8″ LumiStick Brand Glowsticks Glow Stick Bracelets Mixed Colors (Tube of 100)

October 25th, 2014 No comments

8" LumiStick Brand Glowsticks Glow Stick Bracelets Mixed Colors (Tube of 100)

  • Authentic Lumistick Brand Premium Glow Products
  • Includes 100 Connectors (Make Bracelets, Necklaces & More)
  • Contains 5 Bright Colors: Pink, Green, Blue, Yellow & Orange
  • Glows 8 - 12 Hours; Brand New & Fresh from the Factory
  • Great for Halloween, Parties, Bath Tub Fun, Weddings, Bars & More
The best brand of glow sticks on the market. You will receive 1 tube of 100 Lumistick brand luminescent light bracelets. Each tube contains an even mix of 5 colors -- Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Pink. Your order will also contain 100 connectors so you can hook the ends together to make bracelets and necklaces. Once they start glowing, Lumistick brand glow bracelets will last you all night. They will glow super bright for 8 - 10 hours. Then, they will start to fade out but may continue to emit some light for up to 36 hours. These Lumistick brand glow bracelets are fresh from the factory. They were manufactured just a few weeks ago and guaranteed to be fresh when you receive them. Can't use them all in one night? They have a shelf life of 2 years prior to activation. Inside the glow bracelets are two chemicals that emit light or glow when they are mixed together. When you bend it for the first time, you break an inner tube. This mixes the two chemicals together. Just shake it up and presto -- it starts glowing like magic! Lumistick brand glow products are non-toxic. They are not radioactive and they are not flammable. The almost never break open, but if they do, the chemicals inside Lumistick brand glow products can be washed off skin and clothes with ordinary soap or detergent.

List Price: $ 15.99 Price: $ 2.45


Skeleton Restroom Door Cover Party Accessory (1 count) (1/Pkg)

  • This item is a great value!
  • 1 per package
  • Halloween party item
  • Hanging Decorations for festive occasions
  • High Quality
Beistle 00014 Skeleton Restroom Door Cover. Each door cover is printed one side on 2.25 mil plastic and measures 30 Inch by 5 feet. Indoor and outdoor use. Great for any Halloween home party.

List Price: $ 4.85 Price: $ 3.96

Web PC Suite for Android – App Review

October 25th, 2014 No comments

Managing and coordinating files between the desktop computes and your mobile device can be a real pain. Today we’re taking a look at Web PC Suite for Android and it makes all the pain go away.

Web PC Suite is a very simple application on the Android phone but it is, in fact, very powerful. With just a few taps and a completely automatic QR-code based “pairing” method, your phone will be connected with your computer’s web browser in a matter of minutes. Once connected, you will have complete access to all your files and media from the web browser. What’s really cool about Web PC Suite is that the web browser access is built around a very powerful web application that actually runs on your phone. With the help of this web app, browsing, copying and downloading files seems like its happening in a native desktop environment. It feels natural and not out of place. Navigation is gorgeous, and very simple. On the left side you’ll have section that you can access such as Files, Gallery, Videos, Music and Applications. Each of these sections will prompt a draggable popup that displays its content. Close and reopen these windows as needed. Once you close the browser window, the connection terminates and you can go back to using your device as usual, but now, with all the updated files.

Web PC Suite was a really pleasant surprize. In the past, web-based file management was insanely slow and tedious. With Web PC Suite, its lightning fast, beautiful and most importantly, easy to setup and teardown. If you need constant access to your devices files, this app is absolutely a must have, especially considering that its free.

Check out Web PC Suite for Android on the Google Play Store!


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Games: Power Rangers Super Samurai (3D Game)

October 25th, 2014 50 comments

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Cutler having the best worst season

October 24th, 2014 No comments

Jay Cutler this season, as with every season since he came to Chicago, been the subject of much debate. He’s played very well at times and made unforgivable errors at other times. With the offense struggling and discussions of lack of leadership, I think it’s possible that Cuter is having both the best and worst season by a quarterback in franchise history.

Jay Cutler, in his ninth season in the NFL and sixth in Chicago, remains polarizing both league-wide and among Chicago fans.

He is, without a doubt, a frustrating player.

After showing so much promise last year under Marc Trestman, through seven games this year Cutler is responsible for 10 of the team’s 13 turnovers (seven interceptions and three fumbles lost).

Cutler is infuriating to many and, after this long in the league, it is clear he will never be “elite” and he will never stop making awful decisions and boneheaded mistakes. Those cannot be coached out of him, they are just ingrained in his game and fans will always be on the edge of their seats in close games, hoping and praying that every time Cutler drops back he doesn’t give up the football.

It’s just the way it is.

But that’s not to say it’s all bad. Cutler is talented and when he’s good, he can be really, really good. Despite his shortcomings he is still a top-half of the league quarterback, which is to say that he is good enough to win a Super Bowl.

Sure, Cutler might need more help than say a Tom Brady or Peyton Manning in order to reach and win a Super Bowl, but to me he is as good as a Ben Roethlisberger or Joe Flacco and can win a ring with a complete team around him.

This season Jay Cutler is having the best season for a quarterback in the franchise’s 84-year history. But, by virtue of the team’s record, the eye test and the results of the offense, it is, too, arguably one of the worst, especially when placed in the context of the expectations and the team performance for the 2014 season.

It is, therefore, the Best Worst Season Ever by a Bears quarterback.

Cutler, the mistake-prone, injury-riddled, no-crap-giving quarterback is on pace for the first 4,000-yard season in team history. He’s on pace for 32 touchdowns and 16 interceptions. He has the highest completion percentage (67.3 percent) and quarterback rating (94.4) of his career. He has a 2:1 touchdown to interception ratio (14 to 7). He has the third-highest TD percentage (second if you discount his five-game rookie season) and second-lowest interception percentage of his career.

On their own those are fantastic stats. If I had posted these stats on the blog back in August and said these are Cutler’s stats through seven games, what would you have thought their record was? Even without knowing how much better the defense was or which players had been injured and knowing the schedule was tough, I’m guessing most would have said that the team would be 5-2, no worse than 4-3 perhaps, but there would certainly be a lot of hope for the season.

But, unfortunately that’s not the case. The team is 3-4 and appears to be listless. They do not have a well-formed offensive identity, they don’t appear to have a lot of great leadership, and their coaching staff is a huge question mark after coming into the season with a decent approval rating.

As for Cutler, people are losing faith with every game. There is an ever-growing feeling that the contract extension was a huge mistake. There are some looking forward to two or three seasons from now when the team can dump his contract and start over at QB.

Cutler is on pace for his best season as a Bear. If he stays healthy, it will likely be the greatest statistical season at that position in franchise history.

And yet, if the team misses the playoffs, his mistakes continue to come at crucial points in games and the offense remains middling, it will all be considered a failure. It will be one of the single most disappointing seasons in team history.

Isn’t that, in a nutshell just the paradox of Jay Cutler? Simultaneously the best and worst.

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Green Toys School Bus

October 24th, 2014 No comments

Green Toys School Bus

  • No metal axles
  • Open roof for additional play options
  • Great for indoor and outdoor play
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Made in United States
  • All Green Toys products are packaged in recycled corrugated boxes with no plastics, cellophane or twist-ties, and are 100% recyclable
Green Toys School Bus

School’s in session with the planet’s favorite new kid in class – the Green Toys School Bus! This sturdy bus is ready to be loaded up for an earth-friendly ride to the classroom, a field trip, or whatever excursion little scholars see fit. Made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs. No BPA, PVC or phthalates. Recommended for ages 1 and up.

Green Toys School Bus
The unique open roof design makes it easy for kids to load in passengers, and also to hold and maneuver the bus as they roll it along.
Green Toys Save Energy
Recycled plastic versus virgin plastic saves tremendous amounts of energy.
Classic Toys with an Eco Friendly Twist

This School Bus is not your typical toy vehicle. Manufactured and assembled in the USA, it’s made from 100% post consumer recycled plastic milk jugs (HDPE #2 plastic) that save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. With no external coatings, paints, or dyes, this super-safe, durable toy is good for the earth and safe and fun for little ones. It’s also packaged in recycled and recyclable materials with no plastic films or twist ties, and printed with soy ink.

Imaginitive Play - Inside or Outside

Preschoolers will love wheeling this bus on all sorts of adventures. With 17 windows and a long open roof, children have the freedom to load in any number of passengers for each ride, whether in the driver’s seat up front, the long bench in the back, or one of the four seats in the middle. From the dials on the dashboard to the electric plug in the back, all of the careful details on this bus help bring imaginative role play to life.

Old-Fashioned Fun that's Made in the USA!

Like all Green Toys products, the School Bus is manufactured in the USA with a tight, local supply chain that minimizes transportation emissions and supports the domestic economy. Specifically designed without metal axles and also dishwasher safe, it's great for both indoor and outdoor play since it won't rust and is easy to clean!

Green Toys are made from 100% recycled plastic.
Green Toys products are made from 100% recycled plastic milk jugs (#2 recycled HDPE).

At a Glance
  • Ages: One and up
  • Requires: Ready to play indoors or out
  • Made in the USA from 100 percent recycled milk jugs
  • Sturdy design features open roof and no metal axles
  • Encourages development of gross and fine motor skills
  • Phthalate and BPA free
  • US supply chain reduces greenhouse gas and saves energy
  • Easy to clean--can even go in the dishwasher
  • Fat Brain Toy Award 2012 Winner

List Price: $ 27.99 Price: $ 14.01

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Remarks by the First Lady at a Grassroots Campaign Event with Democratic Candidate for Governor John Hickenlooper and Democratic Candidate for Senate Mark Udall — Fort Collins, Colorado

October 24th, 2014 No comments

Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado

:21 P.M. MDT
 
MRS. OBAMA:  This is a crowd!  Oh, my goodness!  Yes!  (Applause.)  Look at you guys.  You all are fired up, I love it.  Oh, my goodness.  You guys sound so good.  This sounds like a lot of work is going to be happening, right?  (Applause.)  Thank you guys so much. 
 
AUDIENCE MEMBER:  I see you, First Lady!
 
MRS. OBAMA:  I see you!  I see you — see you!  (Applause.)  Now I want to see you vote.  (Applause.)  Well, if you haven’t noticed, I’m thrilled to be here at CSU with all of you guys.  And I’m thrilled to be here to support your Senator and Governor, our friends Mark Udall and John Hickenlooper.  Let’s give them a big round of applause.  (Applause.) 
 
Now, I just want to start with Mark, because I think it says a lot about Mark that, as you heard, years ago, he served as the Executive Director of Colorado Outward Bound.  And he’s spent his life scaling some of biggest, baddest mountains here in this state and around the world.  That’s pretty cool.
 
That tells you that he knows what it means to run a business, which is why he has fought to support clean energy, aerospace, and high-tech businesses here in this state so that they can keep creating good jobs.  Mark’s background also tells us that he is practical and tenacious, which is why Mark has reached out across party lines out in Washington.  And he’s focused on real solutions, like getting the best services for our veterans, working to balance our budget, ensuring that folks in this state had the relief they needed after those devastating floods and wildfires.  (Applause.)
 
So this is a man after my own heart.  And he’s a good family man, too, a decent man, man with good values. 
 
And as for your Governor, John, you heard — his record as Governor speaks for itself.  (Applause.)  I want to repeat this, because during his time in office, Colorado’s unemployment rate dropped from 9.1 percent to 4.7 percent.  That’s what your Governor did.  (Applause.)  Your Governor took this state from 40th to 4th in the nation in the creation of jobs.  That’s amazing — 200,000 new jobs in this state.  (Applause.)  That’s important work.
 
John has passed four balanced budgets with bipartisan support.  He’s started restoring funding in education, which is so important.  (Applause.)  Yes to education!  (Applause.)  It is absolutely the most important thing we can be doing in this country, without a doubt.
 
John has worked with businesses and environmental groups to adopt clean air standards.  He’s helped our veterans and our military spouses, which is near and dear to my heart.  He’s done so much for this state.  
 
And I just want to tell you that Mark and John both understand the values of independence and fairness that folks here in Colorado believe in.  That’s why they fought to raise the minimum wage; as you heard, get women equal pay for their work, and will stand up for women’s rights to make our decisions about our own bodies.  That’s what’s at stake.  (Applause.) 
 
So this is why I’m here.  This is why this race is so important.  If you all want a Senator and a Governor who share your values, and who will be there for you and your families every single day, then we’ve got to get this done.  You need to reelect Mark Udall as your Senator and John Hickenlooper as your Governor.  You guys, we can get this done.  We can get this done.  (Applause.) 
 
I just want to also recognize a couple of other outstanding Colorado leaders we have here today.  We’ve got Senator Bennet, of course, Congressman Jared Polis.  (Applause.)  And your next State Treasurer, former Congresswoman Betsy Markey.  They’re all here.  We’re so grateful for their leadership and for their service.
 
But I’m here also because I want to thank all of you.  Really.  (Applause.) 
 
AUDIENCE MEMBER:  We love you, Michelle!  (Applause.)
 
MRS. OBAMA:  And let me tell you, I love you guys.  Because the students here — and while I love everyone, but — (laughter) — but I’m so proud of our young people, because you all are the next generation.  For you all, this is important.  And you all are important to us. 
 
And that’s why I’m so excited to see so many young people.  Because this election is really about you guys.  It’s about your hopes and your dreams, and the world that you want to pass onto your kids and your grandkids.  That’s why I get all passionate about this stuff.  (Applause.)  We’re handing this over to you.  And I know your President wants to make sure he doesn’t hand you a mess.  (Applause.) 
 
So these elections are important.  But here’s the thing:  Despite that fundamental truth — that elections are important — I know that too many young people feel that elections just don’t matter; that politics doesn’t really make a difference so why bother to show up and vote.  So if there’s anyone here who feels this way, or knows someone who feels this way, I just want you to consider some facts.  I want you to think about all the change that we’ve seen these past six years under President Barack Obama.  (Applause.) 
 
Now, some of you may be too young to really remember what things were like back in 2008 when Barack first took office, because you guys were young.  (Laughter.)  But let me just break it down, because sometimes when things are better, we don’t really have a sense of how bad things were.  But things were bad.
 
Our economy was literally on the brink of collapse, and that is not an exaggeration.  Wall Street banks were folding.  You can imagine — folding.  We were losing 800,000 jobs every month — every month.  People were worried about whether we were headed for another Great Depression — can you imagine that?  And that wasn’t just talk, that was a real possibility. 
 
This was just some of the mess that Barack was handed on day one as President of the United States.  And I could go on.  (Laughter and applause.)  But I don’t want to dwell on the past, because we’re living in a better future.  (Applause.) 
 
So now I want you to think about how things look today, just six years later.  Think about this as you wonder whether politics matters, whether voting matters. 
 
By almost every economic measure, we are better off today than when Barack first took office.  Why?  Our businesses have created more than 10 million new jobs since 2010 — do you hear me?  This is the longest — this marks the longest uninterrupted run of private sector job growth in our nation’s history.  (Applause.)  The unemployment rate for young people is down from a high of about 10.6 percent in 2009 to 6.2 percent today. 
 
More young people are graduating from college than ever before.  (Applause.)  And here’s something that you might be feeling right now — your President has helped to expand financial aid.  (Applause.)  Yes!  And for millions of students, we’re going to be capping federal student loan payments at no more than 10 percent of your income, because we believe that you shouldn’t be buried in debt when you’re just starting out in life, like me and the President were.  (Laughter.)  So we understand what this means for you. 
 
Under the Affordable Care Act, millions of young people have health care because they can now stay on their parents’ insurance until they’re 26 years old.  (Applause.)  So when you graduate from school, if you can’t find a job right away, if you’re trying to do something entrepreneurial, if you’re trying to do something creative, you won’t be left out in the cold just praying that you don’t get sick or hurt — which was the case before the Affordable Care Act.  (Applause.)  
 
And for the last six years, we’ve had a President who shares our most fundamental values; a President who ends hurtful policies like “don’t ask, don’t tell;” a President who truly believes that everyone in this country should have a chance to succeed no matter what they look like, how much money they have, or who they love.  (Applause.) 
 
I could go on and on and on.  Who represents you matters.  So if anyone ever tells you that elections don’t matter, you tell them to look back at the last six years.  Tell them about those two elections that changed the course of history in this country.  And tell them that the same thing is true this year right here in Colorado.  It’s true right here.
 
As you heard, in this election, you all have the opportunity to vote for leaders who share your values; leaders who are going to fight to create jobs, make sure those jobs pay decent wages; leaders who will build good schools, make college more affordable.  That’s the kind of leader Mark is.  That’s the kind of leader John is.  And that’s why we need to do everything we can to get them reelected as your Senator and your Governor.  And you all can make that happen.  We are counting on you. 
 
So let’s talk about how we’re going to do this — because it won’t be easy.  We know that there is too much money in politics — that’s a given.  We know that special interests have way too much influence — that’s a given.  But the thing, especially for young people, I want you to understand is that they had plenty of money and plenty of influence back in 2008 and 2012, and we still won those elections.  Remember that. 
 
And you want to know why we won?  Because young people like so many of you — for years, folks had counted you out.  That was the conventional wisdom — that young people don’t care, young people aren’t engaged, they won’t show up on Election Day, hoping you’ll oversleep, just forget.  But boy, did you all show up for Barack Obama.  (Applause.) 
 
Young people, so many of them, knocked on doors.  You all did the work of making the calls.  You used every kind of social media tool available — things I’d never even heard of.  (Laughter.) 
 
And here’s the thing — you inspired people across the country to get to the polls and to cast their votes.  And what happened in 2008 and 2012 reminded us of a simple truth:  that at the end of the day, the folks running those special interest groups and pouring all that money into campaigns, they each just have one vote — and so do all of us.  And those votes are what decides elections in this country — remember that.  And that’s why Barack Obama is President right now.  He’s President because a whole bunch of folks who never voted before showed up and voted in 2008 and 2012. 
 
And that’s why a lot of people were shocked when Barack won.  They were shocked.  Some people are still shocked, because, sadly, they were counting on folks like us to stay home.  But we proved them wrong.  Barack won because record numbers of women and minorities and young people showed up.  (Applause.) 
 
But here’s what happens, is that when the midterms came along, too many of our people just tuned out.  We’re still not in the habit of knowing that it’s every two years there’s something serious happening.  (Laughter.)  And that’s what folks on the other side are counting on this year, because they know that when we stay home, they win.  So they’re assuming that we won’t care.  They’re hoping that we won’t be organized.  They’re praying that we won’t be energized.  And only we can prove them wrong. 
 
So make no mistake about it, this race is going to be tight.  We know that races like this can be won or lost by just a few thousand, even a few hundred votes.  I just want to make this real for you — just think back to the Senate race here in Colorado in 2010.
 
The outcome of that election was decided by about 14,000 votes.  And while that might sound like a lot, when you break that number down, that’s just five votes per precinct.  And this is where I want the young people to understand — that’s five votes per precinct.  That decided an election.  And that could be the margin of difference this year; in all likelihood, it will be. 
 
And I know that every single person in this room knows five people that you can get to vote for Mark Udall and for John Hickenlooper.  I know you do.  (Applause.)  Just think of that five when you’re thinking about whether you’re going to mail your ballot in; when you think about talking to your peers and they’re like, I’m tired, I don’t know — it’s five votes.
 
So let’s be clear:  This one is on us.  This is our votes.  This one is on us.  We can’t wait around for anyone else to do this.  It’s on us to get people organized and energized and out to vote. 
 
And you can start right now, today, by voting by mail, voting early in person — Mark ran over it — you vote by mail, be sure to put your ballot in the mail as soon as possible with two stamps.  Or you can just bring it to the early-voting location nearest you.  You can also vote early in person, as Mark said, from now until Election Day.  In this state it couldn’t be easier. 
 
However you decide to vote, just don’t wait another minute, especially for our students.  You guys, do this now.  Get this done.  Don’t put this off.  Just check it off your to-do list today.
 
I want a show of hands of how many people have already voted.  (Applause.)  All right, that’s not enough.  (Laughter.)  We’re very excited, but there’s a lot of potential just in this room. 

So in fact, if you live here in Larimer County, you can vote right in the Lory Center.  So just head down to the North Ballroom of this building and cast your vote.  Get it done now, and bring everyone you know with you.  Bring your roommate.  Bring your teammate.  Bring folks from your fraternity or your sorority.  (Applause.)  Bring that cute girl or guy that you met at the party last weekend — and for the parents in the room, for you — who met them at the library.  (Laughter.)  You’re studying very hard. 
 
And then, as Mark said, we need you to volunteer.  That’s really important, especially for students.  We need you to knock on some doors, make calls.  Do that hard work.  You can just go to MarkUdall.com, and that’s where you can sign up there.  Or you can find somebody here with the clipboards and sign up.  Don’t leave here without getting that done.  Don’t wait another minute.  Get started.  Because we’ve got less than two weeks until Election Day. 
 
And this year simply could not be more important.  Because if we don’t get folks out to vote, if we don’t elect leaders like Mark and John, then we know exactly what will happen.  We are going to see more folks interfering in women’s private decisions about our health care.  We’re going to see more opposition to immigration reform, to raising the minimum wage for hard-working folks.

So let’s be very clear:  If you think that folks who work 40 or 50 hours a week shouldn’t have to live in poverty in the wealthiest nation on the planet; if you don’t want women’s bosses making decisions about their birth control; if you think women should get equal pay for equal work; if you think that every young person in this country should have a chance to go to college and build a good life for themselves, then we need you to step up now and get everyone you know to vote for Mark Udall and John Hickenlooper.  (Applause.)   
 
That’s what’s at stake in this election — it’s the kind of country that we want to leave for you all.  And I want us to remember, our kids are counting on us to stand up for them.  And there are wonderful kids all over this country who are counting on us.  I meet them everywhere I go.  I know there are many of these kids here today.
 
They’re kids like Rashema Melson, who is one of my mentees at — in the White House program where we mentor kids.  Rashema’s father was murdered when she was a baby, and for years her family was homeless.  There were days when Rashema didn’t have clean clothes to wear to school. 
 
But here — Rashema showed up every morning to school.  She threw herself into every class.  This girl’s brilliant, vibrant personality — often waking up in the middle of the night to do her homework because that’s the only time it was quiet in the homeless shelter where she lived. 
 
And by senior year, Rashema had earned herself a 4.0 GPA.  She graduated as valedictorian of her class.  And right now, today, this minute, she is on full scholarship at Georgetown University.  I’m so proud of her.  (Applause.) 
 
But there are millions of Rashemas across this country.  There are thousands of them here.  There are hundreds of them in this room.  I meet so many kids like her — kids who wake up early and take the long route to school to avoid the gangs.  Kids who juggle afterschool jobs to support their families and stay up late to get their homework done.  Kids whose parents don’t speak a word of English, but who are fighting every day to realize their dream of a better life.  
 
These kids have every reason to give up.  They have every reason to quit.  But they are so hungry to succeed.  They are so desperate to lift themselves up.  And that is why we do what we do.  That is what keeps Barack and I working hard, despite the mess.  We work hard because those kids never give up, and neither can we.  (Applause.) 
 
So this is what we need to do:  Between now and November 4th, we need to be energized for them.  We need to be inspired for them.  We need to pour everything we have into this election so that they can have the opportunities they need to build the future they deserve.
 
And if we all do that, if we keep stepping up — just look at the power in this room.  You feel the energy right here.  If we keep stepping up and bringing others along the way, then I am confident that we can keep on making that change we believe in.  I know we will reelect Mark Udall as Senator.  I know we will reelect John Hickenlooper as Governor.  And I know that together, we can build that future worthy of all our kids.
 
You guys stay fired up.  Get it done.  I love you all so much.  (Applause.)
 
END  
3:44 P.M. MDT

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Grandma Intends To Protect Home From Wi-Fi And Cellular Signals

October 24th, 2014 No comments

grandma wifi blockerFor many of us, not having a decent signal on our smartphones, or even being in a “dead zone” while the entire home has been set up to feature Wi-Fi connectivity is a nightmare, but for 72 year old grandmother Stefanie Russell, that would be heaven. It is not because she is a Luddite, but simply because she claims to suffer from a condition where being in the presence of a cellular signal or Wi-Fi network would end up giving her headaches as well as nausea.

With the world getting more and more connected these days, it means she will have less and less places to move about. While Russell has not been diagnosed by a physician, she has already forked out over $ 6,000 to have her home in the U.K. painted with not one, two, or even three, but four (!) layers of special anti-radiation paint. This particular paint’s job is to safeguard her home against these harmful signals to her. Russell also claims that the level of her electro-sensitivity does not allow her to ride on public transport due to the amount of mobile devices being used there.

Do you think that this 72 year old grandmother is well within her limits in making sure that she is all right in the confines of her own home? Perhaps, but her grandchildren who are wired and connected would probably find it pretty frustrating when they visit since they are unable to update their Facebook status – perhaps a wired LAN computer would be able to get the job done.

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What I got for Christmas 2012! Video Games, Console and Merchandise!

October 24th, 2014 25 comments

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E-More® 2 Pcs King cute little Love mini wave desktop laptop multimedia audio speakers Mini Creative Speaker Small Portable Notebook Computer Multimedia Speaker Sound Portable, Clear and Crispy Sound Quality USB 2.0 cardioid subwoofer, All 3.5mm Audio Player (Pink)

October 24th, 2014 No comments

E-More® 2 Pcs King cute little Love mini wave desktop laptop multimedia audio speakers Mini Creative Speaker Small Portable Notebook Computer Multimedia Speaker Sound Portable, Clear and Crispy Sound Quality USB 2.0 cardioid subwoofer, All 3.5mm Audio Player (Pink)

  • User-friendly design and convenient operation USB charging,3.5mm audio international standard inferface.
  • Full-range perfect sound speakers. Low power consumption feature, and so on.
  • Fidelity all frequency multimedia speaker, deep bass, high-pitched voice loud.
  • Exquisitely carved, unique and beautiful. Perfect gift option.
  • Speaker works with any 3.5 mm headphone jack, perfect for laptops, phones, portable game devices, MP3 players, etc.

Highlights:

1. Portable Speaker for MP3 Players
The speaker connects to a computer or other USB power source via the included USB cable to recharge the internal lithium ion battery. Remarkable vacuum bass design gives surprising volume and bass response in a speaker that fits in your palm. Perfect for laptops, cell phones, iPhone, iPod and other MP3 players, any audio source.
2. Compact and Portable
The speaker is a great addition to your already portable music. Enjoy hours of your music through this little but mighty portable speaker. The 3.5mm headphone jack is perfect for laptops, cell phones, portable game devices, and many other mobile devices.
3. Pair and Play
Mini Creative Speaker will save to your smartphone or tablet and be instantly accessible any time you want to listen to music. Pop up the top, and play your music! Nothing to physically connect or dock.

Specifications:

1. Speaker Structure: Floor-Standing
2. Speaker Type: Subwoofer
3. Interface Type: USB
4. Material: Plastic

Package Contents:

* 2 X E-More Love mini Speaker
* 1 X USB cable

Welcome to our store, may you have a pleasant shopping experience! Our products have been well tested, examined and packaged before sending off. Any problem please feel free to contact us first so that we can supply the best service for you.


List Price: $ 35.99 Price: $ 13.99

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