Stetson Baker

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MySQL Administrator's Guide
MySQL Administrator's Guide
MySQL Administrator's Guide by MySQL AB. Rated 3.4 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the mysql category.
『ファンタスティック・ビーストと黒い魔法使いの誕生』  <映画オリジナル脚本版> ファンタスティック・ビースト (Fantastic Beasts) (Japanese Edition)
『ファンタスティック・ビーストと黒い魔法使いの誕生』  <映画オリジナル脚本版> ファンタスティック・ビースト (Fantastic Beasts) (Japanese Edition)
『ファンタスティック・ビーストと黒い魔法使いの誕生』  <映画オリジナル脚本版> ファンタスティック・ビースト (Fantastic Beasts) (Japanese Edition) by J.K. Rowling and 松岡佑子. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 13 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the J. K. Rowling category.
Du bist nie allein: Roman (German Edition)
Du bist nie allein: Roman (German Edition)
Du bist nie allein: Roman (German Edition) by Nicholas Sparks and Ulrike Thiesmeyer. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 121 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
Firestarter
Firestarter
Firestarter by Stephen King, Dennis Boutsikaris, et al.. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 515 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Ha-Sahtan
Ha-Sahtan
Ha-Sahtan by Grisham John. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Hearts in Suspension
Hearts in Suspension
Hearts in Suspension by Stephen King, Michael Alpert, et al.. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 46 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
SQL in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself
SQL in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself
SQL in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself by Ryan Stephens, Arie D. Jones, et al.. Rated 2.7 out of 5 stars, with 25 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the 'SQL database' category.
Beginning F# (Expert's Voice in .NET)
Beginning F# (Expert's Voice in .NET)
Beginning F# (Expert's Voice in .NET) by Robert Pickering. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 6 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Objective-C programming category.
Software Security: Building Security In
Software Security: Building Security In
Software Security: Building Security In by Gary McGraw. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 45 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Go programming category.
Mastering Excel 5 for the Mac
Mastering Excel 5 for the Mac
Mastering Excel 5 for the Mac by Thomas Chester and Julia Kelly. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Julia programming category.
Hands-on Node.js
Hands-on Node.js
What you get with Hands-On Node is essentially a selection from the Node API docs with added annotation. Some of the text comes straight from the docs; some of it provides a little more detail, including a few tips and best practices. You'll also get homework, in the form of exercises at the end of certain sections (with possible solutions in the back).

The book is geared toward developers who have some server-side knowledge, some JavaScript knowledge, and little to no experience with Node. If that's you, and you've tried reading the API docs but aren't really sure how to start pulling things together, you might find this book useful. Or maybe you just really don't like screencasts and wish you could find more written guides.

The Good:
- The tips, pointers and cautions;
- The exercises;
- The effort by the author to get this info out there.

The Not-So-Good:
- The parts that come straight from the API;
- Lots of grammar and spelling mistakes;
- Covers "what the author thinks is required to build most applications he would build on Node" but does not include any examples, thoughts, or strategies for organizing and serving even basic HTML or other Web-related static files. It seems like this would be a special topic of interest to many readers and worth a little attention, regardless of whether it's something the author would like to build.
Deploying Node.js
Deploying Node.js
The thriving Node.js ecosystem encourages open collaboration where components do not originate from a single source, but where module writers build on each other's work, in layers. This is a powerful development model which encourages improvement and refinement for the best results, but it can be hard to arrive on the scene later and make sense of it all. This book is useful to help tie everything together.

This book might have been titled Node.js Notebook as it touches on so many topics. The breadth is appropriate because you really will encounter these many technologies and more when developing and deploying Node.js applications. The brevity with which some topics are dealt may leave you wanting, but the introductory coverage is useful and will get you started in the right direction.

Node.js applications typically employ may modules and external technologies, where each has available documentation, but it can be challenging to find overarching documentation that outlines how to combine everything. This book helps with the big picture. The section on Mocha, Chai, and Sinon is particularly good at explaining how these modules complement each other.

Strong points in this book include the modules and technologies selected, and the rich and correct use of related terminology. You can use and repeat what you learn here with confidence.
The Power of Mandate: How Visionary Leaders Keep Their Organization Focused on What Matters Most
The Power of Mandate: How Visionary Leaders Keep Their Organization Focused on What Matters Most
I work for a 60 year old company that had the original entrepreneur running it for the first 55 years. When one of his ideas didn't work, he quickly moved onto the next idea. As long as something worked, it wasn't negotiable. After he sold the business, the new owners brought in a group of leaders who were all over the place. Everyone's ideas, even conflicting ones, were implemented all at the same time. And the worst part was, none of them new anything about the business or tried to learn about it. It was all about driving sales at any cost. To employees and customers! They were dismissed by the board in a blaze of glory as the masses cheered. We now have one person in charge again, who knows the business, is committed to keeping employees happy so we can keep our customers satisfied. We now have new non-negotiable guidelines that have been clearly communicated. And they actually are ones that make sense. Sure, with thousands of employees, many will not be pleased with the changes because they are a disagreeable type with no vision of their own future. This book hits a nerve with my career experience. However, it goes on and on with tired examples of exceptionally famous people and their rehashed life stories. If you are just starting out and looking for mentors to give you a vision, mould your career strategy, give you hope that you will one day become a visionary leader, that you, too can become a billionaire, then you should read this book for inspiration. If you are currently in a leadership position, and wondering what you are doing wrong, yeah, it's too late to get ideas from this book. If you experiment with a new management style now with the same staff, you'll get mocked out of a job. And for heaven's sake, if you don't know what you are doing, think you can fool people with bolsterous retoric, see panic and disbelief in the eyes of everyone you talk to, and know in your heart and mind that you are in over your head, just resign, and run for president of the United States.
The People's Tycoon: Henry Ford and the American Century
The People's Tycoon: Henry Ford and the American Century
Henry Ford may very well be greatest entrepreneur in American history. Few have had a greater impact on their time and culture the way Ford did in early twenty-first century America. There are many biographies available on Ford, but “The People's Tycoon: Henry Ford and the American Century” by Steven Watts may be the very best. It is an erudite and textured history not only of the man and his company, but also his times. Watts sets his story within the context of the so-called “incorporation of America,” which challenged the independent, populist independence of agrarian Middle America.

In many ways, Henry Ford was a simple man. He possessed strong moral values and a clear moral compass; much of it developed by his mother and the McGuffy reader series. But was also a man of limited formal education with many idiosyncrasies. For instance, he believed in reincarnation and was convinced he had been a Union engineer killed at Gettysburg. He hated public speaking, but loved publicity. He was a rabid anti-Semite, but relatively progressive on African-Americans. He was fascinated with the soybean and believed it held all kinds of wonderful properties. He was, in short, an eccentric.

Ford was also clearly a genius. His triumph was no mere luck. Between 1900 and 1908 no fewer than 501 automobile companies were founded. Ford’s first two attempts were failures from which he took away two central lessons: 1) avoid wealthy backers with purely financial interests; 2) trust your own instincts and values.

Ford was a hands-on entrepreneur in the mold of Thomas Edison, a man he admired greatly. From Edison, whom he first met in 1896, he imbibed his focus on hard work and practical results. Ford never shied away from getting his hands dirty, both literally and figuratively. He was one of the hardest working men in his workshop and put himself front-and-center in building his car brand.

Known most for mass production, Watts credits Ford with recognizing and cultivating consumer leisure capitalism. The more time and money the average American had, the more products they could buy, the more the economy grew. Spending and self-fulfillment was replacing the thrift and self-control of the earlier age. It was a consumer age that Ford did much to foster by introducing the $5 workday ($25/week or $1,300/year in 1915 is only about $30,000 today). Watts is quick to point out that it was certainly not all about generosity. (Human labor proved to be the weak link in the assembly line; in 1914 the company had a 370% turn over of assembly line workers.) It just turned out that it was also a publicity goldmine.

Ford’s treatment of his workers is one of the more vexing elements of his story. He introduced a sociological department to Ford Motor Company and offered an English Language school for recent immigrants. Were these well-meaning “fraternal” reforms or intrusive “paternalistic” abuse of power? Ford equated drinking alcohol with slavery and didn’t hide his anti-cigarette and prohibitionist views, which he did much to foist onto his workers.

Another thing that “The People’s Tycoon” makes clear is that the success of The Ford Motor Company was very much a team effort. Watts gives due credit to a long list of Ford lieutenants, such as James Couzens in finance, Norval Hawkins in sales and marketing, Charles Sorensen in operations, Clarence Avery in the assembly line, and Harold Wills in metallurgy and design.

In closing, “The People’s Tycoon” is a phenomenal business biography that does its great subject justice.
Google Speaks: Secrets of the World's Greatest Entrepreneurs, Sergey Brin and Larry Page
Google Speaks: Secrets of the World's Greatest Entrepreneurs, Sergey Brin and Larry Page
In fewer than 15 years, Google built the largest index of Web pages, dominated the Internet search industry, grew into a giant with a 1.5 million square foot headquarters in Mountain View, California plus two dozen other U.S. offices and technical centers in more than 30 countries, and became a global household name. Here the bestselling author of numerous popular business books, Lowe (Ben Graham on Value Investing, Bill Gates Speaks, Dividends Don't Lie, with Geraldine Weiss, Jack Welch Speaks, The Man Who Beats the S&P, The Rediscovered Benjamin Graham, Ted Turner Speaks, Warren Buffett Speaks; articles appeared in more than 100 publications; frequent guest on CNBC, CNN, FOX Business Network, and PBS; former financial editor of the San Diego Tribune) retells the amazing story behind the revolutionary, public corporate colossus (more than 20,000 employees) with a market capitalization of around $123 billion and about $16 billion in annual advertising revenues. With access to family, friends, employees, and company records, the author unofficially examines the founders' personalities and values as well as Google's vision, culture, business strategies, new business models, philanthropic projects, future, and more. Presenting more than a mere company profile, Lowe also addresses the criticisms and controversies surrounding Google as the primary portal to the World Wide Web, including copyright infringement, antitrust issues, personal privacy, and intellectual property concerns. Nicely-written and organized, this well-presented book provides a concise overview. Lacking a bibliography and a back-of-the book index but including a historical timeline, glossary, and footnotes, it belongs on the shelves of many public libraries where general readers can read about the secretive company that has become the prototype for a successful, twenty-first century business entity. Recommended as a good introduction but not as a definitive publication.
Real Bob Dylan
Real Bob Dylan
This covers Dylan's music from his first album (released in 1962) to the late nineteen eighties. There are tracks from all the studio albums and it is roughly chronological.

It is a good representation of Dylan's career up to the album Oh Mercy although he has produced much great work since. There are some obvious omissions such as Blowin' in the Wind and Subteranean Homesick Blues but Dylan has produced so many great songs no Dylan fan will be happy with any compilation and those new Dylan's music can rest assured there are many more great songs to discover.

My main criticism is that there are no sleeve notes and the re is nothing to tell you which album the songs come from so it is a bit confusing. But for those wanting to discover Bob Dylan this is a good choice.
Bob Dylan: Desire
Bob Dylan: Desire
über die musikalischen und kompositorischen Qualitäten dieses Meilensteins aus Dylans OEuvre namens "Desire" nahezu
40 Jahre danach Worte zu verlieren, hieße Eulen nach Athen tragen.

Also kommen wir ohne Umschweife zur Fertigungsqualität der beiden 180g 45rpm Scheiben:

Pressung - High Definition Vinyl, absolut plan, Nebengeräusche wie Knistern, Knacksen, Rauschen so gut wie nicht vorhanden.
Antistatische Innenhüllen, stabiles, wertiges - allerdings etwas grünstichig geratenes - Klappcover.
Remastering - satter voluminöser Klang, bei gleichzeitiger Transparenz. Stimmen, Instrumente - alles dort wo es hingehört.
Hervorragend - einmal mehr führt MFSL vor, was in Sachen Vinyl möglich ist/wäre.
Dicke Empfehlung - diese Luxusausgabe ist jeden Cent wert.
Dennoch empfiehlt es sich, das CBS/Columbia Original auf keinen Fall zu entsorgen, denn manchmal, nach einigen Nächten
in der 5 Sterne Suite, sehnt man sich bekanntlich nach Schlafsack, Zelt und freiem Sternenhimmel.
Aber diesem Umstand mag möglicherweise auch eine soundgekoppelte Assoziationskette zugrunde liegen.
Bob Dylan: A Life In 37 Albums
Bob Dylan: A Life In 37 Albums
I'm sure that many Dylan fans would find this all a little superficial and not offering anything new. Nevertheless I found it a pleasant run through of the studio albums. Nice to have an illustration of each cover; an actual listing of the individual tracks would have been nice.

Mr Redford mentions many of the tracks recorded at the time which ended on the cutting room floor, destined for the Bootlegs. But as said, nothing new for the experts, but I found the information and opinions expressed quite entertaining.

All in all worth the price.
Out Cold
Out Cold
This is one of my all time favorite movies (right up there with Grandma's Boy, Super Troopers, and Euro Trip) It's a hilarious movie but if you don't like somewhat stupid and crude humor you probably won't enjoy it nearly as much. zach galifianakis is hilarious, this is one of the first movies I ever actually saw him in and I have been a fan ever since. This is a great fun movie and will totally make you wish you lived in Alaska, worked at a ski mountain and had friends like these. The car scene... no one can tell me they watched that and didn't immediately wish they could pull that prank on a friend. The characters are lovable and hilarious, all of them (Pig Pen, Jenny, Rick, Luke, Anthony, Lance...) and this is one of those movies I watch over and over again and never get tired of it, and I quote it all the time. I highly recommend this to any and everyone!
JBL Professional C1PRO High Performance 2-Way Professional Compact Loudspeaker System, Black , Sold as Pair
JBL Professional C1PRO High Performance 2-Way Professional Compact Loudspeaker System, Black , Sold as Pair
Dovendo sostituire le casse del PC ormai giunte al termine con qualcosa di più performante, la mia scelta è caduta su queste jbl. Non sono casse attive, quindi va tenuto in considerazione, specie se non si possiede l’amplificatore a cui collegarle. La JBL vanta una grande esperienza nel settore che corrisponde anche alla capacità di associare buone prestazioni a costi tutto sommato contenuti. Non sono enormi quindi risultano facilmente posizionabili anche su scrivanie di modeste dimensioni, adattandosi a svariati tipi di utilizzo, sia per usi interni che per esterni.
Vantano una potenza di 150 W in picco, un più che rispettabile SPL fino a 114 dB in picco e un limitatore di potenza full-range SonicGuard che protegge i dispositivi nel momento in cui ci dovessero essere anomalie di funzionamento, come da sovraccarico o sbalzi di tensione elettrica. JBL Control 1 Pro in dotazione offre delle pratiche staffe da parete, comode e pratiche facili da installare.

****Caratteristiche Tecniche****
Gamma di frequenza (-10 dB): 80Hz a 20kHz
Risposta in frequenza (± 3 dB): 100Hz - 18 kHz
Potenza gestibile: 150W
Sensibilità: 87dB SPL, 1W, 1m
SPL max: 108dB continuo, 114 dB di picco
Fattore Direttività (Q): 6.0
Indice Direttività (DI): 7.8
Impedenza nominale: 4 Ohm
Frequenza di crossover: 4.2kHz
Protezione da sovraccarico: Limitatore di potenza full-range SonicGuard per proteggere rete e trasduttori
Driver LF: 135mm (5,25")
Driver HF: 19 mm (0,75") a cupola in policarbonato
Connettori di ingresso: Morsetti a molla
Kit di montaggio a muro incluso
Dimensioni: 235 x 159 x 143mm
Peso netto: 1,8kg

Il tutto è stato inserito in un telaio, interamente composto da plastica rigida di buona fattura.
Se ci pensate davvero, ci sono armadi MDF molto più grandi sul mercato che hanno trasduttori più piccoli all'interno. La JBL ha dotato questo diffusore di con un woofer da 5,25" e un tweeter a cupola in policarbonato 0.75. Come accennavo nella presentazione, entrambi i trasduttori sono schermati magneticamente, e vengono forniti anche, con la protezione sovraccarico SonicGuard di JBL. Infine, i connettori di ingresso sono disponibili sotto forma di morsetti a molla, proprio come ci si aspetterebbe.

****Ma come suonano****
Ad un audiofilo esperto le differenze nella gamma delle medie frequenze è percepibile, non essendo io appartenente a questa categoria, faccio molta fatica a percepirne le differenze rispetto ad altri tipologie di diffusori dal prezzo nettamente superiore. Il riproduttore di alte frequenze è il tipico tweeter in titanio da mezzo pollice (12mm) della JBL , dal suono secco e cristallino ideale con la maggioranza dei generi musicali .
Per le medio-basse (frequenze) ci si appoggia ad un woofer da 130mm per prodotti di questa categoria un 130 mm per le basse fa si che il prodotto faccia una notevole differenza d'ascolto.
Apprezzabile l'intera gamma di frequenza senza troppe "coloriture" e basso accennato .
Detto questo, concludo la prova di ascolto sottolineando le prestazioni, che risultano abbastanza trasparenti garantendo un ascolto quasi mai affaticante. Gli acuti sono molto meglio rispetto alla versione precedente, grazie al tweeter nuovo e migliorato, i medi mostrano uno spettro abbastanza ampio. I bassi sono frenati quanto basta come ci si potrebbe aspettare da diffusori di questo tipo, ma presenti ed armoniosi comunque.

****Conclusioni****
Come sempre in questi casi nulla è perfetto, ed anche questi diffusori presentano qualcosa che potrebbe essere migliorata. Come prima cosa direi le staffe di supporto, se necessitate di posizionarli attaccati al muro, dotatevi di qualcosa di diverso dalle originali. La griglia anteriore, risulta troppo morbida si può deformare con facilità.
Per quanto pieni di compromessi, i monitor JBL Control 1 Pro sono ideali anche per piccoli home studio.
Tuttavia, se siete alla ricerca di un suono professionale, dovrete andare su un paio di monitor di categorie e prezzo più alto.

****Come ho effettuato la prova****
Ho collegato i diffusori a 2 amplificatori, il famoso t-amp sonicimpact ed il Fosi Audio TDA7498E in classe D
con l'ausilio, almeno per me dello stupefacente DAC Neoteck DAC Convertitore 192Khz collegato all'uscita digitale del pc SPDIF Coaxial Toslink ad Analogico Stereo L/R RCA 3.5mm
Jack e cavo audio con USB standard in dotazione.
Cavo di potenza Seki 311985 il tutto riprodotto in streaming tramite Tidal in qualità hi-fi.

****Brani ascoltati****
* Loreena McKennitt Dante's prayer
* Yao Si Ting - Speak Softly, Love
* Pink Floyd run like hell
* Richard Wright - Breakthrough
* john coltrane alove supreme traccia1

Saluti e grazie.
Paper Mate InkJoy Gel Pens, Fine Point, Black, 3 Count
Paper Mate InkJoy Gel Pens, Fine Point, Black, 3 Count
I really like the body of these pens -- not as slippery compared with my favorite gel, the G2, which is too smooth toward the point. The colors are also great -- very bright and dense.
So, why the three stars:
I am a lefty, so I was really looking forward to the quick-drying ink. I didn't find that it dried significantly faster than any other gel I have, and it was certainly quite a bit wetter than my Jetstream pens' inks. I also found that the Inkjoy pens feathered too much when writing on regular 20lb copy paper (the vast majority of what I have to write on for work), and sometimes even bled through to the reverse side in places. One reason I use gels in the first place is to avoid both of these issues.

I bought the .5, but these write more boldly than .7, to be honest. The dried look of the ink is also more reminiscent of a liquid roller ball than a gel, and I prefer a gel.
Living the Exchange
Living the Exchange
This is a "basics for believers", but with MORE explanation and Scripture. This would be ideal for a "new believers" Sunday School class. It is from a fundamental baptist viewpoint.
Keeping Secrets (A Sam Mason K-9 Dog Mystery Book 2)
Keeping Secrets (A Sam Mason K-9 Dog Mystery Book 2)
I listened to the audiobook version which is narrated by Rudy Sanda. Why I waited so long to read/listen to this book is beyond me. I’ve had an e-copy of this book for just under two years. I was lucky to find the audio being offered by my library. I believe the narration added a whole new depth to the story. I did open the e-book to verify a few things. This is not a cozy but more of a police procedural with characters hiding secrets.

This is the 2nd book in the Sam Mason series and it picks up where Telling Lies left off. The mystery of who killed White Rock police Officer Tyler Richardson is still unsolved, but we find out a little more about each of the main characters--Chief Sam Mason, Sergeant Jody (Jo) Harris, Deputy Keith Deckard, and Receptionist/police trainee Reese Hordon.

Mike Donnelly's body is found outside of the family's cabin, but the road leading to the cabins is gated and only those who have cabins up there have keys to the gate. Sam and Jo investigate, with the help of K-9 Lucy, but because the body was outside and the vultures have already gotten to it, they can't tell if it was murder or a suicide.

As they question one suspect after another trying to solve the Donnelly case, they're also attempting to find out about Tyler's murder. We discover a little more about what Sam and his best friend, P.I. Mick Gervasi, were involved in 20 years ago. We also get a little more information on slimy land developer, Lucas Thorne and pompous mayor, Harley Dupont.

The reveal of the solution to the Donnelly case isn't given until almost the very end and I was surprised.

I enjoyed this book, but having read the first book I could've done without the verbatim information on the main characters from the first book.

I am looking forward to the next book in the series.
I want to know who killed Officer Tyler Richardson, what Kevin is up to and to see Lucas Thorne and Harley Dupont get what's coming to them.
Wild Kratts Season 2
Wild Kratts Season 2
This is such an awesome kids show! It's Informative AND entertaining.... a rare find! Our whole family enjoys watching it. Each episode begins and ends with the real life Kratt Brothers talking about and interacting with the real life animals featured that episode. In the middle, the cartoon version of the brothers and their sidekicks delve further into the animal's world and explore each animals "powers" up close (in a way that is engaging to young kids). It's fun for the kiddos and even interesting for us adults. Our 3 and 4 year old daughters just love this show... and actually retain the information long after they've finished watching. Several days later, they have recited information learned, or pointed out animals around us and their habitats. Bonus - all this is free with Amazon Prime! Seriously, where has this show been hiding!???
Doctor Strange Epic Collection: A Separate Reality (Doctor Strange (1974-1987))
Doctor Strange Epic Collection: A Separate Reality (Doctor Strange (1974-1987))
Reading Order:
Masterworks vol 3 / Essential Collection 2 (black and white only, overlaps)
**Epic Collection A Separate Reality**
Masterworks vol 6 / Essential vol 3 (black and white only, overlaps)

This book is well put together and collects issues from the early to mid 70s in chronological order, and for the price you get more issues than the Masterworks volumes. The colors pop, which I like, since it really visualizes all the crazy worlds you will visit which is typical of Dr Strange. You also get some bonus art material in the back of the book which is a nice bonus.

Now onto the context of this book and why it's a bit disjointed. Dr Strange was cancelled after issue #183 and then came back with Marvel Premiere. This book basically contains 3 separate comic series, the fairly awkward ending to his first solo stories followed by 2 reboots. During Marvel Premier we get a very mixed bag of art and writing, with a different writer for each issue until Englehart and Brunner take over. The Englehart/Brunner duo do a real good job of taking over the character and giving him back his epic multi-issue stories Strange was known for. Marvel Premiere #12-14 is probably one of the best Strange storylines I've read and makes this book worth the read. It was great to see the origins of Shuma-Gorath as well as a few tie ins with the Defenders.

If you're looking to gobble up all the Strange books you can, you will find a more complete run by collecting the Masterworks volumes but considering this as a pretty cheap alternative, you get some good stuff here for the price. Definitely recommend that if you liked this book to check out Masterworks vol 3 for the Roy Thomas origin story, you would only miss one issue between the two books, #180. As a follow up for additional stories, Masterworks vol 6 would continue the story but you would be missing 4 issues, #6-9.

A cool Easter egg for any fan of the movie, this book includes issues where the book of Cagliostro comes from, the book of time. Also if you remember Master Hamir, the fake Ancient One you see at the beginning of the movie is in the book but he's just a servant to the Ancient One.
Pawn Stars Volume 6
Pawn Stars Volume 6
I enjoy this show thought I must admit that at first I thought it was a goofy idea. But Pawn Stars has caught our attention and enthusiasm to the point my wife has added stopping in to see the guys to her "bucket list." The show is formulaic and simple yet as Rick says during the opening, you never know what's coming through the door. What makes it is the interaction between the four men -- Rick, Corey, the "old Man" and Chumlee -- as well as the insight provided by the pool of experts drawn in to examine weapons, art, rare books and other historic objects. Plus Rick has an excellent education and explains the history of whatever item catches his fancy. Excellent and engaging.
Alexander Pushkin: A Critical Study
Alexander Pushkin: A Critical Study
This book of poems can be read quickly. It includes English translations by nine other poets, but most (33) of the 60 poems in this book have been translated by A. D. P. Briggs, who has devoted four books to Pushkin and has also edited four other volumes in the Everyman's Poetry series. Briggs also revised Chapter 8 of Oliver Elton's translation of Yevgeny Onegin, which he describes in the Introduction as, "A few stanzas from the end of the novel are included here in order to give a general impression of how the novel works." (p. xvii). Poem 16, "The Caucasus" is credited to F. Cornford on pages xxi and 19, but the Acknowledgements on page 104 credits a book, POEMS FROM THE RUSSIAN (1943), "trans. Frances Cornfield [this mistake might be due to the enormous number of actual cornfields that currently exist on this planet] and Esther Polianowski." Of the Pushkin poems translated by C. M. Bowra in a book from 1948, eight poems are included in this book.
The Contents lists the titles of the poems, and the Introduction explains poetic qualities which the translations in this volume attempt to match, "partly to ensure that interesting formal properties like these are not lost." (p. xv). The first paragraph on page xvi attempts to show how the poems "are grouped roughly thematically," into the order in which the themes are encountered in the first poem in this book, "Winter. What shall we do out in the country?" Pushkin's major themes are identified as the personal, the natural world, poetry, love, some poems of ideas, and his poems on those topics comprise the first half of the book. The longer works in the final portion of the book include the concluding stanzas of YEVGENY ONEGIN (which has 366 stanzas altogether), Chapter 8, Stanzas 33-51.
The poems "Remembrance" and "Elegy" are mentioned as examples of a Pushkinian philosophy of life. Thoughts "Settle in limpid twilight languidly distilled," as the third line of the poem "Remembrance" puts it. Pushkin is capable of other feats, and the introduction observes that one long poem, "(known in Russian as `Gavriiliada' after the angel Gabriel) is an overtly sacreligious re-enactment of several Bible stories (Adam and Eve, Joseph and Mary, the Annunciation, etc.) run together into an extended sexual romp." (p. xviii). This kind of thing is usually considered a catastrophe, as far as serious philosophy is concerned, and "In its day Pushkin could not acknowledge authorship; neither could Russian criticism until recently." (p. xviii). It reminds me of the poem, "the boys i mean are not refined," by e. e. cummings, which was only included in a limited edition of nine copies of his book, NO THANKS, in 1935, but was dropped in subsequent editions until after his death in 1962. Similarly, the introduction by A. D. P. Briggs notices Pushkin's use of "swearwords in `The Waggon of Life'," (p. xix) which Briggs called, "language unusable until recent times in both Russia and England." (p. xvii). Anything that I might say about such language might be considered totally off the subject here, but a revisionist view of the relationship between poetry and philosophy might make some personal comments appropriate here.
As author of the unpublished, unedited, and largely unwritten MY VIETNAM WAR JOKE BOOK, any claim that I might make to knowledge of philosophy is highly suspect, similarly to the status achieved by Martin Heidegger when he is considered the Nazi philosopher. In my case, the must dubious aspect of convergence might be expressed by using the phrase *peace with honor* instead of any swearword that might appear. This could be catastrophic for the poetic values involved, but purely for philosophical reasons, I would like to insert *peace with honor* in place of the swearwords in Pushkin's poem, "The Waggon of Life." The second and third stanza become:
We climb aboard the boards at dawn
Full of wild devilment and crowing;
Spurning the lanquid life with scorn,
We cry, `Go on, get *peace with honor* going!'
But by midday we've lost that boldness,
Feeling the wagon shake and judder.
Dread are the heights and dizzy gorges,
We cry, `Slow down you silly *peace with honor*!'
A few things about this book seemed British to me. The word which made the least sense to me was "judder," in the poem "The Waggon of Life," on page 39. If the word was made up to produce a rhyme, the line it was in would have made more sense if it had ended with the common word, shudder:
Feeling the waggon shake and shudder.
The stanza doesn't end with: "We cry, `Slow down you silly buggy!"
Edgar Wallace Mysteries - Volume 4 [DVD] [1962]
Edgar Wallace Mysteries - Volume 4 [DVD] [1962]
The stories are all pretty weak so why 10/10?
There is nice B&W photography throughout and a lot of stars you'll recognize e.g. Barbara Shelley
A nice little booklet lets you know who they are and which of your favourite horror film they came from.
But it's ostensibly because of the inclusion of House Of Mystery from 1961 that I give it 10/10
I hunted for this ghostly gem for years in the 1990's after catching half of it on channel 4 and here it's presented in a lovely print.
If you've never seen HOM then you're in for a treat. Get this set just for this film.
The Matarese Circle: A Matarese Novel
The Matarese Circle: A Matarese Novel
Maybe it was just the truly AWFUL voice "talent" on this, but I couldn't stand listening to it any more. The voice was so incredibly grating that I could barely hear the story because of the voice. Ugh! Regret this purchase.
Naruto 59 (Japanese Edition)
Naruto 59 (Japanese Edition)
This volume is a little irritating, as it does nothing but lag on the main fight of the current point(which I won't spoil). Also, it appears Tobi is not what he seems(literally), as seen when a shocking event happens in this volume(no he doesn't lose his mask)! Also, its almoist time for the dayview of Sasuke's eternal Mangekyo Sharingan!
C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication
C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication
C. S. Lewis, if he was anything, was a rhetor, that is a communicator. He knew how to persuade an audience. As Professor Beebe reminds his readers all good communication is audience centered. And, Lewis knew how to reach an audience without manipulating them. His skill was universally applied. He wrote in many literary genres: Poetry (narrative and lyric); Fiction (including: Novels, Science Fiction, Children's Fantasy, and Satire); Non-fiction (including: Literary Criticism, Philosophy of Education, and Essays); he was a notorious letter writer and those who received his letters saved them. This accounts for the now eight volumes of Lewis letters in publication. Furthermore, Lewis's skill as a communicator was also in evidence through the spoken word as a Fellow at Oxford University and later as a Cambridge University Professor; also, his ability to communicate orally was on display as a guest lecturer on the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), and as a public lecturer and sometimes preacher and debater. To understand the rhetorical threads woven throughout the fabric of Lewis's work a tapestry that gives evidence as to why he was a master communicator, Beebe's book is the one for my money. First Professor Beebe is one of America's greatest professors of communication. He brings to his analysis of Lewis much background and insight. Furthermore, he has been able to select from the wide range of Lewis's written and oral communication and abstract from these principles and make them explicit. Beebe brings to light clarity others who lack his background might miss. Consequently, anyone engaged in any form of communication, whether it is conversation with one's spouse, communication with children, engagement with friends, or communication in professional and public settings, there is much to be gleaned from Beebe's analysis of Lewis. I've been studying Lewis for 50 years and I learned much from what this book brings to the table. I highly recommend C. S. Lewis and the Craft of Communication! Professor Jerry Root
HMS Ulysses
HMS Ulysses
This was Alistair MacLean's first novel, as I understand it, and it is still considered by many to be one of his best. Rather than the intrigue, double-crossing, and deduction that mark many of his later tales, it is first and foremost a war story. HMS Ulysses is a light cruiser, a variant on the Dido class, with some features of the later, similar Black Prince class units. She has seen a great deal of action on the northern convoy routes to Murmansk, and is wearing out. Not just the ship's components, but her crew. As MacLean describes them, Ulysses' crew is not the indestructible band of heroes from the stereotypical war movie, but real men, who have been exposed to too much physical and mental stress, and have seen too much war. The terminology of PTSD was still in the future when the novel was written, and definitely so for the era (about 1943) in which it takes place, but MacLean lets us see the human cost of making war. The ship's Doctor, and even the ship's Captain, and the Squadron Commander, appeal to higher authority -- Ulysses and her men need a rest. But the Admiral will have none of it -- apparently, at his level, ships and men are expendable pieces he can move about on his chess board. He will use Ulysses -- if necessary, he will use her up. So off she goes again, as the force flag for a squadron which will take up the escort of the next Murmansk convoy, taking over from a US force at a predesignated point. A German minisub attack on the ship while still in port, and a near-fatal accident as she is getting underway, may be seen as omens... as may a terrible storm that damages several of the squadron, requiring those vessels to return to base. Before the major action is ever joined, Ulysses' forces are depleted. And, once the Royal Navy vessels have joined up with the convoy, the attacks commence, by sea and air. One by one, the other ships of the squadron are lost. Ships explode, dropping sailors into icy waters where survival times are measured in short minutes. Should an escort pause to pick up survivors, she makes herself an ideal target for a lurking U-boat, so many times the crew of HMS Ulysses must watch brave men die. This, and the repeated German attacks, cannot help but fray the nerves of her crew, and overstress them physically. Morale plummets with the unexpected death of a major character, but still the crew must go on. And, somehow, they do... until the tragic but heroic last stand. This is a marvelous novel, which apparently was never made a movie -- perhaps because there are no longer any Dido class cruisers left afloat to serve as a shooting set.
Power of the Sword (The Courtney Series: The Burning Shore Sequence Book 2)
Power of the Sword (The Courtney Series: The Burning Shore Sequence Book 2)
A long read but boy did I savour and cherish every last page. As always Smith has this captivating writing style that resonates his characters thoughts and feelings through you and explains even the most intricate of descriptions simplistically. He is a natural storyteller.

Power of the Sword takes place around 15 years after the events of the Burning Shore- Centaine's son Sasha is now near a grown man and Manfred, her discredited son, is a year younger. The novel takes you through their journey from adolescence to adulthood both experienced through two very diverse roads and shaped by the political views of their background and the burgeoning second world war. It is a story about endurance through a time of depression.

However what marks this book as being it's own from the others is that we now see the Courtney family from a new perspective. Whilst we have always been made to side with this family of wealth and power we can now make our own judgments upon them. Centaine, for instance, was a heroine in the last book, and whilst she still may be, she makes decisions in this book which are remorseless to ensure her and Sasha's survival and prestige. As a result we find ourselves sympathising with Lothar and Manfred De La Rey whose struggles are hot. These latter characters become respected through their humble endeavours. Then, through twists of fate and intricate character development, we observe the reverse. Manfred, although being justified in doing so, is beguiled by the Nazis as Sasha wizens and earns his respect as a British hero championing their cause in South Africa. Nonetheless, it goes without saying that Centaine reaps what she sown from her previous passion as she experiences a new flame.

I couldn't put the book down and the ending was a real page turner. It almost becomes a thriller! In conclusion, credit to Mr Smith for creating these complex and believable characters that will stay with me forever.
The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
The Royal Wedding: Prince Harry & Meghan Markle
Similar to the one the BBC put out with William and Kate's wedding. I gave it four stars, because I'd like to see a full day's coverage. They cut it all down to certain moments, and you miss some of the crowds and fun of the day this way.
A Place to Call Home - Season 4
A Place to Call Home - Season 4
There is truly no better Television drama than "A Place to Call Home." The storylines are famtastic, and the characters are fascinating. You never knew what's going to happen next. Marta Dusseldorp is a fantastic actress as are all the others. The writer is really amazing, and gets the viewer so involved. If you liked Downton Abbey, you'll love this program. This season brought out Regina for the villainess she truly is. I love the storyline of James, Henry and Harry, and am so pleased that the writer and director brought the struggle to the forefront- something that the directors in the U.S. wouldn't do. I can't say enough about each character in this series. Having just watched the 4th season, we can't wait for the 5th!
Harry Potter Hogwarts Crest Poster (24in x 36in) (Multicolored)
Harry Potter Hogwarts Crest Poster (24in x 36in) (Multicolored)
Ordered product on Oct 21. Expected Oct 27. Arrived on 11/3 well passed the time I needed it. When I asked about delay, first company said they will send a replacement and then emailed a second time and said just wait. Other than untimely delivery, product is fine.
WOW! Stuff Collection Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban Video Lenticular Notebook
WOW! Stuff Collection Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban Video Lenticular Notebook
This Wizarding World Lenticular Notebook with a cover of Sirius Black from the Prisoner of Azkaban in a wanted poster has Black's screaming face if you look from one angle, and him turning to the back as you rotate to another angle. The best way to view this I found, was by turning it upwards and downwards instead of side to side. The picture of Black itself is a hard plastic lensed coated square sheet, which is glued into the front of the notebook in a grooved imprint. In the particular notebook I received, the hard plastic picture was not glued in cleanly, so the right edge was sticking out a bit- not very visible, but you can feel the bump if you run your hand over the edge. the book is nice otherwise, with blank pages inside and an elastic glued into the back so that you can pull it around the book to keep it closed up. This is a cool Notebook for hardcore Harry Potter fans, and they did a very good job with the Lenticular picture in front.
Mattel - Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone Action Figure - Slytherin Draco Malfoy (5 inch)
Mattel - Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone Action Figure - Slytherin Draco Malfoy (5 inch)
I am a Harry Potter fan and I have been building my collection around the first movie. So getting Draco was a must for it. Draco has his place with Harry and the rest of my collection. He is proudly displayed for everyone in my circle to enjoy. I am so grateful to Amazon and their sellers. Being able to have a place to turn to when you need unattainable item any other way is truly a gift in itself. Because without you all I would not have all my Harry goodies to love and treasure. Thank you all so much
Enesco The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Gringotts Vault Coin Bank, 6.26 Inch, Multicolor
Enesco The Wizarding World of Harry Potter Gringotts Vault Coin Bank, 6.26 Inch, Multicolor
I got my order today. First thing I want to point out, it came in just the box. As in the actual Harry Potter box with a shipping label sticker on it.

But for the actual product itself I gave it 5 stars! The price is more than reasonable. The paint and shape is well done and detailed, but it is Enesco so I’m not surprised. I find it a little hard to open the bottom door where you get your money out, but that could be just me.

The front measures about 6 in x 6.5 in and 5.5 in front to back. I thought it would be smaller, but I like the actual size. I highly recommend this product for all HP fans/potterheads. For the price I did not expect the quality I was getting.
LEGO Bicycles Accessories polybag (xtra) 40313
LEGO Bicycles Accessories polybag (xtra) 40313
The combination of bike/skateboard/skate park pieces/etc. is perfect for my kids aged 7-11 who love Legos and love skating/biking/scootering. So nice to be able to order specialized sets like this.
Stars and Stripes in Peril (Stars & Stripes Trilogy (Paperback))
Stars and Stripes in Peril (Stars & Stripes Trilogy (Paperback))
Having read both "Stars and Stripes Forever" and "Stars and Stripes in Peril", I must say Harry Harrison's second volume in his alternate history trilogy is certainly better than the first book. Much of what was wrong with the first book is not present in the second text, and "Peril" definitely has more to offer in terms of entertainmen value. However, "Peril" also from many of the same flaws that plagued "Forever", and is still far from perfect.
The valid complaints of implausibility that were aimed at "Forever" probably won't be directed at "Peril". Harrison pretty well established his divergence in "Forever"(as clumsily as that was), and "Peril" simply picks up in the new history that Harrison has created. Harrison begins "Peril" with a brief recap of the events of "Forever" in the form of a "memoir" by General Sherman, introducing new readers as well as reminding old readers.
Harrison is also very effective at keeping the action in one self-contained book. Though it is the second book in a trilogy, there are really no dangling plotlines that a reader will be plagued by until the next book.
Further, Harrrison's plot is extremely entertaining overall. Britain, still steaming over her loss in the first novel, plans to attack the U.S. through Mexico. At the same time, the U.S. is still dealing with several unresolved issues of the brief War Between the States, as the South is forced to adjust to the emancipation of the slaves,a more low-key analog to Radical Reconstrucion in our time line. With British invasion seemingly unavoidable, America looks to take the war to England's backyard.
"Stars and Stripes in Peril", as stated, is an entertaining read overall, but it does suffer many of "Forever's" faults. Harrison uses a third-person omniscient narrator to tell his story, which I must admit is not my favorite means narration. What is worse, while Harrison uses this method to further his plot at a rapid pace, he does so at the expense of characterization and effective sub-plots. The reader is allowed briefly into the minds of nearly every character that appears int his novel. The end result, however, is that no single character develops any actual depth, and the reader does not care one way or another who lives or who dies.
Another problem is Harrison's clear optimism with regards to America's relationship with the world. In "Stars and Stripes Forever" America cheerfully lets Canada go on her merry way, with no expansionist intent whatsoever, flying in the face of history. In "Stars and Stripes in Peril" America comes into possession of what can only be called an overseas empire, and again, Harrison, despite history, has his Americans let it go. While certainly idealistic, it just doesn't hold water.
Finally, though another conflict with Britain made sense for this book, Harrison certainly leads the reader to believe that the final book will feature the ultimate conflict between America and Britain. I must say that this idea has lost a great deal of luster. I would rather see new challenges to America's rising power in the world, rather than see yet another volume of America trounce on Britain yet again.
Ultimately, Harrison tells and entertaining yarn, that, much like a summer blockbuster film, gets a great deal of mileage out of a cool, larger-than-life concept. Taken in this way, it works just fine. Taken any other way, and it begins to wither. Still, I will read the third book when it comes out, and I am vaguely curious to see how this history could play out over time. For all of its flaws, it is, as I said, a cool concept.
The Australian Garden
The Australian Garden
A wonderful, useful book for my ever growing library. I can see why this book was recommended as one of three books to own as Australian reference books.
Mastering the Mechanics: Grades 4–5: Ready-to-Use Lessons for Modeled, Guided and Independent Editing
Mastering the Mechanics: Grades 4–5: Ready-to-Use Lessons for Modeled, Guided and Independent Editing
I used the 2/3 Mastering the Mechanics program with my third grade class, then followed with the 4/5 instruction when I looped to grade four. I HIGHLY recommend this book! The lessons are practical and friendly to both students and teachers. The program has realistic time and age-appropriate expectations. There are many student work samples at your fingertips in this text, to be used as examples or points of discussion. Teachers aren't expected to spend hours prepping materials or hunting for certain examples of writing. The book contains everything that is needed to implement the program. Skills are introduced over the course of three days, using scaffolding and a gradual release of responsibility. Best practices are supported with this format. Most lessons can be completed in ten to thirty minutes in this three-day-a-week resource. Many lessons also come with lists of mentor texts to support the skill in student writing. I've watched a gradual improvement occur in my students' convention scores because of this program. It's not a quick fix, but students are taking ownership of their skills and it's transferring into their writing. This is a must for all upper-elementary school teachers. DEFINITELY worth the money! If you can only buy one new book this year, choose this one.
Less Than a Sack of Weed: Principles for the Hood
Less Than a Sack of Weed: Principles for the Hood
Ok,I’m literally fresh off finishing this book or should I say masterpiece!! This book which could also be used a guide to build better character and better communities across the nation is nothing less than remarkable. I personally think this book NEEDS to be read by many who are living in proverty stricken communities. This book should especially be read by people who aren’t living in those conditions. The author makes each page feel as if he’s talking directly too you which makes it very hard to put down. In a nutshell this is an enlightening,easy read,thought provoking experience. This is actually so much more than a book. I HIGHLY recommend this as an addition or start to your book collection.
"laptop"
"laptop"
This is the best laptop deal you can get, full stop.

Touchescreen? Nope. That feature is stupid in a laptop, in my view. As you use the keyboard, incidental touche s of the screen change focus or move to different screens--touchscreen is a gimmick and sucks.

The screen on this laptop is worth the price by itself. Gorgeous, black is actually black, it rivals my AOC gaming desktop monitor.

The Ryzen chip inside can be overclosked if you feel like it, but it is not needed. It is plenty fast for a laptop.

This is set up to add memory and a hard drive. Do so. I spent an additional $50 to add a 1tb drive and an 8gig memory stick. In so doing, I have the same specs as a $700 consumer laptop.

Gaming? I stream from my desktop, it's perfect. It won't run any modern games at more than low settings (if that) but you don't need to run them onboard if you have a gaming machine. DO NOT BUY THIS TO PLAY GAMES ONBOARD. Stream via Steam, it's perfect.

Buy this for $300, spend an additional $50 or $100 on memory and storage, and sit back and realize that you got a premier laptop for 1/3 the money people are spending on nothing.

Build quality is bomber. Eveything is solid, no rattles, no warps. Others have ripped on the touchpad--can't tell the difference between this and any other laptop touchpad. It isn't loose, responds as usual, no problem.

The screen is GORGEOUS and much better than laptops at twice or three times the price.

I actually like the compressed number pad on the right. If you aren't doing a lot of 10-key stuff, it's what you need.

The keyboard backlight stays on while you're typing, shuts off when you aren't. Perfectly configured.

This boots in about 15 seconds.

It has some heft, but is still very light. Hard to describe, but you can carry this all day in your backpack and not even know it is there. The power brick is about the size of a Toblerone tube. I plan on buying an extra to travel with.

This will work as a consumer laptop as is, like I said, but add some memory and a hard drive and you are CRUSHING.

I can't sing the praises of this enough.

Buy this, add a drive and a memory stick and you get a premier laptop for less than $400. And you get a better screen, too. And anyone can do that, it isn't tough at all. If you can turn a screwdriver, you can update this machine.

Make sure to go in and turn S mode off. First, activate Windows, then go to the store and turn off S mode.

This is much better than what other companies are offering as a budget laptop.
Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Counting Sheep, Fine Motor, Counting & Sorting Toy, Ages 18 mos+
Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Counting Sheep, Fine Motor, Counting & Sorting Toy, Ages 18 mos+
My toddler quite likes these although she's unable yet to count or sort out colours. These would probably better suited for close to 2 year olds but they are still entertaining for the 13 months plus. You can use the sheep to count not only by reading the numbers but also the dots they have under their "wool". You can try to match their coats with the right colours too. They are made from good quality material and I like the attention to detail. We simply make sheep noises, sing baba black sheep and move them around putting their coats on and off and my 14 month old finds that interesting enough for a few minutes! They come with their own storage box.
ADEPTNA MEMORY FOAM LEG PILLOW ORTHOPAEDIC FIRM BACK HIPS & KNEE SUPPORT WITH COVER
ADEPTNA MEMORY FOAM LEG PILLOW ORTHOPAEDIC FIRM BACK HIPS & KNEE SUPPORT WITH COVER
I have had back issues (slipped disc) in the past and had been sleeping with a regular thin pillow between my knees but it would never stay in place and covered too much of me making me too warm in bed. This stays in place and is small enough that it only covers the part of your legs that it is holding apart. It's very comfortable and does a much more effective job than a regular pillow. My wife is pregnant and is having hip discomfort, tried a specifically shaped maternity pillow and didn't get on with it; I bought her one of these as well and she really likes it and the hip discomfort has stopped. I would definitely recommend this product if you are having any sort of lower back or hip problems. I've not yet tried cleaning it as I've not used it for very long, but the cover can be removed. One word of caution: you might find discomfort increases for a night or two - it did in both mine and my wife's case - but that's just your body getting used to the position; after that it was a huge improvement for both of us.
Microsoft Windows Movie Maker Handbook (Eu-Undefined)
Microsoft Windows Movie Maker Handbook (Eu-Undefined)
Not only the handbook for Microsoft Windows Movie Maker, this book introduces the ways to film to make your home movie more interesting. Instead of shooting without any plan, home video amateurs can really take advantage of the suggestions in the book for better planning to get better entertaining result.
FOOD LIBRARY THE MAGIC OF NATURE Amritsari Urad Wadi, 400g
FOOD LIBRARY THE MAGIC OF NATURE Amritsari Urad Wadi, 400g
 I bought this product in Aug one pack and it was awesome. Though very pricey but considering the packing & taste it was worth it. Plus getting it delivered at doorstep due to covid-19 is added benefit.
However same product bought in sep with manufacturing date Aug 2020 and expiry of one year from manufacturing date, has live ants/insects running all around. I have uploaded the pics and video. With lots of difficulty I could get a refund for this inedible filthy product. BE CAUTIOUS.

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