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I have encountered a few prep books but this is the first time I encountered an giving students the same message I have for the last ten years. If you are going to follow their plan then it is a great purchase
This desktop charger is a lifesaver given most people these days have several items that need regular daily charging. For myself, that includes a couple phones, couple tablets, Bluetooth earphones, and sometimes a portable USB battery. When you add in additional family members, suddenly USB ports are rare and in demand.
I'm Judging You the Do-Better Manual by Luvvie Ajayi will have you laughing hysterically while reevaluating your life. Never mind her judging you, you'll be judging yourself! #ImJudgingYou #CG #Review #GoodRead I received a free copy of I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Easy to use and I like that it has a covered compartment to store all the attachments. The pressure adjustment is simple to operate and feels like it's doing a great job. Be sure to use over a sink because all that water has to go somewhere! Took me a bit of getting used to dealing with all the water but good now!
GOT IT, SENT IT BACK SAME DAY, went with the Contour HD for 30 bucks more.. best money ever spent on Contour...
This was probably the worst Best American Short Stories collections I have read. While they all the noteworthy critics and reviewers are professional and remain friendly, they don't seem to appreciate this 2011 collection either. Primarily a nonfiction writer, Ms Brooks became an award-winning novelist. Good for her, that's her niche. Not here, though. All of these stories are linear with simple characters, plots and story lines that are easy-to-follow, and in 3rd person with a rather shallow emphasis on diversity in cultures, backgrounds, ethnicities, and in visceral shock value. These 2011 selections underscore Brooks' lack of enthusiasm, of curiousity, and of sophistication toward any of the elements that make a short story a short story. Her analogy on how a good well-told short story should mirror a good, well told joke is not as humoruous as she intended it to be. Uggh! I can only hope that the BASS series editor learns from this mistake of choice and returns to selecting true short fiction writers for its guest editors.