North Fulton Internal Medicine Group, P.C., Roswell, Georgia - North Fulton Internal Medicine Group, P.C.serves the North Atlanta metro area in Roswell GA
Country: 184.108.40.206, North America, US
City: -112.0889 Arizona, United States
Very convenient. I do have to clean up the slobber gunk, but machine works well. We are now training our dog to insert the ball himself.
I pre-ordered this game very early on and thought to play while on deployment during my down time, then found out I had to have an active internet connection which is impossible out here. I promptly returned the game for refund (thanks Amazon) and have sworn off Blizzard for good, 10 years of waiting for nothing. I hope your greedy bottom line is worth losing a lot of long time fans of the game. Blizzard you'll not get another damn dime of my money, ever!
As far as Mr. Nance who he wrote this book, it certainly a good one and trusted source of information. I worked for him when I was in Iraq and this smart intelligence officer knows what he analyzes and the outcomes of his plots are always true.
The least "intuitive" business software product I have ever used. Also a major programming bug that they can't seem to fix. The worst customer service. My recommendation is never start to use QuickBooks - use anything else, it has to be better than this.
I am writing this review after six-months of use. The reason for the missing star is due to the sheath having a knife-locking system made from a softer, metal that corrodes in saltwater. I love the knife and feel the knife alone is worth the price. It has everything I could want in a kayak-knife: Square semi-sharp tip, serrated edge, and most important, a recessed line-cutter on the back of the blade that will accept larger diameter cordages. The blade is nicely designed and has adequate heft that feels good in the hand, for a less-expensive, yet not cheaply made knife. While I have never drawn the knife for the use it was intended for, I have needed it for cutting cord and light prying. Now on to the sheath...finger-clasps that release the knife are made of some mild-metal and corrode badly in saltwater, even though I rinse everything I use in fresh water within an hour of getting home. I'm guessing I will need to discontinue using the sheath after a year because the corrosion will be advance enough to effect the integrity of the sheath. Had the option been available, I would have paid more for this knife with stainless steel hardware.