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The 84" Giga Ball is bright red and loads of fun, once it's fully inflated.
The inflation takes some time and patience as the ball does not come with a pump, but once it's done, the kids will not want to leave it. Children can crawl into the ball and roll about inside it while someone rolls the ball around.
Get ready for hours of shrieking joy... read more »
The oven comes with an easy-to-do recipe book that would be a help for first time users.
The reviews of the product are mostly favorable.
The only requirement is a few trails before one gets it right. One needs to turn the food over during cooking to even out the process, inbuilt electronic signals help make the cooking process easy. read more »
Oversized boxes of Reynold's Wrap(R) Aluminum Foil were installed in Roll Down Gates in New York City to highlight the products strength and toughness. Does it work?
What do you think? read more »
The Parrot Photo Viewer is a Bluetooth enabled device that lets a person share and display ones favorite moments by digitally sending them from a Bluetooth phone or computer to the Photo Viewer.
The 7" wide Photo Viewer is programmed to display up to 262,144 shades of color for bright, contrasting photos with a resolution of 720x480 pixels.
Don't worry folks. At that price, you get the entire pie... not just a slice. Whew! That was a close one. Because there are eight slices to a pie and an $8,000 pizza would just be excessive. Don't you think?
The world's most expensive pizza was made by Nino’s Bellissima Pizza. The 12-inch pizza is topped with creme fraiche, chives, eight ounces of four different kinds of Petrossian caviar, four ounces of thinly sliced Maine lobster tail, salmon roe, and a little bit of wasabi to complement all the fish. read more »
Have you heard this variant of the anecdote?
"I went to see the Chinese movie, Curse of the Golden Flower, but 20 minutes after I left the theatre, I forgot what it was about."
Or this one?"We saw the film "The Banquet," and not only were we hungry 20 minutes later, but we had to see the movie again!
I used to laugh at these "jokes." Now... well, I'm a little sensitive about my memory. I can't seem to recall the names of movies, the stars, even the plots of movies I've seen recently...and these movies were not even Chinese!
The lamp is in chrome and brushed aluminum finish and is encased in a clear crystal globe.
The design of the globe is what sets this lamp apart. The globe is shaped like a bulb! Now where have you seen that?
A lamp inside a bulb.
Cool is the first word that came to my mind. read more »
THIS IS SPARTA! If those three words haven't echoed through your family room over the last few weeks, you haven't been watching much TV. "300" is tops at the box office, with the highest March opening for a film ever. And while the movie itself, with its hyper-stylized violence and groteque baddies, may not be your cup of tea, within the movie is a message about being true to your vision and values, and not letting those be corrupted, no matter how great the reward...an important lesson for small business owners and entrepreneurs looking for their big break. So strap on that leather loincloth and grab your shield. In this latest installment of "What I Learned From..." we're going to Thermopylae. read more »
What struck me most about the gummy chandelier was that the maker must have hoarded gummy bears for years before having a large enough pool of raw material!
Jokes apart, the chandelier looks pretty, and is colorful. One can see gummies of all shades in the lamp. The layers add to the visual appeal of this great décor item. read more »
According to the Associated Press , George Foreman will be a Judge on `American Inventor'. The "boxing great, ordained minister and grilling guru George Foreman just added another job to his resume: reality-TV judge. "
Foreman will be joined by former NBA executive Pat Croce, British businessman Peter Jones and undergarments entrepreneur Sara Blakely, creator of Spanx. The show's new host is Nick Smith. read more »
According to the Philadephia Inquirer, Pat Croce is going prime-time as a Judge on American Inventor.
The newspaper states "The Villanova entrepreneur has been signed as one of four judges for the next season of ABC's American Inventor, according to a rep of FremantleMedia North America, which also produces American Idol." read more »
Hate changing the oil in your boat?
Our Guest Blogger, Matt Bobryk, is an advertising writer who just so
happens to be a certified gear head and obsessed with anything with a
motor in it. He wanted to share some of the latest innovations in boating with the readers of AmericanInventorSpot.com.
Here's his article: read more »* * * * *
Clocky on the other hand is more like a pet. He loves playing hide and seek, and catch me if you can. He is not that great to look at, but the cute face makes the owner laugh at a critical time of the day...waking up time. Clocky is customiseable to a great extent and is really user friendly. Owners will fall in love with him, as they well should. read more »
The Gotta Go Briefcase for the Exec always on the run. At last, a briefcase you actually are supposed to take a dump in.
The Dog Flask keeps food warm and the water fresh and portable.
Open up the containers for a snack, lunch or drink!
I can already hear the mutts barking with joy. Warm home-cooked meals and fresh water for them too, on your next road trip! read more »
And so, the search for perfect pearly whites continues. But this time the answer lies not in a dentist's chair, but in a new gizmo.
The Ionic Teeth Whitener uses a special blue LED light to whiten teeth!
After the initial shock of trying to visualize a LED in my mouth, I started learning more about the contraption. read more »
*The Los Angeles, Orlando, and Houston audition dates have changed.
*See city venues for location updates.
The auditions are scheduled to take place starting March 2007, in the following cities listed below:
LOS ANGELES – MARCH 18TH -
Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S. Figueroa St. Los Angeles, CA – 90015 read more »