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That's Dogspeak for "Happy Take Your Dog to Work Day," also known as the Starks' favorite holiday. We hope your favorite four-legged companion is with you today, bestowing furry happiness upon you, wherever you may be. For some tips on turning your office into a dog-friendly workplace from a business that's been doing it for 105 years now (in dog years), check out our blog. And without further ado, let us fetch the new products for you.

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DC Bombshells Posters - Super Retro

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Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl - all of these DC Heroines kick major butt. When they arrive on the scene, the bad kids know they're going down. Then there's Catwoman and Harley Quinn. Sometimes they're good, sometimes they're not. But still, forces to be reckoned with. And now you can see these powerful women filtered through the style of classic pinup art and WWII era propaganda/advertising images/airplane nose art. Each poster is printed on 100lb, satin-finish paper, featuring original art by Ant Lucia. When we look at these DC Bombshells Posters, the words of Rosie the Riveter fill our ears, "I pity the fool who don't eat my cereal!"
DC Bombshells Posters - Super Retro

Look at Your Ugly Mug - Pick up a new beverage container

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Take a look at your current mug. Yes, it may or may not contain coffee (or both tea and no tea), but that is probably its most exciting feature. Our Power Symbol Glow-in-the-Dark Mug, well, glows in the dark. And the Higgs Boson and Zombies to Robots Heat-Change Mugs know if they contain a tasty hot beverage and can to display it graphically (which obviously kicks your mug's butt as it just sits there doing nothing). The LHC print finds the Higgs Boson and the Zombies to Robots does just what our site background does, which, if you'd never noticed, you might be playing with for a while.
Look at Your Ugly Mug - Pick up a new beverage container

DIY Pen Kit - With heat shrink skin!

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This is a wicked little DIY kit. The first thing you do is assemble the birch plywood skeleton of the pen, inserting the pen guts along the way. Now, you have a pen you built yourself! But it's naked, and we can't have that (think of the children). So, this kit comes with a bit of heat shrink tubing which you slide your pen into. Add your own hot air (a heat gun or hair dryer works great) and the heat shrink will... well... shrink! It'll seal in your pen and form a rubber skin over the whole thing. Your pen will now be the coolest in the office, and since it accepts Parker-style ink gel refills, your DIY Pen will be your friend for a very long time.
DIY Pen Kit - With heat shrink skin!

Robot Turtles: The Board Game for Little Programmers - Hook 'em while they're young

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There are four turtles and they each want to get to their own colored gem. That's the challenge your kids will fact in Robot Turtles. They'll play cards and build a list of commands for their turtle to move. You, as the Turtle Mover, will "run" the programs they build. And if your kids discover they messed up, they'll just have to "debug" their program. As they get better at playing, they can level up and unlock new features and new learning experiences. Created by a computer programmer for his family, Robot Turtles will teach programming basics and get your geeklings on the path to loving code!
Robot Turtles: The Board Game for Little Programmers - Hook 'em while they're young

New Star Wars Lamps - May the light be with you

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Star Wars is all about the battle between the Light and the Dark Sides. But here's the main reason why the Dark Side will never win: it's dark and they keep banging their shins on the coffee table. And that's why the Jedi created these Star Wars Lamps, as a way to bring some light to the darkness. For the desks, there are two different Star Wars Motion Lamps, featuring a hilt with lava-like blobs that travel the "blade." Then for the rest of the room, there are the Star Wars Lamps. These come in two styles of helmets (Darth Vader and Stormtrooper) and two sizes (small and large). We imagine that Endor has a lot of candle-powered versions of these lamps made from actual helmets; these, however are PVC with LEDs.
New Star Wars Lamps - May the light be with you

Pacific Rim Action Figures - Tresspasser, Coyote, and Cherno Alpha now available!

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Two words: Pacific. Rim. Humans vs. monstrous sea creatures. Giant robots. Idris Elba. The tagline was "Go big or go extinct," and we totally went big. And now we're going small, between 6" and 8" to be precise. Pick up the newest action figures in the Pacific Rim line with Trespasser, Coyote, and, yes, for all of you who've been waiting patiently - Cherno Alpha. Get on it and complete your collection today.
Pacific Rim Action Figures - Tresspasser, Coyote, and Cherno Alpha now available!

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