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Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam (American Empire Project)
Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam (American Empire Project)
Price: £7.59

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Truth, 30 Mar. 2013
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If accurate this record is the strongest testament to man's inhumanity. As a UK citizen with strong ties to Viet Nam and now living there permanently the US atrocities recorded brought tears. Fear of a political doctrine is not reason enough to commit genocide and where civilians as usual unjustly pay the heaviest price. The sensitive reader will find this emotionally disturbing but should not be deterred from either reading or being committed to ensuring it is never, ever, repeated.


David Attenborough - The Private Life of Plants [DVD] [1995]
David Attenborough - The Private Life of Plants [DVD] [1995]
Dvd ~ David Attenborough
Offered by Helgy
Price: £18.06

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars David Attenborough, 12 Feb. 2009
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Anyone at all familiar with DA will not need to read a review to know that he is king in his field. Anyone not familiar - where have you been? David Attenborough presentations are clear, concise, informative and delivered in a pleasing manner. He could deliver a description of an empty box and still have a captivated audience. This particular video displays plant growth with time lapse photography, just fascinating.


TomTom ONE XL V1 Satellite Navigation System - Europe
TomTom ONE XL V1 Satellite Navigation System - Europe

11 of 19 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars TomTom as primitive as jungle drums, 2 Oct. 2007
The most expensive piece of useless electronics I have ever purchased. I would not trust it to direct me from my drive to the road on which I live.
Impossible to program with a known route, website is a merry-go-round of FAQ's and email support supplies a non-accessible link to reply. TomTom rage is more likely than road rage. Attach it to a yard of cord and give it to a weight thrower for practice.
If this is too drastic look for a freeware program called TYRE to program it via Google Earth. Very easy to use and the author is extremely helpful if problems are encountered. This should be a part of the software that comes with TomTom package. Must be the powers of advertising that got them a top name. If you must invest in one, see what it offers for your known routes before trusting it with unknown ones.
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