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Thanks to this pen, I've entered into a whole new realm of femininity that I never thought it was possible for me to attain as a lifelong tomboy. My mother will be so proud/relieved to see my newfound homemaking skills all courtesy of this pen. Perhaps now I won't be doomed to die alone and be partially eaten by my army of cats...but atlas, it is only a pen not a miracle worker. :/
P.S. I'm totally going to be prepared now when Mitt Romney needs more binders full of women. Perhaps BIC can form a partnership with a binder company in anticipation. I'll await that announcement with baited breath...and a fresh pen. ;)
I've only had the WD My Book Live Duo for a week, but so far, so good. Easy install, all devices on my network (so far) can see it, set up was a breeze (if a bit slow), streaming multiple jobs from and to the drive seems just like a regular drive in the computer. Very happy so far. Next task is to set up a personal cloud. I expext that to go well, but we shall see...
UPDATE 3/22/2013: Living with my Cloud Drive is great. I was able to set up the Cloud feature and easily stream music to my tablet while at work. I noticed no dropouts and I only have DSL at home. This thing continues to impress me.
I have used Microsoft Office from the earliest days of it being DOS based. And over the years have tried other office suites besides MS Office. The other ones have always lead to problems for me. In my opinion this is the gold standard. Over the years MS has many versions with many of the current ones at extremely affordable price points. For a family the Office web based version (office 365) may offer the best value but for one machine this is a nice bargain.
Truth be told, Pink Floyd shares the pain of a child without the cliche of just words. Somehow, as we listen, there is a change in our perception of our own world as we know it. Somewhere in our subconscience we all know how it feels to really hurt. "Pink" Floyd is a child in an abusive household whos anguish has no words. Trauma can never be described in words alone. Verbage will never do justice to it; to know pain is to have felt it firsthand. In the title song "The Wall" part 2 the ending phrase being yelled "If you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding! How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat!?" only scratches the surface of the verbal abuse he deals with. The outcry earlier in the song "we don't need no education, we don't need no thought control" only further describes the ultimate frustration that he deals with when he screams "HEY! Teacher! Leave them kids alone!" The entire album describes an abused child as he developes into a man and grows into the dysfunctional individual that he eventually becomes. To read down the track titles of the 2 disc set can only verbally describe the horror that he has endured. He has eventually employed every escape tatic that he has in his arsenal to dull the ultimate pain. "Run like Hell" "Comfortably Numb", these songs only lightly, vaguely describe the methods of self preservation that "Pink" employs to keep himself sane, yet at what expense? That, I suppose, is the question that we all have to ask the child in each one of us.
I purchased two pairs of the SainSonic 3d glasses for my new 42 inch Panasonic ST30. I chose the SainSonic over the more expensive Panasonic glasses based upon the numerous reviews. I do not have any complaints about the glasses other than they do not fit well over my prescription glasses. My prescription lenses are large, and so the 3d glasses do not completely cover. It would be nice if someone could come out with clip-on 3d shutter glasses. The shutter glasses work well. They have a yellow tint until you turn them on. They do darken the picture like all 3d glasses. I compensate by turning up the brightness and color on the TV. I watched The Lion King in 3d, and found they did a good job. There was no flicker or ghosting in the picture. The only flicker was from light coming through the window during the daytime. The TV was flicker-free.