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July 29, 2005

I think I want one, and I'm pretty sure that Toyman already has one.

Apple's iProduct. How can you live without it?

iProduct.

Posted by sferrell at 4:23 PM | Comments (1)

Can it scroll out the message "This thing is stupid"?

ScrollingBuckle.com | The Electronic Scrolling LED Belt Buckle. Only $29.99!

Posted by sferrell at 2:31 PM

July 21, 2005

FREE ROVE

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At long last a way to show your support of a man who is so above the law that he thinks he IS the law, Karl Rove. Karl's had a pretty rough couple of weeks, but if people rush over to the Numbmonkey shop they can pick up a way to say, "Hey Karl, check me out."

And if you're asking yourself, "Why should I show my support?", ask yourself this: do you really want to be known as the country that put its President's brain in jail?

Numbmonkey Shop : CafePress.com

Posted by sferrell at 1:23 PM

July 12, 2005

Up, up, and... yeah, I would like to "supersize" that.

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USATODAY.com - Superheroes hit the street

Posted by sferrell at 10:30 AM

July 8, 2005

I pity the fool who don't read this article.

To find me in this article all you have to do is replace "Mr. T" with "Mr. Spock". Other than that, it's dead on.

The A-Team Of Collectors

Posted by sferrell at 2:02 PM

July 5, 2005

I can dream, can't I?

batssupes.jpgThis movie trailer for a film that doesn't exist, get's most everything right. It looks like it could exist, and it looks like the story could have been taken directly from the Superman/Batman comic currently being written by Jeff Loeb. I continue to hold out hope that the new Superman movie won't stink (the image of Superman which has been released reminds me more of myself in my pajamas than the world's mightiest hero), and given the stregth of Batman Begins I think they should get it right. If they do, wouldn't it be great for them to do a little "made for TV" marketing gimmick by creating a little adventure with Christian Bale and Who's-His-Face playing Superman? Can't they do at least that much? Even just creating commercials for the movie which include references to Batman might be enough for me? Come on! PLEASE!!

Why do I feel like a drug addict?

Posted by sferrell at 10:21 AM