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  • N. Reynolds - Nutri Bullet 1201

    This is actually the second Nutri Bullet I have purchased. I bought one for me and then turned around and bought another for my son. It is great to use when you want make smaller portions and refrigerate the left-overs. My son is a new daddy and I figured it would come in handy for making baby food. I recommend it over the Magic Bullet which I sold right after using it once. The Nutri Bullet just seems like it is more sturdy and works great. Just make sure you don't fill it past the fill line and you won't have any trouble. Follow the instructions and enjoy the recipe's that come with it!

  • Susan Holland "DalaiMama" - Avery Products Rock!

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE this Avery Binder. You don't even have to read this review or really know anything about it. Trust me & buy the Avery Binder on my word before it's too late.

    I've been looking at binders for years, trying to find the right one for the job. I stepped up my search last week because the binder I owned before this one didn't perform as expected. I was desperate. Praise the Lord for leading me to the Avery Binders!!!!!
    I can't say enough about Avery binders. Until now, no binder took care of my needs. Truth be told, other binders I looked at were too dull, too cheap & came w complicated directions I couldn't follow, probably because I'm a chick. One even came with instructions in Chinese ONLY, making it worse than something I could ever purchase at IKEA! If I can't follow simple instructions in English, how could anyone think I could do so in Chinese.
    In comparison, Avery binders are sturdy, built in China & can be flipped over for a totally different view; It's like having two binders in one! They come in several colors, but no black. That was OK for me because I don't like black & wanted white binder anyway. Amazon has plenty of white Avery Binder's in stock when I bought mine, but I suggest you place your order quickly or you may get stuck w a colored one.

    I was able to order the Extra Durable, Extra Large Avery Binder [ED], which was good because several Amazon buyers commented in their reviews that the standard binder runs small and is not true to size. Note that not everyone can purchase the ED instead of the standard binder. You have to qualify. I did and moved to the top of their list when I told them I was one of the many single moms collectively responsible for all the violence, gangs, guns and unrest in this country. My ED Binder arrived today. It took me a very long time to get through all the excess packaging and fluff protecting it, but when I finally saw my new all white ED Binder, I was speechless and couldn't wait to write this review. Although there are some problems with the company, bottom line is that I was not the least bit disappointed with my new Avery Binder. I wanted a bigger binder--the ED was; I wanted white binder--my new ED was pure white; I wanted a durable binder--the ED is so strong I don't think I'll ever get out again.

    If I'm completely honest, this Binder isn't perfect and there are some CONS, but there are CONS with every binder. The biggest con for most people will be the price-- if you want an ED binder, be prepared to pay for it as the cost is way higher than other binders. I had to borrow money for my Avery binder, which delayed my purchase. BUYER BEWARE, THIS COMPANY DOESN'T LIKE BUYERS WHO HAVE TO BORROW MONEY FOR ANY OF THEIR PRODUCTS.but it didn't really matter WHAT their policies were. It's in the fine print. I missed it, my ten year old could see it. Bottom line again for me was that the other binders suck, and I wanted this ED Avery binder so badly I would have done just about anything to get it and become a member of ED Binder's elite club.

    I called the company to see if I could they'd hold my purchase while I borrow the money. I was first told "no, if you can't afford it, you can't have it." But after being on hold w very bad music for 53 minutes, the Supervisor said they'd make a one time exception to their policy--though she couldn't really tell me what that was--and even though I was an immigrant AND a single mom who's never been married (a double whammy found when they did a credit check) they'd put a short hold on the ED Binder, and allow me to purchase it only because I went to college, I was healthy with no preexisting medical conditions, I had no criminal record, I'm kind to my mother, I never hurt an animal of any kind and I didn't even have so much as a parking ticket issued to me. I was the perfect buyer but for the fact that I'm a single mother. There was an add on to my purchase--I had to agree, at the company's insistence, to let them take a picture of me and my Chinese daughter & a puppy they'll provide, posing w the soon to be President of the company, I guess they're aiming for a certain image, Maybe they're trying to pretend they're something they're not. Maybe they want folks to think that he is my husband & the biological father of my child, Whatever, it makes no sense - I'm white, he's white & my daughter has beautiful brown skin. Regardless, the company's motives don't matter to me. A photo op's a photo op. Everyone knows they're all staged anyway.

    Now that I actually own an ED Avery Binder (2 day delivery w Amazon Prime), I can say it's worth every penny you'll spend on it. I think that only about 1% of all shoppers will be able to afford this product, but who cares about the other 99% as long as I have what I want. I will mention that the customer care reps do NOT care and can NOT relate to people. I called w a few valid questions, however, the rep was rude, cut me off more than once and never really answered my questions, I think, because he does not know the answers himself. Also, he wasn't able to tell me if I'd be taxed and, if so, how much.

    In closing, I'm happy that once they put me in my new ED Avery Binder, I won't be able to get out, because that means there'll be one less single mom out there, f'ing up the country.

    Oh yeah, one last thing, It wasn't important to me, maybe it will be to the buyers who read my review. As I was unwrapping my new Avery ED Binder, I caught a strong whiff of a putrid smell. It was much worse than the smell of any other binder I've looked at over the years. I was hoping the dog farted or the smell was coming from the packaging, not the binder itself. Plastic can release an odd smell in some products. However, when I opened up my new binder, I found that it was full of sh*t. Get this, these guys didn't even charge me for the crap.

    I can attest that Avery ED binders are unbelievable. I would buy another one if I could afford it. Maybe they'll give me a 47% discount for writing this review.

    [I do not work for the Avery company]

  • Chris Vonada - HOW We're Thinking

    I must admit I have a bit of a mancrush on Andy, and this book left me feeling the same as his previous books that I've read. I feel warm inside, energetic and full of optimism. I also feel like I want to travel further down the path on the journey in this life. Andy's book "The Noticer Returns" leaves us much the same as his character Jones does... always wanting more and always wanting to venture onward to finish the story. He gives us enough to provoke thought and then leaves it up to us to finish the story of life. In this case, it's about HOW to think and how to pass that quality on to the most important generation, the next one. I'm continually amazed at how the Holy Spirit works in Andy, and how at times that seems to parallel the journey that I am on. Pretty cool, love this guy and his writing!

  • Kyle Shultz - Started shaky, but rapidly improving

    When I first reviewed this show, I criticized its lack of both character development and a strong connection to the established Marvel Comics universe. Thankfully, as of recent episodes, those issues have begun to fade.

    It finally feels as if Marvel's Agents of SHIELD is beginning to live up to Joss Whedon's vision: to be a fun, engaging drama about "normal" people dealing with the challenges of a world where superheroes are just beginning to emerge. While I've heard the show's numerous references to "The Avengers" described as gimmicky, they do make sense. A huge wormhole opened up in the sky over New York City and coughed up an alien army, for crying out loud. People are going to tend to talk about that a lot. One of the show's best points, by the way, is its global feel. It doesn't make the mistake of having every single paranormal event happen in America. So far, we've visited South America, Sweden, and Hong Kong - and the inclusion of actual footage filmed in some of those places boosts the show's quality immensely.

    The characters started out pretty thin, and the first few episodes following the pilot didn't do much to change that. Fortunately, more recent installments have made a difference in that regard. I'd still like to see Fitz and Simmons get fleshed out a bit more, as they basically function as comic relief at this point (granted, it's very funny comic relief). But Agents Coulson, May, and Ward, along with mysterious hacker Skye, have definitely progressed beyond the cardboard stage. No episode thus far illustrates this better than the fantastic "Girl in the Flower Dress".

    As for Marvel connections, those are slowly but steadily developing. Graviton is waiting in the wings, possibly for a bigger showdown near the finale. A shadowy organization called Centipede may turn out to be something more recognizable later on. And then there's the possibility of the show's main characters having links to the Marvel mythos. As their pasts are all a bit shady, anything's possible. I'm optimistic that we'll see more comic book elements creep in as time goes by. And as far as long-term story arcs in general, there are small, clever teases about Agent Coulson's return from the dead which will most likely culminate in a major, Whedonesque plot twist in the end.

    My advice to the skeptical viewer is to give this show a chance beyond the first few episodes. The pilot is good, episode two is a bit disappointing, but then the pace begins to pick up. By the time the show has told its first season story in full, I don't think any of us will regret having stuck with it through the early period of adjustment.

  • TekLord - So much better then 2 Wolf Moon

    I bought this shirt for my father, who is a large wolf fan. The previous 2 Wolf Moon shirt just wasn't working for him. This shirt , however, definitely did the trick. Not only did it cure his Melanoma, but he regrew his left leg which was blown off in 'Nam. Now he can drive a stick shift for the first time in 40 years. The only issue he has with the shirt is that he can't keep the teen aged girls off of him. All in all, two out of three ain't bad.