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JavaScript Essentials (Smashing eBook Series 13)
JavaScript Essentials (Smashing eBook Series 13)
JavaScript Essentials (Smashing eBook Series 13) by Smashing Magazine. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Cassandra Admin DBA Guide
Cassandra Admin DBA Guide
Cassandra Admin DBA Guide by Prasad Bagewadi. Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars, with 11 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mongodb category.
SQL Database Programming (Fifth Edition)
SQL Database Programming (Fifth Edition)
SQL Database Programming (Fifth Edition) by Chris Fehily. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
Related Database (MySQL and CMD)
Related Database (MySQL and CMD)
Related Database (MySQL and CMD) by Dewi Mulyani. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
A Study in Scarlet [Classic Tales Edition]
A Study in Scarlet [Classic Tales Edition]
A Study in Scarlet [Classic Tales Edition] by Arthur Conan Doyle and B.J. Harrison. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 828 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Harry Potter i wiezien Azkabanu
Harry Potter i wiezien Azkabanu
Harry Potter i wiezien Azkabanu by J.K. Rowling. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 5 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Der Richter.
Der Richter.
Der Richter. by John Grisham. Rated 3.4 out of 5 stars, with 5 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
The Illustrated Stephen King Trivia Book
The Illustrated Stephen King Trivia Book
The Illustrated Stephen King Trivia Book by Brian James Freeman , Bev Vincent , et al.. Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars, with 20 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Beginning Java E.E. 7 (Expert Voice in Java)
Beginning Java E.E. 7 (Expert Voice in Java)
Beginning Java E.E. 7 (Expert Voice in Java) by Antonio Goncalves. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 62 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'Java programming' category.
File Structures: An Object-Oriented Approach with C++
File Structures: An Object-Oriented Approach with C++
File Structures: An Object-Oriented Approach with C++ by Michael J. Folk , Bill Zoellick, et al.. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 17 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Ruby programming category.
iOS Core Animation: Advanced Techniques
iOS Core Animation: Advanced Techniques
iOS Core Animation: Advanced Techniques by Nick Lockwood. Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars, with 26 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Swift programming category.
Henry Ford: As People Knew Him
Henry Ford: As People Knew Him
Henry Ford: As People Knew Him by Clinton LeFort and Fred Hartsook. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with null ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Henry Ford" category.
The Real Henry Ford
The Real Henry Ford
The Real Henry Ford by E. G. Pipp. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with null ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Henry Ford" category.
Donald Trump 45th President Colorized $2 Bill
Donald Trump 45th President Colorized $2 Bill
Very nice. Sad to see one of US greatest Presidents get all this madness he faces. If we make it out of this before we're all homeless eating zoo animals, he will ranked one of the USA's greatest.
Soul Train: 25th Anniversary Hall Of Fame
Soul Train: 25th Anniversary Hall Of Fame
The music on these CDs is a really good example where good music comes from. I read a quote on YouTube that went like this,” Today’s music is like microwave food. Cooked fast, and possibly not completely warmed through and through. We need it to be like grandmother used to do. Stove top, with enough spices for flavor, and on slow heat for a long lasting great flavor..” What happened to the great producers? Have they also gone to the microwave music? Many of these songs can take you to somewhere so funky. The problem for some, they think that they can find this type of funk with a GPS. Why not ask the older generation for directions like it used to be? I guess I am stuck in a good music time frame. But I see more and more young people commenting how they were born in the wrong decade. Not surprising or? I really suggest adding this to your collection while you can. Many hours of music you can reflect back to see why Soul Train was worth watching!!! Own this piece of history.
IBILI 761900 Pizza cutter s/s
IBILI 761900 Pizza cutter s/s
Bassa qualità dei materiali
Si è arrugginito al.terzo lavaggio.
La plastica si è staccata , praticamente l'ho cestinato dopo appena un mese. Peccato che era già passato il periodo del.reso.
The Vision
The Vision
I finished The Vision about two weeks ago. Work keeps me quite busy. Here I am now, giving you my review for a decent book. Stick around and see what I think.

The Ugly: There are two instances in the book, just two but enough to drown out the book, where Mr. Koontz made one paragraph a complete sentence. All he did was kept saying “and” over and over again. It was like a complete rookie mistake. I don’t think he could have made that as a conscious effort. It was two run-on sentences that lasted almost an entire page.

The Bad: Even though there is an epic twist in the book, it was one you could see coming from miles away. There were way too many red herrings in the book to count. You could see them the second you read them. The only reason I’m not putting this as “the ugly” is because of the nice twist.

The Good: The story is best part here except for the obviousness of who the killer is. I’m not trying to give too much away because of the surprise, but just know, out of the works he has written up to this point this is the best story. Hopefully the writing gets better.

Final Thoughts: I was going to give this a 4-star rating, but those two sentences that ran for most of a page took away from the book. They aren’t until towards the end of the book, but enough to hurt the book. I would say read it.
The Captain's Daughter (New York Review Books Classics)
The Captain's Daughter (New York Review Books Classics)
The Captain's Daughter is a novella published by Pushkin shortly before his fatal duel. It relates the adventures in southern Russia of a fictitious young noble, Pyotr, at the time of the Pugachov Rebellion, the Cossack/peasant/Old Believer uprising of 1773-75. Pushkin had carefully researched the rebellion and earlier published a monograph on the subject, The History of Pugachov.

Pyotr is assigned as a young army officer to an inadequately defended fort in the rebel area. The fort is attacked and falls to Pugachov. The commander of the fort, the Captain of the story title, is amongst those immediately executed by Pugachov. Pyotr is spared because of a kindness he showed a peasant fellow-traveler whilst on his way to the fort. The fellow-traveler proves to be Pugachov, who remembers him favorably. The Captain's daughter, Masha, whom Pyotr wishes to marry, is hidden by a servant, but thereby becomes subject to the depredations of another young officer, Shvabrin, who opportunistically declares his support for Pugachov and is given command of the fort. Masha therefore stands in urgent need of rescue.

Those who have not read The Captain's Daughter before have a pleasurable read ahead of them. But the story has long been available in other English translations, so many readers of this new edition will already be familiar with it.

Why re-read the story, and why buy a new edition to do so? The story definitely justifies re-reading. Chandler writes that it 'may be the most subtly constructed of all 19th century Russian novels.' That is high praise indeed, and Pushkin's story is certainly nothing like so simple as it at first appears.

Chandler also writes that individual characters in The Captain's Daughter anticipate counterparts in War and Peace; and that Pushkin anticipates Tolstoy's entire philosophy of history. The latter is a huge claim, and I for one would relish a detailed discussion of the subject.

We don't get that here, but we do get significant help towards new insights into The Captain's Daughter, Pushkin as a serious historian, the art of translation, and more.

Chandler's essay on aspects of translation, Coats and Turncoats, will surely become a classic on its subject, essential reading for all students of translation, and indeed all with any interest in the subject. Taking The Captain's Daughter as its text, it brings to our attention several aspects of the work that might otherwise have been missed.

This edition also includes a chapter that Pushkin omitted from the final version of The Captain's Daughter but nevertheless carefully preserved. Chandler writes that it is 'of interest primarily for its vivid and historically accurate picture of the latter stages of the Pugachov Rebellion'. A rattling good yarn in itself, I recommend that neither that nor any other part of this excellent edition should be skipped.
Showdown at Yellow Butte: A Novel
Showdown at Yellow Butte: A Novel
I'm a Louis L'Amour fan. This is probably a very early work or one finished by someone else. I think it's early. It has many of the typical elements of his stories, has some of the smooth flow in places but it's choppy overall and too long. Never thought I'd say that as I'm usually sorry when one of his books ends. It was all right, I finished it. I found it an interesting view into his development as am author (if I'm right that this was an early work). The most glaring difference between this and the L'Amour I'm used to is very little feeling and humanity to the characters. As an example the bad guys made a raid on the town, killed a couple innocent citizens and then the protagonist said something about at least no real trouble had occurred yet. As if the tragedy and hardship of people was not yet very real to him as it was later. This being probably about my hundreth LL book (including rereads), it was interesting to compare this. Do NOT, however, take this as an example of his writing talent.
The Celestial Bed
The Celestial Bed
This was a story about a sex therapist, Dr. Freeberg and one of his sexual 'surrogates', Gayle Miller. After the Doctor is ran out of Arizona with threats of charges of pandering and prostitution, he moves his family and his practice to Southern California where he has to defend his beliefs once again. While I did not consider this to be a love story, I did enjoy the romance between Gayle and Paul Brandon, who also worked as a sexual surrogate in Dr. Freeberg's office. The people that this couple try to help could also cause the destruction of Dr. Freeberg's practice. If the author was looking for a new title of this book he could have easily called it "A GUIDE TO SEXUAL FULFILMENT", because it was full of intimate instructions on reaching sexual satisfaction. Overall it was a very good book that was well worth the time spent reading it.
Karen's Worst Day (Baby-Sitters Little Sister #3)
Karen's Worst Day (Baby-Sitters Little Sister #3)
NO FAIR!...Karen is having a bad-luck day. Her favorite jeans are missing. There's no prize in the Crunch-O cereal box. And Boo-Boo cat runs away from her!
Karen tries everything to make her day better. But her bad luck just won't go away. She even gets punished and sent to her room!
Poor Karen--Will this be her worst day ever?
Wheels
Wheels
This wasn't my first time reading this book, but when I saw it in Kindle, I jumped at it. There was no backside title page in the Kindle edition (where one usually finds the year first published) but I believe from what I remember when I first read it at age 16 that it was published in the early 1970's. As a lifelong car guy, I found the book fascinating. Hailey presents a deep, well-researched look inside the auto industry. The story is told through a series of plots involving characters across the spectrum who work for one of the "big three" American auto makers. It is up to the reader to decide which company the story is about. I savored the book and wished it had lasted longer. As a result of reading Wheels, I am now beginning The Moneychangers.
Barkbelly
Barkbelly
Everything old is new again. In this day and age authors aren't afraid to revitalize old story ideas. They aren't afraid to face critics who may pooh-pooh their efforts for being overly familiar. Such a critic was I when I picked up "Barkbelly" for the first time. Being the shallow cad that I am, I was drawn to its cover. Illustrator Peter Brown's mesmerizing image of a boy running for his life had a kind of "Jimmy Corrign" Chris Ware look to it. Later, when I had it at home, I glanced at the plot summary. The words "wooden boy" popped right out at me. Uh-oh, think I. Wooden boy? Have I just grabbed myself a Pinocchio rip-off? Further scanning of the summary without actually reading it(I like plots to surprise me) and the words "shiny wooden egg" also caught my attention. Uh-oh, think I. Eggs? Not Pinocchio then but potentially something equally odd. So with a mind fully prejudiced to dislike this book based on four words I dove headfirst into the novel. Let that be a lesson to you, my children. No matter how odd a book may sound, if it's well-written enough it'll trump even the best founded of prejudices. My prejudices were on remarkably shaky ground to begin with, so it didn't take long for Cat Weatherill to win me over. Yes, it is about a wooden boy who comes from a wooden egg. It is also a rousing quest tale and a great story about facing up to your past and finding people (both good and bad) in the world.

A wooden egg falls from a flying machine down down down to the earth below. It lands in a field where it waits. When the harvesting of that same field begins, the egg happens to bean one Gable Gantry upside the head. The man isn't hurt particularly but the owner of the field wants nothing to do with the object, so Gable takes it home to his wife. She cleans it off and displays it in the window until, on one particularly cold night, the two decide to toss it on the fire. In a flash and a bang the egg suddenly bursts from the fire, grows arms and legs and a head, and is a small screaming infant. The childless couple is delighted and name the wooden baby Barkbelly. Barkbelly, however, grows at an inconceivable rate. By the end of the month he's the size of a ten-year-old boy. The village accepts him readily enough but when the boy is involved in an unfortunate game of Bull Run with another boy he finds himself fleeing the village for his life. Now Barkbelly is on an adventure like no other. He works in a factory making jam, joins the circus, is captured by pirates, and finally discovers the truth behind other wooden people like himself. The question is what is he going to do with this knowledge, now that he's found it?

The book gets off to a slow start. It isn't until page 73, actually, that you hit the incident that makes Barkbelly run. But that isn't to say that what comes before isn't necessary. The real point of this book is that freedom, for all its disadvantages, is the right of every living creature. Barkbelly tends to some very large hedgehogs (or urchins) early on in the book and finds himself saddened by the idea that they are prisoners of the man who tends to them. In freeing them Barkbelly (quite unbeknownst to him) saves himself in the future. There are other themes and stories floating about the book as well, of course. There's the idea that when the truth comes, it tends to come slowly. The idea that family is what you make of it and just because you're directly related to someone, that doesn't mean they're like you. I liked that Weatherill took the old elderly-childlesss-couple-adopts-a-strange-creature-as-a-son idea and pumped some new life into it. Heck, I liked a lot of things in this book. I liked that for much of the time Barkbelly thinks that he's invincible. Aren't all young people like that? Of course, in his particular case, Barkbelly has some evidence to back him up. He's found, early on, that if a part of him is chopped off it just grows back and he never feels any pain. It comes as a really great shock to him to discover that he can be killed by fire. If we're looking at themes in this book, the greatest perhaps is that of a human being growing up. "Barkbelly" is an ideal metaphor packed in a children's book.

And the writing itself is quite nice as well. Weatherill has skillfully created a little world that doesn't try to do too much. Some first-time children's writers pack as much fantasy elements as they can into a book in the hope that it will make it good ("The King In the Window" by Adam Gopnik commits this crime, I believe). This author, however, knows exactly what she wants to bring into this story and does so. There are some fantastical things, of course. People make of wood, giant urchins, and the like. But for the most part this is a realistic story, and that realism makes you really care and worry for Barkbelly. When he sets off into the great big bad world, you know it's going to be just as nice and ugly as our own. No magic is going to poof him out of his difficulties (except at the end, but I'll get to that). No fairy with a wand is going to make his troubles go away. It makes for a much better read. Even at the beginning the book gets your attention with some lovely descriptive passages. A parrot trying to eat Barkbelly's egg, "tasted salt and sand, forest and fern". When it comes to writing and great characters and a wonderful plot (that really takes off after page 73), "Barkbelly" has them all beat.

Of course, the book isn't perfect. Not quite. I was quite excited as I reached its end. I thought Weatherill had something pretty special going on. Then I reached the climax of the book and my little heart sunk. The book relies on a miracle to save Barkbelly at the end and while I won't tell you what that miracle is, it's kind of a cheap escape. Not that the author doesn't set you up for it long in advance. Say what you will about Ms. Weatherill, she definitely knows how to tie all her loose ends together. Just the same, I've little use for miracles in children's books. To me they're just cheap cop-outs. Authorial short-cuts to a happy ending. I've other objections to the climax as well but saying what they are would give away the book's finale and I don't want to do that. I know that a lot of people will differ from me on this subject, so I won't belabor it. Suffice it to say, it disappointed me but didn't quench my love for the novel. In fact, Weatherill ends her story with a wonderful little fable. The fable is so well told and so spot-on that I almost wish that the author would consider plucking it from "Barkbelly" and making it into its own separate picture book. I can promise at least one interested customer for such an object.

In the end, I'd recommend "Barkbelly" to any and all interested children. Recently I've been reading a lot of children's books that are fantastical in nature but would be more appropriate for older kiddies. The nice thing about "Barkbelly" is that it can be read to kids of all ages. I don't know how interesting some would find the passages that talk about the intricacies of a jam factory, but by and large this is a gripping epic of a tale that ties up neatly and with some great (dare I say?) lessons along the way. One of my favorite books of the year, no question.
Magic The Gathering - Indulgent Aristocrat (118/297) - Shadows Over Innistrad
Magic The Gathering - Indulgent Aristocrat (118/297) - Shadows Over Innistrad
"A great card for my vampires commander deck. It fits well with the themes of the deck and is great to cast at this point in the curve." - Kevin B

"Prompt delivery. Great prices. Exactly as described." - richard nicholls

"The card was in great condition. Exactly what I needed." - zachary horn

"Great price and is a valuable addition to my deck." - Brandon

"Awesome" - Iziquiel

"Exactly what I wanted." - Greg
HARRY BOSCH SERIES/THE POET/THE NARROWS/THE BLACK ECHO/THE CONCRETE BLONDE/A DARKNESS MORE THAN NIGHT/ANGELS FLIGHT/THE CLOSERS/TRUNK MUSIC (HARRY BOSCH SERIES)
HARRY BOSCH SERIES/THE POET/THE NARROWS/THE BLACK ECHO/THE CONCRETE BLONDE/A DARKNESS MORE THAN NIGHT/ANGELS FLIGHT/THE CLOSERS/TRUNK MUSIC (HARRY BOSCH SERIES)
Having read almost all (except the most recent) of the Michael Connelly/Harry Bosch books in paperback over the years I jumped at the chance to buy them in this kindle collection for a re-read, and with the collection being in Kindle format it's not too heavy to take on holiday.

As far as the books go I have enjoyed the progression of the main character over time, and enjoyed the surprise crossover with another of his characters in a couple of the more recent books. I feel like many of my former favourite authors have got a bit lazy in recent years, relying either just on their name or on their 'apprentices' to write books for them. I don't feel that way with this author. I feel like he still cares about his characters and doesn't just use them to make money off their names.
Smiling Wisdom Hermione Granger Magic Wand - Harry Potter Themed - Empowering Greeting Card - From a Parent, Teacher, Mentor, Coach, Friend, Teen, Grad Anytime Gift – 4.5" Antique Silver
Smiling Wisdom Hermione Granger Magic Wand - Harry Potter Themed - Empowering Greeting Card - From a Parent, Teacher, Mentor, Coach, Friend, Teen, Grad Anytime Gift – 4.5" Antique Silver
Perhaps the single most touching, heartwarming item I have purchased online, to date...
As a person who struggles putting words to paper, these cards are poetic, searing, and a mirror to my heart.
Dare I say, it's as though Smiling Wisdom can hear my soul speak....
I ordered 3 of these cards; they come so beautifully packaged - I gasped! - all I did was add a ribbon to present them.
My sincere Thank You to Smiling Wisdom for these beautiful expressions of emotions.
I ordered a total of 3 cards - and each jewelry piece is magnificent - stunning!
I will be back again and again...
My heart (and soul) Thanks You -
Best Design
Best Design
I absolutely LOVE this set. SO easy to do. My sister and I did this in a couple of hours- and this was the highlight of the party! We used an air compressor to blow up all of the balloons. The confetti wasn't sticking to the balloons and I read a tip that said put a drop of water in each before inflating, and press on the sides to get the confetti to stick. Then inflate. This worked pretty well. Also I definitely recommend using the balloon tying tool- YouTube how to do it, it makes it so much easier on the fingers. We used the glue dots- careful those things are STICKY and no joke. Put the large balloons in the plastic strip first- then add in the medium and lastly the small to fill the spaces. The included adhesive clips made hanging on the backdrop super easy and secure. We assembled the balloon arch the night before the party- and it help up well. The only weird thing was that our gold balloons would randomly pop- so I don't know if they were a bit too big or what. Otherwise- held together well and was easy to assemble. Recommend!
Superga 2750 COTU Yellow Sneakers Unisex Canvas Shoes
Superga 2750 COTU Yellow Sneakers Unisex Canvas Shoes
With a knee replacement two years ago, I really need to stick to flats. These are superb - funnily enough, it's really difficult to find flat shoes that are just the right comfort - not too flat and some give in them. These are perfect! Great colour choices too - I know own three pair and just bought some for the hubby too.
Brick Simulator 2020
Brick Simulator 2020
To those giving a bad review, please read the description. The dev upfront states it’s trash, it’s called humor.
New Zealand Baby Sheepskin, Ethically Sourced, Silky Soft Natural Length Wool, Un-Shorn Baby Care Lambskin Rug, Premium Quality, LRG 34-36 inches in Length
New Zealand Baby Sheepskin, Ethically Sourced, Silky Soft Natural Length Wool, Un-Shorn Baby Care Lambskin Rug, Premium Quality, LRG 34-36 inches in Length
There are a few of these lambskins available here on Amazon by different companies. The length on this one caught my attention, but the lack of reviews made me wonder if I should get this or buy one that had a lot of great reviews.

I bought this for my baby who HATES tummy time. I mean really, truly hates tummy time. He struggles with it a bit and most mats made for tummy time are slippery. This, however, he doesn't mind and actually was smiling while laying on it. It gives him something to grip. It's more comforting. It's just easier and less stressful for him.

The length is perfect. I had read in one review that it wasn't as long as the person wanted. I wouldn't say that should deter you if you're considering buying it. It's definitely longer than other rugs of this type, but keep in mind this is designed for a baby to use. Your hand isn't supposed to sink into fur up past your wrist.

It really doesn't have a smell. I mean, it may smell like faint, clean, wool but that's it. It seems very hygenic. I love that it's machine washable.

When he's done with it, it will grace the seat of my computer chair. That's where I keep it now when it isn't tummy time.

It's very soft. It's lovely. It will last us for a lot of years to come. Definitely worth the investment.
Android 10.0 Car Stereo Radio Multimedia Player for Jeep Dodge Chrysler, Bluetooth GPS Navigation with 5 Inch Touch Screen Quad-Core 2G RAM USB SD Port Supports TPMS DVR OBD2 Backup Camera
Android 10.0 Car Stereo Radio Multimedia Player for Jeep Dodge Chrysler, Bluetooth GPS Navigation with 5 Inch Touch Screen Quad-Core 2G RAM USB SD Port Supports TPMS DVR OBD2 Backup Camera
I am installing this stereo in a 2001 Chrysler Town and Country. It has the Infinity sound system option. The stereo is basically and Android smartphone/table built into a car stereo form factor. The functionality of the unit seems to be of what one expects from a off brand manufacturer. So far I have got everything I want to work....with some option taking more effort. The basic wiring was plug and play. The provided connectors fit the stock wiring harness fine. The was an optional harness for the newer year version of the wire harness that I didn't need use but was nice to see included. The unit does take about 30 seconds to boot up like previously mentioned in other posts. The major issue I had was with the instruction manual and product description on the main sales info page. First the main sales info page describes the steering wheel connection as "Steering Wheel Control Ready Dual Channel CANbus. (Steering Wheel Control)" This is missleading as the steering wheel control protocol for all the model years listed is PCI bus. With that being said it is compatible with the input controls for the PCI bus protocol. Now all the newer model years of the before listed have now switched to CAN bus. The unit may be compatible with both? The manual described how one would use the steering wheel control menu to program the steering wheel buttons. However it did not describe how to connect the steering wheel control wires from the stereo to the steering wheel controls.
I finally found the answer on a JEEP forum. Jeep and Chrysler are "family" so the architecture of the wiring harness is identical except for the wire harness colors. The main wire needed for steering wheel control, independent of wire color scheme, is the "radiio control mux" wire. For my installation the stock wire color was "grey with white stripe". The 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee it was "Red with yellow stripe". If you are unsure of the color wire you must find the wiring diagram of your model and confirm, regardless of color it is labeled "radio control mux". Remember there is another wire in the stock harness labeled ""radio control mux return", do not cut or splice this wire... ! The wire will be under the steering wheel cowling cover, my cover was easily removed with 3 screws. Cut the wire from the "radio control mux" after the connector from the clockspring. Then connect a new wire from it to the "KEY1" wire of the stereo. SIDE NOTE- KEY1 labeled wire on stereo harness is also called SWC1 on the wiring label of the stereo. After that go to the "SWC" menu and program the buttons and done
Drafting Chair Tall Office Chair for Standing Desk Drafting Mesh Table Chair with Foot Ring (Dark Black)
Drafting Chair Tall Office Chair for Standing Desk Drafting Mesh Table Chair with Foot Ring (Dark Black)
 I had my desk chair for almost 15 years and it was time for me to get a good chair for myself. Since I am surrounded with programmers and home-working moms (and my husband is programmer, too) they have recommend me a “Ergonomic Office chair” since I am on my desk almost all day.

I wanted to get one that is good for standing desk which can go up very high (since my reg chair my son kept climbs over it sigh)and this served well for that purpose. It goes super high😍🚩.

I had no trouble assemble this myself and it was inly one part I had trouble (I will include pic here) with however it is not hard at all. Once it was assembled the smooth wheel on chair made it so easy to move it to my office room.

After using this chair, I have much more comfort from sitting for hours and my back does not feel bad as before which I love!
Plus, I love mesh design that does not keep my body temp. hot as reg. Chairs.

Love it and I recommend people for who has standing desk.
Haribo Discos Negros (2kg)
Haribo Discos Negros (2kg)
Estos caramelos han sido un gran descubrimiento. Duros por fuera y tiernos por dentro tienen un delicioso sabor, mejor dicho sabores, ya que hay varios. Son bolas de tamaño considerable. Y aunque en principio el tamaño de la bolsa pueda parecer grande (2000 grs), ten por seguro, que los acabarás mucho antes de lo que te imaginas. Eso sí, yo recomiendo cerrar bien la bolsa una vez abierta con una pinza de las de cocina.
FIESTA Kojak Sin Azúcar Caramelo con Palo Sabor Cereza - Caja de 70 unidades
FIESTA Kojak Sin Azúcar Caramelo con Palo Sabor Cereza - Caja de 70 unidades
Soy diabético desde hace años y cuando encontré este producto me ilusione bastante ya que los Kojak de toda la vida me encantan por su sabor y el chicle del final, pero al tener azúcar no puedo abusar de ellos. Pero cuál fue mi sorpresa que al recibirlos no llevan chicle, quizás tendría que detallarse en la caja ya que a los que nos gustan los Kojak nos esperamos el chicle. Respecto al sabor no se asemeja nada al Kojak original, no esta malo pero no tiene nada que ver si esperas algo parecido a su versión con azúcar.

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