Grant Bailey

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Html Guide (Quick Study Computer)
Html Guide (Quick Study Computer)
Html Guide (Quick Study Computer) by Inc. BarCharts. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 23 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Learning Python, Second Edition
Learning Python, Second Edition
Learning Python, Second Edition by Mark Lutz and David Ascher. Rated 3.8 out of 5 stars, with 56 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Pro MySQL (The Expert's Voice in Open Source)
Pro MySQL (The Expert's Voice in Open Source)
Pro MySQL (The Expert's Voice in Open Source) by Michael Kruckenberg , Jay Pipes, et al.. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 10 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
Aesop's Fables (Classical Books)
Aesop's Fables (Classical Books)
Aesop's Fables (Classical Books) by Aesop. Rated 2.4 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Sea of Memories
Sea of Memories
Sea of Memories by Fiona Valpy. Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars, with 4918 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
Perfect Passion - Fesselnd: Roman (German Edition)
Perfect Passion - Fesselnd: Roman (German Edition)
Perfect Passion - Fesselnd: Roman (German Edition) by Jessica Clare and Kerstin Fricke. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 27 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
Mean Streak
Mean Streak
Mean Streak by Sandra Brown. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 3746 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
La Giuria (Italian Edition)
La Giuria (Italian Edition)
La Giuria (Italian Edition) by GRISHAM John -. Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars, with 9 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Blue Moon: A Jack Reacher Novel
Blue Moon: A Jack Reacher Novel
Blue Moon: A Jack Reacher Novel by Lee Child. Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars, with 8789 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
CELL Stephen King 1st edition 1st print !
CELL Stephen King 1st edition 1st print !
CELL Stephen King 1st edition 1st print ! by undefined. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Heart-Shaped Box
Heart-Shaped Box
Heart-Shaped Box by Joe Hill, Stephen Lang, et al.. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 2375 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Full Throttle: Stories
Full Throttle: Stories
Full Throttle: Stories by Joe Hill. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 416 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Python in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference
Python in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference
Python in a Nutshell: A Desktop Quick Reference by Alex Martelli, Anna Ravenscroft, et al.. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 22 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'Python programming' category.
Python for Beginners: The Crash Course to Learn Programming Python Faster and Remember it Longer. Includes Exercises for Machine Learning, Data Science Analysis, and Artificial Intelligence
Python for Beginners: The Crash Course to Learn Programming Python Faster and Remember it Longer. Includes Exercises for Machine Learning, Data Science Analysis, and Artificial Intelligence
Python for Beginners: The Crash Course to Learn Programming Python Faster and Remember it Longer. Includes Exercises for Machine Learning, Data Science Analysis, and Artificial Intelligence by Marc Matthes. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 2 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'Python programming' category.
Instant PHP Web Scraping
Instant PHP Web Scraping
Instant PHP Web Scraping by Jacob Ward. Rated 3.2 out of 5 stars, with 9 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'PHP programming' category.
Programming Perl (Nutshell Handbooks)
Programming Perl (Nutshell Handbooks)
Programming Perl (Nutshell Handbooks) by Randal L. Schwartz and Larry Wall. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Shell programming category.
Secret Gardeners: Britain's Creatives Reveal Their Private Sanctuaries
Secret Gardeners: Britain's Creatives Reveal Their Private Sanctuaries
This is a sumptuous volume for the coffee table and a high-quality product. Why then did it leave me feeling so non-plussed? I suppose because it resembles the approach taken in "Through the Key Hole". A peek into the horticultural lives of the rich and famous. in this sense, of course, sodding Chris Evans and Sting have lovely gardens. The latter probably sits outside eating miso soup, shredded vegetable salad with Tahini dressing and practices his tantric sex on the lawn. Perhaps I am doing these various celebs down but how much love, as opposed to money, has gone into these gorgeous gardens? Indeed, compared with the recent volume by Monty Don "Down to Earth" this book is a bit of froth while Monty's is the full cappuccino. One exception is that I really liked Ozzy Osbournes stately pile. Surprisingly good taste abounds and the phone box in the garden is inspirational. Wonder if he knows where the mower is kept?
Think With Full Brain: Strengthen Logical Analysis, Invite Breakthrough Ideas, Level-up Interpersonal Intelligence, and Unleash Your Brain’s Full Potential (Power-Up Your Brain Series Book 5)
Think With Full Brain: Strengthen Logical Analysis, Invite Breakthrough Ideas, Level-up Interpersonal Intelligence, and Unleash Your Brain’s Full Potential (Power-Up Your Brain Series Book 5)
Som Botha has written another solid book on how to think with your brain, and if you haven't read the previous series, I would certainly recommend it. These books are well-researched and the author takes time to explain strategies in sound advice and clear examples.

THINK WITH FULL BRAIN is all about how to harness the full potential of your brain by developing multiple thinking approaches. The book offers a holistic approach to empower you to unleash your left brain’s logical, organized thinking and your right brain’s emotional, and creative thinking preference. This is your guide to avoid thinking in silos and develop a full brain thinking approach to take your decision making and problem-solving skills to the next level.

In think with full brain, you will learn:
+ Practical and effective tips to develop active listening and develop your interpersonal thinking skills.
+ how reading literary non-fiction is the quickest way to become more empathic with others.
+ How the “Revolving Door Test” can give you an entirely different perspective and offer better solutions.
+ Why you miss out logic under the influence of authority and reasonableness.
+ How specific brain exercises can improve your logical thinking.
+ How to ‘chunk down’ big projects to boost your sequential thinking.
+ How Switching from judgment to curiosity broadens your horizon and help you understand people's perspective

A definite good read and gets you thinking out of the box!
— SA.
Everything I learned at $200,000 MBA about Leadership: Hostage negotiators, cyanide in Tylenol pills, needle syringes in Pepsi soda can.
Everything I learned at $200,000 MBA about Leadership: Hostage negotiators, cyanide in Tylenol pills, needle syringes in Pepsi soda can.
Being an engineer with a doctorate degree comes with its blessings and its handicaps. I used to think that MBA is all fluff. I used to think that only the most technically adept must be allowed to lead. This book drastically changed my view for the better. Everything I need to win and be a phenomenal leader is within me. This book showed me how weaponize it and use it with balance and control. And, I am hoping it will do the same for you. In your own way.
Besides, it is such a plus to learn about cultural nuances, global leadership, negotiations, and crisis management with a book that makes every topic so much fun. Truly felt like reading a page turner murder mystery. Heart it. Enthusiastically recommend it!
Introduction to Programming in Java: An Interdisciplinary Approach (2nd Edition)
Introduction to Programming in Java: An Interdisciplinary Approach (2nd Edition)
This book is clearly tailored for somewhat intense Computer Science Undergrad Program's first year course. I say that because it's not exactly the quickest path to learning your first language; it's more focused on big computer science concepts as it is on the Java language itself. If someone is completely new to programming it might be a bit overwhelming to not be given solid practice with a language before talking about complex subjects like recursive implementation of sorting and searching algorithms and their Time Complexity measurements as this book does.

I have my reservations about the currently accepted choice of Java as the first "teaching language" in most universities but here is where the book shines: it does a great job of framing Java within the world of other languages. Lower level features not in Java like pointers are talked about. The book works with a non-standard library called stdlib which emulates C's printf as well as some providing some really nice classes for creating graphical elements, bridging the gap to higher level languages like Javascript and providing the satisfaction of some real feedback. I believe this library is authored at Princeton University, where the book is used.

If you are a self-learner looking to learn your first language I wouldn't really recommend this book unless you're a very fast learner or you supplement it with some real Java language learning and practice. The latter might even be my recommendation if you are using this text book in college and don't already have some programming experience.
FitMiss Delight Protein Powder, Nutritional Shake, Vanilla Chai, 2 Pounds, 39 Servings
FitMiss Delight Protein Powder, Nutritional Shake, Vanilla Chai, 2 Pounds, 39 Servings
This product was not what I was hoping for. I did a ton of research on the best protein powders for women who lift. I know this is a product that advertises as a dietary supplement and can help weight loss, but it was top rated on many websites for being a good protein for women lifting and getting in shape. I ordered the vanilla chai flavor hoping it wouldn't taste like "protein powder" does (super chalky), because most reviews on the chocolate claimed it tasted like that, and I don't like cappuccino in general. The taste was not what I was expecting. It was super sweet and was almost too much to even choke down. I mixed the powder with almond milk and drank it in the morning with some eggs for breakfast. After finally choking it all down, it made me terribly sick. I vomited it all up, and couldn't get the awful taste out of my mouth. I have taken protein before. In high school I would have protein shakes combined with lifting and participating in whatever sport I was in at the time. Protein has never upset my stomach before. This product was highly disappointing, and to add to it I had ordered the preworkout in this same brand (FitMiss Ignite strawberry margarita flavor), and had an ALLERGIC REACTION to that. I will not be purchasing any more of their products and will not recommend it to anyone. I returned the tub that had just one scoop out of it for my money back.
SUNGLIFE 150W Car Power Inverter, DC 12V to 110V AC Converter with 1 Socket Cigarette Lighter Adapter
SUNGLIFE 150W Car Power Inverter, DC 12V to 110V AC Converter with 1 Socket Cigarette Lighter Adapter
I don't usually write long reviews, or write many reviews at all but I wanted to jump on here and give everyone an idea of the quality and features that this device has.
My particular needs may be a bit different than many other users and this solved a problem for me. I travel the US in a decommissioned ambulance that I have converted into my home and along with my dog, we spend our days adventuring and our evenings tucked inside the truck watching a movie, some TV shows, or YouTube videos. These evening conforts are critical for me as a part of my unwinding from the day so I built a robust electrical system with multiple batteries and a large, 3000 watt inverter/charger and a roof top full of solar panels to keep it all recharged.
An issue that has come up, though, is that at times I may fall asleep while my TV and inverter are still running and by the time I wake in the morning I've depleted my batteries to the point where I may be too low to run my coffee maker. This has happened on multiple occasions and I began looking for a solution that would allow me to power just my TV for bed time viewing. I don't need the full 3000 watts of available power that my large inverter supplies just to power my 32" Vizio TV which requires just 50 watts max.
I came to Amazon and selected this Sunglife inverter that advertises 150 watts of power in a small form factor with a simple cigarette lighter style plug. I received the converter and plugged it in to one of the 12v outlets that I had wired into my truck just above the counter and pushed the center located on/off illuminated power button and plugged in my TV. Success! I had a new way to power my television that didn't require a lot of resources from my battery bank. After a night using this converter and not worrying about turning it off before falling off to sleep, I woke with over 90% of available battery power. I run a 12v refrigerator, a 12v cell signal booster, and a 12v heater during the night and having over 90% power remaining tells me that the converter used a negligible amount of power. I would be confident using this in a vehicle where you're using your cranking batteries to power the converter and not be worried about depleting your battery.
Once I saw this performance success I looked further at the converter to check out the additional features. There are 3 USB charging ports where I plugged in my phone and tablet and was pleased to see that there is a quick charge port that provides 3.0 amps and registered as fast charging on my Samsung Galaxy phone. That phone will tell me if I'm charging fast, slow, or very slow and this is determined by 2 things - the power (amps) that is being supplied, and the quality of the USB cable. I only use USB 2 spec cables to ensure that I get the best performance and the quick charge port on this converter performed very well. The 2 additional USB ports are 2.4 amp which is the next speed below quick charge. With a good quality cable I achieved the same charge time even without registering as quick charge. That tells me that the ports are, in fact, providing a full 2.4 amps just as they are labeled. This will allow you to charge 3 items, quickly, at the same time. There is also an additional 12v cigarette lighter style plug added to the face of the converter so you can add another 12v device (air mattress pump, lantern, etc).
Overall I'm pleased and honestly impressed with the performance of this converter and have been using it for 5 weeks without issue. I regularly use it at night for TV viewing and it has allowed me to maintain power reserves enough to make my coffee every morning!
JBL PartyBox 200 Premium High Power Portable Wireless Bluetooth Audio System - Black (Renewed)
JBL PartyBox 200 Premium High Power Portable Wireless Bluetooth Audio System - Black (Renewed)
You only need ONE. This puts out FANTASTIC sound, I've never used the bass boost, you dont NEED it
This arived in NEW condition, not a scratch on it
Perfect for my bluetooth sounds, any song ever made it's there.
CONS on this one is no battery but i use it in garage plug in so no biggie for me
If you want battery order the PB300
For 269 it's a STEAL. You have a 90 day return if you dont like it, but
trust me you WONT be sending it back. Just grab one, and hang on for some great sound!
The Man in the Park (Joe Court Book 6)
The Man in the Park (Joe Court Book 6)
I’ve read every novel in the “Joe Court”:series. As soon as I finish one, I’m already salivating for the next one! Unlike some authors who receive truly impressive accolades, earn weeks & weeks on the New York Times’ best seller list, and great commercial success with their first or second book, only to let their readers down with the next few books, Chris Culver never disappoints his readers. Much like Michael Connelly, he does the hard work of writing and delivers the goods with each succeeding novel. He never just “mails it in,” as I’ve seen with so many authors whose first works, as it turns out, were their best. Based on everything I’ve read so far, I think Chris Culver will continue to write at the same level of excellence established in his first “Joe Court” novel. Thanks, Chris, for providing me with so many hours of enjoyment!
GUND Itty Bitty Boo Plush Stuffed Raccoon, 5"
GUND Itty Bitty Boo Plush Stuffed Raccoon, 5"
I bought this as a gift for my granddaughter, who will be visiting in a few days. I knew it was small when I ordered it, what I did not expect was that it would be so poorly made. It looks like a cheap knock-off of the toy pictured. The fur around the face is short, uneven, and smashed flat. The "teeth" are permanently wrinkled by the seam under the monster eyeball. They do not look like teeth and they never will. The little smile, the way the head is cocked, mine is missing these, too. I didn't expect a masterpiece but this ridiculous.
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
This is a four disc extended version of Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers.

Each movie in the trilogy had a theme. The Fellowship of the Ring was about the costs it would take to destroy the Ring. The Two Towers is about not giving up hope to destroy the Ring. It is also the best of the three releases.

The Two Towers lays out a series of seemingly impossible situations the Fellowship of the Ring now divided into separate groups must face. First, Frodo and Samwise are heading towards Mordor on their own and must allude the forces of Sauron. Second, Pippen and Merry have been kidnapped by Orcs while Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli are chasing after them to try to free them. Finally, Aragorn, Legolas and Gimli come across the Kingdom of Rohan which is about to be attacked by a huge army of Orcs under the command of the sorcerer Saruman. Sauron and Saruman are the Two Towers the Fellowship must face. It seems like so few can’t stand up to so many. It’s the unexpected help of Golem, the return of Gandalf, the leadership of Aragorn, and the discovery of the Ents that will give them the chance to turn the tide.

As the extended version of the film there are several new scenes that were not included in the original. For example Eomer of Rohan fiends Theodred the prince of the kingdom dying at the hands of Orcs under the command of Saruman. That gives background to why Eomer tried to convince the king to defend Rohan from the sorcerer. Some are much more important than others but they do help fill out the story. That also means the film is split between 2 discs.

The other two are filled with extras on things like filming in New Zealand, the artwork, etc.

While not essential if you already have the original film release of Two Towers I did really enjoy the extra scenes and of course the two other discs are for the real fans.
A MacGregor Christmas: A 2-in-1 Collection
A MacGregor Christmas: A 2-in-1 Collection
I found it very hard to follow and I found the print for me was very small! It seems to be a copy of the outlander series!! It seemed to be about the same time frame and I kept comparing it to that series!!
Shiro-i-ame
Shiro-i-ame
突然降ってきた白い雨。雨に打たれた人々は、心に秘めた憎しみや狂気を現わにしていく・・・。
ライトな作家、赤川次郎さんのホラー作品。さくっと読めます。ちょっぴり怖い気分を味わいたいときにどうぞ。
ま、結局、白い雨というのは何だったのかはよく分からないまんまなのですが。そこはつっこまないということで。登場人物は何人も出てきますが、小池芳江がいい味出してます。
The Osterman Weekend (Two-Disc)
The Osterman Weekend (Two-Disc)
Osterman Weekend was Sam Peckinpah's final film, and while it isn't by a long shot his best film, if you are a fan of the director you might as well pick this up for historical reference. It's not truly awful, and has some allusions about the use of the media to achieve corrupt ends, but those expecting much rhyme or reason to the proceedings will be disappointed. The real "story" of this Blu-ray release is the transfer; for those who are unfamiliar with the term "Digital Noise Reduction," or have heard of it but don't really "see" what it means in practice, here you go. You've seen how celebrity and fashion magazines wipe clean all blemishes from faces to make people look like wax figures, and in this film the flesh of the actors is "smoothed" over to similar effect, probably because the film element used had considerable grain. It is so obvious you have to laugh at how fake it looks. In dark scenes especially flesh tones seem to be well off "normal" as well. Edge enhancement is also sometimes obvious, like someone taking a pair of scissors, cutting out something from one picture and pasting it onto another picture. I suppose if you were a film school instructor who needed an example of how not to do digital restoration, this Blu-ray would be "perfect" to demonstrate that. I suppose Anchor Bay could have done what Shout Factory did with their Blu-ray of The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With The Sea, doing nothing to reduce the pretty horrible amount of grain in dark scenes, making them practically unwatchable, but there had to be a some "middle ground" to fix this--or simply finding a decent print to work from.

However, given all of that I suppose that if you really feel you need this film to round out your video collection--and it is Peckinpah after all--and you don't have the now out-of-print special edition DVD which wasn't digitally "enhanced" and actually looks a little better, you don't have a lot of choices. The film isn't very good regardless of how the transfer looks anyways, and only "recommended" for completists.
Dawn: Diary One (California Diaries Book 1)
Dawn: Diary One (California Diaries Book 1)
I don't feel like writing reviews for every single California Diaries book, so I'll just write some stuff here at the first one:
1. Ann M. Martin is TRYING to write a decent young adult book and I give credit for that. Those Baby-Sitters Club books are horrible -- perfect girls with perfect familes in a perfect town leading perfect lives. The California Diaries are better. At least good enough to keep me reading.
2. Dawn should not have been so shocked to see drinking and smoking at that party. Living in urban California, she ought to know that high-schoolers drink and smoke. I am 14, I have been drunk before, I have smoked, I have even used recreational drugs. And I live in rural Ohio.
3. It would help if she actually mentioned sex. Yes, thirteen-year-old girls have sex! I am 14 and still a virgin, but if my boyfriend and I had so chosen we could be lovers now. We decided to wait. But I bet Sunny has lost her virginity by now, with all those boyfriends. And probably Ducky too -- many sixteen-year-old boys have had sex. And what about Amalia, hasn't she ever made out on James's couch?
4. More swear words would help too. Occasionally Ms. Martin writes "hell", but that's the extent of it. Most teenagers swear, and swear frequently.
There. That's all I have to say. At least she's trying, aye?
Pirates (Best-sellers) (French Edition)
Pirates (Best-sellers) (French Edition)
M. Crichton m'a toujours surpris ! De Jurassic park à Harcèlement, de Next à Soleil levant, il maîtrisait parfaitement son sujet. Dans cet opus posthume il s'est attaqué aux thèmes des 1ers romans que nous avons lus : Pirates, corsaires et autres flibustiers ! Loin de l'image d'Epinal d'un Surcouf (version "les plus belles histoires de l'oncle Paul) mais sans doute au plus près de la réalité. Johnny Depp en plus sérieux. Une documentation fouilée et précise, tant sur les moeurs de l'époque que sur les mots de la marine et vous vous offrez quelqus heures de pur bonheur distrayant à souhait ! Et, à propos de souhait, que St. Spielberg ait lu ce livre...
Rita Hayworth's Shoes: A Novel
Rita Hayworth's Shoes: A Novel
Before I jump into writing about Francine Lasala's absolutely fabulous novel, RITA HAYWORTH'S SHOES (yes I loved it), I have to tell you, I too am a shoe girl/chick/broad! I have more shoes and handbags and LBDs (little black dresses) in every size, because like many, let's face face it, MOST women my weight bounces, forget yo-yo-ing, SO its ALL about ACCESSORIES! Right now we're thin and LOVING it! The reason being, we're walking long distances, eating hearty breakfasts and skipping junk, but back to Francine. I see some darling red shoes on the cover of her book and hello, Rita Hayworth, I have to read this. Thank goodness I did! You have to love, Miss Smarty Lasala not only writes novels, she's quite the promoter. She includes a nice little chunk of how new novel which is also out now, so once you finish this one, you're going to want to buy her newest book. But first here's a little bit about, Francine Lasala's novel, RITA HAYWORTH'S SHOES.

Amy wants a ring on her finger so badly she agrees to get married at the counter of KATZ DELI, while the butcher preps a very lean brisket and schmear. Then the groom calls two hours late to say he's not going to show-up for the "I dos." No one wants to believe it, but then again, they never did like that David, and please, the wedding location was his idea!

Turns out he's run off with another woman, but Amy still has hope that he'll come back to her and they will live a life of marital bliss. Meanwhile her friends and family can't be happier, believing David is the reason for her less than happy state and has held her back from getting her PhD at the University where she works.

Francine Lasala's novel, RITA HAYWORTH'S SHOES is a sassy chick-lit, romance, mystery mixed with magical realism, which I'm finding incorporated into fiction more and more. At a low point in her life, Amy comes across a pair of red shoes supposedly worn by film star, Rita Hayworth at Smitty's second hand shop. After some nudging, well, you know what happens.

"She had never been one of those women who went gaga for shoes, but there was something about these- shiny, red leather pumps with a dramatic high heel and an embellishment on the toe that looked like a happy little daisy."

Keep an eye on that daisy and where Amy travels in those red shoes. Lasala creates a wonderful menagerie of characters but you better pay attention, because it's easy to get lost in the drama of RITA HAYWORTH'S SHOES. There are lots of twists, turns and surprises right up to the very last page, so don't expect to know the ending until you've read the final word. But the best part? Of course, there's a happily ever after!

Francine Lasala's newest novel is THE GIRL, THE GOLD TOOTH & EVERYTHING.
Miss Martha Mary Crawford
Miss Martha Mary Crawford
Try as I may to branch out to other authors I so often find myself going back to Cookson. When reading a book I only require a couple of things; I want to care about the characters and I do not want to roll my eyes at predictable plot lines and trite dialogue. (Why do so many recent books describe their characters as bewildered over their feelings? All that says to me is that the writer doesn’t understand his or her own creation) Having read about 7 of her works,Catherine Cookson novels deal with modern emotions although mostly in historical settings. They are not predictable plot lines and the reader really does care about the characters. Miss Martha Mary Crawford is an enjoyable read. I found it realistic and absorbing. I’m on to choose my next Cookson novel.
The Seasons of the Soul: The Poetic Guidance and Spiritual Wisdom of Hermann Hesse
The Seasons of the Soul: The Poetic Guidance and Spiritual Wisdom of Hermann Hesse
I was excited to purchase and receive this collection, especially after seeing good reviews on Amazon. Hesse has been perhaps my favorite author since reading Siddartha as a teenager, and I keep returning to Steppenwolf, Demian, along with Journey to the East, long after having read each of these for the first time. While there is no doubt, to my mind, that Hesse was one of the greatest writers of his time, the translation you will find here is severely lacking. What struck me as immediately telling about its quality was the sense that I was reading cheap new-age banter, comprised by the foreward and other exegetical material. This is divided into snippets from both the translator and another person, both of whom seem to offer some fine and accurate remarks, but also a good deal of exposition that is frankly overdone and sappy. The biggest disappointment, however, was the fact that many poems which rhyme in the original German have not retained this feature in the English. Nor have they retained their proper rhythm. I can acknowlege that this would have been no simple feat, but such is the work of good translation. For an example, consider "Stufen," one of Hesse's finest cosmic poems, the one which the collection ends in. Fischer translates the title as "Stages," which gets at the meaning of the poem, but it is precisely this sort of straying from the letter of the piece that illuminates the sort of liberties he's already taken to interpret for the reader. Here's the original German for you:

Wie jede Blüte welkt und jede Jugend
Dem Alter weicht, blüht jede Lebensstufe,
Blüht jede Weisheit auch und jede Tugend
Zu ihrer Zeit und darf nicht ewig dauern.
Es muß das Herz bei jedem Lebensrufe
Bereit zum Abschied sein und Neubeginne,
Um sich in Tapferkeit und ohne Trauern
In andre, neue Bindungen zu geben.
Und jedem Anfang wohnt ein Zauber inne,
Der uns beschützt und der uns hilft, zu leben.

Wir sollen heiter Raum um Raum durchschreiten,
An keinem wie an einer Heimat hängen,
Der Weltgeist will nicht fesseln uns und engen,
Er will uns Stuf' um Stufe heben, weiten.
Kaum sind wir heimisch einem Lebenskreise
Und traulich eingewohnt, so droht Erschlaffen,
Nur wer bereit zu Aufbruch ist und Reise,
Mag lähmender Gewöhnung sich entraffen.

Es wird vielleicht auch noch die Todesstunde
Uns neuen Räumen jung entgegen senden,
Des Lebens Ruf an uns wird niemals enden...
Wohlan denn, Herz, nimm Abschied und gesunde!

Now compare that to Fischer's English:

All blossoms will wilt,
each youth fold into the mold of age.
Wisdom and virtue never last forever.
Your heart must always be ready to leave
and ready to begin again,
must form new bonds
with courage and without regret.
Every beginning offers a magic power
that protects us and helps us to endure.

This journey through the realms of life
was not meant to end in one home only.
World spirit does not want to tie us down,
wants us to soar into the open.
When we stay too long in one place,
get stuck in norm and habit, we wear out.

Only embarking on new, unknown journeys
can free us from the prison of stagnation.

Maybe the moment of our death too
is just another gate to new dimensions
The call of life to us will never end.
Well, then, my heart, take leave and heal.

While much of the poem's sense has been preserved, Fischer's form does not imitate Hesse's strictly enough to give one a feel for the intensity and exactness of the latters' disciplined, formal, traditional craft. The intention with this collection was good, but the execution seems to me flawed. One gets the suspicion from it that Fischer's German is simply not up to the task. Some might call me a Steppenwolf for complaining like this, and I would concur entirely.
Archie Meets Nero Wolfe: A Prequel to Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe Mysteries (The Nero Wolfe Mysteries Book 8)
Archie Meets Nero Wolfe: A Prequel to Rex Stout's Nero Wolfe Mysteries (The Nero Wolfe Mysteries Book 8)
I've enjoyed Rex Stout's Nero Wolf/Archie Goodwin stories for over 30 years, and I own every book and story Stout wrote on this intrepid duo. (Well, Archie is intrepid. :-) ) And I've read all but one of them. The reason that I haven't read that last book is because when I finish it, there will be no more, and a part of me just doesn't want the series to end.

So, I later bought and enjoyed Robert Goldsborough's seven pastiches, and although some parts didn't feel quite right (like Wolfe's almost fawning on several women characters in the earlier books), on the whole, they could have passed for something Stout had authored. But I thought that with "The Missing Chapter", which was about the murder of an author who continued a dead author's mystery series (and seemed to be a very big wink to the reading audience), that Goldsborough had hung them up, so to speak. So, I was pleasantly surprised to find, 19 years after that book, that Goldsborough had decided to write another Nero Wolfe novel. Below are my impressions of this book "Archie Meets Nero Wolfe", and note that I do not give any spoilers.

The book is well written and fits stylistically as a prelude to Stout's first Wolfe novel, "Fer-de-Lance". By that I mean the idiom and grammar fit to story's time frame (the late 1920's). While avid fans will undoubtedly notice discrepancies from the Wolfe "canon", I believe many of these were rational compromises made by the author to make the story work, and don't really affect the novel. With one minor exception, I enjoyed reading the book and it felt like I was reading something written by Rex Stout. My complaint, and it was an annoyance, not a critical flaw, is that Orrie Cather was portrayed as a big jerk, so much so that you have to wonder why Wolfe would bother using him. Orrie of course has his flaws, but at this stage of the game I think he should have been much more toned down in actions and demeanor.

But overall, I thought this was a very good book and will add it to my Nero Wolfe collection. It's motivated me to re-read all of the novels/stories again, and maybe this time I'll read that last novel, too, as nobody lives forever. In sum, I'm happy to have another Nero Wolf/Archie Goodwin book, and if Mr Goldsborough decides to write another Wolfe novel, I'm going to buy it. Four stars.
Rex Stout (Recognitions)
Rex Stout (Recognitions)
If you've read (and reread) all the Nero Wolfe novels, you'll enjoy Anderson's thoughtful exegesis of themes, plots, and the underlying meaning of the "family" living in the brownstone on West 35th Street. He divides the novels into early, middle, and late periods and traces the development of the characters and premises in the books. Does Wolfe mellow with time, or is he the same curmudgeonly misanthropist as at the beginning? What roles do the other members of the "family"-- Felix, Theodore, Saul, Orrie, Inspector Cramer, et al-- play in the long-running saga-- or are they only props in the play? For those who love these magical books, this critical reading will repay close attention.

I'd recommend looking at this after reading William S. Baring-Gould's "Nero Wolfe of West 35th Street" for its sure-handed overview of the entire series (including the short stories, not really covered in the Anderson book).
Maestro de placer (Bianca) (Spanish Edition)
Maestro de placer (Bianca) (Spanish Edition)
Precioso, muy linda historia de amor, donde los traumas vividos en la niñez de ambos, la desconfianza, los llenaron de inseguridades, que poco a poco fueron resolviendo y volviendo a confiar en el amor.
A Scandalous Inheritance
A Scandalous Inheritance
One of my favorite Penny Jordan books that is set in Texas rather than in the UK ! The attraction between the hero and heroine sizzles from their first meeting and doesn't let up. A very enjoyable romance. So happy to see it on eBook since my paperback copy is very worn from reading.
Cinereplicas Harry Potter Plush Keychain - Chibi Collection - 4.5inches (Harry Potter Quidditch)
Cinereplicas Harry Potter Plush Keychain - Chibi Collection - 4.5inches (Harry Potter Quidditch)
Jolie grosseur de porte-clé bien qu'un peut trop parfois, cela dépend de chacun vis-à-vis de là où il prend sa place.
Une douceur très agréable, là dessus, rien à dire.
Par contre, je suis extrêmement déçu de la peluche en général. Elle ne ressemble pas à un niffleur, on dirait plutôt un pingouin.
Moi qui suis fanne de niffleur, je suis très très déçu et bien entendu, j'arrive pas à faire le retour. Tant pis...
Du coup, ça ne vaut pas son prix ni toutes les étoiles.
The Noble Collection Lumos Harry Potter Slytherin Charm Bracelet
The Noble Collection Lumos Harry Potter Slytherin Charm Bracelet
I just received my Lumos charm bracelet and I couldn't be happier with it! Obviously I have no idea how durable it will prove to be, but the metal feels like it's good quality and it's very shiny. The clasp is "lobster-claw" style so it's completely adjustable. Also, all three charms have a "lobster-claw" clasp so you can arrange them on the bracelet in whatever order you like. The sorting hat has little gems for eyes, and the house crest charm is two-sided instead of just having a plain "back" side. The green enamel on the Slytherin charm is a beautiful colour, and there are small glittering rhinestones set around it. I've read that there are more charms to be released later and I look forward to collecting them all! I really hope they make a Deathly Hallows charm! This bracelet is so pretty, and I think it's a great way to support Lumos and show your House pride! Thank you, Ms. Rowling!
Harry Potter Amortentia Love Potion Coffee Mug - You Are So Loved - 11 oz
Harry Potter Amortentia Love Potion Coffee Mug - You Are So Loved - 11 oz
This is a beautiful mug. The image quality is high and is not pixelated. It is also durable enough that I can be confident it will last through rigorous washing. It is not small or over sized (it will hold an average cup of coffee.) I can’t wait to use it for many years to come! HP fans will definitely LOVE as a gift!
Farberware Specialties Nonstick Frying Pan / Fry Pan / Skillet - 8 Inch, Silver
Farberware Specialties Nonstick Frying Pan / Fry Pan / Skillet - 8 Inch, Silver
I have used this non-stick pan for almost 3 months now. First impression it is light weight (which may not be a bad thing, for sure the light weight is ease on transporting it from point A to point B and doing dish wash). After using it for few months, my fair usage comments are below. (these comment are just reflecting my personal taste, not necessary defect of the product).
#1 too light (and combination of the gridline pattern on bottom), as for slideing off from the stove top burner grate with a slightly bump (not the total fail off, but it happened to me quite a several time that it got knock off/slide off half way. If it coincidentally hook on something (sleeves, apron) then it might truly got knocked off to the ground with the burning hot food. Aware of this possible disadvantage, I just need to pay attention on make sure keep it CLEAR when it is in use. (not the end of the world. But I know this is NOT a common issue because I had several non-stick pan in the similar size, different brand and model of course, none of them had this issue).
#2 The lid (or I should say height) is a little bit too short for my taste. Stirring the food around (not full/not pack), I constantly knock off few from the pan. Again... I just learn to do it more *gentle* on stirring. (Not the end of the world).
These are two things I will pay attention on when it comes to shop for my next non-stick pan.
Bosch DIY Kreissägeblatt Special für verschiedene Materialien (Ø 230 mm, 64 Zähne)
Bosch DIY Kreissägeblatt Special für verschiedene Materialien (Ø 230 mm, 64 Zähne)
I work a lot with various different building materials including corian so when i saw this saw blade i thought this would be the perfect one to use in my Ryobi 18volt circular saw & i have to say i was very impressed with this saw blade as it made light work of cutting through the solid surface material & left a good neat finish on the exposed edge with very little cleaning up to do , i will give this blade 10/10 , i used this combination of circular saw & blade to cut through 6 mm & 12 mm corian & found cutting through both very easy but i would also recommend using a method of dust extraction as the saw blade has numerous teeth the dust created will easily get into the air as it comes off in a fine particle & as always when using machinery please wear ppe to suit the job you are doing & when sawing make sure you can see both hands , i know this might sound like telling your granny to suck eggs but always take care when using machinery with your hands , ppe for those who don't know is personnel protection equipment , eg goggles, dust masks, gloves, ear defenders, etc.
Shop Fox D4666 Extreme-Duty Mobile Base
Shop Fox D4666 Extreme-Duty Mobile Base
I have updated my review from one star to five stars based on the great customer service I received from MaxTool regarding this purchase. They contacted me after seeing my one star review, and the manufacturer and MaxTool sent me a replacement mobile base. Below is my original one star review with the issues I encountered with this product.

The numerous five star reviews is what convinced me that this must be a good mobile base; not the one I got. There are so many issues with this base:
1. One stationary pad/leg came with a nut that was deformed at a significant angle, which prevented it from being used. The individual that assembled the nut on the threaded foot insert had to notice it was all screwed up, but since it wasn't going to be used in their shop obviously they didn't care enough to replace that $.25 part. I had to build up that area with washers since the nut was useless.
2. One of the frame inserts that operates the stationary pads was welded at an angle, which prevented one of the support legs from even going in the assembly. I had to use a punch to force the item in (of course it was too tight to move) and then use my mini sledge hammer to bend the welded insert so the leg would move freely.
3. The instructions clearly say to tighten all the bolts before putting your machinery on the mobile base. In theory this makes a lot of sense. However, the poor alignment/weld jobs means the frame is not square when you put the side rails in and tighten them down. My rear caster was off the ground almost an inch, which made the mobile cart useless as it wasn't stable. I ended up loosening everything up and placing my machinery on it and then tightened the bolts to try to make the base more stable. It worked somewhat, but this is a terrible mobile base. I have used other brands and never had this issue with them.

Save your money and don't waste your time on this inferior poorly fabricated mobile base. I will never buy another Shop Fox product again since they can't get something as simple as this correct...
Java How to Program, Early Objects (Deitel: How to Program)
Java How to Program, Early Objects (Deitel: How to Program)
I had previously given this book a one-star review as I felt the frustrations I encountered in my Java education were rooted in the issues I had with this book. I still feel this is true, but now more time has passed where I had reviewed competitive products and even progressed further through this book.

I know I learn best by going through exercises, and not at all by reading. I think math textbooks are the best example of my meaning. I don't feel that the Java book market really provides the kind of book that would be best for me, so I have to admit that from all my searching that this book seems to come closest. For this reason, I am willing to adjust my rating up one star.

This book is over one thousand pages. It provides a wide range of content, and I do appreciate that the authors tried to cover so much of Java in a single book. I think though that some of these chapters need to have their design modified. Chapter 12 and 13 which introduce a new programmer to JavaFX through what seems to be an assumption that the programmer is familiar with XML. As a new programmer, I think it is far easier to learn JavaFX without leaving the Java language or learning how to use and incorporate Scene Builder. I think it is a mistake to expect this. Also, the Chapter 12 tutorial which the book uses to introduce JavaFX seems to end abruptly before it finishes. For myself, beyond the exercises at the end of the chapter, I couldn't use these chapters at all. I ended up learning JavaFX from Bucky's newboston channel on YouTube.

I have four or five other Deitel books, and all of them are filled with mistakes. There are occasional exercise instructions that seem like they have been haphazardly edited as they contradict themselves from one sentence to the next. There are frequent exercises which have little to do with the current chapter subject material and actually are designed for subjects not yet covered. There are political exercises at the end of every chapter to teach you about global warming or some such thing. Half the time there is no programming lesson involved in these.

This book takes on a wide range of material, and you can learn Java from this book. Only because I think this book can work despite its shortcomings am I willing to bump it up another star to three stars. This is the book that taught me Java. Most people seem to love it, but I think in a better book market this would be a one-star product.
Pozieres
Pozieres
…that will be forever Australian.

Just when you think nothing more can be said, there is, indeed, much more that can be, and said very well. Australia and the First World War? That was Gallipoli, wasn’t it, the basis for ANZAC Day? And the Somme? That was those very unfortunate 20,000 British soldiers that died on the first day, July 01, 1916, wasn’t it? Poziers is “the more,” and although I had once camped nearby, at Albertville, I had never heard of this small French village in northern France, nor realized its significance to “the Land Down Under.” Wain Fimeri directed this most informative documentary which was released in 1999.

I find the interview technique with historical reenactors particularly effective for providing the viewer a real “feel” for how it was, to be there. The reenactor looks right into the camera and explains one aspect of his experience in the battle; then the narrator explains the man’s origins and prior work, and invariably concludes with some phrase like: “he survived the war,” “he survived the war, but lost his leg,” “he would be killed in four days,” or, even worse, “he would be killed in two years,” the latter applied to an Aborigine, fighting for a country he could not be a citizen of. And a couple Germans are also shown, one of whom was Adolph Hitler. The narrator deadpans: “he survived the war.” I was particularly impressed with the tone of the narrator, Nadine Garner, who is apparently a well-known Australian actress. I had to double-check to see if she was a descendant of two of the prominent characters in this documentary: Tom and Mabel Gardner. Apparently not, with the spelling difference in the last name.

The Australians would take 23,000 casualties in the Battle of the Somme. “Casualties,” that slippery term that combines the dead and wounded, with the latter usually undefined. Wounded, as in, and could never return to battle? Or, wounded, and back in the front-line the next day? Five Australian divisions took part in the battle; virtually all seemed to take casualties in the 5,000 range. Another frustration is the fact that the size of the division is never given. Was it 7,000, 10,000 or 15,000 men? The documentary demonstrates a strong degree of contempt for the British commander, General Haig, who was “undaunted” by casualty figures of “only” 40,000, given the large scale of the operation.

The Aussies did manage to take the village of Poziers, which had been reduced to utter rubble. There was no patriotic gloss over the scenes depicting the looting of village and the killing of unarmed German POW’s. By taking the village, they formed a salient into the German lines and were relentlessly pounded by German artillery from three sides.

Equal portions of the documentary show the home front, and featured the battles over conscription. Prime Minister Hughes, after lowering the height requirement for service, and increasing the age limit to 45, still could not get enough volunteers. He fought hard for a law permitting conscription. The documentary shows labor leader Curtin vigorously opposed. The law was not approved in the election. Curtin would go on to become Prime Minister in WW II, and fought successfully for a conscription law for that war, an easier sell since Japan had bombed Darwin. Strong anti-German sentiment against German Australians is shown, with internment and in some cases, deportation after the war.

Tom and Mabel Gardner, brother and sister, represented the divisions within Australian society. Tom volunteer for the good fight and to see the world. He is mentally shattered at Poziers, what we now call PTSD, would survive the war, but 13 days after November 11, 1918, would walk into a lake in Australia and drown. Mabel fought hard against the conscription vote, had a son who volunteered to fight in WW II, and she would die in 1968, when, as the documentary notes, Aussie conscripts are fighting and dying in Vietnam.

A very well-done documentary, telling me much that I did not know. 5-stars.
+33
+33
Years ago I had a small epiphany: I realized that every time I went into the t-shirt drawer to grab a shirt, I was always (almost subconsciously) hoping that my favorite couple of shirts was in there, and I would be a bit disappointed when I had to grab another one. So I decided that going forward my wardrobe would contain ONLY my favorite types of shirt.

The main problem with that is the fact that the overwhelming majority of t-shirts (regardless of how much you pay) are total crap. They are thin and flimsy, the fit isn’t good, and they aren’t as comfortable as they should be.

So, ever since then I’ve tried to find the best possible t-shirts and this is one of them. The other is the Hanes “Beefy-T” but those are super thick 100% cotton and not ideal for all situations.

These Russel shirts are the BEST blended shirts in the world (meaning they are made with a blend of cotton and synthetic fibers). They fit EXCELLENT. They are just lose enough to be comfortable but not so loose that they look sloppy. That means that you can wear the shirt out (if you want) and not just wear them to bum around the house. The fabric is very durable even after years of use and the colors don’t fade. The synthetic fibers keep you cool and the cotton feels great agains your skin.

I highly recommend these shirts.
Reusable Vegetable Bags - Cotton Mesh Bags for Vegetables - Mesh Grocery Produce Bags - Mesh Vegetable Bags - Cotton Mesh Produce Bags - Reusable Bags for Vegetables | 8 Bags (2XL, 2L, 2M, 2S)
Reusable Vegetable Bags - Cotton Mesh Bags for Vegetables - Mesh Grocery Produce Bags - Mesh Vegetable Bags - Cotton Mesh Produce Bags - Reusable Bags for Vegetables | 8 Bags (2XL, 2L, 2M, 2S)
I was trying to look for alternatives to plastic produce bags - they are so prevalent and blow around everywhere in our environment, so sad! - and I came across these and I ordered them. So far they are great! I couldn't give them 5 stars for durability or ease of cleaning, because I haven't tried these long enough yet, but they do seem to hold a reasonable amount of heavier produce, and I just keep the extra ones in my reusable shopping bags in my car, so I don't forget them. Thanks to the creators for making this product and helping to eliminate the need for plastic bags!
The Last Stop
The Last Stop
This documentary is shocking! The interviews are candid, honest and emotional. It's horrific that power and money-hungry people have gotten away with treating adolescents and humans like this. It's simply inhumane and completely unregulated. Kids that had experienced assault, abuse and trauma in their lifetime were forced to go through even more sustained torture and trauma. It's astonishing that this stuff is allowed to go on. It's not therapeutic, it's abusive and harmful.
This documentary is enlightening and horrifying. There is a lot of relevant footage and artwork and some actor portrayals. It opened my eyes and it will open yours too.
TP-Link HS100 Kasa WiFi enchufe inteligente, no requiere Hub, funciona con Alexa Echo y Google Assistant
TP-Link HS100 Kasa WiFi enchufe inteligente, no requiere Hub, funciona con Alexa Echo y Google Assistant
Me asombró realmente la facilidad con que este dispositivo se configura. Solo hay que bajar la aplicación, conectarlo a la corriente eléctrica y seguir los pasos del asistente de instalación que dura poco menos de dos minutos.

La aplicación es muy fácil de usar y se puede cargar en varios teléfonos. yo por ejemplo configuré una lámpara y un árbol de navidad y la aplicación KAZA la cargué en mi Iphone, Android y en el celular de mi esposa. Los 3 teléfonos no solo pueden apagar y encender la lámpara via WiFi sino que vi que también lo pueden controlar remoto a través de la red de celular, por lo que no me queda duda que se puede controlar a distancia (desde oficina o cualquier ubicación remota).

Eso me indica las amplias posibilidades con dispositivos comoe este.

Se le puede poner el nombre que desees a los iconos como por ejemplo LAMPARA DEL CUARTO o ARBOL DE NAVIDAD, etc y además les puedes asignar un ícono (hay íconos para todo, desde luces, lámparas hasta luces ornamentales y Santa Claus).

Lo recomiendo ampliamente. Compraré más.
Yo tuve la fortuna de comprarlo en el Cybermonday de 2017 así que me salió barato, en 767 pesos (una caja con dos dispositivos).
GOOSH - Juego de luces LED para decoración al aire libre con diseño de renos de Papá Noel (7 pies)
GOOSH - Juego de luces LED para decoración al aire libre con diseño de renos de Papá Noel (7 pies)
 I like the inflatable, but The air intake is not as expected. Sometimes the lack of air makes raindeer legs To bend and it's not getting enough air to keep the Inflatable straight.I need to adjust it manually. But it is looking good. It is not as expected as big, so please read the length and width before buying. But overall it is a good deal To keep in front of the house for the Christmas decoration.
Trauma Center
Trauma Center
I would say the best work in this movie was done by the artist who created the trailer!
They took the very best bits and pieces that put all together within a minute make it look very suspenseful, mysterious and exciting. Unfortunately, that's all they've got.
Even Bruce Willis, one of my favorite actors, seemed unsure of what he was trying to portray most of the time.
Definitely not worth it.
Keto Coffee Creamer - Organic Coconut Oil - Keto Creamer For Coffee - Ghee Butter Organic Grass Fed - Raw Cacao Powder Organic - Original High Fat Coffee Creamer - Mocha 15 Oz - COFFEE BOOSTER
Keto Coffee Creamer - Organic Coconut Oil - Keto Creamer For Coffee - Ghee Butter Organic Grass Fed - Raw Cacao Powder Organic - Original High Fat Coffee Creamer - Mocha 15 Oz - COFFEE BOOSTER
This is (very sadly) an edited review; my original, 6 weeks ago, was a 5-star enthusiastic endorsement. My last order was a 3-pack shipment that broke my heart! Instead of the smooth, peanut buttery texture and rich chocolate flavor of my previous jars, I opened a jar of completely separated, watery, oily ingredients. The worst aspect was the taste: I stirred the goo in the jar until soupy but completely blended; tasted it: NOT THE SAME. The contents of this jar had a bitter aftertaste, and was not as chocolate-y nor rich as my first 5 jars. It was easy to compare, as I still had some left in the jar from my last order.
I contacted the seller, describing my experience and asking if they'd changed their formula? I received a form email in response: informing me that this was simply because I live in a warmer climate area; all I needed to do was stir and refrigerate it and it would be fine. Ouch. I would have been OK with the separation and consistency, but that final order DID NOT TASTE the same. It tasted spoiled. I had communicated this to the seller, but my form letter response told me to stir, refrigerate, and all would be well. No replacement, no refund, not even an apology. FOR THREE PRICEY JARS OF SPOILED PRODUCT! According to their response, apparently MY sense of taste must be off.
I then read the one- and two- star reviews: almost all of them, word for word, describe the same experience!!!
In conclusion: ordering this product is a gamble. The odds are in your favor if you live in a cool climate, or if the shipment is not subjected to warm temperatures in transit. Looking at the current percentage of 5- and 4 star compared to 1- and 2-star reviews, I estimate you have a 90% chance of getting a GREAT product. However, if your order is one of the 10% that is a watery, separated, strange tasting goo, there is no recourse. Just like in Vegas, you LOSE! My guess is that the odds of getting a great product are much better during the winter months.
And me? I so loved my Coffee Booster that I decided to improvise that day with some ingredients I had at home. I added a little MCT oil, organic coconut cream (not milk: cream!), and a bit of organic powdered cacao. I was SHOCKED. I liked it BETTER than the original Coffee Booster. Yes, my morning routine is now a little more work, but WHAT A SAVINGS! I want to thank Coffee Booster for inspiring me to create the best cup of coffee I've ever enjoyed. And needless to say: those 3 gooey jars of Coffee Booster will be my last.
Flor de Regaliz
Flor de Regaliz
Buen sabor, pero tiñe los dientes y no se quita con solo limpieza bucal en casa. Es un error abusar

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