(1) Pioneer Inno2BK Portable XM Satellite Radio & 1GB MP3 Player
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THE LIFES OF PIONEERS
by Justin Ward
Mss. Rivera's History Class
pionear times the life of a Pioneer was very hard. A famliy in Pionear
days had to dig there house out of the mud and bewear of animals,
Indians, bears, and, Tornados. And also there food came out of the mud
also. Or else they shot a animal and ate it. Life was hard. There
cloths itched also.
But it was not all hard times there was
fun that they had too, for instince playing with ants, singing country
songs like "Froggy Cracked Corn" and listning to there Pioneer inno2bk
Portable XM Satellite Radios too. Theese
radios has an XM receiver that worked in a home or a car or a waggon.
And they could record and save XM radio shows theirself in the 1GB
storage space. The Pionears had to pay for XM radio ascriptions and
times were tough, howvere they could <a href="http://www.xmradio.com/shop/subscriptions.xmc">add new radios for just seven dolrars per month apeece</a>. And the pionears did get to listen to MLB games so it made the pioneer times easier. In the summertimes especialy.
it turned into the 1900's all the Pionears got dissintarry and died
which is why there are no Pioneers today. But they did a lot four our
country and all the countries in the World.
again, I have to fail your paper. It's too short, it's full of
misspellings and mistaken information, and has nothing to do with the
topic I assigned ("How Did The American Financial System Help Cause the
Great Depression?"). Are you sure you belong in 11th grade? - Ms. Rivera
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1gb of storage space allows you to record programming from over 170 XM channels (subscription required), and play MP3s or WMAs
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20 song tune select song/artist memory
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10 minute buffer
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(1) Cranberry Woot Tee
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It's Memorial Day Weekend and we're not working. All orders will ship Tuesday May 27th.
Good afternoon. I'm ACME Crimenet
spokesperson Rhett O'Rick, and I have a brief statement from the
director, after which I'm sorry to say I'm not at liberty to take any
Early this morning, Carmen Isabela Sandiego,
leader of a notorious international criminal organization, was
apprehended here in San Diego by Crimenet agents working with
information that had been provided to them by an elementary school
student from Wisconsin. The student's name is not being released at
this time, but I can tell you that she's a very bright young lady whose
parents reportedly do not let her play any quote, funner, unquote,
The arrest itself was fairly routine, and Ms.
Sandiego is now in custody at an undisclosed facility. I can't tell you
the location, but I can say that she's taking a book on rose gardening
with her, and hopes to climb Mount Hood.
Mr. O'Rick, Mr.
O'Rick! Given that so many of Carmen's underlings have proven totally
incompetent--and the fact that her name is actually "Sandiego"--how could
this case possibly have taken so long to solve?
Sorry, no further questions at this time. I'll have more information for you as soon as it becomes available.
shirt was designed by: intaglio. That's the designer's name,
"intaglio;" the shirt isn't an intaglio design. Well... OK, you could say
it's "an intaglio design," but only in the sense that "intaglio" is the
designer's username. This design will be screen-printed like all the
Wear this shirt: anywhere but San Diego, where you'll want the variant that says "here."
Don't wear this shirt: around kids who are playing WITWICS. Spoilers!
This shirt tells the world: "I knew it all along."
We call this color: Cranberry, Capital City Of The Commonwealth Of Australia.
3X - M: 11.5 " x 7.1"
S - WS: 8.62" x 5.32"
Here's that second Ty Caton deal we promised this week.
come to our attention that there remain a few holdouts among the
faithful, a few die-hards resisting the Ty Caton magic. Perhaps they're
just being contrarian. Perhaps they're simply the type to reflexively
revolt against the conventional wisdom, to turn up their stubborn noses
at all the critics, prize juries, and fellow wooters praising the Caton
name. Oh, well - if they want to deprive themselves, there's not much
we can do. We can lead a wooter to Ty Caton, but we can't make him or
Or maybe it's all about money. To paraphrase fugitive bon vivant Gale Snoats, we wouldn't be surprised if the source of their sales resistance weren't financial.
we get it. Even the fantastic Ty Caton bargain we offered earlier this
week presents a significant fiduciary hurdle for the Ty-curious. So we
invite the meek to bolt on the training wheels, strap on the training
bra, and take a tentative step into the Catonsphere with this Ty Caton
2005 Field Blend three-pack.
Field Blend is sorta like
TyTanium's little brother, so we're not surprised to see it tagging
along onto Wine.Woot. Springing from the same vineyard and bearing a
similar blend as the renowned TyTanium, the Field Blend packs a TyTanic
punch at a TyghTwad price. Like America, it draws strength from its
melting-pot composition. Deep, rich color...a warm, oaky nose...flavors of
black currant, blackberry, and plum...and a soft, extended finish with a
hint of chocolate. Take away any one ingredient - the Cabernet
Sauvignon, the Syrah, the Petite Sirah, the Merlot, even the tiny
splash of Malbec - it just wouldn't be the same.
But at this
price, you don't have to take our word for it. There's room for you in
Ty Caton's world, too. All you need is an open mind, a curious palate,
a little room in your wine rack, and forty bucks plus shipping.
Ty Caton 2005 Field Blend:
Varietal: 44% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Syrah, 15% Petite Sirah, 8% Merlot, 1% Malbec Appellations: Sonoma Valley - Caton Vineyard Oak: 12 months French oak, mixed new & used barrels Alcohol: 15.2% Released: July 2007