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Finally got to fire it up this weekend. Add oil, gas, and connect everything and it starts on the first pull! Powerful engine worked well for over 3 hours of washing. Couple of gripes: Holster for spray gun does not hold tightly. Gun can fall out when moving unit around. High pressure hose connection to pump is on the engine exhaust side. So if the hose is pulled from the front, it can contact the exhaust muffler and that's bad. System does vibrate a bit, may be due to 3-point stance (2 wheels and a pad) instead of something more stable. But, it is a quality engine and pump and that's what counts. Fit and finish was also very good.
Had the G700 then the G502 Proteus both are great gaming mouse. Still use them but now the flagship of mice is here and staying on top for years to come light weight, smooth gliding, wired or wireless both work better than expected. Price is a little steep but well worth it.
The Hillary nutcracker is a real conversation starter. The package says good for republicans and democrats alike. It's a hoot in any gathering,
My initial review gave Family Tree Maker 2012 4 stars. But, after using it for 6 weeks, I have to say that the software is too fragile to recommend. The feature set is fine, and if it was actually reliable, I would have no problem. But, the synch between FTM and ancestry.com fails frequently. Sometimes, it simply requires re-trying the synch. Sometimes, you can repair it by deleting the most recent entries that you have changed. But, every few days, I find that I have to completely re-download the entire tree. (They tell you to re-upload from your computer to ancestry.com. You can also re-download from ancestry.com to your computer. Since I do most of my work in the on-line tree, I prefer to re-download.) It is a matter of 30 - 60 minutes to download a 30,000 person tree, so it is very annoying.
It seems to do it's job. Had a nasty fall during a workout and my knees look normal after 10 days versus the usual two or more weeks it takes.
Ok here we go. First off this is my first delve into the xcom series but i have played through it to completion so its time to review. Let me also say that i bought this as a digital download on xbox one but i prefer to do my reviews here. I am no scrub when it comes to strategy games (long time rts player) and have been gunning people down on xbox since the beginning. At first xcom pissed me off, the difficulty level is very high even on lower settings at least in the first half of the game. If you make it past the halfway mark you will likely have an easier time towards the end but until then be ready to do a few restarts. The turn based game play, though not anything new, was a refreshing break from the normal day of fps and rts. The player models (when static) look pretty good and i liked that the characters appearances were randomly generated. Also the world map starting location and seemingly the non essential mission maps were also randomized making no play through the same. The story as a whole is kinda bland and there isn't any prologue to catch up players that didn't play the prior games leaving me feeling lost and without a purpose other than "try not to die". So if all was well at this point i would have given this game 4 stars, but then we get to the bugs. This game is beyond riddled with bugs both on the visuals side and on the game play side. The cut scenes featuring the random generated characters has a frame rate of half or less than the story cut scenes making everything feel very choppy and sometimes i would see incomplete loading of finishing textures making it look terrible. Some of the story cut scenes would have out of sinc sound to what was happening on screen, very annoying. I can get past a hand full of visual bugs but these were literally every few seconds making it kinda unforgivable. There are a few game play bugs like telling a character to move to cover and they get to within one block and just stop out in the open for the turn often getting himself shot. The enemies will sometime get stuck and fall through the map or just disappear, killing them. Objectives not being able to be shot even though you are standing on the objective just because the game thinks you haven't "sighted" it. There are a quite a few more to the point were i could write a book about it. The short of it is that this game had a TON of potential but needed another year or two of bug testing before release. I had the game crash while trying to load a mission 3 times during the campaign, luckily the auto save system works but its still a pain as the loading screens are VERY long. The final nail in the coffin was the final cut scene and up until this point i was at 3 stars for the game... i played the final mission, which is quite long, to arrive at the ending cut scene. The ending cut scene for games is very important, its the culmination of all your efforts being payed off with a completed story and some nice visuals...... Then the ending cut scene played with no sound, ZERO. Dead silence. i was so mad that i threw down my controller and went outside to smoke. I was furious. I still have no idea what the ending was about and i wont bother looking it up. This is the first time that i have seriously contemplated trying to get my money back on a game, games are art and therefore are not guaranteed to please you but they SHOULD AT LEAST BE COMPLETE!!! I payed $60 for 80% of a game when you take all the bugs and issues into account. The person that decided to push this game out the doors in this state has ruined it. Another year or two and you could have been golden! Now this just feels like a money grab.
Needed this for therapy for a pinched nerve. Upper shoulder/arm/cervical spine work out great. Enjoy the leg motion while using the arm movement, I had atrophied severely while recuperating. Serving its purpose excellently. The tension for the arms and legs is sufficient for my regiment, very good, my so, Marine candidate also uses it for strengthening. The cost was more than covered with eliminating therapy sessions (thanks Obamacare for increasing my costs...).