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  • December 22, 2015
    This is the gingerbread Iron Throne built by a group of friends for the holidays. I like all the little swords, I bet they double as toothpicks. You know the little plastic swords they put fruit on when you order a cocktail? I collect those, and once I have enough I'm going ... / Continue →
  • December 7, 2015
    The chemis-tree isn't a new idea but this is one of the better versions I've seen. It's a bunch of chemistry lab equipment that looks like a Christmas Tree. It's nice to know there's a chemistry teacher out that takes their novelty Christmas Tree so seriously. OR IS THAT A ME... / Continue →
  • December 22, 2014
    Wow, two gingerbread posts in a row, it must be the holidays or something! (Is it the holidays?) This is the gingerbread USS Enterprise built and on display at the Blackmarket Bakery in Costa Mesa, California. They did a good job. But you know what my least favorite thing ab... / Continue →
  • July 4, 2011
    I hope everyone's been enjoying their 4th of July weekend and not forgetting about the things that matter most this holiday: creating lasting memories with friends and family fireworks. These are a couple shots a buddy of mine took of a Superman backwards-trike allegedly belon... / Continue →
  • December 24, 2010
    Yes, that's really my local liquor store. Yes, they really open at six every morning. Yes, I've been there when they unlock the door. HAAAAAAAAPPY HOLIDAYS!! Hope you're all having a great break and haven't sleighed(!!!!!!!!11) any relatives yet. I came close to braining a... / Continue →
  • November 24, 2010
    This is a video created by Graeme Taylor aboard a high-speed train using a high-speed camera, replayed in slow motion (just like the title says!). The result is pretty spectacular. It's like Max Payne/Matrix "bullet-time". So watch it and enjoy. Then, get all comatose on tu... / Continue →
  • December 25, 2009
    This is an old-ass clip from 1978 of a Star Wars themed holiday special (Wookie family at 5:00!). But, since there's no Jesus in the Star Wars universe, they celebrate 'Life Day', which, at least from what I could tell, is a present-less holiday that makes children sad. Here ... / Continue →
  • December 22, 2009
    Geekologie Reader Brianna was kind enough to send me an online Christmas card this year. It's her and her family in a classic three four wolf moon pose (imagine the magic!). Now, I don't know if email stopped working or something, but I haven't gotten your card yet. I mean, ... / Continue →