April 18, 2013

Purchase of the day.

From the April 17, 2013 Amazon Associates Report:
Bruder Toys Jeep Wrangler Unlimited W. Horse Trailer Incl. 1 Horse
By using the Althouse portal, you can buy things you want, pay nothing extra, and make a contribution to this blog. We notice. We appreciate it. And only if you clue us in will we know it's you.

The Althouse Amazon portal: great for use indoors, outdoors, and while riding on double-decker buses and trains featuring Wi-Fi. Recommended age range: 116 years and under.

17 comments:

Mitchell the Bat said...

The Wrangler's a nifty little Jeep but you'll want more horsepower than that.

Meade said...

The full summary report:

April 17, 2013 to April 17, 2013

Amazon Instant Video
Welcome to the Tombs

Apparel & Accessories
Gildan Ultra Cotton Tall Tee, Black, T3X
HANES RL ComfortBlend Boxer Brief - 3 Pairs - 7549P3 - Assorted, 2XL
Hanes Men's 10 Pack Crew Sock, White, 6-12

Automotive
Husky Liners Custom Fit Heavy Duty Front Floor Mat for Select Dodge Ram Models (Black)

Beauty
Just for Men Brush in Color Gel, Mustache & Beard, Medium Brown M-35, 1 kit, (Pack of 3)

Books
Documents of American History Since 1898 Volume II (Documents of American History)
Dodge Pick-ups, 1994-2001 (Haynes Manuals)
Fascinating Mathematical People: Interviews and Memoirs
Gödel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid
Henri Poincaré: A Scientific Biography
Kangaroos (Welcome to the World Series)
Number-Crunching: Taming Unruly Computational Problems from Mathematical Physics to Science Fiction
Numbers Rule: The Vexing Mathematics of Democracy, from Plato to the Present
The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man's Quest to Be a Better Husband
The Needs of the Dying: A Guide for Bringing Hope, Comfort, and Love to Life's Final Chapter
The Painted Word
The Sound and the Fury

Camera
Interfit INT275 12-Inch Translucent Reflector

Computers
StarTech USB 2.0 to SATA IDE Adapter (USB2SATAIDE)

DVD
Cool Runnings
Sleepers
The Patriot (Special Edition)
The Postman (Keep Case Packaging)
The Simpsons - The Complete Fourth Season
The Simpsons - The Complete Third Season
Tootsie - 25th Anniversary Edition
Youngblood

Electronics
Wave® Music System III with Multi-CD Changer - Titanium Silver

Grocery & Gourmet Food
Toxic Waste Ultra Sour Candy 1 Pound Approximately 123 Individually Wrapped
Zing Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Gluten Free Bars, 1.76 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Health & Personal Care
Atkins Endulge Chocolate Caramel Mousse Bar, 5 - 1.2 oz. Bars (Pack of 2)
Atkins Endulge Nutty Fudge Brownie Bar, 5 - 1.4 oz. Bars (Pack of 2)
Atkins Endulge Peanut Butter Cups - 5 Pack, 6 oz. Boxes (Pack of 6)
Dove Clinical Protection Antiperspirant/Deodorant, Visibly Smooth Wild Rose, 1.7 Ounce (Pack of 2)
Listerine Zero Mouthwash, Clean Mint, 50.7-Ounce (1.5 L)
Nature's Source - Absorb Aid, 240 veggie caps
PB 8 Probiotic Acidophilus - , 1000 mg 120 vegi cap
TRUEtest Test Strips, 100 Count

Health & Personal Care Appliances
3M Littmann Snap Tight Soft-Sealing Replacement Eartips Large, Pair, Gray, item 37812
Futuro Restoring Dress Socks, XLarge, Black

Home & Garden
40mm Swarovski Strass Prism Aurora Borealis Sun Disc Suncatcher - Great for Feng Shui
Japanese Hori Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool With Stainless Steel Blade & Sheath
Toro 51609 Ultra 12 amp Variable-Speed (up to 235) Electric Blower/Vacuum with Metal Impeller

Meade said...

Kindle eBooks
Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal
Half-Life: Reflections from Jerusalem on a Broken Neck
Presumption of Innocence (David Brunelle Legal Thriller #1)
Tales from the White Hart (Arthur C. Clarke Collection: Short Stories)
The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Kitchen & Housewares
DorkFood DSV Temperature Controller for Sous-vide

Musical Instruments
Everly 30024 Star Pik 12-pack .88mm Green

Office Products
Canon BCI-6BK Ink Tank-Black
Canon BCI-6C Ink Tank-Cyan
Canon BCI-6M Magenta Ink Tank
Canon BCI-6Y Ink Tank-Yellow

Other
Flash Furniture H-HLC-0005-HIGH-1B-GG High Back Black Leather Contemporary Office Chair
New Lego Lord of the Rings Merry Small Minifigure Loose

Pet Supplies
Scaredy Cut ® Silent Clipper Home Pet Grooming - Cat Dog Horse

Shoes
Northside Men's Palisades Soft-Shell Hiking Shoe,Black,11 M US

Software
The Complete National Geographic - Every Issue since 1888

Sports & Outdoors
AIM Mosin Nagant Sling

Tools & Hardware
DEWALT DCK491L2 20-Volt MAX Li-Ion 3.0 Ah 4-Tool Combo Kit

Toys & Games
Bruder Toys Jeep Wrangler Unlimited W. Horse Trailer Incl. 1 Horse
Hufflepuff House Beanie
iloveRobots Blazor - Raging Roaring Raptor Blue

Video Games
BioShock Ultimate Rapture Edition
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch

Meade said...

Thanks for using the portal. It's like adding a turbocharger to blogger's engine. Sure, there is back-pressure, heat soak of the intake air, and other inefficiencies.

But using the portal does not place a direct mechanical load on the blogger/professor. It is more efficient than supercharging because it uses the potential and kinetic energy of the blowhard commenters to drive the compressor.

rehajm said...

If you convert the Jeep to run on CNG, get the horse manure into a digester, you have yourself a perpetual motion machine!

bagoh20 said...

I enjoy reading what people buy, and it's a great hint as to the nature of the commentariat. It will provide a kind of time capsule for those in the future who wonder what the hillbillies were like before being wiped out by nuclear weapons in the civil war of 2016.

On a marketing note: It's good for sales, because I have already bought a few items myself just from seeing that someone else did in the listing here. I want to belong so bad, but first I have to get the proper accoutrements.

I have the most unattractive actual book library, nearly all nonfiction: manuals for this and that, textbooks in math, science, language and a bunch of nature and politics. Just awful stuff to see if I ever brought a liberal arts date home.

Lately, I have been reading only digital books. I think I'll get rid of my physical library. It's not sexy, and I can find anything of interest or need faster on-line.

bagoh20 said...

" it uses the potential and kinetic energy of the blowhard commenters to drive the compressor.

Write slavery.

Paul Zrimsek said...

potential and kinetic energy of the blowhard commenters

Since I've been here long enough now to have several pieces of Boston in me, I'll point out that it's no accident that "torque" and "talk" are pronounced exactly the same.

Crunchy Frog said...

Just awful stuff to see if I ever brought a liberal arts date home.

Add a token copy of "Dreams From My Father" and you're golden.

Though why you would want to be is anyone's guess.

Darrell said...

If you're going toy horses, why fuck around?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTb6ZKvajWg&feature=player_embedded

Darrell said...

It's got a dismount brake,even. How cool is that?

Chip Ahoy said...

The purchases are indicative of such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting people doing such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting things and reading such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting books all the time.

Like The Painted Word

Tom Wolfe. He reminds me, the Egyptian words are painted and they are little pictures. Their words are art and they are describing a scene, usually a religious motif or a sequence in one of their spells collected in their book of coming forth by day, their book of the dead. It is a collection of spells. The buyer says, "I always like that spell #6 and do make sure to paint #23-33," that sort of thing. That is why the copies vary so broadly and seem incomplete. So the words are pictures, art, and their illustrations depict what the words say and are labeled and contain elements of words and whole phrases. The artistic vignettes are phrases themselves, and the actual phrases describing them are art. Words are art, and art is words. They blend right in together and they are read together as an undifferentiated single unit. Or maybe I'm doing it wrong.

bagoh20 said...

Case in point, I bought the guitar picks because someone else did. I would have never known about them without this blog, but they were so inexpensive, I had to buy a pair of shoes to meet the minimum for the picks.

Northside Men's Palisades Soft-Shell Hiking Shoe,Black,11 M US

26 Bucks. ~ Probably made by a Vietnamese kid while still nursing on her mom's teat who was disassembling the hazardous material from old Iphones.

What a world.

I Callahan said...

The purchases are indicative of such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting people doing such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting things and reading such i-i-i-i-i-inter-esting books all the time.

Way to get a Bugs Bunny reference in there!!!

Sigivald said...

Madness.

Who'd pull a horse trailer with a Wrangler?

Mumpsimus said...

Printed books purchased always seem to outnumber ebooks, usually by a hefty margin. That seems odd to me.

ndspinelli said...

"Blowhard commenters", what about blowhard wannabe bloggers??