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Oh man...words cannot express what happened to me after eating these. The Gummi Bear "Cleanse". If you are someone that can tolerate the sugar substitute, enjoy. If you are like the dozens of people that tried my order, RUN!
In 1995, we opened the doors of our small business without a computer for at least the first 3 years. I had to learn everything there was to know about payroll and do all of the paperwork and filing of tax forms by hand. Hours of my time were spent filling out forms, digging through payroll check stubs and using the government issued Tax Filing Schedules to determine how much to pay in on tax or how much to deduct. A sea of numbers, questions and tears often kept me awake at night and distracted throughout the day with worry that maybe I hadn't done something right. Perhaps I had forgotten something I should have filed? I needed something to make my life easier and keep payroll current with the ever-changing tax rules! I had heard several people talking about QuickBooks, so I decided to give it a try. I have had no formal training on using the program, but QuickBooks makes it so easy. If I ever need to ask a question, their support team is always available to answer my questions or walk me through whatever I'm working on. I get constant updates on the latest tax tables and changes that might affect my payroll. Tax forms are pre-loaded for easy filing and all of the payroll information is pulled effortlessly from my figures to the appropriate forms. No more worrying with QuickBooks. I've been a QuickBooks user for the past 10 years and don't know what I would do without this powerful tool. If I can do it, you can, too!
As I have begun to learn, hiking around the coast can be adventurous, but at the same time it has quite the level of danger if you don't bring along the right equipment. That is where this trekking pole comes in. I have been looking to stock up my gear bag for quite some time, I noticed I was missing one, so when I was offered this pole in exchange for my honest opinion, I accepted. Let me start off by saying this is a great pole. It folds up under 2' small, so its easy to tuck in a bag or carry along, and extends to over 4 1/2' full length, so anyone can use it. The handle fits nicely in my hand, which is hard to do since I have massive picker uppers, and the wrist strap is so comfortable you forget it's even there. The pole does feel a little weak at first, but after tightening the movable joints an extra turn removed that problem immediately. The tip is a nice comfort grip, that clings to sidewalk and asphalt with ease, and even comes with an attachment tip for slippery terrain, making this a year round pole.
I want change my rating of Gorilla Glue because of my ignorance for not understanding the use of this product. It's not what I expected, it seems to never really dry until it expands and bubbles up the next day. Please don't over use because it's expands all over the place. Looks like dried Coke bubbles, lol. If you use this product make sure you wear gloves, if it gets on your hands it's takes a while to remove. I use dish washing liquid to get it removed. It took more than just one wash, several washes to remove the stickiness off your fingers or hand. Trust me, am talking from experience.
First, this is a backup that results in a proprietary back file that needs Acronis to access it. If something is wrong with the Acronis install you cannot get to the files you backed up. Secondly, my backup system is to use two external backup drives. I swap them out once a week and store the inactive one off site for safety. When I tried to backup to the second drive the back up froze half way through.
I have a 1994 Hyundai Scoupe that I use for short trips around town and back and forth to work. My old friend sprung a leak from the rear main seal that was DRAINING oil at approximately a quart in 15-20 minutes with the car running. I took it to a garage and they wanted more money to fix it than the car is worth. The first day I used AT-205 and ran the car for an hour and a half the leak stopped. However, the next time I started the car to run it for a another hour or so the leaked returned so it appears that AT-205 was only a short term fix. The bottle says it takes 5 hours to seal a rear main leak so I may run it for another hour or two and see what happens. All in all, it's still worth $10 to try as long as you buy it with the understanding that it is not going to fix a completely damaged or crumbled seal. I may take another reviewers advice and try a second bottle since the leak did stop after the first bottle but later returned.