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I saved about $300 from switching from paper textbook to eTextbook, so I decided I need a larger tablet to go with it (I own a 7" Android Tablet). I found a used Transformer Prime about that price, so I purchased it.
There is no problem so far, everything has just been great.
From a today's standard, this tablet is not as new and not as fast compare to like iPad 4
However, given the price (for ex.compare to a price of an iPad 2) this is just increditabily great!
Though it is not Retina Display, the graphic with its Quad-Core is just awesome
It is responsive and fast and it is actually lighter and smaller than the iPad 2, let along iPad 4
I am 23 years old and young and naive at the age of 20 I let a doctor stick me on prescription after prescription of antibiotics for chronic bacterial infections over the course of a year and a half or so. I didn't know that I was practically poisoning myself. The medications damaged my skin and after a regiment of three prescriptions on a three week period my body never seemed to be the same. I suffered severe bloating, constipation, and other digestive problems. Even worse, I was still getting infections. I went to several doctors about my bloating and constipation and no one could help me. Some told me to drink more water and other told me to eat more fiber. I knew it was more than that. I did some research and my symptoms lined up with candida perfectly. I immediately stopped taking antibiotics, started on probiotics, and changed my diet. Nothing was helping and I was absolutely miserable. I spent hundreds of dollars on cleanses, enzymes, and probiotics. Some helped slightly but not enough for my to be happy. My uncle finally suggested fivelac and bought me a box. I had been skeptical before that because it had gotten very mixed reviews. I gave it a try and holy crap am I glad I did...I started on one pack a day. It took a week or so but my digestive system started working normally again and my bloating was almost nonexistent! I still have issues here and there, especially if I stop taking the fivelac but I'm always back on track when I start again. Fivelac literally saved my life! Just be patient with it, it works.
I started reading "At Home in Mitford" at my daughters suggestion and immediately knew that my husband, who is not a novel reader, would love it, so talked him in to letting me read it to him. We were transformed to Mitford. Every spare moment he would urge me to pick up the book and start reading. He would hurry home for lunch so I could read to him. We carried the book in the car, on trips to visit our daughter, and I would read to him. Every character was brought to life and we felt like we knew them personally. When we finished book 4- Out to Cannan we didn't think we could wait until the 5th book came out, but we made it and gobbled up "A New Song"! Can hardly wait for #6! My husband now is ready to change from our Baptist church and find a nice little Episcopalian church with a rector just like Father Tim!
While "Dark Side" and "Wish You Were Here" were the more popular albums, I always preferred "Animals." Very rarely will you ever hear these songs on the radio, and when I play the song "Dogs" on my car stereo, my wife looks aghast that there's a song that runs seventeen minutes long. These aren't 3 minute pop songs. These are lengthy, aggressive, deep and emotional prog-rock masterpieces built around the bookends "Pigs on the Wing (parts 1 & 2)"
"Dogs" is my second favorite Pink Floyd song of all time (after "Comfortably Numb") and features some of the greatest guitar playing I have ever heard from David Gilmour. The lyrics are biting, with Roger focusing on the backstabbing nature of corporate greed.
"Pigs (Three Different Ones)" attacks the rich and powerful who Roger sees as a danger to society, and particularly, Mary Whitehouse, a british campaigner for morality and decency who had once attacked Pink Floyd's music.
"Sheep" seems to be an attack on those who mindlessly follow their leaders with blind faith.
This album is one of Floyd's defining moments, both lyrically and musically. This is essential Pink Floyd.