is unknown"" ""NO! NO! Now Go Away Before I Replace You With A Very Small Shell Script!"" You say... 50% cotton / 50% polyester black hoodie with front pocket aka kangaroo. ""No, I will not fix your computer."" printed on the front in white."
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Caribbean Joe - Kona Seaside Polo Shirt (Papaya Green) - Apparel
$34.00 $17.99
Caribbean Joe - Kona Seaside Polo Shirt (Papaya Green) - Apparel
6pm.com is proud to offer the Caribbean Joe - Kona Seaside Polo Shirt (Papaya Green) - Apparel: It's all about the laid-back living when you're dressed for the tropics in this Seaside Polo. ; Allover striped design. ; Three-button placket. ; Pointed collar. ; Short sleeves. ; 100% polyester. ; Machine wash cold, tumble dry low. ; Imported. Measurements: ; Length: 32 in ; Product measurements were taken using size MD. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Ed Hardy By Christian Audigier Men's Crew Neck Free Agent T-Shirt
$19.99
Ed Hardy By Christian Audigier Men's Crew Neck Free Agent T-Shirt
Christian Audigier has quickly become Rock Royalty through the tattoo designs of Ed Hardy. Celebrate who you are with this classic crewneck T-Shirt. The shirt features Ed Hardy's signature logo and Free Agent tattoo graphic design on front. It is 100% cotton and machine washable. Measurements: Size M: Chest 42 Length 26.5 Sleeves 7.5 Size L: Chest 44 Length 27 Sleeves 7.5 Size XL: Chest 46 Length 27.5 Sleeves 8 Style: EH12-1214
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World of Minecraft T-Shirt - Black, XXL
$4.99
World of Minecraft T-Shirt - Black, XXL
ThinkGeek is your source for officially-licensed Minecraft gear. First circle In limbo are those who have not yet played the game. They are doomed to an eternity of listening to their friends rant about how awesome it is. Second circle The second circle contains the night sky and moon. It is full of hostile mobs, and those who live here are fated to repeat the 7 minute cycle for eternity. Third circle Players relegated to the third circle always know where north is but can't ever get there...
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SeV Personal Area Network Microfleece Pullover
$59.99 $38.99
SeV Personal Area Network Microfleece Pullover
"Let's face it, you really do not need a real coat when all you do is run from the house to the car to the coffee shop and then into the office. So we have the perfect answer for you... the microfleece pullover. It is a pullover with many secret surprises. The versatile microfleece pullover is a wardrobe necessity. The lightweight, breathable and wicking fabric is great for hiking, biking, travel..everything! The pullover has 5 pockets, including a specially designed chest pocket with a ZIP-PIP for sunglasses and ""back-up,"" patent-pending magnetic closures. The Weight Management System (WMS) for this pocket was an R & D coup...you can't imagine how much testing went into this design. The pullover also features the patented Personal Area Network (PAN), a detachable key chain, an epaulet to attach devices, like walkie-talkies, ventilation eyelets and an adjustable waist cord. Available in black microfleece. Machine Washable. Features: 7 Hidden Pockets, Improved PAN, ZIP-PIP, Hidden Epaulet, Collar Loops, Detachable Key Holder, Subtle Reflective Accents, Special Sunglasses Pocket. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. These are the measurements of the person wearing the shirt, not the shirt itself. S M L XL XXL XXXL Chest 36 in. 40 in. 44 in. 48 in. 52 in. 56 in. Waist 30 in. 34 in. 38 in. 42 in. 46 in. 50 in. Length 29 1/4 in. 30 in. 31 in. 32 in. 33 in. 34 in. Neck 14 1/2 in. 15 1/2 in. 16 1/2 in. 17 1/2 in. 18 1/2 in. 19 1/2 in. Sleeve Length 33 in. 34 in. 35 in. 36 in. 37 in. 37 in."
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Electronic Drum Kit Shirt
$29.99 $4.99
Electronic Drum Kit Shirt
We could do what those other supposedly geeky apparel companies do and print a regular t-shirt with a cool looking picture of a drum kit on the front... then say it was trendy, make a few Rock Band references and try to convince you to buy it. But we don't roll like that. At ThinkGeek we know you expect innovative new products and we're here to pony up the goods. So, how about an electronic t-shirt with a picture of an actual playable drum kit on the front? That's right. Hit the drums on this shirt with your finger and they play through the built in speaker... simple but amazing. With 7 different drum sounds you're ready for a personal drum solo on your chest.
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Spider-man Costume Hoodie
$69.99 $49.99
Spider-man Costume Hoodie
Sing along, spidey fans! Hoodie-man, Hoodie-man, Does whatever a hoodie can. Can he swing from a web? No he can't, cuz he zipped up the face part. SPLAT! There goes the Hoodie-man. Full-zip Spider-man costume hoodie lets you go incognito for blind crime fighting and/or naps. The hoodie is made of 60% cotton and 40% polyester fabric. See the chart below to choose your size. S M L XL 2X Chest 41 in. 43 in. 45 in. 48 in. 51 in. Waist 38 in. 40 in. 42 in. 45 in. 48 in. Front Length(from where collar meets shoulder) 28 in. 28 1/2 in. 29 in. 29 1/2 in. 30 1/4 in. Sleeve Length(from shoulder seam) 26 in. 26 1/2 in. 27 in. 27 1/2 in. 28 in.
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Electronic Drum Machine Shirt
$29.99 $22.49
Electronic Drum Machine Shirt
This fully-playable t-shirt based drum machine lets you make complex beats with ease while strolling down the boulevards of funky-town. Not only do you get 9 different drum kits at your disposal, you can create your own drum loops just like a professional drum machine. Simply tap the drum pads on the front of the shirt to create a rhythm. Once your loop is created, layer additional beats on top to build up a complex rhythm. You can make loops up to 3 minutes long and you've got unlimited tracks to play with. The ThinkGeek GeekLab™ boffins have done their best to cram as much amazing musical functionality into one shirt than ever before. With a little practice you can make amazing dynamic beats that evolve as you add layers of sound. Watch the video below to see exactly what we mean. Product Features Real Working Wearable Drum Machine & Looper 9 Different Drum Kits with 7 professional grade drum sounds each ROCK DRUMS RETRO 808 DISCOTEK TECHNO PUNK CLASSIC JAZZ BASS INVADERZ CHIPTUNE ZAPF DINGBEATS SCRATCHY Records and Loops Your Rhythms Record loops up to 3 minutes in length Create a loop, then build and layer beats on top with unlimited tracks Amazing 7-voices (you can actually hit all 7 drum pads at once) Mix and match sounds from the different built-in drum kits in one loop Working mini amp clips on your belt and goes to 11 Built-in analog audio output jack Exclusive product invented and designed by ThinkGeek (Patent Pending) Fully washable. Electronics and drum pads easily remove from shirt. Requires 4 x AA Batteries (not included)
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Lazer Shirt Interactive Tee
$24.99
Lazer Shirt Interactive Tee
The problem with regular t-shirts is that they're always the same. If you got a shirt with Darth Vader on it, it will always have Darth Vader on it. No matter how hard you wish, you can't turn it into a shirt featuring Boba Fett. It just won't happen, Wisher, so stop wishing. Stop wishing and get a Lazer Shirt. Lazer Shirts are interactive white t-shirts that let you design your own creation with the power of UV light. Simply touch the ultraviolet Lazer to the shirt, press the button, and draw or write whatever you want. Step into the darkness and your shirt will glow, displaying your creative genius. When the design finally fades, you can use your UV light to draw something totally new. And even though your Lazer Shirt is magical, you can still toss it in the washing machine like every other t-shirt. Product Specifications Create your own temporary glow-in-the-dark designs on your shirt Note: Despite what the photo may lead you to believe, the t-shirt is in fact white in hue. Included UV Lazer will charge the glowy material of the shirt Touch the laser to the shirt and draw or write whatever you want Turn out the lights to see your design glow Lose your UV Lazer? Any source of UV light will work with Lazer Shirt Safe for children (just don't let them nom the UV Lazer) Machine washable: just turn it inside out and wash on cold S M L XL 2X Length 28.5" 29.5" 30.5" 31.5 32.5 Width 18.5" 20" 21.5" 23" 24.5" Sleeve Length 8" 8.5" 9" 9.5" 10"
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Wi-Fi Detector Shirt
$29.99 $4.99
Wi-Fi Detector Shirt
Here at ThinkGeek we're pretty lazy when it comes to technology. We expect our gadgets to do all the busywork while we focus on the high level important tasks like reading blogs. That's why we hate to have to crack open our laptops just to see if there is any wi-fi internet access about... and keychain wi-fi detectors, we would have to actually remove them from our pockets to look at them. But now thanks to the ingenious ThinkGeek robot monkeys you can display the current wi-fi signal strength to yourself and everyone around you with this stylish Wi-Fi Detector Shirt. The glowing bars on the front of the shirt dynamically change as the surrounding wi-fi signal strength fluctuates. Finally you can get the attention you deserve as others bow to you as their reverential wi-fi god, while geeky chicks swoon at your presence. You can thank us later.
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Portal 2 Test Candidate Hoodie
$59.99 $41.99
Portal 2 Test Candidate Hoodie
Officially-licensed Portal gear! We've provided one end of this portal. The other end is up to you. Stuck in an endless meeting? Time to break out your handy dandy Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device and WOMPF yourself a way out. Elementary school concert? WOMPF. DMV? WOMPF. The possibilities are endless. This light grey full-zip hoodie is 100% cotton. It has two front pockets and ribbed cuffs and bottom. The zipper pull is a silver-colored 2D Companion Cube. We recommend that you turn the hoodie inside out before washing in cold water. Tumble dry low. Be forewarned: this will shrink if you wash it in warm water or dry it on hot. If you anticipate accidentally doing that, you may want to order a size up. Or if you plan on eating a lot of cake. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. S M L XL 2X 3X Chest 44 in. 46 in. 48 in. 50 in. 52 in. 54 in. Sleeve Length(from shoulder seam) 24 in. 24 1/2 in. 25 in. 25 1/2 in. 26 in. 26 1/2 in. Front Length(from where hood meets shoulder) 26 in. 27 in. 28 in. 29 in. 30 in. 31 in.
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The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie
$19.99 $7.99
The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie
Born from April Fools, the 8-bit tie is now a reality. With silk-like microfiber construction, this clip on* (for easy dressing and t-shirt-wear if needed) tie was custom designed by us for you. You'll be the envy of the office or, at least, you'll get tons of attention. You'll be just like Mario when he wore a tie to meetings when negotiating his contact with Nintendo... viva la 8-bit! * Note: There is a very good reason why this tie must be a clip on... Brought to you by ThinkGeek.
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Zombie Protest
$14.99
Zombie Protest
"Congratulations! We're glad you're ready to fight for zombie rights. This article outlines some of the steps involved and the associated pitfalls to avoid when planning a successful zombie gathering. Leadership. As you know, it is vital that some of the living remain in positions of leadership in the organization to provide the necessary motivation and thought-process behind running a large organization. Although, for consistency, you probably want your highest official to be a zombie in order to have him speak incoherently at corporate meetings and drool convincingly in discussions with politicians. However, leadership at the event should be an intelligent human, sympathetic to zombie rights. As the event coordinator, this human can provide guidance via a megaphone and also serves as a rallying point around which zombies will gather. Occasionally this ""gathering"" leads to ""dismemberment"" so you want to ensure that your event coordinator is expendable. This position fits nicely for zombie-rights activists hoping to transition to the less-demanding, zombie lifestyle. Attendance. You might have a whole legion of supporters, but it's important to mobilize your zombie protesters so that they show up on the day of the event. Plan ahead so that folks can put it on their calendars. You can notify the mindless via your MySpace or Facebook account. Pass out leaflets to ensure the interested are notified. We've found that promising that there will be beer and brains brings the college-aged zombies out en masse in particular. Location. We recommend a popular location with high-visibility for maximum exposure to the uninitiated. Although some organizations prefer the march, we find it easier to choose a specific place to protest. Shambling does not lend itself to marching, and zombies tend to get distracted more easily while in motion. Check with your local city hall to find out if you need a permit to gather at the location you've chosen. Remember that some of your supporters undoubtedly have physical impairments, so ensure your site is fully accessible. Coverage. It's important to get your event covered by the media so that your reach is greater than those present at the event. After all, they all may have been eaten, even the well-intentioned, amenable-to-Zombie-rights ones (sometimes they're the tastiest). Documentary film makers, such as George A. Romero, are an indispensable resource in getting the word out. Make use of them as whenever possible. ""Zombies Were People Too"" on a sandwich-board-clad zombie in black, blood red, and rotting-flesh green on a military green, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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Sheldon's Spot
$18.99 $13.29
Sheldon's Spot
"Honestly, we're surprised that Sheldon doesn't have his part of the couch roped off with stanchions. Velvet would add a bit of class to the living room, and also it'd give him a reason to use the word ""stanchion"" in a sentence, which really doesn't come around all too frequently. Gotta jump on it when you get the chance. The use of ""stanchion,"" not the couch. Jumping on the couch is clearly a violation of the Roommate Agreement. A couch with a little table tent (well, we suppose it's a couch tent in this situation) with the words ""RESERVED FOR SHELDON"" written on it graces a navy blue, 100% cotton t-shirt."
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