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  1. Star Wars Holiday Cards and Ornaments: You Cannot Repel Festivity of This Magnitude

    X-(wing)-mas.

    You can head to McQuade's Etsy to purchase some holiday Star Wars swag, or check out his Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad and Alien merchandise. (I mean, who doesn't want a Ripley Christmas Tree ornament? Grinches, that's who.)

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  2. “Glitched” Playing Cards Give Your IRL Gaming A Virtual Twist

    Game night just got a lot glitchier.

    Glitches in games are entirely common and often hilarious - but they simply can't exist in real-world games, like Solitaire or Clue. Or at least they shouldn't exist, unless you're living in some creepy virtual reality - or, you've gotten a deck of these new Glitch cards off Kickstarter!

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  3. Hotel Keys Do Not Store Your Personal Information, but Here’s Why You Might Think That

    They can store your personal information, but it doesn't mean they do.

    As I learned on a family vacation this weekend, some people think that their hotel keycard is encoded with all sorts of personal information. This belief leads to people refusing to turn in their keycards at the end of a hotel stay for fear of that information being stolen. It's not true, but here's why some people think it is.

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  4. Star Wars Greeting Cards Wish Us a "Hoth-y" Holiday

    It's not often that we get mail here at the Geekosystem offices, being as we are located in a dome underneath a lake. Every now and again a package finds its way to us, but few have been as wonderful as these homemade Star Wars holiday cards from artist Patrick McQuade. Not only is each a visual delight, each contains a perfectly awful pun on the inside. Thanks, Patrick. You made our day. See more pictures after the break.

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