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  • Jennifer - Preferred over City Mini!If you are tall, this is the stroller for you! In the store my husband kicked the city mini across the aisle, but the B-agile had a curved bottom bar so that is not an issue. The stroller organizer is a must, but I wish it came with it instead of costing extra money. We have not had a problem with the buckle like other reviews stated. The basket is really small and does not fit my diaper bag but that does not change my overall opinion. I would buy this again and you can't beat Amazon's price!
  • Sam Vaknin - Maltin's Movie Guides Keep GivingMaltin's Movie Guide requires no booting, minimal "surfing", and no software, or special hardware. It is always on and it is authoritative in the best sense of the word: implying erudition, not bullying. It is updated sufficiently frequently to remain relevant in its field, though, admittedly, a web presence with real-time capsule reviews, peer-reviewed content, and user-generated commentary would have leveraged the Maltin brand to good use. An iPhone/iPad app of the Guide is a step in the right direction, hopefully to be followed by a comparable Android offering.

    In an age of crowdsourcing and mob "wisdom" made available on every mobile device, why invest in a reference book? With dozens of user reviews available on websites such as and for each film ever shot, however obscure - why bother with Maltin's voluminous fine-print doorstopper movie guides? Because Maltin is the Britannica to imdb's Wikipedia: he offers expertise where laymen merely register opinions.

    There are two Maltin movie guides: the veteran and venerated "Leonard Maltin's Movie Guide", annually published since 1996 and a lighter-weight but equally authoritative "Leonard Maltin's Classic Movie Guide" whose second edition covers movies made no later than 1965. The Guides are mutually exclusive: most films would be listed in either book, but not in both. Each volume proffers between 10,000 (the Classics Guide) and 17,000 (the annual tome) capsule reviews of movies and what a marvel these snippets are!

    Each capsule review comes replete with a plethora of information culled from hundreds of sources: date of release, viewing time in minutes, a quality rating assigned by the Guide's editors (more about them later) as well as the MPAA's parental guidance rating, credits of directors and actors involved, a brief synopsis of the plot, and even gossip, cameo appearances, anecdotes, and the social and cultural context of the work - all neatly and articulately folded into a Tweet-like 100 words or less!

    The annual Guide also includes an incisive and insightful essay (in the form of an introduction) about the current state of the cinematic arts and commerce; lists of movies by topic (this year it is the Favorite Films of the New Millennium); mail-order and online sources for home videos (a USA-centric feature, admittedly); a widescreen glossary; and an index of film stars (gone is the index of movie directors, alas!) each with his or her respective oeuvre. The Classic Guide augments these offerings with "25 vintage movies you really shouldn't miss."

    Back to our opening salvo: why not stick with imdb, or rottentomatoes, both of which now aggregate critics' reviews from a wide variety of sources, print and digital?

    When one is faced with a health problem one consults a doctor or two (for a second opinion.) No one I have heard of confers with 10, 70, or 5000 doctors. The element of expertise is crucial. The authors-editors of the two Guides are not merely the world's leading critics (which they are) - but some of them have actually worked in the film industry, bringing to the proverbial table invaluable insights gleaned first-hand. Moreover, the usefulness, indeed indispensability of an informed impartial guide grows in an environment of cacophonic background noise and random "lists".

    But surely cinema - as opposed to medicine - is a matter of taste and opinion rather than facts and figures? Well, yes and no. Filmmaking is a discipline which must be learned and assimilated methodically and in-depth. Many of its aspects are utterly objective. The same applies to film historiography. And when it comes to taste and opinion I would rather rely on Maltin's than on any Joe Schmo with a keyboard and time to kill. Even when I wholeheartedly disagree with Maltin ("Black Swan", "Blade Runner" and that's only on one page of the Guide!), I find myself challenged, enlightened, provoked, and informed by the collective intelligence and unfathomable knowledge of the crew behind the book.

    No lover of the movies should go without a Maltin Guide (or two.) Sam Vaknin, author of "Malignant Self-love: Narcissism Revisited"
  • John E.D.P. Malin - Superb Historical De-Construction Scholarship for the Popular Audience!Professor Dr. Reza Aslan has given us a superb "plausible" re-enactment of the historical intentions of Jesus [Jeshu'a, Aramaic; Joshu'a, Hebrew] and the Nasorean nascent Christian church. He has correctly identified the accurate meaning of the title, "Son of Man", as used by Jesus and his fellow associates or, later, "apostles" [Greek < Aramaic < Hebrew "one who has been sent"]. Furthermore, he accurately describes the Roman administration of Nero, Vaspasian and Titus, and the craven role of the highly successful, brutal Pontius Pilate. His academic philological details are right-on; obviously he has been advised by first-rate ancient language scholars.

    I am in a position to know of these matters; I am competently trained in Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic. I am an ancient language scholar. Dr. Aslan lives up to the high standards of the Persian race: Truthfulness & Moral Purity! [These are the twin values of the Persian-Iranian people; study their Avesta Literature.] His book should contribute to the multi-dimensional inter-confessional dialogue between the Five Peoples of the Book: Magian [Old & Middle Persian], Jewish, Sabaean, Christian & Moslem!

    His delightful, well-written, literary book deserves a wide audience. It has a great deal to teach the casually ill-informed, as well as the informed.

    John E.D.P. Malin
    Lafayette, Louisiana
  • H. Abernathy - Great InsightI recommend this book to any christian women who thinks she doesn't have any lies that she is believing about the christian life/faith/marriage, etc. You will be surprised at how many lies Satan has used to discourage you and bring you down. Some of these lies are very obvious, but others will hit you like a ton of bricks. I know so many women who have read this book that you could probably find a fellow christian to borrow it from;-)
  • G. Ware Cornell Jr. "anotherlawyer" - This is what Steve Jobs had in mind for iCloudThis speaker is AirPlay-enabled. This will not mean to you if you do not have an iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad. If you do, this small, clear speaker system is a must have.

    But what is AirPlay anyway?. An easy set up allows you to stream your entire iTunes library from your iOS device. If you have iTunes Match this means also that even though your 16GB iPhone could not possibly hold your entire audio collection. iCloud can and does.

    But what good is it to have access to thousands and thousands of songs if you have to physically connect your iPod touch, iPhone, or iPad to the speaker? You do not have to-hence the term AirPlay. It's wireless and controlled, not by another remote you have to find, but by your iOS device.

    I timed the setup-eight minutes for a sixty plus year old lawyer. Even better I did not have to repeat the process. I originally used my iPhone 4S. I expected to have to repeat the process for my iPad 2, but it was already there and ready to go.

    For the audiophiles reading this, I am no expert, but I found the output to be clear and crisp with no discernible distortion.

    On top of all the good news with the Fidelio speakers is a free Fidelio app.Which provides free access to something like seven thousand Internet radio stations, Facebook and Twitter sharing,