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ZenMagnets "Order received" email is made of WIN.

"After a rigorous 4 step process of verifying the quality and consistency of each and every magnet, we donned silk gloves and placed it into a sacred padded envelope made of magic and lined with Unicorn fur, sealed the envelope with an adhesive made from strands of Gypsy hair, and wrapped the whole thing in a snazzy looking faux gold leaf paper, with elm leaf inlay from Costco. Unfortunately, by the time it gets to you, all of that fancy stuff will likely have been picked clean by the greedy postal service employees. Please don't be surprised to see just a plain padded envelope."


Coworker got zenmagnets. They're awesomely fun.
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Saw this over a year ago, on some Japanese site. Essentially, it's a small bracelet that'll react to phone calls arriving on your phone. Communication via bluetooth. I'm just not sure how I'd wear that + my watch... ^^;;
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Wheee, toys arrived today!

From left to right, knife sharpener, pocket knife, switchblade comb, kubaton with blade, butane pencil torch, and the hilt of my new wooden daito.

Daito, by itself.

Need to find butane for the pencil torch... XP

MacBook Pro on its way back from Apple. I wonder if DHL delivers Saturday. That would make me very happy.

[edit]Small note to self: Was from budk.com, bought because they offered lovely $1 shipping on all orders over $25. Came via express shipping too!
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Both via [livejournal.com profile] porsupah:
1. The A-Bike - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A-bike
Rather spiffy. Although I wonder how well it balances - looks like you could quite easily fall backwards. Hm, official web says hard surfaces only. Still, if it's as convenient as it looks, it might be rather nice.

Speaking of folding bikes, I saw one parked at the Friendship Heights Metro (subway~) station friday. It was completely folded up into a small square of stuff - well, not that small. Not much longer or higher than a normal bike wheel though. Should have snapped a picture.

2. And this amused me greatly. Probably because it's late.
(and animated too: http://www.furaffinity.net/view/513443/ - hee~ the girly scream amuses me so much. Both characters are male, by the way.)
Haven't heard the song before, so... went and downloaded it. It's Straight Up by Paula Abdul. Not... an awesome song, but I suppose it is quite girly? Maybe? ::has no social knowledge in that area:: Rather upbeat, but dance-able to. At least when you're ABSOLUTELY sure you're alone, of course. ;) ::goes to close his bedroom door::

...And the furaffinity post reminded me of this from Better Days by Jay Naylor. =^^=

Oh buggers, Byousoku 5 Centimeter was licensed by ADV? Buggers, buggers, buggers. Why couldn't you guys wait until after it's been all released and fansubbed before licensing it? Although... It does looks like something I would have bought the DVD for anyways.
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Via [livejournal.com profile] porsupah:
Get paid to watch gay porn: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/etc/180502708.html
Not too bad if you're desperate for money. And can stand watching gay porn.

Although one might think, if you watch at 2x speed, you get get through things a lot quicker, which means clocking more hours than you actually spend, so at $14/hr... :: shrugs:: If I wasn't already overwhelmed by two projects and a lack of time, I'd consider it~

(possibly of note to [livejournal.com profile] marbenais, although I don't know how truly bright these are)
10 year glow sticks. Uses tritium...? (radioactive isotope of hydrogen, apparently)
...laser sealed borosilicate glass vials which are internally coated with phosphor injected with gaseous tritium which reacts with the phosphor to create a cold energy which produces a low level light source...

(Hm, here: http://www.copsden.com/blank?pageid=54&catstart=0&prodstart=0, it says 12 years is their warranty. Also, tritium things are controlled by Nuclear Regulatory Commission, so shipping them here from UK might cause issues?)

And finally, The.Secret.Life.Of.Machines? Movies, three parts(?), each about a GB. o.O

Torrent tracker here: http://poly.peptide.net:6969/. Yes, they're legal. See here: http://www.timhunkin.com/control/n_tv_index.htm (eh, you'll have to browse around a bit.
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USB Missile Launcher - by way of The Register:

::snickers:: so silly. I want one.

MoBB - Month of Browser Bugs, as announced by MD Moore, "the co-founder of the Metasploit Framework", releasing one new browser hack every day for the entire month of July. News via this article: http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1985027,00.asp?kc=ewnws070606dtx1k0000599

Blog here: http://browserfun.blogspot.com/

This is interesting: Hamachi - a zero-config VPN networking enabler. As in, it makes use of a third party mediator to get past firewalls, and from there on, data goes directly between the two machines...? (according to it's website, anyhow)

"Once you have computers hooked up via Hamachi, they will be tricked into thinking that they are on the same local area network (LAN). This leads to a number of wonderful things, some of which are obvious and some are not. "

Thus far, there's windows, linux, and MacOS X versions out.


Jul. 3rd, 2005 05:57 pm
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"Massager System Breast Enhancer Enlarger MBE1R"


I'm... amused. And no, I wasn't looking for something to make my breasts more firm - I was looking for a USB fan and found this one: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=162&item=5214738056&rd=1&ssPageName=WDVW for GBP 0.01 + 2.99 shipping.

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