When I click the start button on my Windows XP machine the Firefox icon (from which I can start Firefox) always seems to open Firefox in safe mode. Wonder why. Any idea how to fix this?
I use a shortcut on y desktop to start Firefox in Normal mode. This works just fine. I’d like to be able to start it in normal mode from the Windows XP start button. Any help or pointers will be much appreciated.
Title: The Five People You Meet in Heaven
Author: Mitch Albom
Another example, where I was impressed with one book by an author and almost blindly picked up another by the same author, only to be doubly dissappointed. Albom’s earlier book, (Tuesdays with Morrie)
was extremely well-written and deeply moving. This book attempts to achieve the same objectives but fails to do so in my opinion. The story is about a war veteran who eventually dies in a accident while trying to save the life of a little girl. He then goes to heaven where he meets five people one after the other. The idea is that these five people have in some way influenced the path his life has taken. Meeting these folks is meant to give some kind of closure and meaning to his life. The concept of the book is very interesting but somehow as I progressed through the book, I didn’t find it as engaging and gripping as Tuesdays with Morrie. Nevertheless, its an easy read, one that you can easily wrap up on a flight.
Starring: Amitabh, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra.
One word to describe this film. Awful. Please avoid.
Useless son (Akshay) gets married (Priyanka), doting father (Amitabh) decides to fix son, drives him out, then Dad turns sick doesn’t tell son, heavy melodrama follows (Dad and daughter-in-law wheeled into the hospital at the same time!), and then it ends. Thank God! As always, a few meaningless, yet glamorous songs are thrown in. Amitabh was his usual self (its obvious he’ll do any role as long as you pay him well). Priyanka Chopra is there purely for glamor purposes. Akshay has nothing special to offer either.
In short, this film is complete trash. Thankfully, I slept through parts of it.
I am told that the movie was a big hit in India! Please….