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    I have small leak of about 5-6 drops per week but it was messing up my driveway so I added a quart of this with Valvoline High Miles oil and the leak stop within a couple of days. I had the timing belt replaced which caused a oil and gunk build-up to be removed around the front seal and it started to leak again but about 5 drops per day after driving. I added another quart during an oil changed and it stopped within a week. Those that say engine additives don't work are full of it. Even mechanics recommend this.

  • C. Robinson - The perfect sequel to Atlas Shrugged

    Ayn Rand's The Fountainhead starts with the words, "Howard Roark laughed." Her Atlas Shrugged began with "Who is John Galt?" This, Rand's long lost novel, begins with the auspicious "10097". From this, she quickly moves into her main point: the struggle of evens versus odds, primes versus non-primes, light against darkness, and most importantly A versus non-A. As you read this book, you will find yourself immersed in a realm of pure abstraction, as you witness the struggle of the good (which I suspect are the evens, but maybe I'm wrong) against evil. You will watch the "prime" movers change the course of destiny. If you loved when Howard Roark was on the elevator of his building with Dominique in the Fountainhead; if you loved when John Galt made the sign of the dollar in Atlas Shrugged, then you will love when . . . no, I can't ruin this for you. Bravo Rand.

  • Panthers Fan - Excellent quality

    This bag is the best one I have ever owned. My playing partners have commented that the bag is much better tham the player using it. Would recommend it highly to anyone looking for a top quality product.

  • S. Morgan - Not Worth the Upgrade

    Quite frankly, I didn't want to upgrade to 2013, but the price of 2010 was far too high these days. I don't like the 'updates' made to the user interface for 2013 and the severely limited color scheme options. I don't like that I only had the option for 1PC/1User unless I chose the 365 version that binds me to a yearly subscription. I miss Office 2010.