(1) Altec Lansing VS3251 PC Multi-Media Home Theater System
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Or how hard it is to have guys falling all over her all the time? Or how other women resent her for her beauty? Funny how this person is almost never the hottest one in her group of friends. Wethinks the lady doth protest too much.
Suffice to say we're not exactly drooling over the idea of fitting a bunch of black rectangles with big Altec Lansing logos into our feng shui. We're willing to say they're not any more actively offensive than the typical 6-channel speaker system. But "not actively offensive" is a long way from "good-looking." And who cares, really? They sound decent, they're a cheap 6-channel system, and Altec Lansing makes good guts. But "good-looking"? Either their copywriter was rushing to get through a pile of product descriptions, or we should compliment Altec Lansing for being progressive enough to hire a blind copywriter.
Warranty: 1 Year Altec Lansing
Thrusts you into the movie and gaming experience
Feel shakes and quakes from the front-firing, long-throw subwoofer housed in a ported, wooden cabinet
Includes controls for stand-by, volume levels, stereo/surround modes, and toggle switch for your MP3 player and PC
Use the Surround mode with your PC's 6-channel sound card, or even your gaming console or DVD player, to thrill your senses with the vivid, panoramic experience of surround sound
Wall-mountable speakers with removable stands for a convenient and flexible installation
Maneki Neko, the iconic Japanese lucky cat, has brought good fortune to untold numbers of superstitious believers over the years. Now he takes his powers of luck and his trademark raised-hand gesture into the pixelated world of video gamery.
Wear this shirt: for a most auspicious journey through the kingdom of the mushrooms.
Don't wear this shirt: when you're shooting fireballs. Don't tell anybody, but these shirts are as inflammable as hydrogen gas.
This shirt tells the world: "He's not waving, he's beckoning. That's the way they do it over there. Also, sometimes they eat squids."
3X - S: 7.11" x 10" WXL - K4: 5.33" x 7.5"
Pantone Color(s): White - 169C - Pantone Yellow C - 150C - 166C - 185C - 368C
Please check our <a title="http://www.woot.com/SizingChart.htm" href="http://www.woot.com/SizingChart.htm" class="modalPopUp sizingchart">sizing chart</a> before you order. The Woot Tee follows a classic closer-fitting style. If you prefer a baggier look, order a larger size. If there is not a larger size, consider starting a belly-hanging-out trend.
These two bottles are so similar, they could take turns cutting class and the teachers would never catch on. Both bear the Ortman Family Vineyards name. Both are full of Pinot Noir. Both were born in 2006. Both are made in the rich, balanced, food-friendly "Ortman style" by Chuck Ortman and his son Matt. And both are from the same patch of Earth, the Fiddlestix Vineyard in the Santa Rita Hills.
But the clues are there if you know where to look for them. Or, rather, taste for them. The one labeled Fiddlestix Vineyard opens with aromas of strawberry, raspberry jam, and oak toast, while the one labeled Santa Rita Hills favors blackberry, black tea, truffle, and the occasional whiff of mineral. They both deliver cherry, spice, and cola flavors, but the Fiddlestix one adds wild berry, while the Santa Rita Hills one takes things in a plummier direction. Fiddlestix's finish is round and soft, while SRH's is fresh and vibrant. Food-wise, Fiddlestix is at its best with grilled meats or seafood, while Santa Rita Hills pairs well with softer, creamier dishes like poached salmon or creamy pasta. You get the idea. One pair of matching bookends, different as night and day.
Don't feel bad if it takes you a little while to recognize each one on the first sip. You'll get the hang of it - and anyway, when it comes to these Ortman Family Vineyards Pinot Noirs, the fun is in the trying.