(1) Pentax Optio M50 8MP 5x Zoom 2.5" LCD Digital Camera
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It's always tricky selecting a camera. Some are too big to carry
everywhere comfortably. Some are too puny features-wise. Some are too
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How's a poor schmendrick like you supposed to avoid making the kind of
terrible, terrible decision that you'll regret for the rest of your
We have a modest suggestion: You could leave it
to us. We're experts. We know about this stuff. We're uniquely equipped
to decide, after long and careful deliberation, after considering your
specific personal needs and budget--and after noticing that we've got a
buttload of Pentax Optio M50s in our warehouse--that the Pentax Optio M50 is the right digital camera for you.
Look, it takes bright, clear, eight-megapixel pictures. It's got a 5X optical zoom. It's got a real nice two-and-a-half-inch LCD.
It comes with a rechargeable battery. It's compact, lightweight--and if
you happen to be a newborn infant, it comes in your color. Choose from
pink or blue based on the contents of your diaper.
No, not those contents. The permanent contents. Up front.
Perhaps best of all, though, the Optio's event sounds (e.g. start-up, shutter) can be set to cat noises. Yes, really!
So take a look at the Pentax Optio M50.
Consider its many virtues. Then weigh it against the prospect of
another couple months of hand-wringing, hair-pulling and brain-wracking
over a decision that, let's face it, we're much better qualified to
make than you are. After all, when it comes to what to buy, have we
ever steered you wrong?
Shocked? I'll say it was shocked. That old camera flipped out when
it saw me. Did you know it was still using film? Talk about lame.
that's what old people are like. As for me, I'm part of the digital
generation. I can do things they never dreamed of. And I don't need
some "photo lab" go-between. That means I can be more daring than those
old cameras ever dreamed about. You think they make a coat like this in
110 film size?
Those old cameras talk about puppy dogs and
family portraits. Hey, that's not what a digital is for. I'm part of
the Facebook Generation, yo, I'm gonna show it off to everyone! Who
cares if my shadow looks like ET holding a birdcage?
Those old cameras just have to deal with it. It's not the Seventies any more, Wodak! Feast your eyes on this glass!
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This shirt tells the world: "Why don't you take a picture, it'll last longer."
We call this color: Bare Asphalt
Design Placement: Centered
M - 3X: 15.5" x 10.51"
S - WS: 11.62" x 7.88"
Pantone Color(s): Black - Cool Gray 6C - Cool Gray 3C - White
France and Italy. Italy and France. Sometimes in the wine biz, it
seems like that's all you ever hear. Just because those countries
essentially invented the modern wine industry, they think they're so
smart. Well, what if we took some simple descriptions of this Fortitude
three-pack from Etude Winery and used an online translation program to
translate them into French, then Italian, then back into English? Would
they sound so smart about wine then? Let's take a look...
Fortitude 2004 Frediani Field Blend brings together several unusual
varietals into a unique experience for red lovers. Primarily Charbono
with some Carignane, Valdigui�, and Petite Sirah, it's made from
sixty-year-old vines grown in the Frediani family vineyard near
Calistoga in Napa Valley.
2004 of field of Frediani of courage collects many varietals little
common in un' only experience for the red sweethearts. Above all
Charbono with some Carignane, Valdigui�, and small sirah, it's fact
beginning from the lives of sixty-year-old cultivated in the screw of
family of Frediani near Calistoga in Napa Valley.
distinctive mixture of Zinfandel, Petite Sirah, Primitivo, Barbera, and
Tempranillo, the Fortitude 2005 Shake Ridge delivers luscious, rich
flavors of black fruit, earth, and spice built on a framework of
concoction symbol of Zinfandel, small sirah, Primitivo, Barber, and
Tempranillo, the Ridge jolt of the courage 2005 delivery the succulenti
and rich sapori of the black fruit, the earth, and l' Spezia
constructed on a picture of structured tannins.
aromas of honeysuckle, white fig, and melon herald the crisp, bright
Fortitude 2006 Semillon. Citrus and apple flavors with just a touch of
minerality refresh and awaken the palate. This zesty wine is made
entirely from Semillon from twenty-five-year-old vines grown in the
Luvisi family vineyard in Napa Valley.
aromas d' ch�vrefeuille, of fico white man, and h�raut of melone the
courage that sgranocchia and luminous Semillon 2006. The sapori of
lemon and just apple with a contact of minerality regenerate and wake
up the palace. This wine zesty is made entire beginning from Semillon
of the lives of twenty-five-year-old cultivated in the screw of family
of Luvisi in Napa Valley.
Yeah, that's not total nonsense
or anything! Next time us "red sweethearts" need a "jolt of the
courage" to "wake up the palace", we'll give you a call, Europe! In the
meantime, we'll be enjoying this star-spangled, all-American,
red-white-and-blue-blooded Fortitude three-pack from Etude winery. USA! USA! USA!
2004 Frediani Field Blend
Blend of Charbono (72%), Carignane (15%), Valdigui� (8%) and Petite Sirah (5%)
60+ year old vines grown in the Frediani family vineyard near Calistoga in Napa Valley.
2005 Shake Ridge
Blend of Zinfandel (45%), Petite Sirah (21%), Primitivo (18%), Barbera (9%) and Tempranillo (7%)
Kraemer Family's Shake Ridge Vineyards in Amador County
2006 Fortitude Semillon
25-year old vines grown in the Luvisi family vineyard near Calistoga in Napa Valley