Free Bacon For Life from ButcherBox, a newlyBaby Yoda Funko Pop!, and a $10 RAVPower 3-Port 30W Travel Charger lead off Thursday’s best deals from around the web. Bookmark Kinja Deals and follow us on Twitter to never miss a deal. Advertisement Today’s Best Tech Deals Need a new charger port for all of your devices? Whether you need this for your house or to travel, you can get great use out of the RAVPower 3-Port 30W Travel Charger. It has three USB ports, to charge smartphones, headphones, smartwatches, and more. You can get this for $10 on Amazon when you clip the $3 coupon and use promo code KINJA094 at checkout. Advertisement If you’re curious about starting you smart home, you can’t go wrong with these huge discounts on Eufy smart lighting products. Anker’s smart light bulbs have long been a reader favorite and, right now, you can use our exclusive promo code KINJASMART to take 50% off a number of eufy lights. Advertisement The … [Read more...] about Thursday’s Best Deals: BABY YODA, Free Bacon For Life, RAVPower Charger, and More
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Veloce is Italian for fast, and while it’s a bit of an aspirational title when it comes to today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Alfa Spider, it’s still a nice name to have. Let’s see if its price means it will at least be selling fast. Along with herpes, our current political climate, and salad frogs, I guess we can add diesel VW Beetle convertibles to the communal list of things entitled “I didn’t ask for that.” Advertisement Yesterday’s 2014 VW Beetle drop top not only had a fuel-sipping if not exactly clean-living diesel, but also a rare standard six-speed stick as compliment. Very few of you complimented the combination however, and at $19,991 even fewer of you lauded its cost of entry, giving the car a sizable 76 percent Crack Pipe loss. Okay, so today I think we need to hone in on what elements of that VW proved to be most egregious. Was it the convertible roof? Not likely. The manual transmission? Probably not. The price? Hmmm, … [Read more...] about At $3,500, Is This Kinda Rough 1986 Alfa Romeo Spider Veloce Still A Pretty Slick Deal?
In the past year, graphics cards have gone from the reasonably priced computer part you pick up on Amazon or Newegg to something bordering on as precious as gold. If you happen to find one being sold at its MSRP, you can easily snatch it up and sell it on Amazon for twice the price. The market has gotten so cutthroat in the face of a GPU shortage that vendors like Microcenter have limited the number of GPUs you can buy and will only sell at the original MSRP if you can prove you’re buying it for personal use. And into this fierce market enters AMD with a new CPU with an integrated graphics card so good you can leave the other GPUs to the cryptominers. Advertisement Today, AMD is launching two new APUs, or accelerated processing units, that are way cheaper than their Intel rivals but with performance that’s far better. APU, if you’re unfamiliar, is the AMD-coined term for a CPU with integrated graphics. APUs, and CPUs with integrated graphics, don’t need an … [Read more...] about AMD’s Newest Processors Are So Good You Can Skip the Graphics Card
Five months ago, less than a week after her 24th birthday, my fiancée, Shanna, collapsed. No one knew it at the time, but a blood clot had broken loose from her leg and made its way into her lung. Once it was there, it did a number of things: It put pressure on her heart, dropping her blood pressure. It made it almost impossible for her to breathe. And, despite the best efforts of nurses and paramedics and ambulance drivers and ER doctors and a thousand desperate wishes since, by the time an hour had passed, it had killed her. I was there for most of it. There, as she lay on the floor, scared but fighting, while I held her hand and mopped her brow and told her to breathe for me. There when the paramedics fought to keep her conscious and alert. There, with her family, when the emergency room doctors were finally forced to concede that no amount of CPR would make her heart beat again. There when they declared her dead, my partner, my love, my best friend. Advertisement I … [Read more...] about Fake deaths, cheap resurrections, and dealing with real grief
In case you missed this week’s episode of Real Time With Bill Maher, Milo Yiannopoulos is all the internet’s worst attributes made flesh, formed from the dregs of discarded Monster Energy drinks and conjured into existence by the low rumbling of a million “U mad, bros?” In other words, he’s a Breitbart editor. This yawning moral void in Ray-Bans thinks he’s outsmarted the PC police by being gay and an unrepentant nihilistic jagoff, but his “edgy” humor has now come back to bite him as Mediaite reports that Yiannopoulos has been disinvited from his speaking gig at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, D.C. for his comments on gay men and pedophilia. Here’s the statement from American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp: Advertisement A little context: Over the years, Yiannopoulos has made comments both oblique and overt on the topic of teenage boys having sexual relationships with older … [Read more...] about UPDATED: Milo Yiannopoulos loses book deal, speaking gig over pedophilia “jokes”