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Rubber Band Machine Gun

Next time you engage in an office rubber band warfare, pull out the Rubber Band Machine Gun and make everyone surrender. This crazy contraption is capable of firing 672 rubber bands in an impressive 48 seconds! The all-wooden, fully-automatic machine gun includes 16 barrels capable of holding multiple bands each, and a fully automatic trigger mechanism activated by a small electric engine, fed by 5 AA batteries. This bad boy can fire rubber bands at a rate of 14 shots per second at a range of over 26 feet! Also included is a fast charging device, allowing you to charge the weapon in a few minutes. Watch the video and check it in action

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LEGO SIMPSONS MINIFIGURES

Lego have announced today the set of 16 Simpsons minifigures featuring most of the popular characters from the cult series. Lego had previously released the Simpsons House Set that includes 6 minifigures, but now you will be able to purchase all 16 minifigures from Homer Simpson to Krusty the Clown to Itchy and Scratchy. The figures will be available in May for $4 each, from Lego and from Amazon. Lego Fan? check out our roundup of gift ideas for the Lego Fanati...
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LINE BAR | BY NATHAN YONG

The Line Bar is a wine cellar designed by Singaporean designer Nathan Yong, inspired furniture and radios from the 1960s. This cabinet combines modern design with smooth functionality. It features two drawers with leather pulls, three open cubbies, a storage rack for stemware and a storage rack for 12 bottles....
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OLD-FASHIONED TREE SWING | BY PEG & AWL

Peg and Owl is a small company from Philadelphia, their products are made from old things that have been recovered from misfortune and neglect. Example of their fine craft is this Old-Fashioned Tree Swing made of reclaimed old growth pine(was once a floor joist for a 19th century house) and with 3/4 Manila rope looped trough the seat....
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