Paul Pinn

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Vax Air Cordless Upright Vacuum Cleaner by Vax
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars EASY TO REMOVE, 5 Sep 2014
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So how does the blurb tally with my experience and perceptions of this machine? Let's see -

The Vax Air Cordless is a cyclonic vacuum cleaner with the capacity to deliver a comprehensive and total home clean.
This cordless upright vacuum cleaner comes equipped with two LithiumLife batteries, which provide an average of 50 minutes battery power to clean both carpets and hard floors.
Steerable Technology allows you to clean around furniture with ease.
Lightweight Design.
Fitted with a high capacity dirt tank.
TRUE. 1.05 L. EASY TO… Read more
Heli [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Armando Espitia
Heli [DVD] DVD ~ Armando Espitia
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At times this film is like watching a fly-on-the-wall documentary, such is the sense of realism. Consequently it isn't like a polished Hollywood movie and we should be thankful for that. It is a gritty portrayal of life as lived by an assortment of Mexicans, ranging from a somewhat impoverished family to corrupt federal militias via tomorrow's drug cartel wannabes and unsympathetic cops. The emotional levels of warmth and love appear minimal, but only because they are rarely expressed despite being felt. Mexico seems a country where to express emotions is to announce one's weaknesses. Emotional encounters (other than those negative ones involving anger or violence) come across as flat… Read more
The Little Book of Market Wizards: Lessons from th&hellip by Jack D. Schwager
4.0 out of 5 stars A Very Welcome Book, 11 Aug 2014
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A compact book distilling nuggets of wisdom, experience and insights that have appeared in the Market Wizards series of books by Jack Schwager. To my mind, and judged in the context of what I need for my own activities, I would say this book is a handy reference to dip into, to remind me of what I've forgotten, to reinforce what I know, and to tell me something new. Reading it was an act of clarification.

The chapters cover various psychological elements involved in trading (and applicable to trading virtually anything: shares, foreign exchange, second-hand cars or tat down a boot sale). The layout is logical and simple. And straight to the point, which apart from the content, is… Read more