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I'm a little annoyed with the sarcastic "reviewers" of this book. You all seem to think it's funny that some people would honestly like some expert advice on ways to avoid huge ships. What, you've never been traveling at a very, very slow speed straight toward something really, really big that you could see for miles and miles away, and wished you'd known what steps you could take to avoid crashing into it? Well, all I can say is "congratulations!" What's it like to be so perfect? You haters just keep on enjoying your huge-ship-collision-free little fantasies. I for one am going to buy this book and learn something, because I live in the real world, where huge ships and the dangers they present to people like me are actually a serious issue.
The spreader works great . But the installation on my four wheeler was a bit of a pain not something I couldn't fix. But the engineer should take a look at the design
Nice having it on my iPad. It is faster to search rules than the book and if there is a related rule it has a hyperlink to the related rule.
not so accurate. i took this to pediatric visit and found out there was a difference of 3 degree with rectal temperature.