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First and last pair of raybans. For how expensive these are you'd think that they would last a bit longer. I'm very careful with my sunglasses and if they aren't on the face they are in the case. These were way too small and thus quite uncomfortable. Today, after a few months of ownership, the left lens popped out today and shattered on the ground. Yeah I'd say these were authentic ray bans, but they are still crap. I'd replace the borken lens but these frames are too small anyways.
I was thinking about upgrading my copy of PS. Haven't even looked at the CC program and refuse to for the time being. This is crazy for the end user and businesses (like me) that use the program only occasionally. I got a feeling though that the whole software industry will go this route eventually. In this case, it makes sense for Adobe to take the lead because they are in a position to dictate change...they have a product that everybody knows and respects and a huge customer base. So, they can take the risk and lose a bunch of infrequent users, it's an easy revenue stream and is a guarantee to lock the remaining customers in. Makes sense for large organizations and individuals to go this route who use the program a lot but not for the rest of us. For now and out of principle, I am going to use my current version until I can't, then look for alternatives. By then, we all may have no choice but to subscribe :(
I ordered this collapsable pet carrier for my cats. I hate having the bulky, heavy, carriers when I have to carry them to the vet. This carrier is awesome because it completely collapses for storage. It also comes with a pillow to put in the bottom so that my cats stay comfy. I would definitely suggest this!
I am puzzled by the immediate dislike for this album. Is it Bleed American, or even Invented? No, but it's also a far sight better than Damage, and holds up pretty well against other middle-tier Jimmy Eat World albums released in the past fifteen years. Which is to say, it's a solid album with some very high points ("Sure and Certain" sounds like the kind of earworm I'm going to be whistling for the next six months), and a couple of B-sides that I probably won't skip when they come up on shuffle. If you've liked most of their discography, and are worried that this is the spiritual successor to "Damage," you don't need to worry. I'm happy with my eight buck purchase.