www.workskillsweb.net Review:Odyssey House Victoria - Excellence in Training - Odyssey House Victoria offers accredited training in Community Services Alcohol and Other Drugs, Dual Diagnosis
Country: 18.104.22.168, Oceania, AU
City: 144.9544 Victoria, Australia
I bought these in good faith that the company was trustworthy enough to stand by their product. That being said, the initial product was near flawless for the 30-odd bucks. Slightly bulky which felt fine and wasn't noticeable, but not too flimsy or too stiff.
Unfortunately, this game had SO much potential. Seeing the demo videos and trailers... and it coming from the Sim master himself, I figured this game would be tremendous fun.
We live in flea and tick country on ten acres. We live in a place where you don't go into the fields unless you have on boots with your pants tucked into them; otherwise you come back in with ticks. We have eight dogs. This product is the most amazing, easy to use, wonderful flea and tick product ever. So much easier and nicer to use then the liquid products. Does not burn or irritate. I noticed that some people say it doesn't work on long haired dogs, we have long haired dogs, but had the groomer shave around the neck area so the collar would fit properly on the dog. From my reading, I gathered it needs to sit near the skin, not on top of the fur for long-haired dogs. So for short-haired dogs, no problem, with longer-haired dogs, I have found you need to clip around the neck area where the collar sits.
These has a lot of great reviews, but I personally did not like it. It has a nice concept, but unfortunately, the stick does not work as well as I had hoped. It has a sticker on the end to keep the powder from falling out. Once you remove the sticker, you are supposed to stick in your drink and stir and hypothetically the powder should just stir into your drink easily. It doesn't. The water mixing with the powder just makes what is inside the stick clumpy and hard to get out. I had to bang the stick against my glass multiple times trying to get the powder out. I never was able to get it all fully out of the stick.
This well written and authorative book has given me hope in my battle with arthritis. I'm following the recomendations and using the products mentioned in the book and am seeing positive results. Although my hips are probably to far gone to benefit from the program (per discussion in the book), I'm hopeful that I'll be able to protect the rest of my body from arthritis.
This game is novel in the beginning, even fun, but as you progress though the levels it becomes tedious and trivial. You play forever and get nothing except for more grind and crummy gameplay.