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Old 06-29-2010, 07:28 AM
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Default Nike Air Max 90 Light Charcoal/White-Liquid Lime

Light Charcoal leather and white mesh combine on the upper, while a lighter shade of grey is used for the Air Max window surround and midfoot eyelets. The aforementioned Liquid Lime accents can be seen on the outsole heel, cloth liner and quarter panel Swoosh.



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Old 08-03-2010, 03:35 AM
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Old 08-09-2010, 12:24 AM
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Default monk DVD is very good.

Adrian Monk is back for his second season with 16 new cases to solve. Whether he's facing public speaking, umpiring, or searching for a missing grandmother, you can count on two things. The mystery will be bizarre and you'll get a laugh or two in the process.
This is the season when I started watching the show, and it hooked me from the start. It hits just the right balance of humor, mystery, and drama. We feel for Monk even as we laugh at him. And the comedy, while usually atMonk's expense, is done without mocking him. It's a fine line, but they are able to do it. All four of the leads are excellent, helping their characters stand out in what could become caricatures.
And these mysteries are top notch as well. Instead of the standard one murder and three suspects, this show usually goes for one suspect with the perfect alibi that Monk has to break. And there lies some of the best mysteries on TV today. My personal favorite puzzle from this season is "Mr. Monk and the Sleeping Suspect" in which Monk must prove the mailer of recent package bombs has been in a coma for three months.
My all time favorite episode of the show (at least so far) is also in this set. "Mr. Monk and the Three Pies" really digs into his character as we see him interact with his brother, who is even worse then he is. The mystery is well done, but it's the brothers' relationship that makes the episode stand out.
While the extras could have been better, this DVD set is great. All 16 episodes are presented in sharp widescreen with Dolby 2.0 surround. Each of the four discs has a couple minute featurette. "The Minds BehindMonk" talks about the creation of the character. There are profiles with interviews with the actors of Disher and Stottlemeyer. Finally, there's a tour of the precinct set. Nothing spectacular, but the episodes are well worth getting it for.
Fans of this show will be pleased to have it on disc to watch over and over again. And if you've managed to miss this gem, get it today. You'll be hooked in no time.
The Hills DVD 1-5
The Sopranos DVD 1-6
Monk DVD 1-8
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Old 08-09-2010, 12:25 AM
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Default the Hills is a TV series.

I enjoy watching The Hills. It's mindless and sometimes can be annoying, especially when Spencer is around, but all in all I do enjoy watching it.
You have to take it for what it is - young (largely immature) people over-reacting to situations contrived by the producers. There is nothing of much substance here, Heidi and Spencer's relationship is questionable at best, Audrina is an aspiring actress (but nothing is said of this on the tv show in case we think she is actually acting instead of just living her life). However, Lauren and Whitney are incredibly likeable, Heidi is hilarious as the narcissistic airhead and Spencer is the complete villain. In my opinion this makes for good tv. I work all day and when I come home I like to relax and be entertained, and this does the job.
In this season Heidi and Spencer are living together. Heidi's friendship with Lauren falls apart, Audrina has love issues of her own, and Whitney moves on with her career.
Also I think this is The Hills where Heidi and Spencer have an argument that results in Heidi going to Colorado to see her family. After a while Spencer decides to follow her to sort out their differences. When he gets there, Heidi has a brand new face! Unfortunately for Heidi all this plastic surgery seems to be in vain as Spencer shows no signs of noticing the changes. Their lines might not be scripted but there is enough evidence here to The Hills that this 'reality' tv show is not as real as it claims to be. That shouldn't come as a shock to anybody though.
Bear in mind this is not for everyone. If you don't like 'reality' tv, then stay clear. Alot of the situations are so clearly contrived that it is just unbelievable. If you can take it for what it is - mindless trash tv - then sit back and enjoy. If you're looking for intellectual stimulation, steer clear.
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The Office DVD 1-6
Entourage DVD 1-6
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Queer as Folks DVD 1-5
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Default the Sopranos is a TV series.

The packaging for The Sopranos is a thing of beauty, and you can tell how much this sets means to HBO by the way they packaged it. The set comes in a nice sturdy box covered in black fabric, with a faint silk-screen of The Sopranos logo on the front. Removing the lid exposes the red inside of the box, and the black cloth cover which holds the book containing the DVDs. There's a ribbon to help remove the book from the case, which will be familiar to anyone who bought one of the season sets, as the ribbon could be found in those as well. I had a bit of a hard time removing the book the first time because HBO has packed the set very well, including little pieces of foam to keep the set from moving around at all. I was impressed by this, as it shows how much thought went into the set, and into keeping it pristine until it's delivered to the customer. The Sopranosslides out of the cloth bag, and is covered by the same fabric used for the box; a red logo appears on the front. The book is made out of extremely thick cardboard, and the pages contain a photo on the left, a list of the disc contents on the right, and then the two pages following contain the discs. Being slightly anal-retentive, I liked that the discs were placed into the cardboard sleeves with the labels facing the right way; it must have been done by hand, as I can't see a machine aligning things perfectly like that. The discs slip into little recessed pouches in the large cardboard pages, and unfortunately they make contact with the cardboard. The good news is that I only had scratches on 4 of the discs, and they were all extremely small, and may be caused by something other than the packaging. It's still something to note though; I really don't like packaging that makes contact with the discs. There's only one down-side to the package: it's a bit too large to fit on a standard DVD shelf."
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The Sopranos DVD 1-6
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True Blood DVD 1-2
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Entourage DVD 1-6
The Simpsons DVD 1-21
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