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By Widge - posted 02.06.06 @ 4:39 am

Sun-Ra's Arkestra provides a soundtrack for Batman? Qwa? Also, if you notice one of the previous pages, "Gunfight in Hoboken" is a great name for a band.

Damn, wait till my Cobra HISS tanks have to deal with this! Found via Engadget.

Build an espresso maker right into the wall? Genius! We could have one in every room of the house! Brilliant! Found via Gizmodo.

For those of you who, like me, are like "Superbowl? When was that?" then here's the Mastercard MacGyver commercial. The making-of is useless, but the short interview with Anderson is good for fans. Found via Digg.

Sweet Jebus. Night of the Lepus, anyone? Found via Digg.

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    Ooh, thanks for the link to the Mastercard MacGyver commercial. Doc told me about it yesterday, and I was sorry I'd missed it, while wasting my valuable football-watching time choosing to watch Puppy Bowl II on Animal Planet, instead. Silly me.

    Comment by Dindrane — February 7, 2006 @ 11:48 am


    Also, Herman the Giant Rabbit is gorgeous. Does make one wonder what they've been FEEDING him, however. Soylent Green comes to mind...

    Comment by Dindrane — February 7, 2006 @ 11:50 am

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