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I can't say enough about Vincent and this masterpiece of a book. I fell in love with it the first time I read it, and I love it just as much now. The nuance of depth within its text captured my immediate attention, then the sheer talent of good story-telling. I expect a long and successful writing career for Vincent, and I count it a blessing to be one of the first to find this uniquely talented writer in our midst. This is only the beginning. Way to go, Vincent!
I don't usually write reviews, but this product is a good product for the price you're paying. It looks spooky and it doesn't look like it's going to work (with plastic-ish pink look), yet it works really well for my hair. I understand from other reviews you have to have a certain type of hair and I can see why. My hair is fine and thin, and I have very subtle waves so when I blow dry my hair it gets all frizzy. I also don't like the straightening irons because it very much damages the hair and that's not worth it just to get rid of the frizz. This product is VERY easy to use and takes a lot less time to put your hair in a decent shape (I just comb my hair with this for 2 min) I don't usually want perfectly straight hair, I just want less frizz so this product is perfect. But if you wanted to, you can easily straighten it perfectly within 10 mins.
I've been using QuickBooks for over 15 years to run my small business. The software is ok but the company is another story. Intuit adds annoying 'features' at will, making the software almost unusable for the small business customer, and nothing - NOTHING - that customers say will get them to listen to how unusable the change make the software. Case in point: a recent upgrade made it MANDATORY to log into each company file every time it is open, and the password has to be changed every 90 days and has to meet Intuit's formula for a strong password. This log-in is inaccessible to LastPass, my password manager. I really, really, do not like it - but it turns out that some people have multiple company files which they switch between, and tracking the passwords of each is next to impossible. So, of course, visible cheat sheets have to be used, and WOW does that make the software insecure! Intuit's customer forums are full of complaints, but the company turns a deaf ear.