Gold Coast Computers

Gold Coast Computers
Gold Coast Computers
Computer Repair-GOLD COAST MC, QLD
Computer Repair-Gold Coast Mc, QLD
THE REAL RAIN MAN 8.30pm, ABC1: Kim Peek, the subject of this doco, was portrayed (as Raymond Babbitt), in the 1988 film Rain Man, which won Oscars for best film, best actor, best director a..
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THE REAL RAIN MAN 8.30pm, ABC1: Kim Peek, the subject of this doco, was portrayed (as Raymond Babbitt), in the 1988 film Rain Man, which won Oscars for best film, best actor, best director and best original screenplay. Raymond (Dustin Hoffman) was languishing in a home for distressed gentlefolk before his abduction by his venal brother, Charlie (Tom Cruise). Functional to a degree, but locked in a band of autism that has been labelled idiot savant, Raymond''s ability to recall astounding facts and statistics in minute detail suggested the worth of knowledge is only realised when it is utilised. What, do you suppose, would Raymond make of Qantas''s reputation for safety 20 years later? Individuals whose brains can focus acutely on singular areas of information are of immense interest to scientists trying to work out the capabilities of the human mind and this doco suggests that those weirdos who appear on The Einstein Factor regurgitating arcane data about Noddy or intense trivia involving the back catalogue of AC/DC whatever possess synaptic pathways that remain, for the rest of us, undeveloped. Omnivalence isn''t necessarily knowledge nor is data wisdom. Appreciating the value of what little you do know is probably better than knowing, as Oscar Wilde reminded us, the price of everything and the value of nothing. ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A FIFTH GRADER? 7.30pm, 10: Rove McManus, who isn''t a complete dill but acts it sometimes, attempts to find out how little some people know. In too many cases, it''s depressingly little. Unfortunately, watching this program will do little to advance either the sum of human knowledge or the intellectual capital of the nation. Those seeking deeper enlightenment and a richer understanding of human potential will know where to turn for searing relevance Getaway (7.30pm on Nine) which tonight takes entranced viewers to a destination of significant allure as the program''s Country Of The Year is announced. The Country Of The Year? How will that look in tourist brochures a year hence? And who votes for those awards you see on billboards trumpeting Insurance Company of The Year, Travel Agent Of The Year? Is there a huge party and the ceremonial opening of envelopes by comedians in tuxedoes and starlets in gownless evening straps? Why weren''t we invited? THE STRIP 8.30pm, 9: Parents experiencing the anxiety that builds with every week drawing us closer to the ritual excesses of schoolies week on the Gold Coast, will be enormously regaled by tonight''s instalment as local pleece Jack Cross and Frankie Tulley, under the command of Detective Inspector Frankie J. Holden, look into a homicide involving a girl who won''t be going back to school. Captain Jack didn''t get her but someone else did and the officers trace the teenager''s last hours aboard a local cruise boat in their efforts to find out who dunnit.
THE REAL RAIN MAN 8.30pm, ABC1: Kim Peek, the subject of this doco, was portrayed (as Raymond Babbitt), in the 1988 film Rain Man, which won Oscars for best film, best actor, best director and best original screenplay. Raymond (Dustin Hoffman) was languishing in a home for distressed gentlefolk before his abduction by his venal brother, Charlie (Tom Cruise). Functional to a degree, but locked in a band of autism that has been labelled idiot savant, Raymond's ability to recall astounding facts and statistics in minute detail suggested the worth of knowledge is only realised when it is utilised. What, do you suppose, would Raymond make of Qantas's reputation for safety 20 years later? Individuals whose brains can focus acutely on singular areas of information are of immense interest to scientists trying to work out the capabilities of the human mind and this doco suggests that those weirdos who appear on The Einstein Factor regurgitating arcane data about Noddy or intense trivia involving the back catalogue of AC/DC - whatever - possess synaptic pathways that remain, for the rest of us, undeveloped. Omnivalence isn't necessarily knowledge nor is data wisdom. Appreciating the value of what little you do know is probably better than knowing, as Oscar Wilde reminded us, "the price of everything and the value of nothing."

ARE YOU SMARTER THAN A FIFTH GRADER? 7.30pm, 10: Rove McManus, who isn't a complete dill but acts it sometimes, attempts to find out how little some people know. In too many cases, it's depressingly little. Unfortunately, watching this program will do little to advance either the sum of human knowledge or the intellectual capital of the nation. Those seeking deeper enlightenment and a richer understanding of human potential will know where to turn for searing relevance - Getaway (7.30pm on Nine) which tonight takes entranced viewers to a destination of significant allure as the program's Country Of The Year is announced. The Country Of The Year? How will that look in tourist brochures a year hence? And who votes for those awards you see on billboards trumpeting Insurance Company of The Year, Travel Agent Of The Year? Is there a huge party and the ceremonial opening of envelopes by comedians in tuxedoes and starlets in gownless evening straps? Why weren't we invited?

THE STRIP 8.30pm, 9: Parents experiencing the anxiety that builds with every week drawing us closer to the ritual excesses of schoolies week on the Gold Coast, will be enormously regaled by tonight's instalment as local pleece Jack Cross and Frankie Tulley, under the command of Detective Inspector Frankie J. Holden, look into a homicide involving a girl who won't be going back to school. Captain Jack didn't get her but someone else did and the officers trace the teenager's last hours aboard a local cruise boat in their efforts to find out who dunnit.
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