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  • Raldante McGillis - Their best overall

    While The Wall and Dark Side Of The Moon may be Pink Floyds most well known albums, IMO I believe that Animals and Wish You Were Here are their best, with Animals just edging out WYWH.

    The albums intro and outro are both simple and short acoustic pieces that set the mood perfectly, then the first song Dogs (which is Pink Floyds best song too) sets in for it's 18 minutes, just amazing solo's from Gilmour...Pigs has an erie mood to it and the albums last real song, Sheep is the obvious climax with it's pure rock riffage.

    The concept of the album is great too.

  • Zac - Absolutely Perfect

    Wow! The best, and easiest way to learn about the most common drugs for pharmacy. A clear and concise reference for studying. Adverse reactions are organized by common, less common, and rare but serious to help organize thoughts for counseling patients. Just about every other category on the card is both easy to follow, and also easy to see the relevance to your future job. In addition, they have audio with all cards. I would seriously recommend these cards to ANYONE planning on attending, pharmacy, nursing, or medical school, they will make your life much, much easier. Get these cards!

  • justbishop - PERFECTION!

    We have 1 tall 2 y/o (tall at birth, so I'm just planning for any future family members who come along to also be tall kids), and our stroller lineup previously consisted of a Baby Trend jogger that we got with our travel system and quickly found was too large for most outings, a Chicco Cortina, which, while a nice stroller, just doesn't fold compact enough for storing in our rather tiny house, and a cheapo umbrella from BRU. With our daughter's first Disney World trip looming over us in Sept., I suddenly realized that we didn't own a suitable stroller for that task, and went on the hunt for an umbrella stroller on steroids (compact fold, lightweight, but with basket storage, decent recline, good canopy coverage, not tippy).

    I was almost set on the Britax Blink on sale elsewhere online for about $75, but started drooling over the Baby Jogger City Mini. After much drooling over the Baby Jogger City Mini, convincing my husband that it was worth the extra cash, and then finding the Britax B-Agile (which ended up cheaper than the BJCM), I was sold!

    It came yesterday, and we couldn't be happier! There isn't a single major complaint or drawback I can see, and my only minor one is that the buckle is a bit tricky and stiff, but I'm sure that will be remedied with practice and time. If I remember, I will definitely pop back in here and update on long term performance at the end of September!