15 Sep 2011 | photoblog by Leeann Hunter - Photoblog by Leeann Hunter hosted by shutterchance providing solutions for photographers to exhibit and receive comments on their photos and images

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  • R. Paulus - Love Zom-Body to Love!

    This is a super fun polish to use at Halloween, or year around. It goes on very thin, but dries extremely fast between coats. Virtually no wait time. I used four coats, which sounds like it might puddle at the base or edges of your nails, it does not. Even with four coats, which gives very good coverage, I can still vaguely see my nail line. Pretty shade of green, I would call it a medium jade color. Unlike Ghoulish Glow by China Glaze, this polish does not require 5-10 minutes of blending the "glow", which settles at the bottom of their bottle. This one just takes a little shake or roll and you're ready to go. A little matte, but with a quick coat of Seche Vite; it was nice and shiny. I was concerned top coat may block glow power. It absolutely does not. Glows like crazy. Love it.

  • A. Mangini - Great Once It Got Itself Going

    After a slow painful start, the second half of Season 1 of Goliath increases it pace and suspense. I do not fault BBT whose acting I have continued to enjoy for generations. If this goes to a season 2, then I guess the whale which gobbled BBT as he waded out from Venice Beach will spit him out again and have him stand there again on Venice Beach looking very much in the last shot of the introductory credits I watched for eight episodes, very much like Steve Buscemi in the intros to Boardwalk Empire. Give me a break. The actors led by Billy Bob Thorton, flawed protagonist and William Hurt, flawed and scarred antagonist, all showed strong skill in creating their characterizations of flawed tragic lives making their roles both believable and tolerable. However, the way this plot was strung out is reprehensible, especially in the first half of the season. This whole pursuit should have only taken four hour episodes. In fact, with all that time devoted to delineation of plot, why were there so many unresolved sub-plots. Things could have been tied up better. The locations were well represented: Venice, CA beach, pier, walkway, and canals; Downtown LA for the city and court scenes; and the courtroom which was spectacular. I enjoyed watching Goliath and I welcome more seasons, but Mr. Kelly just has to realize that this new genre of streaming video just doesn't have the give of network tv. So get with the program and get the good stuff to us. You certainly have the competent cast to do that. As far as I am concerned, they are all welcome back. As for your team of writers, not so.

  • Sam Xander - Read the other reviews and decided to try it.

    I started looking for an alternate antenna because no matter where I drive, on or off the road, my stock antenna would hit low branches and the stock unit had to be tightened regularly. Not sure why, but it did.

  • Entomos - hard for a kid to build

    Very difficult for a young child to make. Even older kids will have trouble with the very fine and delicate wires.

  • Blind Zebra - Unable to E-File with Identity Protection PIN

    The H&R Block Software has a bug/limitation so that you are unable to e-file if you were given an Identity Protection PIN from the IRS.