Game Systems, By Hook or By Crook
Want games that unused gift cards  cannot buy?
Since lotteries don’t work , give this a try:
This week impressed us with an old-school heist .
So go to Flippid  for a spy device ,
A tiny camera , a cell-phone-scope ,
A Gerber knife  in case you lose all hope.
A solar charger  might do you a favor.
For longer waits, an ashtray  and a shaver .
A TomTom map  to lay out all your plans.
Cab-tracking  helps head off delivery vans.
But all your best-laid plans you just might botch
If you fail to synchronize your watch .
Since risks of getting caught are rather great,
The best way to get games is simply: wait .
 Better Use That Best Buy Gift Card Soon
 Amazon Wii and PS3 Lottery Results
 Nerdy Felons Steal $190k in Microchips
 Flippid Matches Gear With Geeks, Free
 Spion Orbitor Electronic Listening Device for the Devious
 Secret Agent Man
 Release Your Inner Peeping Tom With A Cellphone Telescope
 Badassery: Gerber Hinderer Rescue Knife
 Solar Power in Her Purse
 Thank You For Smoking…At Your Desk
 Brando Adds Electric Shaver To Its List Of USB Products
 TomTom Releases New MapMaps
 NYC Cabs Getting TV and Location Tracking
 JLr7: For People l33t3r Than You
 Discount PS3s On The Horizon (If You’re OK with Refurbs)
Editor’s note: We at CrunchGear think our readers deserve something a little more than just a bland rundown of last week’s announcements, rumors, product launches and reviews. So on Monday mornings we’ve enlisted the help of Philipp Goedicke to write our recaps to complement Bryce Durbin’s illustrations. Fans of National Public Radio’s weekly news quiz show “Wait, Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” will recognize Philipp’s name as the writer of the show’s Limerick Challenge. He has a gift for rhymes that he’s agreed to use for evil to create a little tech poetry for your enjoyment. It’s new and different (just like good technology) and we hope you like it. For more on Mr. Goedicke, please check out his blog, Facetiae. –Josh Goldman