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  • Pan-Roasted Salmon with Wild Mushrooms

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Hotsacks on 07.06.09

    Good one! Salmon is my favourite fish. Glad to hear that it isn't too affected by the curry flavour. Perhaps some finely chopped capsicum would be nice with the mushrooms? More about Pan-Roasted Salmon with Wild Mushrooms

  • Ultimate Ears Super.Fi 5 Pro earphones by Logitech

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Herbertimo on 18.05.09

    They sound like toys for the rich boys. The Metro.Fi 100 are a similar set for a more realistic price. I just wonder what the difference is that requires such a big price tag. I also wonder if I'll ever really know.

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  • Drinking Tequila: 5 Tips How Not To Be a Jackass

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by EarlyRiser on 17.07.08

    I've never been a Tequila drinker, even though I've been to Mexico and bought a bottle of the hard stuff (I gave it away). This article makes me wonder just what I've been missing out on.

    Do they really make Margaritas with Tequila in NZ? I might have to give it a try next time I'm out!



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  • Online Game: Canadian Club Whisky

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Dan on 14.05.08

    You didn't say it had to be the highest score! I have a sore shoulder now so I doubt I'd get the highest anyway. :( More about Online Game: Canadian Club Whisky

  • When Your Kid's Friends Don't Suit You

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by EarlyRiser on 25.02.08

    I don't have any children, but I've often thought how I'd bring up a child if I did. No doubt, there comes a time when a child leaves the comforts of their parents choices to begin bulding a life of their own choices. With this in mind, I assume that it would be important to teach a child everything you consider they should know before this happens. Do parents actually do this today? Or do they just leave it up to school teachers to teach them these important life values? One thing is for sure, I'd bring up my child with the firm understanding that they could always ask me for unconditional advice if they get themselves into a rut. Other than that, once prepared, I'd leave them to learn their own lessons, even if it's the hard way. More about When Your Kid's Friends Don't Suit You

  • Maximise your wardrobe

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Darren on 10.04.07

    "In terms of tops, you might believe baggy (all covered up) is better - but think again."

    I like my baggie shirts! By leaving some of the length hanging out over my belt, it looks like the shirt is responsible for the girth rather than my actual size.

    I hate the fact that men get a pot belly. It looks aweful when the belt has to tie up underneath it. Women tend to bulk up further down than men and just look better.



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  • Interview with Vince Vaughn

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by alpha1cowboy on 12.02.10

    When someone has only ultra-nice things to say about the people they worked with, you have to wonder if they are just saying it because it's an interview. A big project like this has to have had its hurdles. It would have been great if Vince had some negative stories to tell as well, and perhaps some life lessons that he learned along the way. More about Interview with Vince Vaughn

  • Three Guys at the Edge of the World

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Marty on 20.09.09

    When I was young (well, younger) I had the vision to write a forecast and actual expenses system, and do you know what came of that vision? ...Nothing! I don't tip my hat to these guys for their vision, but I do appreciate that they got off their butts and actually created what they saw. Good on them. They deserve the kudos! More about Three Guys at the Edge of the World

  • The Participation Economy, Pt. 1

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by Tania Anderson on 19.10.09

    I think this is an important and evolutionary step for marketing to undertake. Gone are the days when I use to see an advertisement and feel motivated by it to buy something. I'm a lot smarter these days and know that most of them are just using gimics to hook me on a particular product. With participation technology, the marketing campaigns have more to offer me than just clever gimics. I feel a part of something, as if I actually matter. I can buy into the product before shelling out my hard-earned money.

    Some may say that this is itself a clever gimic, to offer something for nothing in order for me to buy more, but I see it as an opportunity to see the truth of what a product is worth before any money changes hands. It's a chance for businesses to find true appreciation for their offering rather than just a financial reward. It's a win-win in my book. More about The Participation Economy, Pt. 1

  • Diesel Only The Brave

    Last post: EarlyRiser on 14.03.11 at 01:49 | Started by T on 04.08.09

    NEW ZEALAND IT'S NOT GOING ANYWHERE More about Diesel Only The Brave

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