(1) Klipsch Quintet SL 5-piece Home Theater Speaker System
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The Klipsch Quintet SL 5-piece Home
Theater Speaker System is designed for the distinguished lover of
quality sound. Composed of one left, once center, and one right
speaker, as well as two satellite speakers for use as surrounds.
Klipsch uses the same cutting-edge technology that you find in
professional cinema products, and if you're reading this on Ebay you
should probably know that it is a stolen product description.
You see, this Klipsch Quintet SL 5-piece
Home Theater Speaker System is designed for the sort of person who
really worries about their sound. The magnetically shielded
Left/Center/Right speakers use 3.5-inch high-output woofers and
0.75-inch aluminum dome tweeters with an exclusive Tractrix® horn. This
means, pretty much, that the sort of person who boosts our copy won't
usually do more than skim it before they cut and paste. And do you
really want to trust someone like that with an auction? Especially for
a nice set of speakers like this?
Let's not forget the two
surround satellites. They've got 3.5-inch long-throw woofers, and a
0.75-inch aluminum dome tweeter that's coupled to a MicroTractrix™ Horn
for precise high frequencies that will make everything sound great.
We're not against people who want to make a buck, you understand, but
don't pass off our work as your own. That's just rude and
disrespectful. Also there's a pedestal foot for wall mounting or
bookshelf placement, and the black ash vinyl finish with titanium
accents will mix a sense of class with any room.
in the market for a new way to listen to your favorite sounds, you
should probably come visit us at woot.com instead of getting it from
this dude, who isn't even smart enough to proof the copy he stole. And
the best way to manage that is with the Klipsch Quintet SL 5-piece Home Theater Speaker System. You can rest assured that when it comes to our speakers, we know what's going on.
We know you love him, sweetheart. We love him, too. But we should've
known things would end up like this when he followed you home. The city
is no place for a dinosaur to live. A creature like that needs
wide-open space with plenty of room to romp and plenty of ferns to
munch on. We should've taken him right to the pound. We're just lucky
all poor Fido got was a scare and a shock. But we've got to find him a
better home before his long neck gets tangled up in something worse.
Next time, it might be a helicopter.
Wear this shirt: to remind your brontosaurus friends to keep an eye out for power lines.
Don't wear this shirt:
to advance your "electricity killed the dinosaurs" theory, or your
"capital punishment for dinosaurs!" campaign, or your "power lines are
a Communist plot" position, or any other flotsam rattling around in
that cracked pot you call a brain.
This shirt tells the world: "Now that's what I call high voltage! Like, because the power lines are up high! Get it? Get it?"
We call this color: Baby BluZZZZZT.
3X - M: 14" x 12.78"
S - WS: 10.5" x 9.58"
Pantone Color(s): - Black C - White - 646 C - 101 C - 4685 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.