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  • Linda M Bolyard - Loved this book!Dr. Phil's advice given in this book helped me to break off two "baiter/taker" relationships that were a huge stress in my life. After reading his reasons that these types of people aren't healthy for you, you have a choice - continue to let them use you or set a hard boundary that says "ENOUGH!!!!" Then move on to healthy relationships. I have always been taught to love everybody but many people will try to abuse you if you LET them! No more!
  • Staci M - A Must read for everyone with Colitis, Crohns and IBSWhen I was told about this book I was very skeptical but after being deathly ill for three months and going to the doctor many times only to be told they either don't know whats wrong with me or they think my symptoms are all in my head I certainly had nothing to lose.
    Its been a week since this wonderful book arrived and its been a week since I've had a flare up.
    Changing my diet has done more for my condition than all the pain killers the doctors pushed in my face.
    I'm still somewhat weak but I don't wake up 10 times a night to go to the bathroom anymore, My cramps are mostly gone. I no longer see blood when I go to the bathroom.
    my BM's are normal again.
    The recipes in this book are easy to follow and the diet is still somewhat normal tasting.
    I was so happy to find out I could use garlic,onions and butter.
    I miss red wine ,but someday I know I'll be healthy enough to drink dry white wine.
    I do wish there was some sort of calorie count with these recipes and an actual list of white wine brands I can drink later on, but those are minor complaints in comparison to being able to stay awake and leave my house again.
    This book has become one the most important books in my life.
  • Bob Bobson - FREAKING AWKWARD BANANA SLICERSIf you just scrolled to this like I told you to, tie yourself down to whatever chair you're sitting in, because this review is going to be a rough ride.

    For those of you that have your heads stuck under rocks, which apparently is the majority of this site, we have been SCREWING UP in terms of night time slicing and general banana-ing with Sigma Nu. I've been getting texts on texts about people's bananas LITERALLY being so freaking AWKWARD and so freaking UNSLICED. If you're reading this right now and saying to yourself "But oh em gee Bob, I've been having so much fun with my bananas this week!", then punch yourself in the banana right now so that I don't have to find you on Amazon to do it myself.

    I do not give a flying banana, and Sigma Nu does not give a flying banana, about how much you love to talk to your previously-owned slicers. You have 361 days out of the year to talk to your old slicers, and this week is NOT, I repeat NOT ONE OF THEM. This week is about fostering relationships with your HUTZLER 571, and that's not possible if you're going to stand around and slice with each other and not compare slicers. Newsflash you stupid bananas: SLICERS DON'T LIKE BORING BANANAS. Oh wait, DOUBLE NEWSFLASH: SIGMA NU IS NOT GOING TO WANT TO HANG OUT WITH US IF WE LEAVE OUR BANANAS UNSLICED, which by the way in case you're an idiot and need it spelled out for you, WE'RE UNSLICED SO FAR.

    This also applies to you little slicers that have talked openly about banana slicing with a different banana IN FRONT OF THE HUTZLER 571. Are you people freaking unpeeled? That's not a rhetorical question, I LITERALLY want you to email me back telling me if you're still on the tree so I can make sure you don't go to anymore night time slicings. If Hutzler openly said "Yeah we're gonna invite this Amazon user over", would you be happy? WOULD YOU? No you wouldn't, so WHY WOULD YOU DO IT TO THEM?? IN FRONT OF THEM?!! First of all, you SHOULDN'T be slicing at other frats, I don't CARE if your banana friend is in it, if your tree is in it, or if your entire plantation is in that frat. YOU DON'T GO. YOU. DON'T. GO. And you ESPECIALLY do NOT convince other slicers to leave with you.

    "But Bob!", you say in a whiny little voice to your computer screen as you read this review, "I've been cheering on our slicers at all the slicings, doesn't that count for something?" NO YOU STUPID LONG BEAN, IT DOESN'T. DO YOU WANNA KNOW WHY?!! IT DOESN'T COUNT BECAUSE YOU'VE BEEN SCREWING UP AT PEELING EVENTS TOO. I've not only gotten texts about people being freaking WEIRD at slicings (for example, being stupid and saying stuff like "durr what's a banana slicer?" is not funny), but I've gotten texts about people actually eating the banana with the skin. With. The. Skin. ARE YOU FREAKING STUPID?!! I don't care about health benefits, YOU CHEER FOR OUR GOSH DARN SLICER AND NOT THE OTHER ONE, HAVE YOU NEVER BEEN TO A BANANA SLICING? ARE YOU FREAKING OVERRIPE? Or are you just so freaking mushy about what it means to make people like you that you think being a good little supporter of the slicing community is going to make our slicers happy? Well it's time someone told you, NO ONE LIKES THAT, ESPECIALLY HUTZLER. I will freaking step on the banana of the next person I hear about doing something like that, and I don't care if you correctly peel my banana, I WILL FREAKING SMUSH YOU.

    "Ohhh, I'm now crying because your review has made me oh so so sad". Well good. If this review applies to you in any way, meaning if you are a little weirdo that stands in the corners at night eating unpeeled bananas, or if you're a weirdo that eats green bananas during the day, this following message is for you:


    I'm not kidding. Don't go. Seriously, if you have done ANYTHING I've mentioned in this email and have some rare disease where you're incapable of NOT slicing bananas with a different slicer, then you are HORRIBLE, I repeat, HORRIBLE REVIEWER FOR THIS PRODUCT. I would rather have 40 slicers that are good quality, have fine workmanship, and easy to clean than 80 that aren't. If you are one of the people that have told me "Oh nooo boo hoo I can't use a banana slicer I'm not sober enough", then I pity you because I don't know how you got this far in life, and with that in mind don't show up unless you're going to stop being a banana block for our chapter. Seriously. I swear to God if I see anyone eating an unsliced banana at tonight's event, I will tell you to leave even if you haven't finished it. I'm not even kidding. Try me.

    And for those of you who are offended at this review, the Hutzler 571 Banana Slicer works very well and is highly recommended.

  • J. Fuchs "jax76" - Stellar if not quite as wonderful as Wolf HallBring Up the Bodies can easily be read as a stand-alone novel without the reader first having read Wolf Hall, although the experience will certainly be enriched by reading Wolf Hall first.

    Hilary Mantel is the rare writer who can make another time period come alive without ever making you feel like you're being given a history lesson, but rather that you are observing real people with complex motivations and attitudes.

    Whereas in Wolf Hall the focus was on Thomas Cromwell and Henry VIII, in this novel the focus shifts largely to Anne Boleyn, and though the POV is still Cromwell's, its Anne Boleyn's story. All the characters you'd expect to encounter in a tale about the last year of Boleyn's life are there: Henry VIII, Catherine of Aragon, the Seymours, the other Boleyns, Chapuys, etc. Mantel does a great job of making the characters in the book into neither heroes nor villains, and the evocation of the time and place is done seamlessly.

    The second half gets a little too poetic and symbolic for my tastes, plus the book suffers from the strange grammatical device Mantel employed in Wolf Hall of using the word "he" without a clear antecedent, but in trying to make the story less ambiguous Mantel actually makes it worse by saying"he, Cromwell", which just points out how bizarre it is; at a certain point you just wish she'd say "Cromwell" without the "he" and get on with it. It's a small quibble, however, once you get used to the construction, but if you didn't like Wolf Hall because of it, you probably won't like this book.

    If you were a fan of Wolf Hall, however, you'll probably like this book, as will anyone interested in the Tudors or the beginning of the English Renaissance.
  • Kerri Davis - Great Dressage Explanations for Every RiderI ride hunter jumpers and this book is extremely relevant to this style of riding. Jane Savoie is a master at explaining things in a way that is easy to understand and gives great visual cues. I'm reading this book very slowly so that I don't miss anything and highlighting along the way. I've already put several of her suggestions into practice successfully and am seeing changes in myself as well as the horse I ride regularly. I wish I had bought this book sooner!