Hi! It's great to see you, wow, you look so cool! Is that new? Did
you buy it just for tonight? Hahahaha, that's so funny! You're so
funny! I'm really glad that you... oh, yeah. That's my Sandisk Sansa e260
4GB Media Player. Mom said I had to bring him. Yeah, I guess he is
cute, a little. He basically fits in the palm of your hand. No, shut
up, doofus, she doesn't care about your 1.8" TFT color screen! Sorry, he's a refurb. He's always like this. You are a refurb, doofus! Shut up!
don't have a media player? Man, I envy you. I can't get away from my
Sandisk Sansa e260 4GB Media Player. I mean, it's so portable. It has
this titanium alloy on the back so it doesn't scratch much and it's
stronger than steel. Yeah, and... Stop playing with your backlight,
doofus! Stop! Stop or I'll hit you! No, I wasn't serious. I wouldn't
hit him. Not when you're around, anyway.
I guess, maybe. Maybe it's kinda cool to have a Sandisk Sansa e260 4GB Media Player. He does play JPEG and BMP and MP3 and WMA and WAV and AVI and MPEG and, man, I forget the whole list. It's probably in the <a href="http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/File/pdf/retail/Sansa_e200_UserManual.pdf">user's manual</a>. But before you can watch them you have to <a href="http://www.sandisk.com/driverdownload/download.asp?driverId=184">download this SanDisk Media Converter</a>
to actually load the videos. That bugs me. I think he just does that
for attention. He's got a built in FM radio, though. Sometimes we stay
up late and listen to Art Bell. Mom doesn't know about that, she'd say
it was too scary. But he loves all that alien stuff. And I'd murder any
alien that tried to kidnap him.
No, he's cool over there.
He's just using his built-in voice recorder. Yeah, really. He can
record from his radio, too. And he has USB 2.0
and that MicroSD card slot. No, you don't really need it, he's got 4
gigs built in, but it's good to have. Plus he's compatable with all
that PlaysForSure stuff, like, those digital music stores. I mean,
nobody in the whole world cares about the stupid WalMart Music
Downloads or MTV's Urge or whatever they call it. But I guess it's still there if he ever wants to use it.
maybe I'll get to see you again? Yeah, that'd be great. Hey, you don't
mind if my Sandisk Sansa e260 4GB Media Player comes along with us next
time too? I know, it's corny but... I kinda like the little guy.
Warranty: 90 days Woot
Sleek, thin design with large 1.8" TFT color screen for easy viewing
Simple to use, back-lit controls for fast device interface navigation
User replaceable and rechargeable Lithium Ion battery for up to 20 hours of battery life
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
you big nerd. Let's have it. Point out how the various items aren't
really to scale, how there's no way that cruise ship is six times
longer than that whale. Tattle about how we switched the shirt color
from the original yellow to cream, thereby squashing the artistic
freedom of a generation. Whine about how choosing multi-Derby winner
James Cho makes a mockery of the whole "Editors' Choice" idea. Whatever
makes you look big in front of your forum buddies. But get this: we
still run the show around here, see? It'd be a real shame if you
somehow got mixed up in a batch of t-shirt ink. We're just saying,
accidents happen. We're just saying.
This shirt was designed by:
the ubiquitous James "Diamond Jim" Cho, whose work has appeared more
often on Shirt.Woot than anyone else's. This time, it's our fault.
Wear this shirt: to plant subtle suggestions in the minds of potential mates.
Don't wear this shirt:
around the so-called "9/11 Truth" crowd, unless you're interested in
learning how there's no way structural steel could support a building
designed like that, and how eyewitness reports indicate that there must
have been at least three blue whales present that day, and how
suspicious it is that you don't see any Israelis in the picture.
This shirt tells the world: "Graphs can be fun! Right? Right? Anybody?"
We call this color: Comparisons 'n' Cream.
Placement: Lower Right Side
3X - M: 7.5" x 13.44"
S-WS: 5.62" x 10.08"
(1) Lucas & Lewellen 2004 Petite Sirah Santa Barbara County
(1) Lucas & Lewellen 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon Santa Barbara County
(1) Lucas & Lewellen 2003 Cabernet Franc Santa Barbara County
Description: (click show to see it)
Now, we've got nothing against the established, respected wine
critics and magazines. They've earned their reputations with
insightful, knowledgeable wine criticism. (At least, that's what the
guy at the liquor store tells us.) But sometimes a perspective from
outside the wine establishment can really help us reach a deeper
understanding of what a wine is all about. Here's what three
nontraditional wine authorities have to say about the wines in this
Lucas & Lewellen Three-Pack.
Phelps County Truck & Boat Trader, Sept. 23, 2006:
"FOR SALE: 2004 Petite Sirah, low miles, good cond., runs good. Santa Barbara AVA. Big mouthfeel, berry & anise flavors, smooth tannins. Ask about hand-punching. $26 OBO."
GrapeAura: The Journal of New Age Wine Studies, Feb. 2007:
"A beacon of spirit energy radiating throughout the universe and the
innerverse, Lucas & Lewellen 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon embodies
mind/body harmony in its multicultural blend of red varieties.
Black-currant nymphs and spicy oak satyrs cavort in a deep violet
forest, twirling to the mad symphony of existence. More renewing than a
crystal yoga colonic."
Alcohol is Murder!: The Official Newsletter of the Ladies' Temperance Anti-Pleasure League, Spring 2006:
"Perhaps most insidious is the poison known as Lucas & Lewellen
2003 Cabernet Franc. Where common ordinary rotgut warns away the timid
with noxiously toxic odors and flavors, this liquid seductress hides
its peril behind the enticing flavor of blackberry jam. Stout indeed
must be the soul who hopes to resist its lush, ripe, rich, dark,
flavorful, aromatic charms, especially when served with grilled duck or
there you have it. If you've learned as much as we have from this
little exercise, you still have absolutely no clue what this Lucas
& Lewellen Three-Pack is like. Guess you'll just have to taste it
Lucas & Lewellen 2004 Petite Sirah Santa Barbara County
Vineyard: Los Alamos
Composition: 100% Petite Sirah
Oak: 17 Months French Oak
Fermentation: Punch down
Bottled: March 2006
Production: 373 Cases
Release Date: August 2006
Lucas & Lewellen 2003 Cabernet Sauvignon Santa Barbara County
Vineyard: Valley View
Composition: 83% Cabernet Sauvignon
5% Merlot, 5% Cab Franc,
5% Petite Verdot, 2% Malbec
Oak: 14 Mo. French Oak
Fermentation: Open top hand punch
Bottled: June 2005
Production: 801 Cases
Release Date: January 2007
Lucas & Lewellen 2003 Cabernet Franc Santa Barbara County