Hand Truck Chair

Hand Truck Chair

Too silly not to love.

  • This device stores and prints grocery lists generated from the items you speak into its microphone. Using an integrated voice recognition system, the shopping list manager matches a spoken item with one of the 2,500 food, beverage... This device stores and prints grocery lists generated from the items you speak into its microphone. Using an integrated voice recognition system, the shopping list manager matches a spoken item with one of the 2,500 food, beverage, household, beauty, and office products in its database. Each spoken product appears on the LCD and you can add it to the list and print an alphabetized record with the touch of a button. The device recognizes words as specific as swordfish, emery boards, and lawn bags, and identifies errands, such as going to the bank, library, or veterinarian. You can create and manage two different lists simultaneously, add products to the database (up to a maximum of 5,000 items), and customize the sequence in which the products print to correspond with the layout of your grocery store. Attaches magnetically to a refrigerator or mounts to a wall with the included kit.

  • For my daughter-the crutches are ugly and knee surgery for a teenager is unbearable enough as it is....

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  • This Walk In Bathtub allowed my parents so much more freedom. It's so much safer and easier to use, you simply walk through the door and enjoy your bath instead of making the dangerous step up and over the slippery wall.

  • I love this desk! Modern and sleek.

  • Corey Haim is a paralyzed boy bound to a wheelchair. Yikes. He discovers the local priest's (yikes) dirty little secret (double yikes). He's a WEREWOLF! (Oh, snap!) And the priest knows he knows! (eesh) What is a kid in a wheelcha... Corey Haim is a paralyzed boy bound to a wheelchair. Yikes. He discovers the local priest's (yikes) dirty little secret (double yikes). He's a WEREWOLF! (Oh, snap!) And the priest knows he knows! (eesh) What is a kid in a wheelchair to do? RUN!...oh...wait. Great 80's teen horror.

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  • When it comes to Cougars I don't discriminate on age yet we all know the old Masai metaphor comparing Cougars to cars; they are fun and reliable but they tend to breakdown with age. That's why I recommended the EZ Riser Walker by ... When it comes to Cougars I don't discriminate on age yet we all know the old Masai metaphor comparing Cougars to cars; they are fun and reliable but they tend to breakdown with age. That's why I recommended the EZ Riser Walker by AmeriMark, a walker that will guarantee that a Cougar will safely make it to your love shack. On a personal note I once got to third base with a 98 year old Cougar. She smelled of dried apricots, baby powder and pure lust. If it sounds like I'm bragging I am.

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  • Laurie Johnson's sister decorated her crutches with leopard-print fabric when she was feeling down after a plane accident that left her with a broken left leg (and took her 23-month-old son and husband). "They were a ray of fun fo... Laurie Johnson's sister decorated her crutches with leopard-print fabric when she was feeling down after a plane accident that left her with a broken left leg (and took her 23-month-old son and husband). "They were a ray of fun for me in an otherwise sad existence," she tells People magazine (June 12, 2006). Now she's launched LemonAid Crutches, which appears to be the first line of designer crutches. The crutches are sold on the Internet for about $140 a pair - or you can just buy the fabric covers for $40. Fifty percent of all proceeds go to establish Step with Hope, a nonprofit foundation for people who have lost multiple family members.

  • I've had my Alphasmart for several years (Mine's an old 3000), and I enthusiastically recommend it. It's great for writers who don't have or don't want to lug around a laptop. It keeps its battery charge forever, it holds a ton of... I've had my Alphasmart for several years (Mine's an old 3000), and I enthusiastically recommend it. It's great for writers who don't have or don't want to lug around a laptop. It keeps its battery charge forever, it holds a ton of text, transfers easily to your computer, and weighs next to nothing. And it's cheap: $249 for the Neo (about what I paid for my 3000 way back when). I thought I'd sell mine when I got my handheld pda, but I just couldn't do it. And it's outlived the handheld many times over. It's also good for children (it's rugged) and I've seen it used by the ill and handicapped who found it hard to talk. Customer service is excellent, too. This is one of those best-kept secrets.

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