ThinkGeek
2 days
For when you're on the Go. Don't be caught without a proper charge on your devices! If you can't identify what that zubat is weak to in Mt. Moon, you're gonna have a bad time. A really, really bad time. $14.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
An island paradise awaits. Whether your preference is to the sun or the moon, this collector's box will be sure to brighten your day or night. $39.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
The highest of honors. You're kind of a big deal. People know you. The quarters on your ship smell of rich mahogany. Don't sell yourself short - let everyone know that they should let you cut to the front of the lunch line if they see you. $19.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
A breath of history. Cherish the memories and get hyped about the future. The Legend of Zelda has always been stunning, and will always be stunning. So be stunned with over 400 pages of art from throughout the franchise. $39.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
Jot down your ideas just like Lucas. R2 schleps around a lot of stuff for other people, so why shouldn't he carry around your deepest thoughts? Or... your grocery list? He can store whatever words you choose to keep inside this little notebook. $19.99
ThinkGeek
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ThinkGeek
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Pretty cunning, don't you think? This black long-sleeved shirt has the white outline of Serenity in a repeating pattern on it. Works with a tie or without. Man walks down the street in a shirt like this, you know he's not afraid of anything. $49.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
A caffeinated adventure. You think Link has the energy to just chain dungeons like that without some aid? He needs a pick-me-up early in the morning. Ceramic travel mug for when he's in human form, maybe a doggy water bowl of coffee for wolf form later on. $12.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
If you wear them well, are they well-worn? Black and gold, they have a 1" tall elastic waist with the Wingcrest printed on the backs of the legs in gold, plus a cute little embroidered Wingcrest on the waistband. They're great for working out or just sitting around. $24.99
ThinkGeek
2 days
Utinni! No, you teeny! This calendar features 14 adorable original trilogy Star Wars characters who will help take your young padawan through his or her first year. It's flexible with spaces for you to fill in the calendar specifics so it works for any rolling 12 month period.
ThinkGeek
2 days
To boldly color. Whether you choose the classic TOS or the TNG book, each includes 45 original illustrations based on the series, ready for you to add a bit of color. $14.99
Woot
3 days
Tired of all the crap? Ask your doctor about Crapocillin.
Woot
4 days
Oh hey look we got a new banner ... Now that we've covered that very important news, on with the show. Things are starting to heat up here in the pun post. Just like last week, there was no Secret Pun guesser. We were looking for "George Aye-Aye Martin." That puts the pot at $15! Once again, we're going back to submissions from Punner's Choice II for our theme and, once again, we have daveinwarshington to thank for coming up with candy and movies. Examples: Twixster Harry Potter and the Deathly Mallos Gobstopper Everlasting And now for our favorites from last week, Writer's Flock : Truman Coyote (dmw804) Dr. Gnuess (Coogles) Ernest Lemmingway (shrill) Honorable Mentions: Salmon Rushdie (Coogles) Harper eeL (gpks1) LOLZ: F. Scott Fitzgerbil (marlowepi) The legal peeps tell us we need these Terms and Conditions . So there they are.
Woot
4 days
The perfect companion for all the introverts out there. Introverted people aren't unfriendly. They just have a very limited amount of energy to expend on socializing. They don't mind having a good, short chat now and again, but it's mentally exhausting for them to do so for long periods at a time. To combat this, my introverted brother once told me, "Act crazy, and no one will bother you." Now, the type of crazy you portray will depend on the level of introversion you manifest. If you are cripplingly introverted, by all means, dress in tights and a cape and pretend to fly around the streets of your town. If you're a more reasonable level of introverted, however, you can present a more ambiguously crazy persona to keep people guessing. For example, be the guy who wheels a portable generator behind him everywhere he goes and for no apparent reason.
CNET Cheapskate
4 days
It's kind of like getting the movie for free, assuming you can find a use for the Microsoft gift card. Plus: a super-sweet pocket-drone deal and a OnePlus 3T giveaway!
Woot
5 days
Turns the world upside down. HEY WAIT A SECOND THAT COULD BE A TV SHOW In some topsy-turvy world there are government conspiracies, a weird monster, and a bunch of young people trying to bring the scary things to an end. In our world, there are... well, okay, you've got us there. Point for you. But all that notwithstanding, it's super easy to get onto an Inversion Table and rotate yourself into a new point of view, a new (dare we say it?) world. When upside-down, gravity will pull you in a different way and you'll feel new stretching feelings and maybe think new ideas. Could be you'll find yourself surrounded by weird slug-like creatures or could be you'll come up with a great recipe for waffles. We just hope you wind up somewhere with a really cool soundtrack. If there's one thing we've learned, it's that ANYTHING is possible with the right soundtrack.
CNET Cheapskate
5 days
Not everyone wants to go wireless. These super-comfy 'buds are a steal at this price. Plus: an exclusive discount on an Echo Dot battery base!
Woot
6 days
Great news, everyone—the Idaho Potato Commission has named February as its official Potato Lovers' Month! In the commission's own words, this is a time to "explore Idaho® Potato versatility from a different and exciting angle." Some of us in the other forty-nine states sadly don't get to take all of Potato Lovers' Month off work, like they probably do in Idaho, but we can celebrate in other ways. For example, we've asked Jeopardy! 's Ken Jennings , who lives in an Idaho-adjacent state, to correct any morsels of our potato knowledge that might be a little half-baked. The Debunker: Is Vodka Made from Potatoes? Wine comes from grapes, beer is brewed from barley. And vodka comes from potatoes, right? This was, at least, the received wisdom I grew up with. Perhaps in the Cold War era, it was encouraging to imagine that, while we in the West were sipping on our fancy cognacs and whatnot, the denizens of the Evil Empire had no choice but to distill their grim, brain-fogging tipple from the lowly potato.
CNET Cheapskate
6 days
Free app MileUp awards you points for every mile you drive, and those points can be redeemed for gift cards. Plus: two bonus deals!
Woot
7 days
Laura's weekend was...interesting. How was your weekend?
Woot
7 days
Happy Music Monday! It's gonna get weird today as Scott takes a look at all the weirdos of music. Join in, if you're strange enough! Screaming Lord Sutch - Live Screaming Lord Sutch had a great sense of theater. You can see it in this video, where he comes out in a coffin, fakes getting shot, and then kills his attacker before singing his hit. Today that's commonplace but back then, who expected a short play at a rock concert? Only the weirdos, really. It'll only get weirder, people. It'll only get weirder. Syd Barrett - Baby Lemonade Pink Floyd's first phase was a really weird band. Pink Floyd's second phase was just talking about how weird they had been. Pink Floyd's third phase was trying to live up to their second phase. And even though you can argue that all the members had their part to play, there's no Pink Floyd as we know it without Syd Barrett.
Woot
9 days
Standing might be more healthy. Sitting might be more comfortable. Why commit? Sometimes you've got an idea so good you want to jump up and down, dancing as you work. Sometimes you've got a belly full of birthday cake but you still gotta make a deadline before you curl up for a nap. Sometimes you want a desk that's high, and sometimes you want a desk that's low. And that's why you keep wasting money on buying different sized desks like a sucker. But no more! Today you're getting a desk that lets you transition between high and low as easily as a bird takes flight. You're looking at twelve - TWELVE! - adjustment options and a nice roomy work surface for your monitor or laptop or legal pad or ancient scrolls or stones painted with berry dye or whatever it is you use these days. Your desk will be stable no matter if it is up or if it is down. It will be a glorious world of indecision and possible desk positions. Like the hokey pokey, but in a professional way.
Woot
9 days
Get your back alley clean again!
Woot
10 days
Get your back alley clean again!