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I have used this program and it's annual predecessors for several years. I find it very useful for selecting RV parks. It is so much easier to find them on a map than in the larger written directories like Woodals and Trailer Life. This program appears to have most of the RV park information that the written Trailer Life Directory has. There is an "updated" program called "RV Plan 'N' Go 2013" that is actually a substantial downgrade. I would suggest buying the this 2012 version and avoiding the newer version because they have removed most of the RV park information from the 2013 version.
Well this is one if the best tablets I've ever meet. It works like a charm almost all the time. Sometimes there may be some issues with "The Library" app, which I think is Asus fault. I suggest to turn wifi off if you don't use it, cause it takes almost 70% of battery
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I grew up listening to classical music. To this day, I reflect on major and minor works in this genre; in particular, I am especially fond of the major symphonic works of Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven (the greatest of the symphonists), Mahler, Brahms, Dvorak, Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Shostakovich, Sibelius, and Schubert, and have an equal fondness for such composers as Saint-Saens, Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov, Kallinikov, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky, Holst, Vaughn Williams, Smetena, Handel... you get the picture.The point of my introduction isn't to show off (and how sad that many view a love of classical music as "showing off"), but to lend context to what I am about to say, which is this: Animals contains, by far, some of the greatest music ever composed in the rock idiom. This doesn't mean that Animals is a perfect album; far from it. It lacks the jewel box quality that Dark Side of the Moon has, that sense of every note being in the right place. And while it lacks the scale of The Wall, it is far more focused. But when I compare the sheer visceral thrill of the music, particularly of Dogs, with anything else I can find in rock music, I shake my head in wonder--after countless repeated listens to this work, stretching nearly 25 years of my life, the music still holds up, still intrigues, still satisfies.I can think of nothing in rock--nothing by the Beatles, nothing by Genesis (even with their wild invention), nothing by Yes, nothing by ELP, nothing by any other artist or group, that matches the musical scale of Dogs, with its perfect musical transitions, inspiring guitar-work, and an instrumental section that is the singularly most glorious episode I have ever encountered in all of rock. And this is the essential point: though most reviewers here focus on the "theme" of the album, it is the *music* that makes this album great. The lyrics on Animals are dark, but full of poetry and sharp sparks of light: "wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity into the dream." "that's what you get for pretending the danger's not real/Bleating and babbling you follow the leader down well-trodden corridors, into the valley of steel." The recitation that concludes Dogs is powerful, layering each line on top the other: "who was fitted with collar and chain/who was trained not to spit in the fan/who was told what to do by the man/who was only a stranger at home." Most important, Dogs in clearly autobiographical, though in an "acting out" as opposed to a confessional manner; it is Waters identifying something in himself, though I do not believe that it is necessarily true in the deepest sense.What I'm saying is, this is thinking persons' music, music to listen to and reflect upon, music that will still be listened to in two hundred years, when so much of the music we take for granted will become historical curiosities and mostly forgotten. It is classical music, deeply classical even. Other albums may be better constructed (such as Dark Side or even Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run, which is only a few notes shy of being a perfect album), other albums may be more important in terms of their historical impact (such as the Beatles' Seargent Pepper, the Rock equivalent of Beethoven's Third Symphony), and other albums may be more fun (B-52s, for example). But Animals still stands as one of the greatest works so far to come out of Rock.
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And most of all, it does not leave the toilet seat up!
And that is why I'm divorcing my husband and marrying this pen. Thank you Amazon!