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I am soooooooo excited to have gotten the chance to receive and review this product!! I wanted one of these for Christmas last year and they were such a hot item, we never found one and then people were having problems with them being stolen out of their yard. So first let me start by saying this light has a brushed copper like metal and it seems extremely sturdy. It's is pretty heavy too so not something that can easily be broken unless you intentionally try to. The lights are super bright and vivid! I turned it on in the house just to test it and it was like a rock star party for my little girls. I must admit that even my husband is a little giddy over this for Christmas time as we always try to do a pretty big display. This will put the cherry on top of our decor this year and hopefully many more years to come. It comes with a removable stake that screws on and off of the actual light fixture. You can position the light at different angles once it is on the stake. The cord almost every bit of 20 feet and a sturdy cord as well. This is an indoor/outdoor light so it can be used during unfavorable weather and the cord will withstand the elements. As far as the different lighting options, you kind of have to play with the remote to figure it out. Now I set this light outside and used the remote from the inside to test it out and it worked, but it took holding the button for a few seconds to get it to respond to the command I was using on the remote. The green lights alone are pretty spectacular and bright, but the red seem to be spaced out farther and there aren't as many when you just have the red on. The flashing pattern can be slowed or sped up with the remote and gives quite a dancing show on a house. This broadcasts a pretty large range. Our house is about 75 feet long in the front and it covered from one end to the other at the proper distance without really noticing a decline in the light show. Overall, I am glad I bought this product and can't wait to put it out at Christmas! As for the remote and the battery, you will have to find that at your local Radio Shack or other comparable store. It is a smaller barrel battery.
The 2013 budgeting feature has been nerfed. You may only enter monthly amounts now. There is no longer the ability to select a time period for the amount and have it amortize or replicate this amount. Example 1: I want to save an equal amount each month for my annual insurance payment of say $100. I now have to manually calculate $100/12 months and enter this amount vice selecting $100/year for the category. Example 2: I want to budget $200/week for a family of four for groceries. Now, I have to divide this by 7 and multiply it by the number of days in the month. Then, I have to do this for each month separately. Example 3: I want to schedule $150 of quarterly auto maintenance. I have to divide the amount by three then enter it, vice selecting quarterly. One of the key tenets of a budget is to keep the monthly outputs even so that you don't have high and low months. Therefore, most people either amortize their big expenditures as small amounts monthly, or stack their daily/weekly requirements to build the monthly requirement. For a business, this becomes even more important. This is quite a step backward, as a spreadsheet is now more capable than the budgeting tool, which has been touted as an "improvement." It was bad enough that you "hid" this as the Advanced Budgeting Tool in 2012. (This was where you could place an amount and select from daily/weekly/twice per month/monthly/etc. by category.) I have requested a refund for 2013 solely for this inability. And, I have a feeling I will not be the last to do so.
Very nice product. I wanted just one for my new Raspberry Pi adventure, but I bungled the order and received three units. The image was so good on the R Pi that I used one of the extras to replace my wife's elderly monitor and returned only one. (The refund procedure was painless and quick and I could just drop off the return unit at a local Staples with the full refund credited to my Amazon account the same day.)
I enjoyed this book because it gives you insight to all pagan religions and their origin. It also gives insight on why Washington DC's buildings are built the way they are and especially all the monuments. Further insight to the Free Masons and the similar believe of the Mormon's. Very good read!
I absolutely loved this year's anthology of the "best of" short stories. I had all but given up on this series due to recent uprising of violent, shock-value, experimental and "magic realism" stories. It seemed there was just this trend to be weird and shocking just to get published/noticed. This year is a quieter bunch on some level and although many tend towards depressing or sad, gone is the extreme darkness and violence that plagued many short stories of the last couple of years. These are more about relationships, being different and the fears we have that we may never connect with other human beings. Jennifer Egan did a great job paring down to the final 20 and maybe it was criteria she used that I resonated with, but I thought her choices were interesting, exciting and brought a new spark to possibilities for the contemporary short story. I felt only two stories were mediocre, not memorable, but not horrible either ("The Breeze" by Joshua Ferris - not so much the subject matter and writing which were good, but the ridiculous choppy back/forth "what if" form, it was very done before and took a LOT away from just enjoying a story about a crumbling contemporary relationship; and "Next to Nothing" by Stephen O'Connor, simply because it was hard to believe. It was, however, a right chilling/spooky story). The remainders I would call 5-star. It was a pleasure to see some of the masters of the form, e.g., Charles Baxter, T.C Boyle, Joyce Carol Oates, but also wow, some of the newcomers were awesome ,e.g., Benjamin Nugent ("God"), Mollly McNett ("La Pulchra Nota") and Laura Van Den Berg ("Antarctica"). This book really brought back some great joy in not only reading fiction, but short stories. Highly recommended if you might like to try venturing into short stories, but especially if you already love them.
i received the Premium Stainless Steel Solar Garden Lights at no charge to myself as part of a promotion from the seller who is tring to get is product and brand name out there.