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When my old one (more than 10 years) died, I replaced it with this one. Same great product, two more speeds.
What else can be said about the Playstation 4 that hasn't already been said by countless video game websites by now? Before I begin my product review, I will start with an Amazon Disclaimer: I purchased this product new through Amazon at launch, so I can't share any insight on whether this particular *current* listing is selling refurbished/used/etc items by now or not - which some reviews seem to imply. That being said though, my system is still working flawlessly, and the PS4 is an extremely powerful machine.
It's difficult to think of an album that still holds its audiences transfixed more than twenty years after its initial release. With most bands producing albums consisting of nothing more than a collection of singles, a single song is the image conjured in the mind when a band's name is mentioned. Pink Floyd, however, managed to carve themselves a niche in the wall of rock music not once, but twice ("The Dark Side of the Moon" being the other occasion) by producing concept albums, with a central idea or thread flowing throughout both sides of the record. The Floyd took this one step further in "The Wall," however, bestowing characters and a plot, melding them seamlessly with music and effects, and crafting, without a doubt, an album which is the pinnacle of creative musical expression. As with all great art, "The Wall" reveals reasoning behind human turmoil, madness, and angst. It poses questions, and provides many layers for the listener to dig through, deeper and deeper with each listening, until finally reaching the point of complete understanding. For all of my searching, no other album I've found has done that. If you do not have this album, purchase it, close the doors, turn off the phone, play the CD and read the lyrics. Do yourself a favor. This is one of the few albums that is *about* something, and, if you listen carefully, you'll find out what.
a good guide to learn how to be anonymous online fore security purposes. I learned a lot from this book especially on the uses of TOR. Well explained by Jared Norton, easy to follow instructions too which makes it suitable for beginners. I highly recommend this guide if you want to learn more on TOR as well as getting anonymous online.
Reception may be impacted in a little bit when im in certain rural areas, but overall my radio works fine. Feels very well made and looks way better on my FJ than the stock antenna. I never worry about it hitting trees when i'm off road now, the old one used to hit all kinds of stuff and swing around like crazy.
Was trading in a 10yo Honda Odyssey Touring for something smaller and more gas efficient. I had all but given up on getting all the amenities that I'd become used to, until I found the Subaru Outback. It has a sporty look but the interior meets my need for luxury. The eyesight feature is state of the art, and I have become quite dependent on it. Great touch interface on the navigation screen, comfortable seats and the gas mileage I needed. I can't imagine myself in anything but a subaru from now on.
Purchased both shampoo and scalp spray. Thought they were useless on my thin hair. Had so much better results with much cheaper products. Now I understand why no salons in this area carry Aveda products. $100 down the drain!