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If we build it, they will come.

What's happening at TGHQ? We're building a Jaeger. A giant Timmy (of course) with a tail that will take out any Kaiju that threaten the fine folks of Fairfax, Virginia. We realize that Fairfax is three hours away from the Atlantic Ocean. That just gives us plenty of time to figure out which of our chucklehead employees are drift compatible.

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Jumpshot USB Drive - The perfect gift

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"No, I will not fix your computer" has been one of our most popular t-shirts for years and years. We know you've been spending quality time with your family updating browsers, cleaning out malware, and sometimes having to do a complete wipe and restore. What a pain! Wouldn't it be way better to provide them with a tool that would easily let them fix their own computer? Jumpshot answers our wildest dreams. Plug the USB stick into any PC and the program will remove viruses, malware, and all the other junk that slows down computers. Check the specs: this is our favorite PC product this year!
Jumpshot USB Drive - The perfect gift

Mario Kart 7: Drift IR Assortment - 3...2...1... go!

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The mini dirt jumps, small pools of water, and hovering question mark cubes twirling in a horizontal line in your backyard... it still feels like it's missing something. If only there was a way to put your favorite Nintendo characters into little miniature go-karts, control them as they raced around at high-speeds, and had the ability to drift and spin around corners. What? You can?
Mario Kart 7: Drift IR Assortment - 3...2...1... go!

Silo Portion Control Containers - Please sir, can I have s'more?

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When modern civilization as we know it does finally comes to an end, whether it's because we are attacked by zombies or stranded on a desert island after a plane crash, we are going to want to ration off what little food we have. The Silo Portion Control Containers will make rationing out the last of your food much easier. The containers come in three sizes each measuring out a different portion. A simple container that guarantees exact portions every time.
Silo Portion Control Containers - Please sir, can I have s'more?

Phosphor Appear Watch - Shiny!

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This stylish and futuristic watch is powered by Phosphor's "Micro-Magnetic Digital technology," which uses a tiny electromagnetic field to change the position of the crystal-adorned rotors that display the time in minutes or seconds. There is also an "off" setting to display a full, blank field of crystals.
Phosphor Appear Watch - Shiny!

Sprinkles the Unicorn - It's about time!

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Everyone knows that unicorns fart sprinkles and poop rainbows. It's time to bring unicorn farts into your kitchen with Sprinkles the Unicorn. Simply fill Sprinkles with your favorite color/flavor of sprinkles (or jimmies, if you're from northern climes). Create something that requires sprinkles to be complete: cake, cupcakes, cookies, a steak. Then shake, shake, shake that unicorn's booty and the sprinkles will flow.
Sprinkles the Unicorn - It's about time!

Starfleet Academy Class Ring - Congrats, grad!

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This class ring is a symbol of the admirable achievement of a Starfleet education, and is a replica of the ring worn by Kirk in the 2009 Star Trek film. It includes Kirk's graduation year, 2258, and the Starfleet logo recreated in detail from the prop from the film in polished sterling silver.
Starfleet Academy Class Ring - Congrats, grad!

Doctor Who TARDIS Ice Bucket - Colder on the inside

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The TARDIS has got to have a bar, right? A place where the Doctor and his companions can unwind after a day of fighting Daleks and Cybermen with a refreshing beverage. Add some Doctor Who goodness to your kitchen or bar with this TARDIS ice bucket, and each time you refresh your drink with a cube from inside you'll know it has traveled through time and space to get to you. It's wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey refreshment!
Doctor Who TARDIS Ice Bucket - Colder on the inside

14-in-1 Solar Robot Kit - Sun-bots!

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We believe that robots are our future. Teach them well and watch them turn on us. Show us all the beauty our insides possess, etc. If robots were smart, they'd become solar powered. Then they'd have a free energy source. Just like the cute (non revolt-ing) robots you can build with this kit. Using a bunch of snap together parts, you can create (one at a time) robots that walk, crawl, slither, roll, shamble, and swim. It's a great kit to help your geekspawn learn about robots, but don't forget you! It's also a fantastic kit to put together at your desk while you're supposed to be working. Little robot sunglasses (and, of course, the sun itself) not included.
14-in-1 Solar Robot Kit - Sun-bots!

Jot Stylus Pens - Get stylin'

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The new digital world is opening new doors for graphic designers, comic book writers, artists, and writers. All that was missing was stylus that could keep up. The Jot Touch features Palm Rejection technology, 2,000 levels of pressure sensitivity, and a fine point tip for accuracy. If you walk between the world of digital and dead tree, the Jot Flip is a stylus on one side, and has a hidden pen on the other!
Jot Stylus Pens - Get stylin'

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