* Posts by naeem

5 posts • joined 14 Sep 2007

So, what IS the worst film ever made?



has to be the Thunderbirds film..had to leave the cinema after 20 minutes - it was actually hurting my brain to sit there and watch it,

in general - anything by the clueless and talentless Adam Sandler - someone please stop him making fillms.

Ford unwraps '2013 Mondeo'


but what about the weight?

The current Mondeo, when it was introduced, came in at 147kg more than the previous model, with no real changes in the engine line-up. More obviously, it also came in looking like slightly smaller than an adult blue whale.

Looks nice - and "different" enough to make an impact - i just hope the improved handling of the last 2 models hasn't deterioated.

Cowon iAudio V5 HD media player

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i have this

the device, as some have already indicated will play aac files with some tweaking.

However, the reason you buy this machine is for video playback while you;re on the move, as i often am - and for that, it's the best I've ever seen. The first video I played on it was a 1080p file of Quantum of solace - the video was more than just amazing - in fact I still have difficulty now describing how good it really is.

And yes - the sound quality is better than any MP3/MP4 player I have had in the past - and I had 4 different ones, including an ipod.

What's the best non-iPod music player?

Jobs Horns

Creative or Sandisk have the best alternatives

I would reccomend the Creative Mozaic ZEN 8GB MP3 player - less than 50 squids bulletproof reliability and excellent sound quality.

Be kind to your stomach: eat chilies


too much chilli can damage your stomach

Hailing from the Indian sub-contninet and having eaten the whole gamut of Indian cookery for nigh on 40 years I can tell you that red chillis taken in small amounts can be extremely good for you.

However, it is accepted knowledge that more than a few a day and these can cause very serious ulcers. Heck,over-doing the green ones can do it to, though you could get away with a lot more.


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