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One little drop of this applied my medium length damp hair; then blow drying made it soft and shiny. I am a senior citizen and have not had my hair look so great for decades.
I received this right as it started a spring downpour for about 5 days straight here. It kept me dry, and was lightweight enough to not be bulky or impede motion. I didn't get a drop of water on me, and the hood was great, you can wear it normally or even put a longer flap out if needed. It is thin, so it seems like it would rip easily, so I'd be careful in dense brush. It is very compact, would fit in another coat pocket or in a small pocket in your backpack if needed, super-compact. Would also fold up into it's own pocket. Dried very fast when I hung it up. Great color choices as well. The only negative I have is that the pockets are a little high, up where some secondary pockets are on my other jackets. True, it also does not breathe that well, but it's a rain jacket...just open the pit zips if you have to step inside somewhere, or just take it off, no biggie, you can practically shake whatever water is left on it off, and throw it in your pack.
I thoroughly expected to be vaguely amused by this book given the lackluster reviews but I really enjoyed this book.
Witty dialog saved this movie. The interesting thing is that half the movie attempts to debunk the idea of Gods, then gives super powers to an entire squad supporting Hercules. The action is so over the top to ALMOST be comical, but you have no thrill watching the cartoonish action. The Road Runner has more realistic action than this movie. The acting is not exceptional but isn't going to destroy your faith in humanity either. The special effects are top notch. This could have been an awesome movie if it was not so hypocritical. The dialog could have been inspiring if the movie was not done with comic book type action. Seriously, a guy throwing knives and taking out waves of enemy, a woman shooting multiple arrows hitting multiple targets and killing all instantly. Finally the last feat of Hercules goes against everything the movie tried to build, which completely destroyed the whole suspense of disbelief. Even the sword fights among mere mortals were poorly choreographed and cartoonish. Luckily I was not disappointed as I had low expectations to start with. The humor in the movie makes it worth watching however.
I fell for the hype that Access 2010 was so much better than earlier versions. And I figured I was using a ten-year-old product (Access 2000) so it was about time to upgrade. Well, I bought it and regret it. As is usual for Microsoft, the new features just made things harder and none of the changes I wanted were implemented. The ribbon is just a menu turned on it's side (reminds me of the infamous paperclip). The ability to publish reports from Access to the web is just a marketing scheme from Microsoft to get you to buy Shareport. Synchronization between databases is on it's way out, probably because Microsoft realized that without synchronization developers would have more incentive to move to Shareport. If you're using an older version of Access, don't upgrade.
This little robot draws inspiration from Wall-E. The expressive eyes, the "ooh" and "ahh" and other little chirps of the robot are well done. It even recognizes me and says my name in a Wall-E voice. It comes with three blocks that Cozmo (and you) interacts with. While the movie was extremely enjoyable and has plenty of replay value, this robot doesn't seem to have that longevity.