M. Brown

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 79% (23 of 29)
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,155,717 - Total Helpful Votes: 23 of 29
65W Apple Power supply A1021. Replacement apple po&hellip by Generic
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
After my old charger had finally worn away with too much use, my dad decided to buy this a present. And it was the best present I could get.

It's really robust and does the job well. Attention has been paid to ensuring the connectors are securely attached to the cable and it works just like an official cable.

With one exception, the price tag. At well over half the price of the official charger, you'd be better off buying this and spending the difference on a bottle of wine.
Contraception: A Users' Handbook by Anne Szarewski
This book is an essential read particularly when you find out that condom failure is about 3%, rising to 10% for those under the age of 30. It's good to browse over before you head off to the family planning clinic to give you the grounding in basic contraception. I was, frankly, stunned by what I didn't know. The text is easy to understand and clearly marks out the pros and cons of various methods of contraception. Sensible, sensible advice for those who like their information expertly presented. However, being published in 2000 it could do with more up to date information, so buy it 2nd hand get yourself up to speed and then head to the clinic. Best book I ever bought.
The Rough Guide to Conspiracy Theories by James McConnachie
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
I have always been into conspiracy theories not because i believed in them but more because i was into who believed what, why did they believe and for how did this fit into the world around them. This book fufilled this and more. It is not for conspiracy theorists, it's about conspiracy theorists. What do they believe, why do they believe it and what effect has it had on the world? it includes the outlandish (David Icke), the genuine (Watergate) and the disturbing (Holocaust deniers). It makes no distinction between theories taking an even-handed approach to the subject matter. it presents it with a little bias as it can muster. It provides further reading, lists of people who write for and… Read more

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