(1) Kyocera Bluetooth Portable HandsFree Car Kit TXCKT10085/92
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The Wrong Tom Richards: Yeah, hello?
Debt Collector: Tom Richards?
The Wrong Tom Richards: Yes, this is Tom, but I think I know what this is about, and -
Debt Collector: Why haven't you paid your bills, Tom?
The Wrong Tom Richards: Is this about the $147.92 from Crate & Barrel? Because if it is, I'm not the Tom Richards you're looking for. We've been through this before.
Debt Collector: Stop lying, Tom. Give me your credit card number right now.
The Wrong Tom Richards: I'm telling you, you're looking for a different Tom Richards! I used to see him listed in the phone book, I think he lived over on Mariposa Boulevard -
Debt Collector: Why are you lying, Tom? Is this how you treat everyone you owe money to? Give me your credit card number right now. That's the only way you can stop these calls.
The Wrong Tom Richards: What social security number do you have down for me? Does it end in 4121?
Debt Collector: You know it doesn't, Tom.
The Wrong Tom Richards: Then it's not me!
Debt Collector: Stop lying and pay your bills, Tom.
The Wrong Tom Richards: You're with CrediPay Systems, right? What's your name and badge number?
Debt Collector: Mr. Denny, badge number 52474. But you shouldn't be worried about that. You should worry about paying your bills.
The Wrong Tom Richards: You know, Mr. Denny, when you eventually find the right Tom Richards and you get your commission for collecting the debt, you oughtta spend it on a Kyocera Bluetooth Portable HandsFree Car Kit. It makes it easy and safe to take calls on your Bluetooth phone while you're driving. You don't even have to touch the phone to answer or end calls. It's really convenient. As a matter of fact, I'm talking on one right now.
Debt Collector: I don't care, Tom. I care about getting this debt paid. Stop changing the subject. I need that credit card number immediately. Now. Right now.
The Wrong Tom Richards: No, I don't think so. I'll tell you how we can handle this, though. I'm pulling up outside the CrediPay call center right now. I can wait out here for you - when do you get off, like six? - and convince you in person that I'm not the Tom Richards you're looking for. I could even follow you home and we can take care of it there, if you want. I don't have my social-security card with me, but I do have my Driver's License. Oh, and my concealed-carry permit.
Debt Collector: I see...
The Wrong Tom Richards: Or we can forget all that and you can make sure your bloodsucking little loan-sharking outfit never calls me again. What do you say?
Debt Collector: I think this concludes our business. Thank you for using CrediPay Systems.
Warranty: 90 days
You can move this Plug-n-Play car kit to multiple vehicles without any installation costs.
Works with any Bluetooth enabled cell phone.
Full duplex, natural speech, with the enclosed external mic, typically mounted on the sun visor.
Automatic answering function for incoming calls, which can be deactived if preferred.
A 90 degree tilt plug in adapter allows for use in more vehicle cigarette lighter jacks.
One touch button allows you to answer and end calls.
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The Golden State has a lot in common with Europe's Boot: balmy
Mediterranean climes, gorgeous beaches ringed by rugged mountains,
vine-covered hillsides, Rice-A-Roni. As far as we know, Mandolina
producers Louis Lucas and Royce Lewellen aren't Italian, nor is
winemaker Dan Gehrs. But through some diabolical feat of geographical
legerdemain, they've transformed their Santa Barbara County vineyards
into an outpost of the Italian Republic. And they plant their flag with
these four interpretations of classic Italian styles.
wines are every bit as bright and resonant as their namesake stringed
instrument. The Mandolina 2002 Toccata salutes the classic blends of
Tuscany, with a splash of Bourdeaux varieties to keep things
contemporary. As smooth and spicy as a habanero milkshake, it dances a
wild tarantella to the rhythm of wild strawberry, black currant, red
raspberry, black cherry, and violet. Its favorite partner?
Mediterranean cuisine - what else?
A quintessential Northern
Italian grape transplanted to Californian soil, the Mandolina 2002
Nebbiolo fits in just fine in its adopted homeland. But most immigrants
aren't this soft and chewy. And even fewer offer tempting aromas of
dried cherries, rose water, plum jame, and sweet clove. Welcome home,
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The third and final red in
our quartet, the Mandolina 2005 Sangiovese, is part of a rising tide of
Sangiovese comin' outta Cali. It's easy to see what's the hubbub, bub:
characteristic Sangi aromas of wild strawberry, tea, and leather mingle
with flavors of wild cherry and anise in a passionate opera of the
senses. Unlike regular operas, you can dress however you want to
experience this one.
And then there was uno: the
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we can't all afford villas in Tuscany. And if we could, it would be
too crowded. But these Mandolina wines are authentic enough to make you
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