Friday, August 29, 2014
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Produced in conjunction with A3C, hip-hop's biggest stage, this tabular arrangement of eminent MCs catalogues 223 naturally occurring, never-word-slurring artists in all, from N(as) and (Dr) Dre to (Mf) Doom and (A$)AP Rocky to (D)rake and Snoop D-O-(gg). Featuring color-coded labels indicating their favored genres--with special indicators for originators of a style--each MC has been meticulously hand-illustrated and assigned an appropriate chemical symbol, along with notations for debut year and geographic area of origin. Boasting chemistry like no science class has ever seen, this fly-entific periodic table swaps halogens and noble gasses for rap’s hallowed-gents and noble lasses—and is sure to be enjoyed far more than periodically.via
Just like everyone else on the planet Jimmy was a big fan of the show Friends. In fact he loved it so much that he wrote some Friends fan fiction and he managed to get Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow to act it out with him.
The epitome of flip-top retro cool, this 90s iPhone case will give you some easy street cred straight from the last millennium. Sick of your iPhone looking like an iPhone? Remember the looks of awe you used to get in the 90s as you pulled your flip top phone out of your leather jacket pocket and snapped it open with a flick of the wrist? Your new iPhone is great communication-wise, but its understated look does nothing for your ego...Dilemma solved! The 90s iPhone Case is designed to house your iPhone in a status infused flip top case while providing protection from bumps and scratches at the same time. To complete the comparison with those much loved phones of yester-millennium, the flip top actually works as a speaker! The 90s phone case provides a cut out for charging and you can press the antenna down to activate the sleep/wake button.Previously: 80's iPhone case
Pixar's first full-length feature film, Toy Story, made tons of money at the box office and is beloved by pretty much anyone with a soul. So naturally we decided to take our motto of "no movie is without sin," and test its accuracy against the godfather of modern computer-animated films.