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    The Lego Tumble/Batmobile by mahjqa(flickr user).
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    Wow! If you know that the 1950s' kids can play with uranium ore! The Gilbert U-238 Atomic Energy Lab from 1950 early.
    "This was the most elaborate Atomic Energy educational set ever produced, but it was only only available from 1951 to 1952. Its relatively high price for the time ($50.00) and its sophistication were the explanation Gilbert gave for the set's short lifespan. Today, it is so highly prized by collectors that a complete set can go for more than 100 times the original price.
    The set came with four types of uranium ore, a beta-alpha source (Pb-210), a pure beta source (Ru-106), a gamma source (Zn-65?), a spinthariscope, a cloud chamber with its own short-lived alpha source (Po-210), an electroscope, a geiger counter, a manual, a comic book (Dagwood Splits the Atom) and a government manual "Prospecting for Uranium."
    Other Gilbert sets (e.g., the No. 11 Atomic Energy set) continued to carry the spinthariscope, the ore and the manual. In addition, the Geiger counter could be purchased separately. "
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    Johnny Swing's Dollar teddy bear! "Cuddly consolation for a bear market: We're in love with this teddy bear, and it's not just because of the money." The bear is sewn entirely out of genuine U.S. dollar bills. No eyes, no mouth, just old dollar bills. Featuring a zipper for stuffing, and is suitable for retrofitting with crushed dollar bills (or perhaps Euros) for the ultimate gift. 12" tall.
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    Aren't you a little cute for a Stormtrooper.
    Sometimes, you just have to build a snowman.
    The full Lego Starwars set check out here.
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    Rubik's TouchCube($150) is the the first completely electronic solvable Cube features you just simple hit the scramble button on the cube, and then rearrange the blocks by swiping your finger.
    "How does it work? Rubik's TouchCube features touch sensor technology on all six sides, a motion-detecting accelerometer, and colored lights in every square. It even mimics the movements of the original 3x3 Cube¡ªswipe a finger across three squares and the lights will follow, ¡°turning¡± a side of the Cube; make an ¡°L¡± shape to turn the top face of the Cube a quarter turn. Rubik's TouchCube's motion-detecting accelerometer only recognizes moves made on the top side of the Cube, so that a player's fingers won't move the lights on other sides when holding it.
    Need some help? Solving the frustrations of hundreds of millions of Rubik's Cube players, Rubik's TouchCube also includes a built-in solver, so now anyone can easily learn how to solve the Cube step by step. Ask for a hint or watch Rubik's TouchCube solve itself.
    Afraid you'll lose your place? Internal memory allows players to save their current puzzle so they can resume play anytime.
    Love that iconic Rubik's Cube sound? Players can choose between modern or classic sound effects at varying volume levels to have a new or nostalgic Rubik's experience as they swipe.
    Still stressed? Rubik's TouchCube stands alone as a great desk accessory¡ªthe colors slide and change while it recharges in its display stand."
    Rubik's TouchCube, will be in stores in the fall of 2009, for under $149.99.

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    If you love these Lego Star Wars Magnets? I love them, adorable. Some Lego fans already bought a batch of magnet sets. These batch of magnet sets, includes the Clone Wars animated series: Yoda, Mace Windu, and Count Dooku, the classic trilogy: Boba Fett, Princess Leia, and Imperial Guard, the prequel trilogy: Anakin Skywalker, Naboo Pilot, and Darth Maul.
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    The adorable Tank Papercraft, I want to DIY one! You can download from the paper files of tank paper toy from here, or directly download the zip files from here.
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    By artist Christoph Niemann.
    "During the cold and dark Berlin winter days, I spend a lot of time with my boys in their room. And as I look at the toys scattered on the floor, my mind inevitably wanders back to New York." [ link ]
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    The Lego skull and crazy death by Lego set by monsterbrick(flickr). I also love the Lego Converses shoes, see the flickr set. Cool!
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    OOAK Portrait Repaint by Noel Cruz.
    This doll started out as Basic Lucien ball jointed doll produced by Keith Kwek and RDGdoll. The doll is aprroximately 17 1/2 inches tall and is made of resin and has tremendous lifelike poseability. The doll is anatomically correct and features a molded/sculpted private anatomy. This OOAK includes the following features:
    full facial repaint, completely precision hand painted featuring three dimensional repaint/shading/highlighting
    includes default beautiful inset blue acrylic eyes (removeable and replaceable, however no replacement eyes included)
    hand painted scalp
    manicure and pedicure
    paint-enhanced chest
    doll is anatomically correct with paint-enhanced private anatomy
    all repainted areas are sealed using artist-grade acrylics and sealers
    Tonner box with doll stand included
    signed photo/certificate from artist
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    The inside-out teddy bears, by Kent Rogowski. I love them!
    "Bears, is a series of portraits of the most unusual sort: ordinary teddy bears that have been turned inside out and restuffed. Each animal's appearance is determined by the necessities of the manufacturing process. Simple patterns and devices never meant to be seen are now prominent physical characteristics, giving each one a distinctly quirky personality: their fasteners become eyes, their seams become scars, and their stuffing creeps out in the most unexpected places. Together these images form a topology of strange yet oddly familiar creatures. They are at once hideous yet cuddly, disturbing yet endearing, absurd yet adorable, while offering a metaphor for us all to consider. These bears, which have lived and loved and lost as much as their owners, have suffered and endured through it all. It is by virtue of revealing their inner core might we better understand our own."
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    The Terminator Bearbrick by toy company Medicom Toy. This 400% scale Terminator Bearbrick(JPY 7,140, about $80; Pre-order, June 2009) called "T-Rip", features light-up eyes and silver Terminator-esque detailing. A Terminator Bearbrick, for brearbick and Terminator fans! It is pre-sale in the Bearbrick now.
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    M8ing by Rocko. Cute, Click 2 enlarge!
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    The Lego Flying Car by kaitimar(flickr), Cool! I love it! Click 2 enlarge!
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    The Lego vignette by Peter Reid, awesome! ghoul?
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    The Lego Jack Skellington, Cool! By flickr user Legohaulic.
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    The 5' x10' Hoth base diorama. The entire display consists of 55,000 to 60,000 pieces and has cool features such as 50 real LED lights and a remote controlled mechanism that deploys troops from the AT-ATs. This 5' x10' Lego Star Wars Hoth base Diorama created by Mark Borlase, he took about $3,000 and over 4 years in the making to complete. Cool! This creation won the recent Star Wars building challenge and was featured in the official LEGO Magazine. See more pics check out here.
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    Wow! A giant R/C tank! This R/C tank is a 1/4 scale replica of a German King Tiger which wreaked havoc on Allied tanks in World War Two. It weights in at 250kg(!!), powered by two 500-watt, 24 volt motors, capable of pulling a car. It features include a real working turret and a 2ft long gun with a realistic recoil action. Unfortunately it costs £6,600(about $10,230), this price I can buy a real car! If you are a rich guy and want to add it to your Christmas gift list, you can check out here. Check out you can see some videos of this 1/4 Scale RC King Tiger.
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    The lego-loving folks build the Lego Pneumatic Engines(EUR 300; $400) for your Lego models(trucks, cars, construction machinery), using the Scotch Yoke of operation in order to keep size to a minimum, and to maximize usable torque, giving better overall power output. The 2000 rpm inline-4 model features a cross-plane crank, a gear-driven valvetrain and a side-mounted dual cam with one valve-per-cylinder. The inline-3 model features a similar setup but delivers 600 rpm more.
    "The engine is only 11 studs high, making it a perfect choice for fast (approximately 1:10 and bigger scale) LEGO cars, construction machines, agricultural vehicles and other MOCs." Check out see the videos, they are very cool!
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    The SpyFire($30) is a cool blaster. Not only is it a powerful, battery powered, 4 shot blaster capable of blasting up to 25 feet away, the handle separate from the rest of the blaster, it can be fired remotely. Use as a hand weapon or set up the blaster for a surprise R/C attack station. It feautures stores extra ammo in handle, fold down tripod, firing sound effects with each shot, R/C range up to 50 feet and shoots up to 25 feet. Video check out the more.
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