(1) SanDisk Sansa e260 4GB Media Player SDMX4-4096
(1) 10 Dollar Coupon for Shirt.Woot
Description: (click show to see it)
Don't get us wrong. We think it's great that you spend so much of
your disposable income on gadgetry, gizmoage, and other assorted
trivialities. Obviously, your bad habit has been very good for us. It's
what enables the lavish lifestyles to which we've grown accustomed.
These microwave chili dogs don't pay for themselves, you know.
frankly, some other areas of your life are crying out for attention and
funding. We're thinking of your wardrobe, especially that one shirt.
You know which one we mean. Sorry. Somebody had to say something. Now,
we know spending habits are hard to break. So, to ease your transition
from gadget hog to clothes horse, we're including a $10 shirt.woot
coupon code with every Sandisk Sansa e260 4GB Media Player you buy.
The tech-fixated circuits of your brain will be stimulated by the Sansa e260's 1.8" TFT screen and its wide range of video and audio playback capabilities, including MP3, WMA, AVI, ASF, MOV,
WMV, and more. Digital photo display, an FM tuner, and voice-recording
capability sweeten the deal. Just crank it up, lie back, and mainline
those 4 GB's worth of pure tech high. Feels good, huh? Feels real good.
Hard-core tech fiends (aka "Friends of Ogg Vorbis") can <a href="http://www.woot.com/Blog/BlogEntry.aspx?BlogEntryId=4554">add Rockbox to their Sansas</a> for a potent speedball cocktail of multimedia
Then, when you flutter back to Earth and
survey the wreckage of your life as an addict, start cleaning up the
mess with a breathtakingly beautiful, devastatingly hip tee from <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/">Shirt.Woot</a>. Just enter the coupon code ADOPTEE to get the day's featured shirt for free, or chip in $5 of your own and snare a shirt from <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/Blog/BlogEntry.aspx?BlogEntryId=4552">the current week's chart</a>,
featuring the shirt designs that survived our brutal weekly Reckoning
process. (Sorry, you can only use one coupon code per shirt order.)
Presto - you've got a replacement for that one shirt. You know which
one we mean. And if you don't see any Woot tees you like just yet, wait
awhile, or take action and vote for the shirts you'd like to see win <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/Derby/">this week's Derby</a>. Sooner or later, we're bound to offer something worthy of wrapping around your sweaty torso.
This is important, so we'll say it extra-dark: Coupons wll be activated later today, after you buy. You'll get an email letting you know yours is ready to use. In fact, this is so important, we'll say it extra-dark and slanty: Coupons wll be activated later today, after you buy. You'll get an email letting you know yours is ready to use. Hope you're getting the message. We'd hate to have to bust out the underlines.
you have it: our two-point program for satisfying both your circuitry
jones and society's standards of personal care. While you're staring
goggle-eyed at your new Sandisk Sansa e260, those around you will be
enriched by the sight of your stylish Shirt.Woot tee. And you'll never
again have any excuse for wearing that one shirt. You know which one we
It was hard to be a cartoon back then. They were closin' up shop
left and right. Sure, we'd all walk around whistling and waving at the
audience like we were just happy to be alive, but after hours everybody
was scared. If Lionel The Acromegalic Sparrow hadn't've fallen off that
cliff headfirst and opened up the vein of Technicolor, I don't know
what we'd've done. Thankfully Kosher The Pig already had an accountant
so we didn't make any mistakes. Without that help, we might've'nt been
able to keep Smiley Tree farm! Of course, Roosevelt confiscated the
whole thing in '42, when it turned out that Seebus was born in Japan.
That was the last time we saw him. Still think about the old gang
sometimes, though. We had some good years together.
This shirt was designed by: <a href="http://www.wanderingbert.com/">David Creighton-Pester</a>,
a New Zealand artist who comes from a family that has been annoying
Creightons since 1841. David personally prefers to use a large steel
pot and a copper spoon, which makes the Creighton jump up to thirteen
inches at a time! Well done, David!
Don't wear this shirt: if you're an astronaut. These things aren't pressurized, dude, you'll end up all Frank Poole up there.
This shirt tells the world: "Put in Dark Side Of The Moon and the second you see me, hit play. Trust me, it'll blow your mind."
We call this color:
He Starts Out On With A Baby But The Baby Gets Away And So He Chases It
And They Almost Get Hit By A Taxi But Don't And Then They End Up On A
Construction Site And The Baby Goes Up On A Pile Of Boards And They
Lift The Pile To The Very Top Of The Skyscraper So He Takes The
Elevator And He And The Baby Wind Up On A Girder And The Baby Goes Real
Close To The Edge And He Runs Out To Save The Baby But Misses And So
The Baby Gets Away While He Falls Off The Side Of The Building And
Lands In A Trough Of Wet Asphalt.
3X - M: 12" x 14.12"
S - WS: 9" x 10.59"
Pantone Color(s): - Black C - 313 C - 173 C - 361 C - 423 C - 421 C
(3) Iron Horse 2005 Cabernet Franc Alexander Valley
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Look out, world. Cabernet Franc has had enough of being pushed
around. It's sick and tired of watching more muscular wines like
Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot get all the attention. "You're just not
strong enough to carry a whole bottle on your own," everybody says.
"You might hurt yourself. Now be a good little grape and run along. The
big-boy grapes have work to do." But who do they come running to when
they need a little extra smoothness and spice in their blends? Huh?
today. Cab Franc won't play second grape this time. It's splashing into
the spotlight as the primary varietal in this blend, and it's gonna
show you it's got more to offer than a few lines in somebody else's
show. From hand-picking the grapes at the point of optimum maturity to
cold-soaking the grapes for a week, Iron Horse has taken special care
to give Cabernet Franc the spectacular stage it deserves. The result is
an uncommonly smooth, unusually rich red that'll take on any cuisine.
Braised lamb shank, prime rib, grilled mushrooms, charbroiled eggplant,
Old World cheddar - whatever you got, the richer, the better.
Don't worry. You won't hurt it. You can't
hurt it. Not when this Iron Horse 2005 Cabernet Franc flexes such
robust, supple aromas (blackberry, cigar box, dark figs, toasted oak)
and flavors (cherry, spice, sweet ripe fruit, berry jam). Of course
it's tough. It came up on the mean slopes of the T-Bar-T Ranch, a
rugged little bench some 800 feet off the Alexander Valley floor. Those
are the kinds of conditions that produce intense, luscious grapes. But
it's got a soft, smooth side, too. It's still a Cabernet Franc at heart.
you're still not comfortable with the idea of a Cabernet Franc in
charge. Maybe you think they're fine as a minor ingredient in a Cab
blend, but you wouldn't want your sister to marry one. Well, we suggest
you update your attitudes, pronto. Iron Horse didn't make much of this
2005 Cabernet Franc, and their contract with T-Bar-T has ended, so they
won't be making any more. Squirm and struggle and vacillate too long,
and the Iron Horse might just gallop right past you.
Iron Horse 2005 Cabernet Franc
78% Cabernet Franc, 16% Petit Verdot, 6% Cabernet Sauvignon
days of cold soaking. Cooler than typical fermentation. Last of the
fermentation was completed in French oak barrels allowing the frequent
stirring of tannin softening protein rich yeast.