Monday, May 24, 2010

Lulu's Greyhawk Grognard Birthday Sale!

Yes! You read correctly! For just the next two days, if you put in code ROADTRIP305, you will get 20% off your order, up to a maximum of $50, in honor of my birthday tomorrow, and my wife's birthday today! Wasn't that great of Lulu.com?

What good is that, you ask? Why, you could use that to buy any number of really awesome OSR games, modules, and supplements! Stuff like:
And much, much, much, much more!

Buy their stuff! Now's you're chance! 20% off! What are you still doing here!? Their prices are INSAAAAAAAAANE!!

UPDATE: For those unfortunate enough not to have grown up in the New York metropolitan area in the 1970's and 80's, I give you a sampling of the manic genius that is the Crazy Eddie commercials. (The store eventually went out of business, the founder arrested for fraud. But the commercials shall live on forever.)

9 comments:

Michael Curtis said...

Thank you for that long overdue reminder of "Crazy Eddie," who will most likely only be recognized by the few grognards who once dwelled in the tri-state area.

Joseph said...

The inside joke shared by a million people is the best kind.

jaerdaph said...

Happy Birthday to both you and your wife!

I remember Crazy Eddie from my childhood watching WPIX. :)

Daen Ral Worldbuilder said...

For some reason, way over in Western PA, we got WPIX (it was channel 13 from our cable provider) - I remember Crazy Eddie well...

So, anyway, happy birthday to you and your wife.

JDJarvis said...

His insanity extended beyond the tri-state area. We got WPIX on Cable in the Merrimack valley in the 80's.

R. Lawrence Blake said...

Don't forget "Crazy Webby" at the beginning of the Howard the Duck movie. :P

Lilaxe said...

"Fraud" is being kind :)
I used to work at a store owned by Crazy Eddie.
Happy birthdays all around - mine is today as well!

JoetheLawyer said...

Happy bday! Mine was May 23, and this discount just pushed me over the edge to buy a few things for myself for my bday. :)

JoetheLawyer said...

And I used to love Crazy Eddie back in the day. :)