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  • Where You Go On A "First Date" Can Determine The Outcome

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Peter T on 17.08.09

    I like the idea of a bike ride (nothing competitive though) or a quiet game of pool in a nice bar during the daytime. Gives you something to talk about while you're getting to know the person. More about Where You Go On A "First Date" Can Determine The Outcome

  • Inglourious Basterds

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by leah on 25.08.09

    Yes, yes and yes. War movies, not my thing. Long movies, not my thing. Ultra-violent movies, not my thing. But surprisingly this movie IS my thing. Brilliant. Absolutely gob-smackingly great. Couldn't take my eyes off the screen for 152 minutes. Review is spot-on. More about Inglourious Basterds

  • Kevin Roberts:New words for a new world

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Sam on 15.06.09

    I like "The People Group" - it's friendly. Or something like People Investors or People Potential. More about Kevin Roberts:New words for a new world

  • The top ten outdoor must do's for Summer

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by samala on 22.11.07

    I like number 8 - build something. At least then after the sky diving, extreme sea biscuiting and paintballing you actually have something to show for it when you're back at your desk wondering where the summer went... More about The top ten outdoor must do's for Summer

  • Christmas shopping for your woman

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Bill on 07.12.07

    I will never forget the robin hood toy I got years ago by my man at the time. He spent approximately 10 minutes showing me excitedly how it shot arrows. Then I spent approximately 20 minutes explaining to him what he could do with it.

    Needless to say the relationship was doomed, and when it came to dividing up the assets, the toy was tossed in his pile. Much to his delight no doubt. More about Christmas shopping for your woman

  • Emergency Rations for Healthy Snacking

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by leah on 02.02.11

    Great advice. Definitely think the comment about including protein in the snacks should have been right up the top. That is the number 1 mistake for many dieters... eating fruit, veggies, bread, low-fat crackers for snacks but still feeling hungry. Then you end up eating the chips and biscuits anyway so you're filling up on fat. Whereas a handful of nuts or peanut butter on toast will fill you up quickly and is no-where near as more-ish as corn chips. Excellent article. More about Emergency Rations for Healthy Snacking

  • Crampton on smoking costs

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Bidi on 07.11.10

    Does it really matter what the figure is. Fact is all taxpayers are paying for the health costs of smoking, if you are a smoker or not. Doesn't it just matter that there are so many health benefits (including decreased healthcare costs) to giving up smoking. $350 million. $1.9 billion. Whatever. You can't put a price on life. More about Crampton on smoking costs

  • Phil Goff: Cowardly and hypocritical

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Pierce on 06.10.10

    Ah yes. Gotta love Phil Goff. It takes me back to the good old days (late 1980s) when he was the Minister of Education. Seem to recall a catchy little chant that student protesters liked to use: f*ck off goff. Maybe nothing much has changed there with his popularity. More about Phil Goff: Cowardly and hypocritical

  • Interview with Hamish Carter

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Millie on 13.08.10

    Great interview. I think Hamish's comments are relevant beyond the sporting arena. It's interesting how he says success is about passion, belief, determination, hard work and a "little bit of talent". When he said "the key to success is failure" it reminded me of the Thomas Edison quote: "We now know a thousand ways not to build a light bulb". Success, and not just in sport, seems to be mostly about attitude. Good on you Hamish! More about Interview with Hamish Carter

  • Exclusive Interview: Hugo Weaving

    Last post: leah on 14.03.11 at 01:45 | Started by bren on 01.06.10

    Hugo has such an expressive face... he's such an intense actor. Who would have thought he's 50 (wow) and born in Nigeria. Another must-see flick. More about Exclusive Interview: Hugo Weaving

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