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This Car Legends Posters made of Metal are really cool…

I lately came across these really cool Car Legends Posters made out of Metal.  For me I would love to have the most of these 19 different Posters. But on a price tag of 39$ each that is not getting really cheap.

Gallery quality print on thick 45cm / 32cm metal plate. Each Displate print verified by the Production Master. Signature and hologram added to the back of each plate for added authenticity & collectors value.A magnetic mounting system is included as well.

Below are all available Posters. Which one would you choose? I would go for Frank, Bandit, Memphis and Marty. Or as a series the Fast and Furious guys.  [LINK]

This looks like a book for me: Narconomics: How to Run a Drug Cartel

Seems another Book I should read is available. Narconomics. With his book you can learn everything necessary for your budding narcotics racket to thrive using this “How To Run A Cartel” book. This compelling read guides you through every aspect of this multi-billion dollar business – from creating brand value to fine-tuning customer service. Sounds great right? [LINK]

For Geeks: The Han Solo in Carbonite Fridge

This fridge is probably more practical to opt for a standard refrigerator than a carbon freezing chamber (tibanna gas supplies being what they are today).

The Han Solo Fridge really is big: it can hold up to 18 cans of soda. It’s also one of those neat fridges that cools or heats its contents (depending on which temperature you need). And though the Han Solo Fridge be mighty, it’s still made to travel. It’s even got a handle on top for grabbing, which, let us tell you, is more convenient than carrying a huge block of flippin’ carbonite. Whether it’s blue milk or leftover bantha burgers, the Han Solo Fridge is ready for all your late-night bounty hunting.   (LINK)

The Darth Vader Cookie Jar…

Come to the Dark Side because we have cookies, and they’re kept in the Darth Vader Cookie Jar, fighting off your noble efforts of dieting with the awesome might of the Force.

This officially-licensed cookie jar looks just like the Dark Lord of the Sith’s helmet, except it doesn’t have an old, decrepit-looking Anakin Skywalker inside it. It’s also air-tight because stale cookies can make people grumpy and nobody wants a Jedi seduced by the Dark Side to be grumpy. Unfortunately, there’s no raspy breathing because nothing would beat munching on cookies while listening to Vader breathe.  (LINK)


The CIA Manual Of Trickery And Deception…

Once a top-secret training manual for CIA field agents in the early Cold War Era of the 1950s, The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception is now available to the general public. An amazing historical artifact, this eye-opening handbook offered step-by-step instructions to covert intelligence operatives in all manner of sleight of hand and trickery designed to thwart the Communist enemy. Part of the Company’s infamous MK-ULTRA—a secret mind-control and chemical interrogation research program—this legendary document, the brainchild of John Mulholland, then America’s most famous magician, was believed lost forever. But thanks to former CIA gadgeteer Bob Wallace and renowned spycraft historian H. Keith Melton, The Official CIA Manual of Trickery and Deception is now available to everyone, spy and civilian alike. (LINK)


That a great book: Good Manners for Nice People… Who Sometimes Say F*ck

In order to lead us out of the miasma of modern mannerlessness, science-based and bitingly funny syndicated advice columnist Amy Alkon rips the doily off the manners genre and gives us a new set of rules for our twenty-first century lives.

With wit, style, and a dash of snark, Alkon explains that we now live in societies too big for our brains, lacking the constraints on bad behavior that we had in the small bands we evolved in.

Foregoing prissy advice on which utensil to use, Alkon answers the twenty-first century’s most burning questions about manners, including:

  • Why do many people, especially those under forty, now find spontaneous phone calls rude?
  • What can you tape to your mailbox to stop dog walkers from letting their pooch violate your lawn?

  • How do you shut up the guy in the pharmacy line with his cellphone on speaker?

  • What small gift to your new neighbors might make them think twice about playing Metallica at 3 a.m.?

You will find the answers and much more in this book… (LINK)

The Darth Vader Star Wars Toaster…

Come to the Dark Side. We have toast, and the Darth Vader Toaster will remind you of who’s in charge as you munch on the breakfast of Imperial officers everywhere… or at least in a galaxy far, far away.

This Darth Vader-shaped toaster used the power of the Force (electricity) to transform regular bread into delicious toast, complete with the Star Wars logo on one side and a picture of the Dark Lord of the Sith on the other. Don’t adjust the setting too far on the lighter side of toasting, though, or Vader might start to wonder where your true allegiance lies, and that could lead to him toasting your insides with his lightsaber…

You can get the ultimate Toaster for 50$ over here (LINK)


The Remote Controlled Pepsi Cooler…

Thanks to Pepsi, we now have the spiritual successor to those ride-along cars you used to drive when you were four. Now, technically, this remote controlled cooler is not a ride-along vehicle, but given the size of it, it’s virtually guaranteed that someone is going to use it for that purpose, anyway.

The Pepsi Remote Controlled Cooler is a behemoth, as far as coolers go. It’s a 30-quart cooler on wheels, complete with headlights and three speed settings on the controller. (LINK)