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  • Cory A. Hartung - Wonderful portable high chairI love this chair! It is very easy to use. I keep it attached to our dining room table until we go to a restaurant and I take this with us. I have yet to find a table that we haven't been able to attach this to. It seems comfortable for the baby and easy to clean. It's made of very sturdy materials, it folds up easily and I slip it into a bag to carry it.

    I wish I had known about this chair with my daughter! It's so nice not having a bulky high chair taking up space and when we go to a restaurant, I don't have to worry about putting my baby in a germy, dirty high chair with a broken strap. Love this color combo too! I like that the weight limit has been increased for the 2011 line so I can continue to use it a lot longer. I highly recommend getting one.
  • mau - great productThe tablet has a great size i would of like it to have more ram but it works great would defenitaly recomend it to anyone
  • K. Morris - Great speaker, and its airplay!I too was skeptical about this after reading the reviews. They are all over the place?! I think the set up frightened away those who hate tech; just follow the instructions. I have had flawless performance with a slow Internet averaging about ~2 Mbps. Sound feels the room with clean, clear sound with just the right amount do bass. I listen to a lot of guitar and it sound like their in the room with you. Its so nice to be able to use your iphone/ipad to pause and control volume! It's small footprint is just right. I don't know why the others have had trouble, but for me it's the cars meow. I was willing to give it a go as I got it at a nice discount. I recommend this product.
  • Rick Daniel - Zealot confirmed it for meThis book is excellent. I expect it will raise the hairs on the backs of many people because it will challenge their beliefs about Jesus Christ. This book really isn't about Jesus Christ but about society before, during and long after Jesus of Nazareth lived.

    It is an excellent accounting about Palestine and the culture during the time and place where Jesus comes from. It delves deeply into the Jewish experience dating back to David and provides a thorough look at what was occurring then and, remarkably, even to this day.

    From a historical standpoint, to know a culture is to understand a people. This book provides the backdrop for those who truly want to know Jesus, who he was and why he lived.

    Knowing this Jesus will strengthen one's faith, not diminish it because when we see how average he was for his times, we cannot help but be amazed at what his name has accomplished.

    Whether those achievements have been beneficial or detrimental to the human species is still debatable.
  • Terry P "mrdata98" - A great readFull disclosure: I am a big Mike Lupica fan.

    That being said, I did enjoy this book. It's a fun and easy read, especially if you are a high school football fan and/or the parent of a teen age athlete. If it was summer, I'd say it's a good beach book. Not taxing on the mind, just good fun.