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Season 12 proved why this show is GREY'S Anatomy. Loved this season and took so many turns. The "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" episode made you literally feel the discomfort of all involved and Pompeo was outstanding in the attack episode. Sad that Sara Ramirez is leaving this year, but can't wait for Season 13. Amazing writing/acting is why after everyone wrote this show off with the death of Derek in Season 11, this show leads ABC in ratings including beating the ratings for Scandal and HTGAWM all year and actually INCREASED its ratings this season.
These potatoes are great. My mom and I actually used these to cater a wedding earlier this year, we got so many compliments on the potatoes. I did add some sour cream to give them an extra flavor boost but even without they are delicious!
I've owned this set for close to two years now and this is my second set. The first one was lost in my last move. I like this set for a few different reasons, and until I feel the need for a high end set that I want to hand wash, I'll continue buying these for years to come.
This is a hitters ball for sure. It sets very well the indentions on it are awesome. It is a little bit harder than the average rec ball but once you get use to it there is no other ball like this out there.
Purchased the latest version of this program and running on my brand new MacBook Pro running the latest OS (10.8.2). Imported data - no problem. Looks great. Start entering invoices....crash. Restart. 2 more invoices. Crash. So on and so forth. Called tech support and had to pay either $49 for one phone call or $85 for 3 months. I did it. As tech takes temporary control over your computer, they saw it crash 5 times. Tried all of the help steps together. Crash. Sent file in for repair. They said nothing was wrong with the file or the program. In the end, they said it must be a problem with my operating system. I asked if this does indeed work with the latest Mac operating system and they said yes. So how can it be the operating system? Told me there must be a conflict - maybe some strange customer file, or template (I have used the standard template and also one of my own and still - crash). There is no other help beyond this. So I have paid for the software I cannot use, the $85 for tech support, countless hours and... I'm about to crash. If Intuit does reply to this email, I would love more than the standard corporate response. This is a big problem for me - my entire business runs on Quickbooks - and now looks like I have to resurrect my old computer and go back to Quickbooks for Mac 2009 (will this work on my new computer?) and ask for a refund (is that possible - downloaded about 7 days ago)?
Just bought Finale 2014 directly from the company as a download. On my iMac 27 I7 processor it is a disaster. The Finale 2014 Preferences file in User/Library keeps getting corrupted preventing the program from even opening. Every time I want to use Finale I must delete the preference file (Finale 2014 Preferences") if I want the program to open. I am using BW MM-1 USB speakers.
Just started using this stroller with our 6 month old and so far really enjoying it. The ride is definitely not as smooth as our full-size stroller (Britax b-agile) but I think that's just how it goes with umbrella strollers. The folding mechanism is easy, though does take me both hands to do it. The height of the handlebars is great - even my 6'3" husband can use it comfortably. The basket is small but fits the essentials. I really like the safety strap release buckle - easier than on the b-agile. It feels solidly built.