It's a lonely job sometimes, but I'm not complaining. I'm the one
who volunteered for the park safety patrol. And with more and more
beautiful women jogging after dark these days, it's a job that needs
I understand the effect those provocatively arousing
jiggles can have on the lowlifes and scumbags who lurk in the park at
night. So I always have my N-Vision Night Vision Monocular at the
ready. Fitting easily in the palm of my hand, it features a built-in
infrared illuminator that lets me see in total darkness. Sometimes I
use my NVN3 model, with 2.0x magnification; other times I opt for the NVC5 or NVN5,
with their 3.2x magnification. Either way, female nighttime joggers can
exercise in peace, knowing that their every step is being monitored
from the shadows.
Believe me, a pretend safety professional
like me knows how enticing every curve of those firm, shapely bodies
can be. So I'll be keeping a close eye on you, ladies, with my trusty
N-Vision Night Vision Monocular. You never know what kind of perverts
you might run into out here.
know what's wrong with our generation? Here's this lovely, intricate
design featuring a striking, original variation on a floral theme. The
synthesis of botanical and flame-inspired visual elements underscores
the affinities between each, to thought-provoking effect. And all we
can think of when we see it is jumping on it so we can shoot fireballs
at the Koopas. Shame on us.
This shirt was designed by: Derby contestant mitohapa, a tenacious blossom forcing her way through the rock of Derby indifference, previously known for <a href="http://shirt.woot.com/Friends.aspx?k=5971">Against the Sky</a>.
Wear this shirt: to a pagan cabal near you.
Don't wear this shirt: as a loincloth. That's not a look you can really pull off. Sorry. Better you hear it from us than from total strangers.
This shirt tells the world: "I'm fiery, tenacious, and somewhat misshapen."
We call this color: That's Not A Black-Eyed Susan.
Design Placement: Right Side
3X - S: 10.67" x 19" WXL - K4: 7.3" x 13"
(2) 2004 375ml Shadow Canyon Late Harvest Pinot Blanc
Description: (click show to see it)
You ask us, fungus gets a bad rap. Sure, there are places you don't
want to find it, like between your toes or in your lungs or all over
your elm trees. But you wouldn't want to find pretty much anything
living between your toes, right? Why does fungus take all the blame?
It's easy to get creeped out by the idea of fungus. But without it,
we'd have no bread, no beer, no soy sauce, no penicillin, no blue
cheese. And don't get us started on mushrooms.
Shadow Canyon Cellars noticed a persistent fungus problem in the Pinot
Blanc vines in one section of the Bien Nacido Vineyards, how did they
react? After all, these were 33-year-old own-rooted vines supplied by
UC-Davis, a source of budwood for Pinot Blanc vines all over the state,
being manhandled by mean old fungus. Did the growers run shrieking like
so many other fungophobes would?
Don't bet your spores on
it. They actually intensified the conditions that helped produce
botrytis, the fungus behind the classic late-harvest Sauternes dessert
wines from France. A nightly sprinkler bath encouraged the development
of botrytis, the "Noble Rot" that's so bad for dry Pinot Blanc but so
good for the sweet stuff. Nature did the rest. Under the right
conditions, those fungi breed like microscopic, much-less-cute rabbits.
result is the Shadow Canyon Cellars 2004 "Paeonia" Pinot Blanc. While
only the third Paeonia offering, it's already taking its place as one
of the great California late harvest dessert wine, thanks to Bien
Nacido Vineyards' ideal terroir and the aforementioned botrytis.
Super-ripe honey, apricot, and peach notes strike a balance of sugar
and acidity that leave one's mouth coated in a thick layer of ecstasy.
we don't want to bump into fungus in certain intimate contexts. But in
its proper place, fungus does more than its share to make our lives
that much more pleasurable. The Shadow Canyon Cellars 2004 "Paeonia"
Pinot Blanc is just one more reason why.
2004 Shadow Canyon Late Harvest Pinot Blanc:
Varietal: Pinot Blanc
Vinyard Source: Bien Nacido Vineyard Santa Maria Valley
Brix at Harvest: 44.25
Residual Sugar: 27.4%
Production: 220 cases
Release Date: July 2007
This wine.woot is multiple bottles of the same type of wine. We're just showing you the back label now in the product pic.