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Do Androids Dream of (Radioactive USB) Electric Sheep?

by Paul Strauss
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Here’s a desktop toy that’s sure to draw stares from your office-mates. What could say “I fly my geek flag, and I’m proud of it” more than a glowing radioactive, goggle-sporting USB sheep for your cubicle?

Seamour Sheep Radioactive USB Green

Not much, I say. This USB critter is based on the namesake of the offbeat Seamour Sheep comic series, which follows the misadventures of Seamour and his anipal, Marty the Mole. Just plug him into your USB port, turn down the lights, and bask in the glow of electric sheep.

Seamour Sheep Radioactive USB Green

Seamour radiates an otherworldly green, presumably after he ate some radioactive waste, and Marty hit him up with the appropriate warning label in this particular episode.

There’s no word if Seamour actually will expose you to a high dose of radiation, or if he’s really powered by a bunch of green LEDs. Guess you’ll just have to find out for yourself. You can get your hands on this limited-edition (only 500 sheep) Seamour collectible over at Chicago’s (my hometown) awesome Rotofugi toy store for $69 USD.

[photos via Flickr]



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