Joanie Mack

Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (32 of 39)
Location: Fort William SCOTLAND


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,583,428 - Total Helpful Votes: 32 of 39
Rangers: Triumphs, Troubles, Traditions by Ronnie Esplin (ed) Graham Walker (ed)
Rangers: Triumphs, Troubles, Traditions by Ronnie Esplin (ed) Graham Walker (ed)
13 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth Reading, 23 May 2010
A really enjoyable book, broken into four sections. I bought it particularly for the first and second sections - firstly on the misinformation surrounding the 'trouble' at the UEFA cup final of 2008 and was pleased to read a much more balanced account of the whole event, secondly about the unfair media attention meted out to the Rangers support for their choice of songs and chants. Again I found this to be more balanced than I'm used to from the scottish media. I particularly like the third area - personal stories of what Rangers mean to people - be they supporters, home and abroad or even an opposing fan. Finally some legends tell us their stories and a full history is given of Sam… Read more
Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 in Gloss White with Liq&hellip by Kenwood
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth the price., 5 April 2009
I've had 2 food processors over the last 20 years but didn't really want another, as I generally only used it to beat, whip and create crumb bases. Ideally I wanted a good mixer with a stand,that could do large quantities and on checking out reviews, although more expensive Kenwood Chefs always seemed to be what I needed. I have to say the cost was quite a thought but having made the decision I don't regret it at all. I've used it for various different quantities and recipes since receiving it and it does a great job. I'm very glad it has the splashguard as without it I think it would be messy. Excellent buy.
Sony KDL-32V4000 - 32" Widescreen HD Ready Bravia &hellip by Sony
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Buy, 3 Mar 2009
We bought this TV to replace our 19 year old panasonic crt. It was still working but at 349.99 for the Sony we felt it was too good an offer to miss out on. We haven't been disappointed at all. It was a dawdle to set up for TV(we can't get Freeview where we live), Sky, DVD and Wii and so far we've been delighted with picture and sound quality.