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  • Doctore - I knew nothing...

    Out of all my engineering student friends I was the one people came to if they had an issue with excel or couldn't figure out how to do something. When I found this book in the library I peeked through it and realized. I knew nothing...

  • Donna L. Mikrut - Don't buy it!

    The frozen fruit doesn't go thru very easily at all. There's a funny metal after taste. We've tried it several times and it still tastes weird.

  • J. K. Atherton - Soft Serve Fruit

    It is a simplistic machine which will perform as described. As bananas are the basis of all the recipes, you have to like bananas. That said, it works great!

  • toby - You just can't beat stay and play

    As one of my clients calls it "cement" you spray this on and it's not going anywhere. It's not for the kind of hair you want to run your fingers through (no strong hold hairspray is) but it's got a pleasant smell and it's a salon staple.

  • A. Dalton - H&R Block At Home Deluxe + State Tax Program

    I've used H&R Block's programs for years. Generally, they are priced a little lower than others - but, I've yet to find one instance of any error or failure to take advantage of any legal deductions, etc. It's Interview format is easy to follow - yet it somehow wades through the maze of complex rules for disabilities, catastrophic losses, service members overseas, and so on. I've come to rely on it; It carries all data forward from prior years, minimizing data entry.

  • J. Bitney - Great stroller!

    I am usually not very enthusiastic about the umbroller-type stroller. They always seem cheap and unstable, as well as being all but unusable for the children who cannot yet sit up. This stroll is fantastic!! It has a belly bar, which I really appreciate, as it gives him something to hang onto. He is five months, so I am able to put him into one of the four positions which will allow to see all around him without tipping over or off to one side. It folds easily, opens easily (but not as easy on a carpet as the wheels cannot slide sideways while unfolding), and I love that I can have the canopy in different positions to block the sun. It has a cup-holder for me, and a nice netting underneath the whole affair so that I can take along emergency supplies in case of a diaper blow-out. There is a leg rest for his use now, and later it will fold down and out of his way. The street in our rural area is asphalt but with occasional gravel and a hole or three, but it handles all of it well. There is little to not like about this except for the instructions. I understand that there have to be directions in MANY languages, but the illustrations are not always clear. Be patient, though, for they are logical once you see what they are talking about.