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Price through amazon better than through Intuit, only Costco had a slightly better deal, if you wanted to add a support plan.
Amazon censored my last review of this execrable 'book." You can't blame Amazon: I suppose the would-be Dear Leader mandated this. Censored or not, you don't need Hillary's thick glasses to see this is the worst book ever ghost written for the worst candidate ever to run for President, and the worst human ever to draw a breath for whom no photograph in Nazi uniform is, so far, extant.
bought this software at discount price on the advice of a friend that Norton was bad software and I believed him. All Access is no access as it doesn't work. Tried two times on there wonderful chat line to get the software to work. The first person actually took control of my computer and went through all these steps only to tell me I was going to have to uninstall it and reinstall it. Then step two, I had to use a removal software which I downloaded off the internet. Then I had to download the software and reinstall on my computer. That didn't work so I went back to the chat line and all that tech could tell me was my internet connection was too slow. Well if it was too slow how was I able to download it in the first place? I have never had this problem with Norton. In fact, I one time did have a problem with the internet and Norton sent me a disk free of charge. I am out 60 bucks and I'm done with McAfee.
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.
the only thing that is wrong with this card game, is there is no instructions on how to play the card games. I would like instructions on how to play the card games. Is there any way I canget the instructions?
Using a very minimal, thin, hard plastic case you have to set it just-so for it to connect and charge. Several times I've woken up in the morning to see my phone is almost dead. That's my fault for just putting it down and not checking to make sure the charger lights up to tell me it's connected, but it's still annoying. Even so, I bought a second one for my office.