David's List - 2005


In work......

Remember these are just suggestions for anyone needing ideas -- any ideas you have are welcome.

  1. DVD Burner -- Lite-on model 165h6s.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.asp?DEPA=0&type=&Description=165h6s&Submit=ENE&N=0&Ntk=all
     
    If you have any trouble with the above link, just go to Newegg.com and search for 165h6s.  You will probably see at least two results.  I want the OEM version, not the RETAIL version.  Should be $31.99 or less (depending on color) plus $5.64 or less for shipping.  I don't care what color it is.  Newegg.com is a very safe site to order from -- any problems they fix promptly.  Stock comes and goes, so they may have it one day and be out of stock the next.
  2. Linked ring puzzles, medium to extra difficult or severe.  In "Uncle's Puzzles" line I already have Grand Wizzard, The Ladder, Pentagon, and The Ring.  You can do a google.com search on Uncle's puzzles.  Or look for other lines -- I like the really tough ones for myself, but I like the easier ones, too, as they make good introductory puzzles for kids who come to our house (or adults who have been drinking).
  3. Gift Certificate -- Walmart or Target or Lowes or Home Depot or JC Penney or Acadamey Sports or Half.com
  4. Real Estate Development books I want (check Half.com or Amazon.com to see if a reasonably priced one is available at the moment -- they come and go):  "Professional Real Estate Development" by Richard B. Peiser (2003 edition);  "Residential Land Development Practices: A Textbook on Developing Land into Finished Lots" by David E. Johnson
  5. Book by Orson Scott Card:  "Enchantment" (used is wonderful, see half.com)
  6. Books by Greg Iles:  Mortal Fear, The Quiet Game, Blood Memory, Black Cross, or Spandau Phoenix (used is wonderful, see half.com)
  7. Book by Robert Newton Peck:  "Soup" (the first in the Soup series) (used is wonderful, see half.com)
  8. Any or none of the above, and/or ideas you have are great as well.

 


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