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It's OK, but with the new smart phones and tablets with maps and other apps I wouldn't buy the program. It's to hard to work
This projector is a terrible buy. The issues with the Keystone are terrible. In order to alleviate the issue, you need to have a book or an additional object on hand to offset the project so that it appears to be the correct size. Also, if you get one section, like the upper portion of the image in focus, count on the lower portion being soft or out of focus. Overall, this is an terrible projector and not worth the money.
This is our favorite! The only diaper cream recommended by our pediatrician. It lives up to its promise of improvement by the next change. Worth every penny.
I saw this on tv when it first came out. I watched the infomercial and then realized that it appeared to be a mobile traction machine . I suffered my 1st lower back injury in 1980 and was put on mobile traction while in the hospital. At that time i realized that would always be a weak spot in my back and i really had to be careful on my job. Fast forward to 1998, i suffered 2 critical lower back injuries over a 7 month span to the same area injured in 1980. Only these were much worse than the first occurance suffered in 1980. I went to the chiropractor that my employer sent me to and all that happened was that my pain became more severe.(this guy was not good at his profession. I went to another chiropractor that i had to pay for out of my own pocket & found some relief) So, when i saw this machine & recognized what it did i ordered it. I had nothing to lose. When it arrived ,i set it up & adjusted the approximate height & had my 1st session on it. At about 6 minutes i could actually feel my spine starting to slightly move apart, just as the mobile traction that i had back in 1980 in the hospital. The next morning when i got up ,it was the first time in years that i woke up without lower back pain. I have used this machine on & off for many years(honestly, i should use it more often). With the location of my lower back injuries, this machine did work for me. Again, it depends where your back injury is.
This DVD surpassed my expectations. It was beautifully produced and will be a keepsake and great memory of an incredible Cavs season.
This is just an incredible value. My son absolutely loves this bat, most of his team mates want to use it during game play. Make sure you get the right weigh and size for your player. Great price on amazon.com
Ladies, EVERYONE ages, even Cindy Crawford. She is mortal like everyone else. Her so called Meaningful Beauty products are no more effective than all the other garbage out there that promises "youth in a bottle." The secret/special melon or whatever it is that is grown ONLY in France is a scam. It's a melon. It does not translate into turning a 40, 50, or 60-something woman into what she looked like at 25. No such product exists short of a full face lift with extras, and even that isn't going to return you to what you looked like decades ago. I personally think Meaningful Beauty (is there another kind, like Un-meaningful Beauty?) is not worth a dime. How do I know? A friend of mine purchased a ton of it, including the skin cleanse. After she used some of it (and some of the other products in the line) with no visible results (and a lighter wallet), she gave me a few unopened products from the line (including the cleanse), and I used them. Guess what? No visible results. Oh sure, my skin temporarily felt a bit smoother but that can be accomplished with any moisturizer and/or skin brightener/cleanse product from your local drugstore. The results are very small and very short-lived. This stuff is hawked by Crawford who allegedly sees some chemist or someone like that in France (where the secret/special melon grows) and it's basically like every other skin care line. You aren't going to look like Crawford after you use it (there is always the vague hope that somehow these products will change our appearance for the better and also maybe some of the celebrity hawking them will rub off on us - LOL), and your skin will be no different than if you went to your local drugstore and bought a couple of these types of products. Don't buy into this stuff. It's like all the other stuff out there. Face the fact that you are aging. Everyone is. Even Crawford. I don't care how good she looks in the commercials; professional make-up and hairstyle and wardrobe does a lot for a person. Any one of any age. Crawford does not look like she did when she was 25. No one does!!!! I remember well her modeling days, her magazine photos, her commercials for other products, etc. She is an attractive lady, I grant you, but no one has a patent on youth. No one but the young that is, and they - like all of us 40 and beyond - are eventually forced to relinquish it. Spend your money on this if you have nothing else to spend it on, but don't expect some major transformation of your appearance. It's like any other product of it's kind.