If you say Twin Peaks to me, my first thought is waitresses in skimpy outfits (Al Bundy would be so proud). My second thought is the early ’90s TV series that everyone thought was so cool back in the day.
If you collect Funko POP! figures you will want to get your hands on this officially-licensed Bob Ross version that the company is releasing this August. Add him to your collection and he can paint happy little trees for your other figures.
I used to watch Rugrats way back in the day before I had kids, and thought there was no way kids can actually get into that much trouble. I was so wrong. When my son was barely walking he managed to get spaghetti sauce and paint the walls with it.
Fans of the video game Evolve will recognize these vinyl collectible figures at a glance. Having never played the game myself, I thought the one with the red eye device was Picard after being assimilated by the Borg.
With smartphones and tablets, mobile users always seem to be on the lookout for a spot for their next charge. I know that I’ve been in this situation: stuck in the middle of nowhere with no way of juicing up my phone.
One of the coolest things you can do with a high-powered laser pointer is to burn small objects and pop things. Those lasers are sort of like high-tech magnifying glasses from back in the day. One geek has taken one of the Spyder III lasers from Wicked Lasers and set out to break a world record.
I love Lady Gaga. A lot. Don’t believe me? Check out my Last.fm page. That’s right; by my iTunes’ count I’ve played her tracks four hundred and fourteen times. The closest runner-up? Minus the Bear, at 133 plays.
There’s something just so satisfying about the tactile sensation of popping bubble wrap. Now you can have a legitimate reason to pop bubbles every day, thanks to this fun bubble wrap calendar.
Each day of the year lives beneath a burstable bubble layer.
The Bubble Calendar is made of poppable bubble wrap so that you can mark time with one pop per day.
The handmade calendars come in vertical or horizontal styles and cost $29.95 for paper backing, or $49.95 for clear acetate backing.
Old robots never really go away — they just come back to life singing new tunes.
The gang over at Boing Boing have introduced me to this strange new trend of taking the old animatronic animal musicians from Chuck E.
This rather silly gadget is lets you keep a single can of your favorite canned beverage cool in a tiny little refrigerator.
Brando’s USB Mini Fridge holds one and only one can of soda, beer or other drink in its tiny confines.