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To me, this is representative of how this world is (or wouid be). I have not read this comic book or any other, so I do not anticipate or have any preconceived notions. To establish contol, to convey power, Negan (and the writers) did what had to happen. The last act when all of the survivors were supporting one another certainly has a larger impact than the visceral violence.
I have worked with AutoCAD since Release 10 in DOS till Release 12 with the Architectural Suite, since I retired some years ago I tried several wanabe programs (wasted money), they do not come close to the real thing.
A few months after buying a house with a septic tank, all of the grass over the tank died, and not even weeds would grow to take its place. This left an unsightly rectangle of bare dirt in the back yard. I did some research online and saw suggestions that an 'unhealthy' septic tank might leach more sewer gases into the soil which could kill the grass. We're two adults with day jobs in a 3 bedroom house, so our septic system is not used as much as it's probably designed for. I can't say for sure whether that sewer gas diagnosis was correct, but within just a few weeks of applying Rid-X, the grass started to grow back in, and with monthly use, by the end of summer it's hard to even spot where the tank is anymore, so I'm more than satisfied
boy did this help me out a lot...thank you, thank you, thank you so much for creating such a great product and such a great price. Christy L.
Awsome backpack for the money.Granddaughter loved the plaid colors and design.Strapes padded and wide. Large area inside of bag for plenty of books and supplies
I pre-ordered Moov NOW when it first became available and seriously anticipated it's release. When I received it, there were a few glitches in getting it to sync with my phone, but I got it to work so I figured no harm, no foul. Unfortunately, there were issues with the receiver not staying in the wristband. I caught it on my desk at work once and again next to me on the couch at home. I started wearing the wristband tighter so there might be less likelihood of the receiver slipping out of the band, but apparently that did not help. Now, less than two weeks after receiving it, the receiver has managed to liberate itself from the band and this time I have no idea where it got to. I really wanted to like this tracker, but if it's so delicate that the receiver doesn't stay inside the wristband when there's any type of movement, it doesn't do me any good. It's supposed to be a convenience, not something that requires constant vigilance to make certain it's still where it's supposed to be.