(1) Toshiba SD-6000 1080p HD Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI out, DivX playback and HDMI Cable
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If you're like us, we're very sad for you, because that means you
can't afford an HDTV. But if you're one of the millions of Americans
who are better than us, you already have one. Gosh, it sure must be
wonderful to see things in high def. I bet some days you even get an
extra bowl of gruel, and maybe an orange at Christmas. What a life you
But it must be frustrating to watch those old
dvd's in what they're calling "old def". Wouldn't you like to see them
in an upscaled format? The solution is easy. You could either hire
orphans to act out your favorite scenes, or you could get this
refurbished Toshiba SD-6000 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI Cable.
Our Toshiba is made to take regular 480p content and make it into 720p or 1080p, so it looks great on you HD TV. It handles DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, SVCD, DivX, CD-R, CD-RW, MP3, WMA, JPEG,
and it would probably make an egg into one of those McMuffin shaped
patties, even though that would void your warranty on both the player
and the egg.
We've also heard that people like you have
sound systems, just for their televisions. That is amazing to us. We
huddle around a little speaker that buzzes a little. But the Toshiba
SD-6000 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI Cable is ready for Dolby Digital and DTS with its built in decoders.
There's a 192kHz/24-bit processor as well, to make that 3-D Surround
Sound happen smooth and quick. And those HD signals will move through
the included HDMI cable. You'll also have a
remote control, in case your butler has to take the night off to care
for his poor widowed mother. You're so kind to let him leave early.
if you're like us, all you can do is window shop, mostly to try and
distract yourself from the cold as you try to sell enough matches to
maybe get something eat and a warm corner to sleep in. But if you're
living pie-in-the-sky, this Toshiba SD-6000 1080p Upconverting DVD Player with HDMI Cable can only make your life better. And please, can't we come over to watch?
Warranty: 90 Days Woot Limited
The SD-6000 takes your existing DVDs to a new level with video
upconversion. You can take standard DVDs up to 1080p resolution via the
HDMI out: HDMI
is a convenient, single cable connection that provides uncompressed
digital video and multi-channel audio to your home theater components. AN HDMI cable is included
Multiple formats: This player is compatible with DVD, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, VCD, SVCD, DivX, CD-R/RW, MP3, WMA, and JPEG formats.
HD JPEG: This feature provides the ability to view megapixel images in their enhanced resolution when using the HDMI output and a compatible HD display device.
design: The new super slim (40mm) chassis height is combined with a
high gloss acrylic black panel, silver accents, an attractive accent
light, and a bright front display to complement most entertainment
Built-In Dolby Digital and DTS Decoder - With a built in 5.1 Dolby Digital and DTS
decoder, the SD-6000 reproduces surround sound fidelity and sonic
realism from your favorite movie soundtracks. It offers you the same
surround sound entertainment value you would come to expect from a
night out at the movies.
Full-Feature Remote Control - This
unit includes a full-feature remote control capable of executing
specific commands such as zoom, slow motion, fast scan, and
multi-camera angle. It's also able to execute every command from any
angle up to ±30�.
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(1) Olive Woot Tee
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Smell that freshness in the air? It's the subtle aroma of cherry
blossoms, mud, and--whoa, I guess the neighborhood cat lady has opened
her windows for the first time in months. Here comes Robin Redbreast.
Here come this year's crocuses. And here comes the springtime sun to
melt away another winter's worth of frozen urine from the alley behind
the corner bar.
There's no denying it: Spring has got
sprung like the protagonist of Sir Mix-a-Lot's greatest hit. And what
better season is there in which to spend some time with your buds? Ha!
Get it? "Buds?"
This shirt was designed by: thedansterwashere, finally answering that age-old question: Hey, where was the danster?
Wear this shirt: on Arbor Day, Tu B'Shvat, or Australia's National Tree Day.
Don't wear this shirt: if you don't want our peaches, honey.
This shirt tells the world: "Being green is not nearly so difficult as we've been led to believe."
We call this color: Green Olive Tree, Fair, And Of Goodly Fruit
3X - M: 14" x 16.77"
S-WS: 10.5" x 12.57"
First blossoms of spring The more you drink, the better The flowers will look
Those hearty reds got you
through the winter. Hunkered down in the cold, you wrapped their heavy,
comforting flavors around you like a bearskin sleeping bag. They warmed
your insides and delivered a smackdown on Jack Frost. But what now,
with spring here? The sun's staying out longer. Tiny, tentative shoots
of green are on the trees. The Chicago Cubs have not yet been
eliminated from World Series contention. Isn't it time for something a
little lighter - lighter in color, lighter in flavor, lighter in
The sparrow returns Spirals with joy through the air Is it drunk, or what?
Let Epiphany hop on down your
bunny trail. Hippity, hoppity, exquisite springtime flavor's on its
way. Winemaker Eli Parker, who has overseen winemaking at Fess Parker
Winery for years, started Epiphany to let him craft small lots of more
esoteric offerings than usually appear under the Fess Parker label.
This diverse trio has one thing in common: all three possess a
sparkling, refreshing quality perfect for springtime. OK, and they're
all made from grapes. And they all come in bottles. So that's three
things they have in common.
Dig, little chipmunk Unearth the nuts you hid - wait: Do chipmunks do that?
There's the distinctive
Epiphany 2006 "Inspiration", a white blend of Roussanne, Marsanne,
Viognier, and Grenache Blanc. It entices nostril and tongue alike with
notes of Asian pear, jasmine, apricot, guava, nectarine, honeydew,
beeswax, and vanilla. There's the Epiphany 2006 Rodney's Vineyard
Grenache Rose, with aromatics as beautiful as its lovely deep-pink
color. Strawberry, cherry, watermelon...if wine was Jolly Ranchers, it'd
taste like this. And there's also the Epiphany 2006 Goodchild Vineyard
Pinot Gris. In January, its brightly acidic flavors of light citrus,
melon, apricot, and pear would have seemed a cruel mockery. But the
March palate is only too ready for it. And with reason: the 2004 and
2005 vintages both scored 90 points from Wine Enthusiast.
I've had just about Enough of this winter crap You know what I mean?
So as you emerge, dazed and
starving, from your igloo, reach for this Epiphany three-pack. These
wines glisten like sunshine on snowmelt, soar like a kite in the March
breeze, and surprise like an over-the-hill free-agent pitcher who wins
a spot in the rotation.
Walking in a glade Of young violets, I had Three Epiphanies
Epiphany 2006 "Inspiration"
Vineyard Sources: 50% from Camp 4 Vineyard in Santa Ynez & 50% from Rodney's Vineyard in Santa Ynez.
Barrel Aging: 10 months in 1 year old & neutral barrels