Tech Gadgets for Dad!

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Fathers Day is almost here, are you ready? Have you figured out what to get the old man this year? Well, if not- here are some great tech gifts that will make your Dad love you a little more.
P.S. Thanks to all my myspace friends for their suggestions!

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    Malcolm A. Safo

    i am going to be the best son ever

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    Malcolm A. Safo

    i am going to be the best son ever

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    Michael

    I was missing this kind of segment: informative and funny. It´s cool to have these as a counterpoint to the more serious stuff. What´s also great about seeing T&L together, is that I can never make my mind up about which of the two I enjoying watching the most. Laura ALWAYS tickles my funny bone, but Tina is cutetness personified. Ultimately, they both do a great job. Thanks.

    Unfortunately my dad passed away, and I´m (until further notice) not a dad, so I´d probably buy the noise cancelling headphones... for myself. Smiley

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    Michael

    I was missing this kind of segment: informative and funny. It´s cool to have these as a counterpoint to the more serious stuff. What´s also great about seeing T&L together, is that I can never make my mind up about which of the two I enjoying watching the most. Laura ALWAYS tickles my funny bone, but Tina is cutetness personified. Ultimately, they both do a great job. Thanks.

    Unfortunately my dad passed away, and I´m (until further notice) not a dad, so I´d probably buy the noise cancelling headphones... for myself. Smiley

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    Dengin

    So what'd you ladies end up getting for your daddies?
    And suggestions are what I do best Smiley

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    Dengin

    So what'd you ladies end up getting for your daddies?
    And suggestions are what I do best Smiley

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    Steven Welsh

    So those are the infamous headphones that Tina uses to block out Laura at work, lol.  Noise Reduction, ha ha ha.  Yeah that golf ball finder one would have been really nice but as a poor college student don't have that much money to be tossing around.  I'm definitely going to go with the beer counter.  Tina that was hilarious, "I swear I've only had 3.  No you've had 37", lol.  Great show ladies, short and sweet.

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    Steven Welsh

    So those are the infamous headphones that Tina uses to block out Laura at work, lol.  Noise Reduction, ha ha ha.  Yeah that golf ball finder one would have been really nice but as a poor college student don't have that much money to be tossing around.  I'm definitely going to go with the beer counter.  Tina that was hilarious, "I swear I've only had 3.  No you've had 37", lol.  Great show ladies, short and sweet.

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    Malcolm A. Safo

    i would love the superman laptop/ my dad did

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    Malcolm A. Safo

    i would love the superman laptop/ my dad did

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    Bob Bachand

    What if my Dad does not drink too much, watch too much TV, play golf poorly, or illegally connect to WiFi? I guess he would not fit the shallow, self-absorbed, dim-witted stereotype portrayed. Super would be the way to go then... :>)

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    Bob Bachand

    What if my Dad does not drink too much, watch too much TV, play golf poorly, or illegally connect to WiFi? I guess he would not fit the shallow, self-absorbed, dim-witted stereotype portrayed. Super would be the way to go then... :>)

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    Matthew Mushall

    This was great segment.  It's always a pleasure to see you two do anything together.  Anyway, my father is a little difficult to shop for gifts.  He doesn't particularly like to drink or play gulf.  He's quite content with my mother and prefers to pursue intellectual pursuits or construction work.  He loves his tools, but already owns at least one of every tool you can think of and a bunch you can't.  He likes computers, but only to work or play card games on, so he doesn't really need a fancy computer. 

    It can be quite difficult finding him a decent gift 3 times a year.  This year for father's day, I bought him one of those new industrial LED flashlights with a power supply that last 10 years, is waterproof, it floats, practically smashproof, and the LED is warented to least 50 years...wow.  It was expensive, but not as expensive as new computer.  He's worth it.

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    Matthew Mushall

    This was great segment.  It's always a pleasure to see you two do anything together.  Anyway, my father is a little difficult to shop for gifts.  He doesn't particularly like to drink or play gulf.  He's quite content with my mother and prefers to pursue intellectual pursuits or construction work.  He loves his tools, but already owns at least one of every tool you can think of and a bunch you can't.  He likes computers, but only to work or play card games on, so he doesn't really need a fancy computer. 

    It can be quite difficult finding him a decent gift 3 times a year.  This year for father's day, I bought him one of those new industrial LED flashlights with a power supply that last 10 years, is waterproof, it floats, practically smashproof, and the LED is warented to least 50 years...wow.  It was expensive, but not as expensive as new computer.  He's worth it.

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