Steve:(fires gun: KKKKKKKKRR!!) Nice! You get that one?
Lanny: Nah, forgot to turn the mic on. Reload and we'll take another shot.
Steve: Ha! "Another shot!" Good one -
Mr. Oberkfell: What the hell is going on here? Is that a gun? Did you bring a gun into my audio lab?
Steve: Yeah, well, we needed to optimize this new SteelSound 4H Professional Gaming Headset for in-game sounds like gunfire.
Lanny: We figured, you know, what better way?
Mr. Oberkfell: What - are you - have you lost-
Steve: No need to thank us, Mr. O. All in a day's work.
Mr. Oberkfell: But - you can't - it's incredibly -
Yeah, it's just our little way of maintaining the high standards and
attention to detail that SteelSound is known for. The plush, oversized
ear cushions, the retractable uni-directional mic, that full, resonant
in-game sound - a headset this great deserves painstaking audio
craftsmanship. Least we could do.
Mr. Oberkfell: OK, uh, sure, yeah. Hey, what are you shooting there?
Steve: Just a basic .40 Smith & Wesson, you know, nothing fancy.
Mr. Oberkfell: Mind if I have a look?
Sure, here you go. Go ahead, put your finger on the trigger, the
safety's on. Feels nice, huh? You ever handle one of these things befo-
Lanny: Hey, man, hey! Don't point that thing at us!
If you two lunatics don't get the hell out of here, I'll do more than
just point it. Go home. Now. Don't come back. We'll send your final
Warranty: One year
Lightweight gaming headset with XL-sized earcushions
Developed in cooperation with professional gamers
Retractable uni-directional microphone system
Volume control, featuring 3 microphone settings
Full-size earcups for maximum individual comfort
Strong and deep resonating in-game sound projection
0.2" SteelSound SunDancer(Sd) Units
Frequency response: 16 - 28.000 Hz
Impedance: 40 Ohm
SPL@ 1kHz, 1 Vrms: 110 dB
Cable length: 6 feet
Frequency response: 75 - 16.000 Hz
Pick up pattern: Uni-directional
Impedance: 2k Ohm
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Because we like holidays too, Overnight orders will arrive by 12/27.
2nd Place in Derby #21 (Winter), with 654 votes!
they met, it was as acorn and egg. They hit it off from the first. Soon
one of them had leaves and the other plumage. Then came the nest across
town, the transplant to the front yard, everybody knows what it's like.
Sometimes they didn't talk for months, just too busy to even say hi.
But they didn't have to be there to know they were still friends. They
The year there was a snowstorm was really bad
for both of them. All the leaves fell off early and the doctor said it
might be a root parasite. Some wildcat got into the nest and ruined
everything. The snow only made things seem lonely. It was cold and
there didn't seem to be anyone to listen.
They met up
totally by accident, almost didn't recognize each other. They laughed
about those extra branches and the fat winter belly. They talked about
the old times, Fledge and Sap, down by the old creek without a care in
the world. And after a while they just sort of listened to the snow
fall, nothing really left to say, just happy to have a good friend at
This shirt was designed by:
InitalSam, who previously designed Dependence Day, winner of Derby #20.
Our copy people have been finding his designs inspiring.
Wear this shirt: to remember that sometimes it's not what you have, it's the way that you have it.
Don't wear this shirt:
to sit under the tree and fingerpaint with your little nephew. He'll
just ruin it and it isn't worth the cost, no matter how hard he begs
you to... hey, you know what? Never mind. Go ahead.
This shirt tells the world: "Beauty doesn't always need a tag line."
We call this color: Silent White
Placement: Right Side
3X - M: 10.52" x 19.75"
S-WS: 7.89" x 14.81"
New Year's revelers: Place your Wine.woot winery order by Tuesday the 18th to ensure delivery in time for the 31st.
Look out, friends! It's the year two thousand and eight, hurtling straight atcha, and screaming that song called inevitability!
though it may be to believe, 2007's almost history. (How'd you do on
those resolutions? Rough-drafted that children's book of yours, we
assume? And you must know French pretty well by now, yeah? Non?)
We've got a few more rotations to make before we've finished up the
orbit, though. So why not do like the plowman says and take a cup o'
We can't think of many cups kinder than those
filled with either of the Mumm Napa offerings being featured this week.
For starters, take the Brut Prestige, Mumm's flagship sparkling wine.
nothing like a giant Magnum bottle of sparkling wine to help you make
an entrance at a New Year's party. Stride through the doorway with this
monster bottle in hand--or, if you slacked off on last year's
weightlifting resolution, maybe hire a Sherpa to help. Either way,
you'll get noticed, and all the other partygoers are going to want
their lips somewhere near it when it's time for the midnight
That bottle isn't just gigantic for dramatic
effect, though: The big 1.5 size actually compliments a sparkling wine.
On average, Magnums spend two more years on the yeast than 750s. You'll
taste the result in the form of softer flavor, more complex aromas and
smaller, more abundant bubbles--or, as we like to call them, little
Another bonus--drastically increased cork range. Pop!
ol' Brut Prestige won't arrive at your home solo, though: He's bringin'
his li'l' buddy the '05 Napa Valley Pinot Noir. Lest you think this
Pinot was just tossed into our Mumm-bundle, take a look at its
pedigree. Sourced primarily from the Devaux Estate vineyard in the
Pinot-friendly Carneros Region, this stuff aged in French Oak barrels
for ten months under the supervision of Mumm winemaker Ludovic Dervin,
himself a veteran of two super-premium Pinot houses (Gary Farrell and
From your first look at its clear,
brilliant, ruby red color in your glass, to the last moments of its
long, silky finish, you'll be a fan. At least we think so. But let's
see--you like the aroma of wild red and black berries? Yeah? OK, but do
you like floral notes of violet and lilac? Yes? How do you feel about
structural crispness, or about any of these flavors: Raspberry and
strawberry? Licorice, cardamom and black truffle?
Oh, you like 'em? Well, then, we've got a feeling 2008's going to be off to a pretty good start for you, wine-wise.