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Quote: Originally Posted by Sir Nobax Far from audiophile quality, but its pretty awesome to be able to stream music from all around the world (including my pc at home) 24/7 with a HSDPA connection. My Aurvana's are too sensitive though, their 115dB/mW sensitivity is too high to use it in combination with a noisy source like the S.E. X1. (in other words, it hisses) If you can afford an Xperia I would tend to think that buying nice a...
Your best bet is to find a 80GB 5.5G iPod on eBay or CL. Average going price for one is around $180 and from what I've seen there isn't much of a price disparity from the 30GB to 80GB. Chances are you'll be trying your best to find FLAC files to fully capitalize on it too and the space will go pretty quickly.
Quote: Originally Posted by mape00 Sherdog wrote about UFC 91 proving that jiu jitsu in MMA is not dead. But after watching UFC 92 I don't know what to believe. It was a sad day for a jiu jitsu practitioner. Sure, Nogueira most likely wanted to wear down Mir for two rounds before going for the kill, and except for him, there were no high level bjj guys... but it didn't look good. MMA has always been an evolutionary sport but likewise I haven't...
Quote: Originally Posted by Superpredator Slumdog Millionaire - 1.5/5 I'm curious as to why you didn't like the movie; it had an undeniable and uplifting energy to it that reminds me of Forrest Gump. It showed a bleak and grim reality of poverty and yet still had a surrealistic, invigorating quality with excellent storytelling.
Frost/Nixon: A Anybody over the age of 35 (or cinema lovers in general) would greatly appreciate the subject matter of the movie. Frank Langella's performance as Nixon is riveting especially when the movie reaches it's climax when Watergate is bought up.
Quote: Originally Posted by analogbox Can anyone describe what John Varvatos smell like? I've been meaning to try it for years but never got myself around to do that. Go to the website I posted and find out. It'll be broken down into two or three sub categories that should narrow down the scents considerably. P.S. You got expensive tastes but on a website like this...
Quote: Originally Posted by DarkAngel Thiago Silva I never understood his hype; he's an unknown quantity besides GnP victories over sub-par opponents. There's no reason why Machida should be able to smash him.
Quote: Originally Posted by Fido2 Makes sense to me. Who do you think can give Rashad Evans a run for his money? Rampage is a tough match for anyone even though he still hasn't shown growth in Muay Thai defense. He still the strongest guy at 205 with a granite chin and solid boxing skills. Funny thing is a lot of people were commenting on the fact that Rampage looked soft yesterday but as we saw it doesn't matter when you still have absurd...
Awesome to see cigar smokers on this website. I suppose you could say that this is a "cheaper" hobby than getting the best sonics. Only smoke 2-3 cigars per week on average barring any occasions. The usual smoke is Rocky Patel's The Edge that's 6x52 and on the strong side for $5-6 a piece. The Vintage 1992 and Decade are some smokes I bring to occasions that have never gone bad on me. The owner of the local shop I frequent is good friends with Patel himself so he always...
Cologne is a personal thing and what works well on one person might not with another; as in some colognes will last the whole day and others only last an hour or two. Anybody's best bet is to go to Sephora: Beauty, Skin Care, Makeup, Hair, & Fragrance and find out what scents you're interested in then go to a shop and try it out for the day. Cologne shopping is time consuming but it's either that or a cologne that doesn't have good synergy with you. I use Kenneth Cole...
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