Discover the wonderful world of divine desserts with this collection of easy-to-follow recipes for mouth-watering treats, from gooey puddings to tasty pies and...... more
Discover the wonderful world of divine desserts with this collection of easy-to-follow recipes for mouth-watering treats, from gooey puddings to tasty pies and fruity crumbles. A perfect ending to any meal, these delicious desserts are simple to make but will never fail to impress.
A new series introducing landforms that can be found in different physical environments, such as mountains, rivers, coasts and deserts. Each title looks...... more
A new series introducing landforms that can be found in different physical environments, such as mountains, rivers, coasts and deserts. Each title looks at how such features form, change, are used by humans and how they can be conserved.
Warren Buffett is worth nearly $50 billion. Does he "deserve" all this money? Buffett himself will tell you that "society is responsible for a very significant...... more
Warren Buffett is worth nearly $50 billion. Does he "deserve" all this money? Buffett himself will tell you that "society is responsible for a very significant percentage of what I've earned." Unjust Deserts offers an entirely new approach to the wealth question. In a lively synthesis of modern economic, technological, and cultural research, Gar Alperovitz and Lew Daly demonstrate that up to 90 percent (and perhaps more) of current economic output derives not from individual ingenuity, effort, or investment but from our collective inheritance of scientific and technological knowledge: an inheritance we all receive as a "free lunch." Alperovitz and Daly then pursue the implications of this research, persuasively arguing that there is no reason any one person should be entitled to that inheritance. Recognizing the true dimensions of our unearned inheritance leads inevitably to a new and powerful moral case for wealth redistribution-and to a series of practical policies to achieve it in an era when the disparities have become untenable.
Advantages: Strong vocals, great guitar riff, commerical, flawless production, thoughtful lyrics Disadvantages: Often overlooked
...vocals. This karaoke song featured on an album of three other Desert Rose Band tracks from the Page of Life album; Story of Love, Start All Over Again and Time Passes Me By. The version was re-released again in December 2011 and September 2012 under the artist name Done Again through Stingray Music.
I highly recommend this single and the two tracks from such an underrated...
Advantages: Some good tracks Disadvantages: Some awful tracks, probably too diverse for all tracks to appeal to one person, many of the songs are slow
...The ‘in’ thing at the moment seems to be celebrities starring in reality TV shows. We’ve had Celebrity Driving School, Big Brother, Fame Academy and I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here! Recently, ITV viewers saw the final of another celebrity reality TV series – Reborn in the USA.
The idea was to take ten former music stars and try to relaunch their ca...
...track doesn't make an album, but it can very often be the sole reason for purchasing it.
I have often thought that Springsteen's lyrics were a little suspect, but very often these take second place to the power and emotion of the music and the mood he creates - and this album is Bruce at his raw, belting best.
BORN IN THE USA - The massively powerful title track that seems to have become...