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  • MARSHA BONIESKI - IT IS THE MOST COMFORTABLE PILLOW!! WORTH THE INVESTMENT FOR SURE!!!

    I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PILLOW TO ANYONE WHO HAS TROUBLE SLEEPING AT NIGHT. MY HUSBAND SAYS HE HAS SLEPT BETTER SINCE I GOT HIM THE PILLOW FOR CHRISTMAS! HE HAD TOLD ME FOR MONTHS ABOUT SEEING THE PILLOW ADVERTISED ON TV, AND THEN SAW THE INVENTOR OF THE PILLOW BEING INTERVIEWED ON TV. I SURPRISED HIM WITH THE PILLOW FOR CHRISTMAS. MY HUSBAND SAYS HIS NECK PAIN IS GONE AND HE COULD NOT ASK FOR A BETTER NIGHT'S SLEEP! WE BOTH HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT! I PURCHASED A PILLOW FOR ME TOO, OF COURSE! YOU WILL HAVE A GREAT NIGHT'S SLEEP USING THIS PILLOW!!

  • VeganAuD - Not feeling hungrey

    I have been usuing the tablets and decided to try the liquid. The reviews were great. I received the product on Thursday and started using it immedicatly with reduced appetite. I decided to go back and order a bottle for my daughter and was surprised that the price jumped 100%. Oh my!!!!!
    Hopefully, I will see continued results. I still have my bottle of tablets to finish so I am not in a ruch to purchase mre, but 100% jump in price. WOW!!!

  • Prabal Guha Biswas "Past is a dream..." - Fantastic and very thought-provoking. Unique style of writing.

    Really enjoyed the book. It is slightly difficult to understand as the writer seems to be a master of metaphor and his use of words and resulting sentences is something I don't remember coming across. The father-son bond is conveyed very beautifully. The man is almost feminine in his love for his son, but masculine in the way he protects his boy. The last few pages are heart-rendering and the end is open ended, as it should be.

  • Katie "book worm" - I Love My New Keurig!

    My husband bought me the new Keurig for my birthday and I absolutely love it!

    The Keurig 2700 has a very sleek look and allows you to choose the size of your coffee cup - up to 16oz - which is a huge improvement from my old Kuerig which never filled our smallest of coffee cups! You can also adjust the temperature as well as add froth and create iced coffee/tea drinks.

    **Of note: The new keurig does not use k-cups. Instead it uses Vue cups - at this writing there isn't a huge variety of cups available, but I'm sure the offerings will increase over time.

    Overall, I would highly recommend the Keurig 2700!

  • TheReliableOne - Zeitoun - Easily An American Classic

    A compelling account of the struggle of a New Orleans couple, Zeitoun immerses readers into the wrath of the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its terrible effects. Continuously making reference to Zeituon's past life in Syria, the American government is compared, exposed and critiqued for their many failures. This memoir clarifies many myths and assumptions and justifies the confusion and unpreparedness shown by FEMA and the US government. Within the context of the Hurricane Katrina aftermath, the importance of family is also seen in this memoir. Family, preparedness, US government and humanity are all factors addressed in Zeitoun. So before you flip to page 1, ask yourself, "Am I fully prepared to immerse myself in the lifestyle and experiences of Abdulrahman Zeitoun and take on Hurricane Katrina the way he did?"