A new song from the musical-comedy duo Flight of the Conchords and a charitable donation to help sick children, looks like a win-win to us. After a long collaboration with some creative youth, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement reunite to write a new single for the New Zealand-based charity Cure Kids. Skip to about the 5:00 mark to hear the song and help aid in the research of life-threatening childhood diseases by purchasing it on iTunes.
The folks over at HISHE animated some alternate endings for Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises that would've made much more sense, but then, he wouldn't be Batman.
Whether you're closing a deal or cleaning up for a date, Timberland Killington Chukka Boots will keep your feet protected and comfortable this Spring. The upper is made from a combo of full-grain leather and mesh, giving the shoe a rugged/casual look that pairs perfectly with a variety of ensembles covering a multitude of occasions. A cushy insole keeps your feet happy all day long, while the SensorFlex outsole moves with your foot and combines three different layers to deliver additional comfort, support, and outstanding traction on any surface. Available in four handsome colorways.
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You know you should take vitamins, but figuring out what supplements to take is tough when the vitamin aisle offers shelf after shelf of often mysterious substances. Care/of, is taking out the guesswork and endless Goole searches by offering the convenience of personalized supplements delivered to your home. All you have to do is take a quick survey that asks you questions about your diet, exercise, lifestyle, and other habits, and they'll come up with a pack of high-quality vitamins and supplements that meet your needs. Those include everything from the basic Calcium and Vitamin C to Rhodiola or Bacopa, specialty botanical supplements that help with stress and focus. They arrive already sorted in handy, travel-friendly daily packs that can be thrown in your bag or desk, ensuring your vitamins are always on hand. The fact that they also cost less than what you'd pay at the health food store is just a bonus.
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So, this is what the galaxy has come to. The creators of Robot Chicken have teamed up with Lucasfilm to give an animated look into the daily lives of Star Wars characters when they aren't striking back or attacking clones.