Have you seen the mail carrier?
Our winged robot monkeys have dropped off bundles of ThinkGeek catalogs at your local post office, so your mailbox should be 1337% more awesome very soon. What a perfect way to practice reading skills with back-to-school-aged geeklings!
Once reading time is over, you can nuke some BaconPop and watch The Man Trap, the very first Star Trek episode, which originally aired on September 8, 1966. We don’t recommend watching it with someone named “Nancy.”
Kelvin.23 All In One Tool
The urban super-tool. When we moved out of our parents’ houses and into our own places back in the day, very few of us were given the tools necessary to do things around our new abodes. Don’t let this happen to the newbie first-place-r in your life. Get ’em a Kelvin.23 All In One Tool. The Kelvin is a unique, super functional hand tool designed for the everyday jobs you encounter living on your own. With the Kelvin, you can hang pictures, tighten up a loose ceiling fan, and measure small spaces before buying furniture too large for them. No more running around the house trying to remember where you last used the Phillips head. Everything you need is in the Kelvin, just waiting to help out with your next project.
Take $10 Off — Keep the Dreamcast alive
On September 9, 1999, Sega released an amazing game system called the Dreamcast in the US. We hold it in our hearts to this day — especially our Graphic Designerd Christian, who has “Seaman” running 24/7 in his office. Use code DREAMCAST to keep the dream alive and save $5 off orders of $30+ or $10 off $60+ until 11:59pm ET on 9/9/11.
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