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Visceral and instantaneously engaging would be my two word review. I don't care how historically accurate this game is. Many people I talk to say that they will skip playing this game because of that. If you're being swayed by the statements from the historians, ignore them. You are missing an absolutely entertaining game that far exceeds my high expectations. I knew I would like it, but what I didn't expect was the amount of immersion that the game throws at me. This is especially good with surround sound or a good headset. This goes for both the single player and the multiplayer. This may be a sin, but I always skip the single player campaign and go straight to multiplayer. (I've only played about 10 minutes of the single player campaign, but the way it is presented is like nothing I've seen before.) My first conquest match was on a rocky mountainside with some small villages and tons of green grass. I was blown away by the differences in the terrain and the scenery. Not only that I was impressed by the zeppelin that floated in and sounded it's crazy death horn. That addition to the battle really changed the pace. No matter what I did to hold checkpoint C, no matter how much pink mist I created, I could not stop the zeppelin from putting the smack down on me. There is another map that takes place in a rained out village. My guns were covered in rain and mud! It made me feel like I was there marching through the rubble of a war torn village. Everything feels gritty from the guns, to the sound effects, to the visuals.
Similar to the Juice Plus+ Vineyard Blend I also completely disliked this product. They claim to give you more energy and help with acne issues. Well it did neither...if anything do not substitute it for your vitamins but rather use it in conjunction with them. Preferably though, you're better off not using them at all considering they cost quite a bit for little or no benefit. I still have all three bottles on my desk. I suppose I'll throw them out.
In mid January I found out that I have an 8CM Ovarian Cyst, I was in very bad pain, to the point I couldn't do anything except lay down. My Gyno sent me for MRI and I was already thinking of scheduling a surgery. The pain was unberiable. My doctor told me it may start shrinking after a couple of cycles and may not, she wanted to wait and see. After my MRI and seeing how bad it really was, I did a lot of research myself and came across Serrepepraase. Let me tell you, in 2 days my pain was completely gone. It made me feel like it was working as a pain killer. In 10 days of taking the pills I signed up for a second opinion to a surgeon and while I was waiting for him, I asked to do my Sonogram again. Guess what - my cyst was gone!!!!! I didn't even get my period yet!!! I didn't even have to see a surgeon anymore:)
I have been using the Dorco Razor Blades for about two weeks now and find them to really do a fantastic job. I have been shaving for about 60 years. While in the military for 22 years I had to shave every duty day and razors and blades have improved dramatically. Since retiring from the Air Force about 20 years ago I had no need to shave every day until the boss would not get near me so I would shave every few days but found it was tough with the blades previously used. I bought the Dorco Razor Blades and what a difference. No more pulling hairs, going over the same spot several times. At first shaving the mustache area didn’t work so good until I looked at the Dorco package and noticed that it had a second blade for getting up close and personal. I highly recommend the Dorco Razo blades!
I have bought the J. K. Lasser tax manual for years. It is the most comprehensive manual and easiest to read and understand book on the market. I heartily recommend it to anyone who has questions on tax matters, even to IRS agents who really don't know it all.