(1) Epson V100 Photo Perfection Flatbed Color Scanner
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Well listen up, people 'cause it's understood
That the Epson V100 scans things real good
It scans photos and documents and film and slides
And you can lift up the lid to scan stuff that's wide
Like for example, I scanned a little statuette
Of Gilbert du Motier, marquis de La Fayette
I bought it at the Monticello souvenir store
But then I recently decided I don't want it no more
And how'm I gonna get someone to buy it from me
If there's no pic online that they can see?
But most stuff I scan is much more flat
Like my artwork, receipts, and stuff like that
I couldn't scan photo slides before; it was whack
But this scanner can, plus it works with a Mac
Or Windows, if Windows is more your style
The V100 doesn't care because it's versatile
So this Epson is the scanner that I'd recommend
To my cash-strapped, scanner-needing online friends
It's a decent piece of hardware, as you can see
And if you're part of this Woot community
Then for 24 hours, no less, no more
You get an extra <a href="http://www.epson.com/cgi-bin/Store/Landing/Woot24HourSale.jsp?ref=r0302VUb5L">tenth off at the EpsonStore</a>
Warranty: 90 Day Epson
High-rise lid opens to 180 degrees for scanning large objects and also allows 3D objects (up to 25mm thick) with the lid closed
Automatic scanning of photos and documents (Scan, Copy, E-mail and PDF)
3200×9600 dpi scanning resolution
Included film holder for 4 35mm mounted slides, or 6 negative frames
Restore faded, under exposed and dusty images
USB 2.0 interface
IBM® compatible PC with Pentium® II 450 MHz or higher processor
USB 1.1 - Windows 98SE, 2000 Professional, Me, XP Home Edition/XP Professional, XP Professional x64 Edition
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 - Windows 2000 Professional, XP Home Edition/XP Professional, XP Professional x64 Edition
128MB RAM (256MB recommended), 350MB of available hard drive space minimum, CD-ROM drive (4x or faster), available USB connection (Hi-Speed USB 2.0 recommend for optimum performance)
PowerPC® G3 400 MHz or Intel-based CPU
USB 1.1 - Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 - Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later
128MB RAM (256 MB recommended), 735MB hard disk space minimum, CD-ROM drive (4x or faster), available USB connection
Flatbed color image scanner</li>
Color Epson Matrix CCD - Line Sensor</li>
He was just a simple slice of bread, traveling with his loaf to
start a new life in the place they called "The Wild West". They caught
up to his wagon just outside of Kansas. Kid Marmalade. Jesse Jam. Pat
Butter and Layer O'Cheese. They took everything he had. Crumbled up his
family and left them for dead. Only he wasn't finished with them yet.
he lay there on his back in the hot sun, that simple slice of bread
pledged he would find those men and take revenge, making sure that no
one would ever again suffer as he suffered. It was by will alone that
he managed to flip over on his belly and drag himself to the Indian
village, and by the time he passed out, he was something he never
expected to be. Something dark and versatile and hard on both sides.
Something that could thrive in any climate, from breakfast to tea, from
spaghetti to egg salad, from the first day of a supermodel's crash
Hollywood diet to the final bite in the largest dinner of the most
No one knew who he was. All that mattered was who he became.
This shirt was designed by: David Szebenyi aka <a href="http://aman.fw.hu/">Aman</a>.
He's Hungarian, like Jamie Lee Curtis, Tony Curtis, and that guy Curtis
who runs the gas station out by Route 17. Man, that Curtis sure can
make himself a mess of Hideg meggyleves, mmm MMM!
Wear this shirt: when you want your significant other to pop the question. Nothing is more exciting than watching someone propose a toast.
Don't wear this shirt: in place of a parachute while attempting your very first HALO jump. Other than that, it would probably work anywhere.
This shirt tells the world: "Change might be hard, but sometimes it makes you a little better."
We call this color: In Another Life, Perhaps I Was Someone Named... Brown. But That Someone Is Gone Forever. I'm All That's Left.
3X - M: 11.5" x 15.22"
S - WS: 8.62" x 11.41"
Pantone Color(s): - Black C - 1545 C - 464 C - 139 C - 131 C
They'd all told me about the warm California climate, but once I
made it out to the Golden State, the weather felt awful chilly for an
Okie on the bum like me. The kids threw rocks in Bakersfield, the
sheriffs swung clubs in Barstow, and Los Angeles? Well, the less said
the better, but I got scars that could tell you stories. The railroad
bulls were chasing me around the trainyard when I scrambled into a
boxcar for safety, and who should I meet there but Abilene Slim? I
never before or since seen a bindlestiff who could stay fat on cold
beans once a day, but Abilene done it, with pounds to spare.
"Where you off to, Abilene?"
"Same place as this train, I reckon."
Abilene's idea of a joke. "And where's that?"
"Up around Lodi. Around the Sacramento River delta. Mighty pretty country. There's work, too. Gonna pick grapes."
Me, I'd rather pick a guitar than a grape. But conversation's conversation. "That right? Not a grape-eater myself."
"Oh, you don't eat these grapes. You drink 'em. They make wine from 'em, heard tell."
Well, that perked me right up. Grapes is one thing; wine is another, better thing. "That so? What sort?"
sorts. Lodi grapes show up in just about every California wine you can
think of, and lots more besides. Me, I'm partial to the Peltier Station
2005 Petite Sirah myself. I appreciate the complex, yet fruit-forward
style, that intense berry flavor laced with caramel, pepper, and
My mouth was watering just thinking about it. The
train jerked into life and started chuffing down the track. So long,
city of angels, been good to know ya. "What about the body? And the
"Full body. Long finish. One bottle I had, I took
a swig just outside Modesto, and honest to Pete, I was still tasting it
when we rolled into Fresno."
Even figgering Abilene Slim's
tendency to tell his tales tall, that Peltier Station 2005 Petite Sirah
sounded like the kind of tipple a man could wrap his tongue around. "I
think I might just head up to Lodi myself, you don't mind the comp'ny."
"Not a bit," Abilene replied, and started to drift off to sleep. We're bound for that glorious Peltier Station 2005 Petite Sirah, I thought as the train chunkled along. That wine was made for you and me.
Peltier Station 2005 Petite Sirah Lodi
Petite Sirah grapes, fermemneted in whole clusters
Acid: 3.76 pH
Brix: 25.8 degrees at harvest
Harvest Date: October 16th, 2005
Fermentation: two weeks at a constant 80 degrees F
Best of class, best of appellation at the 2006 and 2007 California State Fair