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Shopping:Â To many it’s an activity of exploration. To others it’s anÂ anathema. I have bargain mania. I’m good at finding them, so I loooove online shopping–especially for gadgets! If you’re a fan on our Facebook page or have been a fan for some time, you’ll know that I scour the web for deals and more deals, mostly gadgets but other things as well. 99% of the time, I post stuff I would buy, occassionally, when it’s such a good deal – I have to just share it.
Here are a few …
With our battered economy, we want to get the best price for every thing we buy. It’s deals, deals, deals! A week from tomorrow is “Black Friday,” where there will be tremendous shopping deals, as it’s the beginning of the holiday season. I will be covering this in more detail in future blog posts.
Did you know there are “Deals of the Day” every day with Woot and Price Grabber? There is usually one item (or set of items) which have a great price for only 24 hours.
An example today on …
Yes, you can now get a 500 G External Hard Drive – a nice one from Western Digital – for only $99. And while you’re there at Price Grabber, snoop around, it’s a great place to do price comparisons on almost anything you can buy online! BTW, this price is only good for 24 hours.
The item I’m currently drooling over is one of the Voice Recognition Nuvi – the 800 seriers, which have come down, predictablly, about $300 since their introduction. Predicting a holiday shopping discount in price!!
Leave this video game behind.
Sadly, this world is getting rather conservative and non-accepting. So what else is new?
Walmart (which figures) and Target (I canâ€™t believe they sell this wicked game) are selling a (pre-Nazi, holocaust simulation) game called Left Behind where Jesus comes to earth to gather all the â€śbelievers.”
To live, any non-believers get converted, otherwise theyâ€™re killed by the kids playing this video game. This is how the kids get higher scores. Non believers include Catholics, Muslims, African Americans, Jews, Protestants, and many …
On our way back to Austin, we made a couple of stops. Thanks to Andi, our GPS and a small billboard I noticed, we found the Dr. Pepper Museum. Due to losing the bet, I thought we wouldn’t have to pay admission, I paid for admission and the headphones/tape deck of the tour. Why you ask did we even go here? Well, my favorite soft drink, which I try not to indulge more then once/day (I mean once/month), is Dr Pepper. Faune, on the other hand, loves both …