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Regular Expressions Cookbook
Regular Expressions Cookbook
Regular Expressions Cookbook by Jan Goyvaerts and Steven Levithan. Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars, with 46 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Justice Series Boxed Set. Books 1-3
Justice Series Boxed Set. Books 1-3
Justice Series Boxed Set. Books 1-3 by M A Comley. Rated 4.1 out of 5 stars, with 97 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the m category.
MySQL and Perl for the Web
MySQL and Perl for the Web
MySQL and Perl for the Web by Paul DuBois. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 28 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
The Maid of the Mist
The Maid of the Mist
The Maid of the Mist by Melissa Franckowiak. Rated 4 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
The Last Alchemist
The Last Alchemist
The Last Alchemist by Erik Hamre. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 644 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling 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.
What Remains
What Remains
What Remains by T. Weaver. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 160 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Sams Teach Yourself Node.js in 24 Hours: Sams Teac Your node 24 hour
Sams Teach Yourself Node.js in 24 Hours: Sams Teac Your node 24 hour
Overall this book makes for good reading.But then why 3 stars?
Well for starters, the code in this book is outdated. You will feel the drag on your self-paced learning when you hit the chapters on Express.
The code in these chapters are geared more towards V3.x of Express. And when you set up Expressand generate your first web application you will literally tear your hair out trying to figure out why things don't work as described.

I compared the code in the book vs. the files generated in my Express application vs. the Express API documentation and realized that I was reading a book written for V3.x of Express whilst the one installed on my Surface Pro Tablet is V4.x . There are subtle and more pronounced differences between the two versions and instructions in this book for most part will not work with your Express application. Therefore here are some starters on some of the differences. For more details refer to this link - http://expressjs.com/guide/migrating-4.html
1. Starting the Express Web Application is completely different.
2. Editing .JADE view pages works best with Visual Studio (free version)
3. When starting with a JADE page, make up your mind on whether you're going to use [space] or [Tab] for indentation
4. Once you decide what your preference is, stick to it and DO NOT switch between [space] or [Tab] to avoid unpredictable behavior of the JADE engine!
5 If a certain JADE tag does not work, the first test would be to add a DOT in front of it to see if it works
6 Example: As shown in this book the inline script keyword does not work with v4.x, but script. works (notice a dot after the keyword here)
7 The good part is that variables, FOR LOOPS, IF-ELSE constructs work as shown in the book and you should not have major issues

With these workarounds, I've been successfully able to complete working on Chapter 06 of this book. As of now, I'm yet to try the mixins.
Lessons from the Legends of Wall Street : How Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Phil Fisher, T. Rowe Price, and John Templeton Can Help You Grow Rich
Lessons from the Legends of Wall Street : How Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Phil Fisher, T. Rowe Price, and John Templeton Can Help You Grow Rich
Before commenting on what's in the book, I would like to take a moment to point out what is not. When the history of the great investors is written about the years 2000 to 2020, it will be filled with names different than those studied in this book. We don't know who those people are yet, but they will probably do something different from what these great investors of the past have done. Caveat investor! A backwards look at investment styles often does not translate into superior rewards in the future. That's one reason why 80 percent of professionals cannot beat the market averages. See John Bogle's Common Sense About Mutual Funds for more details on that perspective.
If you already know who Warren Buffett, Benjamin Graham, Phil Fisher, T. Rowe Price, and John Templeton are and what their investment styles are or were, you don't need this book. If these people or the details of their work are unfamiliar to you, this book will serve as a good introduction to those perspectives. It will also take you less time to study than reading the more definitive works on these people. If any of the approaches excite you, I suggest you go in for more depth elsewhere.
What is unique and valuable about this book is an attempt to blend the styles into one you can use to pick stocks and bonds. I thought that it was done reasonably well. Each investor is laid out in the same format, and then the results are summarized in the last part of the book. Basically, you are shown how to gather and evaluate the most appropriate information, and then to make a decision based on your evaluation.
There is also some good material to help you understand your risk profile, so you can focus on the relevant types of investments for you. There are also some questions to fill out like those that financial planners often use (that should be no surprise, given that the author is a certified financial planner).
My only concern is that this book could encourage you to try to do too much of your own investment picking and monitoring. Most people don't want to be that involved. And most people don't have the time or interest to do the job well, even if they want to. Although it is exciting to think about getting great investment returns, the odds are actually against you. If great results interest you, even after those caveats, I suggest you read ChangeWave Investing and think about putting 10 percent or less of your money into that approach. It could be the outstanding result that will become equally respected with the past greats in the future.
In any case, enjoy using this well done book to overcome your misconception, disbelief and procrastination stalls about personal investing. Your brief apprenticeship with the masters outlined in this book will give you a better understanding of what successful investment processes have looked like. Then see if they fit you.
Live long and prosper!
Focus On: 100 Most Popular 20Th-century English Writers: Stephen Hawking, Margaret Thatcher, Kray Twins, Boy George, Richard Branson, Angela Lansbury, ... Christopher Hitchens, Jane Hawking, etc.
Focus On: 100 Most Popular 20Th-century English Writers: Stephen Hawking, Margaret Thatcher, Kray Twins, Boy George, Richard Branson, Angela Lansbury, ... Christopher Hitchens, Jane Hawking, etc.
Focus On: 100 Most Popular 20Th-century English Writers: Stephen Hawking, Margaret Thatcher, Kray Twins, Boy George, Richard Branson, Angela Lansbury, ... Christopher Hitchens, Jane Hawking, etc. by Wikipedia contributors. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with null ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Richard Branson" category.
Henry Ford's War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech
Henry Ford's War on Jews and the Legal Battle Against Hate Speech
When is Victoria Saker Woeste and Stanford University Press going to turn their concern with "hate speech" on some lesser cartoon cut-out than the long-dead Henry Ford? What about the contemporary rhetorical war on goyim, in which Woeste and fellow thought cops invest exactly zero interest and concern? Take for example the Lakewood, New Jersey yeshiva volume, "Romemut Yisrael Ufarashat Hagalut" ("Jewish Superiority and the Question of Exile"). Quoting from its contents: "The Jew by his source and in his very essence is entirely good. The goy, by his source and in his very essence, is completely evil. This is not simply a matter of religious distinction, but rather of two completely different species." Does anti-goyimite racism qualify as hate speech that must be interdicted?

Let us consider another charming book that has had a considerable influence over the Israeli army, "Torat Hamelech: Dinei Nefashot Bein Yisrael Le'Amim" ("The King's Torah: Laws of Life and Death between Jews and the Nations"). This book contains 230 pages on the halachic perspective on the killing of gentiles. The authors assert that "The prohibition `Thou Shalt Not Murder' applies only `to a Jew who kills a Jew." Torat Hamelech was published by the Od Yosef Chai yeshiva. It has received wide dissemination and the enthusiastic endorsements of prominent rabbis. At the entrance to Moriah, a large Israeli bookstore just yards from the Western Wall, copies of "Torat Hamelech" were displayed with children's books and halachic commentaries. The store manager, who identified himself only as Motti, said the tome has sold "excellently." Other Israeli stores carrying the book include Robinson Books, a well-known, mostly secular bookshop in a hip Tel Aviv shopping district; Pomeranz Bookseller, a major Judaic book emporium near the Ben Yehuda mall in downtown Jerusalem, and Felhendler, a religious store on the main artery of secular Rehovot, home of the Weizmann Institute. Prominent religious figures wrote letters of endorsement that preface the book. This is happening now. It is not a relic of the Great Depression era, like Ford's material.

Here is another quote from "Torat Hamelech": "In any situation in which a non-Jew's presence endangers Jewish lives, the non-Jew may be killed even if he is a righteous Gentile and not at all guilty for the situation that has been created," the authors state. Other books of this tenor include the Lubavitcher-sponsored "Baruch Hagever," which praises the mass murderer who slaughtered 40 Palestinians in Hebron in 1994, and Kahane's "They Must Go," which describes the entire Arab population as "malignant." We could go on, citing, in context (as Woeste does with Ford), quotes from such hallowed texts as the Talmud Bavli, Mishneh Torah, Tanya, and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch. Hopefully, what we have furnished herein will suffice.

When will see a book about the "Rabbis' War on Goyim and the Battle Against Hate Speech"? We could not find "Torat Hamelech" or "Romemut Yisrael Ufarashat Hagalut" in your book decrying hate speech. Why? You seem to be branding a prominent goy (Ford) with the Mark of Cain, while turning a blind eye to the hate speech of Right wing Orthodox rabbis who have signficant influence over the Israeli occupation troops who hold the lives of Palestinians in their hands, at the present time. When will we witness righteous outrage concerning the on-going hate speech associated with the War on Goyim?

[Hoffman is the author of "Judaism Discovered."]
Saved
Saved
Are You Ready?

I don't where I have put the CD but own this album in three formats, it is so hard to write about because it is so good and I have a personal attatchment to it. The discussion has to do with what kind of an album this is, and for it is all up close and personal. As it comes to Bob Dylan albums this one is the best of them, and if you are not a special Dylan freak, this would last long and be sufficent for you even if it is the only Dylan album you hear. Finding back to were once belonged is very difficult, you see during the first round when I was enrolled into university, I was here there and everywhere and after intense times I was hospitalised, divorced and the whole Shebang. It has taken me years to find a way to review this album. In truth this was an album I found while at a flea marken and I did not think of it so much at the time, only that was nice to have more Dylan albums and that was it. However this was the album I sought to have with me when I was hospitalised, Finding back to religion and regearing after a divoce are difficult things to go through, but as Bob Dylan wrote: ”Shake the dust off of your feet, don’t look back
Nothing now can hold you down, nothing that you lack”

Saved was personal album for Bob Dylan as well, and it is far beyond guthrie impressions or anything like that. This album makes up what Dylan really actually thinks and plans for himself, strong delievery and sincerity of Purpose, rich sounds comforting structure, and a Great sense for the contemplative side of Dylan.
”Nikodemus came at night so he would be seen by men, saying 'Master tell me why, man must be born again?”

”What ever pleases You, tell to my heart, I don't care how rough the road is – show me where to start” what a writer and true worry-free delievery. You will find an artist really at peace with himself on this one. Actually I am running of words, but, do not miss this one

Yusuf Islam was asked about his role models in a swedish daily paper, and Bob Dylan was his answer. It is easy to see now, while I was in treatment I listened alot to tapes of his Mountain of Light releases, and was still stuck on this Dylan tape, marvellous.

I Hope You're Ready
Deadpool Killustrated
Deadpool Killustrated
Forget about killing the Marvel Universe... Deadpool's gotta take out anything that may have inspired the Marvel writers! So he dives into all the great classics on a murderous rampage, and it's highly entertaining!

It's also shorter than I would have liked, which was the case with Part 1 as well (Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe). But it does a good job of continuing a storyline that goes beyond random carnage. If you're at least vaguely familiar with classic literature... Sleepy Hollow, Tom Sawyer, Moby Dick, Sherlock Holmes, The Jungle Book, Dracula... You'll get a kick out of this collection, even if you skip the first one.

The best part may be that as he kills each character, he sees visions of the Marvel characters that they were based on. The writers certainly gave it some thought, and the result is a lot of fun to read. I'm looking forward to the conclusion!
DIAMOND SELECT TOYS Marvel Gallery: Avengers Infinity War Movie Doctor Strange PVC Diorama Figure, Blue
DIAMOND SELECT TOYS Marvel Gallery: Avengers Infinity War Movie Doctor Strange PVC Diorama Figure, Blue
Dont pay attention to the presentation picture on the website. Its usually a prototype shown on Diamond Select statues thats shown on the box art.

Not a bad statue for the price. Getting a lower priced statue can be a crap shoot of quality on occasion but this is pretty good. Close to the level of detail in my Iron Studios Dr. Strange statue.

Detail wise its quite nice. All the patches and patterns on the cloak of levitation is actually impressive. The clothing and belts are also nicely done. It looks pretty close to Benedict down to the wrinkles on his forehead. The Sheild of Seraphim on his hand is pretty detailed too. It wouldve been cool if Diamond Select maybe trued to put some reflective material on the shield but its not a big gripe. It would also have been another nice additional detail if they put some glowing green bands on right out stretched forearm, which wouldve made the pose make more sense.

Speaking of the pose, its a but weird....strange you might say (lol or roll your eyes). He looks like hes force choking someone and again, some green ir orange bands on his forearm wouldve helped it

The paint is where is the quality drops but not much. Most of the paint is well done except for a couple slight smudges on the boot and hand wraps. Again not terrible considering how good the paint is on the rest of the statue, especially on the patterns on the cloak and the hair and the eye of agamotto, which im sure were a pain to paint. Again, its an affordable diamond select statue but for the price, the quality and detail is fantastic.
The Aquitaine Progression
The Aquitaine Progression
Great Idea for a thrilling novel,but totally unconvincing in terms of the way the storyline is hung together. I thought at times I was reading the rejected script of the"Doctor Strangelove"movie,,complete with a mad,mutilated General Officer in charge of the mayhem,and the pity of it is,that thirty plus years after it was written,some aspects of the plot still have a resonance ,particularly in the way our troubled world is trying to deal,not very successfully, with its problems today. I binned it,a few pages from the end!
Der Bourne Betrug: Roman (JASON BOURNE 5) (German Edition)
Der Bourne Betrug: Roman (JASON BOURNE 5) (German Edition)
Für die Jason Bourne-Romane und Filme interessiere ich mich vorwiegend deshalb, weil ich aus ihnen lerne, was alles zwischen Menschen möglich ist, wie Befehlende innerhalb der diversen Secret Offices Menschenleben aus den eigenen Reihen ohne Skrupel ausradieren um die eigene Position zu festigen; wie hochgefährlich "Terroristen" mit westlicher Ausbildung sich in geheimste Schaltstellen manipulieren können; wie Identitäten austauschbar sind, Memories ausradiert werden, wie der "Mensch "Agent seine Menschlichkeit ausschalten muss...und...und...Allerdings frage ich mich ernsthaft, wo sich um Himmels Willen die one and only Soul bei all dem versteckt hält. Ich z.B. bin auch so eine MARIE... und warte seit Monaten auf ein kleines Lebenszeichen eines "Jason Bourne", aber wenn und wie ich gerade in diesem sehr gut geschriebenen Roman lese, welchen allseitigen Gefahren auch der professionellste Agent ausgesetzt ist, kann der allerletzte Hoffnungsfunke auf ein Zeichen schwinden. Ich denke, dass die Inhalte doch ziemlich realistisch sind...leider! Wohl wegen der persönlichen Bezüge finde ich diesen Roman sehr fesselnd, äußerst spannend geschrieben und gebe deshalb auch die volle Stern-Hand
Astro Boy, Vol. 18
Astro Boy, Vol. 18
WITH 23 PAPERBACK BOOKS IN THE SERIES THIS BOOK HAS ALL THE WONDER AND EXCITEMENT OF THE FIRST TWO VOLUMES. YOU HAVE TOO BE A FAN OF EARLY ANIME. SOME MAY FIND IT TO SIMPLE COMPARED TO TODAYS FARE. BUT THIS IS WHAT I GREW UP ON . IN 1964 THE CARTOON CAME TO THE U.S.A. FOR THE FIRST TIME. EVEN THOUGH THE MOTIVATION WAS TO SAVE MONEY AND OUT SOURCE CARTOONS ABROAD. IM GLAD THEY DID IT. ASTRO BOY WAS JUST ONE OF A BUNCH OF JAPANESE CARTOONS TO COME. ASTRO BOY STARTED OUT IN THE EARLY 50'S AS A COMIC BOOK. IT TOOK ME 45 YEARS LATER TO SEE THESE MARVELOUS STORIES. IF YOU WANT TO SEE WHERE ANIME STARTED THIS SERIES IS A GOOD PLACE TO START!! MIKE AGE (58)
Revolting Rhymers: Competition Winners
Revolting Rhymers: Competition Winners
This kindle freebie are the poems that won and placed in a poetry contest for young children. The contest was to celebrate a new production of Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes.
For poetry by children under the age of 13, they are pretty good and properly gruesome. It’s nice to know that there are children out there who wonder about the BFG’s poo. Each poem includes a brief interview with the author – favorite Dahl work, favorite disgusting bit – things like that.
There is also a selection of poetry in Welsh. The poems are not translated but the interviews are.
Fenwick Houses
Fenwick Houses
Written in true Cookson style. Another of her books hard to put down. Brothers Sam and Don and a mother who showed favoritism to the oldest. Then the sudden change in Christine. She must have been so lonely. Her parents were good people but I think they Christine too much responsibility.
Escape on Venus
Escape on Venus
(I'm going to copy'n'paste this one into all of my Carson of Venus reviews)

Obviously Burroughs' two most famous creations are Tarzan and John Carter of Mars, but for me, I find his Carson of Venus books to be the most enjoyable of anything he wrote about.

Carson is a manly man, but lacks completely Carter's astonishing ego, and Tarzan's tremendous strength. He is modest, yet confident, and definitely not a super man---which makes his exploits that much more exciting and heroic.

The Carson of Venus series is one of those sadly all-too-common intentions of the Golden Age of SF and Fantasy which was cut short in its prime.

Carson, we hardly knew ya.
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Dover Thrift Editions)
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Dover Thrift Editions)
So far, in the last year and a half, I have read 15 of the Arden Shakespeare Collection and 'A Midsummer's Night's Dream' has the worst introduction of them all. The writer spends so much time with the history of the play's productions that the work itself suffers. In an introduction the work is the key, not its history. Analysis of plot, character development, metaphysics, key phrases, the characters' relationships to one another and to the text, motives, etc, are crucial, for me, before I read the play. I have nor seen that many of Shakespeare's plays, but I find reading them rewarding and exciting. But first, before I get started reading the text, I need a warm-up that smoothes me into the play. The writer of this intro, Chaudhuri, holds the key components of Dream at a distance, while going on and on about where it was produced, who produced it, the actors who played certain characters, its translation into movies, TV, opera, while staying completely away from the text. I want to know about the characters in the play and their interrelationships with one another, an analysis of crucial scenes and how they move the plot forward, how key phrases reveal the inner depths of the characters' motives; in short, a body of knowledge that helps me along as I read the play. Its production history should be in the last few pages of the introduction, not take up more than half of it. I have gone ahead with the reading of Dream without the aid of a good intro and it is moving along nicely but an in-depth intro would have been so helpful.
The Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book: Great Guffaws for Gryffindor
The Unofficial Harry Potter Joke Book: Great Guffaws for Gryffindor
I’m a grown adult with a pretty good sense of humour. I think. I hope.
And the jokes in this book are terrible.
I mean they are genuinely, groan inducing, self loathing if you chuckle, truly awful.
But my 10 year old, whos sense of humour is less refined than mine is (to be fair I’ve got 25 years on him, he can’t help being easily amused) LOVED this book. Which was handy as he was the recipient when I gave it as a gift.
So yeah. Great for kids, terrible for adults.
Harry Potter Juniors Slytherin Caped Polo Shirt with Tie
Harry Potter Juniors Slytherin Caped Polo Shirt with Tie
Bought this for my 12 y/o daughter for Halloween. I bought her a large, thinking she could get more use out of it/wear it next year and it seems to be more of a fitted large. Still fits great though, the patch isn't ironed on all the way but that's easily fixed.
+19 colors/patterns
+19 colors/patterns
This shirt is great! It's really cute and comfy. The first thing I noticed when I opened the package was that the fabric is a good weight - it's not flimsy by any means. Also nice and soft. I washed it and dried on low heat before wearing and it fits true to size. It looks good with jeans! I also like that it's actually three different pieces of fabric sewn together, not simply a pink shirt with navy screenprint - good quality

I do have a few issues with the top, though not enough to take away from the 5 star rating. First, the ties/strings were WAY too long. They looked weird - they came almost all the way down to the bottom of the shirt. For a Boho look, that might be cute, but for a hoodie it just seemed strange to me. Easy fix - I just knotted them where I wanted them to stop and snipped off the excess.

The other thing is that the photos shown on this listing are not completely accurate. For one, it is not fitted at all, even though the 'front view' photo above makes it seem so. Also, the ties on mine were solid pink, not the pink and blue as shown in the photo. The sleeves seem a little long to me - they come all the way to the middle of my fingers. My arms are on the shorter side so longer sleeves can be a problem for me, but these seem a bit longer than even a normal long sleeve shirt.

Again, nothing major and certainly not enough to knock the rating down a star - I really love this shirt and am wearing it right now for casual Friday!
Magic The Gathering - Stoneforge Masterwork (166/184) - Oath of The Gatewatch
Magic The Gathering - Stoneforge Masterwork (166/184) - Oath of The Gatewatch
This card is almost "Coat of Arms" except for an equipped creature rather than all creatures on the field.

Even if your equipped creature dies, you get to keep the equipment, unlike an Aura Enchantment.
Be sure to keep an eye on your creature count, if this is giving you +3/3 for your other 3 creatures, but than your opponent casts a Black card that gives all creatures -3/3 your equipped creature will die as the Black spell resolves.
This is assuming everything in your play is a 3/3 or less.

I feel like this has application in a good aggro deck, especially if you enjoy Colorless tokens. Conditional Permanent buffs are better than temporary ones to me. Instant and Sorcery cards are great and have a place.
Skeleteen Wizard Wands Party Favors - Magic Wizard Wand for Birthday Party Favor - 12 Pack
Skeleteen Wizard Wands Party Favors - Magic Wizard Wand for Birthday Party Favor - 12 Pack
My daughter wanted a Harry Potter theme for her 11th birthday so I needed to come up with some fun games to entertain the kids. These wands were perfect! We divided the girls into houses like the sorting hat would do and gave them a color wand that represented their house/team. Then they had fun taking photos with their wands at the photobooth. I found cute "spellbooks" online that the girls then used to create spell skits using the wands. I've read other reviews of similar wands that said they were very flimsy but I didn't not have any issues with these.
Meet the Patels
Meet the Patels
I love a cute love story as much as the next person, but it irked me to watch yet another movie about rejecting one's own culture to fetishize Americanism. Specifically, yet another movie holding up thin, White womanhood as the "prize." They don't even try to sugarcoat it. He blatantly disses women because of their weight, despite not being a stud-muffin himself. Then, the complexion-based self-hatred was almost vomit-inducing. They bring up the Indian trope of the homely, wheat colored girl... then proceed to crack jokes about it. I'm not saying those aren't realities in Indian culture, but the filmmakers could have been portrayed/handled them a lot better on-screen than they were discussed. The lady with the "No boys, no Blacks, no Muslims" was totally unnecessary. And, questioning the girl from the first date why she has so many Asian friends (like India isn't in Asia *eyeroll*) was crass. We get it; we already know that by being "open" to dating non-Indians the ONLY non-Indians he (and his sister, for that matter) would consider are photogenic, affluent White people. In their quest to include Indians who have found happiness with non-Indian partners, not one single couple they interviewed involved an Indian with someone anything other than White. The scenes of him hanging out with his friends from other cultures are a few Indians and a few White people. Nothing else. You're in L.A., and there are no Latinos in this ENTIRE movie? The only Black guy is someone in the background at a friend's house, playing video games on the couch? Ravi did not need to throw that many different demographics under the bus to get the point across he was already in love with someone who isn't Indian before this entire quest started. He also should have dedicated more screen time to actually OWNING UP to his own biases, rather than trying to brush them side with lazily inserted side conversations. Ravi and Audrey have a sweet story that didn't need to be packaged this way. We non-White women get enough reminders that we're the leftovers everyday.
Short Description of Gods, Goddesses and Ritual Objects of Buddhism and Hinduism in Nepal
Short Description of Gods, Goddesses and Ritual Objects of Buddhism and Hinduism in Nepal
This was a great introduction into the different types of Buddhism (north and south) and ritual objects associated with the various practices. Very easy pamphlet style read. There are black and white pictures or illustrations for most of the items as well as a brief description of what they are used for from postures and mudras to the significance of the surrounding objects. Deities vary from Shiva's Nataraja to Goddess Tara. Have a feeling that this will not be the first or last copy I own. Either it will become worn down fairly quickly from over use, or I will end up passing it on because the contents are too vital to keep all to myself and not share.
Sleep Headphones Personalised Gifts Sleepphones - Bluetooth Headband Sleep Headphones Wireless Sports Headband, Ultra-Soft Sleeping Headphones Built-in HD Stereo Speakers for Sports, Yoga, Sleepers
Sleep Headphones Personalised Gifts Sleepphones - Bluetooth Headband Sleep Headphones Wireless Sports Headband, Ultra-Soft Sleeping Headphones Built-in HD Stereo Speakers for Sports, Yoga, Sleepers
I’ve always had trouble falling to sleep and every night I rely on listening to things like audiobooks. Usually this is done via in-ear headphones or just playing the sound out loud from the iPad. The problem with headphones is they can be uncomfortable if laying on your side, and the wires are a problem as well. Playing the sound out loud is not ideal either as if I need to change the volume I have to physically move to get the device.

With that in mind, I thought I’d try a new approach with these. I have used basic face masks in the past and always found them to be uncomfortable, so the advertised ’soft material’ influenced my decision to go with these.

Item was delivered fast and well packaged (includes headband, charging cable and instructions)
The material is actually really comfortable and light, and doesn’t feel rough on the skin.
Battery life it excellent and doesn’t take long to recharge either.
The sound quality is great and is clear without any lossless.
It’s easy to connect to a device and I can go into other rooms without needing to take the iPhone/iPad.
Controls are simple and easy to use.

Overall, these are a better solution for me and I will continue to use them.

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