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May your holidays be merry and bright! (And just a little bit strange!)
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In the year 20XX, the Nintendo #NESClassic Edition took the world by storm. We have limited stock available, and we want to do this right! Now, there are more of you (A LOT MORE) than we expected in our wildest dreams, so you have until Monday, 12/12 at 10 AM EST to add the Nintendo NES Classic Edition to your wishlist for a chance to buy. After the deadline, Timmy will begin to randomly choose batches of fans to receive an email containing a unique, one-time code and link that guarantees a purchase for 24 hours.
MORE DETAILS HERE: http://bit.ly/2gCpJvn
May the odds be ever in your favor!
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Today in Geek History: You survived another Krampusnacht! On the night of Dec 5, Krampus roams the streets, beating the naughty with sticks.
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Today in Geek History: NASA launched the Space Shuttle Endeavor in 1993 to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. YAY PRETTY SCIENCE PICTURES!
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Today in Geek History: Sherlock Holmes gets his first case, A Study in Scarlet, in 1887! Elementary!
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Happy Thanksgiving! We celebrated ThinksGeeking early, but we're EXTRA thankful for our awesome fans, Westworld, & bananas. Always bananas.
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Today in Geek History: Happy birthday to the late, great Harold Ramis. Don't cross the streams! Until the plot calls for it, of course.
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Today in Geek History: It was the beginning of a great adventure in 1985 when Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes was first syndicated.
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Today in Geek History: The patent for the computer mouse was filed in 1970, named "X-Y Position Indicator for a Display System." Catchy.
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We're LIVE NOW with Ashley Eckstein for the ThinkGeek Star Trek Collection by Her Universe launch - tune in: http://bit.ly/2eWRzRK
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