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Buy this Louisville Slugger because it feels right, not because it looks good. It looks great, but the features a hitter needs are in how it swings and how it connects. It does both well.
The sense of balance is solid when ready to swing, as well as through the entire motion. Only real game time can test the sweet spot, but each swing and hit felt as it should. This is not the aluminum bat I had as a kid.
For me, a batting cage and pick-up game enthusiast, I am pleased. It is the best bat I have ever owned.
For those of you in a competition league, be sure to check if this bat is allowed. A great bat is only a great bat if it is permitted for use. With that caveat, I fully recommend the Louisville Slugger Z-1000.
I was very skeptical of taking these pills, seeing the price. However, I took the recommended amount before each meal and the second night I woke up at around 4:00 am and felt very ill. I ended up throwing up for about an hour this plastic blue goo (it's really hard to explain), it was very painful. After that I still took the pills because I thought that that's how you lose the weight. But that is not true, then for about a week nothing happened at all except losing weight magically (nothing came out). So I bumped up the recommendation to three before each meal and that's when it really worked!!! But it happened about three hours after I took the first three-make sure there is a bathroom near- you will need to be able to quickly go to the bathroom and sit there for a while.
I have been on Lipozene for less than two weeks and have already lost 11 pounds, I only run about 20 minutes a day and don't diet. I will have to stop with this product due to finance. I wish I could afford more, but as soon as I can I will be ordering this product again!!!! It was so helpful.
Without giving any spoilers I have to say this is a great read! The biggest issue I have read that people have with this book is the ending. I've got to say I initially did not like it either. However, when I thought about it it had a creepy twilight zone, psycho feel to it. If it were a movie I'd imagine the final scene with the camera zooming out and the psycho theme playing.
For content I give the book 5 stars: it is on par with other works of its kind i.e. The Celestine Prophecy; however, I was disappointed that the publisher/printer did not proof the book adequately prior to publication. In my copy, page 261 ends abruptly with an unfinished sentence. There is a missing portion that would have formed the transition between pages 262 and 263. Page 265 begins in mid-sentence. There also appears to be what printers refer to as "ink starvation" wherein the print fades out in sections. Alas, I am old enough to remember a time when even the most humble of published works were a reflection of the printer's craftsmanship. It is a shame that so important a work as this book has succumbed to the inherent systematic lowering of standards in our techno-driven world to which Mr. Pinchbeck so eloquently alludes.
I recently read and finished this book after hearing an interview with the author on NPR. I was touched more than anything by one thing she said. She said (and I paraphrase) that many young people in the US want to start their own business or become entrepreneurs because of the wrong reasons, including wanting to make more money or not wanting to work under someone else. She said both of these were the wrong reasons to start your own business venture and that one of the reasons that one should start one's own business is to create value.
This answer alone is worth far more than five stars. I immediately bought this book and read it in one go. Thereafter I was stunned to see all the negative reviews of this book on Amazon the controversy fueled by these reviews which claims some inaccuracies on the Author's part. These inaccuracies have been explained away by the Author in an article in the Huffington Post.
However, on closer scrutiny you will realize that these "reviewers" are nothing more than the minions of the communist party of China who have been asked to flood this website with negative reviews. I urge one and all to not believe these minions and read the book and decide for themselves. Additionally, people could also hear her interview on NPR and read her article on the Huffinton Post.
P.S.:- I think the article "The Persecution of Ping Fu" by "Harold Evans" on "The Daily Beast" is a must read too, just to get a better idea of how these so called "reviewers" operate. They are there too mind you, and have posted the same replies which each one of them has been asked to post by their "Supervisors".