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Dear Mayors of ThinkGeek,
Thanks for checking in! Today is the dorkiest AND best day ever. For starters, it's Embrace Your Geekness Day. We don't know about you, but we wear our geek on the outside. Also, self-hugging is skeevy. We prefer to use today to celebrate the birthday of Sir Patrick Stewart, the only bald guy who can look sexy and powerful while wearing a jumpsuit.
Since we can't raise a glass of synthehol in his honor (yet!), we'll just use these bottles of beer our new robot opened. Happy Birthday, Jean-Luc!
What's New @ ThinkGeek !!
When cold-starting anti-matter engines, or zipping around a
gravity well at warp speed, you can find yourself in time warp.
Make sure you've got an accurate--and incredibly stylish--
timepiece on your wrist, just in case you get lost somewhere
in time! This watch is self-winding, so it never needs batteries
and it's a limited edition--only 1701 units will be made!
Combine your love of mystery and LEGO and snag yourself a few of
these grab bags! Each bag contains one random minifig, accessory,
display stand, and collection leaflet. This collection includes:
Demolition Dummy, Forestman, Cowboy, Super Wrestler, Zombie,
Ninja, Cheerleader, Skater, Tribal Hunter, Circus Clown,
Magician, Deep Sea Diver, Robot, Nurse, Caveman and Spaceman.
The perfect green gadget for the traveling geek. With its
powerful 20,000 mAh battery and 29 unique adapter tips, it can
power up and charge just about any portable electronic device.
No need to carry around multiple chargers! Whatever you've deemed
necessary to your life away from electricity, this charger can
juice it up with the power of the sun!
Time to tell people what you really think of them, without
getting into trouble. It's simple: just replace their fortune
cookie (when they're not looking, of course) with one of these.
These fortune cookies have the funniest, most depressing, and
sometimes downright rudest fortunes you'll ever see.
Even with all our technology, it's still hard to decide who picks
the day's lunching location. Not only must we check out reviews
on Urban Spoon and Yelp, we need to take into account whether or
not we REALLY want to be the Mayor of Uncle Greasy's Taco Hut.
(Again.) Oh, and don't forget that Sheldon WILL lecture you if
you ask for chopsticks at the Thai place. Best use a fork. For
iPhone 3G and 3Gs.
It's Casual Friday on the Imperial Star Destroyer Devastator.
Even the Dark Lord of the Sith is dressing down: in lieu of his
drab metallic plastic belt buckle, he's opted for the stylish
polished chrome symbol of the Empire instead. Meanwhile, in the
Outer Rim, Lando's sporting his own shiny Rebel belt buckle. It's
not the Force that holds up your pants, light-side or dark-side.
You need a belt.
Let's face it--computer geeks collect files. Many of them large,
some of them illicit, and perhaps even one or two illegal. Hey,
we're not here to judge; we're here to help! Dock just about any
of your old drives into this simple device and give 'em a brand
new life. Or use it to recover data from a drive in a dead
At ThinkGeek, we worship duct tape and we've collected some of
the more wondrous applications for you! First, the Duct Tape Tie
so you can dress up for clients without losing your own sense of
style. Next is a mug that looks like a messy wad of duct tape,
but is really a sturdy ceramic creation. Finally, the world-
famous Nashua 357 spool of duct tape--the very same the
ROBO ROBO ROBO Fly fast and free and fight to the max the evil
robot! Stealth Robo will hold tight your 2GB of data inside while
bending the arms and turning the head to fight off danger on the
outside! When plugged in, watch the heart glow red with data
transfer! ROBO ROBO ROBO Full rubber body means safe for falling
and horns and tail mean totally cute!!!
Hand grinders are fine, but when one hand is stirring, or holding
a hot pot, grinding with just one hand is impossible. Our
grinders use a gravity activated switch to activate an electric
grinder, so all you have to do is turn the mill over, and get the
freshest ground pepper and milled salt possible, and all in a
one-handed operation to boot! Kitchen tech, FTW!
The MamaRoo Bouncer is the ultimate bouncer for developing the
geek in your new baby. For starters, it moves in five different
ways to simulate baby's favorite motions. Three plush balls in
the mobile are decorated in the style of Van Gogh, Monet, and
Seurat to engage the wee creative brain. Nature sounds are built-
in, but you can hook your mp3 player in to bring the ROCK.
Kittehs, they're devious. They have been plotting ways to get a
cheezburger and since stealing one at the 4th of July party
didn't work, they've come up with a new plan. Kitteh will hide
in Japanese box. When dumb hooman puts a coin on the fishy food
bowl on top of the box, kitteh will pop out, snatch coin, go back
into box, meow cute-liek, count money silently.
This clock is just plain mean, and here's why: when the alarm
goes off, one screen displays an operator (plus or minus sign)
and the other screen displays the mathematical answer. To silence
the alarm, you must rotate the two numerical wheels so the
equation makes sense. See the evil? You have to do math in order
to turn the alarm off, waking up mind and body simultaneously.
While smartphones are indeed smart and amazing, they're really
hard to operate with only one hand, especially when you're on the
go with your wee geek in tow. The TextHook tightly secures your
smartphone to your stroller while giving you full access to its
touchscreen or keyboard. With the touch of a finger, you can be
texting, talking, or emailing while pushing your wee geek around
Who would have thunk that a brush is the best way to control the
capacitive touch display on your iPhone or iPad? Turns out that
the special iCooly Brush Stylus mimics your stubby finger
perfectly, except with much more accuracy. It's great for typing
on the iPhone or for drawing apps on the iPad. What's more, the
brush retracts into the stylus. Just try and get your finger to
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Submit Your Techie Haiku, Win $50!
The latest ThinkGeek Techie Haiku Winner is Traci, from Milwaukee, Wisconsin!
We lovingly title it, "It's too late."
You're in a garden.
Roll Intelligence, Eric.
It's a gazebo!
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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