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"Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you."

It was on March 10 in the year 1876 that Alexander Graham Bell made his first phone call and uttered those words. Of course, if he had made that phone call 101 years later, it would have gone a little differently. Bell would have said, "Mr. Watson, have you bathed recently? Because there are rings around Uranus." (Those rings were discovered on March 10, 1977!) And what's an astronomically bad joke better for than to remind you that tomorrow is Douglas Adams's birthday. Make sure you hug your towel in his honor or, if you're a mattress, just keep flolloping.

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Up to 40% off Star Stuff - Space, real and fictional

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It's humbling to think that every living thing that has ever existed in the universe or ever will is made of the same stuff as we are - very basic atoms formed in the core of hot stars billions of years ago and set on their interstellar journey when those stars exploded. Outfit your own personal interstellar journey today for less with up to 40% off space-related merchandise.

Om/One Levitating Speaker - World's first levitating wireless speaker

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Your eyes do not deceive you. Nor do your ears. Meet the Om/One, the world's first levitating wireless speaker. Compatible with Bluetooth® devices, the speaker uses magnets to hover 0.8" above its base. It has a built-in rechargeable Lithium-ion battery; one charge provides 12 hours of continuous play. It has a 75mm audio driver and a 3 watt RMS amplifier to prove it's not just a novelty item. With its built-in microphone for phone calls, it makes the most awesome conference room phone ever. Now you'll want to dial in the folks who couldn't be bothered to show up for work. Or maybe just put on some tunes to liven up that presentation.

KeySmart Swiss Army Style Key Organizer - Kill key clutter!

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We have lots of keys and we love our keys. But you know what doesn't love our keys? Our pants... specifically, the pockets of our pants. Every time we plunge our keys in our pockets and rip them out, it's like a medieval weapon tearing and gouging the fabric. Enough. It's time for the KeySmart. The KeySmart turns any mass of keys into an organized, Swiss Army Style key holder. Your keys go from being a jumble, to being organized and folded up like a multi-tool. Flip out the key you need and flip it back when you are done. Plus, as your unlocking needs grow (i.e., you get more keys), the KeySmart is expandable!

New Sound Devices from Kicker - No strings attached

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Sometimes we like sharing our music and sometimes we like keeping it all to ourselves. When you want to blast your tunes for all the world to hear, you're gonna want the KPw Wireless Speaker System. It's got four drivers (2 x 44mm full-range and 2 x 52mm passive bass radiators) to really pump out the jams. For those times you want to be selfish with your tunes (or you have to for environmental reasons), you'll want a pair of Tabor Bluetooth Wireless Headphones. Apart from the awesome sound, these headphones are some of the most comfortable we've ever clipped on our noggins. Get both and you'll be all set for any aural journey you take... no wires needed!

Dark Legacy Card Game - The Rising Random Deck & Dark Tech Starter Deck

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We had a bunch of options when we bought into Dark Legacy: The Rising from local independent gamemaker Kaiser Studio Productions. But we've met you. That's why we went all-in on the Dark Tech starter deck. It's the only deck where in the midst of battle you can shout out, "I deploy my Nano Bots." Dark Legacy: The Rising is a one-on-one CCG in which each player's hero represents up to 2 different factions: Chaos, Tech, Darkness, Holy Order, Wind, and Earth. But it's not just a CCG. There's a d20 involved. And there's roleplaying. You basically develop your character as you play. Curious? Go check it out.

Breaking Bad 6in Figures - The dark side of chemistry

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Gustavo and Walter. Gustavo and Walter. One is a genius; the other wears a halter. (Sorry, it was the only rhyme we could think of.) Two legends from the show Breaking Bad are here if all their glory. Walter is in his yellow hazmat suit, ready to start mixing chemicals with his flasks and removable gas mask. Gus is straightening his tie (as he is wont to do) and comes with a bucket of Los Pollos Hermanos fry batter. And what are they going to do tonight? Why, the same thing they do every night: try to take over the world!

Star Wars Charm Beads - We find your lack of bling disturbing

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We have new Star Wars charm beads to go with some of your favorites from long ago. Not in a galaxy far, far away. Just at the end of your arm. And now we have enough Star Wars charm beads that you can reenact some of your favorite scenes on your wrist. Just make sure you don't get hit by stray tiny Stormtrooper blaster fire. That stuff stings.

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