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Greetings from the future!

With all this looking back re: our anniversary, we thought it was only right to look forward a bit, specifically to 2126, when ThinkGeek will be 127 years old, and Timmy will be communicating with you telepathically. You see, on this day in 2126, everybody will be talking about Comet Swift-Tuttle, which gives us the Perseids, because it's going to be really close. Like reach-out-and-touch-a-comet close. Well, hopefully not quite, but there is a possibility. We've got 112 years to figure something out, so get on it.

What's New at ThinkGeek!

Wheatley Laboratories Messenger Bag - Under new management

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We thought it was about time for a change around here. No more assistant to the guy in charge of the neurotoxin release button. No more nanobot work crew duties rebuilding shafts. No more tending to all the smelly humans. Welcome to new Wheatley Laboratories! We're still updating all the corporate letterhead and mugs and whatnot. But here. Have a lovely bag. Good for carrying all your human things, like... you know. Things humans need. Oh! Like jumpsuits, of course. And mashy spike plates. Coincidentally, we have one right here. You should go over and get a better look at it.

Grillbots - This robot is all up in your grill

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Cats on Roombas everywhere are about to be jealous: now there's a grill cleaning robot. Meet the Grillbot, which is more hamster-sized than cat.* No more humans scrubbing with a brush for you. The Grillbot roams around your dirty grill, whether it be charcoal or electric, letting its sharp brass brushes do all the work. And when it's done? Pop the brushes off and into your dishwasher. Let your robot dishwasher work on your robot grill cleaner. It's like you have your own robot army.

* But seriously, don't put a hamster on this thing.

ibattz Portable Power - Powerful New Chargers

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In this world of portable electronics (which we need in order to survive), running out of power is NOT an option. That's why we found these new ibattz products. First, we have the Refuel, which lives on our iPhone 5S and recharges it fully in about 2 hours. Then, we have a Vogue Battstation in our utility belt with its 1A of output for charging smartphones, iPods, and anything else needing that amperage. And finally, in our computer case, we keep the Battstation Optimus. This powerpack has 2 USB ports (1 x 1A and 1 x 2.1A) for charging a phone and a tablet at the same time! By the power of ibattz, WE HAVE THE POWER! And now, so can you.

Doctor Who Blue Dangle TARDIS Earrings - Ear + doctor <> otolaryngologist

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Hang these matt(e) blue (thx, Cailin!), "bigger on the inside" charms from your lobes with these Doctor Who Blue Dangle TARDIS Earrings. They're fish-hook-style and come with rubber stoppers so you don't lose track of your earrings. Now if they VWORP off of their own accord, we can't be held responsible for that....

Hyperkin Retron 5 Bluetooth Wireless Controller - No strings attached

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You've got your RetroN 5, and you're enjoying all your old carts. Trick is, you'd love to play somebody else head-to-head. Part of the magic that is embodied in the RetroN 5 is that it has 6 ports for your original controllers: 2 x SNES, 2 x Genesis, and 2 x NES. But, you know, the same way you probably don't have those old systems because they ended up in a yard sale someplace, you probably don't have the controllers either. And that's why we carry standalone RetroN 5 Bluetooth wireless controllers. Pick up one in either black or grey to match your system.

Team Fortress 2 1/6 Scale Machine Heavy Figure - Mann vs. Machine!

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When the Robots attack, it's up to RED and BLU to band together and destroy them all. Both armies must put aside their differences and concentrate on blowing up something else for a change. The Robot Heavy was one of our favorite Robots to go up against, and now we can play with one on our desk! Standing a full foot tall, these Team Fortress 2 1/6 Scale Robot Heavy Figures are massive and imposing. They each come with a Minigun and feature over 30 points of articulation - including the fingers! And though only BLU Robots are seen in the game, we have RED versions, too - because there are unused game files for RED Robots and we like being completists!

New Tabletop Offerings - Would you like to play a game?

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Sometimes it's really refreshing to get away from all the devices, even if you're just playing games on them. Because a device represents the ability for work to get in contact with you, even if they don't. Time to unplug and play some real games. You know, the kind with cards and dice that involve a table and other people. We've picked up a whole bunch of our favorites for you: Ticket To Ride 10th Anniversary Limited Edition, The King of Tokyo!, Munchkin Card Game (in original and zombie flavor), and the ultimate teamwork game, Castle Panic! They're guaranteed to cover all your Trainzilla tower defense needs (+1).

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