Dr David Rosen Gynaecologist and Specialist Laparoscopic Surgeon - Dr David Rosen graduated from the University of Sydney School of medicine in 1987. He trained in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at King George the Fifth hospital (now RPAH) and then undertook a 2 year Fellowship in Minimally Invasive Gynaecology at the Sydney Women’s Endosurgery Centre.
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There are many albums that I love enough to grant them a five star rating, but there are preciously few that I would call perfect- the Band’s self-titled 1969 “Brown” Album and Public Enemy’s “It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold us Back” come to mind, along with a few other albums, Blue Lines being one of them.
I bought 2 cases, it tastes good but didn't help me at all. I wouldn't suggest buying. It's very expensive and didn't work for my joints. I going back to joint juice.
a lot of the songs on here are very Mature in the ratings....a lot of them have perverted jirating movements associated with their dances, or fondling of ones self during dance....not recommended for under 13...just saying
We love it! No more lugging plastic bottles from the supermarket, then worring about PBA, and all the issues involved with mass consuming items in plastic containers (even if recycled)...it's an all-around great product. And if you don't care about any of that, consider that it only costs .40 cents per liter, it's always on hand, easy and fun to use. We use it only for club soda, and do recommend using filtered water (as in brita or under sink system) as quality is determined by the water you use, not by the fizzing action. Currently the best place to purchase carbonators is on the sodastream website, now that Boaters World is shutting down, and William-Sonoma in my area is always out of stock. Would be even more convenient if carbonators were stocked by a large national retailer such Home Depot, Lowes, TruValue maybe? Somewhere that you would normally go to on a regular basis, and thus also eliminate the need for shipping polution. Considering all it's advantages, it's still the best purchase we've made in a long time.
As I have arachnophobia, I just hate having spiders and cobwebs in my house. I have been bitten twice. I know they are mostly "good bugs" and eat other bugs. So I have tried to get rid of the other bugs; but had some "grandaddy longlegs" hanging around that drove me crazy. I haven't treated my whole house yet, but the places I sprayed so far seem to be free of both spiders and cobwebs. Nothing else I have ever used seemed to work as well or as fast. Will try to get my local Ace Hardware store to carry it and if not, I will order more as needed. Shipping was reasonable and fast.
Lady biker here. I got my first Timbuk2 bag in 2002, and loved it. I had it for 12 years, but it started turning funny colors and the pouch in front ripped, so it was time to replace it. However, this one seems more cheaply made and didn't seem like it was actually made for someone who commutes on their bike. It was annoying that there are less large pockets in the bag, but I could have dealt with that. My biggest grip is the strap. The little locking mechanism to keep the strap from suddenly unfurling and the bag falling down past my butt was constantly opening. Everytime I slid the bag around to my front to grab something, it would open and I'd have to catch the bag or because the strap would suddenly open to its full length. I commute on my bike and I take public transportation. So I really like being able to slide the bag to the front of my body to quickly grab my cell phone or my wallet, depending on where I'm going. It's extremely inconvenient for the strap to constantly unfurl.