(2) SanDisk Sansa m230 512MB Digital Audio Player with FM Tuner
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Shane and Sia Barbi. Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. Ann Landers and
Dear Abby. The mystique of twins is well known to the entire world.
They're perfect for a world that believes one is average and three is
too much. Just like our Sandisk m230 512mb MP3/FM Tuner Player 2-Pack.
Each Sandisk m230 512mb MP3/FM Tuner Player is lightweight and supports DRM-protected WMA, as well as Audible files and plain old MP3.
Great way to listen to your mix of the Pixies and The Breeders. Or what
about that Nelson album? Tegan & Sara? Blonde Redhead? You could
fit each and every one thanks to the 512 MB of memory. And load 'em up
quick with the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port.
Want to hear The Proclaimers? Just use the Digital FM Tuner with twenty preset stations. You'll get up to nineteen hours off one AAA battery (not included) which is like two 9.5 hour blocks joined together. You know, just to keep to the theme.
The Sandisk m230 512mb MP3/FM
Tuner Player is no iPod, true, but who wants to worry about getting
robbed by Reggie and Ronnie Kray while trying to enjoy some music? If
you can put up with the lack of expandability, you're fine.
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(1) Cream Woot Tee
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We used to think we hated crows. Always waking us up with their obnoxious morning caw! caw! caw!,
grossing us out when they picked at the dead animals in the road,
freaking us out when they gathered ominously in tree branches under the
gray sky. We can't say we were too sorry when the West Nile virus swept
through the neighborhood and cleared out the carrion-gulping,
Gestapo-clad vermin. Goodbye, ravens, see you nevermore.
after a few crow-free years, we saw a startling sight. A crow spread
its glossy wings and swooped from one tree to another, right in front
of our house. It seemed tentative, with none of the swagger that it
carried in its heyday. Maybe it was cautiously checking out the
neighborhood to see if the other birds would let it move in. Or maybe
the West Nile plague had taught it some humility. Anyway, our hearts
sprung. We realized we actually missed the loud, hateful things. Its
coal-black presence returned our street to a past we didn't know we'd
lost. It just seemed to make sense there, somehow - must be in our
Midwestern blood. Come back, crows. All is forgiven.
Besides, somebody needs to take these cocky blue jays down a peg.
This shirt was designed by: <a href="http://www.frenden.com/">Ray Frenden</a>,
a self-taught illustrator who makes a living drawing monsters and
robots. He can't believe it either. Pinch Frenden if you come across
him in the wild.
Wear this shirt: to frighten mice, frogs, insects, and beached fish.
Don't wear this shirt: if your name is Jim and you live in the South. Just to be on the safe side.
This shirt tells the world: "Mess with the crow, you get the beak."
We call this color: Caw-Caw-Cream.
Placement: Left Shoulder
3X - M: 13.2" x 19.75"
S-WS: 9.9" x 14.81"
Color(s): - Pantone Black C - 131 C - 1605 C - 4995 C - 5015 C
(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. It happens more often than you might think in this crazy business we call wine. 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, Hammond, Camp-4, 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 miscalculations: 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