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Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine Pint Glass from Warner Bros.

Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine Pint Glass from Warner Bros.
$10.36
Party with Scooby and the gang with this Mystery Machine 16 oz. pint glass! Hand wash is recommended.

Man Of Steel Shield Adult Navy Hoodie from Warner Bros.

Man Of Steel Shield Adult Navy Hoodie from Warner Bros.
$49.95
This Superman hooded sweatshirt features the Man of Steel S-shield. This premium ringspun cotton hoodie is 80% cotton/20% ...

Batman 1966 Batgirl Grand Heritage Adult Costume from Warner Bros.

Batman 1966 Batgirl Grand Heritage Adult Costume from Warner Bros.
$139.95
This Batgirl costume depicts the crime fighting Barbara Gordon from the classic 1966 Batman television series. This costume includes jumpsuit, ...

Random Products

Man Of Steel Shield Adult Navy Hoodie from Warner Bros.

Man Of Steel Shield Adult Navy Hoodie from Warner Bros.
$49.95
This Superman hooded sweatshirt features the Man of Steel S-shield. This premium ringspun cotton hoodie is 80% cotton/20% ...

Batman 1966 Batgirl Grand Heritage Adult Costume from Warner Bros.

Batman 1966 Batgirl Grand Heritage Adult Costume from Warner Bros.
$139.95
This Batgirl costume depicts the crime fighting Barbara Gordon from the classic 1966 Batman television series. This costume includes jumpsuit, ...

Superman 1:6 Scale Figure By Hot Toys from Warner Bros.

Superman 1:6 Scale Figure By Hot Toys from Warner Bros.
$199.95
Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys present an impressive 1:6 scale figure depicting Christopher Reeve as Superman, capturing every detail ...

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Nixed Potter pix list sneak

Nixed Potter pix list sneak

A leaked doc listing nixed movie title suggestions for Warner Bros. ongoing Harry Potter tentpole comes on the heals of a similar leak involving a Paramount scribe closely tied to the Indiana Jones franchise, fired after an exchange of rejected titles suggested a sequel was in the works. Paramount denies reports of a Jones sequel, [...]

Magical U.S. Presidential Seal

Magical U.S. Presidential Seal

The Seal of the President of the United States, also the Great Seal of the United States and the back of the Kennedy half dollar. The seal itself dates back to 1850 and has been redesigned and updated numerous times. It features a bald eagle with wings extended, on its breast a shield with 13 perpendicular red and white stripes, [...]

Students score not good

Students score not good

The average American high school student of voting age has trouble spelling the name of the street they live on and can spell only 75 pecent of the states in the nation correctly, a Place it on Lucky Dan servey reveals. The study, conducted earlier this year, also disclothed that 63 pecent of Americans feel spelling and grammer are [...]

A dad’s strip club in vitro

A dad’s strip club in vitro

Combining the beneficial theory behind pre-natal music stimulation with reverse psychology, one soon-to-be dad from Mesa, Ariz., is hoping to keep his unborn child on the straight and narrow. Blasting a steady stream of Mötley Crüe and Notorious B.I.G. into his wife Krissy's abdominal wall, Charlie Maddux says he's not only a firm [...]

New @UrbDic: FUGAR

New @UrbDic: FUGAR

Place it on Lucky Dan's first entry in the Urban Dictionary: FUGAR -- (foo-ger), n. , a fat woman in her 30s or 40s who actively pursues casual dinners with younger men. Sex is optional. Turns out she's a fugar so it was cool that I bailed after dessert. >> Follow: @SoapyJohnson on Twitter. >> Comment: Place it on [...]

Cheerleader 101

Cheerleader 101

A blurry photo of cheerleaders is better than an in-focus picture without them. Entered as evidence, Exhibit A: There's also nothing sadder than a bundled-up cheerleader. Look at the two photos below and ask yourself who's happier?? Actually, it's a trick question. Sad Happy >> Follow: @SoapyJohnson on [...]

ALS Study Musical Chairs

ALS Study Musical Chairs

Lou Gehrig may not have had Lou Gehrig's disease. It's now thought that the New York Yankees Hall of Fame slugger "might have been catalyzed by injuries only now becoming understood: concussions and other brain trauma." Since "The Iron Horse" was cremated, this theory may never be proven as scientific fact. Still, this discovery has [...]

Tribune Reporter Suicide

Tribune Reporter Suicide

JOHANNESBURG - A sportswriter from the United States covering the 2010 FIFA World Cup leaped to his death Sunday evening in an apparent suicide, just moments after attending the finals and filing a story with the Chicago Tribune. Andrew Wathan, 46, jumped from his 2nd floor balcony at the Hyatt Regency Johannesburg Hotel, less than an [...]

Valentine’s Day warning

Valentine’s Day warning

Attention Valentine's Day shoppers. Cleveland Steamer is neither a spa nor a carpet cleaning service and a gift from this establishment is not, under any circumstance, appropriate. Cincinnati Bowtie is not a haberdashery and a Boston Pancake is by no means a suitable breakfast choice. If Hot Karl hands you a Rusty Trombone on a Glass [...]

One-legged kicker an unlikely hero

One-legged kicker an unlikely hero

WICHITA -- Seventeen-year old Johnny Worthington kicked the game-winning field goal last Saturday to lead his Wichita Mudhens to the Division II high school football title game next week. Artist rendering This may not sound like much to those beyond the Kansas state line but consider this: Worthington was born blind with cystic [...]

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