(1) Gateway MT6840 Intel Core Duo 2.0GHz/1024mb/160gb/15.4" Notebook
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"I heard Laura snuck into the locker room with Bobby."
"I heard Dave and Jason went skinny-dipping in Andrew's pool."
Rumors. They can tear anyone's life apart.
"The Gateway MT-6840 Dual Core 15.4" Notebook has 1024MB 667 MHz DDR2 SDRAM operating at 533MHz, pass it on."
It doesn't matter who you are or what you do. No one is safe from the cruelty of rumors.
"I heard Eric had a bunch of dirty movies in a file cabinet."
"Oh, yeah, I heard that too. Hey, did you hear that the Gateway MT-6840
Dual Core 15.4" Notebook has a 8x Multi-Format Dual Layer DVDRW with DVD-RAM?"
All it takes is one moment of cruelty to destroy a person's life forever.
Rumors can hurt more than getting run over by a train or bus. Or being eaten by a shark. Rumors are the candiru of words.
"I hear Gateway has crap customer support and they completely suck!"
Rumors tear people apart. How would you feel to be the victim of a rumor?
"Cassie made out with the Gateway MT-6840 Dual Core 15.4" Notebook and she touched his 10/100 Ethernet LAN and integrated V.92 56k modem!"
class. On the Internet. At a party. Be the better person. Don't spread
rumors, no matter how tempting and juicy they may be. Put a stop to
them before they start.
"Hey, did you hear the Gateway MT-6840 Dual Core 15.4" Notebook has a 160GB 5400 RPM SATA hard drive?"
"Hey, did you hear about Eric and the filing cabinet?"
"No thank you. I don't involve myself with rumors. I believe the printed specs are correct as listed."
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We call this color: Olive In My Own Shell
3X - M: 13.75" x 18.16"
S - WS: 10.31" x 13.62"
Pantone Color(s): - White - 5747 C - 583 C - 1805 C - Cool Gray 6 C
Maybe we're getting old. Maybe we're mellowing in our dotage. Maybe
a glass or two of Greg Norman Estates Australian Shiraz has put us in a
reflective, relaxed, thoughtful mood. But we just can't bring ourselves
to churn out the cheap, easy jokes that would fill this space in no
time. No golf puns. No shark jokes. (OK, one shark joke.)
Nothing about Crocodile Dundee or Men at Work or wallabies. Just plain
talk about these two bottles from Greg Norman Estates.
2001 Padthaway Reserve Shiraz is a time capsule in a bottle. When these
grapes sprung from the rich red earth of South Australia, John Howard
was running for a third term, the Brisbane Lions were storming their
way to triumph in the Grand Final, and Powderfinger's album Odyssey Number Five
was rocking the ears of Antipodean youth. (At least, that's what
Wikipedia tells us. It's not like we were there at the time.) Take care
with it, and its supple, elegant dark fruit flavors will outlive the
Don't feel obliged to be nice to the
2002 Limestome Coast Reserve Shiraz just because it came a long way to
get here. For one thing, this rich, deep red is not that sensitive. For
another, once you get a taste of its full-bodied, sophisticated dark
plum and blackberry flavors, pitying it will be the last thing on your
mind. And how can you not love a wine whose fruit was grown in places
with names like Coonawarra, Wrattonbully, and Padthaway?
you don't have to be able to pronounce those names to drink these
wines. While our cousins down under get ready for winter, these bottles
of Shiraz will be the perfect accompaniment to your bar-b-q, cookout,
or barbie. It reminds us of the time that Russell Crowe and INXS joined us on the links for eighteen holes of- oh, right, we said we weren't going to do that.