(2) Energizer Energi To Go iPod/iPhone Battery Charger
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And I need it. I need it bad. Sure, everybody wants to listen to their iPod while they're running. But for me there's more to it than that. I'm telling you, listening to nothing but that damn bass drum - BOOM BOOM BOOM, day after day after day - it's enough to make you chew off your own foot. If I'm gonna be out on the road all day, I gotta get my Michael Bolton on.
What's so funny? The man is one of the all-time great song stylists.
So I had a little talk with the geeks in R&D. Hey, howzabout a little lightweight, portable power for my iPod and iPhone, guys? I've made this company a nickel or two, and all I usually ask in return is a head of lettuce a day and the occasional new pair of sunglasses, so my special requests tend to get listened to back at Energizer HQ.
Next thing I know, there are a couple of these Energizer Energi To Go Portable Power dealies in my cage. I just select which model I'm using, install some of the included Energizer e2 Lithium batteries, lock my iPod or iPhone in, and I'm charged up for 30+ hours of audio or 10+ hours of video, depending on the model. What's that you asked? Does it just keep go-
No, no, no. I'm off the clock. And I don't give that one away for free.
a hump like a snowhill $10.00 + $0 shipping -or- $5 expedited shipping
(1) Baby Blue Woot Tee
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But just a simple piece of paper might not be enough. There are hundreds of aquatic scoundrels who travel the country, looking for sad and lonely widows and widowers who fear being left alone forever.
They come on like big fish, just there for companionship, but in reality, they are mammals, wanting the same thing all mammals want. Before long that polite gentleman who always takes out the trash is ordering shrimp by the truckload and having a giant water tank added to the backyard... all with the money you meant for your loved ones to have.
Lawyers joke about it amongst themselves. The moment there's a will, there's a whale. Don't leave your loved ones to figure out their own way in a moment of supreme grief. Invest in a giant squid, and keep your family safe... in the long term.
This message brought to you by the International Foundation For Giant Squids.
Wear this shirt: if you're a whale who really wants to be in the Green Lantern Corps. Marketing never hurt anyone. It's even the right color so you can impress the bosses.
Don't wear this shirt: when lying on the beach. It might seem funny, but people don't like to be fooled into pushing other people into the water.
This shirt tells the world: "Will's around here somewhere, hang on, I'll get him."
We call this color: Baby Blue Whale (awwwwww)
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 14" x 5.56"
WXL - K4: 9" x 3.57"
If you've seen <a href="http://wine.woot.com/Blog/ViewEntry.aspx?Id=7649">his recent Wine.Woot guest blog post</a>, you've learned a thing or two about Pinot Noir and Carneros from Kent Rasmussen, a guy who knows. You've learned how California produced lousy Pinot until the early pioneers realized it needed cool weather. You know that a windswept, forgotten corner of Napa called Carneros gave birth to the first high-quality California Pinot Noir back in the '60s. And you know that despite the rise of other cool wine-growing regions, it still produces the best and most distinctive Pinot Noir on the West Coast.
But knowing something and knowing it are two different things. It's fine to read about the unique character of Carneros Pinot, especially when the commentator is as knowledgeable and articulate as Kent. But the truth is in the tasting.
And according to the winemaker, the 2006 Kent Rasmussen Pinot Noir is one of the best vintages in years. A growing season with warm days, cool nights, no rain, and no heat spikes produced ideal Pinot grapes. And since he's been working with these vines for so many years now, Kent Rasmussen knows just how to coddle and caress them during the fermentation process. The result is a rich, rounded Pinot Noir, with its black cherry, mushroom, licorice, raspberry, and vanilla character enhanced by the addition of some Hungarian oak barrels to the usual French oak.
As we were saying earlier, though, there's only so much that mere words can convey. We'll stop wagging our tongues so you can start wrapping yours around the distinctively Carneros quality of this 2006 Kent Rasmussen Pinot Noir.
2006 Carneros Estate Pinot Noir:
Vineyard: Rasmussen Carneros Estate Vineyard on Cuttings Wharf Road in the Napa-Carneros