Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified 200-Watt Speaker System

Logitech Z-2300 2.1 THX-Certified 200-Watt Speaker System

Cool little speaker set i picked up the previous version and it pumps things up !

  • Xbox 360 Stay Takes Online Gaming To help Brand-new Heights

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  • The "Priscilla" in this movie is the pink bus that carries three transsexuals across the wilds of the Australian desert. Encountering bigotry, fashion emergencies and transportation issues along the way, the three eventually have... The "Priscilla" in this movie is the pink bus that carries three transsexuals across the wilds of the Australian desert. Encountering bigotry, fashion emergencies and transportation issues along the way, the three eventually have their day in the sun (the stage, that is.) Funny and touching, the characters gently require you to open your mind and enjoy the ride.

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