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This is an update of my initial review from a week ago and I wanted to post it so people will not be mislead by my previous comments. At first it was performing fine, but after several days I began to experience numerous problems with Webroot Antivirus. First, multiple Webroot desktop icons kept appearing on the desktop. Then Webroot was no longer showing in my programs list. It seemed to be working and scanning ok but then I began receiving Windows warnings that my computer was unprotected. So I reset my computer back to a previous date, then uninstalled and reinstalled Webroot. It was again showing in the programs list but Windows Defender suddenly became the default antivirus and it showed Webroot as being turned off. I was unable to turn it on, but again Webroot was still there and appeared to be performing normally but I didn't feel comfortable about it so I sent a message to Webroot tech support. After not receiving a response for quite a while I called Webroot tech support. I described the problem and the man asked for my email address and then put me on hold. I waited and waited and he never came back on the line and it's been almost 2 days and they never emailed a solution to me either. Very frustrated, I filled out the refund form on Webroot's website. I have since uninstalled Webroot and am now using AVG Internet Security 2013 which is running smoothly without any glitches. The only thing I can say in favor of Webroot is that they promptly refunded my money. I have a new HP laptop with Windows 8. Maybe Webroot is not compatible with my system, but in any case I can no longer recommend it.
I used this glue to fasten together some collection items and broken articles. It seems to hold very well; nothing has come loose yet. What was nice about the bottle was that the lid snapped off and you did not have to cut or snip anything. You can then snap the lid back on and it keeps the glue viable. (Unlike some glue that once you open the container, the rest becomes useless unless used right away.)
My first streaming box was the Matricom GQ. Had nothing but problems. After spending days trying to get it to work. Sent it back. I bought this. BIG. Difference.Works like it is supposed to do. Very Fast. Everything comes with it. As said in other reviews. The Remote is not the best. Right now I am using a wireless mouse. I plan on getting a wireless keyboard with trackpad. By the way. Their Tech Support is the BEST. They go out of their way to help. Very polite and friendly. When you call. They answer the Phone. AND. They all speak English. They are located in Florida.
I am a huge protein shake drinker and have tried many different kinds. Here is what I LOVE about Nutrition 53 Lean 1 Vanilla:
Not as good as the hose they sold 7 or 8 years ago, but it does stay flexible more than other hoses I've owned, except the Gilmour hose I purchased about 7 or 8 years ago, which is still holding up as strong and flexible as ever!
If you want a knife that attaches to your PFD then NRS is your only option. It has a good design and works well but the quality of the blade is definitely lacking. My brother is a raft guide and has the same one and loves it. If you are looking for higher quality maybe try the titanium one.
This was a really big purchase for our budget and I struggled with whether or not to get it. We are a vegan family and I have been reading the praises for Vitamix machines on blogs for years now. My cheap $20 or less blenders could never compete. I worried I would spend the money and find that the Ninja fell short too. But it didn't. Any guilt that I felt over finally splurging quickly dissipated as I found myself using the Ninja and various attachments again and again and loving the results. Smoothies are a breeze and definitely what ours is used for the most. The food processor makes pulsing chickpeas for chickpea cutlets, chickpea salad sandwiches, and of course hummus, simple as can be. Celery, carrots, and even onions are broken down perfectly. Making seitan and letting the machine work the gluten is great. The blender makes fantastic "snow ice". In fact, I am kicking myself for not doing snow cones for the kids over summer, but I hadn't thought of it. Blending spinach into muffin batter really couldn't get any easier. Blending up bread crumbs takes seconds. Blending ingredients for soups is a snap. Avocado chocolate mousse always comes out perfectly smooth. Cashew cheese is now something that even I can make.