(1) Sandisk Sansa e270 6GB Media Player SDMX4-6144
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Unh, unh Here we go y'all This is what the streets sound like Laying it down in oh-seven That's right - drop!
You got a question, yo I got the answer Ask me "who's the boss?" yo it ain't Tony Danza Growing on you, incurable like cancer The Sandisk e270 Sansa Drop the crunk or the hyphy or the nerdcore or the grime Ask Billy Dee - works every time Six gigs, yo, fifteen hundred cuts You'll like it more than Mix-A-Lot likes big butts And I cannot lie - I was straight-up hooked On the Sandisk Sansa when I got a look At that one-point-eight inch TFT And the expandable flash memory Got me begging for another hit like a junkie Shaking that cup like an organ grinder's monkey You party like a pod star, keep it wanksta 'Cause it feels so empty without my Sansa
Unh, unh, yeah I ain't tired of using technology, nuh-uh MP3 history in the making, y'all What you know about that? And I'm out
Warranty: 90 days
Sleek, thin design with large 1.8" TFT color screen for easy viewing
Strong alloy metal casing provides excellent durability and scratch resistance
Simple to use, backlit controls for fast device interface navigation
User replaceable and rechargeable Lithium Ion battery for up to 20 hours of battery life (Battery Life Based on Continuous, Standard Playback, 128 Kb MP3 file)
Features microSD™ expansion slot for additional memory capacity
Supports SanDisk TrustedFlash and Gruvi content cards
Digital FM tuner*, on-the-fly FM recording*, and voice recording
No FM-tuner (and no FM-recording) is available in Europe
Supports Subscription Music Stores
Minimum System Requirements
Windows Media Player 10+
Intel Pentium class PC or higher
USB 2.0 port required for hi-speed transfer
Sansa e200 Series Player
Lithium Ion rechargeable battery
Quick Start Guide, CD with User Guide
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This quarter-buck raises more questions than it answers, and not only because it's incapable of speech. Is it in the process of being colored in, or fading away to blend in with its surroundings? If real deer were that good at camouflage, how would we know? Since this calls for at least eight colors when finished, are we technically violating our own six-color limit? And who does this deer think it is, anyway, staring at us like that? If we were the hunting type...
This shirt was designed by: St. Louis artist, DJ, and art teacher Barbara Cliffe, who evidently spends her time creating hella rad designs like this instead of setting up a proper web site for her work.
Wear this shirt to: the DMV, court, the food stamp office, the blood bank, or anywhere else you might have to sit around and wait for a while. Bring a set of fabric markers and hey, you got yourself a time-killing craft project.
Don't wear this shirt to: the annual nearsightedness support group hunting expedition. Unless you're, like, into getting shot.
(2) Saxon Brown 2004 Syrah, Parmelee-Hill "Camp Block" Sonoma Valley
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Can you really put a price on a person's soul? Maybe if you're the
Devil, but we're assuming you aren't. Can you really tally up the
(figurative) sweat and tears and passion and hope that go into a bottle
of wine, and put a dollar figure on that amount? Well, of course you
can. There has to be some number on the price tag for this superlative Syrah. But what
means a mere number?
Saxon Brown owner/winemaker Jeff
Gaffner's spirit won't fit in your spreadsheet. Your calculator can't
tell you anything meaningful about his Saxon Brown 2004 Syrah,
Parmelee-Hill "Camp Block" Sonoma Valley. Saxon Brown doesn't emphasize
gentle handling, slow fermentations, and lengthy aging because some
accountant told them do - they do it because they're winemakers, and
that's the way to make wine. No offense meant to accountants, of
course. But nobody pairs their filet mignon with a really good Form 8-K.
by Steve and Gwen Hill in the red loam of the Camp Block parcel of
Parmelee-Hill vineyard in Sonoma Valley, these Syrah grapes knew
nothing of balance sheets and accounts payable. And you'll forget all
about such mundanities when you get a load of their dense color and
catch a whiff of their lively aromatics. A scent-stew of violets, black
cherry, mocha, cigar tobacco, brown spice, and refined oak carry
through to the rich, well-structured palate. The resplendent finish is
like a long nap on a satin pillow full of duckling down. Money? What's
So this two-pack runs a little higher than the usual
Wine.Woot offering. Big deal. Would you really rather have an extra
five or ten bucks than the transcendent experience of this Saxon Brown
2004 Syrah? Believe us, Jeff Gaffner put a lot more than fifty bucks'
worth of love and craft and obsessive detail into these two bottles.
Buy it or don't - but don't decide based on trivial fiduciary concerns.
Just this once, let your soul have the credit card.
2004 Syrah, Parmelee-Hill "Camp Block" Sonoma Valley
Planted in 1996 in south west Sonoma Valley, is owned and farmed by
Steve Hill and his wife Gwen. This is the same Steve Hill who manages
the famed Durell Vineyard, right next door. The fruit for this
block-designate wine is from the Camp Block, a 1.5 acre parcel that
sits on the edge of a hill near the family's camp site. Here, the
Durell selection is planted on S04 Rootstock in clay loam (red/brown) soils.
As with all Saxon Brown wines, we emphasize gentle handling and slow
fermentations followed by lengthy aging to promote wines of elegance
and longevity. We harvested our Parmelee-Hill "Camp Block" Syrah at
about 25.5 Brix in the cool early morning hours. The must was cold
soaked/extracted for three days, yeasted with a low rate of yeast "for
slow fermentation" and pressed to barrel after 14 days. The wine was
barreled down cloudy in new and one-year-old French oak barrels. After
completion of malolactic fermentation, the wine was racked off the lees
and returned back to the same barrels for an additional 10 months.