Review: Hissey Kientz, LLP | Product Liability Law Firm | Attorneys, Lawyers | Mesothelioma Asbestos, Paxil, Zoloft, DePuy - Hissey Kientz LLP - A national product liability law firm based in Austin, Texas, the lawyers at Hissey Kientz LLP represent clients affected by mesothelioma and asbestos, Zoloft, Yaz and Yasmin, DePuy and Actos.

Country:, North America, US

City: -122.3558 California, United States

  • CraigG Knoxville - Not the best, but a nice visit with old friends.

    Not the best of the Virgil Flowers novels, but an interesting visit with old friends. The plot is pretty formula, but moves along at a good pace.

  • Christina Vazquez - Not what I wanted.

    I thought this was a smaller planner, it's the size of a notebook/coloring book. Too big to carry in purse. It's a nice looking planner but it's more of a coloring book.

  • Uniquely_Alone - Enlighten experience reading this book.

    This book has shown me a better way to channel my energy. Without causing harm to myself or others thank you.

  • G man - Most important is when searching the net, to have option of screening untrusted sites

    The disc does the most important job, where it enables you to click on your search page and enable only trusted verified sites which is the ONLY defense you have when searching a website for the first time. So this is major in prevention of obtaining spam, virus or threats.

  • Brandon Mann - Works

    Ive never owned a wood planer before, but i really wanted one because i just started up woodworking as a hobby. So far this thing has done what i needed it to do. I wanted to buy rough cut lumber to do projects with and plane it down. I took off one star because of the plastic handle that you use to crank it up and down with. There is nothing wrong with it at the moment, but i can see it stripping out eventually if you plan on using this thing a ton. For somebody like me though this will do what you need it to do.

  • Amazon Customer - Do not buy this clock radio.

    Terrible overall device programmed by a younger person who simply said I will make it different so no one can use it easily. The good point: Clear display, better sound than most cheap things currently in the store. Bad things: Many. No tactile feel to buttons. In fact there are no buttons only touch areas and you will never feel the difference from any setting. This means that when waking up there is one micro spot to point your finger and touch or you will go into other modes. Stupid. The instructions miss things that confuse. Programmer Billy says use the same lit icon to alter 4 or 5 functions. You must hold it for his idea of 3 seconds then touch it again and again to change to other functions just to set it up and his 3 seconds are different lengths than 3 seconds. So push soft or harder plus multi-tapping on certain icons in certain sequence is similar to safe cracking. I do not want to memorize this, it is a clock. And from day one, put in the K-cell and it is frozen and will never disconnect and physically come out. Waste of money.