Nov 28th 2007 5:50PM I think you mean kilowatt... 310 watt isn't that much, is it?
Jan 24th 2007 2:02AM I don't want to be a couch critic, but... The songs sounded better after he put them through the iTunes sound enhancer? Honestly, any sound engineer worth his salt should be able to do better than a random computer program, given a studio to play with. Maybe Ry should hire better help, then try again.
Jan 18th 2007 3:31PM Actually, I like suits. It helps that I'm a student so wearing suits isn't the man-coming-down-on-me that it is to people commenting here, but a well tailored suit makes me look good. Which means that I like a suit just as much as I like any other piece of clothing which makes me look good. I went through my rebellious cargo pants, t-shirt and hoodie phase years ago - claiming it was comfortable and thus better - but it made me look like a little punk. I prefer the suit.
Dec 6th 2006 6:19AM Dudes, if you want to smell cookies so bad, go to the f*cking supermarket and buy some. The EHNC isn't complaining for their own amusement, there are serious ethical and health problems involved in the wholesale use of scents for marketing purposes.
Nov 25th 2006 9:09PM No offense, but if you forget that you gave your credit card to someone, I seriously wonder if you should be owning a credit card to begin with. So let's consider this a gadget for the sub-100 IQ range of consumers.
Nov 24th 2006 11:45PM Actually, I'm currently following the Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle book and it says that 'cheat days' are essential to your diet. Dieting will start a starvation reaction in your body, burning muscle and adapting your body to a lower caloric intake. Adding cheat days every so many days (zig-zagging, the book calls it) keeps your body from entering starvation and keeps your metabolism going - thus keeping your diet effective.
Nov 15th 2006 12:07AM BMI is an easily calculated number with easily interpretable results. Insofar, it's great - it's amazing what a simple number can do to make people realize they're overweight. But BMI doesn't differentiate between fat and muscle, which greatly reduces it's use beyond alerting you to a situation. Furthermore, you could get flagged as normal even though you've got a really bad fat percentage - making you think you're okay, when in reality you're not. I've recently started my foray into healthier living and dieting and after I found out that my BMI is just fine (21.something) but my fat percentage is actually pretty bad (over 25%)...