Mojo

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  1. I agree. F1 is just like cycling in that regard. People just have to learn to accept that as long as there are two drivers per team, there will always be team orders and preference.
  2. I agree, man. Schumacher is struggling like his first year at Ferrari back in the 90s. The car, as I understand it, was more tailored to Button's style of "understeer" from his stint at Brawn last year. Fits Rosberg more than Schumi, who likes a direct or even slightly oversteery car. I'm with you on Vettel. But one side of me is also cheering Jenson.
  3. Yung Lumix ba 'yon? Mahal nga. Pero mukhang ok naman. Thanks for the reco
  4. Anybody here a fan of this TV series? I consider it to be the true heir to X Files and JJ Abrams and company have done a sterling job of seeing this through. It has all the elements: Supernatural mysteries, conspiracy theories, outside the box heroes and terrific production values (as far as I can see from the fuzzy pirated DVDs I obtain). A scientist with a shady past (confined to a mental institution) with the government has just been released on loan to the FBI where he encounters the effects of experiments and cutting edge research he had done almost thirty years ago. And he is now the link to all these mysteries cropping up... Any one know where we can get the original release of the DVD? I really would like to keep this in my collection - just like the X Files.
  5. This has truly been a banner year for both racing disciplines. F1: Schumacher being back is the big news, of course. But I personally think the bigger news is the rise of Red Bull as a championship contender. I remember it was i think just 5 years ago that they started this team on the heels of the failed (was it?) Jaguar team. Vettel is doing great, but Webber has really come into his own this season. Just shows ho a great car can elevate a driver to another level (Think Button from last year). Ferrari are a bit in shambles so I find myself rooting for the Red Bulls instead. Moto GP: Rossi out for 4 races with a broken tibia, but back after merely 4 weeks - and placing 4th o his return last weekend at the Sachsenring. Lorenzo, is of course, the main beneficiary of Rossi's misfortunes as he is clearly the champion elect at the moment. Still rooting for Rossi, though...
  6. Ano bang camera ang ok to upgrade to? Currently using a 3 year old Canon G7 and want to buy a newer one. Have looked at the Canon G12 pero still open to other suggestions. Sana pareho ng G7 - medyo retro ang dating.
  7. Wow, tagal kong hindi nabisita 'tong site - sayang naman lahat ng data na nawala. More power to the site!