Excuse me. I couldn't help noticing you noticing me. My name's Ron.
And I've got a few questions for you. Was it my mustache or my chest
hair that caught your eye? Can I buy you a drink? And would you and
your administrative assistant care to come back to my office with me
and my secretary, Linda? We like to Easyshare.
Did I shock
you? See, we believe that what consenting adults do in the privacy of
their offices is nobody else's business but theirs. We're all grown-ups
here. If we decide to explore printing, scanning, and copying, in an
open environment of honesty and trust, why shouldn't we? Linda and I
follow our desires, wherever they may take us. I figure, if Kodak
didn't want us enjoying ourselves, they wouldn't have made the Kodak
Easyshare 5300 All-in-One Printer. The pictures it prints
don't have borders or boundaries - why should we?
only you can decide what you want. But I'll tell you, since Linda and I
started printing with our special friends, it's only brought us closer
to each other. The Easyshare 5300 has so much to give, with its
high-density printhead and its vivid 3" LCD, that it just seems selfish to keep it to ourselves.
talk to your guy there. If you want to come along - or if just one of
you does - we'd be happy to have you. No pressure, no expectations.
Just people manipulating each other's documents, for the sheer fun of
it. With a multi-function printer like the Kodak Easyshare 5300,
there's always enough pleasure to go around.
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(1) Brown Woot Tee
Description: (click show to see it)
2nd place in Derby #54: The Old West, with 639 votes!
The shirt showed up at midnight and was a pretty nice tee
From the other end of the Internet interest was generating
A customer was walking up to his computer
He merged perfectly with his computer
He merged perfectly, the website and the computer
The shirt looked good to Johnny
Johnny hit I want one
Johnny bought a shirt and the sale kept moving as planned
The shirt came to Johnny
He kept it in his locker
He took it out, he put it on, he wore it over Johnny
The shirt was kinda tight
Johnny fell on his knees
Started wishin' he got maybe a size or two larger
Started wishin' he got maybe a size or two larger
Started dietin' hysterically
Gets the feelin'
His chest is covered in
This shirt was designed by:
SeedUvPain. If you bury him in SoilUvTorment and add a little
AgoniWatur and some SuunBluuud, in a few weeks you'll have a pretty
little daisy you can wear in your lapel at church. Isn't that the
Wear this shirt: after you pony up the dough. This ain't no charity.
Don't wear this shirt: when you go to visit Alan Strang in the hospital. Seeing them tied up like that is not going to help him get better.
This shirt tells the world: Nothing. BECAUSE IT'S A LITTLE HOARSE! HA!! DO YOU GET IT???
We call this color: Brown Neiiiiiiigh
3X - M: 12" x 8.75"
S - WS: 9" x 6.56"
Pantone Color(s): - 709 C - Cool Gray 1 C - 7508 C - 143 C - 7504 C - 140 C
You know we're all about connecting the drinkers of wine with the
makers of wine. There's nobody we love more than a winemaker who's
willing to get down in the forum trenches, to share the bounty of their
knowledge with our almost-equally-knowledgeable audience. Laura
Zahtila, maker of both this Chardonnay three-pack and <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=5594">our first featured deal this week</a>,
has been an exemplary, uh, example of this. We're all better off for
the way she's graciously made herself available in our forum.
Except...well...there's such a thing as being too helpful.
seems that Laura, unaware of the arcane code that we at Woot live by,
spilled the grapes on this week's second deal. We can't blame her, we
suppose. Our ways must seem strange to outsiders.
been watching the forum, you won't be surprised at this deal. It's a
three-pack of Laura Zahtila Vineyards 2006 Napa Valley Chardonnay, as
promised. But it doesn't need the element of surprise to knock your
tongue off its feet. Sourced from various vineyards in St. Helena in
Napa Valley, these grapes were transformed sans malolactic fermentation
into a sunny, crisp, tropical Chardonnay. A hint of mineral adds a
little backbone to its brightness.
So no hard feelings,
Laura. If we were responsible for this pale yellow gem, we'd have
trouble keeping it a secret, too. Maybe we can all learn something from
this episode. If you're in a position to know what the next woot is,
and you reveal it on our boards, we'll forgive you...as long as you make
something as delightful as this Laura Zahtila Vineyards 2006 Napa