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I love this product. The first day that I used it at my workplace, I was noticably less fatigued after a 10 hour day on the computer in a busy medical practice, also NO HEADACHES!- and that could be the sole reason for purchasing this mat! However, I've found other uses, such as putting it under my shoulders
My grandpa was like my best friend. My parents were killed in a car accident when I was 7, and my grandpa and grandma raised me through to adulthood. He spent all the time with me that he could, and told me stories of his life in Alaska that were just riveting. I felt a chill run down my spine every time he told me about the time when he was lost out in the interior along the Yukon and he could hear the dark howl of the wolves getting closer and closer to him. It was a such a distant and fascinating world from my life in Baltimore. Wow!
I have wired dozens of light bars so id say I know what I was doing when wiring this one. The wires immediately melted when we tested the light bar. The only thing I can think is that the relay is bad. Would not recommend this product. I've gotten better use out of the cheapest one you can buy than this one.
I stopped buying Lucky Peach with the Apocolypse issue, No. 6. And decided to try it again with this issue. The omelet (french, vietnamese, japanese) section is worth the price. But the real gems are the raw and honest interviews of chefs - celebrities to hole- in the walls - but all connected with their passion of the food they are serving. A great relief from "food porn" of monthly food mags. Also, the extra little book of stories: from how Mongols ate to a chef protecting his restaurants from suicide bombers in Somalia. Also like the new types of illustrations in this issue. I will be buying more copies of this issue and giving them as gifts to anyone thinking of entering the chef/food industry and to friends who are struggling in that industry, but still passionate about it. Thank you Lucky Peach publishers!