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We're baaaack!

Last week, the entire ThinkGeek staff braved the sunrise for an early morning flight, shambled to the island of Puerto Rico, made nefarious global domination plans, slathered ourselves in SPF 90 (and still got burned), imbibed many a local beverage, horked down our weight in pork (and that's a lot of pork!), saw the Arecibo Radio Telescope (but sadly, did not contact aliens), and even relaxed in a hot tub with an iguana.

All that, and we STILL prepared an amazing deal for you loyal minions. Feast on the t-shirt grab bag, nerds!

Reach in and pull out a random new shirt for as low as $5.99. Try your (+3) luck while supplies last!

What's New @ ThinkGeek !!

iChime Programmable Doorbell - The boring doorbell is dead

If your images were on you'd see iChime Programmable Doorbell - The boring doorbell is dead

Ding-dong. That's the sound of a doorbell. It's also a great word to describe people who settle for boring doorbells in their homes or workplaces. With the iChime, you can store up to six custom user recordings. Always wanted the chimes from Jean-Luc Picard's private quarters? You can have them. Want the Hallelujah Chorus to play every time the pizza guy arrives? You can have it. Want to change your doorbell sound as often as you change your underwear (which we HOPE is daily)? You can do it all with iChime. You can even have Wolowitz's mom yelling "THERE'S SOMEONE AT THE DOOR!" Don't be a ding-dong--get an iChime!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/d326/

Death Star Wall Cling - Inspirational art for the Glory of the Empire!

No one will ever forget where they were when they heard the terrorist rebels had destroyed the Death Star. The rallying cry was heard from Tattoine to Coriscant--"Build it Again!" Engineers from all over the empire immediately leapt onto the project. In a secret location in the Moddel Sector, a new symbol of Imperial might is being assembled, and you can commemorate its resurrection with this beautiful vinyl wall-cling of the new space station under construction. For the Glory of the Emperor!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/posters/d314/

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Two New Techie Hubs - For your USB device pleasures

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Holy hubs, Batman! First off we have the 16 Port USB Hub. No, that was not a typo. Sixteen ports. Plug in your phone, iPod, flash drive, external HD, digicam, SnowBot, fiber optic Christmas tree, plasma ball, jellyfish mood lamp, pet rock, turntable, robot owl, humping dog, Lilliput mini monitor, LED beverage cooler, and missile launcher--all at the same time. You can even switch the hub between two computers! The External Dual Sata Drive/Card Reader/USB Hub lets you connect two 2.5" or 3.5" SATA HDs to your computer via the magic of USB. Great for data transfer, backups, and cloning for PCs or Macs. Oh, and did we mention it's also a card reader and a USB hub?
http://www.thinkgeek.com/brain/whereisit.cgi?t=newhubs

Doodle Track - Draw your own racetrack and the car follows!

We don't know about you, but as geeklings, we were always disappointed by the click-together race car tracks. Ovals just aren't inspiring, you know? And let's face it, toy designers didn't give you much to work with when it came to those "design your own track" kits. With the Doodle Track, your geekling will not have to suffer with uninspired tracks like you did. All you need is a black marker and the sky is the limit! Draw the track and the race car will follow automagically. The Doodle-Track Car is more than just a race set. Itís a craft activity that encourages children to be creative!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geek-kids/3-7-years/d394/

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Induction Portable Electric Cooktop - Like a microwave with magnets

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Microwave ovens work by exciting polar molecules, like water, into waving up and down. This vibration generates heat and cooks your food. As awesome as this convenience is, sometimes nothing short of direct application of heat will give that steak a nice sear. Enter magnetic induction! Alternating polarity magnetic fields make ferrous metals like the steel in your pans heat up almost instantaneously. No open flames or glowing elements, so it's safe for any room. Science! It's what's for dinner!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/d19f/

Mini Ninja Weapons Cell Phone Charms - Ready to defend your calls

Mini ninjas require special equipment to take out. They are so small, they can easily dodge normal-sized weapons. Well, now you have the edge with these tiny versions of a katana, nunchucks, and throwing stars. Each one is all-metal and instantly sets your cell phone apart from any other. And if cell phone charms aren't your thing, keep 'em on your keyring. These little weapons are tough enough to rebuff any mini ninja attempting to attack you at night and steal your cheese. Yeah, it happens to us, too.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/japanfan/cf63/

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Let me 'splain. - No. There is too much. Let me sum up.

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This week we have 6 new t-shirts plus 3 new babydolls. As our color palette goes, they're mostly our traditional black, but we've included a smattering of color--some blues. We hear it's relaxing. General topics include gaming and beer, and the intersection thereof. More specific subjects include Hitchhiker's Guide, Serenity / Firefly, and Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog. For the science fans, we're covering physics, astronomy, and teuthology, which our marine biologist friends know is the study of cephalopods. *waves a tentacle in their direction* Come see for yourself.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/newshirts/20100310.shtml

The Slanket - Be toasty warm, happy, and productive!!

The Slanket(R) Blanket is the ultimate geek accessory. Shiver no more, office monkeys in buildings where the A/C cranks year-round! Slip on your Slanket(R) and bang out those lines of code without your code monkey fingers going numb. Keep a Slanket(R) in your man/grrl-cave and stay toasty while you execute headshot after glorious headshot. Seven color choices including classic black, ruby wine red, and pirate skull & crossbones.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/cubegoodies/d4d9/

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Bioshock Action Figures - Lamb is watching

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BioShock fans, rejoice! This set of awesome figures includes Subject Delta (aka Big Daddy) and Big Sister. These are beautiful sculpts with tons of tiny details. At times, it's hard to believe they're just plastic and not rusted metal, cloth, and leather. The paint job enhances the quality of the sculpt with deep and metallic hues of gold, silver, black, brown, red, and blue. Even the tiniest details like Big Sister's buckles are painted with care. Both figures are true to the game and include individualized weapons and accessories. Just remember, Lamb is watching.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/collectibles/d2ff/

Iron Man FX Arc Reactor - Proof Stark has a heart

Ready for some earth-shattering news? Iron Man's Arc Reactor isn't anything more than a high powered blender. Seriously, it's how Tony Stark makes his margaritas so dang tasty. Of course that's not true, but what is true is the Arc Reactor was a beautiful movie prop. And now you can have one of your own. Whether you keep it in its custom display case or take it out to show your friends, this heavy, metal, full-size, light-up replica will make you proud Tony has a heart and is using all his riches to help make the world a better place--one metal-encased person at a time.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/collectibles/c7aa/

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Quick Blurbs !!

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The latest ThinkGeek Techie Haiku Winner is Martha from Newfoundland, Canada!
We lovingly title it, "Tasty Bits."

    i was quite hungry
    so i went to my laptop
    i love homemade Pi

Send us your original HAIKU and we'll select one winner and print it right here on the next ThinkGeek newsletter installment for all to see, plus we'll send you a $50 ThinkGeek gift certificate. Get creative! More details and rules here.

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