Here are a few of the items I am asking for, if you have any cool suggestions to offer, please do and I will post them asap!
Somehow, this classic 60's TV show, which was a staple of my after school viewing (on channel 20 in DC, hosted by Captain 20, complete with Gerbil races) and still fascinates me today.
All 120 of the original broadcast Batman episodes are included, Everything has been cleaned up, color enhanced and looks better that it ever did before.
This set also includes several hours of extra materials and interviews, a 44 trading card set and an exclusive Hot Wheels Batmobile, Don't need, do want.
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There is no chance I really need this either, but I think it would be fun to play all of the ancient arcade classics from the early 80s in a way that seems more genuine, without breaking the bank.
Just grab the necessary apps, slide your iPad or Android tablet in, and journey back to your arcade glory days - Centipede, Dig Dug and Asteroids, here I come!
I already have a full size DJ rig, and I do most of the mixes you hear on this site using a production program called Mixcraft, but I think this night be a fun device to add to my arsenal.
This piece is sturdy and versatile, according to the reviews on Amazon and elsewhere. This will come in handy when I am throwing together a little something for a few friends that venture over to celebrate the new year.
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We didn't have all of the really cool LEGO kits when Back to the Future came out.
Now, I can build my own DeLorean replica (complete with Doc Brown and Marty figures) and imagine time traveling adventures that will never see the light of a movie theater projector.
Not expensive or complicated, but cool.