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We bought this just as a joke gift into use for parties we end up using it at the beach all the time and people always comment on it and yell Wilson when it goes wrong rolling down the beach. Good volleyball Been holding up well so far and a great conversation piece!
Most books I end of getting for class are usually dreadful to read and I can't wait to get rid of them at the end of the semester. This book is an exception, it is really well written, the stories used make it way easier to remember and understand some of the concepts discussed in my operations class and how they are actually are used in real life. I kept this book at the end of the semester and actually ended up giving it to a friend who I thought would find it very applicable to their work.
I must say that I'm not overly impressed with these, I don't get the caffeine kick. But I think I have a pretty high tolerance to caffeine. I feel tired all the time on them. They give me heart burn pretty badly and I have to wait for hours after taking them before I go to the gym others I feel like I'm dying. I'll keep taking them for now and see if things improve
I find John to be entertaining but also quite objective. This book was about Trump. I think he is just as capable and willing to write about Hillary. I wish he would.
I have been following Gina through her blog for a few years. I have always LOVED her recipes. They are light and full of flavor. With a growing family, this book immediately spoke to me. Fast recipes for busy weeknight? Slow cooker recipes so there dinner is on the table when coming home from work? YES! YES! It was a no-brainer that I needed (yes, needed) this cookbook.
I first tried Kaspersky in 2009 - I was fed up with Norton AV. This product is easy to install and configure and unlike NAV, it continues protecting your PC after the expiration date. With my last go-round w/NAV, once you hit the expiration date, the product literally stopped working. It takes a small footprint and is not a system hog. Now, I buy Kaspersky all the time and would recommend it to others.