Robert Rosenberg

Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (98 of 114)
Location: New York
In My Own Words:
Hi, I'm Robbie Rosenberg. Currently working as a city lawyer in London I am also interested in NLP and Hypnosis. I like most kinds of music ranging from Jazz to Pop. I love Alan Partridge. I have a reasonably slim build, I'm Jewish and I have to shave every day. You can visit me on


Top Reviewer Ranking: 21,195 - Total Helpful Votes: 98 of 114
Let's face it - none of us wants to use one of these.

First I started with the poison. Main reason? I would see a pile of blue pellets slowly going down until they stopped. At that point I would know that the rodent was gone without ever seeing it. There's a great comfort in that.

Problem is - the poison didn't work - I was just feeding the mouse and he was happy to come back for more.

So out these traps come. First go - it got the mouse. Must say I still feel a little sick thinking about it but it was dead easy to dispose. You never touch the thing. You just drop it into a carrier bag by holding the other end of the trap and releasing it slowly… Read more
Free Capital: How 12 Private Investors Made Millio&hellip by Guy Thomas
I first downloaded this using the free trial of audible. I like this so much I bought the hard copy as way. (I have though discontinued my free trial of audible.)

I am so fed up with hearing about what Warren Buffett does and how I can learn from him. To me that is as good as watching youtubes of Lionel Messi in order to be a better footballer (save of course that 20 years ago Messi was a noboby but Buffett was still the number 1 investor).

This book is excellent in many ways:

1 It tells you about people like you - British people (as opposed to Americans) using tools you use at home. It gives you clues about what they do so you can copy some… Read more
Kinivo BTC450 Bluetooth Hands-Free car kit for car&hellip by Kinivo
This product is excellent as you can see from the other reviews so you don't need me to tell you that.
Often people look at these reviews either after buying the product or before to see how the thing can be installed.
I'm relatively techy (a tad more than the average) and I found it difficult to work out how this thing could be installed before I bought it.
Here is a video to hopefully explain to people with a fairly old car.

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