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Applied this product about 3 weeks ago and it is not holding up in the shower. I let it dry before using but it is still pealing off. I let it dry and haven't used bleach until today in the tub. I'm not sure if it doesn't hold up well to the bleach but quite a bit of it came off and I need to recaulk. I will not use this again as other products have lasted for years.
This was one of the worst BASS collections I've read in awhile, maybe ever. I'm saddened by the lack of cultural diversity in the anthology-all stories were written by white writers- and by the seemingly uniform style of the writing. None of the reviewers here on Amazon seem to have noticed that fact which is highly disturbing! Shame on Richard Russo for not noticing or not caring that he was giving us such a homogeneous set of stories. A few of the stories had distinct local flavor, taking place in Boston, the South, Florida, NYC, etc... and I definitely appreciated the details of those lives and communities. The best stories were "All Boy" by Lori Ostlund, "The Hollow" by James Lasdun, "The Cousins" by Charles Baxter and the stories by Karen Russell, Steve Almond and Wells Tower. In fact, all the other stories were terrible, like waste of time terrible with the exception of Rebecca Makkai's story. Does anyone remember BASS 2003? That collection had some truly remarkable stories by an eclectic group of talented writers. My fingers are crossed that BASS 2011 will put this one to shame.
As always this is an excellent desk calandar. I purchase it every year as I prefer the desk version to easily jot down notes. Lots of information in it!
These are fantastic brushes! I’m not new to the world of brushes, I actually have A LOT of brushes. This set is one of my favorite sets! When you get them, make sure you wash them to get the plastic smell out. Just take the brush and swirl it in some warm water with soap. Do not let water touch where the bristles connect to the brush, you don’t want to ruin them! After rinsing, just lightly squeeze with a towel (don’t twist the bristles!) and then let them air dry. You do want to wash these about once a week if you use them daily, maybe every two weeks. This will keep your brushes clean and bacteria free. It will also help with getting that caked on make up off, so your applications are much nicer!