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Started using Rid-X, washing machine water started bubbling up in toilet. The septic guy just left and handed me a brochure published by the Florida Health Department and NOAA. It says, "don't waste money on septic additives. The bacteria needed to treat wastewater is naturally present in sewage. Additives can resuspend solids causing your drainfield to clog."
I am self employed and use H&R Block every year (and when it was Tax Cut). Have been for at least 15 or maybe more years after I stopped using TurboTax. These tax software packages have come a long way from the 90's and considering the complexity of the tax code these days, it's a wonder they are as good as they are. I have to deal with home depreciation and equipment depreciation which would be almost impossible for me to do without H&R Block. This year, as in past years, the compilation of my numbers was the most time consuming part. Once that was done, the generating of my return by H&R Black was quick and easy. One day I will trust the importation of my Quicken register tax categories and be done even faster!
Won't import to Turbo Tax correctly, really clunky interface, a complete waste of money, I should just use a spreadsheet.
I began watching this new Amazon series with a sense of anticipation. I was anticipating seeing Billy Bob Thorton do something he hadn't done before. I was excited to see William Hurt perform in a series. I was interested in seeing what Molly Parker, one of the leads in House of Cards, would be bringing to the table, and I have always enjoyed watching Maria Bello (loved her in The Cooler). Other than that, I never turned down the opportunity to see a new show come out of Hollywood, especially when it would be shot just a few neighborhoods away from where I now live.
My 10 year old likes the book but I was really hoping it would be more like the ones I used to read on the 70's/80's where there were endless pages (ok, maybe hundreds) of records. This is more flash than content, but to someone like my son who is not familiar with how things used to be, it's ok.