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Harness the power. Intended for right-handed cosplayers, a switch on the disc lets you swing the blade out or sheathe it along your arm. The adjustable forearm strap means this fits a wide variety of Sheps and non-Sheps, armored or not.
ThinkGeek
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Roll the dice to see if I'm getting clean. A ThinkGeek exclusive, this set of 3 individually wrapped soaps - a d20, a d10, and a d8 - are great for sharing with your group and sudsing up to get rid of dirt, grime, and con crud. Plus, these are like little maracas. Each one has a die inside. $29.99
ThinkGeek
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ThinkGeek
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Outfit Auto-Swap Mod. It's a single hoodie for multiple occasions. You can decorate it with your previously mentioned smiling Vault Boy patch, a Nuka Cola patch, or a Brotherhood of Steel for when you need to run a few missions for them to unlock that Vertibird. $49.99
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These won't last long at this price, so get one while you can. Plus: a $25 smartwatch!
Woot
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January 1, 2017 isn't just New Year's Day… it's also the Internet's 34rd birthday. On January 1, 1983, all the computer systems on the ARPANET, created by the Department of Defense in 1969, were required to switch over to the TCP/IP network protocol that it still uses today, giving birth to the Internet as we know it. But how well do we know it? Onetime computer programmer (and Jeopardy! computer victim) Ken Jennings is here to do a complete systems update on all the Digital Age spam in your mental inbox. The Debunker: Are Apple Products Really Virus-Proof"? Fans of Apple devices are a proud and loyal bunch, and for years they've been a little smug about the barrage of viruses and other malware faced by the less fortunate among us who use Windows machines. They thought their beloved Macs were virus-proof, and Apple was happy to let them go right on believing that.
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Choose wisely Note that these are available in Unisex and Ladies' cut. $19.99
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Choose wisely Note that these are available in Unisex and Ladies' cut. $19.99
ThinkGeek
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ThinkGeek
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[Sale!] Business casual, MMO style.These polo shirts will allow you to swear your loyalty at work. Choose the Alliance one with the symbol embroidered in gold or the Horde one with it in red. Both factions are on three-button black polos with banded sleeves. $17.99
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[Sale!] Don't get emotional over this shirt.There's no reason you shouldn't start the geeking out while they're still in the womb. Start 'em early, we say. $10.99
ThinkGeek
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Finally, the droid we're looking for! K-2SO is given the attention it deserves on this black ladies' tee from the new Rogue One movie. Celebrate this unlikely hero from the latest space opera set in the Star Wars universe. Price: $12.99
ThinkGeek
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ThinkGeek
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Through mortality, regret, and discovery, The Last Unicorn finds unexpected allies and friends on her journey to find the others. Mark the upcoming 35th anniversary of this stunning film with this ladies' tank depicting the major characters of the film. Price: $12.99
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With a few minutes and a few free tools, you an resurrect nearly any aging PC with a fresh, fast, Chrome-like interface.
ThinkGeek
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Our vendor even translated the Aurebesh for us! (They never do that.) So we worked it out ourselves before we realized. Eh. For another week, we'll keep wondering why some house numbers have Rs in them. Price: $9.99
ThinkGeek
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How much would you pay for this geeky shirt? $9.99? $14.99? But wait... there's more! No, actually, there isn't. Except for the fact that it's FREE with $50 purchase. Price: $6.99
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[Sale!] Crush the resistance.Our vendor even translated the Aurebesh for us! (They never do that.) So we worked it out ourselves before we realized. Eh. For another week, we'll keep wondering why some house numbers have Rs in them. $9.99
ThinkGeek
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ThinkGeek
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When Luke Cage has your back, you know that you're safe. Relax. Turn on some jazz. Have some coffee. The Hero for Hire" shirt features classic comic book Luke Cage for old-school fans. Price: $14.99
ThinkGeek
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Perfect fit for a wallet, a Dedenne, or a Flabebe! This durable-yet-adorable bag is the perfect place to hold you potions, your Pokdex, or your Dedenne. There's also plenty of room for your gym badges! $49.99
ThinkGeek
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Bacon, beer, and wasabi - this candy is literally exploding with flavor. Bubbles of carbon dioxide are trapped in each piece of candy during the manufacturing process. That means when you put this in your mouth, flavor literally bursts out of the candy. Price: $7.99
Woot
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Woot
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Happy Music Monday! It used to be that being on TV made you famous nationwide. It used to be that recording a hit record did the same thing. So it was only natural there would be some crossover between TV and Pop Star, right? Today Scott's gathered five TV heroes of yore and their music. And now, you must watch and listen. YOU MUST. David Soul - Don't Give Up On Us David Soul was on Starsky Hutch . He was Starsky. Or maybe Hutch. It's been a long time. Also, he had a hit single. Pretty good, right? I certainly think so. Thankfully for Scott, there are plenty of other TV actors with recording careers too. You'll see four more, coming right up! Don Johnson - Tell It Like It Is Don Johnson has had more than one hit TV show! Also, he recorded more than one song! One more than one album! They weren't really the best. But this one isn't too bad, right? Bruce Willis - Respect Yourself Before he was a movie star, Bruce Willis was on TV.