Despite what you might believe, we here at Woot would very much like
to do nothing but spread joy. Some days we get it right. And some days
everyone stares at us like we're Noel Gallagher at a press conference.
But today, we've got a surefire plan. We're going to offer the SanDisk
Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player. And we're going to explain the logic behind our decision.
First of all, if you were one of the people who bought the <a href="http://www.woot.com/blog/viewentry.aspx?id=5778">Kingston 2GB Micro SD Card</a>, you're going to be very happy with this SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player. This is because the SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player will accept that Micro SD card. In fact, the SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player will accept ANY Micro SD card, even if you didn't buy it from us. See how we take care of you?
Secondly, there's our dear friend <a href="http://www.woot.com/Forums/ViewPost.aspx?PostID=2556926&PageIndex=1&ReplyCount=24#post2558383">ickeroo</a>.
As you can see, the guy loves Sansas the way Patrick McGoohan loves
flapjacks. Ickeroo's gonna love buying this SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player for his collection. As always, he'll be getting a built-in Microphone and a Digital FM tuner, and he'll be able to play MP3, WMA, WAV and Audible audiobooks. Plus this particular Sansa has direct connect USB flash memory, so it can take a tumble and still be okay. Be sure to wear a helmet, ickeroo!
Third, we're throwing in that lovely USB
extension cable you see in the picture. Aren't we nice? It's our little
way of saying "Hey, everyone, we'd like you to have a little extra
reach to USB". And if you don't want to use it on the SanDisk Sansa Express 1GB MP3 Player, that's perfectly fine. You can extend any USB device that fits. Even that <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI-pct3zy18">bizarre humping dog</a>.
See? Aren't you happy? Look at that smile! You're like a <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/">beautiful flower</a>, you are.
The hammock creaks as it rocks back and forth between the palms.
It's hot down on the beach--but up here, in the shade of the island's
thick, verdant foliage, your bodily thermostat is running on its
Energy-SavR setting, and you're comfy as a tick in a fold of neck fat.
OK, maybe your belly's a little chilly from the icy rum drink you're
resting on it, but a little hardship builds character, right? A warm,
gentle salt breeze carries the sweet perfume of tropical flowers, and
you're thinking about strolling down to the shore to dip your toes
again when NGZNGZNGZNGZNGZNGZNGZ
ear-splitting buzz of the deep-fat fryer jolts you from your reverie.
You're back at Burger Sarge in Bolingbrook, and winter's coming on, and
you're hours and hours from warm seas. It seemed so real! You pull open
the collar of your yellow Burger Sarge smock and peek at the hibiscus
on your t-shirt underneath. It's probably a trick of the heat
distortion in here, but you could swear those flowers are waving as if
in a tropic zephyr. Could it be your shirt.woot tee... is enchanted?
shirt was designed by: bvillarreal, about whom little is known for
certain, but around whom countless wild legends and rumors swirl like
the mists around the mountaintop.
Wear this shirt: if you're going to a hukilau--huki, huki, huki, huki, huki-hukilau.
wear this shirt: if you're going to the hoosegow. You're going to have
enough trouble coming off "tough" without wearing a shirt with flowers
This shirt tells the world: "Aloha shirts are just a little too formal for me."
We call this color: Asphalohalt
Design Placement: Right Side
M - 3X: 8.38" x 19"
S - WS: 6.33" x 14.28"
Pantone Color(s): White - Black - 628C - 283C - 424C
Brace yourself for a shocking revelation about Benziger Winery. They've been <a href="http://www.benziger.com/pdf/JuneWineSpec_BZGreen.pdf">praised in the press</a>
for their sustainable Biodynamic® farming practices. They've been
lauded for their apparent concern for the health of the soil and the
larger environment, and their appreciation of their role in stewardship
of the Earth for future generations. And all this may be true. But <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIwShEl23HA">recently uncovered video evidence</a> reveals a far less altruistic motive behind the way Benziger grows their grapes.
They do it because it makes the wine taste better.
that shocking video, grower George MacLeod, Benziger growing overseer
Mark Burningham and Benziger winemaker Rodrigo Soto openly discuss the
way their farming practices enhance the wine's flavor. Without shame,
they freely admit that careful grape growing leads to enhanced flavor.
if this wasn't damning enough, more evidence appears in the form of
these three bottles of Benziger Winery 2006 MacLeod Vineyard Sauvignon
Blanc - the very same wine featured in the video. Its elegance and
texture clearly bear the mark of a wine that has been painstakingly
grown and produced. Every crisp, clean note of melon and green apple
further testifies to the MacLeod family's natural vineyard management.
a sip or two of this Sauvignon Blanc and it's clear: despite their
eco-friendly practices, Benziger Winery sacrifices nothing in terms of
pleasure. Hasn't anyone told them that environmental responsibility is
supposed to be a chore?