Walmart has the Onkyo HT-RC460 7.2-Channel Network A/V Receiver for $249.98 with free in-store pickup (or $4.97 standard shipping). That's easily the lowest price we could find (by as much as half off). You are getting USB port for iPod and iPhone, 80 watts per channel into seven channels, Ethernet port, Dolby True HD, DD Plus, and PLIIz decoding, eight HDMI inputs, USB connectivity, two HDMI outputs and much more.
Enthusiasts (mostly Silicon Valley hipsters) embrace and love Google+. They are on it constantly, posting this and discussing that and bragging about their Google Glasses and all that other bullshit. I just spent 20 minutes on the stupid site trying to add this blog to the feed. No luck. Also, all of my current feeds in it (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.) haven’t been posting since earlier this year.
I’ve tried refreshing, deleting all of them and adding them back, all to no avail. Finally, I gave up. I don’t use the service anyway and now probably never will. So I went ahead and deleted my account; no need for it.
I am and have always been a Facebook junkie. Probably because I can communicate with people I have met in life and converse and debate with them versus arguing with some troll from Silicon Valley. Or wherever.
The internet is so noisy. -__-
Redesigned from hood to hitch to be the strongest and most capable Silverado ever
Boasting a stronger, quieter and more comfortable cabin; redesigned steering, suspension and brakes; innovative cargo storage solutions in the bed; and three new, specially-engineered EcoTec3 engine options, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado is destined to redefine the full-size pickup market yet again and will be available soon here at…