Bernardette Lugner

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (1,158 of 1,277)
Location: Manchester, UK


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TCP LED B22d Bayonet Cap 10 Watt LED Classic Shape&hellip by TCP
Customer review from the Amazon Vine Programme (What's this?)
This bulb is, as promised, the classic light-bulb shape, but it is not the classic size. It is about 10mm longer than a tungsten 60 watt bulb, so it might not fit your light-fitting. I tried to put it in a pendant shade, but it could not be manoeuvred in.

Instead, I used it in a table lamp with great success. The bulb has a pearl white surface, so produces soft shadows, has a good spread of illumination, and looks easily as bright as an old 60W bulb, while using only 10W. It can't be dimmed. The light is, as advertised, a warm white, and you get full brightness instantly. Is it worth laying out £12.30? Here's my calculation.

A 60W bulb running for 4 hours per day,… Read more
Riemann P20 Once a Day 10 Hours Protection SPF 20 &hellip by Riemann
I've used this stuff for many years, in every continent and climate, and never got burned. You only need to apply it before breakfast each day, and that's it. Swim, sweat, it doesn't matter.

Just be sure to let it dry before you dress, or it might stain clothes (especially cotton). Any stains do wash out.
I Really Hate My Job [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Neve Campbell
I Really Hate My Job [DVD] DVD ~ Neve Campbell
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3.0 out of 5 stars Oh, rats, 29 Aug 2014
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This is an outing for a quintet of excellent female actors, who would probably object to being called actresses. They staff a Soho restaurant, but only the manager, "Madonna" Anna Maxwell Martin, is reasonably competent, and she has to fake it much of the time. All of them wish they were some one else, some place else. We learn this through long-winded wingeing -- the script is just too wordy -- rather than through anything they do. The two waitresses are lazy and self-regarding, the washer-up blathers on, and the kitchen help, standing in for the chef, tries but isn't able to cope.

It's Wesker's "The kitchen" meets Fawlty Towers. We even get a guest cameo from Basil the Rat, and… Read more