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VISIT US IN REAL LIFE: HICKOREE'S FLOOR TWO

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SOLMATE SOCKS
"Dawn" Socks
$19.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Salt & Pepper / Beige Socks
$18.00
PROPER MAGAZINE
Issue 14, The Footwork Issue
60% OFF
$5.60 (was $14.00)
MOOD MAGAZINE
Issue 5
60% OFF
$6.40 (was $16.00)
THE HILL-SIDE
Two Camos Pin-Back Buttons
$7.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Three Stripes Iron-On Patches
$12.00
LAW MAGAZINE
13, Issue 3
60% OFF
$8.00 (was $20.00)
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Red 02
$12.00
SOLMATE SOCKS
"Luna" Socks
$19.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Charcoal / Salt & Pepper Socks
$18.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Three Camos Iron-On Patches
$12.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Three Windowpanes Iron-On Patches
$12.00
PROPER MAGAZINE
Issue 13, Beneath The Beach The Street
60% OFF
$5.60 (was $14.00)
THE HILL-SIDE
Two Florals Pin-Back Buttons
$7.00
TAIT DESIGN CO.
Turbo Flyer, Green
$18.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Four Chambrays Pin-Back Buttons
$7.00
MOOD MAGAZINE
Issue 4
60% OFF
$6.40 (was $16.00)
TAIT DESIGN CO.
Turbo Flyer, Black
$18.00
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Green 02
$12.00
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Blue 02
$12.00
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Black 03
$12.00
TAIT DESIGN CO.
Turbo Flyer, Red
$18.00
SIDE PROJECT JERKY
"Mongolian" Beef Jerky
$9.00
SIDE PROJECT JERKY
"Southwestern" Beef Jerky
$9.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Black / Brown Socks
$18.00
THE HILL-SIDE
Green / Charcoal Socks
$18.00
TAIT DESIGN CO.
Turbo Flyer, Blue
$18.00
MIKAEL KENNEDY
Polaroid Vitae Vol. I: October 14, 1979
60% OFF
$7.20 (was $18.00)
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Kraft 01
$12.00
HICKOREE'S
Hickoree's Journal Standard Notebook
60% OFF
$1.60 (was $4.00)
THE HILL-SIDE
Brown / Red Socks
$18.00
SOLMATE SOCKS
"Cosmos" Socks
$19.00
MOOD MAGAZINE
Issue 3
60% OFF
$6.40 (was $16.00)
PUBLIC-SUPPLY
Notebook, Black 01
$12.00

Astronaut Ice Cream, Neapolitan

This is the classic Neapolitan (strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate) freeze-dried ice cream treat.

In 1962, Whirlpool Corporation won NASA's contract to design food and waste systems for Project Gemini, the second human spaceflight mission in America. Over ten flights, Gemini developed techniques for extended space travel, later to be implemented in the Apollo missions to the moon.

It was for these missions that Whirlpool developed Astronaut Ice Cream, freeze-dried slices of Neapolitan ice cream. There is some disagreement as to whether or not the astronauts actually eat this stuff in outer space (it was strangely unpopular among astronauts in the '60s, and by the '70s the Skylab space station was advanced enough to have a refrigerator, which held "real" ice cream) . . . but one thing is indisputable: it's delicious.

- Made in USA

$4.00