(1) Matsunichi Photo Blitz 7" PF7e Digital Picture Frame
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All right, here we are. Me and my new Matsunichi Photo Blitz 7" PF7e
Digital Picture Frame. Who needs one of those tricked-out photo frames
that can play music and videos and stuff? Not me. All I want is to be
able to view my digital photos. Oh, hey, here's an old memory card.
Wonder what's on this one...
Wow, this must be old. That's me
and Alison, back when we took that trip to Wyoming wine country. After
how bad things got later, I forget we had some pretty good times
together. But then she turned into a total drag, always getting after
me to pay back that money I borrowed from her mom. You believe she even
told me I should pawn my Xbox? Yeah, right. Like I was gonna
voluntarily limit myself to just a PS2 and a GameCube. No wonder I had to dump her.
hey, I took this one when we first moved in together. Man, was that a
mistake. Alison always wanted to talk and whatever when I was trying to
relax. It was like, I'd come home from work and she'd immediately start
grilling me about how my day was and did I want to go out to eat or see
a movie. I guess I'm just the kind of person who's happier on my own,
like I am now.
Now what's going on in this one? Is
that...yeah. That's us at one of her stupid volleyball games. Talk about
boring, man. She did look pretty good in those shorts, though. Whoa.
This 7", 480×234 TFT LCD really shows off her legs. I always thought she had great legs.
I didn't know this picture was on here. That's the birthday cake she
made me. It was pretty cool, actually. She, like, called my friend Ted
to ask him what D&D miniatures to buy, and she made this whole
scene on top of the cake. She actually painted them herself. See that,
there? That's my guy, a half-elf Ranger, and he's fighting off those
owlbears over there. I'll say this for Alison, it's hard to find a girl
who even knows what an owlbear is, much less who'd be willing to paint
a miniature of one.
Aw, man. I remember this. Usually Alison
was off to work by the time I woke up. She had to be at work crazy
early, like 9 in the morning. But this one morning I woke up early for
no reason. She just looked so beautiful and peaceful lying there
asleep, I had to take a picture of her. I mean, just look at her.
She's, she's like some kind of angel or something.
Not this one. See, this was at the hospital right after I broke my leg.
It was pretty dumb - Ted bet me I couldn't jump from our porch roof to
the roof of the porch next door. I totally thought I could, but later
we measured the space between the two roofs and the jump would've had
to've been a world record or something to make it. Anyway, Alison took
me to the emergency room, she wheeled me home, she brought me all these
treats while I was recuperating...it was pretty awesome...my God, what have
I done? How stupid could I have been?
I've gotta get her
back. Right now. I've been such an idiot. Where's my phone? Ah, here,
here, now let me see...Alison, Alison...here we go...
"Hello, Alison? It's me. Yeah, Corey. Hey, listen, I was just - hello? Alison? Hello?"
Warranty: 90 Day Matsunichi
7" 16:9 widescreen LCD with 480×234 native resolution
Slideshow and static modes with thumbnail picture browser
Rotate and zoom images
Swivel mode for landscape or portrait display
250 cd/m2 brightness with 300:1 contrast ratio
Displays JPG, TIFF, or BMP files from a MMC, MS, SD, or xD memory card
Outer frame dimensions: 7.75×9.75 Inches
Supports 110V/220V input power for international use
480 x 234 Pixels
Memory Cards Supported
Image Formats Supported
Image Display Features
Slideshow and Static Modes
Thumbnail Picture Browser
13 Unique Transitions
Rotate & Zoom
Swivel Mode for Landscape or Portrait Display
Translates Standard Photos to Widescreen Mode
Photo Date Stamp Display
Outer Frame Dimensions
7.75 x 9.75 Inches
Supports 110V/220V input power for international use.
In the box:
Digital Picture Frame
AC Power Adapter
User Manual & Quick Install Guide
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(1) Cream Woot Tee
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3rd place in Derby #57: Dessert, with 479 votes!
What could be more delicious than a slab of moist birthday cake,
slathered in sugary pink frosting? Only one thing: The terrified
screams of your puny human victims as they run, run for their
Flee, you desperate insects! Flee in
abject horror from Krag-Nor, who will be your destruction! Krag-Nor,
whose ears are deaf to your agonized pleas for mercy! Krag-Nor, to whom
your lives are forfeit! Krag-Nor who is mighty! Krag-Nor who is
terrible! Krag-Nor who is THIS MANY!
shirt was designed by: hmmxkrazee, who's just putting on an act to
avoid prosecution, and isn't krazee at all, in fact. Would a truly
krazee user choose to put "krazee" in his or her username? Hmm?
this shirt: to your own birthday party, if it's coming up. Consider it
our present to you. Which you bought. Because we're stingy like that.
Don't wear this shirt: to Krag-Nor's birthday party, if you hope to live to see another dawn.
This shirt tells the world: "...and a pinch to crush the very breath from your body!"
We call this color: Cake And Ice Creme
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 9.5" x 9.43"
S - WS: 7.12" x 7.07"
After running out, we dipped into our strategic oil reserves and came up with a few drops more. Take note, vinegar fans: Ginger Key Lime Vinegar has replaced the Raspberry Vinegar.
Eureka! We've struck oil! No, not the black sticky crude that
bubbles up out of the ground - that stuff tastes terrible. We're
talking cooking oil. Infused oil, that is. Greasy gold! Tuscany tea!
Next thing you know, old Woot's a culinarian. And our kinfolk say,
"Hey, can you get me a discount on that stuff?" (Note to kinfolk: no.)
Gourmet Kitchen line of oils was created by food anthropologist and
author Chef Clyde Serda. He's not one of those evil oil barons you hear
about - he's a California Culinary Academy graduate and the 1996 CAPC Chef
of the Year. These five flavors of Gourmet Kitchen chow-gloop are all
but certain to bring a little class to your kitchen and a lot of
pleasure to your palate. But heed this warning: unlike most Wine.Woot
offerings, these are not recommended for drinking straight.
start with the three varieties of grapeseed oil. Because it's neutral
in taste and has a high smoke point, grapeseed oil provides a quiet,
unobtrusive platform for the other ingredients to shine. What, you
don't know what a grapeseed tastes like? That's exactly our point.
smoky, and spicy your thing? Use the Sweet Smoked Chili Oil for
saut�eing, drizzle it over pizza, or brush it on bread. Don't be
frightened by the Blood Orange Oil's scary name. It's a light,
flavorful oil with a sweet, tart citrus thing going on, great for
steaks, fish, poultry, and veggies. And the Sweet Roasted Garlic Oil
displays the rich, intense flavors of - you guessed it - sweet roasted
garlic. It's divine with everything except durian, ostrich jerky, and
But chefs cannot live by grapeseed alone.
Perfectly ripe, gently pressed olives give the Gourmet Kitchen
California Extra Virgin Olive Oil the smooth, buttery flavor you crave,
you dog you. Try it on leafy greens with the complex flavor of
the Ginger Key Lime Vinegar. One bite it tastes Asian, the next it's all citrusy, the one after that, it's somehow both. Never a dull palate with this stuff. (Don't embarrass yourself asking why it's not green - Key Limes are actually yellow.)
Fellow citizens, the time has
come to end your dependence on cheap vegetable oil. You deserve better.
You deserve the security of knowing that your next meal won't taste
like it was scraped off the bottom of the popcorn bin at the movies.
With these Gourmet Kitchen infused oils, you'll build a bridge to the
future. And then you'll eat it.