Indeed, the world is full of ninja fanboys. They obsessively watch
Naruto and fantasize about embarking on a suicide mission someday for a
noble cause–like avenging their sworn enemies. Ever heard of the
shadowy assassin who attacked
an Apple store under cover of darkness by ramming his car through the
glass plate window? Actually, that’s old (read: stale) news but we were
trying to make a point.
Yes, points. This shuriken has more than a couple of them. Four
pointy edges total and a flash drive. The real attention grabber is
what’s seen above is a DIY project.
It’s also made of foam cored poster board. That means it’s non lethal
and can’t be used on genuine stealth missions. Still, don’t try throwing
this around once it’s in your possession. Someone might lose an eye.
Keep in mind, however, that this is not the first Shuriken USB ever made. An earlier Shuriken USB was featured here a couple years back. That was nice too and came in a fancy box, if you ever wanted to gift one.
If you plan on bringing these along when you travel, we suggest not.
Remember what happened to Steve Jobs when he tried to bring home
shurinkens after a Japan trip? Okay, so that’s being dismissed as an
ugly rumor, but knowing Steve he probably did try to bring home a