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  • Planet of the Apes TV Series Planet of the Apes TV Series - Photo

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    • Sliders

      This is a good edition of the Planet of the Apes series. It's funny and exciting just like the 60s verison. It has added some different scenarios especially at the beginning at the end. I think it's worth a watch. Oh yeah the makeup on the apes is pretty good too.


  • Michelle Obama Inaugural Doll - The Danbury Mint Michelle Obama Inaugural Doll - The Danbury Mint - Photo

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    • Uptownflavor

      Michelle Obama looked like a dream on inaugural night. Sure to be a collector's item in years to come this replica is a great addition to the collection of any doll collector.


  • Planet of the Apes SET Planet of the Apes SET - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      I've always liked circus punks (the artistic version of those 1930's carnival knock-down dolls) and now they have released a new set...Planet of The Apes! Unfortunately, they're modeled after the remake (look at the clothes) but still.... The set of 3 of the 15" dolls for $150.00 Doesn't get more kitschy than that. Now, get your damned dirty hands off them!


  • Portraits From the Belly of the Whale - Michael Garlington Portraits From the Belly of the Whale - Michael Garlington - Photo

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      Something awry? Portraits Michael Garlington's "From the Belly of the Whale" is an arresting book of B&W fine art photographs about ordinary Americans, individuals who may seem like regular people - from a contortionist to a fast food worker - this work is dark, yet humorous and very very human.


  • The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable - Photo

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    • markaragnos

      The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable (Hardcover)


  • The Mind of the Market: Compassionate Apes, Competitive Humans, and Other Tales from Evolutionary Economics: Michael Shermer The Mind of the Market: Compassionate Apes, Competitive Humans, and Other Tales from Evolutionary Economics: Michael Shermer - Photo

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    • RobotSquid

      Another one of Michael Shermer's brilliant books. This time he applies the forces of natural selection that drove evolution to shed some light on economics, and how the behaviors of complex social groups have influenced the marketplace. Rather than saying "all greed is bad", Shermer shows that there's an acceptable level of greed that can actually benefit the community... and he brings in evidence from both the natural world and the financial world. Even the concept of "the invisible hand of the market" is applicable to the forces of natural selection. Fascinating, educational and an interesting viewpoint of how deeply ingrained our past influences our present.


  • THE PEOPLE OF THE LABYRINTHS A MAZE Perfume THE PEOPLE OF THE LABYRINTHS A MAZE Perfume - Photo

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    • palacinka

      This time out The People of the Labyrniths created a fragrance that has a heavy rose base, but I would not consider this a “floral” in the traditional sense. The heaviest and first notes on me are the 2 type of roses and the orange blossom. They dry down quickly to reveal a very unique second layer which is a saffron and henna. It’s a light fragrance that is also long lasting. I’ve never smelled anything quite like it. After a few hours the fragrance changes yet again to a very comforting and sweet note from the sandalwood and musk. By bedtime it lingered on, and a soft, almost almond-like fragrance remained on my skin. The People of the Labyrinths (TPOL) have taken more than 5 years to develop this new fragrance and it shows. For the fragrance lover who wants to conquer new and different smells, as well as those who do love a rose-based fragrance – with a twist, this is a definite must have! As always, the packaging is unique and luxurious as only TPOL can achieve. The box itself is beautiful lilac velvet and the bottle is a heavy scientific-beaker like bottle which is encased in a lovely silk purple scarf with gold lettering spelling out the name of the perfume. Bravo!


  • Phish - The Story of the Ghost [Audio CD] Phish - The Story of the Ghost [Audio CD] - Photo

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    • mallardpollard

      Phish's The Story of the Ghost, the ninth album from neo-hippieville's most proficient and clever players, is the group's most commercially accessible offering to date, a slinky (and slightly funky) trip through a slim conceptual piece about a life-affirming spiritual quest -- or something like that; it all gets pretty confusing midway through. But Phish has never been a very literary group; instead, its fervent cult feasts on the technical agility of the band's prime and skilled instrumentalists, which is on grand display here. ~ Michael Gallucci, All Music Guide


  • Hollow Book Safe & Flask The Return of the Native by greenRstudio Hollow Book Safe & Flask The Return of the Native by greenRstudio - Photo

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    • GreenRStudio

      ** Click Pictures to zoom *** Hollow Book Safe & Flask - The Return of the Native by Thomas Hardy. Looks like a real book - a great place to hide your secret things. Stash your jewelry, passports, money... Magnetic Closure keeps your things secure. Makes an excellent gift! Stainless Steel Flask is Included. Have a particular book in mind? Click "Contact" at upper right for custom request. If you want gift wrapping, please put a note at checkout.


  • The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Theatrical and Extended Limited Edition) The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Theatrical and Extended Limited Edition) - Photo

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    • joe

      It takes less time than reading the books.


  • The Silence of the Lambs (1991) The Silence of the Lambs (1991) - Photo

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    • John_and_Rose

      Brilliant Best Picture of 1991 that never gets old. "The Silence of the Lambs" deals with a young FBI cadet (Jodie Foster) who is sent to interview a captured madman (Anthony Hopkins in one of the greatest performances ever on the screen) to find out about a serial killer (Ted Levine) who is stripping the skin from his female victims after they die. The FBI has had no luck with the case and agent Scott Glenn tries to throw a curve-ball to Hopkins by sending Foster. Hopkins is a former doctor of Levine and holds the clues to capturing the unknown criminal. Needless to say the film takes many twists and turns, creating a suspenseful thriller that has no equal. At the heart of "The Silence of the Lambs" are the confrontations between Hopkins and Foster. They play a complicated chess match of words which results in some of the greatest footage ever captured for the cinema. Hopkins dominates in spite of the fact he has approximately 17 minutes of time in the film. This is a film that will wrap itself around you and you will likely never be able to shake some of the key elements you have seen in this amazing masterpiece. Another movie from my favorite actor, Anthony Hopkins.


  • The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001) The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001) - Photo

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      This movie is Woody Allen at its best. The Curse of the Jade Scorpion is physically impeccable: its period-perfect costumes and sets capture 1940 New York with splendid authenticity and are further enhanced by the burnished glow of Zhao Fei's cinematography. The plot is as follows: CW Briggs is a veteran insurance investigator, with many successes. Betty Ann Fitzgerald is a new employee in the company he works for, with the task of reorganizing the office. They don't like each other - or at least that's what they think. During a night out with the rest of the office employees, they go to watch Voltan, a magician who secretly hypnotizes both of them, in order to use them for his dirty schemes. The next evening already, Briggs makes his first robbery, and when he wakes up in the morning he has no memory of it. Things get really complicated when he starts investigating the case. Will he be able to uncover... himself? I love almost everything Woody Allen does and this movie is certainly one of my favorites!


  • Been there? Done that? Take her to the depths of the ocean. Been there? Done that?   Take her to the depths of the ocean. - Photo

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    • laurasweet

      More than just a two-man submersible, the Deep Flight Aviator, a 22-foot vessel that can dive to 1,500 feet, represents a unique travel opportunity: a chance to visit regions where no one else has ventured. The winged Aviator resembles a high-performance plane, with thrusters that propel the submersible to a top speed of 10 mph. An acrylic pod allows for clear viewing of the surroundings, and lights can be mounted on the Aviator to illuminate the mysteries of the deep. Before you can claim the Aviator, Deep Flight Submersibles, the company that builds it, will require you to attend its three-day Sub Sea Aviation School. Previous sessions have been held in the Bahamas and in Mexico’s Sea of Cortés. The Aviator, which weighs 4,300 pounds, can be transported via plane or helicopter, and it can be mounted like a tender on a megayacht. Price: Starting at $1.7 million, plus the $15,000 fee to attend the three-day Sub Sea Aviation School. Contact: Deep Flight Submersibles, 415.256.9273


  • The Name of The Wind The Name of The Wind - Photo

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    • keiri

      I’ve been hearing about this fantasy writer for years before he actually got published. He’s an amazing writer with an incredible mind and creativity. This book would be a great gift, available through Barnes and Nobles and other stores. From his site: “From Publishers Weekly : The originality of Rothfuss’s outstanding debut fantasy, the first of a trilogy, lies less in its unnamed imaginary world than in its precise execution. Kvothe (”pronounced nearly the same as ‘Quothe’ “), the hero and villain of a thousand tales who’s presumed dead, lives as the simple proprietor of the Waystone Inn under an assumed name. Prompted by a biographer called Chronicler who realizes his true identity, Kvothe starts to tell his life story. >From his upbringing as an actor in his family’s traveling troupe of magicians, jugglers and jesters, the Edema Ruh, to feral child on the streets of the vast port city of Tarbean, then his education at “the University,” Kvothe is driven by twin imperatives-his desire to learn the higher magic of naming and his need to discover as much as possible about the Chandrian, the demons of legend who murdered his family. As absorbing on a second reading as it is on the first, this is the type of assured, rich first novel most writers can only dream of producing. The fantasy world has a new star. “


  • The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics The Art of the Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the Classics - Photo

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    • glamazon5

      If you are wanting to make you own cocktails with delish fresh ingredients, this is the book for you. Actually just for the pix alone this book is worth it. Written by professional "mixologists" who are part of the growing trend of those wanting to elevate the art of the cocktail...using only the freshest ingredients, etc. I can't recommend this book enough


  • Maria Callas - The Voice of the Century Maria Callas - The Voice of the Century - Photo

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    • Three

      My first introduction to the vast work or the legendary Maria Callas came from my desire to have the cover art of "The Voice of the Century" in my music collection. Thanks to the marvelous packing design and brilliant selection of tracks contain with in I finally be came acquainted with artistry of Maria Callas.


  • Sting - The Dream of the Blue Turtles Sting - The Dream of the Blue Turtles - Photo

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    • hanahula

      This album was a huge departure from the Sting I had grown to know and love as lead singer of "The Police". But after seeing the movie about the making of the album (which includes scenes of his wife, Trudie Styler, giving birth) and listening to the album for the first time, I fell in love with the jazz-infused sound and thought-provoking lyrics. I continue to be impressed by how Sting challenges himself as a musician, always pushing his own barriers . . . and providing us with a seemingly never-ending supply of ear candy.


  • LRG The Mouses of the Holy Tee LRG The Mouses of the Holy Tee - Photo

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    • berth

      The Mouses of the Holy Tee features a cotton composition, a sketch-like print of a choir of angels above stretched text reading "Mouse Of The Holy," with a pair of praying hands holding a computer mouse accompanied by the Lifted Research Group logo on the chest & back, and an LRG logo label on the collar & hem. New age religion


  • The Phantom of the Opera CD The Phantom of the Opera CD - Photo

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    • hapa_lee

      When I was a kid, my mom and godmother took me to see this musical for a special treat. If I remember correctly, it was also one of my first introductions to musicals. I enjoy musicals as they combine so many unique and creative elements to create a terrific world that takes you away from reality. The Phantom of the Opera is a terrificly haunting story that was adapted very well by Andrew Lloyd Webber.


  • The Billionaire's Vinegar: The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine by Benjamin Wallace The Billionaire's Vinegar: The Mystery of the World's Most Expensive Bottle of Wine by Benjamin Wallace - Photo

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    • radstuff

      This is the story of the Forbes's foolishness, following the tale of fraud that saw them pay $156,000 for a bogus bottle supposedly from Thomas Jefferson's cellar. It makes for a fascinating read, but what I took away from it, other than that a fool and his money are soon parted (even if they can afford to throw it away), is that when dealing with alcohol, price and quality are often entirely disconnected. I'll leave cultural capital to the chumps, and keep my real capital in my pocket.