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Bronze Spock Business Card Holder Logically Holds Cards

by Shane McGlaun

If you have a job where you need business cards sitting out on your desk at all times, you might have a lame and boring cardholder. It probably came from Walmart or Office Depot. You could have stolen it from your pal in the cubicle next door, but we won’t judge. If you need an awesome business card holder that no one can steal from you, this is it. Okay, it might be a target for theft, but if you see it on your buddy’s desk it’ll be pretty obvious where they got it from.

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Behold the highly logical Bronze Spock Business Card holder. It holds business cards between the thumb and a ridge in the palm of its hand. Around the base of the bronze hand, it says “Live Long and Prosper.”

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Each unit is handpainted and made from polystone resin. It measures 4.25″ x 2.5″ x 6.5″ and is an officially-licensed Star Trek accessory. You can get your own Spock hand for $34.99(USD) at ThinkGeek.

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