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  • -Blazing News-: FDA Announces Label and Indication Changes for the Antibiotic Ketek - Link: FDA Announces Label and Indication Changes for the Antibiotic Ketek FDA Announces Label and Indication Changes for the Antibiotic Ketek The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today announced revisions to the labeling for the antibiotic Ketek (telithromycin) designed to...
  • -Blazing News-: Nine States Sue E.P.A. Over Rule - New York Times - Link: Nine States Sue E.P.A. Over Rule Nine states, including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, sued the Environmental Protection Agency yesterday over a federal ruling governing mercury and other pollutants produced by cement plants. The lawsuit, filed in the...

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  • Cherie Lewis - Buyer Beware

    I saw The Flex Belt on QVC and thought I would try it out. Once I received the belt in the mail it worked great for about 3 weeks and then stopped working. I called customer service and they sent me a replacement remote free of charge and I received it in about 9 days. Once I received my replacement remote the belt still did not work and I'm stuck with a none functioning belt. I am still making monthly payments for a item that lasted a little over three weeks. This product is very cheaply made, so you might want to think twice before purchasing it.

  • Snite - Perfect fit, EASY installation!!

    Wow, PERFECT FIT! So easy to install. Took me maybe 15 minutes (and I'm a girl! haha)... Each bar has a sticker on it, one says "Front" the other says "Rear"... ok so that's pretty simple. Then each bar also has a sticker on it that says "this side faces front" ... Can't be much more clear than that!! You lift up the plastic casing on the top on each end (or on just one end and you can slide the plastic down on the other so you only have to re-install the plastic on one end), loosen the screws before setting them on the car. Easy peasy. They look great and will be perfect for toting my paddleboards

  • Jonathan Aldinger - Small, tough, convenient bag

    I purchased the extra-small size for my daily commute to work via train. I wanted a bag that was light, rugged, and would hold enough to be functional yet stay out of my way. This bag has been absolutely perfect. I typically transport a book in the large pocket, my earbuds in the quick-access napoleon pocket, and some business cards in the small pockets under the flap. However, when I need to transport bulkier items it expands to fit... shoes, boxes of food, hard drives, packages, etc; there is a surprising amount of room for such a small bag. I've had water bottles leak inside the main pocket, and the lining really is waterproof - a quick wipe with a paper towel and everything's dry again. The only issue I've had is that the bag tapers at the bottom, so it can not fit a full-size folder or 8.5x11 sheet of paper. You can make it work if you fold the flap down tall, leaving extra space at the top, but I typically wind up just folding my papers in half. This was a minor annoyance, and a fair tradeoff for such a compact bag. I wear the bag high on my back, angled so the left side of the bag is touching my shoulder blade and find it very comfortable for commuting.

  • BeaC - Coloring is therapy.

    This planner is awesome! I find myself coloring in it all the time. The pages are thick enough that my regular crayola markers don't bleed thru the pages. Coloring is very therapeutic.