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I started using this after extreme loss of hair after surgery. I use it along with the conditioner and it does really well. My hair is soft and strong. Noticed less fall out and breakage. After shampoo hair does feel dry and "weird" but once you do the conditioner step it's perfect.
I cannot believe this game is more fun that battlefield 4, but it is. I was not impressed by the beta, but the full game is absolutely amazing. Best FPS by miles.
My wife and I applied Howard Restor-A-Finish to a 76 year old Duncan Phyfe style mahogany veneer table and are pleased with the results. This table had years of accumulated smoke residue, smudges, and other stains which were removed almost completely. We followed the directions including using 0000 steel wool which resulted in a nicely restored finish on the table.
Board room babies is a bit of an insult to readers. It actually sounds like a serious case study of the behavior of CEOs and Senior Managers, but provides little to no analysis on what really drives the behavior of the executive class. The book attempts to make humorous comparisons of executives and babies, but the anecdotes are so frustratingly real that they make me want to strangle my own boss instead laugh at the author's words. What I was really looking for was a case study that shows why we have an under performing, over-privileged class of lame duck leaders and an over performing under-privileged class that serves them only to get berated in performance reviews year after year.
I just purchased MS Office 365 via Amazon download, installed the software and attempted to authenticate. When I entered the product key I got a message that the key was invalid. I called Microsoft and after working through a telephone tree and being transferred a couple of times experienced the "pleasure" of being told that I would have to call Amazon to get a valid key. I explained that I didn't have a telephone number for Amazon, so the contact gave me one. I called that number and got a recording that the number no longer worked, but that I could go online to amazon.com/contacts and receive service there. After going through a number of worthless screens, I opened the "contact us" link, explained my issue, was transferred a couple of times and then had the frustrating experience of speaking with Mary in Amazon Game and Software who was very insistent that I needed to call Microsoft and get a case number in order for them to do anything. I tried explaining to Mary that Microsoft had specifically told me that only Amazon could issue a valid product key since the product had been purchased from them. Mary adamantly refused to listen to reason, nor would she let me finish a sentence without interrupting me. Ultimately I got a more direct number to Microsoft from Mary, worked my way through a telephone tree and spoke with a helpful gentleman at Microsoft who explained that the product key Amazon had given me in my order was unnecessary and that all I needed was to sign in on my Microsoft account. The first few initial attempts resulted in messages that the MS server wasn't working, but I ultimately was able to sign in an make my software work. I've been a Microsoft office user for many years. I appreciate the features of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. I have also been a VERY faithful Amazon customer and have maintained a Prime membership since they first became available. Amazon has always given me good service and on the few occasions in which I have had problems have resolved the issues very effectively. I deeply hope that Mary is not the wave of future Amazon service because if she is I will shop elsewhere.