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Fiat 500 with Monza rims 15×6.5

Fiat 500 with Monza rims 15×6.5

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 No Comments

Heres a few pictures of my Fiat 500 with the new Competizone 15 inch Monza rims installed

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Mike Thinks News 352 Don’t junk my Touch…or something like that TSA

Mike Thinks News 352 Don’t junk my Touch…or something like that TSA

Friday, November 19, 2010 No Comments

Its a fine like between security and stupidity, a line that seems to get crossed quite regularly these days.  I know you all have heard about the TSA and its determination to fondle their way into a secure airport!  Yea, thats a little extreme, but it isn’t that far off the truth.  You just cant [...]

Mike Thinks News 351 your e-Reader and you

Mike Thinks News 351 your e-Reader and you

Tuesday, November 2, 2010 No Comments

Theres a transformation in the way we consume many forms of media these days.  Television is changing from appointment TV to on demand.  Movies are moving from the theater to your home theater.  Music has nearly crested the hump from CD’s to MP3 files.  So it should come as no chock that your library of [...]

The Blackout of common sense

The Blackout of common sense

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 No Comments

The NFL has had a long standing tradition of asking much of its fans.  The NFL asks its fans to all too frequently pony up vast piles of cash to build new stadiums.  The NFL asks its fans to purchase overprices merchandise of ever changing colors and patters to stay current in their “team spirit”.  [...]

#294 Mike Thinks News  How to destroy a TV show
#294 Mike Thinks News  How to destroy a TV show

#294 Mike Thinks News How to destroy a TV show

Friday, May 21, 2010 No Comments

For many of us, a good television program means much more than just a few minutes of mild entertainment. Its a way to escape the everyday grind, a way to explore our imagination and to allow our hopes and fears to be transformed into an idea we can share with out friends. Its [...]

#193 Mike Thinks News, Don’t talk to strangers

#193 Mike Thinks News, Don’t talk to strangers

Friday, April 30, 2010 No Comments

When the leading scientist on space and time comes out and tells you to do or not do something, its usually a good idea to do more than take it under advisement.  He isn’t smarter than you, he is smarter than you and all your friends…put together.  Ok, maybe thats a stretch, but I still [...]

#192 Mike Thinks News, RIAA and MPAA rub the magic lamp, and make a wish

#192 Mike Thinks News, RIAA and MPAA rub the magic lamp, and make a wish

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 No Comments

We all have dreams, or at least goals that we know are probably not going to be totally realized. Its one of the hallmarks for a successful person, that they set goals that others will tell you are impossible to reach. These goals are the driving force behind many of the most exciting [...]

Mike Thinks News “Only Driven on weekends”

Mike Thinks News “Only Driven on weekends”

Monday, April 5, 2010 No Comments

There are few things as harrowing to someone as buying their 1st new car.  Now I know your thinking, wow, thats kind of harsh…after all buying a new car is supposed to be fun Mike, isn’t it?  Well, Im not sure what its supposed to be, but I do know that its full of pitfalls [...]

LifeLock in trouble with 35 states and the FTC

LifeLock in trouble with 35 states and the FTC

Monday, March 15, 2010 No Comments

Do you remember when we did the story a few years ago on LifeLock?  Ya, know the one where the owner who likes to showboat around with his Social Security number on a truck billboard.  All the while claiming how safe he is because that may be his real Social Security number, but he is [...]

The Illusion of Time

The Illusion of Time

Saturday, March 6, 2010 No Comments

Its no secret that time marches on, every day we are reminded about how things change.  Some days these changes are small, while others have magnitude that may cause you to question the very foundation of your day to day beliefs.  Sue time works out well for most of our everyday common place experiences, but [...]

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