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  • James J. Cooke "Extra class ham" - Best vacuum on the market...period!

    Forget those 500 dollar vacuums with the ball, unless you think a vacuum cleaner is a status symbol. The Shark Navigator will suck just about anything out of a carpet or off a floor, and really does never lose suction. I bought a Bissell carpet cleaner for $99 from Amazon at the same time as the Shark. I gave my rather time-worn carpet a good vacuuming with the Shark first, used the Bissell next (which did an excellent job, BTW), and followed up with another shot from the Shark. My carpet now looks almost as a good as new. You cannot buy a better vacuum cleaner than the Shark, so save yourself the $350 difference between the Shark and the ball and have dinner on me. :-)

  • Ms. Parrothead "Book Lover" - Great tablet for little ones

    I selected this LeapPad2 for my 2 1/2 year old twins (they will be 3 in Feb). They have limited experience playing with an ipad during occupational therapy, but we don't own a tablet for them to use at home. Since I can't justify the cost of an ipad just for toddlers to play with it, I hoped this would be a good substitute. I have always been a huge fan of LeapFrog toys, since way back when my (now) teenagers had the LeapBook readers back in the late 90's.

    The great news is that my babies love the LeapPad2, so much that I've bought the LeapFrog LeapPad2 Explorer Disney Princess Bundleso they can both play whenever they want. Although sharing isn't really an issue right now, I think it will be as they get older.

    This bundle comes with a Mike silicone skin which goes on easily, but I'm not sure how much protection it offers in the way of drops. I think it will be adequate, because common sense says that a tablet made for kids will be more durable/shock resistant than one made for "adults." There is also a gift card included to use in the LeapPad "app" store. Just keep in mind as you shop, that the "apps" are much more expensive, instead of the $1-$3 apps on most sites, some of these run $15 or more. I really wish that LeapPad would offer more inexpensive apps, and that may be something that they do in the future.

    One "add on" purchase I really recommend is they rechargable battery pack (LeapFrog LeapPad2 Recharger Pack (Works only with LeapPad2)) There is no way to comprehend the sheer number of batteries that this thing goes through. It is crazy. I didn't order one at first because I didn't think the twins would use too many batteries, but I was WRONG! The recharger pack also stays charged longer than typical rechargeable batteries.

    In short, I highly recommend this toy. It has stood up well to two 2 1/2 year olds, and I anticipate them using this for many years. There is a large number of games available at varying levels, so this toy can be used for some time, from toddler-hood to elementary school age. I have bought LeapFrog products for many years for my kids, and I have never regretted a purchase.

  • PenName "Juggler" - Very insightful book

    As a mother of a h.s. senior I have already done a lot of research on the subjects covered in this book. Some of my research left me more confused and unable to figure out what the best course of action would be when the final decisions have to be made. After reading this I felt like some of my questions were answered and opinions confirmed. The book provides very specific details about what happens beyond the marketing brochures and rankings, describes innovative approaches to higher education, and lists questions to keep in mind as we go on those exhausting and repetitive college tours. It also provoked more questions and provided paths for further research. I would recommend it to every parent who is trying to help their young, confused and overwhelmed teen make life changing decisions.

  • G. Lambert - Gregbert says OUTSTANDING!

    A silly fun book filled with useful data. The book shows a health comparison for a huge number of fast foods and quick to cook items. e.g. "Don't eat this sandwich from Subway, instead eat this sandwich from Burger King." It will then tell you the reason why whittling down to the calories, fat, etc. This is a book for most of us here in the real world who don't have the time to cook healthy meals all the time.

  • Jonathan J. Goell - Excellent client resource for commercial photographers

    This is an excellent client research reference for working photographers. I've been using the yearly-release versions for decades. Now that I teach photography, I recommend it to my photo business students to help them get started.
    Yes, the data is available on-line, but this book is still a convenient, ready reference, and easy to use.