Two-Hulk Halloween

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Hulk smash puny trick-or-treaters!

Alek says:

After wasps and bats, I thought you might get a chuckle out of this. A guy was selling a giant Hulk inflatable on eBay and asked permission to use the images from my site. After thanking him for being polite enough to ask (my stuff is scraped all the time), we chatted a bit and I ended up buying it. The shipping cost was half of the sale price! So Hulk's long-lost twin brother is up for Halloween.
While the Hulk Brothers aren't controllable, everything else on the crazy Halloween display is using X10 powerline control technology ... plus there are three live webcams to keep an eye on all of the action.

While the site is totally free, over $18,000 has been raised via voluntary contributions for Celiac Research at the University of Maryland.

Alek's sons have celiac disease (a gluten intollerance), so consider donating a few bucks to help find a cure so when they grow up, they can go out for a beer and pizza with their old man. Link

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  1. You have to love guys like this that put on a fun show for kids young and old. It may sound corny but this guy seems to be for real and it is cool that he has raised so much to help cure his kids disease. I checked out his cause and decided to make a donation.

  2. “While the Hulk Brothers aren’t controllable, everything else on the crazy Halloween display is using X10 powerline control technology … plus there are three live webcams to keep an eye on all of the action.”

    Wasn’t this debunked as a hoax driven by a clever Perl script a couple years ago?

  3. I think it’s greta that he’s doing that…I’m also wheat intolerant, and it would sure be nice to have garlic bread again someday.

  4. VintageCaveman: Two Hulks barely fit on my balcony … so not sure where I would put a third. But yea, this is the warmup for Christmas and three Hulk’s would be SMASHING! ;-)

    Steamboat/Jennifer: Thanks for your kind words and donation to help find a cure for Celiac Disease.

    MDHatter: Nope, not me – that was Carson Williams from Ohio who did the awesome job of synchronizing lights to music.

    Zan: Good memory – yes, the code is written in Perl
    100% simulation/hoax from 2002-2004.
    %100 real from 2005 on – technology improved!
    Ditto the $18,000 raised so far for Celiac Research.

    Alek (the Puny Human with the Hulk’in Holiday display)

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