Only a handful of great discoveries have advanced mankind in the quest
to evolve further. The match. The wheel. The ottoman. The fishbowl. The
cheese fry. Yet perhaps the greatest of these is the Chill Buster
Portable Heating Blanket. The Chill Buster allows us the free movement
of the wild, savage cougar-infested outdoors, only with the warm,
snuggly up-to-120-degree protection that, until now, was only available
to the joey of the rare Arctic Circle Kangaroo. With a lightweight
12-volt battery designed to meet the rigid specifications of the
Ancient Egyptian Pharaonic Wiring Code, the enclosed grid of
lightweight mesh keeps an even distribution of heat running across your
body, recreating the feeling of watching Brad Pitt make out with
Angelina Jolie. When fully charged, the Chill Buster Portable Heating
Blanket will provide up to three hours of heating time, meaning that
you can be happy the whole time you are becoming late for work. With
the Chill Buster Portable Heating Blanket you can finally find the time
to enjoy the outdoors and get back to the way our ancestors lived life:
running from starving ice-cold cougars who cannot afford to buy their
own electric blankets.
Warranty: One year manufacturer
The 12 volt rechargeable integrated system provided quick recharging capability for hours and hours of portable heated comfort.
The "Blizzard Proof" nylon shell is weather resistant and windproof.
The "Comfort Plus Polar Fleece" inner lining distributes the heat for total head-to-toe warmth.
The comfort design is stadium and airline friendly. At a mere 15" X 9" X 10". Chillbuster can travel with you anywhere and with anything you will need to simple charge and go!
The "Roll and Stow" design allows you to pack Chillbuster for adventure or storage in just three easy steps.
Built-In Pockets and arm bands are designed inside to provide secure and direct heat for cold hands and arms.
self contained. Chillbuster comes with everything you will need to
charge up at home or operate in your car and it all packs inside it's
own removeable compartment.
You can choose either the over-the-shoulder or back pack style option for carrying your Chillbuster and both are adjustable.
Here's how it works.
The heat is generated from a light weight 12 volt rechargeable battery.
power is channeled through a sealed connector to the blanket. Within
the blanket, there is an extensive grid of lightweight resistance wire
which warms and creates up to 120 degrees of heat which is evenly
The insulated blanket is protected with a water resistant and windproof nylon outer shell which is fully removable.
When fully charged, the 12 volt power pack will provide heat for up to 3 hours.
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Host: OK, we're back with our bachelorette, Jordynne. Now, she gets to ask our bachelors one more question before she has to make her final choice. Ready, Jordynne? Fire away!
Jordynne: Bachelors, what beverage do you reach for after a hard day on the job?
Bachelor #1: Well, Jordynne, repossessing cars takes a lot out of you, even for a former all-county weightlifter like myself. It's not easy always having to be the tough guy, know'm'sayin'? So when I knock off, I like to elevate my tastes with a Seghesio 2004 Old Vine Zinfandel. The rich aromas of dark fruit are like a shot to the choppers with a pair of brass knucks, backed up by the muscle of some seriously burly fruit. The acidity is enticing, the tannins are supple, and the mouthfeel? Forget about it. Just the thing for taking the sting off after you had to play rough because some deadbeat got mouthy. Also, I'm the kind of guy eats a lot of beef, so the Seghesio 2004 Old Vine Zinfandel gets a lot of play at my place. I mean, why not, right? Past vintages of the Seghesio Old Vine Zin were good enough to place in the Wine Spectator Top 100, and Decanter magazine awarded the '04 a gold medal and the International Zinfandel Trophy. It was the only American wine that took home any silverware from that little tussle - not too shabby, you ask me. My buddy Ted Seghesio did good, real good.
Bachelor #2: I have a lot of time to think on my job, since I only have to raise the drawbridge twice a day. And it gets hot and cramped up in the nest, believe me. Bedtime's even worse - have you ever tried to sleep on an air mattress under the control desk in a drawbridge operator's booth? I thought not. At least I'm not paying rent. Anyway, I've found that Seghesio 2004 Rockpile Zinfandel helps pass those long, lonely hours away from any human contact. This is the kind of classic Northern Sonoma Zin that's kept the family in business since Edoardo Seghesio founded the winery in 1895. I mean, you can practically taste Seghesio's renowned, meticulous hand farming and cutting-edge viticultural techniques. I guess you could all this Rockpile Zin my best friend - not too many others are willing to stay up here in the nest for days at a time.
Bachelor #3: Um, like, I don't really have, like, what you might call a (finger-quotes) "job", you know? I just totally, like, make a little money, like, what they call, like (finger-quotes) "gold farming", but it's not, like, actual farming, you know? It means, like, playing video games online, like, all day and levelling my characters up to where they're like, totally bad-ass and have, like, all these bitchin' items? And then this, like, Korean dude totally buys the characters and, like, re-sells them to, like, other Korean dudes? So I can, like, drink wine, like, all day? It's like I don't ever, like, (finger-quotes) "get off work", but I'm also, like, always (finger-quotes) "off work", you know? So I totally slug off, like, a bottle or two of Seghesio 2006 Pinot Grigio while I play? It kinda smells like, like, apple crumble? With, like, some citrus and quince and, like, flowers, I guess? I guess you'd say it's, like, (finger-quotes) "broad" and (finger-quotes) "complex", you know? So, like, that's, like, totally, like, what I would drink if I had, like, a real (finger-quotes) "job", too, you know?
Host: Fantastic, fantastic! Well, Jordynne, you told us at the top of the show that you were looking for someone sensitive, intelligent, and social, with a good career and a wide range of interests. You've had a chance to quiz all of our bachelors, and you've heard their answers. Which one will you choose?
Jordynne: Wick, I think...I think...I think I have to choose all three of them! On the surface they seem like total idiots, but they have such great taste in wine!
Bachelors #1, #2, and #3: Thanks, Seghesio!
Seghesio 2004 Old Vine Zinfandel
Vineyard Locations: Old head-pruned vineyards in Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys.
Hand-Harvested: August 25 - September 10, 2004
Average Brix at Harvest: 26.5�
Fermentation Regime: 100% punch-down fermentation in open-top fermenters; total maceration (juice on skins) time ten days. The wine completed fermentation in barrel. * Barrel Regime: Barrel-aged 16 months in 75% French oak and 25% American oak
Food Affinities: Beef, pasta with red sauce, barbecue, spicy cuisine
Release Date: September 2006
Seghesio 2004 Rockpile Zinfandel
Vineyard Location: Dry Creek Valley atop Rockpile Ridge
Hand-Harvested: September 7, 2004
Average Brix at Harvest: 26.0�
Fermentation Regime: 100% in 6-ton open top stainless steel fermenters with punch-down maceration by hand
Barrel Regime: Barrel-aged 15 months in 50% French oak and 50%; 30% of the French barrels were new.
Total Production: 475 cases
Release Date: July 8, 2006
Seghesio 2006 Pinot Grigio
Vineyard Location: Estate vineyard: Keyhole Ranch in Russian River Valley
Hand-Harvested: September 13-October 2, 2006; in the early morning
Average Brix at Harvest: 23.4�
Fermentation Regime: 100% Stainless fermentation, left sur lees in tank until bottling to add depth and complexity
Food Affinities: Asian cuisine, shellfish, rich white meats, Gruyere-style cheeses.