Taking up a staggering 9,000 square feet, Rancho Obi-Wan is home to the world's largest private Star Wars memorabilia collection. The non-profit museum has been growing for 35 years and contains over 300,000 items, ranging anywhere from action figures to fan-created piñatas. You and a friend can tour the collection with owner Steve Sansweet once you've reached Knight status (a donation of $200).
So, you thought Inception was pretty awesome? See what you think after Cinema Sins ruins it for you in under four minutes.
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Bridging the gap between the stuff on store shelves and a trip to a custom tailor, INDOCHINO offers high-quality made to measure suits with amazing fit and feel. They take 14 measurements to create suits and shirts that are made for you and you alone. And the fit isn't the only thing that will make you stand out, as INDOCHINO offers a great selection of fabrics and customization options — from lapels to linings and more — to personalize your look. The result is an investment-quality wardrobe that's far more attainable than traditional custom-tailored options.
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Darwin Deez is the creeper in your stock video nightmares for the indie group's latest video. Their new album Songs For Imaginative People is out now.
Google is giving us an idea of what life would look like (if you are a professional ice-skating pilot who dances with the American Ballet and carves ice sculptures in their spare time) with this short video shot entirely through their Glass headset. The hands-free device allows you to send and receive messages, search the web, and take pictures and video, all with just the sound of your voice. Now, get out there and take up some hobbies interesting enough to record on a $1,500 pair of glasses.