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The Beatles Deconstructed with a Flowchart

Anything can be deconstructed with a flowchart and almost everything has been. Today, it’s the Beatles’ turn. I still think Hey Jude is at least a little bit about the Holocaust. Come on, think about it. Jude? Jude! Hey Jude! Hey Jew! Heil Hitlah! I’m sick of the Beatles and their Nazi propaganda. Link

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The Geekiest Game of Scrabble Ever

Scrabble is geeky enough to begin with, but you can imagine the depths of geekiness that can be reached limiting yourself to only words of geekage. The above board is the geekiest game of Scrabble I’ve ever seen played and likely the geekiest I’ll ever see. Even if you don’t use words like “vociferous” or “solipsism” you can still have ...

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Geeky Garter Belts Lively Up Your Wedding

The garter belt is one of the key elements to a successful wedding reception, second only to a great geeky wedding cake. I remember a time when I was around 7 or 8 that I happened to be the dude that caught the garter and was forced to put it on some old woman. That was not my proudest moment. ...

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A Pair of Geeky Michael Jackson Zombie Shirts

While surfing through the ole feed reader today I came upon not one, but two awesome MJ “Thriller”-themed shirts, both with a geeky flair. The above tee print is a mash-up of Michael Jackson Thriller-era and the game Left 4 Dead. A perfect mix if you ask me. Hit the jump for a lego-fied journey to the world of Thriller.

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Super Mario and Legend of Zelda Bowling Pins are Hideously Rad

When I was a kid I had my birthday at a bowling alley, like, 3 times. I was just that awesome. But if the bowling pins looked like this, I’d still be having my birthday parties there. These custom painted gaming bowling pins are equal part ugly and geek. Mario might look like a pedophile and Link like a deranged ...

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Sitar Hero T-Shirt: Ravi Shankar and George Harrison Fans Rejoice

Music fans who prefer the sounds of Ravi Shankar to Metallica might prefer the game Sitar Hero, rather than Rock Band and Guitar Hero, or even Washboard Hero. If this game existed, would it be a hit? Possibly in India. I don’t think the sitar is a major player in American pop culture. The Love Guru didn’t help too much. ...

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Star Wars Finger Puppets

These googly eyed Star Wars Finger Puppets would be awesome for performing a one-man puppet show, recreating the Star Wars trilogy in its entirety. Sure, there might be a very small audience sitting through the whole thing, but imagine the epicness. Each puppet costs about $1 to make, factoring in the cost of the felt and a few drops of ...

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How to Hook Up the NES

This amusing animated video by shamoozal takes a comical eye to the process of hooking up the classic NES gaming console. Nintendo might have started a gaming revolution with the NES, but thank the gaming lord that the hook up process has changed some. Follow the rules in this video and you might just live to play a game or ...

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Hand-Knit Zelda Baby Clothes

Some lucky mother and baby is about to get the coolest damn baby shower gift of all-time. This hand-knit Legend of Zelda-themed Link baby outfit, complete with baby bottle quiver, is an amazing example of what an expert needle worker can do. This is exactly why I’m learning how to crochet, despite the incessant bullying. I’m about to kidnap some ...

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