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I love these...they are just awesome.... feel very comfortable.... the first pair of cycling shoes I've ever owned...very happy with my decision to purchase these.
My daughter enjoyed some of the fables that she read. As she lives with her mother she has a few times to read. I enjoyed talking with her about "The Fox and the Sour Grapes ". I am glad I bought it and am excited about building up her library.
A lots of great games to choose from and you can select to have talking of players on or off. Easy to install and great value for the money.
Ok guys, let me say what is wrong with this. First off when it first came out you would buy it for $60, then the DCL for expansion one and two would be $40. After that, you would buy the taken king for $60, then rise of iron for another $60. That's $220 Bungie is making from year one players until now. Are you kidding me? It would have been worth to wait until now to buy it.
Honestly I don't understand the high rating. All of these products make my long, thick hair look greasy. Even using a small amount. And yes, they smell great (and strong) but the second I straighten my hair, even just after shampooing, the burnt nutty flowery scent is just TERRIBLE. It stinks up my hair and my bathroom. I haven't used these products in weeks and still every time I use my iron it smells awful.
I have long, fine hair and usually use a conditioner that stays on for 2-3 minutes. I usually use tresseme (any kind) and never have issues with tangling. This conditioner makes my hair feel squeaky and I always have a horrible time trying to comb it after the shower. It does smell amazing, however! But since I'm reluctant to finish up the bottle I can only give it 3 stars. This might work for you, though.
I had an older version of Printmaster and thought that it was time to upgrade. I have a Vista 32 bit operating system. The first time I tried to install it, it took 3 hours but crashed before getting installed. I restarted my system. I tried to install it again, 7 hours later and 90%, it failed. I tried for the 3rd time to restart system and install it and by the next morning, it had successfully installed. Since I just got it installed this morning, I was able to get a birthday card made and printed for a birthday today so I can't really comment on the whole product yet but considering the trouble of getting it installed, I would not recommend it.