- $99 for $200 worth of customized photo albums from AlbumLand's online catalog
- A professional design team at AlbumLand transforms photos from your computer, DVD, or image-saving device, into artistic photo books
- While gift certificates may be ordered for photo-loving friends, this Groupon may also be used to begin your own photo album project
- Choose from a variety of covers in AlbumLand's book binding style, including caviar, clove, dove, sweet pea, and terra cotta
- Photos printed on high-quality finishing paper, and bound in a books of various sizes
- Check out AlbumLand's album ideas for tips on how to customize your photo album
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$99 for $200 Worth of Customized Photo Albums from AlbumLand
In a Nutshell
- Customized photo albums
- Professional design team
- Gift certificates or personal album projects
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The Groupon Guide to: Mind vs. Body
Dualists such as René Descartes know that the mind and the body are separate entities. Here's a guide to determining which of these feuding halves you should turn to in a crisis:
The Situation: You need to cram all night for an important endocrinology exam.
Use Your Mind or Your Body? Your body. Spend the night tattooing the endocrine system's relevant diseases and secretions onto your upper torso, but leave enough room to tattoo the Constitution in case you decide to become a Supreme Court justice instead.
The Situation: One of Robert Frost's notebooks is trapped under a burning Chrysler LeBaron.
Use Your Mind or Your Body? Your mind. Refusing to lift the car off the notebook yourself will show the impotence of poetry.
The Situation: A bully kicks sand in your face.
Use Your Mind or Your Body? Neither. Instead of using your body to fight back or your mind to conjure up a clever retort, harness your sense of shame to detach your body's molecules from each other and dissipate into the ether.