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I have four cats and Advantage had stopped working completely. The house and cats were hopping with fleas. It was horrible. I vacuumed. And flea combed. And used various products in the house short of fogging which is impractical when you have four cats living there. The vet's assistant had suggested these collars as an option. Came to Amazon because the price was much better and I needed multiple collars. Then I saw the reviews where people claimed their cats died and developed horrible skin reactions. That was a bit offputting. I hesitated. But the fleas were very bad and the vet's office--which I trust--had recommended them. I ordered three collars, figuring that I'd put them on my healthiest youngest kitties first (ages 11, 7 and 4--weights 10 to 16 pounds) first. My 14 year old cat (6 pounds) loves to be combed, so I would just comb her. When the collars arrived I, for perhaps the first time in my life, read the package insert that discussed the company's trials of the product. The only notable side effect observed in testing (as I recall it) was some dermatitis. It wasn't a lot of the trial participants but it was observed, and this explains the folks whose cats lost hair. Encouraged by the package insert, I put the collars on the cats. Initially, I was afraid that one of them was getting lethargic. Then I decided he had always been that lethargic and I was just paying more attention because I was afraid I was doing something that might kill my cats. Ultimately, the only effect these collars had was killing fleas. It took a couple of weeks because the fleas had gotten so bad, but they went away. About 99%. And the cool thing is, they also went away on my one cat on which I did not put a collar. Just having three collared flea killing machines wandering the house protects my fourth cat as well. She gets the occasional flea, but it's rare. And while I used to comb her twice a day to get the fleas off now I comb her once a week and find maybe one or two. Which seems pretty unavoidable given that she and two of the other cats go outside. It's been about six months now so the collars are supposed to last another couple of months. Hoping that by December there won't be fleas around to kill and that I can wait until spring for the next round of collars. Great product. Less expensive than Advantage for comparable months of effectiveness. And works like Advantage used to work when it was new.
This paired with goods gym dance workout helped me lose 20 pounds in little over three months last year. Are the controls perfect? No. Does it get the job done? Yes. I found that having my workouts preset for six months helped me to stay on track more. I only feel motivated when using the Wii or watching a DVD, I am horrible at exercising on my own with no guidance. That is why I don't care if it is one hundred percent accurate with my movements, I just need the motivation. My only real complaint is the small Library of exercises, there are very few. The ones that are on there however got me sweating within minutes. Of course, last year I went from almost completely sedentary to active so it was a bit harder at first for me. My parents owned this game so I didn't buy it but I think it is worth it even though I don't think they ever really used it. I was 20 when I started this, it may not be good for people with weak knees and be careful because the side of my chest hurt for like a month after I started. It may just have been bad form however. Good luck!
I love the Wilson prop soccer ball from the movie Cast Away, I relive the scenes from the movie especially when Wilson is floating away at sea to be lost forever, brings a tear to the eye. The prop is true to life from the movie, I have the soccer ball in my home theater room near the Cast Away poster I also purchased from Amazon. The two look great together and is a great conversation piece regarding the movie.
I used the 2004 version of Printmaaster for years until the motherboard on my old system crashed and I had to replace everything. I bought the latest version of PM (because I couldn't find my old v2004 disc) and couldn't believe how the product has been cheapened. The old PM was a useful tool for easy graphic design, and made finishing off complex PhotoShop projects easier than finishing them off in PhotoShop. In the new version, they've somehow managed to both dumb it down and make it more difficult to navigate at the same time. Several functions from the older version are gone, and about 1/3 of the interface is hogged by a too-large (and pointless) menu that's impossible to get rid of. A nice product eight years ago; a piece of junk today.