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  • Kropster - Great resource for getting to know colleges

    I love this college guide. I am using this for my 2nd and 3rd children, who will be off to college in 2015 and 2016. Wish I had had this when my oldest was looking. In addition to the basic facts, it gives some great insight into the "personalities" of the schools. I also love that it includes information about residential life as both of my younger children want college experiences that include living on campus all 4 years and that information is sometimes not as apparent in other guides. I think this is a MUST for any parents and and students at colleges.

  • Lee Brunson - Very nice watch

    Have had the watch for about 1 month and it meets my expectations for a casual/work watch. Appears very well made, keeps excellent time, and is comfortable to wear. The band is made of rubber that, until you figure it out, is tough to unstrap (put your thumb behind the small holddown loop and push the end of the band with your index finger, working it left to right as you push). It gets much easier and makes me believe the band will last a long time. Very easy to glance at this watch and see the time.

  • hammieo - No tears yet!

    Great kids shampoo and soap. I've been using it sing my first son was newborn (he's now 7). Mild on their skin (as most infants have sensitive skin), haven't had any tears from soap in their eyes - always makes bathing a little easier when they're not screaming. While most tear-free soap lacks sodium lauryl sulfate, which is the main chemical agent for removing oil from hair, most kids don't do enough to produce enough oil to make this a problem. The days they're outside in ++100F weather, sweating their faces off - covered in sunscreen - I just wash them a second time. A little goes a long way, so I'm not overly concerned about "using too much".