Monthly Archives: October 2011

Fright Night Lights: Set Up for Scary

Leave romance, bunnies and elves to the other happy holidays. Once a year, on October 31, we get to explore our ghoulish, creepy side and summon all that is spooky and eerie. In preparation for this scary holiday, some people … Continue reading

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Remote Control Balloon Air Swimmer Flying Clownfish

Should someone tell you “Last night, I saw a great yellow clownfish swimming through my living room,” don’t assume that they’re crazy. It could be that what they saw was an Air Swimmer. Air Swimmers are a unique new product … Continue reading

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This Christmas, a lot of promotion actions are waiting for you

It is time for “Jingle Bells” again and time to get ready for your Christmas shopping. Feel like your Christmas list is longer than ever this year? Don’t worry. To thank for all our costumers’ support and appreciation, here we … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day Tradition

Thanksgiving Day is a joyous family festival celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada, commemorating the feast and harvest. On this day people express gratitude to God for his blessings and give thanks to dear ones for their love … Continue reading

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10 Thanksgiving Day Jokes

Thanksgiving is all about enjoyment, fun and merry-making. It is about the feeling of togetherness. Enjoy these amazing hilarious jokes and riddles made on thanksgiving day to entertain people with turkeys, stupid people, cartoons and other funny stuff. Many people … Continue reading

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First Thanksgiving Day Feast

The centerpiece of contemporary Thanksgiving in the United States and Canada is a large meal, generally centered around a large roasted turkey. The majority of the dishes in the traditional American version of Thanksgiving dinner are made from foods native … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Day Parade

America’s preeminent ‘Thanksgiving Parade’ is an important tradition. It was first held in the year 1924 in Detroit down to Woodward Avenue. The parade began on a very small scale, its popularity grew with each passing year, and after almost … Continue reading

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iPhone 4S Teardown

iFixit: “Siri, may we disassemble you for all to see?” iPhone 4S (Siri): “42″ iFixit: “I didn’t ask for the meaning of life, Siri…” iPhone 4S (Siri): “42 is the number of seconds you have left until I initiate the … Continue reading

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How 3G Frequency Compatibility Works

Ok, so I’ve realized that a lot of people see all the cool phones over in Europe, buy them here in the States for use on T-Mobile or AT&T (myself included) and all is fine and dandy but then they … Continue reading

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