I know I'm about a week late on this, but I just had to post it here on the blog. Last week, after the Packers beat the Bears, Aaron Rodgers ( Hey!!!! Roddd-gers! ) broke out his Lebowski sweater for the postgame interview. And that's when I discovered that this sweater is a real thing. Like...you can buy it. And not off ebay or from some Estate Sale. A quick search on teh Googles turns up a company named Pendleton who sells the sweater. Originally from 1972, they're still selling it today, but for a pretty steep price: $239.00. Doesn't matter. I've now added it to my Christmas list. Yeah...that's right. I keep a running list of 'wants' that Nat will check out near Christmas or birthday time. But, if I'm honest: Will someone buy this for me? Nope. Not a chance. Still goes on the list. Still goes on the list. And if you have a minute, go check out the reviews at the bottom of the product listing . Lots of people saying how nic
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Well, well, well. Look what arrived in the mail this week: the 2015 Christmas catalog from the fine folks up at Duluth Trading. With the King Arthur catalog already in our house, with this, I can *now* build out my full Christmas "want" list. I mean...who isn't all over henleys and fire house pants from Santa Claus this year, amirite?!?
Having been through the prototyping process on Penny Hockey Boards , I made a few modifications. First, they shrunk in size considerably. From 12" wide and 16" long down to 12" long and 8.5" wide. After the side rails are attached, the playing surface will be 12" long, 8" wide. The name of the game is also being changed from Penny Hockey to Topper Hockey (more on that later....). Also, because the board shrunk, the space behind the goal also was squeezed. It started at 2.5" from backline to center of the goal and now with the production units, I've cut that distance in half. The final change comes in regards to the pegs - I've changed the configuration a bit and removed some. The "guard" pegs - which are located just outside the goal mouth were widened, and one of them were removed. The peg modifications were made to simplify and enhance gameplay. My intended audience is my nephews who are all under the age of 10. Scori
You can even use them on sneakers ! I saw....rather HEARD this tv spot a few days ago. I was minding my own business with my nose in my computer when I heard his voice. I had to look up! Too funny not to share. (for those of you reading this via email, you should click through to watch the video below) Anything Gilbert Gottfried is selling gets my attention! In all seriousness, I think the Shoedini has now been added to my Christmas list. Kind of an awesome product.