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  • Privacy, Please - You guys are missing the point.

    OK, for all of you complaining about the high price of this cable: you just don't get it. Sure, I could buy some five-buck cable from the computer hack store up the street or even solder a couple of wires together in my basement. That's like saying that I could baste a couple yards of fabric from Jo-Ann's together with my Singer and it would be just as good as a Prada dress. Sure, my kluged efforts would perform the function of covering my body, just like any ol' cable can transfer your data from point A to point B. But the craftsmanship, the aesthetics, the presentation of this Denon Dedicated Link Cable...the whole package makes it a work of art that only the few can fully appreciate, just like that designer original gown. With its cerulean colours and its sleek, Italian-inspired lines, I have no doubt the Denon AKDL1 will be celebrated decades down the line by the Museum of Modern Art as a masterwork of modern design.

    Plus, I heard that Jessica Simpson wore a Denon AKDL1 out to an opening night recently, just wrapped around her neck and loosely tied, and got all kinds of compliments and her picture in People Magazine. I know it's just a matter of time before every little small-town girl working at the 7-11 is swiping the cables off her geek brother's compy, spray painting 'em blue, and wearing 'em out to the mall, and then the knockoffs will start, Chinese imitations showing up at your local Claire's boutique, ugh...so buy this one now and get in on the ground floor while this fashion trend is still THE hottness. Plus, when the fashion wears off, it'll still do a helluva job of transferring those ones and zeroes to boot.

    In short, it's worth every penny and then some. I've even read some reviews suggesting that wearing this cable on your bosom daily will increase a woman's breasts by two cup sizes over time...although no one might notice if they're too busy envying your cool blue Denon AKDL1!

  • Brian - Good book if you want to start self-prescribed therapy. But beware of fluff.

    First the good news. I call this a very good book. And if you have decided to self-prescribe and self-administer the therapy as outlined in the book instead of using conventional medicine then my best wishes for good health and luck go with you. Many have reported good to very good results with this therapy and I wish the best for you.

    Now the bad news. It takes 75 pages to get to how you're supposed to use the darn stuff. The first 75 pages are not really pure fluff only about 90%. Stuff like how medical science has been corrupted by Big Pharmaceuticals. OK. How medical studies are biased. Yeah, OK. How perfectly good treatments are heavily suppressed. Yes, yes. Enough Already! Skip to page 76.

    But seriously, like all chemical substances (including pharmaceuticals) you need to use it with eyes open and armed with a full knowledge of the dangers involved. No substance is "safe" not even food (food poisoning seems to be rampant) so you cannot assume anything. H2O2 is used in scary stuff from industrial cleaners to rocket fuel and in "safe" stuff like toothpaste and mouthwash. The difference in "safeness" comes from the strength (concentration or dilution) and from additives (like stabilizers which can be very toxic in themselves). For human consumption the book recommends only food-grade H2O2 and very dilute solution with distilled water.

    Another good feature of the book is that it warns you of several big-business "conspiracies" (my word not the author's): (1)Big Medicine that seeks not to cure you but to expensively treat your condition...forever! (2)Big Nutrition that promises a better, happier life and good health if you'll just buy their expensive "miracle" nuts, berries and whatnot. (3)Big...uh..treatments! (I can't use the "C" word or Amazon's robots will kill my review) Some ancient knowledge..long forgotten..or suppressed by Big Medicine (see item 1) which they will expensively sell you.
    I would add my own type of conspiracy (4)Big Books. Based on "research" which is a code-word for looking around on the internet. Often the earth-shaking statements in these books are made by "doctors" whose credentials are from non-accredited organizations.

    Bottom Line: No Guarantees! Use at your own risk! Best of luck to you.

    I'm starting the therapy now for myself because of the many positive results. I'll keep you posted.

    Oh...how do I know all this stuff? I'm a scientist myself. Graduate level from an accredited university.

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    These pills we greatly help in digestion, I do not drink it every day, but periodically taking them and so I have no more problems with digestion in my stomach, do not create pain in the stomach like other laxative pills. I would recommend them to anyone who has a problem with digestion in the stomach ...

  • Brad Teare - A different kind of genius

    This book is 491 long pages yet it was so engrossing I read it in 5 days. The writing is clear and the story addicting. Having been a consumer of Henson's entertainment from my youth it was with nostalgia, admiration, and a tinge of envy that I read each of the 16 chapters. The ending is heartbreaking of course but seemed to have its own tragic logic. Overall the retelling is a well rounded and credible account of Jim Henson's life beginning from his boyhood in Mississippi to his untimely death at 53. Additionally there is a prologue and epilogue that succinctly introduce and conclude the reading experience.

    The book outlines Henson's entry into the entertainment industry as well as all of his creative projects, including The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth. Some of them like Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas I had never heard of before. Many projects never reached fruition and they are noted as well (although I did notice that his unproduced screenplay A Tale of Sand is now a graphic novel though it wasn't' produced during Henson's lifetime). But all his projects attest to the fact that Henson led an amazingly productive creative life.

    The writing was generally to the point although I found myself less interested in some of the business dealings behind Henson's various projects. But overall it was treated with a deft hand and I rarely found my interest wandering. The author very tastefully deals with Henson's flaws although initially I wondered if out of deference to family and friends the author might be tempted to whitewash a few aspects. In the final analysis the reader is privy to all the details without the author dwelling on incidents that really do not define Jim Henson. It is a tricky business with biography to deal with all aspects of the subject. Yet to do so in a prurient fashion is also a kind of distortion. By the end of the book I felt the author wrote with balance and fairness.

    While reading the book I found myself sharing aspects with my wife. Since finishing it I have found myself reflecting on the many fascinating and thought provoking facets of Jim Henson's life.

  • CheleB - Taxes made simple

    Every year my husband uses H&R Block At Home, for our taxes, and our 2 daughters. The format is very easy, and breaks things down into categories to make filing as simple as possible. It also allows up to 5 Federal filings, so his parents and sister are able to utilize it, saving all of us time and money.