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- Joby Bett - HD Video? - Check, Indestructible? - Check, Easy to use? - CheckCould not be more impressed with this camera, came well packaged and quickly, easy to set up, I had a recording on my Mac in seconds. Took it out paint balling at the weekend, recorded 3 25min games strapped to the side of my marker. When I got home popped the card out and dragged and dropped the videos onto my desktop, video was good, less shaky than I expected and very clear, even ducking into buildings and out into bright sunlight the camera quickly adjusted and shot the action, mic could pick up the ambient noise and the banter between players :)
- B. Candler - Essential reading for allThis book takes you through how to reposition yourself in everyday activities - sitting, walking, sleeping - to help your body be as healthy as it can be. This book, not the two doctors and physical therapist I've seen, helped me control my knee pain (if not totally eliminate it). I used to wake up achy and sore, scared I had developed arthritis in my 30s, but now, I feel fine when I wake up. Finally, I never thought I could have a strong core, as I tried lots of different exercises focused on strengthening my stomach, and now, I do, from walking and sitting properly. I love this book and would like all my family and friends to read it.
- Kristin - Leave it to Ted DekkerMy daughter is a huge fan of Ted Dekker, so when this book became available to me, although I was skeptical, I went on her recommendation that it "must" be good.
I sat down to read it, knowing I only had an hour or so of free time...and suddenly realized the day had passed and I was halfway through! The book drew me in and took me on a ride that I did not expect. I had no previous knowledge of the book (other than the author), and no idea what it was about.
It's a fast moving, easy reading story about a daughter of a politician...some very shady business deals...a terrible car accident...lies, tricks, shadows and mirrors...her unexpected ESP gift (or is it a curse?), and her journey to find the truth. I don't want to give away too much about the book (and certainly not the ending), but I must say that this was a great choice and I owe my daughter kudos for the tip! (My daughter is 19, and has been a Dekker fan for many years.)
While the book has a Christian slant, it is not shoved down your throat, nor is it some sort of propaganda piece.
This is a great choice for teens and adults alike.
If you've never read Ted Dekker, this will hook you...if you have, you're already hooked...
- L. Adkins - Daughter loves it and so do I!!My daughter has just reached the pre-teen age and keeps getting in trouble for how she is saying things to us and having a hard time expressing her feelings to her friends. Getting this book for her has made all the difference in the world. We have seen a difference in how she approaches talking to us and how to respond to her friends and some of those that aren't her friends. i would definitely recommend this book for any pre-teen that is trying to figure out how to express themselves to adults and friends.