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I followed the instructions carefully, and the install on my new iPhone 7 (Black) went smoothly...no dust, and a couple of small bubbles came out fairly easily.
I have arthritis. Also I'm an artist who needs respite from sore hands and back. I cut up the small pads to put on my hands around the knuckles and get wonderful fast relief. I've tried the creams but forget some is on my hands and rub my eyes or scratch an itch...ouch! So salon pas fit my bill
I do love the variety of containers ESPECIALLY the single serve container/blender. I mean I LOVE that feature of this machine. But the end product doesn't taste good no matter what container it's in. Especially if you blend veggies. Applesauce is good. Kalesauce? Not so much.
I understand that Princeton Review wanted to exhaustively cover all possible test materials for the PCAT, but this book is just way too long and doesn't prepare you enough for the actual PCAT itself. There's no real focus given to what to expect on the test itself, except in the brief "Strategies" sections of the book (which definitely do come in handy). The vast majority of the material, however, is overkill. Also, I was very frustrated by the online materials with this book - they are not updated for the 2012 version of the PCAT (multiple references to using a calculator, and math questions that absolutely require a calculator), and in general they're not user-friendly. Overall, this book is useful for the strategies and test-taking tips, but I wouldn't recommend using it to review the materials for each subsection. There's so much information it will make your head spin. Furthermore, there are typographical errors and misprints in the practice questions/answers all over the place!
I bought this ball thrower after originally purchasing the original iFetch (with much smaller balls). As my dog got bigger, I was afraid the small balls might get caught in her throat so I opted to use regular size tennis balls for throwing. While the unit works fine (it does shoot the ball with quite a bit of force), my dog lost interest over time. She will take the tennis ball and hover over the hole, but refuses to drop it on her own now. She enjoys me getting involved and forcing the ball drop. Once the unit shoots the ball, off she goes after it. Being able to use standard tennis balls really does help, but I wish my dog loved it like I do. It's a hefty price though, so I'm disappointed that I spent so much money and the dog doesn't use it much.
I teach as an adjunct and was very disappointed when my classes were ready to start in January and I hadn't been given new code books. If you have to pay for your own code books, these are priced the best.