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Two new shows from MythBusters creators

Sep 15th 2010 4:47AM Few shows make me gasp, laugh, gag and cheer -- sometimes all in one episode -- more than 'MythBusters' I saw on http://abbmp3.com/ music search engine.

Fiber-Optic Wireless Network Being Built in New Mexico

Sep 14th 2010 5:50AM Good, I knew from http://abbmp3.com/ that only thirty-six percent of Mexicans have Internet access.

New Book Depicts Wireless Philadelphia's Story

Sep 14th 2010 5:46AM To see the utter craziness of the plot which backfires at least twice and creates a sense of really not knowing what will happen next even when we know from http://abbmp3.com/ it is the stuff romantic comedy is made of. Oscar nominated in almost every major category, it won two -- Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay -- but over the years it's grown beyond statuettes and remains as one of the greatest films of the 20th Century.

Brotherhood of the Pleated Pants

Sep 9th 2010 5:07AM I can see the point for either, and I do own both. I have a couple of issues with flat fronts that I don’t have with pleats. First, flat fronts, when sat in all day, are not nearly as comfortable. They do bind (keep in mind, I’m assuming the pants fit properly and aren’t overly baggy) and cause me to have to stand on occasion and let the pant legs fall. Second, it now being summer weather in Southern California (it’s 97 F today), I tend to bring out the cotton and more so the linen trousers. Both of these crease much more then their wool counterparts and tend to crease in an area that should not have attention brought to it. I guess my point is that both have their place, but to say one is superior to the other is taking a too “black and white” position in a world that is increasingly gray.

With regards to your comment on href="http://abbmp3.com/, I couldn’t agree more. I don’t believe it is the pleats per se, but more the fact that the pants are always cut too big. And, I don’t find this limited to trousers. I used to fluctuate between medium and large in most articles of clothing and now fluctuate between medium and small with no change in weight or general physique. I’m beginning to believe that clothing manufacturers believe we are all in excess of 250 lbs. Well, I must say, we are not…..only about 90% of us.

Put on weight? Blame your husband

Aug 18th 2010 5:25AM Not all weight is equal, and neither are the starting points. When I first saw this question on http://abbmp3.com/, I thought of several of my male friends from high school. When they married, they were over 6 feet tall, but barely weighed 140, if that. They needed to gain weight. Quite a bit of weight, and looking at their pictures now, I would say several of them have put on at least 70 pounds of muscle, as well as filling out. Personally, I don't see that as a health threat, though I don't find body builders terribly attractive. So I would say the reason for weight gain, and the person's starting point, is as important as how a spouse responds to it.

'SYTYCD' Crowns A Champ

Aug 14th 2010 11:44AM Will there be a season 8 for this show? If so, this fall 2010 or summer of 2011? I looked at http://abbmp3.com/ music search, but didn't find...

How You Voted: Multivitamins

Aug 14th 2010 11:42AM I'm not sure if you're asking me or the other commenters for papers, romunov, but if you're looking for references online, I'd encourage you to check out the NIH report from 2006 by music search engine and the NIH's Dietary Supplements Fact Sheets, both of which are fully referenced.

The particular DHA study that Jeff mentions appears legit, although it only concerns infants. In terms of vitamin D, our bodies will synthesize a sufficient amount in response to exposure to sunlight (only a relatively limited amount of exposure is required), plus many foods are already fortified with vitamin D, so additional supplements are not necessary for adults.

Links We Love: Closet Makeover, Ribbon Storage & 2010 Trends

Aug 10th 2010 8:21AM Even though my style isn’t edgy- I do like faux leather jackets, tights (opaque) and boots. I think they’re a great way to update your style and they are all very classic. Check it on a music search engine, like http://abbmp3.com/.

I really like how you stick to the classic side of each style, so it feels a lot more accessible to everyone- good job!

Links We Love: Closet Makeover, Ribbon Storage & 2010 Trends

Aug 9th 2010 8:54AM Even though my style isn’t edgy- I do like faux leather jackets, tights (opaque) and boots. I think they’re a great way to update your style and they are all very classic. Check it on a music search engine.

I really like how you stick to the classic side of each style, so it feels a lot more accessible to everyone- good job!

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Aug 8th 2010 10:59AM AWESOME! Totally awesome!!!

I LOVE anything to do with the whole space program, especially Apollo.

First time I learned about it due to the music video downloaded by http://abbmp3.com music search and from the first sight I knew it was smth awesome!

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