Nathaniel Lopez

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Core MySQL
Core MySQL
Core MySQL by Leon Atkinson. Rated 3.6 out of 5 stars, with 6 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
LEGAL THRILLERS CHECKLIST IN SERIES ORDER WITH SUMMARIES INCLUDING - SCOTT TUROW - JOHN GRISHAM - SCOTT PRATT - STEVE MARTINI - UPDATED 2017: SUMMARIES, ... ORDERING INFORMATION (Top Authors Book 1)
LEGAL THRILLERS CHECKLIST IN SERIES ORDER WITH SUMMARIES INCLUDING - SCOTT TUROW - JOHN GRISHAM - SCOTT PRATT - STEVE MARTINI - UPDATED 2017: SUMMARIES, ... ORDERING INFORMATION (Top Authors Book 1)
LEGAL THRILLERS CHECKLIST IN SERIES ORDER WITH SUMMARIES INCLUDING - SCOTT TUROW - JOHN GRISHAM - SCOTT PRATT - STEVE MARTINI - UPDATED 2017: SUMMARIES, ... ORDERING INFORMATION (Top Authors Book 1) by Jim Fellows. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
NYPD Red
NYPD Red
NYPD Red by James Patterson and Marshall Karp. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 4045 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Das Institut
Das Institut
Das Institut by Stephen King, David Nathan, et al.. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 396 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora
Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora
Learning Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora by Bill McCarty. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 8 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Shell programming category.
Samsung Rising: The Inside Story of the South Korean Giant That Set Out to Beat Apple and Conquer Tech
Samsung Rising: The Inside Story of the South Korean Giant That Set Out to Beat Apple and Conquer Tech
In a very detailed account (close to 400 pages), Cain provides an excellent view into the inner workings of Samsung - a company that perennially seems to be mentioned only if the lead story is Apple. With his unique access to former and current executives and employees of Samsung and its partners and his own reporting over the years, Cain not only provides a breezy, detailed, and informative look at the corporate dramas internal to Samsung.

While the Lee clan is center to the narrative, Cain is able to also provide an informative read of the region's history, rivalries, and political tribulations. Perhaps no other region has the fate of a company is inextricably tied to the wellbeing, pride, and ambition of an entire country.

One also gets to get glimpses of various management philosophies, flavor-of-the-month marketing tactics, cultural barriers of building a global brand, and how personal ambition conflated with national identity drove strategies across various companies, particularly at Samsung.

While the author succeeds in providing a detailed look at the key personalities, their motivations, and a somewhat time-linear narrative of key events, he does not make any attempt to contextualize those with a richer description of the technological breathroughs or other socio-economic factors that were driving business trends at the same time. Moreover, there is very little analysis per-se; no second-guessing of key decisions or assessment of leaderships - the author lets his interviewees provide that and he does a fantastic job of abstracting and synthesizing those. In the end, Cain achieves what Samsung probably wants more than anything - see it as a global company in its own right and not just as an Apple competitor. An excellent read for anyone interested in management, technology and/or leadership.
How Jeff Bezos Built An E-Commerce Empire: The unwritten Story of Amazon.com
How Jeff Bezos Built An E-Commerce Empire: The unwritten Story of Amazon.com
I've been an Amazon customer for quite a while. Amazon has become my store for online shopping. Its continuning success led my curiosity to its founder - Jeff Bezos. Well, the fact that he's become the richest man in the world has contributed too. That book is a short but in-depth biography of Jeff Bezos which is very inspiring. I'll recommend it!
Legacy: The Sustainable Development Goals in Action
Legacy: The Sustainable Development Goals in Action
This book offers a clear insight into what the UN sustainable development goals are and why they exist. By clearly highlighting the current world issues (poverty, clean water, environmental etc.) and then providing context from real life changemakers you will understand how everyone can effect change regardless of their resources and help achieve the UN goals. This is a book that inspires hope that we can change the world at a time that politicians are taking that hope away. Please buy the book and take action immediately!
The Outsider's Edge: The Making of Self-Made Billionaires
The Outsider's Edge: The Making of Self-Made Billionaires
This is a good book about extereme achievers - billionaires in this case, because their achievement can be easily quantified in financial terms. The conlusion of the author would apply to any extreme achiever in politics, science, arts, sports, entertainment...

17 mini biographies of billionaires, for each about 10 pages, make up around 2/3 of the book. Readers can easily pick those they are interested and skipping some without losing the context.

The theme of the book is exciting for anyone interested in the field of extreme achievements. Basically, if you were looking for only one attribute (intelligence, fearlessness etc), what would it be? The author hypothesis is that extreme achievers are all `outsiders', i.e. they all have an edge of being different.

Before reading the book, I was convinced that extreme achievers are outsiders. But I was convinced that being an outsider is an effect, not a cause. That those extreme achievers thought and behaved differently, that's what made them outsiders. Not the other way around.

I'm not that sure anymore. The author makes a very strong point why outsiders become different. In particular why people who have had significant failure in the 3 great domains of family, school and friends usually don't have a rich choice of things to focus in life. So they are often left with one thing only to focus on and excel in it. The same logic of outsiders explains why involvement in school sports works against extreme achievement in any other field. And finally, being an outsider means that they are less influenced by conventional wisdom and social expectations.

Like the book OUTLINERS, THE OUTSIDER's EDGE helps us `understanding' extreme achievement. Unfortunately, it helps us little in improving ourselves. Thus, for an intellectual pursue, it's a good book. For a `self-help' it fails.
Henry Ford: The wayward capitalist
Henry Ford: The wayward capitalist
Henry Ford: The wayward capitalist by Carol W Gelderman. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Henry Ford" category.
Bigfoot
Bigfoot
when i was doing my YouTube 'thinking at bigfoot' project, weird things began to happen that i decided were not connected to bigfoot and i was ready to dump the project. then i got a comment under one of my videos from a guy who said he was part of some bigfoot research in the 70's in the Angeles National Forest and a book was published that incuded stuff about bigfoot there. this is the book. when i got it i tried to post the guy to thank him and though i had saved his youtube page and contact information, i could never find the guy again. (insert twilight zone music here).
some of the weird stuff concerned odd guys who wore inappropriate and freshly pressed very clean clothes, who walked by my camping spot and came back past in 45 minutes, when it took at least an hour to walk to anyplace where there was anything to go to. one of them, who wore a hoodie sweat s*** that still had the creases from being folded in a plastic bag, came back by holding a box of breakfast cereal he did not have when he passed the first time. another time at 3 am when it was raining hard and i went to the restroom, i heard fating noises and laughter, that was not me or my dog, and there was no one else camped within a mile. my camp was about 10 miles past any cell service, and another evening i got a phone call. from the automated number you call to order minutes that i later found only accepts calls, does not make them. if this sounds stupid to you, you know how i felt. then i was told about the book. one of the stories in it was about a family who had bigfoot stuff happening. one evening there was a knock on the door and when they answered it, two young men said in unison,'we dont want you to hurt us'. they then said their car had broken down and they walked miles to the house and wanted a dime to make a phone call for help. there was a pay phone across the road, and the man gave them the dime. then he remembered the light was out in the phone booth and opened the door again to offer to lend them a flashlight. the phone booth was a distance away that they could not have reached it, and a lot of open land around showed no sign of them. the man said he later realized that they had shined black shoes on without a speck of dust-there was no way they could have walked miles and stayed so clean. he also said that their clothes looked as if they had just put them on new from a store.
now it seemed interesting that i was told about a book that had a story about an almost identical odd situation that i had experienced, and was connected with bigfoot, when i was going to quit the project becase it all seems so stupid and unconnected, which caused me to not abandon the projest. none of the young men in either situation were covered with hair.

the whole meaning of this is that there may be some inteligence out there that wants people to stick to their bigfoot projects no matter how stupid they seem to be so they connect them with information designed to get them to waste a lot more time with very little to show for it before they finally give up and hope to get a life.
Funko Pop Marvel: Venom - Venom Captain America Collectible Figure, Multicolor
Funko Pop Marvel: Venom - Venom Captain America Collectible Figure, Multicolor
I got four of these venom-superhero hybrid FunkoPops.
Why are you thinking of buying this and is this FunkoPop worth it?
1) You buy because you are a FunkoPop collector: this is definitely worth getting. The head bobbles (it's on a spring), therefore is not like the conventional type FunkoPops. It's really nice and looks really pretty.
2) You are a marvel fan/collector: this is definitely a really nice collective piece. I would get all these marvel memorabilia now that they're hot and, relatively, cheap. Captain America as Venom? You don't see that - it's original and kooky and is perfect for any Cap fan.

It's really well made, even though I am a little concerned of how the bobbly head will hold up in the future.
Delivery - super fast and very well packaged.

Would totally reccommend
RIN-NE, Vol. 4 (4)
RIN-NE, Vol. 4 (4)
What can I say, I loved the InuYasha series, and Rin-Ne is no different. Rumiko Takahashi is a genius when it comes to her stories and artwork, especially adding depth and humor to all her characters. Rinne is the sweetest guy I've ever seen and the relationship building between him and Sakura just makes you wanna squeal. It isn't as fast paced as InuYasha, but then again it's a fun change to see a lighter side of Rumiko's work. This volume is probably one of my favorites so far. Check it out!
The Dame Edna Experience - The Complete Collection (Series 1/2 & Specials)
The Dame Edna Experience - The Complete Collection (Series 1/2 & Specials)
Now you can get it all in one space. How spooky! And how gorgeous.

Dame Edna's talk show, which she explains is actually a monologue interrupted by total strangers, must be seen to be believed. Not for the faint of heart (she can find a double-entendre hiding inside of silence), her guests are sent up without mercy by this genius of the stage. They range from a "terrified" Sean Connery to Joan Rivers to Larry Hagman to Germaine Greer (an old school chum, actually) on an all-girls night, to former Ministers (including Prime), all of whom struggle to keep up with Dame Edna's wit and energy (you will hang on to your chair for dear life when she begins to dance), and manage to laugh at their own failure to do so--I have yet to see someone manage to hold their own when face to face with her. With a crack research staff, she manages to know and confront her guests with what they seemed to have thought were secrets from dim memory--if you've ever caught her on Jay Leno's show, you'll have seen the deer caught in the headlights look her guests end up wearing as she drops some piquant morsel "just between us," on national television, lovingly says the most appalling things to her "celebrity guests," all in the name of "caring and sharing" with her "adoring public." I guarantee that you'll be laughing so hard it hurts, especially when she uses her state-of-the-art technology to abort interviews in astonishingly final ways.

To understand the genuine genius behind this character, read John Lahr's book, "Dame Edna and the Rise of Western Civilization" and you will be impressed by the thought and purpose of Barry Humphries work in the creation of Dame Edna. Frequently mis-labeled a "transvestite" and rather strangely slotted into "gay-themed" entertainment in this country, while adored in Britain by all sorts (I once had an hour-long discussion with one of the Beef-Eaters at the Tower of London about which interview was the funniest), Dame Edna is a character so thoroughly and consciously created that her autobiography, "My Gorgeous Life," was shelved at bookstores in the Non-Fiction department, helping to further blur the line between character and real person. First appearing about 30 years ago in Australia as a satiric commentary on the aspiration to mediocrity that Barry Humphries observed in his country, Dame Edna was at first merely an "ordinary housewife" who appeared on stage and on telly to indict what Humphries felt was his countryman's complete oblivion to art, literature, and in fact anything beyond the acquisition of goods that personified what we in America call "keeping up with the Jones'". Eventually the character emigrated to England, where she became a Housewife and Superstar, friend to the Queen, advisor to the Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and long-distance confidant to the bewildered president, Mr. Reagan, who has phoned her while she was taping to ask if he was still the President. In Thatcher's brutal England where the poor were mercilessly cut loose and the emphasis on middle-class consumption was at an all-time high, Edna came into her own, receiving her status as a Dame of the Empire, and taking Ms. Thatcher's own words, "care and share," and using them to draw attention to the ultimate hypocrisy and cruelty of the PM's regime. With her silent Bride's Maid and Traveling Companion," Madge (played by Emily Perry, who is one of the world's greatest mimes--no, not the leotard & white-faced sort--the silent actor sort), who is used to receive her mistresses' most pointed barbs and to be a foil to Edna's blatant self-absorption, she finds a way to decimate her guests while never once losing their good-will towards herself. Nor does she lose ours, as her genius is saying that which we are all thinking, but would never dare to utter. By doing this, she takes us along on the ride of our lives, as both celebrities and we willing serve ourselves up to her gratefully, glad to bask in the reflection of her glory for just a few moments.

See her live in a city near you--she tours constantly--but don't sit in the first 6 rows, unless you're willing to end up on stage yourself at the end of the show, and see for yourselves what it is to serve yourself up!-- but until then, enjoy watching her treat celebrities like ordinary people, just as she treats the ordinary people in her audiences as celebrities. This Mega-star of the extraordinary face furniture, 100% natural Wisteria-colored hair, and razor-sharp mind will keep you entertained to within an inch of your life.
Misty Blue: The Complete Collection
Misty Blue: The Complete Collection
Tony Masero – Misty Blue – Reviewed 7/7/20 – Read 7/3-6/20

Misty Blue decided that it was time to find his family, so in the spring of 1867 he came down from the mountains to visit them. He found that there had been a war, but it was over now. He knew that it was not all that much of an event, as there was always some dang fool that was going to fight about something. His pa had a trading post at the fork of the Yellowstone and Missouri that he ran with his ma. Now she worked hard, but she also had given pa 14 children, that was always giving them grief. Misty was of the kind that wanted peace, so he spent most of his time with the Sioux. Now he finds the whites had forcibly evicted the Sioux from their sacred lands, so things with them were a might less amenable.

As he remembers he was about nine when he met the famed mountain man Hugh Glass, the one that set the fires burning in his body to be a mountain man himself. He knew that he was a might small then, but the bug in him was burning bright. His idea was to hitch up with Glass to learn everything he could about the mountains. Alas, his plan went south when Glass got himself killed. Even so, that did not deter him and at about nineteen, Misty finally lit out for his beloved mountains. Time has passed, and it is twenty years later, he has set it in his mind to find out what has become of his family. Now, if you are ready? The story begins….

Misty Blue: The Complete Collection includes – The Last Mountain Man, Loaded for Bear, A Dog Named Kill, Wild in the Woods, Down and Dirty, and End of the Road.

What did I like? I have read lots of books of all genres, and some of them were about mountain men, but I found this collection a bit different than what I have read in the past. Tony has taken Misty Blue to a higher plain, thrown in lots of humor, drinking, fighting, a little loving, and adventures. Every one of them includes the mountain man bragging rights to fame and fighting. Having self-respect for himself to always keep his word, but then some just keep doubting his word! This just adds another layer to Misty that keeps things on a fighting level with anyone that he meets. So, he just has to keep showing them, all throughout the book.

What will you like? Ready for some down to earth humor, plain outright hard-drinking, incredible adventures, a little romance, and a thrilling storyline? Here it is! Beautifully written and edited. Misty Blue is one big handsome mountain man that surely is the last of the breed. Big, tough, tender, and honest, making his way across the lands to each of his adventures on his way home. Helping others and keeping his word as he goes. Life can be tough if you let it get the best of you, keep your heart true, and be generous with your help. Another excellent read that will be a wonderful addition to your western library.

• File Size: 2263 KB
• Print Length: 1001 pages
• Publisher: Wolfpack Publishing (July 8, 2020)
• Publication Date: July 8, 2020
• ASIN: B08BS75HF6
• Genre: Men’s Adventure Fiction, Westerns
Roald Dahl Reads AUDIO CD
Roald Dahl Reads AUDIO CD
What's not to love about this? One of the greatest storie writers reading his own stories!
Just grand. My son and I are enjoying this to the fullest.
Only one small glitch.. Unless you look into the detailed description of the content you're of the impression that this version is unabridged. This is not true because only some of the stories are unabridged. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is actually an abridged version. Somewhat dissapointing.
Under the Tonto Rim
Under the Tonto Rim
This is and always has been one of my favorite Zane Grey books. I am disappointed, however, in the electronic version. It seems as if there is no proofreading done to make sure it is true to the original. There are consistent errors that annoy throughout the book. It doesn’t detract from the overall story but doesn’t read as well as the print copy. That is a true disservice to the author who wrote very well.
A Solitary Evening: Poached Parody (Kaiser Wrench Book 4)
A Solitary Evening: Poached Parody (Kaiser Wrench Book 4)
Another wonderful tale of intrigue and suspense, in this caper our Private Investigator gets dragged into an investigation while helping a stranger on a bridge and it only gets more convoluted from there when the local group of Communists becomes involved. It's an East meets West showdown that only P.C. Hatter can write! :-)
Bleach, Vol. 55
Bleach, Vol. 55
This volume marks the beginning of Bleach's final story arc, "Thousand-Year Blood War Arc." As the author points out in the preface, much of the Bleach story has been building up to this point and some of the early volumes definitely hinted at this final conflict. But this is only the beginning to what I imagine will be a very long story, tying together the various Bleach storylines and settings we have previously seen.

As for the contents of this volume, we were introduced to a new, tyrannical villain and his henchman and given just a glimpse at the frightful power they wield. Though the identity of this group, at least on the surface, is revealed, there is clearly much more at play between the soul reapers and our new villains that we will learn in the volumes to come. This volume definitely had some action and the reappearance of some old, beloved characters, but it mainly served as great opener to the final arc. I definitely look forward to future volumes.
Die Sammler: Roman (Camel Club 2) (German Edition)
Die Sammler: Roman (Camel Club 2) (German Edition)
Spannende und unterhaltsame Geschichte in Geheimdienst- und Zockerkreisen mit seltsamen Morden und einem auf raffinierte Weise um Millionen erleichterten Kasinobesitzer. Der Camel Club versucht den Mord am Chef des Freundes Caleb Shaw aufzuklären und gerät selbst in tödliche Gefahr und Abenteuer. Das Buch macht richtig Laune!
YU-GI-OH! - Number 20: Giga-Brilliant (ZTIN-ENV02) - 2013 Zexal Collection Tin - Limited Edition - Ultimate Rare
YU-GI-OH! - Number 20: Giga-Brilliant (ZTIN-ENV02) - 2013 Zexal Collection Tin - Limited Edition - Ultimate Rare
this card is a GREAT xyz to have, definitely one of the best!!! it is easy to summon and immediately powers up your monsters!! its effect is similar to "number 17s" but i think this one is better to start with because you can power up ALL your monsters.. plus, it can go with any deck and still be summoned and power up your monsters.. this is a card i highly recommend for xyz beginners and(or)collectors!!!
Harry Potter: Wizarding World DVD Game
Harry Potter: Wizarding World DVD Game
Pathetic. Slow to respond to remote or mouse clicks, repetitive and no interactive help. HOS was very poorly done. Game interspersed with clips from the Harry Potter movies that often didn't fit the situation. Kept going around in circles and couldn't progress because no help or hints. No fun.
Steptoe and Son (Collection Set) [VHS]
Steptoe and Son (Collection Set) [VHS]
Steptoe and Son, which ran from 1962 to 1974, was one of Britain's earliest situational comedies. The episodes in this boxed set (which contains eleven 30-minute episodes plus one 45-minute Christmas Special) are all from the last three series (1970 to 1974).
Embracing a skilful blend of comedy and poignancy, this is a series about a bickering father-and-son pair of rag-and-bone men (ie. junk dealers). Albert (the father) is a wily but lazy old codger with a peg-toothed grin and a skin-and-bone physique that's used to its full comic potential. He is also a master at the art of emotional blackmail. Albert's duties are to look after the house and meal preparations, while his middle-aged son, Harold, is responsible for doing the rounds and earning the living. While Albert is content with his lot in life, Harold longs to break free from the poverty and perceived humiliation of life as a rag-and-bone man. He also longs to break free from the clutches of his dependent and demanding father (who is another source of embarassment for poor Harold).
One thing I must emphasize is that this is not a sweet, gentle, light-hearted, cosy comedy. On the contrary, it's loud, hard-edged, antagonistic and abrasive what with all the bickering. Indeed, there are times when Harold can really be quite mean to his father. Albert, however, is not much better, for he is a discouraging father who frequently puts his son down, telling him he'll never succeed at whatever it is he wants to do.
Some of the gags in this series are nothing short of hilarious and are geared to elicit some hard laughs. But there is no free lunch here, and the humour comes at a cost, for it counterbalanced by a real pathos. Albert's appearance may be highly comical, but at the same time it underscores the fact that, for all the mileage he gets out of milking his aches and pains, he really is a frail and dependent old man in the winter of his life and his health is far from perfect. As for Harold, one is intensely aware of his frustration, and it's hard not to feel a real sense of pity for this "caged bird" who is as hampered by poverty and class as he is by his father.
To give a couple of examples of what to expect, in "PAYE Later," Harold discovers that Albert has "neglected" to inform the tax department that his wife (ie. Harold's mom) has died--nearly 20 years ago! Instead, Albert has continued all this time to claim the benefits for her. The hilarious upshot is that Albert must somehow produce a "Mrs. Steptoe" for the tax man to meet.
In "Desperate Hours" (my favourite episode), two convicts, roughly the same ages as the Steptoes, escape from prison and temporarily hole up at the Steptoes' home and demand money, food and a car. It's been a harsh winter and the Steptoes have none of the above. The four men get chatting and a rapport hilariously but poignantly develops between the two older men and the two younger men as they realise how similar their situations are. The younger convict is played by Leonard Rossiter (Rising Damp, Reggie Perrin). As for guests in some of the other episodes, fans of Are You Being Served? will enjoy an appearance by Frank Thornton (Captain Peacock), by Trevor Bannister (Mr. Lucas) and by Mollie Sugden (Mrs. Slocombe). Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous) also appears in an episode.
In conclusion, though intensely funny, there is a very real element of tragedy at play here. It works--indeed, it works very well, imbuing the series with depth and richness that I found very satisfying. This is a comedy that I enjoyed very much, but I enjoyed it just as much for the range of emotions it evoked and for jolting me out of complacency. In conclusion, if you're looking for a sharp-edged comedy that's got plenty of substance (and isn`t afraid to tread on a few toes), then I recommend checking this series out.
Baby Crib Mobile, Woodland Baby Mobile, Crib Mobile for Boys and Girls Nursery Decor
Baby Crib Mobile, Woodland Baby Mobile, Crib Mobile for Boys and Girls Nursery Decor
Be careful! Can be a choking hazard. My 8 month old wanted to touch the mobile. I allowed her to do so as it brought a smile to her face. I failed to notice when she touched it that the small tip of a bird’s tail feather came off and fell into her crib. It was small enough to be easily overlooked, but large enough that she could have choked. I’m glad I happened to notice it later in the day before she laid in her crib. The felt birds have tails that easily come apart. Do not let your little one touch the mobile and always check each piece. The tips of the tail feathers are not glued and are merely slid in slots. Please watch out! It is a beautiful mobile and I like it but I don’t recommend allowing your child to touch.
The Perfect Pie Pizza Peel Aluminum Metal Pizza Paddle 12” x 14” with Foldable Wooden Handle and 14” Rocker Cutter with Cover - Easy Storage Pizza Spatula for Baking and Slicing Homemade Pizza Bread
The Perfect Pie Pizza Peel Aluminum Metal Pizza Paddle 12” x 14” with Foldable Wooden Handle and 14” Rocker Cutter with Cover - Easy Storage Pizza Spatula for Baking and Slicing Homemade Pizza Bread
I received this item this past Wednesday. I used it last evening for a pizza party, as we used our new Ooni Koda
propane pizza oven. This was the perfect pizza peel for removing a baked pizza from this oven. I used a wooden pizza peel to launch the pizza into the oven but a wooden pizza peel is usually too think to remove a finished pizza from the oven.

The Perfect Pie Pizza Peel surpassed my expectations. It is a quality product and with the folding handle it is convenient to store.

The Rocker Cutter was also a nice surprise. Until now I had always used a rolling pizza cutter. The Rocker Cutter cut the pizza cleanly and without disturbing the toppings. I will probably never use anything else again.
Bess Bridal Bufanda grande de mujer para el invierno de cómodo tejido de tartán cálido, capa de chal
Bess Bridal Bufanda grande de mujer para el invierno de cómodo tejido de tartán cálido, capa de chal
Blanket scarves are the hottest trend right now, so I purchased this in the color camel because I just love the threads of red and green for the Christmas season. The colors are EXACTLY as shown in the images. This scarf is beautiful! Straight out of the package, it was very staticky however, I followed the instructions and washed it in cold water on gentle. I put it in the dryer on delicate with a fabric softener for just a few minutes to help get the static out and then air dried. I have had no issues with lint or fuzzies sticking to clothes as others described. I suggest washing before wear to eliminate those problems. I purchased a cream colored cable knit sweater to wear with it and the outfit came together beautifully! I did a quick google search on how to tie blanket scarves and watched a few videos and now have at least 10 different ways to wear this scarf. I am thrilled with my purchase and will be ordering more colors!

UPDATE: I ordered this scarf in a few more colors! Still no issues with static or fuzzies on any of the scarves that I ordered. . Washing it before wear must be the trick!

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