And for the nitpickers, yes, the power cord is European, not American. But it's still clever.
What do you think of the iron?
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To me it does look cool. May be I am catching the "Men In Black fever".( Not to be confused with " Bieber Fever" which I never will catch.)Avengers
"Nobody here thought Battleship was worth the investment," says a leading agent. "No stars, an [intellectual property] play that made no sense, and nobody thought the script was good."
The moment the Ardor left Trevigall orbit Myrmidon dispatched his most loyal minion to track the Alliance of Five down and eliminate them. That’s what’s generally believed. The Vanadi dissenters, as Lord Phan suspected, weren’t going to back down very easily, and the scary part was that Myrmidon himself was only a vice-monitor. The Ardor was headed for the world Mollwan, the second largest in the Vanadi sector, to conference with the faction’s leaders themselves, and Myrmidon’s task was to ensure they didn’t make it. He couldn’t achieve this goal with something so crass as an explosion placed aboard the Ardor for two reasons: one, the Alliance of Five was resourceful enough to discover the devise and disable it, and two, he was still a gentleman, despite indications to the contrary. He saw the Alliance for what it was, a noble effort to unite the void in harmony that would eventually corrupt and thusly cause more harm than good. All that talk about elemental chaos was simply a front.
Coming this year to Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios, you'll have the opportunity to relive the famous carbon freezing scene from The Empire Strikes Back with the "Carbon-Freeze Me" experience. This new experience was created especially for Disney Parks, and is part of our "D-Tech Me" line that uses technology to take personalization to a whole new level.Here's a video that shows what the experience is like.
Using state-of-the-art imaging technology, this experience casts your likeness as a three-dimensional, eight-inch figurine. At the "Carbon Freezing Chamber" (located adjacent to The American Idol Experience), several cameras will capture multiple angles of your face. The images are then reconstructed in a computer for processing, and, in approximately four weeks, the completed figurine is shipped directly to your house.
Each carbonite figurine is $99.95 (plus shipping). You can order additional figurines using the same image scan for $74.95 each. The replica figurine can be hung on a wall, just like the gangster Jabba the Hutt did in Return of the Jedi. Guests also receive a light-up wristband.