Boy, look at you. You think you're really something, don't you,
fancy-pants? You think you're up there on some cloud looking down on
the rest of us, sitting on a throne of cashmere and caviar, cutting
farts that smell like fresh-baked cookies. Oh, you're too good for any
old digital camera. No, you'd never sully your pristine hands with some
run-of-the-mill pixel-pusher. Your camera has to be special. Just like you, specialkins.
Heads will roll if you cannot have a touchscreen LCD,
ISO 1600 high-sensitivity support, and a 28mm wide-angle lens! Let the
vulgar mob be dazzled by mere megapixel count. You demand more, and
your demands must be catered to. Most people don't even hope for a
camera that can record 800×592 video, and zoom while it's doing it.
Commoners like us, well, somehow we get by without being able to
capture stills from our videos and save them as pictures, much less
isolate specific parts of our videos and save them as separate clips.
But you, you act like you're entitled to such luxuries. Why? Because
you're one of the beautiful people, darling. And beautiful people do not take ugly pictures.
And just to maintain the level of craven, toadying fealty to which you've become accustomed, we your humble servants will include a free 60" Kraft Tech tripod, a camera bag, and a 2GB Dane-Elec SD Card with every camera. Does this meet your approval, O Master? Or shall we send footmen to your home, bearing it on a gilded livery?
Leave the low-rent cameras for the great unwashed. Your marble countertops and manicured hedges will go nicely with the Samsung L74W 7.2MP
Black Wide Angle Digital Camera. When you're off to the country club
for another afternoon of tennis, champagne, and berating the help, no
common camera will do. Mustn't look common in front of your haute-monde
silver-spoon pals, right? Just make sure you don't tell them what you
actually paid for it.
Samsung L74W Warranty: 1 Year Samsung
Kraft Tech Tripod Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty
Dane-Elec 2gb SD Card Warranty: 5 Year Dane-Elec
Dane-Elec 2GB SD Card Features:
2 Gigabytes of non-volatile memory
Write protection switch
Data transfer rate of 66x or 10MB per second
Asymmetrically shaped to ensure the card is not inserted upside down
8 Pin connection
Operating voltage - 2.7 to 3.3 volts
Kraft Tech 60 inch Tripod Features:
60 inch tripod, 23 inch folded
2 way photo/video pan head
Quick-release leg locks
No slip rubber feet
Quick release plate
Samsung L74W Features:
28mm wide angle lens with 3.6x optical zoom
Record movies at SVGA quality (800×592) and zoom up to 3.6x at the same time
camera movie editing, allows you to take a specific part of a movie and
save it in another file. Also, capture still images from movies
3.0" color touch screen LCD
World Tour Guide, has useful travel information from around the world
Face Detection AF & AE automatically focuses on faces for portrait photos
Advanced Shake Reduction reduces the effect of camera shake in low light conditions.
Automatic ISO 1600 high sensitivity support, adjusts light sensitivity depending on your setting
Red eye fix function on camera
Wise Shot, takes a shot using both ASR and Flash simultaneously. It then compares the results and gives you the better picture of the two.
From <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talos">Talos</a> to those ridiculous new OMACs over at DC Comics,
the deadly robot guardian has always been at the side of man. Sadly,
it's very hard to print on the side of man, so you're going to have to
settle for the front. Even still, you'll find this robot just as
deadly. So tell us the truth, if this was in a styrofoam box, you'd be
going crazy for it, maybe <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XE9-7caTZg">stabbing complete strangers</a> or beating up old ladies who looked like <a href="http://www.abevigoda.com/">Abe Vigoda</a> in an attempt to get one for yourself. So why wouldn't you buy the shirt? Maybe if you do... he'll kill you last.
This shirt was designed by: <a href="http://www.mpsindustries.com/">Matthew Schuster MPS Industries</a>. Building the future from bits of the past, and threatening your tomorrows with yesterday! He also has a <a href="http://mpschuster.livejournal.com/">livejournal</a> and understands the need for a spare head. Especially a smiley one.
Don't wear this shirt:
if you can't handle having your fists shoot off from coolness.
Seriously, when your mom goes crazy and sues the company and we can't
have cool stuff because you're a crybaby the whole world will give you
a beatdown for the rest of your life. We did it before in the late
Seventie's and we are completely prepared do it again.
This shirt tells the world: "I am my own Robosapien. And I have a sword."
We call this color:
Automated Secret Policeman Having A Laser Torso! See, Matthew, that
would have been funnier if you'd picked a different color but NOOOOOOOO
3X - M: 14.75" x 19.17"
S-WS: 11.06" x 14.37"
Color(s): - Pantone Black C - White - 2935 C - 485 C - 1235 C - 628 C
(1) Robert Craig 2004 Mt. Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Description: (click show to see it)
Flatlanders fear them. Hill
folk don't understand them or their mysterious ways. Many an intrepid
wine explorer has been lost searching for them, never to return -
perhaps by choice? Legend has it that they fertilize their vineyards
with bear manure and suckle their babies on pure Cabernet. They are the
mountain vintners, and those who have been fortunate enough to taste
their wines esteem them above all other earthly pleasures.
the summit of Mt. Veeder comes this rarest of nectars, the Robert Craig
2004 Mt. Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. In their 26-acre
mountain redoubt of sandstone and blue slate, with elevation changes up
to 400 feet, this mysterious tribe turns their arcane wisdom into
superlative wines, one small yield at a time. The mountain vintner
fights wildlife and wild weather to craft wines as powerful and complex
as the mountain's stormy microclimates. This Robert Craig Cab is a
museum-quality example of mountain winemaking. The flavors are pure,
the tannins ripe. While black cherry and cassis strike the dominant
notes, the aroma is also laced with a cedar quality redolent of the
mountain air. Licorice, cocoa, and bay leaf color the black cherry and
cassis on the palate. And there's no mistaking the Mt. Veeder pedigree
of that characteristically long, lingering finish.
lore disagrees about the origins of this wine. Some tell of a "Cabernet
pioneer" named Robert Craig. This possibly mythical figure planted
Cabernet vines at an elevation of 1800 feet on Mt. Veeder, sometime in
the distant, misty past, perhaps as long ago as 1990 AD. Others insist
that it was made by dwarves, mixed with melted ice from meteorites,
tempered with phlogiston, and left to age in a dragonskin cask. No one
can say what the true story is. But we can say why Robert Craig wines,
and indeed the entire Mt. Veeder appellation, are so eagerly sought by
lovers of ultra-premium reds: because they're flavorful, graceful,
supple, and inviting. The Robert Craig 2004 Mt. Veeder Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon will take your breath away like a high-altitude
hike. And that's no myth.
Robert Craig 2004 Mt. Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Blend 92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc
Only 1665 cases produced
Harvest dates: September 21 -October 30
Average sugar: 25.7�
Brix TA: .56
Alcohol: 14.9% Barrel
Aging 20 months in Chateau-style French oak, 75% new and 25%