(1) Gateway MT6840 Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz/1024mb/160gb/15.4" Notebook
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Happy Pi Day! And if you're really sad intelligent, you'll be racing to get that post at 1:59 pm (and 26 seconds)! You know what could make that easier? This Gateway MT6840 Notebook.
Sadly, even if you buy this Gateway MT6840 Notebook, it won't be at your house by this afternoon. Which is horrible, because the Intel® Core™ 2 Duo processor T2450 2.0 GHz with 2 MB L2 cache and 533 MHz FSB
would have completely changed your life. And we say that with a smile
because we know full well that anyone celebrating Pi Day buys about six
computers a year. But you still need a laptop for the kitchen, don't
Now let us turn to you, the person who feels left out.
You just want to come and buy a computer and not have to deal with all
this fancy math crap. What's wrong with us, neglecting your wants and
needs? Aren't you a fragile butterfly as well? Well, don't you worry
your antenna because today is the day that Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin
patented his famous creation that would later create a band that went
on to make sure classic rock stations would never run out of music. And
now that all those stations have websites, you can visit them on your
15.4-inch WXGA (1280 × 800) glossy display,
streaming each stolen guitar lick with the help of your 10/00 Ethernet
connection (or maybe the V.92 56K Modem, if you're old fashioned).
There's someone else who doesn't like math OR classic rock? What's
wrong with you, you strange person? Okay, then, maybe you'd like to
know that today in 1900 the Gold Standard Act was ratified. This helped
form a stable backbone for our economy for many years, and led to the
plot for the excellent movie Goldfinger. You could burn that movie to a
dvd with the built-in 8x Multi-Format Dual Layer DVDRW with DVD-RAM.
Or make CD-R or RW's of whatever it is you enjoy. Really, you don't
like classic rock at all? Not even Neil Young? Not even The Beatles?
now everybody's should be happy that we've... what? You too? You don't
care about any of that? Well, fine! Instead of talking about the 1024 MB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM or the 160 GB 5400 RPM SATA
hard drive or the pre-installed copy of Windows Vista Home Premium
we'll just tell you about some birthdays. Happy Birthday to Billy
Crystal (he's a comedian), Wolfgang Petersen (he did The Never Ending
Story), Quincy Jones (he produced Thriller) and Sir Michael Caine (he
was in Jaws 4).
Now surely, everyone is happy with this Gateway MT6840 Notebook. Right? Right? Good. Then it's the perfect time to mention it's a refurb. Gotta run, enjoy the sale!
First Place in Derby #33 (Lyrics Illustrated), with 805 votes!
may never understand what possessed respected singer-songwriter Harry
Nilsson to slap on the calypso blackface and record his pidgin-English
ode to traditional medicine. But radio programmers, K-Tel compilers,
and Quentin Tarantino are glad he did. Now this shirt distills his
message of hope into a powerful t-shirt, minus the soporific
cod-Caribbean groove and irritating funny voices.
This shirt was designed by: Shirt.Woot member Zeusandhera, who also won Derby #33. Oh, wait, that's this one.
Wear this shirt: when your stomach hurts. It won't help, but you have to wear something, right?
Don't wear this shirt: unless you know how to remove lime juice and coconut milk stains.
This shirt tells the world: "Well, the cat's in the cradle and the silver- whoops, sorry, wrong Harry."
We call this color: AM Classic Navy.
3X - M: 11.5" x 6.09"
S-WS: 8.62" x 4.56"
Pantone Color(s): - White - 364 C - 369 C - Cool Gray 5 C - 732 C - 4635 C
(1) Robert Craig 2004 Mt. Veeder Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
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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%