Knight Rider: The Complete Series
All The Hoff You Can Handle
Between your obsessions with Baywatch, Baywatch Nights, and your signed (and framed) copy of his hit German single, “Looking For Freedom,” it’s safe to say that when it comes to The Hoff, you’re a fan. So how can you not own your very own copy of Knight Rider: The Complete Series ($71.00)? It’s simple: you should. Get all four complete seasons of this classic TV show that electrified the airwaves from 1982-86, starring Michael Knight and KITT, his suped-up sports car with artificial intelligence and a heart of gold. Plop down on the couch and watch all 12 discs—right after you watch The Hoff on Britain’s Got Talent, obvi.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak
These days, it certainly seems as though anyone affiliated with Apple has a license to print his own money (you know the feeling). But Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (aka “Woz”) has actually gone a step further and really is printing and selling his own money in Pads of $2 Bills. Guess iPads aren’t the only “pads” making money. According to Woz, his homegrown stacks meet the specs of the US government, and are technically legal tender.
So you can get arrested for passing the bills, but you can’t be convicted for using them(again, you know the feeling). According to Woz, the Secret Service approved his funny money three times, one time even after reading him his Miranda Rights. But again, it’s perfectly legal tender. Interested? Woz sells sheets of four $2 bills (perforated for your convenience) for $5. Sounds like a sound investment to us.
Plantronics Backbeat Go | Wireless Headphones
For Those Who Can’t Be Tied Down
There’s a reason you hoard vehicles (i.e. your Ducati Streetfighter 848, Snow Cycle, and Lamborghini Tractor) like a fat kid hoards Nutter Butters—your indignant insistence on never being tied down. So perhaps you’ll enjoy the freedom of the Plantronics Backbeat Go Wireless Headphones ($100). These freedom-loving wireless earbuds are small and lightweight, but they pack some serious stereo sound. Bluetooth technology makes it easy to connect to smartphones or tablets and skip seamlessly between music, movies and calls. Plus its inline controls let you skip tracks, adjust volume and take calls with the push of a button. Roam free for up to 4.5 hours at a time. That should be enough time to get you to the Fortress of Solitude and back.