#### alexgregory18

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If they are as good as the 10 dollar microsoft optical mice im using now, then they were worth 5.03 for three..

Barack Hussein Obama, Karl Marx would be so proud of your Constitution raping skills...

#### jaylu

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decent woot

#### Stexe

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Wittle teeny foo-foo is with woot deleting posts that are not off topic or vulgar? Limiting expression of freedom? That is the fastest way to alienate potential buyers.

#### Stexe

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We Got Problems
Section 2-14: Solve the word problems below. Show your work.

1. On Friday, Angie buys a Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse for the price shown above. The next day, she buys two more, at a total price 315% higher than on Friday. The following Wednesday, she buys another one, this time for 13/16ths of the price of one of the mice she bought on Saturday. What kind of weirdo needs this many mice?

1. Someone who runs a location with many computers or resells mice, or has some strage mice fetish.

2. A Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse is on a train heading due east from Chicago, travelling at 58 miles per hour. How long before the train sinks into Lake Michigan?

2. A train could not travel far enough off its tracks to sink into Lake Michigan, so never.

3. Mr. Britches the parakeet weighs four times more than the Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse. Together, they weigh 15 ounces. Where do they bury the survivors?

3. You don't bury survivors (unless you want them to die).

4. The scroll wheel on the Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse can scroll both vertically and horizontally. Use the quadratic formula to show why we should give a damn.

4. Using the quadratic formula would not give you an answer to the quesiton, but why you should care is because it lets you scroll around a page easier and do graphical design better and faster.

5. Steve and Laura are planning a car trip with a total distance of 3,475 miles. Steve has five tires, and wants to rotate them throughout the trip so that each tire will be used for the same number of miles. Will Laura regret travelling with such an anal-retentive fussbudget?

5. Most likely she will, as changing the tires so each one will be used for the same number of miles will require an extremely long time, and most likely he will be asking help from her while he does the work.

6. Willis has 68 Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mice. One day, he gives away one of them. Each subsequent day, he gives away one more than he did the previous day. Does this sudden generosity mean Willis is planning suicide?

6. Not likely, if he was planning suicide he would give them all away at the same time. Giving them away in such a calculated way seems more like he is running a contest or something.

#### Stexe

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We Got Problems
Section 2-14: Solve the word problems below. Show your work.

1. On Friday, Angie buys a Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse for the price shown above. The next day, she buys two more, at a total price 315% higher than on Friday. The following Wednesday, she buys another one, this time for 13/16ths of the price of one of the mice she bought on Saturday. What kind of weirdo needs this many mice?

1. Someone who runs a location with many computers or resells mice, or has some strage mice fetish.

2. A Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse is on a train heading due east from Chicago, travelling at 58 miles per hour. How long before the train sinks into Lake Michigan?

2. A train could not travel far enough off its tracks to sink into Lake Michigan, so never.

3. Mr. Britches the parakeet weighs four times more than the Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse. Together, they weigh 15 ounces. Where do they bury the survivors?

3. You don't bury survivors (unless you want them to die).

4. The scroll wheel on the Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mouse can scroll both vertically and horizontally. Use the quadratic formula to show why we should give a damn.

4. Using the quadratic formula would not give you an answer to the quesiton, but why you should care is because it lets you scroll around a page easier and do graphical design better and faster.

5. Steve and Laura are planning a car trip with a total distance of 3,475 miles. Steve has five tires, and wants to rotate them throughout the trip so that each tire will be used for the same number of miles. Will Laura regret travelling with such an anal-retentive fussbudget?

5. Most likely she will, as changing the tires so each one will be used for the same number of miles will require an extremely long time, and most likely he will be asking help from her while he does the work.

6. Willis has 68 Philips US2-PA1034 Optical Mice. One day, he gives away one of them. Each subsequent day, he gives away one more than he did the previous day. Does this sudden generosity mean Willis is planning suicide?

6. Not likely, if he was planning suicide he would give them all away at the same time. Giving them away in such a calculated way seems more like he is running a contest or something.

#### tlight

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Stexe wrote:Wittle teeny foo-foo is with woot deleting posts that are not off topic or vulgar? Limiting expression of freedom? That is the fastest way to alienate potential buyers.

On the other hand, it's also a great way to improve their buyer demographic, thusly increasing sales. Believe it or not, quite a few of the buyers here don't really want to feel like they're dealing with McLovin on a very special episode of "Superbad Goes Shopping". You need to remember that not everyone is in the 18-24 male, never been laid, living in their Mother's basement demographic. Your statement about "limiting espression of freedom" (which would work better as "limiting freedom of expression") alienating potential buyers is actually laughable. Woot is a business. Their sole purpose is to make money, not provide yet another forum for a\$\$clowns to post LOLcats, measure penii, and post semipornographic pics of the flavor of the week.

~sic transit gloria mundi~
10/13/2006: Kensington Wireless Convertible Pocket Mini Mouse 10/13/2006: Vector 1 Mill CP Spotlight 3/23/2007: Excalibur 4GB USB Portable Drive 4/1/2007:Random gristle 4/27/2007:Screaming Monkey w/ Black Cape 7/20/2007:D14 Portable Universal Chgr 10/25/2007: DirectTV/Tivo Remote 11/16/2007: Living Waterfalls DVD 11/18/2007: Micro Remote Helicopter 2/15/2008: Philips Optical Mouse 6/20/2008: Coleman Fish Pen–Retractable Fishing Pole

#### tlight

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happyhourhemi wrote:I think anyone that gets upset about someone using caps is complet knob.
there I said it.

I think that anyone that gets upset about anyone getting upset about someone using caps is a complete tool. Sorry, tool beats knob.

~sic transit gloria mundi~
10/13/2006: Kensington Wireless Convertible Pocket Mini Mouse 10/13/2006: Vector 1 Mill CP Spotlight 3/23/2007: Excalibur 4GB USB Portable Drive 4/1/2007:Random gristle 4/27/2007:Screaming Monkey w/ Black Cape 7/20/2007:D14 Portable Universal Chgr 10/25/2007: DirectTV/Tivo Remote 11/16/2007: Living Waterfalls DVD 11/18/2007: Micro Remote Helicopter 2/15/2008: Philips Optical Mouse 6/20/2008: Coleman Fish Pen–Retractable Fishing Pole

#### Stexe

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tlight wrote:On the other hand, it's also a great way to improve their buyer demographic, thusly increasing sales. Believe it or not, quite a few of the buyers here don't really want to feel like they're dealing with McLovin on a very special episode of "Superbad Goes Shopping". You need to remember that not everyone is in the 18-24 male, never been laid, living in their Mother's basement demographic. Your statement about "limiting espression of freedom" (which would work better as "limiting freedom of expression") alienating potential buyers is actually laughable. Woot is a business. Their sole purpose is to make money, not provide yet another forum for a\$\$clowns to post LOLcats, measure penii, and post semipornographic pics of the flavor of the week.

Yes, woot is a business, and alienating potential buyers HURTS their business. Plus, my "limiting expression of freedom" was a play on words. Also, my previous posts was not something that was immature or childish -- but rather witty and clever (if I do say so myself). Either way, as long as a post is not vulgar or childish (as your "Superbad" example would obviously be), it should stay.

#### aznboiah

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Has anyone received any of these mouses yet? I didn't get a notification if my order went through or not.

#### rx8doc

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nope no word of ship yet

#### rausch713

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I like mine. I think scroll wheel glowing blue is cool, but I am easily entertained.

My sig was too long

#### hikerjohnd

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aznboiah wrote:Has anyone received any of these mouses yet? I didn't get a notification if my order went through or not.

I got my tracking number, but it comes up as invalid - I sent a message to service@woot.com - will post when I receive an answer!

#### DarkElf109

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hikerjohnd wrote:I got my tracking number, but it comes up as invalid - I sent a message to service@woot.com - will post when I receive an answer!

I'm in the same spot as you, man. Eagerly awaiting Woot's response.

Good luck!