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July 15th, 2004

From Techbargains.com.

Target.com has 15% off orders with code: TCSAVEJULY55 Exp 7/16

Apple ipod 15GB for a low $299.99 - 15% off Promo code: TCSAVEJULY55 = $254.99, $6.17 shipping. Search for B0001A967W

40GB ipod $499 - 15% = $424.

You can also get an iPod mini for like $212 I think.

Note that this expires on the 16th. That's tomorrow!
0 comments | links::purchasing | Thursday, Jul 15th 2004, 03:26:44 PM

June 30th, 2004

Since Tracy McGrady is now going to be a Houston Rocket, go buy his Magic jersey. It's 10 bucks.
6 comments | links::purchasing | Wednesday, Jun 30th 2004, 04:15:36 PM

June 29th, 2004

Pocket Bikes posted by bichen
Pocket bikes. They're "scooters" shaped like miniature motorcycles. From their site
Pocketbikes (a.k.a. minimotos) are really not "minibikes" in the traditional sense - they are miniature GP Racing motorcycles. Machines accurate in detail, proportion, and craftsmanship to any world-class GP bike. Disc brakes front and rear, racing tires, fairings, beautiful lightweight aluminum alloy cast perimeter frame and swingarm - these things are works of motor-art...the kind of thing that would look right at home sitting in a corporate VP's office, among objects of art and high technology as a trophy.

Although they would also look fine on your mantle as an impressive centerpiece, the Pocketbikes shine best in competition. Depending on the model and HP, performance varies: The smaller industrial-motored models used by Junior class racers are capable of speeds of over 35 mph, the average 4.2 hp and 6.2 hp racing models achieve about 40-45 mph, and open class machines can clock over 50 mph!
Engine kits and other hot mods are available for bolting together open-class machines of over 12 hp, and with a little porting and massaging, the production of well beyond 12.5 hp is possible from the incredibly compact and efficient designs. We now even offer 40cc and 50cc open-class factory prepared racers, putting the power-to-weight ratio of this motorcycle racing form in a class by itself.

At a range in price from around $1000.00 to over $3000.00+ for a full-on race prepared model, they are not cheap, but these are by far the lowest priced ticket into the world of competition motorcycle racing (or any other kind of motor racing). But how’s this for low cost: You don't even need a trailer! These rugged little pocket rockets are small enough to carry under one arm and fit in a car trunk, and can be raced in parking lot competitions or on kart tracks.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Tuesday, Jun 29th 2004, 03:32:02 PM

June 9th, 2004

Buy Better Luck Tomorrow from Overstock.com for $8.99. It's the movie officially not based off of Stuart Tay at all, but somehow managed to be verrrrrry suspiciously similar.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Wednesday, Jun 9th 2004, 05:27:40 PM

May 27th, 2004

Impossible Objects. These are pretty neat. Things like a Rubik's cube inside of a glass bottle whose opening is much too small to accomadate the cube. Much more.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Thursday, May 27th 2004, 01:33:12 PM

May 3rd, 2004

Get your own lilo from FC:UK. What the hell is a lilo? I don't know. It looks like an inflatable mattress with a pretty inappropriate design. :) Mildly not safe for work.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Monday, May 3rd 2004, 01:29:41 PM

April 21st, 2004

Club Monaco is a clothing store. Here is a coupon. Save 25%, offer expires April 25th, 2004.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Wednesday, Apr 21st 2004, 04:50:16 PM

April 15th, 2004

Best Buy is having a sale if you buy Kill Bill vol. 1 and Resevior Dogs on DVD, you get both for $20 and shipping is free. You still need to pay tax though. But still, not a bad deal considering Kill Bill vol. 1 usually goes for $17-20 alone, and Resevoir Dogs is a great movie in itself.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Thursday, Apr 15th 2004, 12:33:09 PM

April 7th, 2004

Blockbuster coupon. One movie rental for $0.99, from Wed-Sunday. Expires on 4/11/04.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Wednesday, Apr 7th 2004, 05:54:02 PM

March 29th, 2004

The best way to keep things safe is by (a) putting things where people will never see it(b) having something so secure that even if people find it they will not be able to get it or (c) put it somewhere that people will choose not to look.
Here's one for option C. What better place to hide money and valuables than what appears to be a poop stained underwear?
0 comments | links::purchasing | Monday, Mar 29th 2004, 01:14:16 PM

March 12th, 2004

Magic Cash is promoted by Magic Johnson. But as me and a coworker look at it, it almost looks like Magic Johnson (yes, the former NBA Basketball great) is ripping off poor black folk. The card is targeted toward people with bad credit and apparently the commercials feature happy African-Americans.

So what is it? It's a card that acts like a credit card. You can use it to buy stuff online, at stores, etc. It's more like a debit card though in that you can only spend what's on the card. So... the Magic Cash card is a debit card. So, what's so bad about it?

1) It has a set up fee. ($29.95)
2) It has monthly fees. ($5.95)
3) There's a fee for almost anything you want to do with it INCLUDING putting more money on the card! Also if you forget your PIN it costs money. :O

And the kicker is one of the big selling points is that there's no annual fee. Of course. They don't need an annual fee if they're charging you a MONTHLY fee. C'mon. So you're basically paying to use your money and the people this apparently appeals to are those without much money.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Friday, Mar 12th 2004, 04:18:31 PM

Some Deals posted by bichen
Ralph Lauren Turtlenecks - $15.90 from $55 at Nordstrom's website. Only Navy and XXL available.
Polo Ribbed Turtleneck - $19.90 from $69.50 at Nordstrom's website. Only natural color, and medium available.
Kenneth Cole Reaction Jacket - $58.99 from $170.00 at Macy's website. Only black and L, XL, XXL available.
Save 10% off total purchase at Barnes and Noble.
0 comments | links::purchasing | Friday, Mar 12th 2004, 04:11:06 PM


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