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I purchased this product in hopes that it would help me with my weight loss journey. When I opened the bottle, I smelled the product - it was pretty stinky - to me it smells like fish. I did not want to take them because my throat closes up when I am taking something that I can not stand the smell of. I decided that if I took the pills I was going to take out and lay them on the counter for a few minutes, it would help dissipate the smell. It worked for me (and that I did not try to smell it anymore). I have been taking them for the last few weeks. I feel that I have more energy and it seems that I am eating less because I am feeling full after eating about half my plate. This is great. I have lost about 2 pounds using this product so far - I am sure I could lose more if I really started to eat the right foods and not snack at night. I received this product at a free or reduced price for an honest opinion on the product.
I really didn't think I was going to like this coffee because I like my coffee freshly brewed. This one is instant (just add hot water) Boy! Did I chage my mind. This coffee is nutty, creamy and it doesn't make me jittery. Love it!
I give silk'n 3 stars cause it's not as pain free as everyone said 😕 as for the no hair! I'm still waiting... 😞.
This replaced an old one that had developed problems. That took many years of regular, moderate use. Use in both FSX and X-Plane is easy with freely available software.
I have never used QuickBooks for Windows. I have a small one-person consulting practice so my accounting needs are fairly simple and basic. I started using QuickBooks for Mac version 2007 in June of 2008. I imported some account information from Quicken 2005 for Windows. That conversion went flawlessly. About 8 months ago I upgraded from Leopard to Snow Leopard, and from QuickBooks 2007 to QuickBooks 2011. The conversion went flawlessly, except I had to spend about 20 min. redoing my statement template. Other than that I was up and running in no time. I noticed significant improvements in the 2011 version. It was faster, more intuitive, and less clunky. It performed flawlessly until a week ago. I updated to release number 12 and QuickBooks would not relaunch. Every time I tried to launch it crashed. Sent the crash reporter e-mail generated by the program and started a thread in the Intuit user forums - my 1st experience with the forums and my 1st tech support experience with Intuit. After a day or so other users started posting to my thread complaining of the same difficulties. I was very impressed that employees from Intuit also posted in the forum and in other forums daily, offering advice, and letting us know the people at Intuit were working on the problem. This was impressive and highly unusual. I was able to revert to the previous stable release using Time Machine, but kept tabs with my thread as more people, both users and Intuit employees kept posting suggestions and updates. About 4 days later an Intuit employee notified us that the problem had been identified and that we could expect a fix soon. The next day the fix arrived. I installed release number 14 and all is well again. I don't doubt for a minute the Mac version is still inferior to the Windows version, but since I never used the Windows version that has not been a source of irritation for me. Also, I don't doubt for a minute that for many users whose needs are more elaborate and sophisticated than mine, that things like the lack of online bill payment and the apparent inelegance of payroll and other features, are understandably disappointing and frustrating. But again since I use only the very basic features of billing and keeping track of expenses I can't speak to those disappointments. I know QuickBooks for Mac has had a bad rap for many years. But based on improvements from version 2007 to version 2011, and based on my impressive experiences in the Intuit forums following the buggy update, I am beginning to believe that Intuit is now committed to developing and supporting its Mac products. Not only did Intuit fix the problem in short order but it's employees kept users updated in the forum, sent an e-mail when the update was available, and even posted a more detailed explanation for the crash, referencing a known bug in Snow Leopard with a link to the Apple bug reporting site. I was really impressed with how this was handled and thought the company deserves some kudos.
Decent armrest with a nice storage compartment. Easy to install. Not very sturdy when installed, but that has more to do with the plastic shroud that Scion installed between the front seats than with the armrest. You do lose the rear cup holder.
I bought this book as a resource for our Consumer Medical Advocate business. The book is spiral bound and contains a lot of information along with colored pictures. It is quite heavy, but is well worth the cost. It arrived promptly with a couple of pages bent, but other than that, it is in excellent condition.