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This jacket is more than warm enough to keep you set throughout winter, if not you can definitely wear a hoodie underneath. this was fantastic as (im loras son btw) i have very broad shoulders for my height of 5'10" so the xxl fit my shoulders perfectly but it really makes you look broad hahahaha i dont look disproportionate normally but whne a wear that jacket my shoulders look huge. all thee seams are great and the zipper works without fail. just for instance, if you wear an xl get a jacket thats 2xl(xxl) and it should have a good amount of room for another garment and wont be too tight.
Loved this so much, a few months later had my daughters buy the Tab3 8 inch for my birthday - I think Samsung did a good job - the few quirks............well, you will find something wrong in everything if you look hard enough - this is good enough for me and this was my first tablet and to be very user friendly and very easy to setup and navigate thru
Please don't change a thing about this product! After reading the mixed taste reviews I was prepared for the worst and was blown away by how much I liked it. No added refined sugar or artificial sweetener meant no after taste whatsoever despite 21 grams of natural sugars that it does contain. It's sweet enough as is to someone who doesn't eat anything with refined sugar or artificial sweeteners. And I felt great throughout the digestive process; no unpleasant side effects whatsoever. Energized physical and alert mental state for hours. Did feel hungry again within 2 hours, but I can live with that.
Pink Floyd:The Wall is,as far as I know,the first dark,depressing album in history.From the hostile funky groove Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2 to the cries for help in Comfortably Numb(Which is the greatest song of all time).I've had some people say that Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 2 is trash beacause they're ignorant and don't listen to the rest of the fricken album!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When they say "We don't need no education...."what they mean is by "education" is that over in England at that time and even today some places they virtually beat the children into submission trying to get them to do things their way.That's the education they give.Remember Pink Floyd is an English band,originating in Cambridge,England.They were all born in England and therefore that's what they grew up with.Over there that's normal.Maybe now some of the critics will change their minds.Try listening to 107.5 or sometimes 96.1 but mostly 107.5,they play Another Brick in the Wall Pt. 1,The Happiest Days of Our Lives,and Another Brick in the wall Pt. 2 all in a row.Listen to the lyrics and then you'll get it.
That brings me to another point,the flow of the storyline.Basically the album is like a book which is why they were able to create a movie out of it.From Pink's(the main character,you on the second side in "In the Flesh"note not "In the Flesh?"you hear him say "Pink isn't well he stayed back at the hotel....." and on the first side in Young Lust"We have a call from Mr.Floyd to Ms.Floyd",at least it's supposed to say that but it says "Ms.Floyd to Ms.Floyd" instead.What gives?)father's death in "In the Flesh?" to abandonment by his wife("Don't Leave Me Now") to his breaking point in "Outside the Wall".It's a very sad story,but it happens.Hehehe as I'm typing the Forest Gump scene "**** happens" flashes through my head.
So in other words all you critics shut mouths and listen to entire the album.Pink Floyd schools all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Not even the Beatles compare to them!!!!!!!!!!!
P.S. Rap sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I am an avid fan of J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood books and read quite a lot of paranormal romance. I do, however, delve into romantic suspense from time to time. I wasn't sure what to expect from JR in contemporary romance. Honestly, I was captivated from the beginning. The "opposites attract" angle is a common one, but I felt this was fresh. She made me care about the characters enough to want to read about them again. Per JR fashion, the dialogue is witty and the sexual tension is burning off the page. John is one of the hottest alpha men I have read in a loooong time. And Grace, who had the potential to be very unlikeable in a rich diva sense, was admirable in her choices. When it comes to the sex itself, this is much tamer than BDB, but the lead-up is so delicious, I didn't really care. This plot itself is not heavy on action, but focuses on the development of the primary relationship, which I feel is something the more recent JR novels (although I have enjoyed them immensely) have been lacking. This may come off as boring and static to some, but I guess it depends on what you want from your romance. I like being in the characters heads, locked with them in a room, watching them sort it out. This definately delivered!