Virgins? What Virgins?: and Other Essays - Prometheus Books
Status: New - Virgins? What Virgins? In this wide-ranging collection of insightful, controversial, and often-witty essays, the renowned author of Why I Am Not a...... more
Status: New - Virgins? What Virgins? In this wide-ranging collection of insightful, controversial, and often-witty essays, the renowned author of Why I Am Not a Muslim has created a representative selection of his best work on the Koran and various problems posed by the interaction of Islam with the West. Full description
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Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: Spanish ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (2.35:1), SPECIAL FEATURES:...... more
Spain released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: Spanish ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), English ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (2.35:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Commentary, Filmographies, Interactive Menu, Making Of, Music Video, Scene Access, Teaser(s), Trailer(s), SYNOPSIS: It is summertime in a blue-collar, marginal district of a city in the South of Spain. Tano, a teenager currently serving a sentence in a juvenile reform center, is given a 48-hour leave to attend his brother's wedding. Together with his best friend Richi, Tano plans to enjoy his 48-hour pass to the limit, doing all the things he is normally prohibited from doing. He gets drunk, takes drugs, steals, has sex and hangs out with his buddies. He feels free and exerts that freedom with all the force and audacity of a teenager. By the end of his 48-hour pass, Tano has also witnessed the collapse of all the things he takes for granted in his life: the neighborhood, his family, friends and loved-ones - everything is somehow different for him. More than just two days of freedom, Tano's leave turns out to be a journey into maturity. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Cinema Writers Circle Awards, Spain, Goya Awards, San Sebastian International Film Festival, ...7 (Seven) Virgins ( 7 Vírgenes )
Status: New - Love him or loathe him, you've got to admit that Richard Branson has drive. And guts. And enough ambition to sink a battleship--or perhaps that...... more
Status: New - Love him or loathe him, you've got to admit that Richard Branson has drive. And guts. And enough ambition to sink a battleship--or perhaps that should be a jumbo jet--or even a whole company of jumbos if the Virgin Atlantic/British Airways debacle (which takes up a huge chunk of this already sizable tome) is anything to go by. Branson's autobiography makes immensely fascinating reading. Whatever you think of Britain's most famous entrepreneur the odds are that you will enjoy reading his autobiography. You may snort at descriptions of his "poor" childhood--spent eating bread and dripping while living in the kind of house house the majority of us visit on Bank Holidays and attending a "minor" public school. You may groan at memories of early initiative tests: how about being thrown out of the family car and told by his mother to find his way home--at the age of four? You may flinch at accounts of his early business days as an unwashed, unshod hippy magazine publisher living en famille with his staff in the crypt of a West London church. But all in all you'll get to understand where the guy's coming from--man. And like the man himself, there's no holds barred here. Richard bares his soul, from childhood, school days (cheating at exams), loves and losses (lost one wife when a spot of wife-swapping went drastically wrong--for him) and death-defying adventures (yes, the balloons are all there) to the rise and rise of the Virgin empire. His interviews for Student magazine and the early days of Virgin Music read like a chronicle of popular music and culture in the late 20th century. Famous names bounce off every page. Prepare to be enthralled by the life and times of a walking publicity machine. --Carey Green, Amazon.com --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title
Advantages: not many Disadvantages: bad broadband signal,poor service
...better not worse.
If you have a virgin mobile you can call this for free from the house phone. Ive never had any problems with reception.
Again the package deal for mobiles are about the same as any network but they don't have such a big range of phones.I cancelled this once it was out of contract and took out a new one(new phone).
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Advantages: Better than BT Disadvantages: Cable exposed in the strreet.
.... Not everyone has Virgin fibre optic cable though so if you don't then prices may vary although savings still to be made. That older service is called Virgin National Broadband, run off their off old Telewest cables. That's also £12.50 per month.
With the engineers at the house the lads were in a hurry, this one of five they had to do that day, so you need to lean on them if you have any anxieties...
Advantages: Basic sky channels are back!, Some good VOD content, good unlimited internet packages Disadvantages: VOD reliability not 100%, webmail reliability & mailbox size, customer service rather 'hit or miss'
...** Important News/Update (Edit) 16/11/08:-
Ok so on Thursday the basic Sky channels finally returned to Virgin Media, at least for those of us who are on the higher TV packages (their included in the L and XL packages, which are the two most expensive packages, I believe), which was good news for me! now I can access Sky1, Sky2 and Sky3 (Sky3 is also available on Freeview), as well as Sky News...
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