Ok boys and girls, mom and dad here is a list of some things that would make me happy to get at Christmas….and for those who missed getting me a birthday present (and you know who you are) I’ll take anything on the list.
Grateful Dead 2009 Wall Calendar – Dead.Net – $13.00 – No Substitutions
The new year is already fast approaching, and there’s no better way to watch the days roll by than with your official 2009 Grateful Dead Wall Calendar!
Doctor Who: 2009 New Series Doctor Who Calendar – Doctorwhostore.com – $19.95
Includes 12 pictures from series 4 of the BBC television series starring David Tennant with an array of adversaries and aliens..
6.25-in. Forged Chef’s Knife – CutleryAndMore.com – $102.95
If you get this item a sharpening stone is needed as well.A sturdy, heavy knife with broad, strong blade and fine cutting edge. The all rounder for professionals and hobby chefs that cleans vegetables, minces herbs and chops. Global knives are manufactured by Yoshikin in Niigata, Japan. They were designed in 1985 by Komin Yamada. When Komin Yamada was commissioned for the job his mandate was to develop a range of knives that was truly new and revolutionary, using the best materials available and the latest manufacturing techniques. Made in Japan, Lifetime Warranty.
Black OGIO Corporate City Corp Laptop Bag – ebags.com – $69.99 – No Substitutions
Fast and easy is a good thing when describing a messenger bag. With the City Corp, this personal organizer delivers your laptop, cell phone, pens, files, and other multimedia accessories … minus the bottomless-pit syndrome.
Corp City Corp Specifications – Padded top drop-in laptop sleeve, Audio pocket with headphone exit port, Cell phone pocket with cell lifter, Adjustable padded shoulder strap, Pullman handle attachment sleeve, Airline ticket sleeve, Organizer panel, Palm/calculator pocket, Internal file separators, Fits most 15″ laptops, Laptop sleeve 11″h x 17″w x 2″d
2 – xlarge – Cook Free or Die T-Shirt – grillbitch.com – $30.00 – No Substitutions
I want TWO of these shirts. This was designed and copyrighted by Anthony Bourdain as his trade mark.