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  • Libbi - Great book!

    What is dating, really? Is it a way to find a future spouse, or is it just an unnecessary evil we try to justify? In this deep, down-to-earth book, Joshua Harris shows some of the downfalls of stereo-typical dating. Fortunately for those pessimistic, he does so in an orderly, non-condemning manner. Unlike many books that discourage dating, Joshua Harris reveals not only the problem, but the answer. In a book perfect for it's time, I Kissed Dating Goodbye is a wonderful book, showing the joy that comes from a pure heart.
    This book is superb. Utterly perfect. Our generation needs this book. I enjoyed his stories, analogies, and use of scripture, and his writing style made me feel like we were lightheartedly chatting over coffee. I loved this quote, {in reference to compromise, dating, or whatever you feel like sticking in..."
    "Everyone around us may be doing it. But at the end of our lives, we won't answer to everyone. We'll answer to God."
    Whoa. Deep.
    I would rapidly recommend this book to everyone within dating age, {which, in today's culture is very, very young}This book gets the point across clearly, while not being graphic in the least. I really had to check myself when he spoke about not wasting our singleness. I feel this book will always have a place in my top five books, and I believe, should you read it, that it will be in your top reads as well!

    Sincerely,
    Libbi H.
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    This book was given to me for free from Waterbrook Publishing for this review

  • DWD "DWD's Reviews" - seems tough,apps can be pricey

    My kids have had the super-tough Leapsters for years, but this is our first foray into having a LeapPad. The good news is that this gadget seems to be just as tough as the Leapster, which is important considering how often children can drop iPads/Kindles/Nooks/etc.

    Like they seem to do with all tablets, will figure out how to use the LeapPad quickly. If you want to add to the pre-loaded apps the LeapPad comes with a $20 credit. That's great, but do some careful shopping because the big name brand apps can cost more than that. Besides the apps, there are built-in features such as the camera, the calender, a folder for books (none included), a folder for mp3s (you have to pay more the the mp3 player if you want to add your child's music). Loading the LeapPad with a wide variety of activities, apps, music and more could get pricey.

    So, in short, the LeapPad is durable but you really need to look at other tablets and see if you want to buy a dedicated child-based tablet or an adult tablet that can be adapted to your child with much cheaper (or free) apps.

  • K. Conklin - Works with Panasonic ST30 set

    If you have Panasonic 3D television - model ST30 for sure - these glasses will work. I have nothing to compare them to, just determined person when it comes to unreasonable pricing. Panasonic brand 3D glasses seem to be often unavailable and/or too expensive. These glasses were shipped quickly to me from Amazon and I used them last night to view the HBO 3D movies I have available through my cable provider. Color was great, comfort fine, 3D effects enjoyable. Glad I bought them as I did get good price on the television through amazon realizing that active shutter 3D glasses would be an added expense - but still...all good values compared to competing brands. I have to admit I puzzled over the two additional nosepads in the packaging thinking I was supposed to figure out how to add one for comfort. Hey...I'm a senior citizen! Finally realized they are replacement nosepads - not "add on" nosepads. I am trusting the auto turn-off as described in little direction book that says 5 minutes after not in use they turn off. I didn't want to press the on/off button and cause the battery to drain when I wanted them to be off. Obviously time will tell if my passive means of turning off will work over the long term. If anyone here has warning for me in respect to this, please comment. Otherwise, I recommend this purchase!

  • D. Woodruff - Terrific External Drive

    This external hard drive is a very competent unit. It runs quietly, cool, it's lightning-fast on USB 3.0 connections while still maintaining compatibility with USB 2.0. I have been able to successfully use it interchangeably on a Windows 7 PC as well as a MacBook without any issue. Nothing about the construction makes you doubt its durability, but as with all things with moving parts, it can break, but fortunately Seagate provides a 2-year warranty on the unit. I have my entire music collection on it and I take it with me to and from work every day. I love it.

  • ahauft15@juno.com - JFK makes Bill Clinton look like a pussy cat.

    It must be assumed that Hersh is as good an investigative reporter as his reputation indicates, and therefore the book must be very largely factual. It is hard to imagine that the occupant of Camelot (and his father and brothers) were actually the scoundrels so comptetely depicted. I, for one, have had my "hero" worship dashed to zero by the goings on in "OUR" White House. Hillery, take note!!