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Product was shipped in a box within a plastic bag. The box was smashed but sprayer was fine. There were no seeds in the package. A total waste of money. I have no idea if this method of seeding would have worked or not because I didn't receive the seed package. I would never buy this again.
I expected at least a nod to writing and illustrating, with photos, ebooks. Since these are so common there should be a market for photographers who can write, or partner with writers, to supply this emerging market. For what it does cover, it does fine.
I love the Lucas Davenport books but Virgil is by far my favorite. Fast paced and suspenseful, John Sanford always delivers a great story . Highly recommend
Al cass is my all time favorite valve and slide oil. it works very well and is always inexpensive. thanks!
I'm shocked at these 1 star reviews! I've had my stroller for over 4 years with no problems at all! Easiest stroller to fold up, big storage compartment, plenty of accessories, smooth ride, and best stroller of all. Definitely my favorite!
If you like to read mathematics and are wondering what others are doing this is a good read. I have the last few years worth and will continue to get them as long as they pursue their current level of quality.
I've been using QuickBooks for over 15 years to run my small business. The software is ok but the company is another story. Intuit adds annoying 'features' at will, making the software almost unusable for the small business customer, and nothing - NOTHING - that customers say will get them to listen to how unusable the change make the software. Case in point: a recent upgrade made it MANDATORY to log into each company file every time it is open, and the password has to be changed every 90 days and has to meet Intuit's formula for a strong password. This log-in is inaccessible to LastPass, my password manager. I really, really, do not like it - but it turns out that some people have multiple company files which they switch between, and tracking the passwords of each is next to impossible. So, of course, visible cheat sheets have to be used, and WOW does that make the software insecure! Intuit's customer forums are full of complaints, but the company turns a deaf ear.