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I was a big fan of Diablo and Diablo II, as well as the LOD Expansion. It was a lot of fun and replay value was high.
I realize that this product is highly nutritious but I found it yucky to drink. I now mix it with chocolate protein shake so I get double the value. I would buy it again.
For four days the Chromebook was everything I wanted. I took it out everyday. Never had a problem getting connected. Had no trouble using Microsofts's web based Word. I told myself I'd save better than $700 by not buying a Macbook Air. Then Friday at my favorite coffee shop, the screen dimmed. I noticed that the battery was close to 10%. I took it home to charge it completely. The next day I still had a too dark screen. My Chromebook is now on its way to Texas. I'm hoping I'll have better success when it returns. If so, I'll give it 5 stars. If not, I'll reduce it to 1 star and buy that Macbook.
Webroot came highly rated and so far I have not been disappointed. It is unobtrusive and very fast. It even raises flags when you're installing trusted programs that tickle the innards of your computer and makes sure that you know what's going on.
Years ago I used to buy the Seasons of the Witch weekly planner, but one year they had the silly idea not to offer the planner in the book format, only in digital download. That’s when they lost me. I started purchasing Llewellyn’s Witches’ Datebook every year instead.
It was an easy read, but you can only take little from this book. I know a lot of people put a lot of stock in this book and attempt to model organizations after this teaching, so I decided to read it. I was let down quite a bit. Most of the highlights were obvious(i.e. surround yourself with good people, grow a company slowly), and a lot of them I didn't agree with. I felt like most of the time they would have an idea and mold their research findings to support their preconceived notions. As I read the book I kept shaking my head and thinking that their findings could be the result of other factors that weren't touched on. This book was not worth the read. They obviousely had business ideas and principles, then set out to find research that would support it, and discard any that wouldn't support it.