Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Mr. T as a bear, plus a new chance to win Threadless t-shirts



"B.A. Bearacus" t-shirt design by Tony Parsons. If you'd like the chance to buy it, vote by clicking on the voting widget:

B.A. Bearacus - Threadless T-shirts, Nude No More

Meanwhile t-shirts are as low as $10 at Threadless right now, and to celebrate, I have three Threadless t-shirts to give away. I'm going to spread the cheer and give them to three people (sorry, you don't get to choose the shirts, and I'm not sure which ones they are). To enter, post a comment with your email and a gift idea. It could be something you hope to get, have received, or something you've given or plan to give. Links are nice but not necessary, and feel free to write a bit about what made/makes the gift special. One comment per person, and my apologies, but this contest is limited to US residents. I'll pick three winners this Friday evening.

12 comments:

  1. j_stuever@hotmail.com Frank miller comic books!

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  2. Oh man, I would love to receive some books from my Amazon Wishlist... But I know all Im gonna get are my two front teeth.

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  3. Couldn't resist but pick up a few of these for some loved ones, after all, it's more about the giving than the getting. And, since they're custom figures, and cute kids things, thought you might enjoy checking out the link yourself!!

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Custom-Spider-man-4-SUPER-HERO-SQUAD-Christmas-Ornament_W0QQitemZ290377047891QQihZ019QQcategoryZ148QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem#ht_500wt_1182

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  4. Signed Queens of the Stone age poster for my sister. Great blog!

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  5. My Brother is my secret Santa, his only request was Taxidermy. $50 limit
    I cant get this for $50.

    http://www.tophattaxidermy.com/taxidermy-chuffy-time-machine.htm

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  6. A gift that keeps on giving, Team Fortress Christmas Cards. I want these so bad, especially the overjoyed pyro when he gets coal from Santa.

    As for a gift I asked for, that would be a Bertie. I have wanted one of these since I read Zombies Vs. Robots and later when I saw the 300 dollar version at House of Secrets.

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  7. I saw this and immediately wanted it for my dad. He's an old school Star Wars fan. The only concern that I have is that it won't zip up past his very robust belly.

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/plush/bb2e/

    i love that it has legs, too.


    desertwasp@aol.com

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  8. getting my co-worker and her kid interested in vinyl toys so the krunk-a-claus is a good start

    http://www.kidrobot.com/Toys/MiniFigures/KrunkaClausDunny3.html

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  9. Ashley Wood's Hatchery Bertie...only 50 made and sold out at this year's Hong Kong event.

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  10. Once, just once, I want to save Christmas.

    I kid you not, that is on my Bucket List, right between "Honorary Doctorate" and "Punch a Bear/Shark/Other Large Predator".

    Though for the purposes of this contest I'll be more specific and say I'd like to give the gift of a Christmas Miracle to a sick kid/urban neighborhood/small European mountain town/etc.

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  11. 'm giving my fiance Blueman Group tickets...

    We're both really into experiencing things together rather than just giving tangible gifts. Year before last we saw family guy live and last year I took her the see "Wicked".

    http://www.blueman.com/


    I forgot to add my e-mail... cdelbertsanders@gmail.com

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