Well, you did it. You impaled all the Draculas, burned all the
Frankensteins, dodged all the Zombies and rolled your eyes and the six
million Heath Ledgers. Now you're home, you're drunk, and you're
looking for one last impulse purchase to regret when you make up.
That's what e-commerce is all about!
We considered selling a
twenty-pack of various Sansas, but instead decided on this refurbished
Seagate Barracuda. 500 GB of room is more than enough to hold all your
photos while you figure out which ones are of your butt and which ones
are of someone else's. And it will be turning at 7200 RPM
with a 32MB buffer. 7200 might seem a little slower than your room is
turning right now, but wouldn't you like a 32MB buffer instead of a
trash can? Also please don't leave that for your roomie to clean up.
you wake up at 3pm tomorrow, this refurbished Seagate Barracuda hard
drive could be all sold out. You know what that will mean? It will mean
that there were people even more drunk than you were. What will your
friends think about that? They'll laugh at you. Especially when they
all start comparing the perpendicular recording technology of their
brand new refurbished Seagate Barracudas.
So prove you're a
party animal that made the most of Halloween. Get a refurbished Seagate
Barracuda, if only for the trophy shelf. It'll look great beside the
empty bottle of Malibu. And, you know, in a computer or something.
The Walrus and the Egg Men
Had a long-ongoing feud,
The Egg Men thought the walrus coarse,
Obnoxious, gruff and rude
And for his part, the Walrus saw
The Egg Men just as food.
"The time has come," the Walrus said,
"To sound the funeral bell--
To scramble all your yellow yolks
And crush each little shell--
And cast your eggy souls into
The deepest eggy hell."
"Oh, yeah?" an Egg Men answered, "Ha!
Just try it, bristles, do!
We'll perforate your blubb'ry flesh
And yank your tusks out, too!
We'll sell them to the ivory trade
And ship you to a zoo!"
This Egg's brash attitude confused
The Walrus like the dickens
The Walrus thought his bulk alone
Would have the Eggs fear-stricken
Where did they get such courage?
Their whole family was chickens
And so they joined in battle
And the Egg Men hurled their spears
And the Walrus parried with his tusks
As Egg screams filled his ears
The spray commingled with the salt
Of Egg Men's mothers' tears
The Egg Men, they were savage
Crying "off with Walrus' head!"
But their tiny spears bounced, harmless
Off the giant pinniped
And it wasn't long before each Egg
Was cracked and splattered dead
And so the Walrus crushed and ate
The Egg Men, one and all
His victory was Pyrrhic, though
'Cause while he won the brawl
The Egg Men killed the Walrus, too--
With high cholesterol
shirt was designed by: toe2254, who is bigger than Jesus. That's not
surprising, though, when you consider the degree to which average human
size has increased over history. Have you ever seen an old suit of
armor at the museum? Jesus would have been totally shrimpy by modern
Wear this shirt: sitting in an English garden.
Don't wear this shirt: around Eric Burdon.
This shirt tells the world: "Paul's still not dead, right?"
We call this color: Egg Creme, Goo Goo G-Joob
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 15" x 14.61"
S - WS: 11.25" x 10.95"
Unhappy racecar drivers have known it for decades: pigeonhole Mario
Andretti at your peril. He's the only driver ever to win the Indy 500,
the Daytona 500, and the Formula One World Championship. He's won on
ovals, on road courses, on dragstrips. He's won on dirt and on
pavement. He's won races in five different decades and on five
different continents. If it's got a motor and four wheels, Mario's won
championships driving it.
So when he decided to pursue his
love for wine by founding Andretti Winery, do you think he eased off
the throttle? Not a bit. Even if winemaking isn't a competitive sport,
Mario Andretti didn't get where he is by settling for mediocre. And as
an Italian-American kid whose work took him to exotic locales all over
the world, he knows a thing or two about what good wine is.
first smart move was adding winemaker Bob Pepi to the Andretti Winery
pit crew. Bob had made a name for himself by pioneering the Sangiovese
grape at his family's Robert Pepi Winery, and for developing the
two-hearted canopy trellising system that everybody who grows Sauvignon
Blanc uses nowadays. He's the kind of guy you'd trust to select the
best grapes from Napa, Sonoma, and the Central Coast for your
Chardonnay - so that's exactly what Andretti Winery did.
result is the Andretti Winery 2005 Selections Chardonnay. The Andretti
California Selections series is based on the premise that enjoying fine
wine with every meal (OK, probably not breakfast) is a crucial part of
a rich, pleasurable life. Makes sense to us, especially after we
sniffed its bright green apple, citrus and spice aromas, with a twist
of vanilla. That slightly buttery mouth and clean, crisp finish sent us
scurrying to the fridge to see if we still had any roasted chicken or
But one thing puzzled us: why is this Indy-caliber wine available at NASCAR
prices? Turns out the 2006 Chard is revving its engine at the starting
line, and Andretti Winery needs to clear the '05 off the track. So you
can buy enough to load up the station wagon for the holidays, please
the wine snobs and the race fans alike, and still have some left over
to spray in the winner's circle.
Blend: 100% Chardonnay
Wine Growing Region: Mendocino Valley & Central Coast