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My main purpose in purchasing this CD was for the bonus material. However, the Experience Version contains three CDs, not four as stated by Amazon. Furthermore, this edition contains twenty-seven demos on one disc, not thirty-five demos over two discs. So, unless Amazon is selling a special edition (I did extensive research in deciding whether to purchase this or the $119 Immersion version, and did not see any mention of this anywhere), this version contains three CDs.
Bought these actually for a friend of mine because he has several acres of land and no lights on house or shed. Today we just installed these lights above doorways and entrance ways. He loves the new addition to his home. They are very powerful for what they look like. Cheap looking but very powerful and strong. Already raining here and they have held out this long. We will see in the next few weeks. This product was purchased using a promotional code to receive item at a discounted price.
Why is the "Upgrade with instant savings" for previous quickbooks users more expensive that a new version you can buy anywhere online? Is this how Intuit intends to reward loyal customers who have been using and paying for the software for the last 15 years? Give me a break! Do you think we are all idiots?
This is a good collection and worth reading altogether, but some stories are definitely more interesting than others (as is true with most collections). The summary in the beginning of the book explains that the stories the editor liked best are placed closest to the beginning of the book, and I definitely found this to be the case during my reading of the book. It started off with some very memorable stories; one about the Cuba/America relationship and how it hurts families (luckily this has recently changed!), one about racing the bulls, and one about a trek through rural Papua New Guinea. There are a few memorable shorter stories scattered throughout the book too: one about searching for a special recipe in Vietnam, one about not traveling (interestingly enough), and another about being a style-conscious traveler who always packs too much. Anyways, I guess overall there were about 10 stories that I remember really loving, and the others I don't recall at all (excluding one that I really hated). So 10/20 stories are great, and the rest are mediocre. Worth a read, though, if you are interested in getting into travel writing and want several solid examples of how to do it!
This chair is great! We have used it many times in restaurants... You have to be sure the table is sturdy though. If the table is wobbly, the chair will still attach well to the table, but doesn't seem safe attached. The safety belt is easy to snap, and we like that it is covered up with the flap of fabric so food cannot get in there.