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  • Cynthia Carrillo - Great and Realistic Diet

    I have been on this diet for 2 weeks and have lost 6 lbs. I had a total of 15 to loose so I'm almost halfway there. The first 4 days were tough with the caffeine, sugar, dairy, gluten withdrawls, but now I am feeling great. Don't tell anyone but I even cheated a little and still lost!

    The foods are delicious and relatively simple to make. Takes a little time to learn the process, but now I'm loving it and plan on eating healthy from now on. Get the smart phone ap that goes along with it - it's really helpful.

  • brittlestar - Comprehensive Med school Info

    This book gives you the overall view of all the medical schools in the US as well as Canada. It includes the general requirements, range and average MCAT scores of the accepted class of 2005 and also characteristics of student body. Very useful for those who are doing research on where to apply.

  • New Yorker - Required Listening for Merrily Buffs

    I'm in the minority in preferring almost all the other Sondheim scores to
    this one, but I'm addressing this review to those who love the score: this
    is an excellent reading of it, much more complete than others (and, of course,
    including numbers written along the way in revisions), with a real theatre
    feeling to it. Some may prefer other singers in one role or another, but
    this is a fine ensemble, very much inside their parts. As for the new
    orchestrations: they aren't all that much different from the originals, and
    it's fascinating hearing the tuba get a solo in the overture! The last time I
    heard a tuba in a musical was in the 1927 Show Boat! Then, too, you're getting
    two CDs for less than what one CD normally costs (unless the price has gone
    up since I bought it). All in all, very worth having.

  • Marvin W. Burkett "Marvin" - Disney 2013 Passporter's Travel Guide

    we have been buying these since 2009 to take with us to Disney World. they are a must have companion for any trips planned to Disney World. the pictures are very colorful and very well done as well as the Planning section in the back of the book is excellent 4 keeping track of where you have been and will hold all of your receipts. Also, makes an excellent gift for a family that is traveling to Disney World for the very first time. we have purchased 5 different books for 5 different families going to Disney World for the first time and all of these families have promise to do the same when they meet someone going to Disney World the first time.

  • Sarah W. Kleemann - Can't get it out of my mind..

    I read this book about two years ago, and while there are some parts that are somewhat dry, it is mostly gripping, terrifying and intense. Without going into the story, it is a nonfiction report of one man's experiences during and after Hurricane Katrina and how he and his family coped. Despite helping others, he was subsequently victimized, terrorized and generally mistreated, along with many other citizens of New Orleans and its environs. When I first read it, I didn't believe it could be real, but time has corrected that view. I lent my paper copy to a friend, and then recently ordered it on Amazon because I will be recommending it to my book club and want to re-read it. Even though Katrina is long past, people are still suffering from its effects in climatic and political ways. Interestingly, the HBO series "Treme" picks up some of the same issues the Eggers writes about, and brings them frighteningly to life. I really think this book should be required reading by everyone.