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they made my subscription continuous, made me go overdraft, my bank charged me $35, they made me pay $115, total of $150. tooooootal rip-off+thieves. i do not recommend, even if they work for some of you...i think honesty is more important than anything else..
Last year we decided to use this on our wooden deck. We followed the directions to a T and loved the result. Snow melted this summer (we did not shovel the deck) and there are chips and peelings everywhere. This stuff is expensive and did not even last a full year. I plan on contacting the company and seeing if anyone has had any success. We are VERY disappointed.
Got them for the lenovo y700 15", easy to install and been working great until now, i really recommend them for heavy work like video editing or 3d rendering!
Actually, I haven't had the chance to use this recently shipped order but I've used Spray & Forget before and it is simply amazing. It takes a few months to show it's effect but it really works.
If you've done any kind of research at all on Nigella Sativa oil (aka black seed oil, black cumin seed oil, onion seed oil, etc.) then you have to have heard about it's curative and health properties. Well I concur. I mix black seed oil with virgin coconut oil and use it on my skin and hair and it's truly miraculous. As nearly prohibitive as the price is, I'd be a fool NOT to cut it but the black seed oil shines right on through the coconut oil. I put some of my mixture on my son's skin with his eczema and chronic itchy skin and it kept his skin moisturized, healed his scratch marks where he'd scratched his skin up in his sleep and left him with a wonderful glow. I use it on my skin and hair as well and I love it. I also consume the oil on sprouted grain bread. The oil has a peppery/citrusy taste and is quite different from any other oil that I've ever tasted but there is no denying that if you care about your health, you must have this oil.
The best yet. I realize others thought the definition of 'travel' was too broad but that was the strength of the collection. Brilliant writing abounds. Guest editor Theroux chose articles that differed greatly in tone and style. Like others, I think "Fifty Shades of Greyhound" deserves a spot in the comedy hall of fame. A.A. Gill's put down of European anti-Americanism is also delicious. Sean Wilsey on Venice is an absolute stunner, ditto Jeffrey Tayler's sojourn in China/Tibet, Alex Shoumatoff on the last "undiscovered" tribes on the Amazon in Brazil and on and on. It is true this collection might better be described as "Best Writing about Places"--but what a journey it is - entertaining, sad, exhilarating, thought provoking, hilarious. Bravo--the best collection yet