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  • Sam M - Isn't a study guide supposed to have study material????

    In an attempt to get ahead in college I discovered the CLEP tests and saw this study guide was much cheaper on Amazon. So I thought nothing of buying it to prepare for the tests I planned to take. After patiently waiting for it to come, opening it was quite the let down. It is nothing but sample questions that do nothing to help someone actually prepare for the test. Don't bother buying this, buy an individual book on each test with actual study material. This is NOT a study guide, it is a waste of money.

  • sunny'smom - Another Use

    Actually have not had to use this product for fleas yet this summer, thank goodness. And I'm happy I ordered it early on when the price was much lower. However, because of the unusual dampness here the past few months I have once again begun to have an ant problem. About a decade ago a friend went to Australia and my souvenir was a package of wipes to help rid anyone having a problem with ants. The wipes contained peppermint and clove oil. The wipes worked to eliminate my problem. So, I am presently using the Vet's Best Natural Flea & Tick Home Spray for that purpose and happy to report I am having great success! Maybe it will help others having the same problem with ants.

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    The first part is sharing his experience as an animal doctor and an autopsy doctor and his participation in numerous research and treatment projects around the world, being written with wit and great humor. Still the most valuable is the second part, which is a practical guide in treating both: ailments and serious illnesses with scientific approach and awareness of life processes in your own body. Highly recommended to everyone who is tired of putting one's life into the hands of inexperienced and narrow-minded doctors. This book helped me dramatically in treating on my own my serious health problems fast and without damage, as well as without creating new health problems in the process of this treatment. The second part: Lets Play Doctors is available as a seperate edition and can be used as a reference book on health issues for everyday use.

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    I'm fairly handy, but I almost never take apart electronics. I'm completely intimidated by the idea. However, this was easy enough. It did take about an hour, but it was enjoyable to do.

  • Anthony L. Wallace - Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) Review

    The Halloween season is looking quite bare with little scares coming out but all may not be lost as Universal returns to conjure up evil spirits in ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil‘. When Hasbro and Universal teamed up with their original outing back in 2014 with ‘Ouija’, it turned out to be a terrible bland mess of a movie. Audiences weren’t digging; however, the box-office had something else to say as a $5 million* budget landed them $103 million* globally. With a new director in Mike Flanagan, the studio looks to take the Hasbro property in the right direction and give audiences a truly terrifying experience.

  • Jeffrey Peck - If you're used to a bag with a spine...

    If you're used to a bag with a spine, or rigid partition, so that it stays in position when empty or nearly empty some adjustment to the way you manage your new bag is needed. The bag tends to flop around due to it lack of rigidity.

  • William L Rook - The grandson loved the cards

    The last time I seen them he was looking at each card I figure 600 cards should take him a good amount of time to look at allof them. He was happy so everything is good.