FMF blog - A conversation about Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF), a genetic disease that afflicts (and unites) Armenians, Turks, Arabs and Jews
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The story was good but not up to the authors past work. The whole world is tired of the story's about failed different branches of government.
I used this to cover my collar-bone-length hair that had been completely bleached twice and dyed bright permanent blue/green. I didn't have a lot of hope for the outcome, but I was really surprised! This covered everything with a gorgeous auburn color, no more blue/green, only needed one box for my long hair, and no problems with color absorption due to prior bleaching. It's been a few weeks now and the blue is kinda starting to show through a little (it looks more like unsaturated brown, rather than reddish like it did the day after I dyed it), so it'll need a touch-up soon. But wow, I am super impressed with this product, especially for the price. :) I will definitely be getting this same product again.
A truly amazing story about a fabulous athlete, who also doubles as a great person! Like any good story, I was sad when I finished the book, and when I started reading it I did not want to put it down. It was refreshingly open and honest, revealing to us a man who was supremely talented, but who had to overcome his own insecurities, as well as institutional bias of what a quarterback should be to maximize his potential. Every sports fan knows about Michael Jordan getting cut from his varsity high school team, Steve's emergence as one of the greatest QB's of all time is far more incredible and improbable. Jeff Benedict's fingerprints are all over the narration of Steve's story, I have read many of Jeff's books and one of his gifts as a writer is placing the reader into the middle of the story. I did not feel like I was reading the book, it was as if I was talking with Steve enjoying a glass of milk.
This book was a lifesaver for my Iceland trip. There is so much information online and it is hard to make sense of it all. Buying this book allowed me to feel more organized and make decisions about what to visit more easily. The only thing that would have made it better is if the maps were all connected somehow. It was hard to look at maps of different regions to see how they were connected. Having a pull-out map of the whole country, rather than just of Reykjavik would have been helpful.