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I had an old version of a Hallmark Card Studio that worked on my windows XP OS and I loved it. I was able to create ANYTHING with it. This HCS is worthless in comparison. Yes, there are many extra graphics and fonts at my fingertips, but it doesn't offer as many projects as it claims and adding text and setting dimensions is a real pain. I'm glad I didn't spend more than $13.00 on it, because it's worth far less and at least I didn't break my wallet as much as Hallmark has broken my confidence in their product.
Several years ago I had poison ivy really bad. I am very sensitive to it and it seems to last for ever and causes me a lot of grief.
I was excited to use this product after reading the positive reviews and watching demo videos on YouTube but I'm so disappointed! I used a cloth and fine steel wool and it didn't make a difference. I actually wish I hadn't used it all because it just stained the scratches and made my table look worse.
I purchased this product at the mall yesterday, after a very friendly saleswoman chatted me up. I have bad skin, I'm lonely. I am just the kind of sucker they are looking for. She put the peel on my arm and it seems to peel off skin. In my head I said, it's probably just the product making those "peels" and not my skin. I purchased anyway, as you can barely get away from these people.. but I got out to my car, spread a drop of the product on a flat plastic surface, rubbed and I was right. It's not peeling your skin. The product coagulates and looks like peeled skin. Like Elmer's Glue. I have never been taken so easily and I could kick myself for the whole thing. The bottle that was in the box, has a broken/stuck pump so I can't even resell it on ebay or Amazon to the suckers who haven't figured out the trick yet.
Actually, the concept is pretty cool on how the Earth changes may happen (and may still be valid, actually, just not today).
Pretty standard study guide. Practice tests were helpful. Nothing outstanding though. Good buy if you get it cheap.
My 8 year old son got this game for his birthday and couldn't put it down. He would get stuck on some parts (which always happens to him in the LEGO games because he missed the objective or forgot to build something). Even though he finished the game, he still goes back and plays it because he really enjoyed it. He played other games at the same time so I can't say exactly how long it took for him to beat the game. It was within a week, though.