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  • Overstock: [Men’s Formalwear] Perry Ellis Pinstripe Wool Suit $95.99
  • 6pm: [Footwear] Up to 85% off Sandals Sale, Thursday-only
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  • ArdenB.com: [Clothing] Various Arden B Dress for $5
  • Roaman’s: [Apparel] $20 Off $50 Purchase w/ Coupon RD28087
  • Torrid: [Apparel] 50% Off Clearance Event
  • Arden B: [Women’s Apparel] Women’s apparel at Arden B. for $5 + $5 s&h
  • Cabela’s: [Men’s Apparel] Columbia Men’s Watertight Jacket for $25 + $6 s&h (updated)
    • Computers and Electronics

    • TigerDirect via Ebay: [Speakers] Altec Lansing FX2020 Expressionist $31.99 + free ship (next best $47)
    • Dell: [Laptop] 15.6″ Studio 15 w/ Intel Core i5, 6GB RAM, 1GB ATI graphics $729.99 + free ship (normally $1,040)
    • Meritline.com: [Computers and Electronics] Black USB Travel Charger for $0.99 with Free Shipping
    • Meritline.com: [Computers and Electronics] Brother TN360 (TN-360, TN 360, TN-330) Compatible High-Capacity Black Toner Cartridge for HL-2140, HL-2170W Printers for $18 with Free Shipping
    • lenovo: [Computer & Electronics] Lenovo IdeaPad Y560 Intel Core i7-720QM Quad-Core 15.6in Laptop (8GB/500GB/Radeon HD5730) $999
    • Newegg [Computer & Electronics] Klipsch Synergy SUB12 300W 12in Subwoofer $269.99 Free Shipping
    • Meritline: [Computer & Electronics] Meritline Deals (Kill A Watt P4400 Monitor $14.99, Black USB Travel Charger $0.99) Free Shipping
    • Think Geek: [Electronics] $10 Off $30 Purchase w/ Coupon TWITSURVEY
    • Radio Shack: [Electronics] $15 Off $60 Purchase Online + Printable Coupon
    • Entertainment

    • NewEgg: [PS3, Xbox 360] Dead Rising 2 pre-order $47.99 + free ship (next best $59)
    • Amazon: [Nintendo DS] Tetris Party Deluxe $19.99 (next best $30)
    • Amazon.com: [Entertainment] 32″ Toshiba 32C100U 720p LCD HDTV for $349 with Free Shipping
    • DeepDiscount.com: [Entertainment] Buy One Get One Kids Titles – 2 LeapFrog Titles for $10, 2 Kid’s Blu-ray Titles for $16 with Free Shipping
    • Blockbuster: [Movies] Free Month of Movie & Game Rentals + Unlimited In-Store Movie Exchanges w/ Coupon erewards1mspecial
    • Food

    • Ghirardelli: [Chocolate Candy] Save 15% off Ghirardelli Chocolates
    • DEAN & DELUCA: [Tea, Cake, Gifts] Shop at DEAN & DELUCA and Save 25-40% on Tea, Jams and other Gifts
    • Tony’s: [Grocery] $1 Off Two Tony’s Pizza Products w/ Printable Coupon
    • Health and Beauty

    • Amazon.com: [Health and Beauty] Scalp Massager for $2
    • Home

    • Meijer: [Home and Garden] $15 Off One $50+ Item w/ Coupon 15DEAL
    • Sears: [Home and Garden] $10 Off $75 purchase w/ Coupon DEAL75

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    1. Angus99 says:

      Kitteh to tower: Flaps extended ready for take off roll.
      Tower to kitteh: You are cleared for take off.

    2. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

      Question for the readership… I’ve been looking at these deals for a while trying to catch a deal on one of those speaker systems you attach to your TV. I’m new at this. I just bought my first TV (I’ve been without one for twenty years, no lie, except for a little 7-inch emergency set for hurricanes). I intend to use it just to watch DVDs, though most of the DVDs I’ve been able to collect are concerts and operas. My TV will be in my modest-sized apartment living room.

      What is the value of a speaker system to me, and what is the lowest price I should expect to pay for a halfway adequate set?

      • P=mv says:

        The most expensive speakers on the shelf are not the best choice. Concerts and operas sound incredible with surround speakers and a good subwolfer. The sets that come with a dvd player are not worth it.

      • PunditGuy says:

        What’s the make/model of the TV, and how are you connecting the DVD player? No sense buying a 5.1 audio system if your TV and DVD player only do stereo out.

        • speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

          Good question on the stereo out. It’s an LG 32LD350. How am I connecting the DVD player? Beats the living hell out of me. I was going to figure it out myself, somehow.

          • speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

            Oh, it says Dolby 5.1 surround sound. Whoa, impressive… I mean, they could call it “15.75 Virtu-Real Ultrasensory Wraparound” for all the difference it makes to this total know-nothing. :)

          • PunditGuy says:

            In trying to come up with some instructions, I’m realizing that this stuff is pretty complicated. Find yourself a relative or friend who knows this stuff for best results.

            You can’t really plug speakers in directly to the TV — you need a receiver, which is another piece of equipment that is sometimes bundled with speakers. The speakers plug into the receiver. The receiver will have AM/FM built in, and then you can hook your TV, audio equipment (tape deck, CD player, phonograph, etc.) and DVD player to it. A receiver capable of 5.1-channel audio will run anywhere from $150 to several thousand dollars.

            The DVD player’s video, depending on the model, can be hooked up to the TV in a variety of ways. Ranked from best to worst:

            1) HDMI (uses HDMI cable) or component (uses 3 of what is commonly known as RCA cables)
            2) composite (uses 1 RCA cable)
            3) RF (uses 1 coax cable)

            (Before anyone yells, there’s no S-Video connector on that TV.)

            Do not purchase those cables at a big box retailer — you’ll only get ripped off. There are plenty of reputable Internet retailers who will sell those at reasonable prices — Monoprice comes to mind. Purchase enough length for you to comfortably pull out equipment if you need to do something to it. For example, if a 3-foot cable fits from your DVD player to your TV but it tugs if you pull out the DVD player, then get a 6-foot cable.

            Now you can worry about speakers. As P=mv stated, the most expensive aren’t always the best. Visit a couple of stores and listen to them — there’s a difference between cheap and expensive speakers, but your ears will have to let you know where the best price/performance ratio is.

            You need two front speakers (buy as a pair), two surround speakers (buy as a pair), one center speaker, and a subwoofer. You can mix and match speakers from different manufacturers, so don’t feel obligated to buy a bundle. Tell the speaker dealer what type of material you watch the most in order to get the best recommendation.

            Stay away from Bose stores. And, unfortunately, having given you a really long answer to a relatively simple question, you should probably stay away from the types of speaker deals you asked about.

    3. segfault, registered cat offender says:

      That’s the ugliest cat I’ve ever seen.

    4. c!tizen says:

      I love that kitteh!

    5. gjones77 says:

      Unobtanium… That’s what we call .380 ACP out here in Taxachusetts…