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Emailed to Miami: Canterbury of New Zealand Shorts Outfitting the punishing world of rugby with beastily technical match gear since 1904, Down Under's Canterbury has expanded their non-competition line with a plethora of casual shorts, bringing clever fabrics and scrum-proof stitching to garments to keep you from having a scrummy crotch. Prep for summer here
Emailed to Nation: Super Mario Warp Socks Plunge your feet into these acrylic/nylon dress socks designed to resemble warp pipes from the 8-bit classic -- just be careful to insert your foot between strikes of the man-eating plant. Skip straight to level 8 here
Emailed to New York: Highdeas Like a Digg for spliffy insights, just-launched Highdeas lets readers vote up or down every profundity submitted by other users, basically gathering all those ideas into the world's most ingenious...high-archy. See if your idea's the chronic here
Emailed to Las Vegas: $25 Rooms at the Sahara The venerable Sahara may be cheaper now than in 1952, with room rates for the next three months hovering right around $25 a night, leaving you plenty of cash to go medium-pimping at their $3 blackjack tables. The hotel also boasts a 70mph roller coaster called "Speed", whose loops'll leave you so dizzy, you'll swear you saw that guy from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Get out of town cheap right here
Emailed to Chicago: Texts From Last Night Started by a couple of Midwestern dudes, TFLN is a repository to semi-anonymously (area-code only) post your most intimate texting action for all the interweb to see, ranging from the self-reflective ("I need to shower the guilt off of my thighs") and useful ("Dont touch anything! You just got rid of your crabs!"), to the hopelessly romantic ("Where did you get a picture of my penis?"). LOL right here