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Premium Black Soft Silicone Gel Skin Cover Case + Rapid Car Charger for BlackBerry Onyx 9700
Premium Black Soft Silicone Gel Skin Cover Case + Rapid Car Charger for BlackBerry Onyx 9700

4.0 out of 5 stars Cheap, but worth it, July 21, 2010
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It's less than $2 for a car charger (that works) and a silicone gel skin (that fits)... What more could you want? No, it's not OEM, so it doesn't have "Blackberry" emblazoned all over it (which could be a good thing in high crime areas). Only thing bogus about it is the fact that shipping costs 3x more than the product itself! LOL Still, for the price, it's a great deal.


VideoSecu Low Profile TV Wall Mount for Most 32" - 65" LCD, LED, Plasma, HDTV Flat Panel TV with VESA up to 600x400 mm, Universal Wall Mounts Bracket ---Compatible with Sony Bravia, Samsung, LG, Haier, Panasonic, Vizio, Sharp AQUOS, Westinghouse, Pioneer, ProScan, RCA, Toshiba MF601B 1NN
VideoSecu Low Profile TV Wall Mount for Most 32" - 65" LCD, LED, Plasma, HDTV Flat Panel TV with VESA up to 600x400 mm, Universal Wall Mounts Bracket ---Compatible with Sony Bravia, Samsung, LG, Haier, Panasonic, Vizio, Sharp AQUOS, Westinghouse, Pioneer, ProScan, RCA, Toshiba MF601B 1NN
Offered by Warehouseseller
Price: $22.99
10 used & new from $21.42

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid and Inexpensive, July 21, 2010
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We're in earthquake country now, so a wall mount is a smart investment if you don't want your TV to fall over during a tremor. For the price... IT'S A STEAL! Very inexpensive, but extremely solid product. Can't believe how easy it was to install either, considering some companies charge $170 to mount a TV nowadays. All it takes is 4 (sizable) screws into your wall studs, 4 smaller screws into the VESA mount on your TV, two more to secure it once the bracket is hung, and that screen is up there SOLID. You'd be a fool not to jump on this if you're in the market for a wall mount.


Triple LCD Monitor Stand up to 21" Monitors
Triple LCD Monitor Stand up to 21" Monitors
Price: $66.88
3 used & new from $47.00

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Bulky but sturdy as hell!, July 21, 2010
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This item is VERY sturdy and solid. Mounting the monitors was easy, and setting it up on my desk was even easier. Only problem with it is that the center monitor ends up hanging over your desk about 12-inches from the back. That's great if you have a deep desk, but if you have a shallow desk and use the stand for all three monitors, then you might want to think about using a wall mount. BUT: I ended up removing the middle bracket and just used the two sidearms as a dual monitor stand, which allowed me to set the monitors back a little bit so they're not right up in my face when I sit at the desk. I also shortened the sidearms by removing some of the pieces, which also compacted the size and created more space. That's what's so great about this product: You can mix and match the brackets/arms (to a certain degree) to come up with your own multi-display configurations. Also: All three mounts allow you to rotate your screens if necessary. Very awesome product!


World Trade Center - Anatomy of the Collapse
World Trade Center - Anatomy of the Collapse
DVD ~ Craig Sechler
15 used & new from $6.13

23 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Evidence of Explosives, NIST's Own Conclusion That Fire Has Never Brought Down A Steel Structure, March 26, 2006
This video is definitely a promo piece that works for the official story, but hidden inside this great documentary are interviews with professors that actually take the official story apart.

Jonathan Barnett, Professor of Fire Protection Engineering, is interviewed in this presentation during the segment on the British Steel Industrial Fire Test of 1995, where a 5 story building filled with office furniture, computers, paper, and other items, in a non-fireproofed environment was set ablaze and allowed to burn for several hours. And what happened? The building stood there with no chance of a collapse. The video footage of the test is interspliced with Barnett's interview, where he states: "When steel is bare -- when it heats up -- it gets weaker. It's not that it melts in a fire, in fact, fires--normal fires--are not hot enough to melt steel. Even if you were, for example, to use an unusual fuel -- like kerosene -- you cannot achieve temperatures hot enough to melt steel." He then adds, "In over 20 years I have not seen -- until recently -- a protected steel structure that has collapsed in a fire."

His statement might be meaningless to you if he was just some schmoe from around the way, but Professor Barnett was one of the chief investigators of the government's NIST/FEMA team that was tasked with determining what made the towers come down.

**It should be noted that the NIST/FEMA investigation even concluded that jet fuel cannot produce temperatures that burn hot enough to melt steel.

Another great interview/segment is with Professor Abolhassan Astaneh-Asl, who is shown examining the steel wreckage of the WTC. He says, "What you see here is actually very critical - very, very important. Perhaps, this is the most important piece I have found so far. ...This is the inside face of [the] back columns. ...What you see here is, first of all, it bent. That was due to [an] explosion - but more importantly - this has a signature of [an] explosion. This has happened due to explosive material hitting this column and making that bulge. So this is [the] floor where [an] explosion happened, and the windows are blown away. Everything is burned. Even [the] fire-proofing on this floor is burned and glazed to the steel."

Any 9/11 researchers out there would be smart to grab this video and archive it. There are extraordinary CGI diagrams that show how immense the construction of the towers was, including the 47-steel core columns that made up the support for the buildings.

One conclusion is echoed over and over in this film, and that's on the morning of 9/11 everyone watching was amazed and shocked that the towers fell the way they did -- after all, NO ONE ever thought a steel skyscraper could collapse from just fire. Throughout the history of architecture, no steel structure has ever fallen due to fire, but on September 11th, "they" want you to believe that two 110-story buildings, and a third 47-story building did just that.
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Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (Rated Edition)
Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle (Rated Edition)
DVD ~ John Cho
Offered by Solo Enterprises
Price: $9.99
170 used & new from $0.01

5.0 out of 5 stars A New All-Time Fave, December 7, 2004
I just gotta say that when I saw commericals for this movie I thought it was just going to be some lame hour and a half commercial for White Castle.. but I was WAY WRONG! This is seriously one of the best movies I've seen in a very long time. I've shown it to so many people who've had the same preconcieved notion about it that I initially had, and it turned them into hardcore fans & believers. BELIEVE ME: This movie is a laugh-riot! The cameos alone are worth seeing, fer sure. I recommend this flick to EVERYONE.


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