hey woot when i come 2 ur site i xpect a certain level of
profesionalism n so things like refurbished philips dvdr3390 dvd
recorders upset me when i see them
sure it lets u make plus
and minus r and rw but i can already do that on my alienware pc that i
got for my birthday and anyway if i didn't i'd use some of the money my
uncle gave me since i don't got nothing 2 spend it on cause i don't pay
maybe if u sold some comic books or something i'd b
in2 it but who would need something like this when they could just walk
downstairs and use the good one mom and dad have or maybe the other one
out in the cabana for parties
oh plus i did research and
found that the philips dvdr3390 dvd recorder uses that analog ntsc junk
2 get signals so the tv receiver part won't work after february 17th
2009 and u really should have told people that because it's not like
anyone reads those stupid writeups lol u have 2 much time on your hands
why don't u get a job and stop wasting your life and maybe sell
something that isn't a refurb with hdmi and optical audio cause the
philips dvdr3390 dvd recorder doesn't have either of those lol so lame
because the philips dvdr3390 dvd recorder handles dvd, svcd, video cd,
mp3, jpeg divx and uses smartalgo 2 ensure quality recordings that can
b played by any player u think people care about price because u ned 2
get over yourself if u do
woot if this is all ya'll can come up with your days r numbered trust me and date this comment
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In the box:
Philips DVDR3390 DVD Recorder
Composite Video Cable
CONSUMER ALERT: This television receiver has only an
analog broadcast tuner and will require a converter box after February
17, 2009 to receive over-the-air broadcasts with an antenna because of
the U.S.'s transition to digital broadcasting. Analog-only TVs should
continue to work as before with cable and satellite TV services, gaming
consoles, VCRs, DVD players, and similar products. For more
information, call the Federal Communications Commission at
1-888-225-5322 (TTY: 1-888-835-5322), or visit the commission's
digital-television Web site at: <a href="http://www.dtv.gov/">www.dtv.gov</a>.
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It's a grind, damn right it's a grind. Slaving away in the ice
quarry, your tail in hock to the company store, slowly dying from white
lung disease - it's a hard life. And all so Old Man Fairbanks can add
another diamond-topped waddling stick to his collection. But you mark
my words. One day we proletarian penguins are gonna say "We're cold as
hell and we're not gonna take it anymore!" We'll flap our mighty
winglets and throw the parasites off our backs. Then none of us'll ever
go without fish ever again.
This shirt was designed by: perennial Derby winner and noted penguin fancier James Cho.
Wear this shirt: next time you visit Antarctica with Robin Leach.
Don't wear this shirt:
if you're going to be hanging out with Mr. Peanut. He might think
you're calling him a penguin, a mortal insult in peanut culture.
This shirt tells the world: "The rich get richer, and the cold get colder."
We call this color: Baby Blue Ice.
3X - M: 12" x 9.65"
S-WS: 9" x 7.23"
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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