(1) eMachines ET1810-01 Desktop PC with 1.6Ghz, 2GB RAM, 160GB SATA HDD, DVD�R/RW, Vista Home Basic
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But hey, no skin off my thumb. You ask me, they haven't made a decent video game since Pac-Man got married anyway. So while you new-jacks are dropping crazy dollars for processors that can push mad polygons, me and my Intel 1.6GHz Celeron processor are kicking it old-school. Why would I want to go to Liberty City when I've got the whole Oregon Trail at my fingertips?
I mean, that's not all we're doing. With a 160GB hard drive, 2GB memory, six USB ports, and embedded high-definition audio, we're browsing the web, listening to music, watching videos, and just generally taking care of business. We're doing everything you processor-queens are doing - except fragging Rakk Hives in the Borderlands, and I heard that game sucks anyway.
And at this price, hell, you could dedicate this eMachine to the menial tasks your main box doesn't have time for - you know, stuff like seeding torrents. Um, not that I know what that means, Mr. RIAA Lawyer and Mr. MPAA Lawyer. No, I filled up that whole 160GB hard drive with legally purchased music and movies. You should see my iTunes bill! Um, I'd actually show it to you right now but I left it in my other pants. At my girlfriend's house. In Canada.
Anyway, my point is, not only will the eMachines PC serve you admirably for browsing the web, playing media files, and getting work done, it'll also turn you into an avid enthusiast of vintage gaming. Because you won't have any other choice.
Secure Digital (SD)
High Capacity Secure Digital (HDSD)
Reduced-Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC)
Memory Stick Pro
Memory Stick Duo
Memory Stick Pro Duo
Okay, I know we're all a little winded after running from that seemingly nefarious, yet unseen force in the woods. Now that we've locked ourselves in this old cabin miles away from anyone who can help us, you're a little worried about our chances for survival. Let me just say, you have nothing to worry about. I'm a Creature Scout.
I mean, just look at my shirt. That's right, I was there during the Great Ectoplasmic Containment Explosion of 1984. Raccoon City in 1996? Survived that, too. And those reported vampire sightings up in Washington? Let's just say there's a little less sparkle to a certain tiny Northwestern town. The badges to prove it are all along this printed sash, buddy.
You're all a little skeptical. I understand. Let me just flip this switch over here and BAM! See how those badges glow with a supernatural light almost beyond human comprehension? I am that legit.
Now then, if there are no other questions, I'll just turn this light back on and... Hey, where did Debbie go?
Wear this shirt: As a reminder to the Denizens of the Dark that you mean serious business.
Don't wear this shirt: To the Annual Cantankerously Criminal Old Carnival Caretaker Convention. Especially, if you've brought a dog with you.
This shirt tells the world: "Nobody steps on a church in my town."
We call this color: Grim Situation Grey
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 15" x 18.09" WXL - WS: 11.25" x 13.57" K12 - K4: 9" x 10.85"
Pantone Color(s): - 532C - 7412C - 485C - Cool Gray 1C - 652C - Glow in the Dark
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Hi, my name is Vlad. It's been over three months since I had even a drop of blood.
Oh, when I first became one of the Unholy Dark Immortal Host Of The Night, I couldn't stop. I'd attack businessmen, schoolgirls, dancers, I even once attacked a sweaty guy who worked in a video store. All because of The Hunger. See, they didn't have it in stock and I got mad.
But those days are behind me now. Because I found something better, something that was made just for me. A lovely Vampire Vineyards Three Pack.
I know what you're thinking! I was there once myself! But the first taste of the 2005 Chateau Du Vampire, that deep lovely Cabernet Sauvignon, it won me over. It was complex, like a young woman of noble birth who was terrified and yet could not stay away, tasting of black cherry, spice, and chocolate. And best of all, I didn't even have to mesmerize it at a dinner party. All I needed was to find my opener! Which, I admit, was hard, since I'm used to using my fangs. But see? I grew as a person! And that was the first step to reclaiming my life.
Then there was the 2006 Vampire Merlot. Rich color with supple tannins, this Merlot went down easy and graceful, like a young gypsy boy in his prime. And those fruit flavors, full of sunshine! The subtle shadings of vanilla and oak! It was as though my mouth were free of an eternal curse, and everyone had been invited!
Truly, that would have been enough, but the Vampire Vineyards gave me one more bottle. The 2004 TrueBlood Syrah. From the gentle nights of Napa Valley, this Syrah is crushing cherry, plum smoke and spice. It even carries the forbidden stake of toasty oak among the blissfully smooth tannins for a bit of danger.
After this Vampire Vineyards three pack, you'll never again crave the essence of the living. Never again will you stalk the shadows, feeding on the available as you are able. Never again will you run through misty streets, desperate to find shelter before the first rays of dawn. You may get a little on your cloak but some club soda should take that right out. Rejoice, my brothers! For the Vampire Vineyards Three pack will set you free, just as it did for me!
And now, my friend from the Black Lagoon wants to tell us how he beat heroin. Please give him a round of applause.
Personally, I'd use this plate, bowl and utensils set for a kid's place-setting. It's proportioned just right for toddler-sized meals. And the four compartments keep food separated, which I guess is so your bean gravy doesn't run all over, but would also be perfect for my kid, who's real particular about foods touching.
(I used to get exasperated, telling him "it all mooshes together in your belly!" But that just grossed him out worse and made him not want to eat more than one kind of food at the same meal to avoid just that abdominal mixing.)
I like how I can snap the two little bowls on the edge of the plate in any kind of configuration I want. I guess those are the bean gravy bowls? And the plate's where you put the... I dunno, the main dish, whatever people put bean gravy on?
The adaptable Benders utensils are pretty great for beginning eaters, too. You can bend the ends of this spork and spoon to where they're just the right angle for a toddler's clumsy-fisted grip. As the kid's motor skills develop, you can straighten them out, little by little, until the kid's ready for regular utensils. That's what I'd use them for, anyway. Hard to say what their bean-gravy-specific intended use is. But hey, I'm not the most cultured dude on the ranch. Maybe these things are just to bean gravy what chopsticks are to rice noodles.
Where do they eat bean gravy, anyway? Is it like a Peruvian thing?
It's a great little set anyway, scratch-resistant, dishwasher-safe, and it seems like the interlocking feature would make the whole setting a little more stable, which is probably to keep the bean gravy from sloshing, but would work just as well for any type of messy toddler chow.
I just don't get what's so special about bean gravy that it demands its own dedicated set of dinnerware.
Wait, what? It's not a "bean gravy" set? It's what?
Well, that makes even less sense.
Recommended ages: 9+ months
Boon Groovy Plate & Bowl Set
Includes three-piece set of interlocking plate and bowls
Excellent for toddler-sized meals
Four compartments keep food separated- perfect for dipping sauces or small portions
Two small bowls snap on edge of plate in any position; allowing for fun, customizable configuration
Scratch-resistant, dishwasher-safe materials
Dimensions: (L) 10.25" x (W) 9.25" x (H) 1"
Weight: 0.20 lbs
Boon Benders Adaptable Utensils
Includes (1) fork and (1) spoon utensil
Head of utensils an be adjusted to accommodate child's motor skill development
Designed for first-time eaters
Helps children transition to regular utensils
Adapts to developing grip -- use a sharper angle for early stages, straight for advanced stages
Soft, light-weight, easy-grip handles
Dimension: (L) 4.75" x (W) 0.75" x (H) 0.50"
(Note: Plate/Bowl Set and Utensils are NOT MICROWAVABLE)