Someone please buy me this shirt.
Again, I’m tired, so here’s everything all at once. (What do you know, the internet is a big truck you just dump stuff on!)
Looks like SciFi (or whoever is in charge over there) is doing something right and releasing Stargate Atlantis on Blu-ray. Actually, it’s just the first and last episodes, but it’s better than nothing I suppose.
Also, Peter DeLuise is apparently coming back to help direct at least one episode in Stargate Universe. You’ll probably recognize him as the guy that played the replacement actor in the episodes Wormhole X-Treme and 200. Or, if you’re a normal person, you won’t.
New xkcd: Statistics is Screwy
Alright, Mooch Report coming up.
Alright, I am tired today so I am posting a bunch of crap all at once. Mooch Report will be coming up right after this.
ThinkGeek has a sweet little system that lets you play NES and SNES games for only $50. As you can imagine they are totally sold out, so the soonest you can get it using backorder would me on the 9th. You can even plug in your old controllers, although it comes with two controllers for futuristic multiplayer action!
Also, ThinkGeek just put their Personal Area Network T-Shirt on sale for $20. Basically it lets you wire your mp3 player, cell phone, or other digitalia into a t-shirt for epic cord management. It even makes you look buff while wearing it, and hides the wires while simultaneously keeping them off your skin.
In other news, I broke 2000 gamerpoints on my 360 the other day. I know, I know, that’s nothing. You uberfied gamers (aka “people with no lives who live in their mother’s basement”) have 10 times that. I get laid, so I win.
Preemptive Strike: I am about to get 500 comments from Xbox 360 point-whores claiming to have lives, but still having more points than me. To them I say: screw you and screw your mother too.
P.S. If you want to track my gamerscore or see what my 360 is up to, you can do that using the little feed ticker on the bottom of my sidebar. Clicking on my gamercard will show you my progress in any game I’ve played, and the feedticker actually goes to a blog that my 360 writes. He really gets in my head sometimes, it’s weird.
These are perfect for all the nerd-parties I have planned!
Check out this 750 GB 7200 RPM SATA drive for less than $80. It’s a nice Western Digital drive so you know it’s quality.
Now you can see through your peephole without putting your nose to the door, and even record activity outside 24/7! This neat little device wirelessly saves data onto an SD card in a handheld device that lets you see and record through a peephole. Now even people who cover up your peephole before knocking can be identified: just rewind and play it back, and you can see them before they cover up the peephole. Just $200 at ThinkGeek.
Of course, you can also put this in a wall or on a shelf or inside a teddy bear, but we won’t talk about that ;).