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Summer con-goers, we salute you!

We've returned triumphant from SDCC, having rubbed elbows with--or at least seen--the geek elite. Timmy's a bit miffed that his costumes didn't make it in time, but otherwise, a geektacular time was had by all. We also have a newfound respect for cosplayers who braved the San Diego sun while wearing full bodysuits and/or leather or leather-esque products. You folks are seriously hardcore.

And speaking of geeks we respect, Happy Birthday, Gary Gygax. We still miss you.

Summer Sale! Mass of incandescent plasma? CHECK. A sale with prices like that big winter holiday we shall not name, only in July? CHECK!

What's New @ ThinkGeek !!

Multi-Color Animated LED Art Cube - Oooooh, shiny

If your images were on you'd see Multi-Color Animated LED Art Cube - Oooooh, shiny

Pssst, you're drooling a little. It's okay, everyone does it when they're staring at this beautiful cube of shiny rainbow lights. This cube is full of 64 multi-color LEDs and puts on quite an astounding light show. Are you doing fifteen minutes of real, actual work? Plug in the Multi-Color Animated LED Light Cube and you'll be so relaxed you may find your post-lunch zone-out lasting until it's time to clock out. Deeper and deeper... way, way down...
http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/lights/d71d/

Peel and Stick White Board - Peely for your thoughts

Sometimes the best way to remember something is to write yourself a note, and normally the most accessible space to write said note is on the wall near you. But then what happens when you need to write a new note? See, that's when you need some of these Peel and Stick White Boards. Put them anywhere you normally need to write notes: wall near your desk, bathroom stall door, laboratory, etc. And if you need to, you can peel and stick up to 5 times. So handy, you'll never use your memory again!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/supplies/e137/

If your images were on you'd see Peel and Stick White Board - Peely for your thoughts

Cupcake Factory - Finishing up the Triumvirate of Perfect Geek Food

If your images were on you'd see Cupcake Factory - Finishing up the Triumvirate of Perfect Geek Food

If you ask a geek to name the three perfect foodstuffs, the first answer you'll likely get is bacon, naturally. Next would probably be donuts. And though Unicorn came in very close, cupcakes closes the triumvirate. Now we've got a cupcake machine that cooks perfect little mini cupcakes in less than half the time, and without heating up the whole kitchen. Cupcakes at your desk? Why not? In your car? Pull over first, but sure! Just sprinkle some bacon on top, and you've got perfection.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/d7c8/

Boogie Board LCD Tablet - Cool way to save trees

If your images were on you'd see Boogie Board LCD Tablet - Cool way to save trees

This paperless LCD writing tablet is perfect for leaving messages, sketching ideas, and practicing anything from handwriting to calculus without killing a single tree. Anything from a finger to a stiff brush to a cookie cutter can be used to light up the pressure-sensitive surface. The coolest way to save trees, ever.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geek-kids/3-7-years/e330/

18" Terminator Endo Skeleton - 40% more powerful than the T-600

Endoskeleton Model T-800 features SKYNET's most advanced control system. It's fully armored in a hyper-alloy sheath around vital areas, and its frictionless bearings in its joints allow the unit to maneuver faster than previous models. When set to autonomous mode, it can learn like a human being, becoming more efficient as time goes on. Most importantly, it's 20% lighter and 40% more powerful than the T-600. Get yours today!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/collectibles/d107/

If your images were on you'd see 18 Terminator Endo Skeleton - 40% more powerful than the T-600

New T-Shirts !!

The Wesley Crushers

The Wesley Crushers

People for the Ethical Treatment of Zombies

People for the Ethical Treatment of Zombies

Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll

Periodic BaCoN V-Neck Babydoll

I Love My Geek Classic Women's Cut

I Love My Geek Classic Women's Cut

Miracle Max's Pharmacy

Miracle Max's Pharmacy

w00tstock 1.X T-Shirt

w00tstock 1.X T-Shirt

Raptor Kids' Hoodie

Raptor Kids' Hoodie

T. Rex Kids' Hoodie

T. Rex Kids' Hoodie

Raptor Hoodie

Raptor Hoodie

T. Rex Hoodie

T. Rex Hoodie

   

New Illusions Make You a Conjuring Wizard

Rabbits from hats and goofy card tricks don't impress us. We're more on the Penn and Teller side of the magic spectrum. Slight of hand... that's too much practice for us. That's why we're only offering you the finest illusions which require very little skill to execute. Stop your heartbeat with Control 2.0, morph playing cards in Distortion, put a cell phone inside a balloon in Pressure, and manifest wads of cold hard cash in Prophet.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/illusions.shtml

If your images were on you'd see New Illusions Make You a Conjuring Wizard

Origami Napkins - Dab and fold

If your images were on you'd see Origami Napkins - Dab and fold

One rule we try and stress here at ThinkGeek is: you should always play with your food. It makes mealtime so much more fun. Now you can play every time you eat and stay clean. Just take one of these napkins and follow the instructions printed on it. A fold here and a fold there and your napkin is now a swan napkin--a swanapkin! A swanapkin ready to drink up the sauce in the corners of your mouth. Also a great way to make late night take-out seem more fancy. Cheers!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/kitchen/d6fe/

Big Daddy Plush Subject Delta - Collector's item from Bioshock 2

Every Little Sister needs a Big Daddy. This doll really looks like it was cobbled together from items Little Sister found around Rapture with its baseball head, wire frame cage, corkscrew arm and more. This plush features a new head sculpt with a wristwatch face, giving it an authentic look that's straight from Bioshock 2.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/d543/

If your images were on you'd see Big Daddy Plush Subject Delta - Collector's item from Bioshock 2

Storming the Castle: The Princess Bride Game - Have fun

If your images were on you'd see Storming the Castle: The Princess Bride Game - Have fun

Holocaust cloak--check. Wagon--check. True love brought back to life with a miracle (in chocolate coating)--check! It's time to fight Prince Humperdink. Playing as one of the 4 main characters of The Princess Bride, you play cards and travel forward toward the castle. Your goal: save the princess (duh). Pepper each game by quoting one of the best movies ever made, and you'll have one heck of a good time. Have fun storming the castle!
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/games/e279/

Garden Zombie - Decorate your yard with the dead

If you look at your neighbors' yards, you'll probably see garden gnomes, stone frogs, and perhaps even a few pithy so-called "inspirational" sayings printed on rocks. Boring. As a self-respecting geek, you're better than that. Decorate your yard with the shambling dead. This resin sculpture will scare the pants off of any solicitor, nosy neighbor or errant squirrel with a deep seated fear of the rising undead. Even though he looks like he's about to shamble his way out of your begonias and start munching on your grey matter, he'll stay put, so your brains are safe in your skull... for now.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/homeoffice/gear/e557/

If your images were on you'd see Garden Zombie - Decorate your yard with the dead

Robotics DIY 3 Working Robots - Even Terminators start somewhere

If your images were on you'd see Robotics DIY 3 Working Robots - Even Terminators start somewhere

This kit won't help you build a nearly indestructible assassin, but it's a place to start your robotics adventure. This kit has everything you need to assemble three types of robots. The first detects objects using infrared rays, the second is a light-sensitive alarm, and the third can be operated using your TV remote. Best of all, there's no messy or dangerous soldering required. Everything snaps together with ease.
http://www.thinkgeek.com/geek-kids/7-13-years/dc98/


Quick Blurbs !!

Beamer iPhone Case

Beamer iPhone Case

Smart Mass Thinking Putty - New flavor: Magnetic Black Hole

Smart Mass Thinking Putty - New flavor: Magnetic Black Hole

iHome Keyboard with iPhone Dock

iHome Keyboard with iPhone Dock

Zig-Zag Knot Puzzle

Zig-Zag Knot Puzzle

Spudz Microfiber Gadget Cleaning Cloth

Spudz Microfiber Gadget Cleaning Cloth

Kids Star Wars ABC Book

Kids Star Wars ABC Book

Super Caffeinated Chocolate Rocks

Super Caffeinated Chocolate Rocks

ProMini Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad

ProMini Wireless Keyboard with Trackpad

Tune Bug

Tune Bug

Android Karenina

Android Karenina

Spitball Dartpad

Spitball Dartpad

Trek Fish Car Emblem

Trek Fish Car Emblem

Illuzine - Turn your magazines into a wall sculpture

Illuzine - Turn your magazines into a wall sculpture

Snuggly Spaceship

Snuggly Spaceship

Dual LED Safety Glasses

Dual LED Safety Glasses

 

Wall of Awesome Happiness Winner

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Want to see your creative, unique, or downright bizarre postcard appear on our wall and in our next newsletter? Mail one to our Fairfax, Virginia HQ and win a $50 gift certificate!

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Submit Your Techie Haiku, Win $50!

The latest ThinkGeek Techie Haiku Winner is Carol from Eerie, Pennsylvania!
We lovingly title it, "Delicious Bastards."

    Zombies everywhere
    Time to nut up or shut up
    Twinkies here I come.

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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