The Westinghouse LVM-37W3SE 1080p monitor offered for sale by Woot incorporates the correct EDID data. An initial limited production lot had incorrect EDID data and this batch is not part of the Woot offering.
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Remember those shaggy, stony summer nights, when it seemed like
everybody in the world had a van and the party would go on forever?
Relive them now with K-Woot's Golden Shirts of the Seventies!
All the stars, swirls, clouds, and tracers of the Feel-Good Decade are
back, and groovier than ever! From the simple pen lines to the muted
colors, from the tufted hairlike shapes to the Zipatone fills, it's a
'70s party right there on your chest! Mellow and psychedelic, trippy
and innocent all at once - that's Golden Shirts of the Seventies! Not available in stores!
This shirt was designed by: London design phenom <a href="http://www.komadesign.co.uk/">Andy J. Miller</a>, who, as a British subject, was on the losing side of the Bicentennial.
Wear this shirt: when you're cruising around trying to score a lid.
Don't wear this shirt: after Reagan gets elected.
This shirt tells the world: "I have X'ed myself from your decade."
We call this color: Lemon In Your Eyes.
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 11" x 15.49"
S - WS: 8.25" x 11.61"
More fun than a political party, more alcoholic than a Tupperware
party, and more hygienic than a key party: it's a Port party! Kent
Rasmussen's Esoterica label put these six bottles together as kind of a
Port erector set, letting you see the simple parts that make up the
complex machinery of Iberia's sweetest contribution to human happiness.
It's an all-in-one Port party kit. And you won't find it anywhere but
See, the way they do it in Portugal, Port is typically
a blend of various varietals. But, inspired by a couple of Portuguese
interns with Port experience, Kent Rasmussen tried an interesting
educational experiment. He mixed up a pretty standard Port from five
component California grapes - but he left enough of each varietal to
bottle them each individually, too. So you can taste the Tempranillo,
Sous�o, Tinta C�o, Touriga Nacional, and Trousseau on their own, each
with a distinctive, unique character. And then see how they harmonize
in golden sweetness with the Proportional Blend. Whole, greater, sum,
So ring up your tasting buds. Get six glasses
down from the cabinet. Enjoy the rare opportunity to taste several
individual Port varietals. And be amazed at the flavors they conjure up
when combined. Once your guests take a sip from the Esoterica Port
Medley, they just might want to skip the main course and get right to
2004 California Tempranillo Dessert Wine (Tinta Roriz)