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  • Tom Russell - The bad news is the link eventually comes back

    Having almost abandoned my hot tub because of leak I couldn't get to, I tried Fix A Leak as a last resort. And all I can say is.... it works! I use a whole bottle and it stops the leak in 15 minutes. You have to take filters out.....and then drain after leak stops. Let it sit empty for a few days and then clean out residue before refilling.

  • Rockwing - My skin looks and feels so much better. Soft skin and moisturizing!!

    After reading this quote online "Hyaluronic acid is a natural element of skin, present throughout the human body. The magic of this ingredient lies in its ability to retain moisture, a lot of moisture—in fact, one gram (.03 ounces) of hyaluronic acid is able to hold up to six liters (1 quart) of water! Now that really is mind-blowing.

  • Jasper T. - Don't buy the hype. It's a 50/50 chance that's ALL you'll get for your money!

    Frankly, all the 5 star ratings for this oven are very perplexing. Many of them appear to be one-review shills, and my honest suggestion to anyone reading the reviews on the Nuwave is to take a quick look at the "See All My Reviews" button. If the reviewer has only one or a couple of reviews total, and they are all written about the same time, treat that review with great skepticism.

  • Durough - Misnomer

    Unless "simplify" means "do more," Bill Hybels' latest book, Simplify: Ten Practices to Unclutter Your Soul, is misnamed. A pertinent title may be Organize Your Life. This is a book for those in middle- to upper-class America who have the freedom, time, energy, and resources to take advantage of all reorganization and life-additions encouraged by Hybels. Much of what Hybels has to offer is anecdotal and does not necessarily follow any principles taken from Scripture (some do, some don't). The main purpose I have concluded is to be taken from the book is to encourage the reader to be organized, follow your dreams, and be happy...with God. God is mentioned a lot, but relying on Him is more of an afterthought in this holistic approach to life, focusing more on happiness for the self and disregarding contentment in God. This is not to say that it's all selfish--there are plenty of sections that pull straight from Scripture in their proper context--but it's really more about being happy and busy with what one enjoys (being uncluttered?) rather than simplifying one's (spiritual) life.