(1) DigiPro WP8060 8x6" USB Graphics Tablet w/Cordless Pen
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PLESE READ it will only take a moment and forward this to anyone you know who could use a SMILE!!!
>> A Lawyer and a Blonde are sitting next to each
>> other on a flight from L.A. To New York.
>> The Blonde is drawing on a DigiPro WP8060 8×6"
>> USB Graphics Tablet. The Lawyer asks if she would
>> like to play a fun game but she is busy so she
>> politiely says No.
>> The Laywer wants the DigiPro WP8060 8×6"
>> USB Graphics Tablet with its cordless pen and 512
>> Levels of Sensitivity so he makes her a better
>> "I will ask you a question and if you don't know the
>> answer, you give me the graphics tablet. But if
>> ask me a question and I don't know the answer, I'll
>> pay you $5000 dollars."
>> He figures since he is a lawyer and she is a Blonde
>> he will win the game easily.
>> The Blonde just wants to be left alone to draw, but
>> she figures the only way to shut him up is to play
>> his little Game, so, she agrees. The Lawyer asks,
>> "Who was the first Secretary of Agriculture?"
>> Since she does not know, the Blonde unplugs her.
>> DigiPro WP8060 8×6" USB Graphics Tablet and hands
>> It to him.
>> Then it is her turn. She asks, "What goes
>> into the water with three arms, and comes out with 4?"
>> The lawyer cannot figure it out. He checks on the
>> Internet, he calls his friends, he asks the
>> Smithsononian Institution web site.
>> He is literally going Nuts.
>> Finally he gives up and gives her the $5,000 cash
>> in his pocket. He has to know so he asks,
>> "Well, what DOES go into the water with three
>> arms, and come out with 4?"
>> The Blonde reaches into her purse and hands the
>> Laywer another $5.
>> (P.S. And the HAPPY ENDING...with her money, she bought another
>> DigiPro WP8060 8×6" USB Graphics Tablet!!)
3rd place in Derby #63: Art as Text, with 738 votes!
I'd rather be an octopus, an octopus I say
It's better to be octopus than man
An octopus can use his tentacles all kinds of ways
We two-armed human types can't use our hands
An octopus can wave goodbye with four times as much fervor
As a person can when waving farewell wishes
He's excellently qualified for working as a server
In a bistro where there's lots and lots of dishes
For semaphore, for trading stocks, for climbing jungle gyms
The octopus's tentacles are better
He can play a mean marimba, or spell words with his limbs
And with so many limbs, spell words with lots of letters
shirt was designed by: capttylor34, who claims yo momma so dumb, she
thought eight tentacles was the net Speedo contents of one men's beach
Wear this shirt: to your favorite sushi
place, order by pointing at your torso, and see if they serve octopus
to you or vice-versa.
Don't wear this shirt: if you have eight arms; you'll find it has too few sleeves.
This shirt tells the world: "Go Army"
We call this color: Royal Blue
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 14.5" x 11.4"
S - WS: 10.87" x 8.55"
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)