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Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
Thermoelectric: Cool Shit That
 Can
 Actually Afford
 PART 3
 PART3
 0
 Remote Controlled Tarantula
 $13.59
 You could seriously scare the shit out of
 people with this one. Arachnophobia is one
 of the most common fears among people. l'o
 recommend using this on someone with
 headphones in. l've gathered from reviews
 that it makes a decent amount of noise.

 USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer
 $14.99
 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet
 fucking awesome at the same time. It's
 better than a mini fridge because it makes
 you drink in moderation.. right?
 Giant Plush Microbes
 S9.99 -$19.99
 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know
 some of you out there are single, but don't
 fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia!
 You don't need to go dumpster diving at a
 sorority house to make friends with these
 cute little guys.

 Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System
 $59.99
 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is
 sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that
 if you have the
 money, this would be a
 worthwhile investment. Those old consoles
 in our closets have seen better days. I think it
 would be nice to get a modern remake of all
 three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than
 buying these three consoles back in their day
 LifeStraw Personal Water Filter
 $19.99
 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters
 water as you suck it in.I might buy one of
 these and put it in my glove compartment in
 my car. If you get stuck in the middle of
 nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink
 straight from a fucking river

 iTouchless Bag Resealer
 $16.98
 This is one of those inventions that was just a
 good fucking idea. Now you never have to go
 looking for that little chip clip thing that
 doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf
 fresh
 4,500 Live Ladybugs
 $17.99
 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody
 would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck
 not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4
 cents per bug.
novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here

Thermoelectric: NOT A OROP TO DRINK AMERICA's VERY REAL WATER CRISIS You've heard there's a water crisis. But, what does that mean? After all, experts can say all they want, but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles by the ton, it sure doesn't seem like water is something we're in danger of losing anytime soon. Water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans. Below are the four major components of the issue, and how they're all connected. The average American uses CONSUMPTION 99 GALLONS The average U.S. household goes through OF WATER PER DAY. AMERICA HASA HUGE 350 GALLONS APPETITE FOR WATER. OF WATER PER DAY. (and over 127,000 gallons annually). The world's poorest live on less than POWER, FARMING, AND THE PUBLIC ARE TOP CONSUMERS. A AMERICAN WATER USE 2.5 GALLONS OF WATER PER DAY 32% 4% 49% 12% 3% THERMOELECTRIC IRRIGATION AND PUBLIC AND DOMESTIC SUPPLY INDUSTRIAL MINING AND AQUACULTURE POWER LIVESTOCK AND THEN THERE'S THE "HIDDEN WATER" IN WHAT WE CONSUME AND ITEMS WE USE EVERY DAY. A pound of beef, from farm to plate, uses A 60-WATT BULB can use up to 5 GALLONS 1,800 GALLONS OF WATER for every hour it's left on OF WATER WE USE PLENTY OF WATER EVERY DAY, BUT WE NEED TO FIND A WAY TO CONSERVE. Replacing grass lawns with native plants (especially in dry communities) can save over CONSERVATION 15,000 GALLONS THERE ARE SMALL THINGS WE CAN ALL DO: PER YEAR. Old toilets use 7 GALLONS per flush. New toilets can use as little as 1 GALLON. INSTALLING WATER-EFFICIENT FIXTURES CAN REDUCE A HOUSEHOLD'S DAILY WATER USE BY 35 PERCENT. AND BIG THINGS THAT INDUSTRIES CAN Do: Farms that change to overhead or drip irrigation, from traditional surface irrigation, could significantly improve agricultural water efficiency, while preventing runoff and food waste. AND EVEN IF WE HAVE ENOUGH WATER, WE HAVE TO KEEP IT CLEAN. INDUSTRIAL FARMS CREATE QUALITY THE MAJORITY OF WATER POLLUTION. 3 MILLION GALLONS CHEMICALS AND CONTAMINANTS ARE SEEPING INTO OUR WATER. OF MANURE SPILLED INTO NEW YORK'S BLACK RIVER Municipal water in 71 PERCENT in August 2005 from a ruptured tank on a dairy farm. OF US. CITIES CONTAINS HIGHER LEVELS OF THE CARCINOGENIC CHEMICAL HEXAVALENT-CHROMIUM than lawmakers recommend. 67 PERCENT of water near major poultry farms contain antibiotics. AND OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE IS CONTRIBUTING TO THE PROBLEM. INFRASTRUCTURE fle WHEN OUR PIPES GET OLD, THEY BREAK. 30% of the infrastructure that serves cities of 100.000 or more people is at least 40 years old. 700 WATER MAIN BREAKS IN THE U.S. EVERY DAY. 7 BILLION AND FIXING THEM COSTS MONEY. $1 TRILLION $300 BILLION GALLONS ARE LEAKED EVERY DAY. Estimated cost to upgrade America's water infrastructure over the next 25 years, according to The American Water Works Association. Estimated cost to upgrade America's stormwater pipes and wastewater treatment plants. BUT NOT FIXING THEM IS WORSE. When these utilities get old and fail, the stuff you flush down the toilet can get in your drinking water by nothing more than a heavy rain. In fact, the majority of waterborne illnesses in the U.S. can be traced back to heavy rain storms. DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS SIGN THE WATER BILL OF RIGHTS AT TAKEPART.COM/LASTCALL KNOWO YOUR WATER Take Part SOURCES: NPR.ORG, DRINKTAP.ORG, WIRED.COM, PLANETSAVE.COM, USGS.GOV, IEEE.ORG, NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM, GRIST.ORG, MONOLAKE.ORG, EWG.ORG, SUSTAINABLETABLE.ORG, NYTIMES.COM, CNN.COM, EPA.GOv, NRDC.ORG ATYRE OASIS Aknowyourwater INFOGRAPHIC DESIGN BY COLUMN FIVE
Thermoelectric: NOT A OROP TO DRINK
 AMERICA's VERY REAL WATER CRISIS
 You've heard there's a water crisis. But, what does that mean? After all, experts can say all they want,
 but when water flows in seemingly limitless quantities out of the tap and gets trucked to cities in bottles
 by the ton, it sure doesn't seem like water is something we're in danger of losing anytime soon.
 Water quantity and quality should be a top issue for Americans. Below are the four
 major components of the issue, and how they're all connected.
 The average American uses
 CONSUMPTION
 99 GALLONS
 The average U.S.
 household goes through
 OF WATER PER DAY.
 AMERICA HASA HUGE
 350 GALLONS
 APPETITE FOR WATER.
 OF WATER PER DAY.
 (and over 127,000 gallons annually).
 The world's poorest
 live on less than
 POWER, FARMING, AND THE PUBLIC ARE TOP CONSUMERS.
 A AMERICAN WATER USE
 2.5 GALLONS
 OF WATER PER DAY
 32%
 4%
 49%
 12%
 3%
 THERMOELECTRIC
 IRRIGATION AND PUBLIC AND
 DOMESTIC SUPPLY
 INDUSTRIAL MINING AND
 AQUACULTURE
 POWER
 LIVESTOCK
 AND THEN THERE'S THE "HIDDEN WATER" IN WHAT WE CONSUME AND ITEMS WE USE EVERY DAY.
 A pound of beef, from
 farm to plate, uses
 A 60-WATT BULB
 can use up to
 5 GALLONS
 1,800 GALLONS
 OF WATER
 for every hour it's left on
 OF WATER
 WE USE PLENTY OF WATER EVERY DAY, BUT WE NEED TO FIND A WAY TO CONSERVE.
 Replacing grass lawns with
 native plants (especially in dry
 communities) can save over
 CONSERVATION
 15,000 GALLONS
 THERE ARE SMALL THINGS WE CAN ALL DO:
 PER YEAR.
 Old toilets use 7 GALLONS per flush.
 New toilets can use as little as 1 GALLON.
 INSTALLING WATER-EFFICIENT FIXTURES
 CAN REDUCE A HOUSEHOLD'S DAILY
 WATER USE BY
 35 PERCENT.
 AND BIG THINGS THAT INDUSTRIES CAN Do:
 Farms that change to overhead or drip irrigation, from traditional
 surface irrigation, could significantly improve agricultural water
 efficiency, while preventing runoff and food waste.
 AND EVEN IF WE HAVE ENOUGH WATER, WE HAVE TO KEEP IT CLEAN.
 INDUSTRIAL FARMS CREATE
 QUALITY
 THE MAJORITY OF WATER POLLUTION.
 3 MILLION GALLONS
 CHEMICALS AND CONTAMINANTS
 ARE SEEPING INTO OUR WATER.
 OF MANURE SPILLED INTO
 NEW YORK'S BLACK RIVER
 Municipal water in
 71 PERCENT
 in August 2005 from a ruptured
 tank on a dairy farm.
 OF US. CITIES CONTAINS HIGHER
 LEVELS OF THE CARCINOGENIC
 CHEMICAL HEXAVALENT-CHROMIUM
 than lawmakers recommend.
 67 PERCENT
 of water near major poultry
 farms contain antibiotics.
 AND OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE IS CONTRIBUTING TO THE PROBLEM.
 INFRASTRUCTURE
 fle
 WHEN OUR PIPES GET OLD, THEY BREAK.
 30% of the infrastructure that serves
 cities of 100.000 or more people is
 at least 40 years old.
 700
 WATER MAIN BREAKS
 IN THE U.S. EVERY DAY.
 7 BILLION
 AND FIXING THEM COSTS MONEY.
 $1 TRILLION
 $300 BILLION
 GALLONS ARE LEAKED
 EVERY DAY.
 Estimated cost to upgrade America's
 water infrastructure over the next 25
 years, according to The American
 Water Works Association.
 Estimated cost to upgrade
 America's stormwater
 pipes and wastewater
 treatment plants.
 BUT NOT FIXING THEM IS WORSE.
 When these utilities get old and fail, the stuff you flush down the toilet can get in
 your drinking water by nothing more than a heavy rain. In fact, the majority of
 waterborne illnesses in the U.S. can be traced back to heavy rain storms.
 DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS
 SIGN THE WATER BILL OF RIGHTS AT TAKEPART.COM/LASTCALL
 KNOWO
 YOUR
 WATER
 Take
 Part
 SOURCES: NPR.ORG, DRINKTAP.ORG, WIRED.COM, PLANETSAVE.COM, USGS.GOV,
 IEEE.ORG, NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM, GRIST.ORG, MONOLAKE.ORG, EWG.ORG,
 SUSTAINABLETABLE.ORG, NYTIMES.COM, CNN.COM, EPA.GOv, NRDC.ORG
 ATYRE
 OASIS Aknowyourwater
 INFOGRAPHIC DESIGN BY COLUMN FIVE
Thermoelectric: THE STRAITS TIMES SATURDAY JANUARY 21, 2006 WORLD » JOURNEY TO THE LAST PLANET A piano-sized spacecraft has embarked on its mission to explore Pluto and beyond, completing Nasa's initial reconnaissance of the solar system. Antenna SWAP Observes Pluto's interaction with solar wind Radioisotope thermoelectric NEW HORIZONS PROBE generato LORRI Provides Weght 55Skg Alice Analyses the composition and structure of Pluto's atmosphere high resolution geologie data Raiph Provides colour, composition and thermal maps Pumun SOURCE NASA THE MISSION Earth Pluto 3.06 billion miles in 2015 SOLAR SYSTEM Nephine Jupiter Kuiper Belt and nyont Charon (Pluto's imoon) Mars Venus Uranus Saturn Sun Merary Asteroids 2016-20 Spacecraft will be mostly dormant 2015 2007 In nine years, the probe will spend five months mapping the surfaces and studying the environ- ments of Pluto and its moons Nasa will make use of Jupiter's gravity to stingshet the craft to Pluto, trimming the trip by five years Fastest spacecraft ever taunched will reach lunar orhit in just nine hours GRAPHICS ADAPTED FROM AP AND REUTERS 9-year passage to Pluto After a delay of two days, Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft finally takes off agency 200kmh next year straight to Pluto, costing the designed to reach a top have forced the craft to go American to have discovered American to bgn is the only by using Jupiter's gravity to slingshot itself into the outer so mission an extra three years of travel time. Plumbing the mysteries of Pluto will help scientists under- stand why the planets formed where they did New Horizons will aso give researchers a close-up look at planet. But that may change soon if the Intemational Astro nomical Union certifies Xena an object found last year by a team at the California Institute of Technology, to be a planet. Xena is larger than Pluto If all goes according to plan, New Horizons will fly close to Pluto to sample its thin atmo - lar system. It is expected to reach Pluto in July 2015. The New Horizons launch capped a successful week for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, which on Sunday saw the return of the AFTER two days of delays, Stardust spacecraft, bearing CAPE CANAVERAL (FLORIDA) of ley planetoids that lies be craft finally executed a picture perfect lift-off on Thursday from Cape Canaveral in Florida on a nine-vear journey to Piutn,keep its sppotntment with Jupi- the last unexplored planet in our selar system. The first American probe to on Tuesday, but high winds visit a new planet since 1977. forced a one-day delay New Hortzons was launched at 2p Eastern time (3am yester- again the next day when a pow- day, Singapore time). where it needs to be, Pysics Laboratory at Johns sides seven scientific instru- going at the right speed, in the Hopkins University, where ments, New Horizons is carry- right direction", said launch di rector Omar Baez New Horizons is the lastest crft ever bulit by the space shaped comet Wild 2. ere and map its still-un- Launching in January was been found recentlyets have inuportant for New Herizons to known surface. After scrutinising Pluto, the spacecraft will take a glimpae at its large moon, Charon. Prom there, it may be directed to wards one or two other Kuiper Belt objects before heading into per Belt, leading scientists to speculate that it may be the re- mains of a giant 10th planet ton apart by the forces of the inner planets At a news conference fol- ter nost year. It was scheduled to launch The mission was scrubbed lowing the launch, Dr Alan interstellar space. Stern, the mission's principal "I don't think the final chap ter (of the solar system) will fe written by this mission," said Dr Stern."The 21st century will be a bonanza of studies of the deep outer solar system." LOS ANGELES TIMES mission control is located Clouds on Thursday delayed the launch by almost an hour. Continued delays would ing an unusual piece of cargo the ashes of Mr Clyde Tom- baugh, the astronomer who dis covered Pluto in 1930. CНECK OUT MЕМЕРIХ.COМ MEMEPIX.COM In light of New Horizon’s closest approach with Pluto coming in two hours, here’s a newspaper article I’ve had since I was 6.omg-humor.tumblr.com
Thermoelectric: THE STRAITS TIMES SATURDAY JANUARY 21, 2006
 WORLD
 » JOURNEY TO THE LAST PLANET
 A piano-sized spacecraft has embarked on its
 mission to explore Pluto and beyond, completing
 Nasa's initial reconnaissance of the solar system.
 Antenna
 SWAP
 Observes Pluto's
 interaction with
 solar wind
 Radioisotope
 thermoelectric
 NEW HORIZONS
 PROBE
 generato
 LORRI
 Provides
 Weght 55Skg
 Alice
 Analyses the composition and
 structure of Pluto's atmosphere
 high resolution
 geologie data
 Raiph
 Provides colour, composition
 and thermal maps
 Pumun
 SOURCE NASA
 THE MISSION
 Earth
 Pluto
 3.06 billion miles in 2015
 SOLAR SYSTEM
 Nephine
 Jupiter
 Kuiper Belt
 and nyont
 Charon
 (Pluto's
 imoon)
 Mars
 Venus
 Uranus
 Saturn
 Sun
 Merary
 Asteroids
 2016-20
 Spacecraft will be mostly dormant
 2015
 2007
 In nine years, the probe will spend five months
 mapping the surfaces and studying the environ-
 ments of Pluto and its moons
 Nasa will make use of Jupiter's
 gravity to stingshet the craft to Pluto,
 trimming the trip by five years
 Fastest spacecraft ever
 taunched will reach lunar
 orhit in just nine hours
 GRAPHICS ADAPTED FROM AP AND REUTERS
 9-year passage to Pluto
 After a delay of two
 days, Nasa's New
 Horizons spacecraft
 finally takes off
 agency 200kmh next year straight to Pluto, costing the
 designed to reach a top
 have forced the craft to go
 American to have discovered
 American to bgn is the only
 by using Jupiter's gravity to
 slingshot itself into the outer so
 mission an extra three years of
 travel time.
 Plumbing the mysteries of
 Pluto will help scientists under-
 stand why the planets formed
 where they did
 New Horizons will aso give
 researchers a close-up look at
 planet. But that may change
 soon if the Intemational Astro
 nomical Union certifies Xena
 an object found last year by a
 team at the California Institute
 of Technology, to be a planet.
 Xena is larger than Pluto
 If all goes according to plan,
 New Horizons will fly close to
 Pluto to sample its thin atmo
 -
 lar system. It is expected to
 reach Pluto in July 2015.
 The New Horizons launch
 capped a successful week for
 the National Aeronautics and
 Space Administration, which
 on Sunday saw the return of the
 AFTER two days of delays, Stardust spacecraft, bearing
 CAPE CANAVERAL
 (FLORIDA)
 of ley planetoids that lies be
 craft finally executed a picture
 perfect lift-off on Thursday
 from Cape Canaveral in Florida
 on a nine-vear journey to Piutn,keep its sppotntment with Jupi-
 the last unexplored planet in
 our selar system.
 The first American probe to on Tuesday, but high winds
 visit a new planet since 1977. forced a one-day delay
 New Hortzons was launched at
 2p Eastern time (3am yester- again the next day when a pow-
 day, Singapore time).
 where it needs to be, Pysics Laboratory at Johns sides seven scientific instru-
 going at the right speed, in the Hopkins University, where ments, New Horizons is carry-
 right direction", said launch di
 rector Omar Baez
 New Horizons is the lastest
 crft ever bulit by the space
 shaped comet Wild 2.
 ere and map its still-un-
 Launching in January was been found recentlyets have
 inuportant for New Herizons to
 known surface.
 After scrutinising Pluto, the
 spacecraft will take a glimpae at
 its large moon, Charon. Prom
 there, it may be directed to
 wards one or two other Kuiper
 Belt objects before heading into
 per Belt, leading scientists to
 speculate that it may be the re-
 mains of a giant 10th planet
 ton apart by the forces of the
 inner planets
 At a news conference fol-
 ter nost year.
 It was scheduled to launch
 The mission was scrubbed lowing the launch, Dr Alan interstellar space.
 Stern, the mission's principal
 "I don't think the final chap
 ter (of the solar system) will fe
 written by this mission," said
 Dr Stern."The 21st century
 will be a bonanza of studies of
 the deep outer solar system."
 LOS ANGELES TIMES
 mission control is located
 Clouds on Thursday delayed
 the launch by almost an hour.
 Continued delays would
 ing an unusual piece of cargo
 the ashes of Mr Clyde Tom-
 baugh, the astronomer who dis
 covered Pluto in 1930.
 CНECK OUT MЕМЕРIХ.COМ
 MEMEPIX.COM
In light of New Horizon’s closest approach with Pluto coming in two hours, here’s a newspaper article I’ve had since I was 6.omg-humor.tumblr.com

In light of New Horizon’s closest approach with Pluto coming in two hours, here’s a newspaper article I’ve had since I was 6.omg-humor.tu...