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You Know Who's Excited About That Kidrobot Store? Erykah Badu. And Those Folks in Line.

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Like I wrote last week, Kidrobot's opening in Mockingbird Station this evening ... though it would appear the former Erica Wright has already paid a visit to the joint. The grand-opening fete kicks off at 6 p.m., and it's first come first served with one of those limited-edition golden art-toys, courtesy Huck Gee. From the looks of the Kidrobot blog, folks are already lining up for theirs -- seriously, that's quite the queue. A few of us are heading over shortly; slide show tomorrow, but of course. Till this evening, then, the shoppe's provided a video sneak preview of what appears to be a relatively tiny space; it's after the jump.

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