South Star Drug - Southstar Drug is a chain of drugstores in the Philippines. It was established in 1937 as a small business venture engaged in the retail of Chinese herbal medicines which was located in Naga City, Philippines
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I purchased the UK spec of this toy. It's identical to the USA version but the border agents carry limp celery sticks instead of guns. I was sadly disappointed to find that the first time I combined it with the Calais Illegal Immigrant set, the scanner failed, and I now have 8000 unregistered aliens in my child's toy box, claiming asylum. Please rectify.
I have had this machine since Oct 2014. It has been used at least weekly. I was very satisfied until two weeks ago when the water tank cracked, and I have not been able to get a replacement water tank. I have made several phone calls (you only get to leave a message) and have sent several emails to their customer service department. I have not received any response at all. So I would say the machine works well unless something goes wrong, then you have no chance to get the parts or even talk to their customer service department. Buyer Beware!
I wished the front seat liners would fit over the lip of the front of the drivers seat and passenger seat .For the price you pay they should cover more under the seat itself.
I wish I could give this stuff 10 stars. It did what an exterminator, professional grade sprays, and borax couldn't do. It does take a couple of weeks to work but it gets rid of the bugs. I haven't seen any since.
My review relates to the digital edition of this magazine. When I first started using cooking light on my Kindle it was okay but not great. Then cooking light took their time to create a wonderful digital magazine. By pressing a save button on the recipe page you could (without having to leave your digital edition) view reviews and you could save the recipe. You could maneuver throughout the magazine. Best thing they ever did. It was touted as a wonderful enhancement to their magazine . And they were right. Lots of fanfare when this came out. Then without even an explanation they took all of this functionality away. I'm so disappointed that they didn't communicate that it was costing them too much to keep this going. I have been a loyal subscriber for many many years and never got a reply from several emails and a phone call I made regarding this. Finally somebody in customer support told me that they were not going to have such a robust digital edition anymore. I still subscribe but it's just not the same. For anyone expecting a robust digital magazine like National Geographic you will be sorely disappointed. I can't imagine how Cooking Light will survive in this digital age. Sad.
For a long time I have heard that natural Shea Butter is one of the best gifts you can give to your skin. Although I have used many products with Shea butter as an ingredient, this is the first time I have tried Shea Butter all by itself. The butter is extremely dense and a little dry feeling... It's the raw product, not a creamy product where the Shea is mixed with other stuff to make it smooth. It does not have a strong fragrance, which I count as a good thing. When I take a little from the tub (it only takes a tiny bit!) u put it between my hands to let my body heat soften it a bit (sort of like you do with coconut oil, but not as greasy or melty). It softens up a bit, then, and can be worked directly into the skin. I have been doing this to treat my dry hands and nails. It takes a bit of rubbing, but the Shea goes nicely I to my skin, leaving it so soft and smooth. It can feel at first like there's a waxy coating of residue on my hands, but that means I used too much or didn't rub it in enough. The other thing I have done is take a little between my hands to soften it, themln add a drop of rose hip oil or lavender oil. This helps thin out the Shea mind makes it creamier and easier to spread. When I rub this into my skin, it has an amazing effect. My nails look amazing after running bing this stuff into them, too! I can't wait to experiment with this Shea Butter some more. The size of the tub, compared to the small amount needed each time means this will last me a while!
I was forced to upgrade to Creator 2012 Special Edition after spending untold hours trying to fix Easy Media Creator 10 which suddenly stopped working after years of problem free function and instead insisted MPEG-2 Codec be installed to use it. I tried every series of steps out there to get it back to working. Finally I got the news that this problem is probably not solvable, plus Roxio is no longer supporting this version. So here I am with Creator 2012 Special Edition. So far I have made 6 unsuccessful tries to get a successful installation. The first 2 just hung about half-way thru without leaving a clue. More recently, after a thorough cleansing of my PC of every smidgen of anything related to Roxio, I am getting almost 2/3 through the install before it kicks me out and rolls back the whole works. Get this though. An exact quote of the unbelievable error message "You Must Install Roxio Creator 2012 Before installing the content". This is from the "install wizard" which Roxio generated, not me. After extensive reading of untold blogs, user communities etc, etc, the only sure way of getting a trouble free installation is to reformat your hard drive and reinstall Windows, and then go straight to installing your Roxio product. If there is any residue of any previous version of their products on your machine your chances of success are a roll of the dice. If you feel up to that level of effort, then I applaud you. As for me, after all that, I'm giving it one more try, then I'll be taking it back for a refund.