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When I purchased this game, I did like how they created their Mii Character Sparky Whitmore, but the gameplay is a bit flawed becuase When someone asks the survey and you get it wrong you don't get anything and when the opponent misses the question, the game does not go to another question or to the next player, rather it goes to the next round making it very unfair if you have a low score. Though this game could be better, I think that UBISoft can make it more great than this. It's not the very best, the best is the 2010 version which features the final set of John O'Hurley before the move to Orlando, FL (2010-2011) and now, Atlanta, GA (2011-present).
Watched all 11 seasons in about 6 weeks, and felt like I was living it with them. A week after finishing season 11, I'm still devastated that they would kill Derek off so quickly and without much closure. I just kept praying that Merideth would wake up from her 5 o'clock 'freak out' and it would have all been just her thinking of the worst case scenario. I guess I still keep wishing it would happen, after all, we did go through a year and a half worth of time in a few short episodes, why not go backward too! Although it felt like the series would go on forever previously, now I'm not so sure. I don't think it will ever be the same, but I do still love most of the characters, so for me it's still worth watching for now...
Disgusting company I purchased this product via 800 number after watching the commercial and tried to cancel my order after reading the various reviews. I could not get in touch with anybody from customer service and the sales rep hung up on me. Shame on me for making such an impulsive buy I just hope the unit works better than the reviews suggest.
I have to say this is one of the best military fiction I have read in a while. I devoured it in one sitting. It is well written, the characters are well developed, and the story is fast. The other really good element of this book is that the fast pace doesn't conceal a lot of things that make me wince when reading poor military fiction. Lately, admittedly because I peruse the low cost Kindle books, I have been reading military fiction where the author can't bring the reader into the world they are building. Too many times you are jarred from the story when a navy "Captain" doesn't know port from starboard, a starship captain lacks a basic understanding physics, and/or firefights are weirdly reminiscent of comic book battles.
This chair and all of the attachments/accessories I ordered really helped me with maintaining my flexibility. It has also helped my stiff joints feel better and move better. Thanks!