A Kingston 8GB Data Traveler took a wrong turn somewhere and got
lost out in the country. Finally, after several exhausting hours of
trying to find its way back to the main road, it stopped at a
farmhouse. A grizzled old farmer answered.
"Excuse me, sir,"
said the Kingston 8GB Data Traveler. "I'm lost and very tired. Might
you have a place where I can sleep for the night? I'm very compact, so
I won't take up much room."
"Sure, stranger," the farmer answered. "as long as you don't mind sleeping in my 19-year-old daughter's room."
The Kingston 8GB Data Traveler happily agreed.
next morning at breakfast, the farmer said, "Hope you got a good
night's sleep last night. Good thing my daughter's away at college, or
you wouldn't have been able to sleep in her room."
Kingston 8GB Data Traveler replied, "It wouldn't have mattered. As an
inanimate object, I'm not capable of feeling carnal desires anyway."
The farmer answered, "Yeah, I guess that's true. Say, are you USB 2.0 compatible?"
"Sure am," the Kingston 8GB Data Traveler answered. "Thanks for the bed, and for breakfast."
"OK, then," the farmer said.
hours later, the punchline showed up, gasping out an excuse about a
late train. But by then the Kingston 8GB Data Traveler had moved on.
Warranty: 5 Year Kingston
8gb of flash storage space
Designed to Hi-Speed USB 2.0 specifications
Pocket-sized for easy transportability, just plug and play into a USB port
Capless, USB connector protected within case
Dimensions: 2.35" x 0.88" x 0.37" (59.7mm x 22.3mm x 9.5mm)
Operating temperatures: 32� F to 140� F (0� C to 60� C)
Storage temperatures: -4� F to 185� F (-20� C to 85� C)
Weight: 0.48 oz (12g)
Supported Operating Systems:
Windows XP (SP1, SP2)
Windows 2000 (SP4)
Mac OS (10.3.X and above)
Linux (2.6 and above)
In the box:
Kingston DT100/8GB USB 2.0 Data Traveler 100
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Name's Cavendish. I didn't start out this way. I was a lot
different. But they found me in Vietnam. Shaped me. Made me into
something new. The corporations, I mean. Now I work for them.
sent me here because of what happened to Big Mike. He was the golden
boy in the 50s. He did their dirty work back then. Cheap, easy, always
around. People started taking him for granted. Didn't even notice when
he got sick.
Maybe they could have stopped it early. They
were cocky, though. They had it all back then, why wouldn't it be hard
to let go? They pushed Big Mike all the way, all the way until he
dropped. Then they came to me.
I took up the mantle, sure.
What else could I do? And you better believe I like the fame. But the
other day, without even thinking about it, I coughed. I didn't tell a
soul. But I'm scared. Because who can they get to replace me?
This shirt was designed by:
soothedbyrainfall, who has no bananas today. Because his shirt is
coming SmartPost. He may not have no bananas next week either. It's
sort of exciting, not knowing when things arrive.
Wear this shirt: because if you leave it on the floor, someone might slip on it.
Don't wear this shirt:
if you're Gwen Stefani. It would be poor form to return to an image you
had left behind and we would refuse to be responsible for your
stagnation as an recording artist. However we'd be happy to send one to
the Ting Tings.
This shirt tells the world: "I don't need any additional potassium just now."
We call this color: Kelly Green. But if you're not a fan, just let it sit on the counter for a few days until it turns.
3X - M: 10" x 8.02"
S - WS: 7.5" x 6.01"
By now, you've seen the name Peter Wellington around here more than once. Between his wines and <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=5392">his bi-weekly blog posts for Wine.Woot</a>,
you probably think you know what to expect. Ho-hum, another revealing
diary entry from an articulate veteran winemaker. Yeah, yeah, another
masterpiece of winemaking from his Sonoma Valley winery. So far, so
Well, forget all that. Because this week, one of these four bottles will be a complete mystery.
This three-pack-plus-one is your ticket into the <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=5622">Wine.Woot Mystery Wine Challenge</a>.
You'll receive one mystery bottle for each three-pack you buy. It's up
to you to taste it, identify it, and tell us about it. You can submit
your guess on a web entry form that we'll roll out on August 29th. We
can't award any prizes, except the widespread recognition of your
superiority. But isn't that enough? There are more details in <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=5622">our Challenge announcement blog post</a>.
don't get so carried away by the game that you overlook the three
correctly-labeled bottles in this deal. The Wellington Vineyards 2004
Sonoma Valley Merlot belongs to one of Sonoma's best recent vintages.
It offers berry and cherry aromas, along with brown sugar, brown spice,
and everything nice. The fruit is just ripe enough. The entry is just
full and supple enough. A clean, dry finish sticks around just long
enough. Dry, fruity, and blanaced, the 2004 Zinfandel is a ripe,
concentrated take on Zin, with classic flavors of briar, blackberry,
and black pepper. Not too much sugar to get in the way, either. Seven
different vineyards contributed to the Wellington 2004 Cabernet
Sauvignon, Sonoma County, yielding up a complex, elegant, spicy Cab
with shades of black pepper, truffle, cinnamon, and vanilla. The only
challenge presented by these wines is to stop drinking them.
best of luck in the Challenge, should you dare to test your tastebuds.
But since you'll have this Peter Wellington Three-Pack anyway, you'll
kinda have already won.
be accepted beginning August 29, 2008. To submit an entry, go to the
web form to be announced later and enter your Woot username, the color
of the sticker on the back label of your mystery bottle, and your
varietal guess into the appropriate fields. The earliest correct guess
for each mystery varietal will be recognized in the forums. Only purchasers of the Peter Wellington Three-Pack will
be recognized. No prizes will be awarded.
2004 Cabernet Sauvignon
Composition: 95% Cabernat sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc