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If you're looking for lighthearted comedic tales this isn't the book for you. It's much darker than his previous book, which isn't surprising if you know the dark turns Artie's life has taken over the past few years. I still found it to be thoroughly entertaining and I hope his next book includes hilarious tales of married life with his love Adrienne. Artie is one of my favorite story tellers and his style and wit are both fully intact. I miss listening to him on the Stern show, which in my opinion will never be as good without him, but I'm glad this book finally came out. I hope he's around to write many more.
My laptop is 7 years old and in dire need of a replacement. I had been going back and forth between a new laptop and a tablet for a while. I almost got the older transformer, but decided to wait for the new model. Glad I did. I also had to decide between this and an Ipad2. I went back and forth quite a bit, but decided on the Prime mainly because I like the Android OS better and I could use the apps I had on my phone.
I admit, I did get a defective one initially. It had a defective screen, in that 1/4 of the screen would suddenly just be vertical lines. Everything else worked fine. I returned it and had to wait a few weeks for them to be in stock again. I was worried reading all the problems people were having, but I'm glad to say mine is great.
My wi-fi is as good on the prime as it is on my wife's macbook, so no issues there. I have no complaints about the gps, though I rarely use it. I got a tablet rather than a laptop mainly because 80% of what I do on a computer is go on the internet. I have very few issues with browsing on the Prime, it is very pleasant to use.
Playing video on it is simply amazing. Streaming netflix looks fantastic. I also have several files on my home DLNA network that look great when I play them back.
The camera on it is better than my EVO 3D, which may not be saying much, but it counts for me. I also love reviewing pictures on it, the screen is great. I use a microsd card with an sd card adapter in my point and shoot, so I can take the card out of there and pop it in the Prime to review and upload photos.
The only negatives I have are things that I expected. Browsing the internet can run slow at times, and pages don't load completely here and there, but that also has a lot to do with the speed of the wi-fi I'm connected to.
Overall I am completely satisfied with the purchase and don't regret it for a minute.
"Radical: Taking Back Your Faith From The American Dream" is the remedy for professing Christians, specifically in the United States, whose minds have been conditioned into thinking that the gospel of health, wealth and prosperity is what Jesus blesses his followers with. Surprise, its the polar opposite! This book is an uncomfortable, yet challenging, read that'll make you think twice about renovating your house, or buying the latest model of flat screen televisions, or doing anything that is seen as self-promotion. In fact, after reading this book, you'll never look at material possessions the same way ever again. Whether you're a theology major looking for critical commentary or an ordinary believer looking for spiritual growth, you've stumbled upon the quintessential piece of contemporary Christian literature. The only complaints I have deal with its inclusion of subjective loose ends regarding the Christian way of life and its brevity, but even those are counteracted by the quality put forth by the author. As Californian beach bums would say, this book is "radical." And may it be a mainstay in your personal library, too.
--May 20, 2011
This is my second Shark Navigator. I bought it to use in the large house I now share with my elderly dad as his caretaker. I'm still using No. 1 in my own condo. The Shark Navigator is really powerful, yet very easy to maneuver. Cleaning it after every use is a breeze - just empty and rinse out the collection compartment and let dry -- no more messy and expensive vacuum bags -- fabulous! The extension tube gives me an additional reach of a few feet to get into ceiling corners or underneath chairs and couches. I have had several other brand name vacuums over the years, including a $800+ Rainbow, a/k/a the "Hummer" of vacuums, and the Shark isn't far behind in it's performance. For all it's hard work and ease of use, not to mention great price, I'm a Shark fan forever.
Leigh in Denver, CO