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發表於 2005-11-19 23:59:36 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 納比 at 2005-11-19 11:54 PM:

乜野係ssp

sham shui po
發表於 2005-11-20 00:09:47 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 古都 at 2005-11-19 11:59 PM:

sham shui po

深水埗可能搵到d正野都未定,我都想去下,多唔多二手店/殘殘地既cd鋪
發表於 2005-11-21 13:43:05 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 古都 at 19-11-2005 23:22:

我就係問過幾間都話冇
可能我係ssp ge關係

灣仔
 樓主| 發表於 2005-11-22 23:12:09 | 顯示全部樓層
當我發現樓下租碟鋪之後突然冇咩mood搵碟買
 樓主| 發表於 2005-11-30 16:02:02 | 顯示全部樓層
情書出左3區dvd?
發表於 2005-12-4 19:43:45 | 顯示全部樓層
想問下大家
邊度有又多又齊ge星爺d vcd?
thx
發表於 2005-12-4 19:48:55 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 古都 at 2005-12-4 07:43 PM:
想問下大家
邊度有又多又齊ge星爺d vcd?
thx

真係冇乜留意,可能我早年已經由我老豆集齊九成既關係

係灣仔見到有兩三隻較早年既,唔太出名既都未敢買,唔知好唔好笑

星爺早期d戲有d都唔係sell搞笑,果隻龍鳳茶樓同後期少少既一本漫畫走天涯我都笑唔出
發表於 2005-12-4 20:19:28 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 納比 at 2005-12-4 07:48 PM:

真係冇乜留意,可能我早年已經由我老豆集齊九成既關係

係灣仔見到有兩三隻較早年既,唔太出名既都未敢買,唔知好唔好笑

星爺早期d戲有d都唔係sell搞笑,果隻龍鳳茶樓同後期少少既一本漫畫走天涯我都笑唔出


我都係淨係想買d有少少出名同搞笑果d
 樓主| 發表於 2005-12-4 23:14:29 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 納比 at 2005-12-4 07:48 PM:

真係冇乜留意,可能我早年已經由我老豆集齊九成既關係

係灣仔見到有兩三隻較早年既,唔太出名既都未敢買,唔知好唔好笑

星爺早期d戲有d都唔係sell搞笑,果隻龍鳳茶樓同後期少少既一本漫畫走天涯我都笑唔出

有冇回魂夜?

碟見都未見過......
發表於 2005-12-5 00:10:24 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 炎夏 at 2005-12-4 11:14 PM:

有冇回魂夜?

碟見都未見過......

有,不斷翻睇睇到笑唔出咁滯
 樓主| 發表於 2005-12-5 00:19:52 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 納比 at 2005-12-5 12:10 AM:

有,不斷翻睇睇到笑唔出咁滯

我要

飛圖執笠害人不殘
發表於 2005-12-5 00:21:28 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 炎夏 at 2005-12-5 12:19 AM:

我要

飛圖執笠害人不殘

我幾大留番黎收藏啦,睇到笑唔出都唔放,而且係我老豆的,雖然佢唔會知,但都冇理由羅佢d碟去賣
 樓主| 發表於 2005-12-5 00:35:59 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 納比 at 2005-12-5 12:21 AM:

我幾大留番黎收藏啦,睇到笑唔出都唔放,而且係我老豆的,雖然佢唔會知,但都冇理由羅佢d碟去賣

技安太強了

幾個月就拍出回魂夜+西遊記兩套經典,將周星星推上屈機的程度
發表於 2005-12-5 00:38:00 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 炎夏 at 2005-12-5 12:35 AM:

技安太強了

幾個月就拍出回魂夜+西遊記兩套經典,將周星星推上屈機的程度

頂,我反轉我老豆果2座碟山都搵唔到2隻西遊記係邊,想睇番羅家拎唱only you果度
發表於 2005-12-5 08:06:54 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 炎夏 at 2005-12-5 12:35 AM:

技安太強了

幾個月就拍出回魂夜+西遊記兩套經典,將周星星推上屈機的程度

我覺得東成西就將班演員推上精神分裂的程度都屈機
發表於 2005-12-12 15:24:14 | 顯示全部樓層
週日想看《最後的時光》而不果,最後租咗兩隻碟:

The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

Every Miltary Person, and Ideally Every Citizen, SHould View, June 21, 2004
Reviewer: Robert D. Steele (Oakton, VA United States)

This is the only documentary film to make it on to my list of 470+ non-fiction books relevant to national security & global issues. It is superb, and below I summarize the 11 lessons with the intent of documenting how every military person, and ideally every citizen, should view this film.

As the U.S. military goes through the motions of "transformation" while beset by the intense demands of being engaged in a 100-year war on six-fronts around the world, all of them against asymmetric threats that we do not understand and are not trained, equipped, nor organized to deal with, this film is startlingly relevant and cautionary.

LESSON 1: EMPHATHIZE WITH YOUR ENEMY. We must see ourselves as they see us, we must see their circumstances as they see them, before we can be effective.

LESSON 2: RATIONALITY WILL NOT SAVE US. Human fallibility combined with weapons of mass destruction will destroy nations. Castro has 162 nuclear warheads already on the island, and was willing to accept annihilation of Cuba as the cost of upholding his independence and honor.

LESSON 3: THERE'S SOMETHING BEYOND ONESELF. History, philosophy, values, responsibility--think beyond your niche.

LESSON 4: MAXIMIZE EFFICIENCY. Although this was McNamara's hallmark, and the fog of war demands redundancy, he has a point: we are not maximizing how we spend $500B a year toward world peace, and are instead spending it toward the enrichment of select corporations, building things that don't work in the real world.

LESSON 5: PROPORTIONALITY SHOULD BE A GUIDELINE IN WAR. McNamara is clearly still grieving over the fact that we firebombed 67 Japanese cities before we ever considered using the atomic bomb, destroying 50% to 90% of those cities.

LESSON 6: GET THE DATA. It is truly appalling to realize that the U.S. Government is operating on 2% of the relevant information, in part because it relies heavily on foreign allies for what they want to tell us, in part because the U.S. Government has turned its back on open sources of information. Marc Sageman, in "Understanding Networks of Terror", knows more about terrorism today than do the CIA or FBI, because he went after the open source data and found the patterns. There is a quote from a Senator in the 1960's that is also compelling, talking about "an instability of ideas" that are not understood, leading to erroneous decisions in Washington. For want of action, we forsook thought.

LESSON 7: BELIEF & SEEING ARE BOTH OFTEN WRONG. With specific reference to the Gulf of Tonkin, as well as the failure of America to understand that the Vietnamese were fighting for independence from China, not just the French or the corrupt Catholic regime of Ngo Dinh Diem, McNamara blows a big whole in the way the neo-cons "believed" themselves into the Iraq war, and took America's blood, treasure, and spirit with them.

LESSON 8: BE PREPARED TO RE-EXAMINE YOUR REASONING. McNamara is blunt here: if your allies are not willing to go along with you, consider the possibility that your reasoning is flawed.

LESSON 9: IN ORDER TO DO GOOD, YOU MAY HAVE TO ENGAGE IN EVIL. Having said that, he recommends that we try to maximize ethics and minimize evil. He is specifically concerned with what constitutes a war crime under changing circumstances.

LESSON 10: NEVER SAY NEVER. Reality and the future are not predictable. There are no absolutes. We should spend more time thinking back over what might have been, be more flexible about taking alternative courses of action in the future.

LESSON 11: YOU CAN'T CHANGE HUMAN NATURE. There will always be war, and disaster. We can try to understand it, and deal with it, while seeking to calm our own human nature that wants to strike back in ways that are counter-productive.

For those who dismiss this movie because McNamara does not apologize, I say "pay attention." The entire movie is an apology, both direct from McNamara, and indirect in the manner that the producer and director have peeled away his outer defenses and shown his remorse at key points in the film. I strongly recommend the book by McNamara and James Blight, "WILSON's GHOST." In my humble opinion, in the context of the 470+ non-fiction books I have reviewed here, McNamara and Bill Colby are the two Viet-Nam era officials that have grown the most since leaving office. He has acquired wisdom since leaving defense, and we ignore this wisdom at our peril.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product ... er-reviews.start=91

Control Room

Al Jazeera 5, CENTCOM 1, Western Journalists 0, May 31, 2005
Reviewer: Robert D. Steele (Oakton, VA United States)

This is a very worthy and serious documentary. As one who spends a lot of time thinking about "strategic communication" and public diplomacy and public perception, I cannot think of a more important reference point for any US official interested in understanding where we are going wrong in the Arab and Muslim worlds.

Bottom line up front: Al Jazerra gets 5 points from me, in comparison with CENTCOM 1 (for naive ernestness), and Western journalists 0 (just generally stupid).

There are some spectacular flashes of insight in this documentary. My favorite is when one of the Al Jazeera editors says that the US cannot have it both ways--it cannot be the most powerful nation in the world, exercising that power (implicitly, capriciously and dangerously and harmfully) and at the same time expect the world to love it for doing so.

Over-all--and I am perhaps not the norm, having lived overseas most of my life as the son of an oilman, as a Marine Corps infantry officer, and as a clandestine case officer--I have to say that in the real world, Al Jazerra is wiping the deck with our ass. You may not like my opinion, but there are a couple of billion people that probably agree with that opinion, and most of them, right now, are not very respectful of the old USA.

It is not possible to be effective as a strategic communicator, or to practice public diplomacy, without first understanding what your target audience is seeing, hearing, and thinking. This DVD is a superb starting point and I have total respect for what has been presented here.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product ... er-reviews.start=11
發表於 2005-12-12 16:12:11 | 顯示全部樓層
Originally posted by 橙色力量 at 2005-12-12 03:24 PM:
週日想看《最後的時光》而不果,最後租咗兩隻碟:

The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara

Every Mil ...

最後的時光尚書房有 DVD, 承惠二十八大洋
發表於 2005-12-15 19:54:45 | 顯示全部樓層
太好了,終於買了星光伴我心了,原來咁易搵到
發表於 2005-12-15 20:02:13 | 顯示全部樓層
原帖由 納比 於 15-12-2005 07:54 PM 發表
太好了,終於買了星光伴我心了,原來咁易搵到

邊樹???
發表於 2005-12-16 10:43:27 | 顯示全部樓層
原帖由 FlyingDonkey 於 2005-12-15  08:02 PM 發表

邊樹???

time square間cd warehouse,不過唔知係咪last,如果dvd就好多度都有啦應該
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