David Song

Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (77 of 85)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 272,716 - Total Helpful Votes: 77 of 85
Benjamin Rabbit and The Stranger Danger by Irene Keller
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars How's about that then?, 21 Nov 2012
In this short book Sir Jimmy exposes an array of tried and tested techniques discovered during his extensive career as TV's greatest paedophile. As the holder of a convictionless quadruple-decade streak Savile's credentials speak for themselves; this book is guaranteed not to disappoint.

Being stranger-oriented, part one of this trilogy focuses mostly on lines involving puppies, sweeties and other classics known for famous delivery. The other two books in this series "Betty Bunny and the Fundraiser Fondler" and "Harriet Hare and the Hospital Humper" are for a slightly more niche market, though are well-written and offer sound advice for hospital staff and charity workers looking… Read more
1.8M DVI Cable by -
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
This item isn't very clear about whether it's a DVI-D, DVI-I or DVI-A cable. It is not specified whether this is a dual-link or a single link cable either, so we have to use the picture as a description. Did the Amazon Marketplace seller carefully inspect the picture like I did? Assume that they didn't and that you're buying a random cable.

The product picture is unclear, but under careful inspection looks like a single link DVI-D cable, that's the cable where the outputs from left to right look like a minus shape followed by a 3x3 grid of pins, then a gap where 6 more pins should be, then another 3x3 grid. A single link DVI-I cable has a plus shape with a pin in each of the four… Read more
SonyEricsson Bluetooth watch MBW-150 Music Edition Sony Ericsson
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Being the runt that I am, I was a bit worried that this fat watch would look a little bulky on my puny wrist, but thankfully it's not as bad as the side-shots would have you believe; it looks and feels like an ordinary watch.

Unlike other pieces of technological wearware this piece of kit actually looks reasonably good, it's not as stylish as the executive edition, but it scrapes acceptable business attire while retaining geek cred. Incoming call, SMS and email alerts are sent directly to the device via vibrations and a scrolling message. I can control my media player and volume from it, and most importantly it panics if my phone goes out of range.

The Bluetooth does… Read more

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