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School of Medicine | Medical Science Campus - University of Puerto Rico - School of Medicine - Sciences Medical Campus

Country: North America, PR, Puerto Rico

  • Teewest - So far, so good

    First, we don't play Little League so I'm not sure about their rules. Second, I did buy this bat at Academy because I wanted it that day, although the price on Amazon is about the same. Third, I wasn't sure about this bat because composites can crack easily and my son already has a 28 inch, -12 bat that he can't swing well. He had been swinging a 27 inch, -13 and hitting okay but without much power. This bat felt good and my son loves the gold and the graphics so for the price it was worth a shot. After one night of break in, my son hit 4 for 4 in game play with an in the park home run! He was so excited! My son is 7, 4'2" and 53 lbs. We play in a machine pitch league but I'm sure this bat would do well in coach or player pitch leagues. I can't comment on durability but I'm hoping this bat will get us though fall ball and next spring. If not, at $70 I can justify buying another one.

  • G. Ware Cornell Jr. "anotherlawyer" - Great comfort for 3D

    Our new Samsung UN55ES7500 55-Inch 1080p 240Hz 3D Slim LED HDTV (Black) came with four perfectly good pair of 3D glasses- good for everyone except my wife who prefers to wear her prescription glasses while watching TV. Shopping for a solution I found these Samsung compatible (2011 and 2012 model sets) 3D glasses.

    The 3D glasses easily fit over a pair of eyeglasses, which is exactly what my wife wanted. Her obvious comfort inspired us to test them for ourselves and shortly after the end of a 3D movie two more pair were ordered from Amazon.

    Unlike the manufacturer Samsung's supplied glasses, these third party devises do not rely on regular hearing-aid batteries, a recurring expense which increases the cost of the product. The 3Active glasses have a built in rechargeable battery, a mini-USB cable and a wall adapter. Charge maintenance has been excellent. So far has been that they have maintained a charge over several days of nonuse, enabling all of us to watch feature films with the need to pre-charge or recharge.

    Because these glasses are sturdily constructed like eyeglass frames, they do not slip around during a movie. The effect of this is to make the whole 3D experience that much more enjoyable.

  • Kayli - Great for exactly what it says--student travel!

    My boyfriend I are planning a trip through Europe and this book we've found great help in our pre-planning stages! It's great for exactly that, student travel-- has lots of good tips on inexpensive places to stay and cool attractions to look into. It also offers some discounts on the pages, when you spend money on this book, you save it later.

  • Robert R. Van Kirk - Very Provocative

    As a graduate of the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice with my Bachelors, I've done a lot of reading about police and public policy regarding criminal justice in America. Never in any of my classes did I come across a similar assertion to the author of this book. However, he does build a strong case for the militarization of the police and I've read accounts of failed community policing policies that were witnessed to in this book. I can only hope that politicians and police chiefs, not to mention current and future police officers, read this book.