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  • Melissa Tate - Excellent!

    Great for purse or booksack--to use in those times when you just HAVE to use a public/work restroom. Great product!

  • ben walker - Good read

    Rob Dugoni is an excellent writer, who has written a decidedly great story . This tale was well executed and kept the readers attention..

  • Matthew Mosqueda - Great for beginner- mid level player

    This deck is a great idea and has potential to be a tier 1 deck. A lot of people are complaining about it not having Marsh Flats or Thoughtseize but Wizards isn't going to just give us a pre-made tier 1. Besides they wouldn't just reprint one fetch land for an event deck. The idea behind this deck is for new players that are unfamiliar with the game to get started and help them build a strategy and get a feel for the game, or in this case the "Modern" format. If this had all the "money cards" people are looking for it would defeat the purpose of the deck being used as a teaching tool for newer players, experienced players would just buy it and gut it out for trade bait. This is probably by far the most competitive and complete Event Deck ever constructed and hopefully we will have many more to come.

  • Amanda Willette - I was told by a friend that you could rub ...

    I was told by a friend that you could rub this on your body and it would help with fat loss. I used this on fat pockets on my thighs and they have DRASTICALLY improved. I have only been doing it for about 10 or 12 days. I used a couple drops with coconut oil. I haven't used it much in a diffuser or orally. If you want to smooth out some lumps, try it!

  • Shawn Midile - Love them!

    First nice clubs I've owned. used only a few times and was pleased can't wait to get out there this year and tear it up on the course.

  • SeaDips - great product..packaging.. ummm

    I love this workout....very interactive, and its a lil weird when Jillian shouts at you when you think you're phoning it in....ive done the workout a few times but not consistently enough yet (due to travel demands) to see a major difference....but will edit my review to highlight the weightloss...It is intense enough to bring results for sure...

  • Paul J. Werbos - Limitations of Outlook forced me to buy a Mac

    If your idea of a great email package is twitter, or if gmail is all you need, then this review is not for you. But if email correspondence is essential to what you do (as it is for me), and you really do need to save and organize years of important documents and correspondence (as is true for me), you represent a market segment that Microsoft simply hasn't gotten around to serving here yet.