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    EA Sports Rugby 2004
    by EA Sports
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    CD-ROM (04 November, 2003)
    list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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    Features

    • Features every World Cup Rugby team, every Super 12 and European Cup team, and more
    • Over 1,500 players from around the world including all the top stars
    • 65+ authentic stadiums with dynamic crowds that support the home team
    • New in-game audio captures actual rugby crowds for realistic sound and atmosphere
    • All-new game engine with new motion capture, animations, and character models
    Reviews (7)

    2-0 out of 5 stars They could do a lot better...
    I read the reviews that said the graphics were horrible, but I didn't care as long as I had a good rugby game to play in the off-season. I bought Rugby 2004 and Madden 2004 and they arrived on the same day. Talk about a huge difference. Madden's graphics are extraordinary, the level of gameplay is extensive, nearly everything about it is top notch. Rugby, even though it is the same year-edition as Madden, is atrocious by comparison. The graphics really are terrible, the gameplay is choppy and hard to get a handle on, the sound and music sucks, and it's just not very fun to play. This game seems more like Rugby 1998 compared to other EA games. I agree with the other review that said EA probably spent most of their budget on licensing rights, and little on the game itself. Even if you love rugby, save your money. It's not worth it.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great game for Enthusiasts of Rugby
    If you are a Rugby fan or are looking for an exciting game, you have found it! The game is as realistic as the real thing. You can play one of several different tournaments, or just play a normal match. It has all the best teams, international and club level, and 67 stadiums to choose from. Though the graphics are terrible! OVERALL GOOD GAME!!!!!!!!!!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for Rugby fans
    I am a Rugby player and fan. this game is a must-have for true fans! It has authentic tournaments like the World Cup, Tri-Nations, and European trophy, to name a few. The player detail is bad, but that's really the only bad part. THIS IS A MUST-HAVE FOR ALL RUGBY FANS!! ... Read more

    Asin: B00009V3L4
    Sales Rank: 6564
    Subjects:  1. Computer Games    2. Sports Simulators (Simulation)   


    $19.99

    Tattoo
    by Paisano Publications, LLC.
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Magazine
    list price: $73.88 -- our price: $34.95
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    Features

    • Magazine Subscription
    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent depiction of tattoo culture
    Many people ...moan about the articles in this magazine, it is really unfortunate that no one is interested in the tattoo culture as much as the tattoos themselves.I am a collector of tattoos (12 and still going strong), but why get tattoos without knowing about advancements in tattooing, or the awesome people that do it.People who have tattoos should really enjoy the articles, and the people that keep tattooing alive.The culture is as entertaining as the pictures, and if you don't apreciate that than you shouldn't get tattoos.Respect those that make a living sharing their art with the world, don't be close minded and expect only pictures, that's not tattoing or the tattoo world.This is an excellent magazine and I would suggest it to any one!!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Love it, but....
    Being tattooed myself (currently 11) I love checking out new art from around the world... which has made me addicted to this magazine. The only problem? I have to agree that there are just too many articles that have nothing to do with tats. Granted, the mag has introduced me to some new cds, but that really isn't what I'm buying it for. If you're into articles as well as pics, get a subscription. If you're looking for just pics - check out Flash magazine.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Love it, but...
    Being tattooed myself (currently 11) I love checking out new art from around the world... which has made me addicted to this magazine. The only problem? I have to agree that there are just too many articles that have nothing to do with tats. Granted, the mag has introduced me to some new cds, but that really isn't what I'm buying it for. If you're into articles as well as pics, get a subscription. If you're looking for just pics - check out Flash magazine. ... Read more

    Asin: B000060MKN
    Sales Rank: 199


    $34.95

    Redbook
    by Hearst Magazines
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Magazine
    list price: $35.88 -- our price: $8.00
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    Editorial Review

    If you find the sex-and-the-single-girl style of Cosmo less relevant to your current how-do-I-juggle-kids-husband-job-sanity stage of life, then congratulations, you've graduated to Redbook. Don't worry, this isn't your mother's magazine; Redbook is loaded with steamy Cosmo-like articles (in other words, sex, sex, sex), only now they're covered under "Love and Marriage" and deal with helping you keep things together at home (including a monthly Q&A with John Gray called "Passionate Monogamy"). From here, Redbook branches out, with sections on kids and parenting, food, health and fitness, beauty, fashion, celebrity profiles, short fiction, book excerpts, and making time for yourself. --Jenny Brown ... Read more

    Features

    • Magazine Subscription
    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Value!Filled with useable info.
    I really like this magazine, even if its a woman's magazine.Often I find these types of magazines filled with advertisements and articles that never seem to fit a real persons every day life.This magazine features a nice cross section of information on fashion, decorating, cooking, and relationships.I always find something interesting to read in here.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Well-rounded!
    I really like the fact that the publishers really listen to their readers.Every year (or is it twice a year?) there is a survey included in the magazine for people to give their opinions about articles they enjoy and those they would rather do without.

    I've been reading this for the past 2 years at my local bookstore (and finally subscribed earlier this year).I've seen an improvement not only in the magazine's layout, but in the content as well.I really like how there are "sections" on personal well-being, fashion, motherhood, etc.Since I'm not a parent (yet), I can easily skip over the motherhood section.Because of the layout, it's not hard to flip through and find what I'm looking for.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not Mao's Vision!
    I subscribed to Redbook to rekindle memories of my glory days. In 1968, at the gates of Berkeley's Sproul Plaza, my fellow White Panthers and I sold copies of Mao's little Redbook.Boy, have times changed!!In the sixties, Mao prescribed hunger and hard work for The People... making them too worn out to question what is best for them -- The Revolution!Today's Redbook wears The People out with capitalist trivia!!Alas, the end result of Mao's Redbook and the current version are similar:The People are led to conformity and full acceptance of their all-knowing leader.But in this reader's humble opinion, Mao's vision reaches further than Dr. Phil or Dr. Atkins!I call upon Redbook to return to its original vision!!Power to the People!!!By the way, the jello salad recipe (May, page 74) is to die for!.... I recommend using the *small* marshmallows:-)Enjoy! ... Read more

    Asin: B00005N7SG
    Subjects:  1. Women's Interest    2. Love & Romance    3. Marriage    4. Self-Improvement    5. Motherhood    6. Sex & sexuality   


    $8.00

    Weber 741001 22 1/2-Inch One-Touch Silver Kettle Grill, Black
    by Weber
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Lawn & Patio
    list price: $89.00 -- our price: $84.70
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    Editorial Review

    The Weber One-Touch Silver kettle grill is perfect for anyone who wants a well-designed, no-nonsense grill that cooks up food deliciously. Perfect for backyard barbecues or just whipping up an evening meal, this impressive grill has a cooking surface (22-1/2 inches in diameter) big enough to accommodate six large steaks, twice as many burgers, or up to a dozen kebabs. And the One-Touch Silver's classic kettle shape radiates heat evenly and keeps charcoal flare-ups to a minimum.

    The barbecue pioneers at Weber--they've been making grills since 1951--know how to design a grill that lasts. The One-Touch Silver's porcelain-coated steel bowl and lid are exceptionally strong and designed never to rust, fade, or peel. The grill's hardware is of the highest quality. The aluminum vents and ash catcher won't rust, and the grill's tripod base, nylon handles, and all-weather wheels combine to make this Weber both exceptionally sturdy and easy to maneuver. Weber's patented One-Touch cleaning system--a clever setup of lever-activated blades--sifts ash out of the kettle and into the grill's removable catch pan. You never have to get your hands dirty--and emptying the kettle takes only a few seconds.

    For those in search (or need) of culinary guidance, Weber includes a 31-page owner's guide filled with cooking tips and time-tested recipes for grilling everything from pork chops to bratwurst to Cornish hens. ... Read more

    Features

    • One-Touch cleaning and venting system
    • 22-1/2 inch diameter
    • Black heavy-gauge porcelain-enameled steel lid and bowl
    • Rust-resistant aluminum legs and ash catcher
    • Weather-resistant molded nylon handles
    Reviews (34)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Replacing after 25 years
    I got one of these for my husband 25 years ago.We're still using it, but the closing vent on the bottom bit the dust last summer.I think it's time for a new one.Incidently, ours was never stored in the garage or covered.

    3-0 out of 5 stars An honest review
    Alright,

    I am one that loves to grill, but doesn't know anything about grills themselves, really. Due to monetary situations I had to grill on the cheapest possible grill... The green Sunbeam camper grill. I'm sure you know what grill I'm talkin' about. For over 6 years it has been my grill of choice (hey it was only $10!) and has treated me well. Over these years I always dreamed about owning a "real" charcoal grill. I wanted the American icon, I wanted the Weber One-Touch. I heard all about how durable and well built it was, how it will last for 10 years+ and how it's just a step above the rest. After actually purchasing this grill I have a bit of buyers remorse. You see, before actually buying this I was looking at a grill from Char-Broil. It had the ash catching pan like the One-Touch gold, it had space to put plates and such (sorta like the One-Touch Platinum) and it had grates with adjustable height, not to mention all of this came at a price just $5 higher then the One-Touch Silver! Anyways, for the last 2 years I wanted nothing more then the Weber so I got it. Once I started puting it together I realized that this grill just doesn't seem to have $80 worth of craftsmanship. The legs are super-flimsy hollow aluminum pipes, very cheap. The itsy bitsy tabs that hold the bottom grate are slightly uneven so my bottom grate is a bit wobbly (also it's possible for the bottom grate to fall because the tabs are pretty small). A wobbly bottom grate probably doesn't make a lick of difference when it comes to grilling, it's just that it wasn't right, it's just one of those little annoying quirks. I guess I expected everything to be heavy duty. I expected solid metal legs and such. You can find an identical grill from Char-Broil for less then half the cost! I hear that Weber is a step above because they are built to last... well my cheap $10 Sunbeam is 6+ years old and I've never had any problems with it, it's all about how you take care of it. Personally, I think for the $80 price tag of the One-Touch silver, you should at least get the hinged cooking grate, but you don't.

    There are good things however. First, it's just nice to have the American icon. There is a certain feeling that comes with grillin' on the good ol' Weber kettle. There are a TON of accessories made for it and replacement parts are extremely easy to find. The one-touch system is pretty handy (although hardly one-touch).

    Overall I am still happy with the purchase, I love looking at that grill. It's probably gonna grown on me more and more as years pass by. Based on price I decided to get the Silver version, but the Gold might be worth looking at. Afterall you get a much better ash-pan (I modified my silver to be just as good though... just a little creativity should do the trick) and you get the hinged grate with the gold (although you can just buy this grate for $15-$20 and stick it on your Silver if you wanna)

    Choose... but choose wisely.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Seems well-built and functional with very few annoyances.
    I bought myself this grill for Christmas when nobody else got it for me, and now I've had it almost three months and have used it quite a few times.I bought it based on the Amazon recommendations, and the recommendation of FoodTV host Alton Brown in his book, GEAR FOR THE KITCHEN.Also, in perusing the internet, I found the "Blue's BBQ" web site from Australia.One reader asks, "How did the Weber become the icon for the Australian BBQ?"Blue had to disappoint the reader by informing her that the Weber is actually American.But if it has that kind of reputation in Australia, is must be good.

    Judging from the reviews here, I'll have to wait 20 years to see how it holds up.It does live on my back porch, but with the Weber cover.

    It is fairly easy to assemble, and in my humble engineering opinion, seems well-made and designed with few exceptions.The Silver model has an ash catch-pan hung between the legs.The pan sits on top of spring clips clipped to the leg.After how well everything else went together, this seemed really cheesy to me.If you're a prefectionist, you'll go nuts trying to level the pan.

    I guess that the "one touch cleaning" feature is the vanes on the bottom that also act to adjust the temperature in the grill by adjusting the airflow.If you swish them back and forth, opened and closed, it'll push some ash through the vent in the bottom.The problem is that the vanes themselves are wide and flat, and half of the ash just rides back and forth on them.I think Weber overstates this "one touch cleaning" feature.

    The vanes closely fit the bottom shape of the grill when assembled, but after a couple of uses, one warped.I don't know if this is from heat, or something I lodged under it.I had to disassemble the vanes, and bend the offending blade a bit, and it's been perfect since.

    I am a bit disappointed in some of the accessories, like the tool rack and little side table.They hang on the edge of the grill, and compromise the otherwise pretty good seal between the lid and grill.They also sell a lid rack, but note that the lid does comes with a hook in it so you can hang it on the edge of the grill, although it is certainly not as easy as using the optional rack.

    Based on recommendations here, I got the 22" (larger) model.I can't disagree with that.Unless you just don't have the extra 4" of storage space or REALLY need a good grill, but just don't have the money, get the bigger one.It doesn't use that much more charcoal.

    The other thing I scratched my head over was whether to get the Silver or Gold model.The differences were not completely clear to me until I actually got the grill.First, the Gold model adds a catch can that fits closely to the bottom of the grill instead of the pan I complained about.That would be nice.Maybe when you're grilling, hot specks of charcoal won't fall out the bottom and burn your legs, and if you grill somewhere where you don't want a lot of ash, this might be worthwhile.But the Gold is almost twice the price of the Silver, and I had a hard time justifying the additional cost.

    The other feature added by the Gold is a grate with folding sides to allow you to add more charcoal when doing a long roast.A handy feature for sure, if you're cooking includes that, but I found those replacement Weber grates locally for twelve dollars, so wouldn't pay for the Gold model to get them.

    And I guess that's another advantage of the Webers in general: They're so popular, replacement parts are easily found locally.


    Sometimes, I long for the built-in side table of the Platinum, but that's a lot of money.

    The grill came with a small cookbook that has proved useful.I don't know getting burgers and steaks done right has been such a hit or miss, trial and error, proposition that most people make it out to be.You look up in the little book, "Beef, 1-1/2 in thick, well-done (I know, Alton Brown wouldn't like me), 10 minutes first side, 9 minutes second side" and they come out perfectly.

    DEFINITELY pick up a Weber charcoal chimney if you don't have one yet.It's the best way by far to start the grill - no kabooms, no fumes, no smell, no dangerous fluids stored in your house, and a good use for Florida Today newspaper.If you want to try something different, pick up the book AMERICAN PIE by Peter Reinhert and try the grilled pizza.
    ... Read more

    Asin: B00004RALU
    Subjects:  1. (Barbeque)    2. Grilling    3. Outdoor Cooking    4. Charcoal Grills    5. Barbecue    6. (BBQ)   


    $84.70

    Meat Hammer - Soft grip
    by Norpro - Grip-EZ


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    Features

    • This stainless steel meat hammer has a soft, comfortable santoprene rubber handle that allow...
    • 18/10 stainless steel with santoprene rubber handle. Dishwasher safe. A large tapered hang...
    • See Product Description below for a complete description of this item.
    • 10"L

    Asin: B0000VLUMG
    Sales Rank: 109698


    Henckels International Fine Edge Pro 13-Piece Knife Set with Block
    by J.A. Henckels
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Kitchen
    list price: $211.00 -- our price: $99.99
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    Editorial Review

    This set represents a revelation for any cook with a drawer full of stained, blunt knives. Nearly every basic kitchen-cutlery need is satisfied in one package compact enough to place on the counter within reach. Everything fits into the rubber-footed, solid block. Included are a 3-inch paring knife, a 5-inch utility knife, an 8-inch chef's knife, a 5-inch boning knife, an 8-inch bread knife, a 9-inch steel, and six 4-inch steak knives. International Fine Edge is an inexpensive cutlery line made in countries other than Henckels's home of Germany. The knives don't have bolsters and the steel is of lesser quality than Henckels' premier lines--the blades are less strong. The knives are dishwasher-safe, but it's not recommended. --Fred Brack

    What's in the Box
    3-inch paring, 5-inch utility, 8-inch chef's, 5-inch boning, 8-inch bread, 9-inch steel, six 4-inch steak knives, solid wood block ... Read more

    Features

    • Dishwasher-safe
    • 3-inch paring,5-inch utility, 8-inch chef's, 5-inch boning, 8-inch bread, 9-inch steel, six 4-inch steak knives
    • Rubber-footed, solid wood block
    • Stamped high-carbon stainless-steel blades
    • Full, three-rivet tangs and polypropylene handles
    Reviews (18)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Knives!
    We got this as a wedding present...what a great gift!I use these knives constantly, but especially for cutting up meat or vegetables.They are so sharp but even cut up baby tomatoes with ease.The wood block is small enough to be stored on a counter top and not take up much space at all.I'm so happy we got these!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy these!
    I registered for these because Henckels has a good reputation, but i am really disappointed. The knives are not recommended for the dishwasher and I have hand washed them all. Despite this after one time of using the chopping knife and hand washing it, it has begun to rust. I wish I would have registered for the more expensive knives. In the long run it would have saved me money!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Better than you might think
    I understand that many people are disapointed in the quaility of this set.However you must realize that you are looking at the less expensive and there for lower quality knives.This doesnt not mean they are not good.These knives are better than any other in this price range.Just understand that you are not going to get the $50.00 per knife set and you will be more than satisfied with the purchase.I was. ... Read more

    Asin: B00004RFNO
    Subjects:  1. Chef Sets    2. Kitchen Knives    3. Cutlery    4. (Henckles)    5. Kitchen    6. Gifts    7. Wedding Gifts    8. Knives    9. (Knife)    10. Knife Sets    11. Knife Blocks   


    $99.99

    Swingline(R) Comfort Grip Half-Strip Stapler, Purple/Black
    by Swingline
    Office Product
    list price: $10.56
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    Features

    • Swingline 37850 Soft Grip Stapler, Half Strip, Up To 15 Pages, Black & Purple
    • Compact; Handheld
    • Ships by UPS Ground, see seller's shipping rates and policies for more details.
    • Weight .75 pounds
    • Price per each SKU# SWI37850

    Asin: B00006IFKN
    Sales Rank: 745


    Pitch Black (Unrated Version)
    by Universal Studios
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
    DVD (24 October, 2000)
    list price: $26.98
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    Editorial Review

    Owing a major debt to Alien and its cinematic spawn, Pitch Black is a guilty pleasure that surpasses expectations. As he did with The Arrival, director David Twohy revitalizes a derivative story, allowing you to forgive its flaws and submit to its visceral thrills. Under casual scrutiny, the plot's logic crumbles like a stale cookie, but it's definitely fun while it lasts.

    A spaceship crashes on a desert planet scorched under three suns. The mostly doomed survivors include a resourceful captain (Radha Mitchell), a drug-addled cop (Cole Hauser), and a deadly prisoner (Vin Diesel) who quickly escapes. These clashing personalities discover that the planet is plunging into the darkness of an extended eclipse, and it's populated by hordes of ravenous, razor-fanged beasties that only come out at night. The body count rises, and Pitch Black settles into familiar sci-fi territory.

    What sets the movie apart is Twohy's developing visual style, suggesting that this veteran of B-movie schlock may advance to the big leagues. Like the makers of The Blair Witch Project, Twohy understands the frightening power of suggestion; his hungry monsters are better heard than seen (although once seen, they're chillingly effective), and Pitch Black gets full value from moments of genuine panic. Best of all, Twohy's got a well-matched cast, with Mitchell (so memorable with Ally Sheedy in High Art) and Diesel (Pvt. Caparzo from Saving Private Ryan) being the standouts. The latter makes the most of his muscle-man role, and his character's development is one more reason this movie works better than it should. --Jeff Shannon ... Read more

    Features

    • Color
    • Closed-captioned
    • DTS Surround Sound
    • Widescreen
    • Dolby
    Reviews (459)

    5-0 out of 5 stars If We All Hold One Little Candle...
    For one passenger sleeping on an interstellar transport, it is a trip back to prison.For four others it is a religious pilgrimage.For each passenger a mundane or hoped for destination -- all asleep, until an accident in the cold of space breaches the hull and the transport plummets to the surface of an unknown planet.Only twelve will live.

    Vin Diesel plays Raddick in this first film that became something of cult series.If Raddick's captor William Johns (Cole Hauser) is to be believed Raddick is a deadly force that will sacrifice any and everyone to make it to freedom.Raddick agrees.Pilot Carolyn Fry (Radha Mitchell) struggles with Johns for leadership as she tries to find a way to survive on a planet with no obvious source of water and a host of deadly creatures who hide in the darkness, away from the perpetual light of three stars.

    The accidental discovery of a deserted mining station provides water, but it also provides a terrible warning.All the miners are dead, caught in an eclipse 22 years ago.An orrery in the station reveals the truth; the eclipse is about to happen.The effort to restore an escape ship turns into a desperate race against the dark.A survival film becomes a horror story and the only hope is a selfish, calloused criminal who cares only for himself.

    Since this film has some clearly derivative moments (think Alien) many mainstream critics found fault with it.Worse, Director David Twohy opted for a careful balance between story and special effects falling short of the expectations of many viewers who complain if there isn't 50 million dollars worth of CGI in every film.The truth is that this film accomplishes what it set out to do, using horror and all the gimmicks to explore the possibility of a central character whose only real redeeming quality is that he is only a bad guy, rather than an evil guy.One who will do what it takes to survive.

    There are a host of features on the DVD - commentaries, sequel marketing ploys, and the usual 'making of' film.For the most part they are shallow efforts.But extra junkies will love them.Me, I liked the film, after a slightly shaky start.Not because of the violence and gore, but because the interaction between the characters is excellent, if troubling.It's unfortunate that discussing some of the finer moments would give away too much of the film.But trust me, there really are some finer moments.

    4-0 out of 5 stars How do I get eyes like that?
    Ok, so Twohy has made a sort of Alien/Aliens ripoff, but cast that out of your mind as you start watching this movie and your experience will be alot better.The whole visual style is excellent until we get to the "pitch black" section of the film, than it starts to look a little more like the same old sci-fi/horror stuff.I belive in one sense the movie is just to show off how cool the character, Riddick, can be played by Vin Diesel, but on the other hand it is a good sci-fi movie on its own.One thing that's a little unfortunate is the fact that we are left with so little characters in such a short time (Resident Evil, AvP).We dont' really get to know anyone except the 4 or 5 main characters, too bad.Although yes, it can be somewhat derivative and plot stealing in a sense, it must be watched in conjunction with the short, Dark Fury, and Chronicles.I do recommend it to any sci-fi/horror or Vin Diesel fans, you won't be let down, I think.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Superb Lanscape and effects, great modern day thriller!!
    The scenes in this, the landscape (okay I know it looks kind of like Arizona) are spectacular.They give a 2 tone heat looking feel to the daytime, while at night..well I'll let you watch the movie to see what happens at night.A great modern day Sci-Fi Starring Vin Diesel!!

    a spaceship is transporting a disparate group of people to a far-away galactic outpost called New Mecca. Mechanical failures cause the craft to crash-land on an abandoned planet that has three suns and no night. The only member of the crew to survive is junior pilot Carolyn Fry (Radha Mitchell), while the passengers who climb from the wreckage include a police officer (Cole Hauser) and the prisoner he's transporting, Riddick (Vin Diesel). As Fry and the other survivors survey the abandoned dwellings of the desert world while trying to decide what to do next, one of them is killed by a mutant creature living in an abandoned mining site.

    The vicious and bloodthirsty mutants, who live underground, have killed all previous inhabitants of the planet; they cannot stand sunlight, but research reveals that the planet has a total eclipse every 22 years, and the latest one is due any moment. ... Read more

    Asin: B00003CXFG
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-action/Adventure   


    Motorola i95cl Phone (Nextel)
    by Motorola
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Wireless Phone
    list price: $329.99
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    Editorial Review

    Based on Motorola’s i90c phone, the i95cl offers some valuable upgrades that increase the functionality of the phone significantly. The new highlights include a full-color display with an eight-line screen, plus more memory to handle Java programs.

    The phone is quite sturdy, but it sacrifices compactness for rugged design. Since it’s too big to fit in most pockets, the i95cl has a belt clip, but at almost 5 ounces it can weigh your belt down a bit. The retractable antenna has a durable feel, and the rubberized volume control and push-to-talk buttons on the side and speaker buttons on top are unlikely to break if the phone is dropped. Buttons on the i95cl’s interior are fairly flat but are spread apart so misdialing is not an issue. An LCD screen on the outside of the flip top is helpful for quickly checking time and date or for screening callers.

    The phone was slow to power up (about 40 seconds), but considering the rich graphics, that’s to be expected. Upon start-up, the i95cl put us immediately into the message center. We had no text messages, but a voice mail from a colleague sounded crisp and clear. From the main menu, we easily accessed all of our settings without referring to the manual. The long eight-line, high-contrast screen with a large text and mellow, white backlighting made it easy to read our options from several feet away.

    We set our background display to the American flag, (which looked impressive on the color screen), personalized our keys, and adjusted the ring. The i95cl has nine selectable ring styles—the usual tinny electronic-sounding rings--and 10 polyphonic musical files to choose from that sound almost orchestral compared to ring choices on most cell phones. After enjoying Pachebel’s Canon in D Major and Tchaikovsky’s "Waltz of the Flowers," we eventually settled on the "Star-Spangled Banner" for our ring.

    The phone book holds multiple numbers for each person, and we had no problem entering a few friends. We set up voice-activated dialing for a few numbers as well, but found that giving a command with even a slight change in tone from the original voice recording caused the i95cl to reject our dialing request.

    The i95cl’s Internet connection is one of the faster ones we’ve experienced, and Motorola has bumped up the memory and improved the processor and connectivity speed in this model. In addition to preset weather, financial, and shopping links, the phone lets users do Internet searches and send and receive two-way messages and e-mail (including instant messages with AIM).

    The Java apps feature combined with the rich color screen was amazing to behold. Preinstalled apps include a calculator and two fairly sophisticated games. We found that Tiger Woods PGA Tour Wireless Golf has great graphics but is fairly slow and easy to win. The action-packed MotoGP motocross racing game played so well it felt almost like we were on a GameBoy. Subscribers to Nextel Wireless Web service can download additional Java applications from Nextel’s Web site or install custom apps from the Internet.

    Motorola has increased the memory in the i95cl (since the release of its predecessor, the i90c) to handle robust Java applications—and it is a significant improvement. However, users still won’t be able to pack a whole lot of apps in there if they want to download a bunch of animated 3-D games. Each of the preexisting games takes up about 700-800 KB of data space and our phone comes with 1,479 KB of free space for new applications. That leaves room for only two additional games or several other business applications. In addition, Java apps share memory space with ring styles, wallpaper images, and voice records, so once users run out of space, they’ll have to start deleting some of these files. Still, this is a fairly recent breakthrough in cellular technology and the fact that Java apps can be stored at all is remarkable.

    The i95cl also has the ability to function as a walkie-talkie, through a technology that Motorola and Nextel have been offering for years. Using Nextel Direct Connect, users can communicate with one person or a group via two-way radio. A PTT (push-to-talk) button on the left side of the phone, below the volume buttons, lets users talk without opening the phone or even removing the phone from their belt loop. The best part is that users don’t pay for minutes using the radio.

    Overall, the slick features and conveniences on this phone far outweigh the issues with the bulky design. The multitude of communication options make the i95cl an ideal phone for business users who are communicating with employees both on site and long distance. --Cristina Vaamonde

    Pros:

    • Supports Java applications, including 3-D games
    • Large full-color display with high-contrast screen
    • More memory and faster processor than its predecessor (Motorola i90c)
    • Fast Internet connectivity
    • Doubles as two-way radio without using minutes

    Cons:

    • Bulky design
    • Voice-activated dialing doesn’t always recognize commands
    • Java apps share memory space with ring styles, wallpaper images, and voice records

    How We Tested Battery Talk/Standby Time

    When reading our reviews, you should view the test results of mobile-phonebattery talk time and standby time as relative information only. Many variables,including carrier signal strength at your location, signal consistency(including incoming and outgoing calls), display and ringer settings, andbattery charging methods and history, will affect performance. When handsetmanufacturers and mobile phone carriers list talk-time and standby-time ratings,they usually include disclaimers about variable performance and often refer tothe times they publish as maximum times. Some quote expected battery liferanges, and in this case you're probably safe to assume you'll experience atleast the minimum rated range. Note that manufacturers of dual-mode digital andanalog handsets publish battery-life rates for both digital and analog modes, asanalog mode consumes much more power than digital mode.

    Our Tests: We tested digital-mode talk and standby times with each phone.Prior to each test, we fully charged the phone's battery according to themanufacturer's directions. To test digital-phone talk time, we turned the phoneon, established a digital carrier signal, dialed a number in our test lab, and,when the call rang through, took the receiving phone's handset off the hook.When all went well, we didn't do anything else except record the time when thephone died. In a couple of cases, the phones lost the signal and dropped thecalls. If we were right there and could redial, we did so immediately andcontinued running the test. Otherwise, we halted the test, recharged thebattery, and started the test over. Assuming consistent carrier-signal strength,this test should represent best-case talk time. And it's worth noting thatseveral phones' talk-time performance significantly exceeded the manufacturers'ratings.

    To test digital-phone standby time, we turned the phone on, established acarrier signal, and left the phone in standby mode. We checked the phone everyfew hours (for what was often days on end) until the phone finally cut out.Since no outgoing or incoming calls occurred during testing and because thephone was not moved, this method should represent best-case standby time, againassuming consistent carrier signal strength.

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    Features

    • Voice-activated dialing
    • Speakerphone function for hands-free calling
    • Includes Java-powered applications
    • Wireless web enabled
    • Includes 750mAh lithium-ion battery, travel charger and holster belt clip
    Reviews (21)

    5-0 out of 5 stars i loved this phone
    i had this phone for over a year, i loved it best phone i ever had, the only negative thing i can say is that the case is kinda weak and the holster holds the phone backwards so it doesnt break the external caller id if dropped, this means you have to take the phone out of the clip to answer the phone, unless you use speaker phone, id recommend this to anyone that wants nextel, best phone they had

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great color phone for Nextel users
    I've been a Nextel customer for years for both business and personal use. I've used almost all lines of phones. The i95cl was my favorite until i830 came along. The i95 is good for casual and especially heavy business users. The color LCD screen is huge compared to i730 and i830. Apparently Nextel had to reduce screen size in order to reduce phone size. That is one thing I miss in i830. I never had a problem with i95 size since it weighs about 5 oz. Great phone and I could not believe Nextel would discontinue it. *Note: I have an extra i95 for sale. It was my personal phone and in very good condition with some scratches. It is fully operational, travel charger and holster, shipping in USA included for flat $120.00. I will accept paypal only. Please email me if interested at leel1@netscape.com.

    4-0 out of 5 stars nice phone
    Great phone alot better then sprint! Setting it up with the 800 # Well let's say pack a LUNCH! It took me 4 hours on the phone, and six different people to get connected! They need alot of work on that! After all said and done great phone, great coverage, walkie talkie feature breaks up now and then, but is really quick talking back and forth.No alarm clock? would be nice! if had to activate again would take it to a nextel dealer to do it instead of calling it in! nice pic on colored screen, games look nice.thinking of an upgrade to the i730, GPS but no alarm clock? a full feature phone with GPS to take you anywhere but NO alarm clock to wake you upwhen your there? I go camping and 4 wheeling where the GPS would come in handy and so would the ALARM CLOCK! think they might get the message and make it a downloadablefeature! HOPE THIS HELPS! ... Read more

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    Subjects:  1. Web Enabled Internet WAP Browser Surf    2. Flip Fold   


    Goalrilla I In-Ground Basketball Hoop with 72 Inch Acrylic Backboard
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    Features

    • 72"" x 42"" Clearview Acrylic Backboard
    • Pro-Style, Heavy-Weight Flex Rim
    • Durable, All-Steel Actuator adjust from 7.5 to 10 ft.
    • 6"" square Super-Strength Structural Steel Pole
    • Anchor Bolt Mounting system allows relocation or storage.

    Asin: B0000AHOCF
    Sales Rank: 31591


    Garmin Rino 120 Waterproof GPS / FRS / GMRS / 8MB
    by Garmin
    Electronics (03 November, 2002)
    list price: $269.99 -- our price: Too Low To Display
    (price subject to change: see help)
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    Features

    • GPS specs: 12-channel, WAAS-enabled receiver, up to 500 waypoints, trip computer with speed tracking
    • Beam location to another Rino user within a two-mile range using the FRS spectrum
    • Basemap of North and South America that includes major cities, highways; 8 MB of memory for downloadable maps
    • Combination two-way radio and GPS receiver
    • Radio specs: 14 FRS channels for 2-mile range, 7 GMRS channels for 5 mile range, 38 subcodes per channel, hands-free VOX,

    Asin: B000065DQ2
    Sales Rank: 4375
    Subjects:  1. street pilot, gps, gmrs, rino, Rhino, FRS, Radio    2. garmin 120, global positioning    3. garmen; hunt; hunting; hunters; trackers; way; finder    4. fish; fishing; fly;    5. Portable AMFM Radio (Personal AM-FM)    6. 2-Way Radio (Two way, 2Way, 2 way, Walky Talky, Walkie Talkie)    7. Outdoor Gear (Out Door)    8. Digital compass (compasses)    9. Handheld (Hand held)    10. GPS (Global Positioning System)    11. Units    12. map (mapping)    13. navigation    14. Family Radio Service (FRS)    15. General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)   


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    Kidz Bop
    by Razor & Tie
    Audio CD (09 October, 2001)
    list price: $17.98 -- our price: $13.99
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    Asin: B00005OW65
    Sales Rank: 18571
    Subjects:  1. Childrens    2. Pop    3. Sing-Along   


    $13.99

    The Alligator Records Christmas Collection
    by Alligator Records
    Audio CD (06 October, 1992)
    list price: $11.98 -- our price: $11.98
    (price subject to change: see help)
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France

    Asin: B000000A29
    Sales Rank: 41080
    Subjects:  1. 90's    2. Album Rock    3. Blues-Rock    4. Christmas    5. Christmas / Chanukkah    6. Contemporary Blues    7. Electric Chicago Blues    8. Electric Harmonica Blues    9. Harmonica Blues    10. Holiday    11. Louisiana Blues    12. Modern Electric Blues    13. Modern Electric Chicago Blues    14. New Orleans Blues    15. Piano Blues    16. Pop    17. R&B    18. Southern Rock    19. Swamp Blues    20. V/a Compilations   


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    Hits of Led Zeppelin: Vol.1 [KARAOKE]
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    Audio CD (12 May, 1998)
    list price: $26.97
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    Asin: B000007OVQ
    Sales Rank: 174729


    Planet Deems
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    list price: $14.97
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    Asin: B000008EXX
    Sales Rank: 454438
    Subjects:  1. Acid Jazz    2. Hip-Hop    3. Jazz    4. Jazz-Rap    5. Rap   


    Face Up in the Rain
    by Desert Rain
    Audio CD (1989)
    list price: $6.98
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    Asin: B000009D8V
    Sales Rank: 194767
    Subjects:  1. Jazz    2. Pop   


    The Scarlet Letter
    by Bantam Classics
    Mass Market Paperback (01 April, 1965)
    list price: $3.95 -- our price: $3.95
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    Isbn: 0553210092
    Sales Rank: 605
    Subjects:  1. Classics    2. Literature - Classics / Criticism    3. Literature: Classics    4. Fiction / Classics   


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    Much Ado About Nothing
    by Columbia/Tristar Studios
    DVD (20 January, 1998)
    list price: $27.95
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    Editorial Review

    Kenneth Branagh's 1993 production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is a vigorous and imaginative work, cheerful and accessible for everyone. Largely the story of Benedick (Branagh) and Beatrice (Emma Thompson)--adversaries who come to believe each is trying to woo the other--the film veers from arched wit to ironic romps, and the two leads don't mind looking a little silly at times. But the plot is also layered with darker matters that concern the ease with which men and women fall into mutual distrust. Branagh has rounded up a mixed cast of stage vets and Hollywood stars, among the latter Denzel Washington and Michael Keaton, the latter playing a rather seedy, Beetlejuice-like version of Dogberry, king of malapropisms. The DVD release has optional full-screen and widescreen presentations, Dolby sound, optional Spanish and French soundtracks or subtitles.--Tom Keogh ... Read more

    Features

    • Color
    • Closed-captioned
    • Dolby
    • Widescreen

    Asin: 0767802594
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-comedy   


    The Big Store
    by Turner Home Video
    VHS Tape (29 January, 1992)
    list price: $19.99
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    Features

    • Black & White
    • NTSC

    Asin: 6301967860
    Sales Rank: 18441
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-comedy   


    After the Fox
    by MGM/UA Video
    DVD (05 February, 2002)
    list price: $14.95 -- our price: $13.46
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    Features

    • Color
    • Closed-captioned
    • Widescreen

    Asin: B00005S8KU
    Sales Rank: 5805
    Subjects:  1. Feature Film-comedy   


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