You've got a hundred and fifty bucks in your wallet and a hunger for
entertainment in your belly. You could always blow it on an iPod Nano
4GB. But you could just as easily blow it on three Sandisk Sansa e260
4GB Media Players, if you're one of those weirdos who likes to get more
for your money than the illusion of hipness. You'd be able to watch and
listen to a wider variety of media, you'd get thrice the storage space,
and you'd even have enough left over to buy all the Pop Rocks you can
possibly pop. Of course, if you're in the mood for something with a
little more firepower, you could pick up <a href="http://www.impactguns.com/store/752334345103.html">a .45 automatic pistol</a>. This handy chart will help you decide which one is right for you...
Beer has a bad reputation, doesn't it? Even among the people who
drink it like water. You ask anyone what they think of when they hear
the word <a href="http://wine.woot.com/">wine</a> and they'll tell you
about some vampire in a tuxedo sipping from a glass as he stands above
the homeland he rules with an iron fist, looking down from the window
of his ancestral castle. Then you ask the same people about beer and
they'll tell you about the time they saw four pirate zombies doing the
Electric Slide with their pants off. Why can't all the alcohols get the
same sort of respect?
This shirt was designed by: Blair Sayer, freelancer, illustrator, New Zealander, and the designer of <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/Friends.aspx?k=4637">Death Drinks A Mai Tai</a>.
So one day, when you've passed on, you'll probably want to look up the
disembodied spirit of Blair. Because clearly he's the un-life of the
Wear this shirt: when you're going out with the werewolves to listen to Dizzee Rascal and play foosball and drink until you can't actually see.
Don't wear this shirt: anywhere there's going to be a cheese course or more than two different forks.
This shirt tells the world: "I'm probably not interested in your selection of microbrews and imports."
We call this color: They Walk Among Us, Yet Are No Longer Olive
3X - M: 7.5" x 10.66"
S - WS: 5.62" x 7.99"
Pantone Color(s): - 1797 C - 478 C - 7412 C - 123 C - 7499 C
It's <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=2548">that time of year again</a>. The sweaty season is upon us, so until about mid-September, we'll need to charge you a couple of bucks more to keep your order fresh 'n' flavorful. Modern science is wonderful, but it's not cheap.
If you want this by July 4th, place your order by
Wednesday. Which shouldn't be hard, since that's when this sale will
end. Look for another deal Thursday.
remember that weird wave of Francophobia that swept the stupider
corners of our nation a few years ago? We can barely recall what it was
all about - something about Saddam Hussein headbutting the Dixie Chicks
and taking their French fries, maybe. What we do remember is a lot of
grandstanding blowhards huffing and puffing about changing the names of
various items on the menu at the Congressional cafeteria. Ha! Take
that, France! We'll accept your surrender now - in English!
that mental illness has mercifully passed. It's OK again to be friends
with the French. Don't we all have the same colors in our flag? Didn't
we both hate the British a couple of centuries ago?
And there's no better way to salute our reunion with nos amis de grenouille-consommation
than with a fluteful of French-styled sparkling wine from Mumm Napa.
OK, maybe actual French champagne would be a little more appropriate.
But have you seen the exchange rates lately? Besides, Mumm Napa was
founded by French winemaker Guy Devaux in 1983. He brought that
nation's traditional methods and techniques to the exceptional fruit of
the Napa Valley, the same way his forebears gave us the Statue of
Liberty, croissants, and Audrey Tautou. They're a generous people.
and Godless Reds alike will rally round the Mumm Napa Cuv�e M Red, a
rare true-red sparkling wine. The grapes were initially handled as if
they were going to be part of a rich red wine. Imagine their surprise
when they were whisked away to join yeasts and sugar for sparklization
(note: "sparklization" is not an official wine term). The result is a
sparkling wine of a different color, a deep dark ruby with a red-wine
nose and a bubbly palate. Serve it with anything from hors d'oeuvres to le canard BBQ.
the white flag and surrender to the exquisite charms of the Mumm Napa
Reserve Brut. Summing up 25 years of superior Mumm Napa wines in one
limited-production masterpiece, this well-structured Brut seems to cram
all of Napa Valley into one little bottle. Its rounded flavors of
toast, spice, biscuit, and mocha will have you looking forward to
breakfast. Not many grapes have what it takes to reach this echelon of
greatness - only the very best Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are allowed to
wear the Reserve Brut label. It's the must-see feel-good blockbuster
wine of the summer. Miss it at your peril.
Now, the only
thing blue about the Mumm Napa Cuv�e M Blue is the label. And you, if
you miss the chance to experience the superlative sparkle of its
quintessential Napa Valley flavors: ripe peach, creamy vanilla, and
rich white chocolate. Fruit from more than 50 vineyards hereby come
together to form a more perfect union, a united state of ecstasy. The
careful, traditional handcrafting of the Mumm Napa Cuv�e M Blue is so
authentic you can practically feel the fingertips on your tongue. The
result is as rich and complex as this country of ours.
raise a toast to the Marquis de Lafayette on July 4th - without him,
we'd all have awful teeth and call trucks "lorries". And let Mumm Napa
handle the sparklers. These three bottles will be as dazzling as any
Roman candle, but they won't leave the acrid odor of sulfur in your
nostrils. And they might blow your mind, but they won't blow your