da dat da da STORE ME EYES
da dat da da SOUND OF LIES
da dat da da WINGS-
hi! You've just caught us bonding with the Vornado 615L Hi Velocity Stand Fan.
Not only being an excellent way to move air, the Vornado 615L Hi Velocity Stand Fan
has great taste in music. Check this out!
veedie woodie wooba
vreedap vreedap vreedap
vou wou veeeeel
vo wou veeeelllll
that, huh? That's the famous middle part of Peter Frampton's "Do You
Feel Like We Do". And it's just one of the many songs you can sing with
the help of the Vornado 615L Hi Velocity Stand Fan.
This Vornado's so
quiet that you can barely hear it, and it's very lightweight. That
means it can be carried from room to room, or even to the recording
studio. Hey, check this out!
ooo ooo beWEEEVinn iiiiife afta uvvvvvv
could've saved yourself a few million, Cher! And also made that hot
studio more comfortable by directing airflow at any angle. Up the
stairs, down the stairs, across the stairs, under the stairs, if you've
got stairs, the Vornado can work for you! So you head over to the I
Want One button, and we'll be here... rockin' out!
da da da breath on my face
da da da close to me
da dadada eyes
da dada dada leee eeeague
Warranty: 5 Year Vornado
3 speed air control that can push air up to 80 feet
Directable airflow provides movement of air at any angle - up stairs, down a hallway, room to room and everywhere in between
Light, portable, and is easy to carry allowing comfort wherever you are
Improves your heating and cooling system by helping to circulate the air inside of a room
Whisper quiet and superior performance
Ideal for den, home office, hearth room, dining room, or the average bedroom
Removable grill and blade for easy cleaning and maintenance
Permanently lubricated motor that does not require oiling
Rubber feet good for hardwood floors or carpet
34" tall with a 12" blade diameter
In the box:
Vornado 615L Floor Fan
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This ancient stoner named Zeno came up with this mind-blowing paradox one night sitting around watching Antigone
reruns with his broheims: to get anywhere, first you gotta get halfway
there, right? But you gotta get halfway to halfway first, see what I'm
saying? And like halfway to that, and halfway to that...you could go on
forever, man. And you'd never really get anywhere. So, like, check this out: none of us can actually ever get anywhere, ever. Whoa. Then they moved on to discussing what color farts are.
this falling turtle proves that the Zenomeister should've stopped
partying after the tenth hit. Because it's going somewhere: out of our
warehouse and onto your back.
This shirt was designed by: gold-medal Derbylympian eHalcyon, who's like a cross between Michael Phelps and Shawn Johnson, but with mad Illustrator skillz.
Wear this shirt:
on St. Patrick's Day, because it's got just enough green to keep you
from being pinched without decking yourself out like a leprechaun.
Don't wear this shirt:
because you think it'll make the other boys and girls like you. If they
care about something silly like that, they're not really your friends
This shirt tells the world: "See how this shirt is, like, a total oxymoron? Oh, you don't? Darn. I was kinda hoping you'd explain it to me."
We call this color: Navy Intelligence.
3X - M: 13" x 6.74"
S - WS: 9.75" x 5.05"
Pantone Color(s): - 375 C - 369 C - 356 C - 354 C - 3415 C
We've seen a lot of Wellington Vineyards this year. We've laughed a
little, cried a little, learned a little, and drank a lot. And now
we're faced with the last Wellington offering of 2008. How better to
mark the occasion than with a properly celebratory selection from the
more obscure corners of the Wellington empire?
doesn't play golf or raise pigeons or sniff glue, Peter needs a passion
in his life, and these kinds of small-lot wines are it. How could you
not love the heavenly-smelling Wellington 2006 Grenache, Estate Sonoma
Valley? Fresh cherry, raspberry, plum, pepper and allspice aromas
introduce this soft, full-bodied, mildly chewy blend of old-vine and
young-vine Grenache. At a mere 224 cases, it's a rarer pleasure than a
warm night in San Francisco.
Almost as scarce is the Wellington 2006 Syrah, Estate Sonoma Valley.
Just 311 cases of this smoky, meaty, fresh 'n' fruity red were made, so
you'll be among the few who experience its full, fleshy entry and rich,
you probably already know what Grenache and Syrah are like. To make
this a real party, here comes the Wellington 2006 Noir de Noirs, an
old-vine blend of four varietals you won't find on the wine list at TGI Friday's.
It's mostly something called Alicante Bouschet, with smaller amounts of
Lenoir, Grand Noir and Petite Bouschet. The result is a rough-edged,
wild-eyed red bursting with savage fresh-grape flavor - a wine you can
drink with a fork, if you can tame it first.
Yes, we'll miss
Wellington Vineyards the rest of this year. But we'll miss it a little
less with these three bottles to remember it by. During the long months
of fall and winter, we'll just keep reminding ourselves: we'll always
2006 Noir de Noirs, Old Vines
Blend: 84% Alicante Bouschet, 12% Lenoir, 3% Grand noir, 1% Petite Bouschet
Production: 362 cases
Release date: October 2007
2006 Syrah, Sonoma Valley Estate
Composition: 95% Syrah, 5% Viogner
Production: 311 cases
Release date: August, 2008
2006 Grenache, Estate Sonoma Valley
Composition: 94% Grenache, 3% Mourvedre, 3% Petite Sirah