(1) Samsung S1050 10.1MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom and 3" LCD
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we are, man, there ain't even an edge. There's just a sliver that you
can barely stand on. But when you're standing on it, you look totally
cool. Out here people only listen to bands like <a href="http://www.myspace.com/mgmt">MGMT</a> and <a href="http://myspace.com/theteenagers">The Teenagers</a>. They're already putting Kucinich stickers on new MacBook Airs. And they wouldn't be seen without a Samsung S1050 10.1MP Digital Camera.
Nobody here is getting rich, man. We're getting art. We're getting
tomorrow. We're plucking the future from the trees like ripe bananas
and saying "Here, the past, here is your banana of genius, now peel it
and taste and watch out for tarantulas". That's what 10.1 megapixels
and a shutter speed of up to 1/2000 of a second will do for you. It'll
make you better like you were some Frankenstein of Man Ray and Annie
You know that great burger joint tucked away in
the lobby of a Manhattan hotel? Or the secret car museum at the top of
a certain Vegas parking garage? Or the exclusive bar hidden in the
middle of Disneyland? With your Samsung S1050 10.1MP
Digital Camera you can make a video to prove you were there. 800×592
and 20 frames a second is enough to make your MySpace friends jealous,
but it's got four resolutions too. You can make AVI MPEG-4 movies all day. Then everyone will know about the secrets. From you.
Advanced Shake Reduction? They were playing in Atlanta before the Samsung S1050 10.1MP
Digital Camera ever came up with the idea to allow picture taking in
low ambient light situations. It makes pictures sharper but I really
miss the original lineup. I think they went on to be The Faint but I
don't know, I don't listen to anything by the time it makes the charts.
I just use the S1050's recording feature
when I see anything new, you know, before they get signed. You get up
to ten hours of audio and there's 50MB of internal memory built right
in. I heard this great accordionist playing something called
"pirate-style drum n' bass" last week, in a field behind a
slaughterhouse in the middle of St. Louis. I'll make you a copy, it's
gonna change dance music forever, there's nothing like it, nothing at
all. ARRWHAAAAMOOOchopchopchop ARRWHAAAAMOOOchopchopchop it was
crazy stuff, you're gonna love it.
The Samsung S1050 10.1MP Digital Camera has something called "Wise Shot" that takes two photos in rapid succession, one with ASR
and one with the flash. Then you can pick which photo you like. Plus
dedicated modes for tricky situations, like "Children", which helps you
avoid blur, and is great to get a shot of your best friend throwing up.
When he gets his novel done you'll get good money for that. And there's
sepia tone, artistic black and white, you can trim and resize and do
lots of stuff on the 3.0 inch TFT LCD screen.
You think the Samsung S1050 10.1MP
Digital Camera is too big? Big is the new pocket-size! The swing is the
other way, man, it's already started. In five years we'll be rolling
around stereos in carts, playing vinyl and reel to reel. Get on the now
jet, man, we're off to the trans-atlantic jamboree!
grab a Secure Digital Card too, because it takes them, but one is not
included. Hey, who said the edge didn't come with a cost?
Cast Upon The Gentle Winds Of Fate $6.66 + $0 shipping -or- $5 expedited shipping
(1) Random Woot Tee
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Due to demand, overnighted shirts will arrive no later than Wednesday.
Destiny! It works in mysterious ways. Remember that time you ordered
spaghetti and got lasagna and then wrote an angry blog post that got
noticed by the BBC and led to media
attention which got you a script deal that resulted in your becoming a
millionaire? It's just like that only with shirts.
before you order. The Woot Tee, constructed by American Apparel,
follows their classic closer-fitting style. If you prefer a baggier
look, order a larger size. If there is not a larger size, consider
starting a belly-hanging-out trend.
(2) 2004 Rock Hollow Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon
(2) 2005 Rock Hollow Central Coast Merlot
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Winemakers like those at Rock Hollow are experts at a lot of things.
They understand what it takes to coax first-rate fruit from the
California Central Coast soil. They know how to use a combination of
stainless steel and oak fermentation to produce a bright, rich
Chardonnay. They're privy to the kind of oenic arcana that bestows the
power to produce superlative reds like this Merlot and Cabernet
But they're not too good at predicting the future.
thought they had sure-fire hotcakes with these three varietals. One sip
of each, and they were convinced. How could the public resist? How
could they turn their palates away from such a ripe Cab, a smooth
Merlot, a crisp Chardonnay? This would be the biggest sellout since
Iggy Pop licensed "Lust for Life" to that cruiseship commercial.
Immediately, they started printing up rain checks for the disappointed
customers who would miss out, and buying sunglasses through which the
Rock Hollow folks could safely view their blinding future.
maybe their magic 8-ball had blown a fuse. Maybe their I Ching was
mistranslated. Maybe their goat had particularly illegible entrails.
Whatever the reason, they estimated wrong. All those bottles stubbornly
refused to find good homes. But what were they going to do? Stay up all
night writing furious letters of denunciation to the editors of wine
magazines, charging them with complicity in a global conspiracy to
suppress Rock Hollow? Of course. But then what?
you come in. Rock Hollow's bad guess is your good fortune. The surfeit
of unmoved product lets us feature a solid six-pack of Rock Hollow
wines for the scandalously low price of fifty bucks shipped, give or
take a penny. Don't let the price tag trick you into thinking this is
some cheapo fortified Kool-Aid they siphoned out of the gutter at the
Italian Festival. Hesitate, and some other guy'll swoop in and buy it
out from under you, some guy who understands that wine from vineyards
like Kingsley, Firestone, and Paso Robles would be a steal at twice the
From the shiny pear and apple bouquet to the
refresing melon, guava, and citrus flavors to the lingering mineral
notes in the finish, the Rock Hollow 2006 Chardonnay is a symphony in
sunshine. The ripe cherry, cassis, plum, and spice character of the
Rock Hollow 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon brings a plump, jolly mood to any
special occasion (except maybe a funeral). Don't want none unless it's
got silky tannins, hon? Then back up to the Rock Hollow 2005 Merlot,
which positively reeks of sugar and spice and everything nice.
make our living on other people's mistakes: they have too much of
something that you guys want, so we bring it to you cheap. The
value-for-money equation of this Rock Hollow Sextet is so extreme,
our calculators exploded. Thank Quetzalcoatl they bottled too much of
it. If more people made mistakes like this, we could finally afford
central heating in the restrooms around here.
2006 Chardonnay Central Coast
TA 8.3 gm/L
Vineyard sources: Firestone and Kingsley Vineyard
Stainless fermented with 20% having been oak aged with French Oak
1800 cases bottled in April 2007
2006 Chardonnay begins with a bright bouquet of pear and golden apple
with accents of lemon zest and caramel. Crisp flavors of melon, guava,
honey and citrus unfold across a rich, balanced texture. The finish is
long and clean, with lingering mineral nuances.
2004 Cabernet Sauvignon Central Coast
TA 6.9 gm/L
Vineyard Sources: Paso Robles
21 months aging in barrel, combination of both French oak and American oak
1750 cases bottled in July of 2006
The 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon offers ripe aromas of cherry and cassis with
accents of black licorice. The mouthfeel is round and seamless, with
flavors of black cherry, plum, coffee and mocha. A long, even finish
reveals fine tannins with a hint of spice.
2005 Merlot Central Coast
TA 7.4 gm/L
Vineyard Sources: Firestone, Camp 4, Kingsley and Hammond
19 months aging in barrel in a combination of French oak and American oak
2000 cases bottled in April of 2007
aromas in the 2005 Merlot are those of sandalwood, a hint of tobacco
and briary red fruits. There is also sweet vanilla spice that shows as
the wine opens. The soft entry is followed by smooth silky tannins. The
overall structure is one that will keep the flavors lingering and the