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Awesome Time #84

It happened again. Jamie confused pop culture phenomenons, lost to Eric in a challenge, and seemed all too willing to show off his terrible knowledge of animals.

Luckily, Gus was able to keep things moving so at least there's a half-dozen new and curiously awesome products (such as tiny Transformers and Flint Laces) to fill the voids.

Video Newsletter! Click to Play the Awesome!
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Featured Products:

Transformers Metal Models

Transformers Metal Models
$11.99

  Pinblock Freestyle

Pinblock Freestyle
$44.99

  Go Big Serving Tray

Go Big Serving Tray
$14.99

  Flint Laces

Flint Laces
$15.50

 
3D Notebooks (Armed)

3D Notebooks (Armed)
$19.99

  Animal Socks

Animal Socks
$9.99

  3D Notebooks (Gadgets)

3D Notebooks (Gadgets)
From $9.99 to $19.99

  Syclone

Syclone
$25.50

 

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Pocket Shot Slingshot

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The Wooden Bowtie

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Flint Laces

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Pinblock Freestyle

Message from the Evil Boss:

Dear Valued Customer,

We rented a high-speed camera for our Pocket Shot video and got some amazing slow-mo footage. Check it out. It's pretty awesome!

As always, don't forget the promo code. Enter "goldenbear" on the cart page to redeem your coupon.

Thank you for your business,

Jamie Salvatori, Owner

Evil Boss!
The Evil Boss, cackling
The Coupon Code!
 
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Save $5 off your next order of $20 or more (excluding shipping costs and gift cards) by entering "goldenbear" on the cart page.*

* Please note that the coupon expires August 16, 2015.

 
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