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Buy Smart Online

Updated on March 20, 2011

Buy Smart Online

We're all looking for ways to shop smart. Progressives, Liberals, Conservatives, Greenies, Socialists, Radicals, Reactionaries, and Oprah Winfrey-ites covet bargains. Online bargains represent tremendous buying opportunities for smart shoppers. You can shop till you drop, but you're better off exercising your mouse fingers and whipping out that credit card in the comfort of your spare bedroom or panic room.

if you wanna be smart, you gotta buy smart. Don't wait for smart stuff to land on your doorstep, unless you ordered it via UPS. Shop hard. Look online for great smart bargains that are too intelligent to pass up. Have your credit card handy. Memorize your PayPal password. Stay away from eBay: they wouldn't give me an affiliate ID.

100 Words To Make You Sound Smart

If, as Forest Gump's Momma asserted, "stupid is as stupid does", then certainly we may assume the same conditions apply to smartness. This Incredibly smart tome offers simple bite-sized smartness chunks, perfect for reading during commercials while watching The View or while soaking in the hot tub. Don't leave home without some words to smarten yourself.

Smart Strip LCG3 Energy Saving Surge Protector with Autoswitching Technology, 10-Outlet

Going green must be smart because all the smart people seem to be enthralled with the process. To that end, a smart outlet strip represents the epitome of energy intelligence. None of us wants to be less smart than the electricity with which we power our coffee maker. Deploy this device in the kitchen and wake up every morning secure in the knowledge that your AC and DC are working smarter than the snippy guy next door with the BMW.

Babybjörn Smart Potty

Good Grief, Charlie Brown, we all want smart babies, We sing to them, we play classical music during Mommy and Me sessions, and no one could ever possibly conceive of raising a kid that makes foolish choices in the restroom. This smart potty virtually ensures that no infant will ever lag behind when it comes to matters of the behind. Gift wrapping is available.

Nature's Path Organic Smart Bran, Psyllium & Oatbran Cereal

Continuing with our smart potty theme, this product ensures smart eating habits, which all of us seem to crave, despite the fact that McDonald's stock has doubled in the past 5 years. Chow down on oats and grains, husks and shells, roughage and fiber. Recycle the box.

Remington MS-5500 Titanium Smart System Cord/Cordless Shaver with Cleaning Base

Shaving is smart: without a good shave once a year, men tend to dunk beards in their psyllium husk cereal. This electronic rotating device provides many hours of intelligent shaving whether you need it or not. It operates as a battery-powered unit or a wall-powered cutter.

Silver Smart Cell Phone Cufflinks

Given that all smart people have cell phones, imagine how smart you will appear to be when each shirt cuff sports a tiny cell phone replica. Keep your shirt sleeves in order and impress your friends at the same time. These units will not actually make or receive telephone calls, but very few people will be smart enough to tell the difference. Hopefully you're smart enough to already have a cell phone or three.

GE 13-Watt Energy Smart

Nothing represents the epitome of household smartness like CFL light bulbs. They're as cute as pigtails and they save the Earth. Screw in a few. Incandescent light bulbs burn excessively hot (unless you have one deployed in an Easy-Bake Oven, then the heat becomes necessary) but CFL bulbs emit a relatively small amount of heat, thereby using less energy and producing equivalent volumes of light. Incandescent bulbs represent 19th century technology: CFL bulbs generate much more profit for General Electric, which cannot be a bad thing.

Chamberlain KLIK1U Clicker Transmitter Universal Garage Door Remote Control

Should you be fortunate enough to own a garage with a door in front of it, you probably realize that the ability to open your garage door is a really smart thing. You could walk up to the door and physically lift it, but that activity is as old and tired as incandescent light bulbs. Most sentient suburban garage owners rely on motorized garage door openers to do the lifting for them. To that end, a portable wireless device providing remote door opener activation capabilities offers flexibility heretofore unavailable unless you hire a doorman to stand outside your house all day long. These tiny gizmos hide in a pocket or purse, something no doorman has ever claimed.


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