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I've tried a lot of tattoo after care products and this is definitely one of my favorites. It keeps your tattoo moist and does not have that über sticky feeling like some of the other high end after care products out there. This definitely has a place with me every time I get new ink done.
Out of nowhere, I was having excruciatingly slow internet speed on Comcast. The Comcast tech advised that my Motorola SB 4100 was at the "end of life" and that I should upgrade. Skeptical, I purchased this modem which is a DOCSIS 3.0 (and backwards compatible) modem. It worked. I went from a 2mbps download speed to over 17mbps. What a difference. There was one installation glitch that you need to be aware of. When you hook up the modem (connect the coax cable, connect the ethernet cable, and plug it in, that's it), and then try to get online, it will direct you to a Comcast self-activation screen (no other site is available). After entering my account number and phone number and hitting the "next" button, I got a blank screen, and nothing happens. So I called Comcast and they said that usually happens if you are doing an upgrade; it mostly works only for a new service connection. However, it is a simple matter to give the tech your MAC address and the serial number. After about 5 minutes, while he stayed on the line, it came alive, no problem. BUT, here's the thing: the serial number they need is the CUSTOMER serial number. This is only found on the bottom of the Motorola box the modem came in. This is different from the "S/N" serial number that is on the label that is on the instruction sheet and on the bottom of the modem itself. The customer S/N has letters in it; the regular S/N has only numbers in it and is too long. My first Comcast tech didn't know that and it took a day to sort it out. Other than that, it works well with my iMac and Apple Airport Extreme Base wireless router. Enjoy
Well I would've given it a 5star rating but the handle is a bit hard to crank. I didnt have much on the spout for it to get stuck. But it does do the job. I've done sirloin steak in this thinly cut to use for hamburgers. They turned out awesome. It is a process to clean which I don't like. But I don't really like to clean anyway. It is sturdy for it to be plastic. I was really surprised.
I love this bag! It would be 5 stars, but it's missing a grab handle. It's inconvenient when you're reaching into the back of your car and you can't just grab and go, you have to use the shoulder strap (the strap is adjustable, but I want them both).
I bought this camera because it had the unique ability to be able to record video and take pictures in multiple environments out-of-the-box. However, there are a few caveats one should be aware of. Tachyon themselves acknowledge that this model is NOT ideal for recording audio, as the camera is built into a watertight casing, muffling the mic. The video software is spartan, but I couldn't care less about editing. Long story short, I use this camera for recording video on a modified racing motorcycle (engine and road noise fill the vacuum), and for scuba diving (can't *hear* fish). You can even mount it to a weapon, another plus. Video quality, ability to survive 30+ meters underwater without a case, small size, and price were priorities. I'm a combat veteran, and wanted something straightforward that will do the job reliably without the sparkly frilly tassles of other models, is not too expensive to be expendable (in a motorcycle crash or SCUBA oopsie), and this camera fits the bill. I gave it four stars because of its limitations. Simple on-off button, 2 AAA batteries, and for $80, that's a go. Comes with lens covers, batteries, cables, and mount adapters.
A bargain at just over $200, this cookbook has changed my outlook on life. A real page turner, with mouthwatering recipe after mouthwatering recipe. A woman after my own heart, I cozied up to this gem, written by the Julia Child of Microwave Cookery, one evening while waiting for the Domino's delivery guy to arrive. The doorbell rang, and who should I find staring at me underneath that sexy blue hat, but Sonia herself, in the flesh! Evidently the royalties on this outstanding tome began to dwindle some time around 1990--evidently people don't keep their microwave ovens from the mid-80s, and the demand for this book dropped like a radioactive nuclear warhead sometime around the time that those namby pamby liberals began manufacturing those trendy, non gamma-ray emitting appliances that don't hold a candle to the monster truck sized, testosterone driven manly devices that I proudly display on my trendy formica counter. Sonia tossed the pizza aside, rolled up her sleeves, and we got to work...needless to say it was a night that neither I, nor the rotating plate in my enormous "wave" will soon forget (Sonia insisted that Micro was the last adjective she'd use to describe my gigantic beast). We finished the night off with a cocktail of Haribo sugar free gummy bears (Sonia is a diabetic) heated in the microwave with a generous quart of vodka.
I'm so glad I splurged on the OEM mats. These things fit like a glove and every space of the floor is covered. Mats are very thick with a nice tread.