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I read this book in one day, I had been waiting for it. I knew O was a snake but Juvie should have been paying better attention. I am glad that in the end everyone that was meant to be together was together and things worked out good for Tesh.
Bought this car seat as a back up for my husbands car. It's fine, but not a lot of padding for the comfort of the child. The seat is really hard and he gets fidgety after relatively short trips, which doesn't happen with our Peg Perego Primo Vaggio.
Some music has filtered its way into our consciousness and has recceived so much exposure that we often forget just how good it is. Pink Floyd's "The Wall" is one of these-- after spending most of high school listening to it endlessly and hearing material from it on the radio through college, I found myself burnt out on it. Several years later, having pretty much abandoned commercial radio, I'm listening to "The Wall" today for the first time in at least a couple years.
I drive a 2000 Toyota 4Runner V-6 and have a little over 160K miles on it. Several months ago I noticed a little oil on the garage floor. My mechanic determined that the valve cover gaskets were leaking and quoted me $600 to replace them. I have used Lucas Oil Stop Leak with the last two oil changes and the leaking has stopped. The leak was very minor, so I'm sure the gaskets had hardened with age and the Stop Leak softened them so they would seal. I guess I'll have to have them replaced sooner or later, but for now Lucas has allowed me to defer a $600 repair bill.
Bought as Christmas present and we LOVE this product! I was very hesitant to purchase after reading some of the negative reviews, but its potential finally got me to fork over the $399. It was ABSOLUTELY WORTH it. This is my first review, but felt I should post one as I almost didn't buy because of negative reviews and would have missed out on an amazing little tool that we've found extremely helpful. A little hiccup in setup - it doesn't play nice with a USB hub, prefers to be directly connected to the computer, but other than that, no problems. Yes, it doesn't always put all the info in the exact correct location, but it does learn (lots of Target receipts, gas bills, that kind of thing) and then does put in correctly the next time. No, not perfect, but I'm not sure how it could get all the info input perfectly with so many variables (receipt/bill size, fonts, wording, varying layouts, etc.). So we found it amazing that it did as well as it did. Scanner works perfectly and is very fast! With a little time up front in setting up categories (and trying to be consistent with them) and you have an amazing, at-your-fingertip filing system. We hate filing in our house and so now, after the Neat Desk (which by the way, is a very apt product name), that daunting pile of mail & filing goes first in the Neat Desk and then into the shredder. Love it and so glad I decided to take a chance and buy it; just in the short time we've had it, its worth every penny in the time its saved me!
This is the best deep conditioner i have tried. I actually left it in my hair as a styling product and rinsed it out the next day. Left hair very soft and frizzy free and smells good too.
A fun read. Looking forward to the next one! Secondary characters were flat - but the protagonist was actually very interesting, as was the friend she found in space. Loved that relationship! Both of those characters were well-developed sometimes funny and definitely and fallible. One wonders why all the rest were so uninteresting... they weren't characters at all, but caricatures of the typical "space crew." The love-interest was laughable. It's like the whole book was written and the editor said, "Hey, you need to add a love interest." That character was a blithering idiot, but the writer kept trying to convince the reader that he was somehow brilliant. I know this because Wells kept using the words "he's brilliant." Here's a hint... if you want readers to believe a character is brilliant... have him or her do something that's actually a step above blithering.