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John Sandford is one of my favorite authors, and he never disappoints. Always a challenging, enjoyable read. Virgil Flowers is a great character,
This product works as long as you know how to use it. Otherwise you will get a lot of white powder on your face. If you wear makeup, you can cover it with that. Since I don't wear makeup, I've learned to apply a very little (tip of little finger) in the creases that I'm trying to get to plump.
High quality glasses. But for me, they were slightly big and I didn't notice that the arms were not the same tortoise shell color. The arms were actually a tan / brown. Didn't seem to really "go" and didn't fit my style. Shipping was fast and the quality is high. They just didn't fit my needs.
The unit is awesome!!! Very easy to install with no cutting or anything took me 10 min to put it in!
Excellent reasonably priced DOCSIS 3.0 upgrade for people with older/rented modems and/or want the additional downstream channels. I am actually peaking at 120-125Mbps with my Cox 100Mbps connection here in the San Diego area.
I have been taking this for a month now and really think it's helping me to focus, gives a spurt of extra energy at the gym and warms me up faster & I feel like I perspire more. I really like it and want to continue for at least 2 more months. 40 more lbs to go!!
One would think that backup software named True Image would create an accurate image of your computer disk. But it doesn't. Buried three menu levels deep is a list of files that it excludes by default from even a disk image backup. Some like hiberfil.sys can generally be ignored without problem, but also included is the Chrome/User directory. So no Chrome cookies or user settings are restored. If Acronis is not actually making a true disk image, what else is it hiding from me? Also, I had to type my encryption password four times during a test restore before it was recognized. Maybe I mis-typed it the first time, but not twice after that. Having done more than a few restores from backup in the past 35 years, I have to have absolute trust in the backup software I use. Acronis falls far short of earning that trust.