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八釐米2
簡介
短暫的意亂情迷卻引來致命殺機! 大衛是個充滿野心的政治家,他的內心世界卻是充滿著污穢及情色的思想,不幸被人偷偷拍下與未婚妻蒂西及模特兒親密鏡頭而被勒索,接踵而來的謀殺與綁票事件,未婚妻蒂西該如何才能解救大衛呢?感想
這部片也是要看到最後面才知道發生什麼事,不過內容跟以前看過的一部片很像,所以覺得沒有什麼創新性。

 

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《小麻煩不擔心》廚房裡的天然急救箱 ~轉載健康資訊
臨時有點不舒服,別急著出門找藥房,也許走進廚房就能幫你忙。【實用PPT】廚房裡 11大超實用急救好物!


 

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June 6, 2006
Two armed men robbed a supermarket taking personnel hostage.Police was alerted and quick at the scene. One suspect leaving the store with a hostage has been arrested, the other one ran inside and was arrested by the special unit of the Federal Police DSU SIE.Copyright pictures : Belga
Under heavy security, Adm. William Fallon, center, commander of U.S. Forces in the Pacific, arrives to the Muslim extremist Abu Sayyaf stronghold of Jolo in southern Philippines Monday, June 5, 2006 to visit American troops who are battling terrorism by treating the sick and helping build roads and schools.The predominantly Muslim island of Jolo, about 940 kilometers (580 miles) south of Manila, is a crucial front in the war against Islamic militancy in Southeast Asia which has served as a stronghold of the small but violent Abu Sayyaf group, which is on a U.S. list of terrorist groups. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
Mediterranean Sea (June 5, 2006) - Marines of the 1st Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team, 5th Platoon, Marine Corps Security Force Europe fast rope from an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter assigned to the Chargers of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Six (HSC-26) onto the flightdeck of the amphibious assault ship USS Saipan. Commander, Amphibious Squadron Eight embarked aboard USS Saipan (LHA 2) is participating in a multi-national combined exercise with North African and European forces during exercise Phoenix Express. The exercise will provide U.S. and allied forces an opportunity to participate in diverse maritime training scenarios helping to increase maritime domain awareness and strengthen emerging and enduring partnerships. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate Airman Patrick W. Mullen III
A Venezuelan marine sniper dressed as a civilian demonstrates for the press as he trains to protect a major seaport on the outskirts of Caracas in La Guaira, Venezuela, Tuesday, June 6, 2006, in ongoing preparations ordered by Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez for a possible U.S. invasion. Chavez says Venezuela's military would likely be outnumbered and out gunned by the powerful U.S. military amid an invasion, so his government is preparing both soldiers and civilians to fight a guerilla-style resistance war. (AP Photo/Leslie Mazoch)
United States manager Bruce Arena boards the team bus under armed security as they leave an open training session in Norderstedt, Germany Tuesday, June 6, 2006. The United States will play against Italy, Ghana, and the Czech Republic in Group E during the 2006 World Cup soccer in Germany. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
The United States team bus prepares to leave under armed security after an open training session in Norderstedt, Germany Tuesday, June 6, 2006. The United States will play against Italy, Ghana, and the Czech Republic in Group E during the 2006 World Cup soccer in Germany. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)
Der Trainer des US-Teams, Bruce Arena, steigt am Dienstag (06.06.2006) hinter schwer bewaffneten Polizeibeamten vom Mobilen Einsatzkommando in den Mannschaftsbus nach dem öffentlichen Training in Hamburg. Die US-Mannschaft bestreitet ihr erstes Spiel bei der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft gegen die Tschechische Republik in Gelsenkirchen. Foto: Kay Nietfeld
Polizeibeamte des Mobilen Einsatzkommandos sichern am Freitagmorgen (02.06.2006) auf dem Hamburger Flughafen den Bus des US-Teams. Mit einer Polizeieskorte wurde die Mannschaft aus den USA in ihr Hauptquatier während der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft gefahren. Die Mannschaft wohnt im Park-Hyatt-Hotel in der Hamburger Innenstadt. Foto: Kay Nietfeld
East Timor's President Xanana Gusmao, center, talks to protesters as he guard by Australian soldier in front of Presidential Palace in Dili, East Timor, Tuesday, June 6, 2006. Some 2,000 protesters calling for the ouster of East Timor's prime minister entered the capital in a convoy of trucks and motorcycles Tuesday, hours after mobs set buildings on fire and looted a warehouse filled with farm supplies. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)
Sri Lankan army explosive experts conduct investigations at the site of the explosion at Walisara, on the outskirts of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, June 6, 2006. Colombo, Sri Lanka. Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels triggered two deadly anti-personnel mines outside Sri Lanka's capital early Tuesday, wounded a bus driver and a conductor, but missed a navy convoy that was their apparent target, the military said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
Soldiers stand guard at the site of the explosion at Walisara, on the outskirts of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Tuesday, June 6, 2006. Suspected Tamil Tiger rebels triggered two deadly anti-personnel mines outside Sri Lanka's capital early Tuesday, wounding a bus driver and a conductor, but missed a navy convoy that was their apparent target, the military said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
Two members of the Special Anti-Terrorism Unit team" SWAT" guard a parking lot of the Department of Foreign affairs during a sesion of the Organization of American States (OAS) on Monday, June 5, 2006, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.(AP Photo/Ramon Espinosa)

 

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May 29th 2006
Australian soldiers deployed on a peacekeeping mission patrol in Dili, East Timor, Monday, May 29, 2006. East Timor's Cabinet was set to hold a crisis meeting Monday as thousands of residents fled the burning capital and rival gangs prowled the streets armed with machetes. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati)
An Australian soldier yells as he stands with colleagues as they attempt to control a large crowd as people queue for rice at a warehouse in Dili, East Timor, Monday, May 29, 2006. Rebels on Monday pledged not to attack East Timor's capital and said they were ready for peace talks to ease the violence ravaging Dili, where witnesses said roaming gangs burned houses in some neighborhoods despite patrols of Australian peacekeepers. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
An Australian soldier pulls a man from a crowd for not following instructions as residents queued for rice at a warehouse in Dili, East Timor, Monday, May 29, 2006. Rebels on Monday pledged not to attack East Timor's capital and said they were ready for peace talks to ease the violence ravaging Dili, where witnesses said roaming gangs burned houses in some neighborhoods despite patrols of Australian peacekeepers. A week of bloodshed has killed at least 27 people, probably more, raising concerns that one of the world's youngest nations is plunging into a civil war, seven years after its traumatic break for independence from Indonesia's iron-fisted rule. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
An Australian soldier pleads with a father carrying his child not to push as they queue for rice at a warehouse in Dili, East Timor, Monday, May 29, 2006. Rebels on Monday pledged not to attack East Timor's capital and said they were ready for peace talks to ease the violence ravaging Dili, where witnesses said roaming gangs burned houses in some neighborhoods despite patrols of Australian peacekeepers. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)

 

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May 24, 2006
South China Sea (May 23, 2006) - A visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team from the Philippine Navy makes its way to the amphibious dock landing ship USS Tortuga (LSD 46) from the corvette Apolinario Mabini (PS 36) to carry out a boarding exercise. The boarding was a part of Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT) 2006, a week long at-sea exercise designed to highlight the value of information sharing and multi-national coordination within a scenario that gives participating navies practical maritime interception training opportunities. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class John L. Beeman
A visit, board, search and seizure (VBSS) team from the Philippine Navy approaches amphibious dock landing ship USS Tortuga (LSD 46) in a rigid hull inflatable boat (RHIB) during a boarding exercise. The boarding is a part of Southeast Asia Cooperation Against Terrorism (SEACAT).
A police officer checks the area with his dog near the altar for Pope Benedict XVI's mass at the Pilsudski squarein Warsaw, Poland, on Wednesday, May 24, 2006. Pope Benedict XVI will celebrate a Holy Mass in the Polish capital on May 26. Poland is preparing for the four-day visit by Benedict starting Thursday to the homeland of his predecessor John Paul II. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
A man take a picture od Israeli Air Force F-15 jets at the Decimomannu military airport in Sardinia, Italy, Wednesday May 24, 2006 on the last day of the joint military exercise "Spring Flag" with Air Forces from Italy, France, Israel, Germany and Great Britain taking part. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Details of Israeli Air Force F-15 jets are seen at the Decimomannu military airport in Sardinia, Italy, Wednesday May 24, 2006 on the last day of the joint military exercise "Spring Flag" with Air Forces from Italy, France, Israel, Germany and Great Britain taking part. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)
Italian Navy "San Marco" Marines prepare to board an HH-3F helicopter at the Decimomannu military airport in Sardinia, Italy, Wednesday May 24, 2006 on the last day of the joint military exercise "Spring Flag" with Air Forces from Italy, France, Israel, Germany and Great Britain taking part. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

 

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May 25, 2006
An Australian soldier takes up a defensive position along Dili's main street Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
An Australian soldier runs to take up a defensive position along Dili's main street Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take up defensive positions along Dili's main street as a truck carrying Timorese children passes by Friday, May 26, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops arrived amidst continuing fighting and increasingly unstable conditions as government troops battle renegade soldiers. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take a break during a patrol in Dili, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Soldiers fired on unarmed police in East Timor's capital, killing nine and wounding 27, as international troops struggled to end fighting threatening to plunge the world's youngest country into a civil war. (AP Photo/Amori Antonio)
An Australian soldier takes up a position as they arrive at Dili airport, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
An Australian soldier on his armored personnel carrier moves past an East Timorese during a patrol in Dili, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
Australian soldiers move past their plane upon arrival in Dili's airport, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Fierce gunbattles raged in East Timor's capital as international troops struggled to end fighting that has threatened to plunge the world's youngest country back into civil war. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)
Djibouti, Africa (May 24, 2006) - A CH-53D Sea Stallion, assigned to the RIronhorsesS of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron Four Six One (HMH-461) deploys a small boat during helocast training for U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen assigned to the 304th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron is based at Valdosta, Ga. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Scott Taylor
Djibouti, Africa (May 24, 2006) - U.S. Air Force Pararescuemen assigned to the 304th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron based at Valdosta, Ga., jump from a CH-53D Sea Stallion, assigned to the RIronhorsesS of Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron Four Six One (HMH-461) during helocast training. U.S. Navy photo by Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Scott Taylor
A soldier stands guard during the funeral of policeman Nakoor Bahdudeen, who was killed Thursday in a claymore mine explosion, in the northeastern town of Kattankudi, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. Two mine blasts killed four police officers and a civilian in troubled northern and eastern parts of Sri Lanka on Thursday, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to try to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, the army said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
A policemen inspects the police vehicle damaged in a claymore mine ambush in Kattankudy, about 225 kilometers (140 miles) east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. A mine blast struck a police vehicle Thursday in eastern Sri Lanka, killing four policemen, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, an army spokesman said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
A Tamil woman mourns over the bodyl of Col. Ramanan, foreground, the Tamil Tiger rebel's No. 2 leader and intelligence chief for eastern Sri Lanka, in the rebel controlled northeastern village of Kannankudha, Sri Lanka, Wednesday, May 24, 2006. Ramanan was killed in a ambush on May 20. A breakaway Tamil group claimed responsibility for the killing of Ramanan, and the military denied involvement, ut the mainstream rebels blamed the government. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
Sri Lankan soldiers search the site a claymore mine ambush in Kattankudy, about 225 kilometers (140 miles) east of Colombo, Sri Lanka, Thursday, May 25, 2006. A mine blast struck a police vehicle Thursday in eastern Sri Lanka, killing four policemen, as Norwegian envoys visited the country to salvage its disintegrating cease-fire, an army spokesman said. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)
An Australian soldier adjusts his glasses after arriving at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers walk off their transport plane as they arrive at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
Australian soldiers take up defensive positions after arriving at Dili's airport Thursday May 25, 2006 in Dili, the capital of East Timor. The Australian troops, who came after being asked by East Timor's government were welcomed by a cheering crowd of about 100 East Timorese. East Timor has become increasingly unstable as government troops battle renegade soldiers.(AP Photo/Ed Wray)
East Timorese youth looks at an Australian ship which just arrived with soldiers in Dili, East Timor, Thrusday, May 25, 2006. East Timor has been plagued by unrest since March when a third of its armed forces were fired after going on strike to protest alleged discrimination in the military. Australia will send 1,300 troops to East Timor immediately because of the worsening fighting between dismissed soldiers and security forces, Prime Minister John Howard said Thursday. (AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)

 

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May 26, 2006
Australian soldiers aboard an armored personnel carrier move down a street to take up a defensive position in Dili.
Australian soldiers aboard an armored personnel carrier move down a street to take up a defensive position in Dili, East Timor, Friday, May 26, 2006. Foreign troops struggled Friday to stave off civil war in East Timor after soldiers gunned down unarmed police in the capital, slaying nine of them, and a frienzied mob torched a house killing all six people inside.(AP Photo/Firdia Lisanwati)

 

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R.I.P...(May 15th, 2006 )
An undated photograph provided by the Letendre family shows U.S. Marine Capt. Brian S. Letendre, 27, of Woodbridge, Va. Letendre, with the 1st Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment, 4th Marine Division in Iraq, died Wednesday, May 3, 2006 in combat operations in the Al Anbar province, military officials said. (AP Photo/Letendre family)
June Letendre, left, mother of fallen Marine Capt. Brian Letendre, and the captain's brother Justin Letendre watch as a procession approaches the family's home in Woodbridge, Va., Friday, May 12, 2006. A hearse containing the body of Brian Letendre was part of the procession which passed through his childhood neighborhood while en route to Mountcastle Funeral Home in Dale City, Va. Letndre was killed on May 3, 2006 while on a combat mission in Iraq. It was his second tour of duty in Iraq. (AP Photo/The Potomac News, Peter Cihelka)
Dillon Letendre, 3, son of fallen Marine Capt. Brian Letendre, 27, salutes as a procession approaches the captain's childhood home in Woodbridge Va., Friday, May 12, 2006. Friends and family gathered in front of the home as a hearse containing Letendre's body was driven through the neighborhood in which he was raised in while in transport to the Mountcastle Funeral Home in Dale City, Va. Letendre was killed while on a combat mission in Iraq on May 3, 2006. It was his second tour of duty in Iraq. (AP Photo/The Potomac News, Peter Cihelka)
Marine Corps Capt. Aron Tevr, right, presents an American flag to Dillon Letendre, second from left, the son of Marine Capt. Brian Scott Letendre, of Woodbridge, Va., who was buried Monday, May 15, 2006 at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va, At left is Letendre's widow Autumn Letendre. The boy at right is unidentified. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)
Marine Corps honor guard carries the casket of Marine Capt. Brian Scott Letendre, of Woodbridge, Va., to its final resting place at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Monday, May 15, 2006. Letendre, assigned to Marine Forces Reserve's Inspector and Instructor Staff, was killed earlier this month in the Anbar province. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)
Autumn Letendre, center, touches the casket of her husband, Marine Capt. Brian S. Letendre, at the end of funeral services at the Cecil D. Hylton Memorial Chapel in Woodbridge, Va., on Monday, May 15, 2006, as Capt. Letendre's parents, June and Milton Letendre, right, comfort one another. Letendre was killed in Iraq on May 3. (AP Photo/Potomac News, Donnie Biggs)

 

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宜蘭晶英酒店住宿記事
位於晶英酒店樓下的新月廣場整點報時鐘位於新月廣場三樓的誠品書店房間裡的舒適觀景沙發此次和好友入住宜蘭新落成的五星級晶英酒店有以下幾點感想:1.因為1-4樓為百貨公司,6-11樓為客房,所以有一種住在百貨公司裡的感覺2.為了區隔逛街人潮與住房房客,不同電梯到達的樓層有別,乘坐客房的電梯要刷卡,非常複雜3.除了住宿供應的早餐外,午晚餐皆可利用百貨公司的主題餐廳與美食街,選擇眾多4.櫃檯服務人員太嫩,我和好友問了十個問題,他們大概有八個問題都是不清楚的(我們沒有要踢館喔!)5.房間很新很大,設備亦佳,免費提供的金棗茶包及明決子茶包很好喝6.空調超冷,棉被和枕頭超軟,電梯裡的精油香味太甜(鄭重澄清:我絕不是個龜毛的人喔!)7.自助式早餐很豐富,包含中式、日式、台式和西式各種類,很容易不知不覺吃太多總之,這是很悠閒很便利的渡假只是在享受之餘看到南部如人間煉獄般的水災報導心中深感不安這世界的確是太不公平了

 

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不吃可惜的宜蘭包心粉圓
位於宜蘭市新月廣場四樓的包心粉圓專賣店看起來很好吃的菜單可口又養生的包心桂棗銀耳小女子不喜歡珍珠奶茶因為這是肥胖之源所以我也不喜歡吃粉圓誰叫它跟珍珠奶茶有關呢但是如果到了宜蘭ㄧ定要吃有名的包心粉圓這次在宜蘭的新月廣場四樓吃了燒仙草及桂棗銀耳裡面的佐料都有QQ的包心粉圓口感特別又好吃還可以放在豆花裡喔據說可是網路票選第一名的人氣伴手禮喔現在想起來還回味無窮呢

 

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