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I love it! The color is adorable. I've seen a few reviews complaining about difficulty putting the case on but as long as you slide the back part on first with the bottom piece, you're really good to go. Also people have mentioned that it's cheaply made or doesn't line up nicely. Mine looks BEAUTIFUL. However, I've seen that some people received a keyboard cover with theirs but I haven't and I was kind of hoping for one. But I can't complain since that was never even guaranteed anyway. Hopefully this case will live up to my already high expectations from here on out.
After many tests, my husband and I were both diagnosed with IBS. We suspect that it all began with contaminated water, but can't prove it. We tried many treatments, both traditional and holistic, and several diets. For over 2 years we barely "managed" our symptoms with IBS-friendly cookbooks. I didn't want to manage IBS--I wanted to be free from it. Then, I read this book by Elaine Gottschall along with Restoring Your Digestive Health: How the Guts and Glory Program Can Transfom Your Life. These two books helped us more than all of the many internists, gastroenterologists, and infectious disease doctors we saw over the months and years of our illness.
For 4-6 months, we took digestive enzymes and probiotics and faithfully followed the Guts and Glory diet, supplemented by the info in this book. I believe some of the info in this book should be updated. For example, we did not eat so much cheese except for goat's milk cheese, and we never had soft drinks of any kind--only peppermint and chamomile tea, and water. It was not easy, and you can't cheat. We were so tired of eating the same thing for days. But, we were very ill and could not even go to work at times. We did not eat out in restaurants and travel was difficult. For us, it was worth the effort and experiment to see if anything would happen. Now we can eat what we want. My "wants" have changed as a result of this illness, though. I am more aware of the effects of food on the body and happily maintain a very healthy diet with occasional splurges.
I recommend Healing Foods: Cooking for Celiacs, Colitis, Crohn's and IBS and Prasad's Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet: The Grain-Free, Lactose-Free, Sugar-Free Solution to IBD, Celiac Disease, Autism, Cystic Fibrosis, and Other Health Conditions (Healthy Living Cookbooks) for supporting recipes which follow the plan. I made the 30 hour yogurt from raw milk purchased at a local goat farm with this yogurt maker: Tribest Yolife Yogurt Maker - YL-210 The diet calls for a lot of this yogurt with extra fermentation to help restore the proper balance in your gut. (Grocery store yogurt is only fermented a few hours.) With this product, you can make yogurt in quart jars rather than tiny cups.
I highly recommend these books to people who are willing to do whatever it takes to get well. If you are the type of person looking for a pill or a shot to make it all go away, this might not work for you. But if you have willpower, are proactive and believe that diet really can make a big difference in healing your digestive system, give this a try for at least 4 months. Incrementally, day by day, week by week, you might get better. That's how it happened for us. I'm glad we did it!
We purchased this TV on Saturday and it was delivered on Sunday from our local electronics retailer.
The 2D picture right out of the box (via Directv HD receiver) is incredible! We purchased a "Yogi Bear" movie in 3D for us and our kids to try out the 3D. We use our PS3 to play the 3D and it also looks incredible... you feel like reaching out and grabbing at the screen or dodging flying things as they seem to come right at you. When researching both "active" and "passive" 3D, we decided to go with passive. Keep in mind that passive 3D can be viewed with light weight regular 3D glasses, while "active" must be viewed with battery powered glasses that are a little heavier and more costly.
The internet access on this TV is great as well as the "magic remote." As stated in a previous review, if you've played a Nintendo Wii, you will have no problem using this remote at all. I imagine the learning curve is rather short for anyone new to this type of remote.
As it's only been 4 days that we've had the TV, I'm not sure how it will behave in the long run. Thus far, we are very pleased and we had a Samsung prior to this TV. I have to say we're sold on the LG 60LM7200... although none of us are 49ers or Ravens fans, we're looking forward to watching the big game this coming weekend on our new TV!
Everybody has either read or watched some kind of piece about what life would be like for humans after the world ended. The big difference with this novel is that it is devoid of hope, certainty, and even explanation. Driven to reach the southern shores of what-was-once-the United States, a nameless man and his son travel through a world full of ash and devoid of sunlight and food.
McCarthy does not hesitate on the gruesome details, the overly-dramtic and devastating things that humans will do in order to stay in this world and delay the next. Nor does the novel lack any religious and philosophical ideas that are more than central to Western thought. But more than anything, this is an an autobiography of human nature, and how the dynamic interaction of a father and his son can be the difference between life and death.
Perhaps the most intriguing thing about this book is the style of the writing. Essential English punctuation is thrown away and the narration is delivered in short, simple breaths that mirror the tone of McCarthy's post-apocalyptic world. In this sense, McCarthy reminds me of a modern Hemingway, where even the most direct sentence can give the most elaborate description.
Even so, Cormac McCarthy's novel will not be considered an extension of the writing crafts of those contempories of the previous century but will in fact be the gold standard of achievement for the new millenium thus far for the literary world.