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Not as advertised.. used, the box in bad shape. This was an intended gift for my 16 year old grandson. Tomorrow is his birthday and I cannot gift him used junk. I will never purchase from this Vendor again!
I bought this bag because it had good reviews. It lives up to it's reputation. The design is exceptional. The construction seems sturdy. There are many well thought out pockets. I've discovered a few design items that serve double duty, such has the shoulder strap D-rings which make good anchoring points for clipping accessories to.
This great product should be in everyone's nail polish inventory! Works like a charm so quickly. Can't live without it!
Tastes disgusting. If you feel like gagging through it go for it. Also 30 day return means you pay for all shipping so $30 to you and $50-60 back to them. I paid $400 and then paid $50 to ship it back to them and I'll have to wait 30 days from when they process it to get only $370 back so I lose $80. It does not taste like milkshakes. It tastes awful especially the chocolate. Even the chocolate Isa delights are nasty. If you like eating crap forever go for it. I'm going to just eat healthier and start walking. No amount of weight is worth this. Sad I was mislead and a losing $80 but lesson learned. 0 stars
A selling point of the Best American anthology series is that a guest editor makes the final selection of pieces from a larger pool that has been winnowed down from all submissions by the permanent series editor. Quite often the selected works do indeed mirror the guest editor's interests, style, genre, and political and world views. Given that, I braced myself to be less-than-thrilled with the 2010 Best American Short Stories volume, since the guest editor is Richard Russo. I did not care for Russo's supposed masterpiece "Empire Falls", and couldn't understand what the Pulitzer judges saw in it when they awarded it the Pulitzer Prize. To me, "Empire Falls" never made any grand observations or statements about the human condition and was nothing more than a chronicle of fairly trivial lives being led by downtrodden inhabitants of a city in decline.
Since i am using the paid version I am constantly being bombarded to spend more on their bells and whistles.