(1) Netgear WG111t 108Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter
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Frankly, we have no insight to offer on this Netgear WG111T 108Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter. What do you say about a decent but not spectacular 802.11b/g USB
wireless dongle? So we're joined today by our good friend the
Deviant Anagram-Bot. He loves creating anagrams almost as much as he
loves his other, more unsavory interests. We'll let him explain a few
of the Netgear WG111T's key features in his inimitable style. Take it away, Deviant Anagram-Bot!
WEP Encryption: No Pint? Weep, Cry
We told you, Deviant Anagram-Bot: no more oatmeal stout until you're finished with these anagrams. Let's try another one.
Transfer Speeds Up To 108 Mbps: 108 Puppets Barf Dense Storms
that's a, er, colorful image. We don't see what it has to do with
wireless transfer speeds, but we suppose it's not as gross as 109
puppets barfing dense storms. Moving right along, how about...
Wireless USB Convenience: Concubine Elves In Sewers
we're not even going to ask about that one. You need help, Deviant
Anagram-Bot. You need help before you hurt someone. We're sure we're
going to regret this, but let's take a crack at another feature.
Compact and Easy to Install: A Stoned Maniac Calls, "Potty"
But enough about you, Deviant Anagram-Bot. Can you try to say just one informative, relevant thing about this Netgear USB dongle? Please?
Netgear USB Dongle: Gentle Abuser Do- click-whirrrrrr
OK, we've heard enough. We unplugged Deviant Anagram-Bot. Sorry,
folks. We'll try to get Deviant Anagram-Bot the intensive counselling
and medication he clearly needs. After this sickening display, we're
not ruling out a lobotomy.
Warranty: 90 days
Fast 108Mbps speeds for your desktop or notebook PC
Up to 10x faster than 802.11b
Up to 4x the range of 802.11b devices
Connects with USB 2.0 interface, enabling full transfer speed
Compact, pocket-sized design
Experience improved range above most Wi-Fi networks
Plug into external USB slot for wireless connectivity at home, office, or away
Compatible with existing 802.11b and 802.11g networks
Hardware-based 40/64-bit and 128-bit WEP encryption
Works with all standard 802.11g and 802.11b wireless routers and access points
Requires compatible Netgear 108Mbps router for 108Mbps speeds
Easy Setup via Smart Wizard Install Assistant
New Antenna technology allows wireless access at ranges greater than ever before
First Printing $10.00 + $0 shipping -or- $5 expedited shipping
(1) Asphalt Woot Tee
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In terrified whispers, certain Pacific Island peoples tell of an aquatic abomination that beggars the imagination and shrivels the bowels. They call it the Sea Chimp, and with every "yellow tide" of mangled banana peels, its improbable legend grows. We can only speculate on the unholy coupling that must've produced this adorably grotesque perversion of nature. All we know is, he's risen from the briny jungles with eight arms to hold us and a brain almost as advanced as our own (which, granted, isn't saying much).
This shirt was designed by: <a href="www.flickr.com/photos/goopymart">Goopymart</a>, a one-Guy design studio - literally: his name is Will Guy - specializing in bright, colorful lumpy things. A wide variety of goopy artwork is made for the delight and confusion of the world's population. He's even done some illustrations for Woot, but don't hold that against him.
Wear this shirt to: boldly affirm your support for inter-species marriage.
Don't wear this shirt to: a cryptozoology conference, unless you need a lot of new, very annoying friends.
This shirt tells the world: "When life gets you down, keep chasing that banana! This goes double if you're some kind of freakish half-octopus, half-chimp creature."
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,
Nebbiolo - you're one of us now.
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
only white in the bunch, the Mandolina 2006 Pinot Grigio. Wild strawberry and quince flavors illustrate that, like love, Mandolina's winemaking skills obey no color lines. It's at its best with light dishes like salads,
fruit, and cheese. And man, to really get wild, try it with a salad that includes fruit and cheese. It's, like, food pairing times infinity to the infinite power.
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
believe you're in l'Italia Bella itself, especially if you drink a couple of bottles in one sitting.