American Orthopedic and Sports Medicine | NJ Orthopedic Specialist - New Jersey Sports Medicine specialist offering minimally invasive treatment of athletic injuries to the hip, knee and shoulder. Dr. Steven Stoller treats athletes of all levels.
Country: 220.127.116.11, North America, US
City: -111.6133 Utah, United States
I bought this bike back in late August 2013, had a car accident which led me to be unable to use it for a few months, but I'm getting back to biking and have hit 300 miles total with this back. It's my first good quality bike that I've had since I was 11, and I had a walmart bike which I promptly returned right after ordering this online from Bike Nashbar on a sale (totaled $360 at that time). I'm a programmer and know how to build computers, so I thought why not bikes as well? My purpose was at first for recreational, but then, the aspect of riding occasional simple trails coupled with usual road riding attracted me to have dual sport as my first real bike. Which comes down to features I was looking for, 1) gearing for the major climbs in my city, 2) disk brakes if I was going to ride in the rain, 3) suspension for the occasional trails, 4) not very heavy.
I was looking forward to learning about Dental forensics. There was not much of that in the book. It is really a thriller, with the main character in danger from the beginning. There is also a quite graphic love-making scene which surprised me.
My job allows me to listen to radio / music as long as it doesn't interfere with someone calling me on my walkies talky. This little earpiece is perfect for use in one ear and still able to hear from the other. You cant get your phone far from it or it cuts out, but I carry my phone in my front pocket. I would buy again.
I decided to try this before visiting a Dr. for a persistent case of painful hemorrhoids. I'm was pretty sure that I was going to need surgery or some procedure, and was dreading the doctor's visit. So I bought the Squatty Potty. It took about 2 months, but one day I noticed that the roids had reduced significantly. In about 3 months they were gone completely, and they are still gone at 6 months. Needless to say, this was totally worth it for me.