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  • Kent Luong - hmm, i'm impressed w/ this card

    previously owned a msi radeon hd 7850 and i can say that this was a good upgrade for me since i was on a budget of $500 (built a whole new comp). temps on this card range from 40-70 (idle to max load) playing nfs 2016 or gta v.

  • Allison Freeman - Loved it!

    Love it, it's perfect! Gonna be great for future references. Amazing quality and great information. I don't regret purchasing it.

  • james w hobbs iii - Excellent documentary!

    if you have ever wondered why Obama made certain decisions, this movie will explain why. And, if you have ever wonderd who's side Obama is fighting for this movie will explain and justify your concerns. Excellent documentary!!!

  • Antoinette Nerys - Waste of money

    Waste of money. Does not work. Bought this and a urine test and after following instructions, came up positive for THC.

  • chick3ndude - The construction and quality of the body is good but the cold & hot temperature of the liquid ...

    Just received it today on sale for $12 and this is my HONEST review. The construction and quality of the body is good but the cold & hot temperature of the liquid will NOT retain anywhere near 24 hours...I'd say more like 3 hours. I think it has to do with the CHEAP LID which was included for this product. I used two different types of thermometer (food and the laser gun) and the temperatures drops QUICK.

  • John Banja ([email protected]) - Remarkably well written and quite unforgettable

    On the basis of Amazon reviewers, I got a copy of this book from my university's library. After reading it, I've ordered a personal copy. Lansing's a marvelous writer. His prose is elegant, powerfully and wonderfully descriptive, and he knows how to hold the reader as captive as Shackleton's crew on the ice flow. The Amazon reviewers who mildly complained about the book becoming somewhat bogged down about two-thirds through are right--but in no way does that compromise the essence and thrill of this adventure story. I read it wanting to know more about Shackleton's leadship philosophy and strategies, but what I came away with was an unbridled appreciation of the composition and virtues of his crew: how they managed to get along, their infinite patience, and their quiet courage in what must have been--despite all the description--an utterly unimagineable ordeal. It is exceedingly odd and wonderfully paradoxical that Shackleton totally failed in his objective to cross the South Pole--he never got close. But he had this extraordinary adventure. I don't see how a person can be unaffected after reading this book.

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