Tell me that's not one of the funnier ones.
― Mark G, Tuesday, 23 June 2009 08:35 (3 years ago) Permalink
I like this one:
The War to Save Our Kids: Raising G-rated Kids in an X-rated Worldby Richard P LindsayEdition: PaperbackAvailability: Out of Print--Limited Availability 15 used & new from $0.62
30 of 34 people found the following review helpful:5.0 out of 5 stars Tremendous, July 6, 2002Trying to shield our children from the pervasive obscenity of modern culture is a more-or-less full-time job as any parent knows. Thank goodness therefore for this sensitive and helpful guide to responsible parenting. Sometimes the old ways are best: when my own dad caught me smoking when I was a teenager, he sat me down at the kitchen table and I wasn't allowed to get up until I had finished the entire packet. That worked, after a fashion. I tried a similar approach with my own son Jonathan when I recently found a stash of porn videos in his room. I believe he found the 9 hour marathon viewing as uncomfortable as I did, and I have high hopes of weaning him of this filth.
― Dorian (Dorianlynskey), Tuesday, 23 June 2009 08:47 (3 years ago) Permalink
sure! i thought so anyway, but i was drunk when i read it.
Advertising on the Internet (Second Edition): How to Get Your Message Across on the World Wide Webby Neil Barrett Ph.D.Edition: PaperbackPrice: $22.76
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful: Hi - XXX 100% Britney naked hardcore XXX, September 19, 2001A sound guide to creating a strategy that keeps you in touch with your consumers in this fast-changing, new media environment. The fundamentals of advertising on the Internet are no different than other media. As a marketer, you need "reach" and "targeting" and Barratt's and Armstrong's guide will help you devise the strategy that suits you and your company's needs.
hell, maybe he's not as funny as i think he is. his sense of humour (<---note british spelling) is definitely pretty dry and understated.
― messiahwannabe, Tuesday, 23 June 2009 08:49 (3 years ago) Permalink
compare and contrast to J.E. Swearingen, who i'm guessing is american and reads the onion:
Intimo Men's Classic Satin RobePrice: $28.00Availability: This item is currently unavailable.
(*****) Well hello, December 1, 2005
Hey there. Sorry for the robe, I wasn't expecting company.
Boy, it's snowing up a storm out there, huh? You've got a snowflake right on your eyelash. No, other one. Here, let me get it for you. Hold still.
There we go.
Here take a seat. You want something to drink? Irish coffee maybe? It'll warm you right up. Two Irish coffees it is!
Here you go. I'm just gonna push these papers aside, mind if I squeeze in? Ah. Amazing how a day of doing nothing can tire you out, am I right?
Is there something on my lap?
Oh my! I am sorry! Just slipped right out of the robe, didn't it? I really wasn't expecting company, I'll just put that right back. My sincere apologies. You were saying?
Hmm. And your children are complaining? No, no, but you have a problem with it, I see. And I'm doing this in front of the windows constantly? Well, my dear, T'ai Chi Ch'uan is the art of graceful movement. Emphasis on movement. I have to move around.
Did you know that T'ai Chi Ch'uan translates to "Supreme Fist?"
Oh my! There is goes again! Perhaps I should just slip upstairs and throw on a pair of Jockeys. Excuse me, will you? No, no, there's no need to leave! It will be but a moment!
Well, suit yourself.
Okay, that time? Right then? When it fell out? That was kind of on purpose.
― messiahwannabe, Tuesday, 23 June 2009 08:56 (3 years ago) Permalink
I like this one:The War to Save Our Kids: Raising G-rated Kids in an X-rated World
The War to Save Our Kids: Raising G-rated Kids in an X-rated World
Yep, fair enough, that one I laffed.
― Mark G, Tuesday, 23 June 2009 08:59 (3 years ago) Permalink
Easily the best of Aztec cameras output.Spanish horses is just amazing.Buy this, then buy all of his solo stuff as it just gets better and better!You hardly ever see Roddy on the telly cos they only show talentless junkies and talentless ho's who I hope OD very soon.
― Old Man of Hoy-ho Silver Lining (Billy Dods), Sunday, 30 August 2009 15:44 (3 years ago) Permalink
5.0 out of 5 stars Jesse is tops in my books, April 18, 1999By A CustomerI think that cd rocked I met Jesse Camp during MTV summer share and if u judge him by his appearance then you are a nobody. Jesse is sweet and a kind misunderstood sole I am his beauty queen or t least thats what he called me so I love the man. and I hope he makes it big I will be at his concert you can bet that
― well pull down my pants and call me swamp thing (latebloomer), Friday, 16 October 2009 03:41 (3 years ago) Permalink
One of these customer recommendations is not like the others!
― Waldstein Sinatra (Paul in Santa Cruz), Friday, 22 October 2010 08:28 (2 years ago) Permalink
As for the actual entries, Christian readers will find it rewarding to compare his definitions of such words as "marriage", "education", "sin", "law", "faith", "prayer", etc., with those given in any modern dictionary. They will probably be surprised at the great differences, and may come away with a renewed respect for this great American.
read this book and come away with a renewed disdain for the last one hundred and fifty years of americans
book looks awesome btw
― inimitable bowel syndrome (schlump), Saturday, 6 November 2010 19:20 (2 years ago) Permalink
a review of the "love you down" by inoj/"freak it" by lathun double single:
1 of 3 people found the following review helpful:5.0 out of 5 stars Inoj is true diva material!!!!, July 8, 1999By A CustomerThis review is from: Love You Down / Freak It (Audio CD)Inoj is a true diva just like Brandy..They both have such beautiful,strong voices....she puts singers like Aretha Franklin to shame, when she sang backup for Aretha Franklin on "Here We Go", you could not hear Aretha because Inoj's vocals were so beautiful and strong and powerful while Aretha was watered out by Inoj's superb vocals. If you like diva's with powerful, soulful voices,you should check this song out. Who needs singers like Aretha, Mariah, and Whitney, when we have a diva like Inoj. I wish Inoj and Brandy would have sung The Prince Of Egypt song instead of Mariah and Whitney considering they have much stronger voices. I think that Inoj, Brandy, Courtney Love,and Tatyana Ali should have been on Diva's Live instead of weak singers like Aretha, Whitney, Cher and Mariah. They all pale in comparison to the beautiful, nice bodied Inoj who is shaped just like a beautiful supermodel.
i could have done without the dig at her body but lol at the rest.
― teledyldonix, Saturday, 6 November 2010 19:39 (2 years ago) Permalink
i'm suspicisous of all those reviews on this power supply, apart from the one with 1 star of course lol
― F-Unit (Ste), Saturday, 26 February 2011 12:03 (2 years ago) Permalink
bugger, wrong board
― F-Unit (Ste), Saturday, 26 February 2011 12:16 (2 years ago) Permalink
OMG Acer is such shit.
― Funye West! (u s steel), Saturday, 26 February 2011 14:54 (2 years ago) Permalink
taken from the charlie sheen thread, if you haven't read this you're missing out:
35 of 42 people found the following review helpful: 5.0 out of 5 stars Carlos Etstevez is the best estevez (just behind joe), August 26, 2001 By john stamos (LACA) - See all my reviewsThis review is from: A Peace of My Mind (Paperback) Charlie is a personal friend of mine, and i have been reading his poetry for years. This collection is the best of the best as far as Chas's art is concerned. When one works on a show like full house, one sees many forms of expression (from "youve got it dude" to "Watch the hair!" [my personal favorite!]). Sheen expresses the overall feeling of the modern man. From our disgust with the system (damn the man) to our love of sheenistry. Not many people realized that i not only function as an actor, but as a producer. How does this relate to Los? one might ask. Well, sheen PRODUCES some pretty good poetry. Ok ok. Some of sheen's poems may be seen as obscene, thats what i hear anyway. Well, thats trash. that is like saying c thomas howell is a bad tennis player. its just flat out not true. Sheen steals part of ourselves and gives us a chunk of humanity and sheenathan. And, everything that is sheentastic. i remember when a young man named carlos estevez came to town and tried to break into the business. After a name change and a little flick named Lucas, the buzz was too loud to ignore. i personally think that the artist formerly known as estevez will be known more for his poetry than for his acting. carlos is of a caliber not normally seen in this lifetime. I know that sheen has given us all something to think about. ok, i know what you are thinking. he is a mysoginist. nope. he is a drug addict/alcoholic. nope. first of all, as sheen once said, "nobody ever told me it wasnt ok to have a good time." ill vouch for that. ive known the man for quite a while, and never, i mean never, during that time did anyone tell the man that it was not ok to have a good time. now, time to get down to the nitty gritty. The poetry. it is outstanding. brilliant. fun. did i say outstanding? yeah. i am going to go out on a limb here. are you ready? sheen has produced the greatest book of all time. did i say the greatest book of all time? yes. the greatest book of poetry of all time? nope. the greatest book of all time. Why? well ill answer that. sheen is willing to take on the greatest of topics. i wont spoil anything, but lets just say he runs the gamut from A to F. F stands for a bad word. now im going to introduce a new word. Sheenastia. verb. - to live life with the greatest of detailed theological reasoning known to the human form. NOUN - a bong. There is one movie that i would like to expound upon. please allow. NO CODE OF CONDUCT is a film not like any other. on the surface, it seems to be the story of a man's struggle to solve a crime. yeah, yeah, but thats not the end of it. It is ultimately an allegory of one man's search for truth. It may have been directed by the greatest new directing talent on the planet. bret michaels. alright, enough. back to my experience as it relates to sheen. sheens and my life have intertwined on not only a physical but a spiritual level. And through sheens words, i have found life. life's name is estevez. the extevez tribe started in spain in the year 4000 bc. when the spanish conquered much of south america, the estevez's moved on to find their fortune in the new world. they made it, but little jose esteves, didnt. this created a long line of disillusionment within the sheen's inner circle. it lasted for generations, and was not truly harnessed in art until young carlos sheen, born 2350 years after jose, gave his artistic gifts to the world. now, we experience a new form of sheen. a new form of expression. i believe that this book will outlast us all, and will be the final testament of a species that never fully grasped their capability. Call me oldfashioned, but that is the way i feel. sheen has given us what we may never repay. now i will get to the real purpose of this review. i, as a spiritual being, believe in my deepest darkest regions, that sheen the publishing of this book breaks the forth seal of the apolcolypse. that being said, i also believe that sheen is not human. allow me to qualify. sheen, the father of modern thought, is supernatural. sure martin claims to be his biological father. but i know this is not the case. the conception of one carlos sheen-estevez was one of divinity. this impregnation parallels that of another great book of poetry. in fact, i'm not convinced that sheen did not write that great book, as either one apostles or the Lord himself. How did this happen, it cant be true you say. permit my clarification. it is not widely known, but this book of poetry was originally written by sheen during a year of isolation and meditation in the mountains. sheen during this binge of spirituality, would go into trances where he would write unconsciously. Big deal, you say. well, did i mention that he wrote it in a dead language known as aremaic. Once this book is broken down, translated back into other languages and then back to native american languages, we will get the true translation, we will see THE BOOK OF SHEEN aka a piece of my mind.
― frogbs, Saturday, 26 February 2011 18:04 (2 years ago) Permalink
that really is a treat
― HOOStory is back. Fasten your steenbelts. (BIG HOOS aka the steendriver), Saturday, 26 February 2011 19:25 (2 years ago) Permalink
― Algerian Goalkeeper, Sunday, 27 February 2011 03:46 (2 years ago) Permalink
hahahahahaha"convey a gammit of images, emotions, and ideas"don't ever change, PEW.
― I'd rather climb into the saddle of my Ford Mustang and sink spurs (stevie), Sunday, 27 February 2011 11:08 (2 years ago) Permalink
he didn't change
― Algerian Goalkeeper, Sunday, 27 February 2011 15:43 (2 years ago) Permalink
Carlos Etstevez is the best estevez
I'm assuming Charlie reviewed his own work on Amazon. Quite the ego there, Charlie.
― Is Aware That She Hasn't Replied Much Lately (MintIce), Sunday, 27 February 2011 20:46 (2 years ago) Permalink
A review for Appendix Out's "Rye Bears a Poison" record:
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:5.0 out of 5 stars great folk fun, April 4, 2002By A CustomerThis review is from: Rye Bears a Poison (Audio CD)Great songs, great singer, great fun to play.
I like this music so much. It make me happy and I want to run and play in the sun in my cardigan sweater and pick those flowers that blow apart in the wind. The best song by far is the one for Lassie because as they sing the song I can close my eyes and picture the dog running through windy grass on a hot afternoon going to lie down with he master. Lassie was a goo dog and he even got he own show.
Nice folky songs. Pretty good for any mood.
― daily growing, Wednesday, 4 May 2011 21:17 (2 years ago) Permalink
This woman's only review:
One must sometimes delve into the background of an author to acquire that person's worldview and how it molds their material, especially when the material being used for historical accounts for educational purposes. "Private Demons" a biography of Shirley Jackson by Judy Oppenheimer, reveals a plethora of information about the author, including that fact that she was an occultist and active occult writer. This book is written with a religiously unilateral, occcult/rationalistic view. Despite intense political & religious controversy surrounding this story, there was an enormous amount of literature concerning broader aspects of the trials which held alternate views not relayed in many of Ms. Jackson's often innaccurate and spiritually condescending renderings of the account.
Many believed the girls were commissioned by Satan to divide Christ's Kingdom through false accusations. Ms. Jackson mocks these Spiritual leaders by negating their position that the root of the dissention began with the afflicted girls and their occult involvement, and alludes that these leaders were vehicles of dissention in the community, by advocating that the colonists oppose Christian teachings. Spiritual leaders were trying to expose their belief that Satan's ploy was to sow seeds of division in the church. Ms. Jackson makes no tangential, historical reference to this fact, that spiritual leaders believed the root of the dissention began with occult involvement.
Ms. Jackson omits various aspects of the afflicted girl's involvement in occult practices, and substitutes a rationalistic world view to explain the occurences. Rationalism excludes Biblical interpretations and the value of conventions and dangers of popular superstitions. Ms. Jackson does not depict occult activities utilized by the afflicted women to avoid any inference as to the validity of an alternate power. Rather, she alleges that these girls merely "pretended" to be controlled by demons, ignoring the fact that many Christian leaders strongly believed in Satanic influence surrounding these issues.
You will notice that the bulk of the content provided by the author in the "afterword" section expresses her rationalistic viewpoint when she focuses heavily on demonology as a myth, and places blame for the witch trials on religious fervor and intolerance, boredom, psychological pressure, and possible physiological disorders. Ms. Jackson attempts to categorize spiritual leaders as zealots.
Ms. Jackson consistently negates to include accurate historical information throughout her book. Ms. Jackson could not include this information because it would not conform to her rationalistic view. It appears that Ms. Jackson selectively utilized facts she chose to paint the picture she wanted the reader to see by flavoring the historical rendering to that of her own world view. She does this by mocking the power of Satan, and accredits belief in his existence to ignorance. By enmeshing her view within her account of the actual events, Ms. Jackson emphatically and repeatedly negates the significance of a ubiquitous entity believed in by a multitude of religions still to this day. I would not recommend this material to be used in a primary or middle school setting as is has the potential to religiously sway an immature reader. It does not qualifies as a concise, historical rendering suitable to be contained as part of the curriculum in a public school setting based on the conjectural commentaries of religiously sensitive content espoused by Ms. Jackson. This material is more suitable to a mature reader who is readily equipped to separate true historical facts from biased conjecture. Please take notice as to the origin of where this book is listed in the Classified Catalog, Sixteenth Edition, under 100 PHILOSOPHY, PARAPSYCHOLOGY AND OCCULTISM, PSYCHOLOGY, 133.4 Demonology and witchcraft. The rendering is an edited account of history through a rationalistic world view, that is condescending and offensive to any aware Christian reader.
― bamcquern, Sunday, 20 November 2011 03:41 (1 year ago) Permalink
_I like this one:The War to Save Our Kids: Raising G-rated Kids in an X-rated World_Yep, fair enough, that one I laffed.
― Naive Teen Idol, Sunday, 20 November 2011 04:38 (1 year ago) Permalink
5.0 out of 5 stars A Truly Human Sound, November 1, 2000By Robert Bezimienny (Sydney, NSW Australia) - See all my reviews(REAL NAME) Amazon Verified Purchase(What's this?)This review is from: Feelin the Spirit (Audio CD)In this recording Mr.Green sets aside his familiar Gibson LS5 guitar in favour of the rather obscure Central American mystic, Sister Alessandra Jorge Diaz (from the order of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour), who proves to be a most marvellous instrument. She is heard strung with traditional gut, and with the more resonant steel, and in both cases she delivers a highly uncommon sound. Mr.Green's uses of the plectrum and of the kapok are very instructive. Mr.Hancock, undoubtedly inspired by Mr.Green's liberties, relinquishes his beloved piano and plays Mr.Harvery Lionel Bally of Rusty Springs, Idaho. Mr.Bally's upper registers are something of a pleasant surprise, but his lower reaches leave much to be desired. When all is said and done, however, all praise must go to Mr.Hancock's well-oiled technique for providing such stimulating accompaniment. Noted bassist, Butch Warren, here masters the art of bowing and plucking Mrs.Eugenie Fillapot, a long-time jazz nut, while Billy Higgins hits the skins of a certain Otto Franz Mommsen, who later filed suit against Blue Note Records for alleged breaches of contract and propriety. Garvin Masseaux sticks to shaking his tambourine, and this can be considered the only sour and conservative note in what is otherwise a highly enjoyable and experimental album, way ahead of its own, or any other, time.
― demolition with discretion (m coleman), Monday, 23 April 2012 12:48 (1 year ago) Permalink
that's a great one
― curmudgeon, Tuesday, 24 April 2012 20:03 (1 year ago) Permalink
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:16 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no doubt that Cheez-It has made some really classic crackers for all to enjoy. They have had a winning formula for the past several generation with great cheddar crackers that seemed timeless. When I heard they were going to make a mozzarella cheese cracker, I was very skeptical, and it didn't feel like anything that seemed like it was anything that extraordinary. I was right. The first taste of the new mozzarella Cheez-It crackers, reminded me of just how much they tasted like the classic Cheez-It crackers, and I was right. These Cheez-It crackers, taste like the classic cheddar taste of the classic crackers they have been known for definitely. In fact, they are actually made with a mixture of white cheddar cheese into the crackers. Not all mozzarella cheese. They taste alright, but not anything that was a wow factor. If you've loved Cheez-It crackers over the years, I suggest you give their new mozzarella cheese a try.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:47 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no doubt that it has been twenty years since Tetris made its debut as a video game.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:48 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no question that Nicki Minaj has honestly been one of the most corniest rappers and singers I have heard for the past several years. Musically, she cannot even sing a note.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:49 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no doubt that when it has came down to Linksys, they have made honestly the best in wireless routers for all your internet connections for your computers, and video game systems.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:52 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no question that Jennifer Lopez just hasn't been able to shimmer in her music lately.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 17:56 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no question that when it has came down to Toni Braxton, musically she has shwon no boundaries for all.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 18:01 (1 year ago) Permalink
There is no question that when it came down to Maxi-Matic toaster ovens, there are few and far between that are really worth their money, but there are few that are worth their spirit.
― crüt, Monday, 7 May 2012 18:04 (1 year ago) Permalink
― fish frosch (seandalai), Thursday, 18 October 2012 16:30 (7 months ago) Permalink
Oops this is an ILM thread. Oh well.