(1) Timex TS70B Clock Radio for Sansa e200 & c200 Series
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There's an episode of Roseanne where Dan Conner goes to
Becky's boyfriend Mark's apartment for one reason or another. Mark's
not in, but Dan winds up having a beer with Mark's roommate. Talk turns
to the massive stereo system in the apartment. The roommate asks Dan
what kind of system he has at home, and the unglamorous, unhip, unyoung
Dan answers, "A clock radio."
Good gag. But if the Timex TS70B
had been around in 1990-whenever, they'd have had to find some other
audio appliance to push around. Compatible with all <a href="http://shopping.yahoo.com/?name=woot#woot">Sansa e200</a> and c200
players, the Timex TS70B actually manages to make the lowly clock radio kind of - dare we? We dare - cool.
sleek tower of aural-chronometric power offers a dock and remote to let
you control your Sansa from the comfort of your bed. Happen to prefer a
lesser brand of audio player? We suppose that's your right. And so does
Timex, because you can connect other MP3 players via the 3.5mm mini-jack. You know, if that's how you get your sick thrills.
Opportunity's buzzing - don't hit the snooze button. Sure,
we wish it let you wake up to the sound of your MP3s instead of the
usual radio or buzzer options. And we also wish it came with ten pounds
of free Twinkies. We can't blame it for not meeting our unrealistic
Warranty: 90 Day Timex
Charges & Plays Sansa E200 & C200 Series
Dual alarm for two individual wake times
Wake to AM/FM radio or buzzer
Sleep to AM/FM radio with adjustable sleep timer
Battery backup maintains clock and alarm settings in case of power failure
Full function remote control
Aux/MP3 line-in to connect other Sansa players or audio players
DST switch for quick, easy Daylight Saving Time adjustment
In the box:
Timex Clock Radio for Sansa e200 & c200
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He's got a mask. He's got a gun. But he's no bad guy. He's just a
lonely stranger trying to get by, wandering from garbage can to garbage
can. No horse, no Indian sidekick, no silver bullets and lawman's star.
This fella moves at night, dressed only in his Boone-skin cap and a
neckerchief he took off some hippie's golden lab. He knows he's cute.
He knows he's clever. But you can tell by his eyes. He's not afraid of
This shirt was designed by: James
Cho. We have nothing funny to say about you any more, Cho. Nothing.
You're like a Roomba. You're like a Sansa Media Player. We've written
about you so many times that there's nothing left. You've broken us,
Cho. Just get out. You and that... that floozy.
Wear this shirt:
if you're a floozy of Cho. We're actually thinking of making pendants
that say "Floozy Of Cho" in gold. Well, plated. Well, foil.
Don't wear this shirt: if you haven't washed it yet. Preferably you'll want to use moving water like a lake or stream. That's the law of the west.
You've got dreams. Despite it all, you've got dreams. And they certainly never involved sitting in this cubicle, under these flourescent lights, in this soulless office park. But you can't just drop everything and run off to Hollywood, or truck-driving school, or the jungles of Costa Rica. Nobody walks away from a sure thing to chase some crazy, beautiful scheme. Do they?
Laura Zahtila did. After working for big high-tech firms like Cisco, she jumped out of her promising tech career in midstream to throw her life savings into a run-down winery in the Napa Valley. She's worn more hats than the marquee section at Churchill Downs on Derby day, from sourcing grapes to collecting soil samples. She can crush, pump, rack, and bottle. Her boutique wines have scored gold medals up and down the West Coast. And she's never had to punch a clock.
You can taste the passion and the hard work - and the freedom - in every drop of this Laura Zahtila Vineyards 2004 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. With all the intensity and depth that put Napa Cabs on the map, this purple people-pleaser delivers aromas of raspberry and plum spiced with toasty vanilla. Earth tones and integrated tannins pile up on the palate in delicate layers. Don't be fooled by Laura Zahtila's current unsavory association with Wine.Woot. Judging by this wine, she's done pretty well for herself since leaving Silicon Valley.
Still, there must be moments when Laura wonders. When she thinks about all she gave up when she walked away from that steady paycheck and those fixed hours and those stock options. When she feels the slightest twinge of regret.