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City: -98.3987 Texas, United States

  • James & Whitney - Well made, very stylish case

    Still waiting on my phone, but that doesn't mean I can review the case itself. This thing is great! Just by the looks it is very professional yet so stylish. Anyone can put it on their phone and feel comfortable having it on there. The slider for the back works well as both a kickstand and an area for your cards. I will say, I am unsure how often I will keep important cards in there as they do seem a bit unsafe when in kickstand mode. I lose things constantly and drop things all the time, so this would be my luck with this case. The case itself is a great two tone color, made of great materials and seems like quite the sturdy case. I also really like that it wraps to the front of the phone giving an extra bit of protection for the glass screen when it's dropped. Overall, I'd say go for it! This is a really good and really good looking case.

  • bmbmom - This was a special treat for him and he enjoyed it very much

    My 5 y/o grandson saw one of these on a U tube video we were watching. They live in another part of the state and I see them every few months. This was a special treat for him and he enjoyed it very much. However, I only gave it 4 stars because the T Rex didn't fit together easily and broke at the hip joint a couple of hours later. But for the Price, he had a wonderful time.

  • Michelle B. - Just try it.

    Wow! I ruined my nails with acrylics & gel sets for years 15+ this has restored them to the my much of my astonishment. Thick, strong & growing like weeds.

  • Gadget_gurl411 - Adobe CC...not so much

    I downloaded this once to give it go...but I really feel like I was being cheated with the whole rent for life subscription...honestly if your looking at doing photo editing I would giving affinity photo a try if you have Mac it's only 50 bucks.

  • Carlo San Juan - Absolute necessity, but you'll need more than this.

    The books of the First Aid for the USMLE Step 1 series help from the very day you decide to take the USMLE (or medicine, for that matter). It contains need-to-know information about the exam such as what the exam is like, when to register, what your score means, and what to do if you pass or fail. Furthermore, and most importantly, it contains the absolutely "must know" high-yield facts in every subject in Step 1's coverage and fun mnemonics to go along with them. This book also has a review of review books which helps you decide which books are best for you. It also includes a form you can submit mnemonics and suggestions with to improve next year's edition. However, obviously this book is not enough to pass step 1 of the USMLE, but it may give you a very good advantage.

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  • blitz - Lots of problems

    I have been using Access since 1997. I upgraded to Access 2002 ten years ago to use hyperlinks. I got Access 2010 today, used it for two hours, and am returning it. I am using Win 7 Pro. The first problem is that Access 2010 is about three times slower than Access 2002 when operating in Win 7 Pro. The second problem is that it issues a warning every time I click on a hyperlink to a location in my computer, even when I said to trust the link. Among my many hyperlinks, I have a lot of hyperlinks to tif files. I get warnings even for these (whoever heard of a virus in a tif file?). This is a known bug in Access even back to 2002, yet Microsoft still has not fixed it. The workaround for all these warnings is to create a folder with an html file for each tif file, which would be a real bother, and still I would have to click twice. There is a Microsoft site which talks about solving these problems by fooling around with the Registry and writing some stuff in it. Unfortunately, the address in the Registry they want me to go to so I can add the stuff does not exist. The third problem is the "new" features like ribbons and the navigation pane. These are just rearrangements of the old menus.