At least, if you’re a Republican. Senate candidate Andy Martin says the free encyclopedia is actually “a tax-exempt protosocialist scam that seeks to harass Republicans, conservatives and Obama opponents.” He’s actually suing the site for fraud. He goes on to say that both Wikipedia and Wikimedia are “anti-conservative, anti-Republican and anti-Obama opponent smear operations.” This all coming from someone who still doesn’t believe the president is a U.S. citizen. Gee, I wonder why this nutjob is losing so badly at the polls so far.
Looking for something cute to poop on? How about Hello Kitty toilet paper?
These Zip-A-Gang toys are tons of fun. They all feature cool zippers on their mouths and the giant back pack versions can be undone to unveil a stylin’ sleeping bag.
If you’re a big fan of Star Wars, you may enjoy these re-envisioned storm trooper toys.
But perhaps you’re more of a Sponge Bob fan. There were two to choose from this year, regular or Lego.
I don’t even know what this guy is from, but his huge inflatable booth presence was impossible to ignore.
Personally, I’m a big fan of Wolverine, and the life-sized wax sculpture didn’t disappoint.
All weekend long, fans flocked around this giant Transformer statue. It was pretty impressive at a massive 10+ feet.
This Lord Voldermort statue was also massively impressive.
Boba Fett also looked pretty scary. No M.C. Chris songs for this big guy.
Lastly, but not least(ly), was the famed Dalek from Dr. Who at the BBC booth.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke