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This umbrella is so unique and cool. I have never seen an umbrella that folds inverted like this one does. It is great for not getting water on you when you close it. I also lose that the handle has a little hook, that way you can store in the closet on a hook, plus it makes carrying it around really simple. I also really love the star pattern that is on the inside of the umbrella. Makes me feel like I have a little star show, while its raining. I had no problems, opening, putting it away or storing. It also comes with a cover - bag that will make it easy to carry in a tote or backpack for traveling. I am probably going to buy another one for my sister.
This album precedes A Strange Case Of.... and I'm glad it does. Halestorm was a solid METAL band on par with Skid Row or Motley Crue. Their latest album is too poppy, too mainstream. This album captures their talent. I love a band that can do it live as well as on record. I would prefer Arjay tone it back a bit. Okay, you're a GREAT drummer. Roger. Got it. It's not all about you. You're in a BAND. There are OTHER people on stage, too. Still, they put on a great show. Lzzy is great at audience interaction. I like how she steps back into the shadows and lets Joe take the spotlight during his solos. She has a rip-roaring voice. I hope she can keep it up. I'd hate to see her flame out and wreck her pipes in the manner of Bret Michaels.
Bought this for my granddaughter!!! She loves...all "Just Dance " in my book are fun!!! Get you up and moving!!
I love all the options available. We can use most options with out having to upgrade. I probably will buy full version because this app is so good. Love it would recommend.
needed this text for a university English class. Most of the stories were very intriguing, very few did I find to be boring or not worth the time. I recommend you get the kindle version of you need it for school as every year they release a new version of the text for class so selling it to someone else is not going to happen probably.
I had a little problem in the beginning extending the pole. I overextended it and could get it to retract again. This caused a little frustration. Then I noticed that the pole has instructions written on it (with stop lines that I didn’t see at first) that tell you how to operate it. That what I get for not reading instructions first . I never had a pole with an antishock feature before and when we were just playing with it, it didn’t seem like it was going to help. So when we took it hiking yesterday, I wasn’t expecting much. I was wrong. It’s not really bouncy, but it did lessen the impact downhill. Halfway down, I gave it to my friend to try it out and he liked it too. He had to adjust the wrist strap which took a little while because I had woven in back into the buckle so the end wasn’t flying free and rubbing against my arm. The handle of the pole has a smell that still has not gone away and the smell transfers to your hands. Other than that it’s a decent pole.