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    Go ahead. I'll get the Transformers instrument and we can have a battle of the bands!
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    AICN Toys: DC Universe Lego!! LEFT 4 DEAD, American McGee's ALICE, 2012 Marvel Legends Wave 1, And More!!
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    If any of you wants to get me something, I wouldn't mind this. And I would totally wear it on the street, like, almost everyday! :D



    http://www.toplessrobot.com/assets_c...mb-585x295.jpg
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    10 More Nerdy, Shameful Christmas Ornaments - Topless Robot

    The only geeky ornament I have is a Sugar Bear I got from a cereal box. Haha.
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    Oh man...I gots to have that Gizmo. I need to take some pics of Kq's tree that I am forever decorating. It's the biggest nerd/pop-culture tree and yes, it even has a sugar bear ornament. Possibly the same one you own.

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    Think The Joker's not creepy enough? Here he is as a baby. | Blastr



    We were all duly impressed with the late Heath Ledger's Oscar-winning portrayal of the Joker back in 2008. He was funny, he was intense, and, perhaps most importantly, he was damn creepy. But as it turns out, a creepier version of the Joker does exist. Prepare yourselves for Baby Joker!

    Yes, this is a real thing. And yes, you can own it for the low, low price of $108. The 1/6 scale doll comes from Asian toy manufacturer WorldBox, who thought it fitting to craft a number of amusing/terrifying advertising photos of Baby Joker toting guns, dropping his trousers and even holding hands with grown-up Joker.

    The doll comes with two heads, so you can remove the makeup face now and then to take away some of the creepiness (because then it's just a baby with a gun). It also includes lipstick, a foundation brush, two diapers, two guns, a suit, gloves and a clown mask for pulling off pint-sized bank robberies.

    Perhaps the icing on this cake of creepy, though, is the tagline on each of the advertising photos for the product: "Take Happiness Home." This thing might spell happiness for some people, but for the rest of us it just spells nightmares.

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    Holy ****...this is the awesomest!!!!!!!

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    Guillermo Del Toro, Natali, Murphy Team With Sideshow for Cool Collectibles | Shock Till You Drop




    DBAOTD was a horrible failure. The creature designs were nice though. And I still think SPLICE was a horribly underrated flick. Not perfect...but it was a damned sight better than most of what passes for horror these days.

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    Splice was just excuse to see that woman naked whatever her name was.

    Seriously, decent, but not as good as it could've been.

    And I'll probably watch Afraid of the Dark eventually. *shrugs*
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