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    I LOVE this game! I start sweating after like 10 minutes and I always feel it the day after. I have been skeptical about "fitness games" but this one is really good and really works. It raises my heart rate and makes me do everything correctly. I couldn't say anything bad about it because I am hooked on this game!

  • rjj - Align Probiotic

    Have had digestive issues most of my life since turning lactose intolerant in my thirties. Now at age 60 I have been taking Align for about 4 weeks and have noticed a significant improvement in my digestive health. Had tried other probiotics that didn't work. The pill is more expensive but worth it. Don't like the taste of it.

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    This was my first time using Kaspersky Anti-Virus, and I was very pleased. I am running the software on a desktop PC with Windows 7 64-bit. The setup was very simple and trouble-free. Thus far, I have found it uses less memory than other security programs I have used in the past (like Norton and AVG) and it is essentially invisible in the background, only prompting me for action when absolutely necessary. I would definitely recommend this for anyone looking for efficient up-to-date antivirus software.

  • Amazon Customer "ztaspears" - refreshing retreat

    A friend at work had raved about this book and lent it to me to read. I must say that I was skeptical at first, but after reading it I realized that it was everything she said it was and more. The story is about an Episcopal preacher, Father Tim, and other residents in Mitford, a fictional small town in North Carolina. Having gone to college in a small North Carolina town, this book was like coming home again. The characters are so well-developed, I felt as if I knew them personally. Father Tim is a sixty-year-old preacher who has never been married. He is befriended by Barnabus, a dog "as big as a sofa" who comes out of nowhere and jumps up on Father Tim knocking him down. The only way to control the dog is to quote scripture.
    Later in the book, he also takes in an 11-year-old boy, Dooley. The boy's grandfather has become sick and is very poor. The boy has been living with the grandfather because his mother is a drunk who can't raise the child. Dooley is a likelable character, but one who gives Father Tim a test in patience.
    Cynthia moves in next door. She is an author from New York who writes children's books about her cat, Violet. Soon Father Tim and Cynthia realize that they have deeper feelings for each other, although they don't want to admit it.
    This book really gives a feel for living in a small southern town. Karon has evoked a sympathy for the characters that makes you want to keep reading and finding out more about them. I can't wait to read the next book, Light in the Window, and see what happens with Father Tim and Cynthia!

  • Norman F Workman - Braden takes all of the hocus pocus out of the Mayan doomsday scenario...

    Simply put, it's just the end of a naturally occuring galactic cycle and the beginning of a new one. Braden is essentially a "Big Data" analyst who has studied a number of ancient societies and dovetailed their observations with those made by current day astronomers. I found it especially interesting that his analysis fit perfectly with a segment I'd watched on the Science Channel reviewing our solar system's 5,200 year oscillation within the center of the Milky Way galaxy. Most importantly, he explains it in terms that the lay person can easily understand.