Birmingham Nick

Life's a Beach
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Location: Birmingham UK
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I just review stuff I buy/own hopefully helping others to make a choice. If you like my review or find it valuable, vote positively please as it all helps. Comments are welcomed.

Flying,scuba diving, horse riding,cooking and Narrow boats and power boating.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 1,577 - Total Helpful Votes: 472 of 595
Carbon Monoxide (CO) Detector Monitor - 2 In A Pac&hellip by Spot The Danger
These are ideal for light aircraft, boats, trailer homes, tents and caravans. No audible alarm of course but small and can be stuck anywhere - preferably in full view so on a dashboard or coming and should be included in any instrument scan. Life expectancy of product is 3 months in use so they need replacement (as do all detectors actually). Clearly these are no going to replace an audible alarm in a house - nor are they designed to for those folk who whitter on about them being "useless" on here.
Ashes in Autumn by Jen
3.0 out of 5 stars Less is more, 22 Aug 2014
Its Ok - starts well with pace and tension - mad scientist make super bug for US government bio-weapons program. Program closed bug given by mad scientist to religious cult leader (think David Koresh type). Cult leader want to extort money from government. Corrupt politician gets national guard to storm cult headquarters. weapon is released - billions die across the world. So far so good. Then we follow 3 friends attempts to get to their boat and sail to uninfected (they think) island. Here it gets rather boring. Then the friend s catch the illness but don't die due to a mould on their boat! this is getting silly. Then they get to the island and the fully equipped hospital that is there of… Read more
The Help [Blu-ray] [Region Free] <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Emma Stone
The Help [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Blu-ray ~ Emma Stone
An excellent film which is true to the book. Well acted and conveys the period vey well indeed. The unabashed racism of 60's southern USA is truely astonishing viewed from todays perspective.

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