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  • Man in the Moon DVD & Official Digital Soundtrack Bundle
    Item #: BX32COMBO
    Get the Man in the Moon DVD and digital MP3 Soundtrack together for a special price.

    Please note the Soundtrack is a download. You will not receive a physical CD
    • $29.95
  • Man in the Moon T-Shirt and Official Digital Soundtrack Bundle
    Item #: BX34COMBO
    Get the Man in the Moon Digital MP3 Soundtrack and T-Shirt together for a special price. T-shirt designed by Glenn Beck himself!
    • $34.95
  • Man in the Moon Soundtrack  [Digital Download]
    Item #: BXDD122
    Man in the Moon Soundtrack [Digital Download]

    • MP3 album of the official musical score to Man in the Moon

    Please note this is a download. You will not receive a physical CD
    • $11.99
  • 1791 Man in the Moon Official Event T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT133
    The Official Limited Edition Man in the Moon Event T-Shirt.

    Made in the USA

    • $30.00
  • 1791 Topsy The Elephant Women's T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT129
    Thomas Edison, "The Wizard of Menlo Park," was a vigorous proponent for direct current (DC) power distribution—a technology in which he was a patent holder. George Westinghouse, an American entrepreneur, had licensed Nikola Tesla's alternating current (AC) technology, and argued that it was superior to Edison's DC power. The two visionaries engaged in a bitter competition that would come to be known as the War of Currents.

    Edison was so determined to discredit alternating current that he devised a public display to demonstrate how dangerous it was. In 1903, Edison sent 6,600 volts of AC through Topsy, a condemned circus elephant, in front of a crowd of onlookers. Topsy died "without a trumpet or groan."

    This bizarre story illustrates what happens when competition and innovation—both good in and of themselves—become more important than moral integrity. In a time when technology advances at breakneck speeds, it is vital to consider the implications that technological progress will have on human kind.

    Made in the USA

    Tri-Blend (50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon) construction. Machine washable.

    • $30.00
  • 1791 Topsy The Elephant T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT125
    Thomas Edison, "The Wizard of Menlo Park," was a vigorous proponent for direct current (DC) power distribution—a technology in which he was a patent holder. George Westinghouse, an American entrepreneur, had licensed Nikola Tesla's alternating current (AC) technology, and argued that it was superior to Edison's DC power. The two visionaries engaged in a bitter competition that would come to be known as the War of Currents.

    Edison was so determined to discredit alternating current that he devised a public display to demonstrate how dangerous it was. In 1903, Edison sent 6,600 volts of AC through Topsy, a condemned circus elephant, in front of a crowd of onlookers. Topsy died "without a trumpet or groan."

    This bizarre story illustrates what happens when competition and innovation—both good in and of themselves—become more important than moral integrity. In a time when technology advances at breakneck speeds, it is vital to consider the implications that technological progress will have on human kind.

    Made in the USA

    Tri-Blend (50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon) construction. Machine washable.

    • $30.00