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My Dog and I love this brush! He sheds a lot with where we live and his allergies and it was hard to find a brush that could grab the shedding undercoat. Definitely should be used outside as the blade is thin and doesn't collect hair into it. Normally I have to hold my dog down to brush him but the SleekEZ blade itches all the good spots.
Very helpful explanations and exercises....I think that there may be some better ways of visually explaining some important Geometrical/Mathmatical axioms and properties.
I never write these things--they all sound info-mercially to me and I basically believe that 95% of positive reviews are paid. That being said--i love this stuff. I originally got it as a sample from Sephora a little over a year ago and it's really the best product for my skin. I've tried every primer/bb cream/whatever they're calling it now, and for my skin (very sensitive, prone to breakouts, etc). And normally, if I try anything new on my skin, I'll know within half a day if it's a good product for me--my skin will become super oily, I'll break out under the foundation, all the things you'd not want to happen. I actually stopped using all foundation/bb creams until this little sample--I was only using a clinique power that was not helping me do anything other than say mostly matte all day.
Collision 2012 is a fascinating and objective recap of the 2012 election. Balz spends more time on the Republican campaign, since the primaries did take so long, but he summarizes the two years while emphasizing the most important events and developments. In fact, his recount makes the entire primary campaign seem much less tedious and time consuming than I remember it actually being. Balz has no political axe to grind and is even sympathetic at times, not only to Romney and Obama, but to several others, specifically Gingrich, Perry, and Santorum. What was most fascinating, and a bit mindboggling, was the Obama campaign use of technology, demographics and data driven research. Their campaign began much earlier and by the time the actual election period started, the managers' ability to hone in on voters was a fine art (or exquisitely fine tuned technology). It is surprising that the Romney campaign was so far behind and did not even realize until too late just how advanced in number crunching the Democrats were. It is also surprising that Romney, for all his much vaunted managerial and analytical skills, did not have a better run campaign. While he himself made some egregious gaffes, a number of major errors were made at the mid echelon level, including the decision to have Clint Eastwood speak at the convention rather than show a video that demonstated Romney's warm and personable side. The example given by an Obama major manager about receiving only two pertinent and personal contacts from an Obama volunteer who had his name on a list, in contrast to a large number of mailed flyers from the Romney campaign is a dramatic example of how differently the two campaign groups used resources. It is now evident that the Republicans were woefully behind in the use of technology and data driven decision making. As Balz makes clear, the pattern for future elections has been set. Two thoughts arise: 1) Perhaps the Democrats should make use of the same technology and its data base to make sure that future voters are registered, especially in key states and precincts where Republican legislatures are putting into place tougher voting registration requirements. And 2) why can't Jim Messina go to work for the government and maybe get things done?
Miracle supplement! Ha ha, I always think it's funny when I read these kind of reviews, but alas here I am writing one. This stuff is great; I've been using it for two weeks consistently and I have noticed a huge increase in overall energy and stamina. This also helps with overall improved mental clarity and a general feeling of well-being. Also, I've used it externally and acts almost like a cauterizing agent... I've used it to remove skin bumps and it does so beautifully and in no time at all. I noticed very minor detox symptoms the first week, but nothing major. What's best is I wake up feeling bright eyed, refreshed and ready for the day, and I stay feeling this way all the way until the end (note, I have two jobs and a toddler, so having a lot of energy is important for me!)
I have used five other software programs and the very best always is ACT. Easy to use, easy to organize and utilize its perfect system.