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Tomorrow is Pretend to Be a Time Traveler Day. Raid your wardrobe to put together an outfit suitable for your chosen "present day" and unleash a little bit of history (or the future!) on the world. Bonus points for a working hoverboard.

Can't decide? Just be Santa Claus! How else can one jolly elf hit up all the houses in the world on one night?

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Hobbit Jewelry - Every kiss begins with...

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The Hobbit! This holiday season, surprise your special someone with a gorgeous piece of jewelry replicated from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Be careful though, people seem to get pretty possessive with these rings, so you may just want to buy more than one.
Hobbit Jewelry - Every kiss begins with...

From the Shire - A Hobbit under every tree

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Santa's elves may be hard at work this year finding just the right toy for every girl and boy, but they have been forced to admit that they have a certain affinity for giving toys related to their brethren over in Middle Earth. Hobbits! Elves! Dwarves! The Hobbit offers every fan, even Santa's elves, a wide variety of authentic merchandise to choose from, including everything from t-shirts and maps of Middle Earth to letter openers.
From the Shire - A Hobbit under every tree

Quantum Bits - Tiny bits of light

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Quantum Bits are little chips with super-bright LEDs inside. They light up in response to vibration and thus far, here's what we've imagined doing with them: gluing them to the backs of our running shoes, letting them bounce on our subwoofer, integrating them into our LEGO buildings, playing with them at our desks instead of working... you get the idea. Each set of Quantum Bits comes with eight chips and each chip has a lifetime of 100,000+ flashes.
Quantum Bits - Tiny bits of light

Death Star Ice Sphere Tray - One cold moon

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It's no moon; it's an ice tray! Not only does this silicone tray make amazing ice cubes spheres, it also makes a handy snowball packer for kid-sized snowballs. Or a bowling ball mold for Snow Day Bowling! If you get really creative, you can even use it as a soap mold for homemade soaps or a chocolate mold for Death Truffles. Just don't do those last two with the same tray, unless you like foaming at the mouth.
Death Star Ice Sphere Tray - One cold moon

Zelda Master Sword and Shield - Take these

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It's dangerous to go alone! Hidden behind a pile of boxes in our warehouse was an Old Man who gives us a sword every time we visit him. Of course, a Master Sword requires an equally good shield. Then you'll be able to get past the fiery boss of Death Mountain, beat back those pesky boulders, or maybe just look awesome while you cry and retreat. And that's the most important thing of all, is it not? Please, Hero, fulfill the prophecy and reclaim your rightful weapon to ward off evil and impress other nerds.
Zelda Master Sword and Shield - Take these

The Walking Dead Compendium Volume 2 - Jonesing for Walkers?

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We're in the mid-season break for AMC's The Walking Dead. Do you know what that means? You're going to have to get your Walker fix elsewhere. How about going back to the source and reading The Walking Dead Compendium? We have both volumes, which is over 2000 pages of zombie goodness and stories you haven't seen on TV.
The Walking Dead Compendium Volume 2 - Jonesing for Walkers?

Portal Companion Cube String Lights - This is a triumph

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The Christmas tree is barren! So cold and dark sitting there in your corner. It misses its other tree friends from the forest. You know a bit about being lonely. There was a friend who helped you through a tough spot, and you can recruit them to help your tree! Wrap the lonely tree in dozens of little companion cubes with these Companion Cube String Lights. Now the little lonely tree has lots of warm friends... at least until it's time for the Burninator.
Portal Companion Cube String Lights - This is a triumph

Thorin's Map from The Hobbit - There and back again

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Feast your eyes on this beautiful treasure map from The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. This item is a recreation of the map created by Thror, grandfather of Thorin Oakenshield, the dwarf leader who hired Bilbo Baggins to reclaim the dwarves' treasure from Smaug, the greedy dragon. Designed by the artist who created the original for the motion picture, this replica is printed in New Zealand on Italian Marina Conchiglia parchment paper (sounds fancy!) and has die-cut edges. Don't be caught without one.
Thorin's Map from The Hobbit - There and back again

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"Middle Earth, the final frontier"
One small step for man,
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