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what I really need to say is that this version of Quicken seems much more STABLE and less buggy than previous versions... I am running 64 bit Windows 7 so I am not sure if this has anything to do with it but I have found the 2010 version of Quicken to be a drastic improvement over the 2009 version which was a totally shameful release of garbage. In other respects, the 2010 version is easier to use and has a much cleaner interface than 2009 and prior versions. In short, this is a worthy upgrade.
Material looks good, and is easy to apply, however it is a poor fit, and was cut improperly. Looks great on my camaro, I am just a little OCD about certain things haha.
One of my favorite hair products I've used. I have medium-thick hair, and this is great for holding tall spikes, messy spikes, faux-hawks, comb-overs or any other way I do my hair (I change my hair a lot).
My friend describes my hair as "Sheep's-a$$-head" and to her point, I do have thick, dry wavy hair that I don't take care of. Once at work, a colleague came into my office and asked me if I had done my hair with "salad spoons?" So you know where I am coming from. Fekkai is a seriously high end brand that I would NEVER consider spending that much money on. I'm the disheveled mess in front of you in line at Costco. Got the picture? So I can honestly give this product an honest review.
Came within days. Absurdly expensive, but did it with my coworkers and we each lost 10 pounds within the week! Cool cleanse and really got me into a schedule as well as better eating habits. However, before you start, make sure you're willing to keep doing it and stay on a strict diet, otherwise you'll gain the weight back quickly (as with all diets like this one).
I always purchase a new commuter series case with every new smartphone I get. I like this series because the screen of the phone is exposed the way I prefer, the case is smooth and not a rubbery material so it slides in and out of pockets or purse with ease. I have dropped phones on concrete and asphalt and have never had a cracked or broken screen. Always keeps the phone looking like the day I put it in the case. It's not bulky like the defender series.