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Never got this - just installed it on its own. Looked on my phone and noticed it started downloading and thought WTF? This is some messed up $h!zzl3.
1. The gel burned my gums. This is not the big a deal to me. In fact, I expected it to hurt my gums a bit.
Quickbooks for MAC, up to and including version 2011, takes care of the most basic accounting/bookeeping needs but that's about it. Why doesn't it just have all of the features and functionality of QB Pro for PC??? It's just that simple...let me sort in the reconciliation window by column, let me find an item on the chart of accounts by typing in an account number, sub account number, or part of an account title or sub account title. Just the simple things would be a great start, and some of these were available in QB for MAC 2007! Why aren't they in this version?
One of the best pair of headphones I have ever owned. I love the all black look with tints of green that just pop out. I love that these headphones come with a carrying case. I feel every pair of headphones should. They are very well made and the build quality is great. They have buttons on the actual headphone or you can just use the buttons on your phone for volume or changing songs. The headphones come with extra earbuds depending on the size of your ears. This is great becasue I have weird ears and they fall out so I can just switch them out. The sound quality is the best feature. Very clear sounding and the headphones can get very loud if needed. These are ideal for working out or going for a run. Overall, I am very impressed with these headphones. I received this item at a discounted price in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
We got this toy from the bzzz campaign. I had my 13 year old attempt to assemble it. An hour later, we had to help. We spent a a few minutes getting it back to base and went from there. We were able to complete the assembly in a little under an hour but boy was it interesting. The instructions require more work than the actual assembly. The pictures are accurate so we went with those. Once assembled, the kids are able to program it to do things and to recognize voice commands. They had fun with the questions, and programs they could perform. They played with it for a good while and then it just sat there, lonely. I believe younger kids will have a blast with it, but my kids lost interest. Maybe they will pick it up again...