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  • Top 10 alternatives to smacking

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by 1234 on 15.06.10

    What a crock of shit. Obviously dole bludging Sue Bradford supporters with too much time on their hands to carry out all these alternatives. If these guys had real jobs, they would realise there is no time to adequately deal with misbehaving children, something a short sharp smack swiftly delivers. I would rather have my kids say later on in life that I smacked them, rather than dealing with years of therapy dealing with mental abuse from these so called 'mind games' we now call discipline.
    Maybe a few more PC parents should have clipped their children round the ears and we wouldn't be dealing with the current culture of boy racers and higher than mighty adolescents that have no respect for the people that pay for their weekly dole cheques.
    Bring back the strap and cane in schools too, giving kids a three day holiday from school (suspension), teaches the troublemakers nothing. More about Top 10 alternatives to smacking

  • Phillips GoGear Muse

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Jens111 on 24.01.10

    With this little beauty I could plug in with that noise cancelling system and not have to listen to those annoying people who paid so much for their MP3 phone, that they couldn't afford a pair of headphones for it! ....Awesome for drowning out that nagging spouse too!

    [video]ug5UJbjpVJc[/video] More about Phillips GoGear Muse

  • A Rambling - Beyoncà©, Lady Gaga and Marvin Gaye

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:50 | Started by Bangbug on 02.02.10

    I totally agree with Lukas. Today's 'popular' music has no originality. If it's not someone else who writes the music for you, then you shred some poor classic for background sampling and then if people still won't listen to the music, why not get your kit off!
    To hear great music, you have no further to look than our own backyard. NZ music is going through a massive revolution and all of it, even the popular stuff sounds, is creative and unique.

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  • A Rambling - Beyoncà©, Lady Gaga and Marvin Gaye

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:47 | Started by Bangbug on 02.02.10

    I totally agree with Lukas. Today's 'popular' music has no originality. If it's not someone else who writes the music for you, then you shred some poor classic for background sampling and then if people still won't listen to the music, why not get your kit off!
    To hear great music, you have no further to look than our own backyard. NZ music is going through a massive revolution and all of it, even the popular stuff sounds, is creative and unique.

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  • Primo Chill Out Interview - Jay Pots from Bulletproof

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by lette on 15.07.10

    An awesome way to chill out for someone who obviously works so hard, doing awesome things for the NZ music scene. Bet he doesn't drink Primo after catching a huge fish like that though! Check out the link to an outstanding Bulletproof vid.

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  • Top 10 alternatives to smacking

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by 1234 on 15.06.10

    What a crock of shit. Obviously dole bludging Sue Bradford supporters with too much time on their hands to carry out all these alternatives. If these guys had real jobs, they would realise there is no time to adequately deal with misbehaving children, something a short sharp smack swiftly delivers. I would rather have my kids say later on in life that I smacked them, rather than dealing with years of therapy dealing with mental abuse from these so called 'mind games' we now call discipline.
    Maybe a few more PC parents should have clipped their children round the ears and we wouldn't be dealing with the current culture of boy racers and higher than mighty adolescents that have no respect for the people that pay for their weekly dole cheques.
    Bring back the strap and cane in schools too, giving kids a three day holiday from school (suspension), teaches the troublemakers nothing. More about Top 10 alternatives to smacking

  • Phillips GoGear Muse

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:46 | Started by Jens111 on 24.01.10

    With this little beauty I could plug in with that noise cancelling system and not have to listen to those annoying people who paid so much for their MP3 phone, that they couldn't afford a pair of headphones for it! ....Awesome for drowning out that nagging spouse too!

    [video]ug5UJbjpVJc[/video] More about Phillips GoGear Muse

  • Win a PS3™ and the God of War Trilogy

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:45 | Started by sweb on 08.03.10

    Personally, I'm not a big revenge fan. Karma always has a way of sorting out the natural balance of things. You do bad things, you'll get bad karma....as the kid in the link below finds out!

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  • Win Diamond Top Gear Tickets

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:45 | Started by barnes10 on 22.01.10

    Ford Shelby Cobra concept: 6.4 ltr V10; 605 HP; 500 ft/lbs of torque; 298 km/hr (est); 1395 kg curb weight.
    Check out the link on you tube. Sounds awesome. Can also drive one of these cars on Forza motorsport for Xbox. Simulated handling was unbelieveable."That's the formula," said Carroll Shelby. "It's a massive motor in a tiny, lightweight car."

    Ford Shelby Cobra Concept Specifications

    Vehicle Type

    Open-top V-10 roadster

    Powertrain and Chassis

    Chassis construction

    Welded and bonded space frame of cast and extruded aluminum

    Dimensions (in inches unless otherwise noted)

    Wheelbase

    100.0

    Overall length

    155.4

    Overall width

    75.0

    Track width, front

    60.6

    Track width, rear

    60.4

    Front legroom

    45.4

    Curb weight

    3,075 pounds (target with production-level bodywork)

    Engine

    Type

    6.4L, 90-degree V-10

    Configuration

    Aluminum engine block and cylinder heads

    Redline

    7,500 rpm

    Valvetrain

    DOHC, 4 valves per cylinder

    Intake

    Velocity stacks with sliding plate throttles

    Bore x Stroke

    3.66 x 3.70 in / 93.0 x 94.0 mm

    Displacement

    390 cu in / 6,392 cc

    Compression Ratio

    10.8:1

    Horsepower

    605 @ 6,750 rpm

    Torque

    501 lb-ft @ 5,500 rpm

    Drivetrain

    Layout

    Mid-front engine, rear transmission, rear-wheel-drive

    Transmission

    Type

    Ricardo 6-speed transaxle

    Gear

    Ratios

    Theoretical top speed at redline

    1st

    2.60:1

    64 mph

    2nd

    1.70:1

    98 mph

    3rd

    1.23:1

    135 mph

    4th

    0.95:1

    175 mph

    5th

    0.76:1

    219 mph

    6th

    0.63:1

    267 mph

    Reverse

    3.14:1


    Final Drive

    3.36:1 limited slip


    Suspension

    Front

    Unequal-length aluminum control arms, coil-over monotube shocks, stabilizer bar

    Rear

    Unequal-length aluminum control arms, coil-over monotube shocks, stabilizer bar

    Steering


    Type

    Rack-and-pinion with power assist

    Ratio

    17.0:1

    Brakes


    Front

    14.0 x 1.3 in. (355 x 32 mm) Brembo cross-drilled and vented discs, four-piston monoblock calipers

    Rear

    13.2 x 1.3 in. (335 x 32 mm) Brembo cross-drilled and vented discs, four-piston monoblock calipers

    Tires and Wheels

    Front

    P275/40R18 BF Goodrich racing tires on 18 x 10-inch BBS wheels

    Rear

    P345/35R19 BF Goodrich racing tires on 19 x 13-inch BBS wheels

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  • Win tickets to see The Wolfman

    Last post: Carl05 on 14.03.11 at 01:45 | Started by Darren on 21.01.10

    Here he is...the original David "Wolfman" Williams. Hell of a try scorer too.

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