Vic Wertz and Lisa Stevens, who used to run the Official Star Wars Fan Club, had this home theater made to resemble the control deck of the Death Star. It was designed by Doug Chiang who was the lead designer in Episodes I and II. All the stars are lit up via LEDs, and the massive DVD collection is hidden behind a Han Solo in Carbonite door (which could be made of turds and be better than this one). Throw in a golden bikinied Princess Leia chained to the chair and my privates would be in hyperdrive.
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Star Wars Personal Theater Is Cool [gizmodo]
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You've got to admit, for someone from Indiana that's pretty clever. Kidding! I don't actually have anything against Indiana. Now North Dakota -- God, don't even get me started. Psyche, I'm cool with them too. But NOT Montana, Hannah. Really not happy about that whole situat... / Continue →
What could possibly make a tuxedo shirt any cooler? Nothing. Except for maybe a Bow TIE Fighter Tuxedo Shirt! Fashion is dead. This is our most desperate hour. Help me, Bow TIE Tuxedo Shirt; you're my only hope. Available now for $22, the shirt was designed by Geekologie Re... / Continue →