Gadgettes 78: The Last Gadget on Earth Episode
If that one missile that was shot at that one satellite was to, oh I don't know, miss that satellite entirely and redirect itself at the earth and blow everything up except for one of us and a small handful of gadgets...Well, let's just say you'd NEVER se
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Why didn't I think of that?
What the HELL?!
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Flashback! To an episode that made me so angry!
Animatronic Triceratops you can ride (if you're 3-5)!...
Where the heck was this when we were kids!?!?! And for $300, that's not too bad for a big, cool gift for a kid... I suppose later in life it can be an educational toy by playing "let's take it apart and put it back together again" ;)
after listening about pinkcomputer.com...I decided to go there...and literally after about 2 minutes of being on the site I started to feel nauseous. I had just eaten a large bowl of ice cream...And it wasn't sitting well. Way too much pink. Thanks for making me laugh.
I have to send a mighty thank you to Jason and the rest of you for episode 77 - my 4 year old daughter laughed through the entire show and had me replay it for her 3 times. Have you ever thought of forming a side business doing birthday parties for toddlers? Keep up the great work.
-Chris (no clever title) from Milwaukee
I think I need to thank you guys for saving me from certain death with your end-of-phrase Nickleback "HYAHS!" My friends and I were driving home from a vacation with no iPods, DVDs, or DS Lites. Don't ask why we were trekkin' it old school; I don't even know. Anyway, one couple had a nasty breakup during the trip due to gross high school drama, and the rest of the car ride was excruciatingly awkward. After an estimated 30 minutes of silence and static, the song "Drops of Jupiter" by Train comes on. I couldn't help myself. I HAD to add in some "HYAH!" It delighted my friends, and we proceeded to add our own sound effects to the subsequent songs. Gwen Stefani has never sounded so good.
-Jay in Arkansas