Lo, in the twilight days of the second year of the second decade of the third millennium did a great darkness descend over the wireless internet connectivity of the people of 276 Ferndale Street in the North-Central lands of Iowa. For many years, the gentlefolk of these lands basked in a wireless network overflowing with speed and ample internet, flowing like a river into their Compaq Presario. Many happy days did the people spend checking Hotmail and reading USAToday.com.
But then one gray morning did Internet Explorer 6 no longer load The Google. Refresh was clicked, again and again, but still did Internet Explorer 6 not load The Google. Perhaps The Google was broken, the people thought, but then The Yahoo too did not load. Nor did Hotmail. Nor USAToday.com. The land was thrown into panic. Internet Explorer 6 was minimized then maximized. The Compaq Presario was unplugged then plugged back in. The old mouse was brought out and plugged in beside the new mouse. Still, The Google did not load.
Some in the kingdom thought the cause of the darkness must be the Router. Little was known of the Router, legend told it had been installed behind the recliner long ago by a shadowy organization known as Comcast. Others in the kingdom believed it was brought by a distant cousin many feasts ago. Concluding the trouble must lie deep within the microchips, the people of 276 Fernadale Street did despair and resign themselves to defeat.
But with the dawn of the feast of Christmas did a beacon of hope manifest itself upon the inky horizon. Riding in upon a teal Ford Focus came a great warrior, a suitor of the gentlefolks’ granddaughter. Word had spread through the kingdom that this warrior worked with computers and perhaps even knew the true nature of the Router.
The theme song is a piece of production music called “Temptation Sensation” by German composer Heinz Kiessling. Additionally, Kiessling’s work (“On Your Bike” and “Blue Blood”) can also be heard during various scene transitions throughout the show, along with other composers and pieces such as Christopher Movick (“Off Boradway”), Joe Brook (“Moonbeam Kiss”) and Karl Grell (“Honey Bunch”). Many of the tracks heard in the series have been taken from Cafe Romantique, an album of easy listening production music collected by Extreme Music, the production music library unit of Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Independent record label, Fervor Records has also contributed music to the show. Songs from The Jack Gray Orchestra’s album, Easy Listening Symph-O-Nette (“Take A Letter Miss Jones”, “Golly Gee Whiz”, and “Not a Care in the World”) and the John Costello III release Giants of Jazz (“Birdcage”, “Cotton Club” and “Quintessential”) are heard in several episodes. The soundtrack, featuring most of the music heard on the show was released on September 1, 2010.
Now, on to the stealing sharing:
You can download the ringtone in .m4r format (open it up, and it should go directly to the “Ringtones” section of iTunes) right here:
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This is my favorite part:
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The case is being sold for $.99 each and includes free shipping. Get yours here. I would but don’t think it’s a good buy.
Meet the Samsung DualView TL225 - Yet another example of technology making the world a better place, this time for the girl who goes out at night and ends up taking 1,000 pictures of herself and her BFF from an arm’s length away, lens pointed towards them, a.k.a. all girls:
(get it? there’s a screen on the FRONT too, so you can take those perfect pictures of yourself every single time)