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Purchased this 2012 car new at the end of the model year for $16,300. It is the GLS model with a manual 6-speed transmission and has all the goodies I require in a vehicle. Since purchasing this car, I've done all the scheduled maintenance and driven it about 100,000 miles. It has been rock solid reliable. It gets a steady 32 to 36 miles per gallon in mostly highway driving.
This is a good formula but the tub that I was given expires in a couple months. I got free samples from my OBGYN and there's expires in eight months but theses expire in two. I breast feed and use this sparingly and will definitely not all be used in two months, this is an inconvenience.
I was hoping it would work but it did not. I have finished half of the bottle and have noticed no increase in my supply. I have also noticed that my baby started being very fussy and gassy after I started taking it so I'm going to stop now and won't finish the bottle. Sadly it's just a waste of money in my case
Installed Sage-Act Version 2012 into a brand new Windows7 system ...the installation totally crashed.
Nice combination , great wifi all over my house now and thats not easy saying that I live in a log cabin and the logs seem to block out all other solutions that I have tried over the years
I haven't had this for very long yet, but I do notice some differences. I'll update once I have something more specific to say, such as lab results etc. If you have sleep issues I'm going to suggest that this does seem to effect that for the better. I got it to lower systemic inflammation to heighten the effectiveness of things I'm working on to correct some various chronic health issues. It occurred to me that with this kind of health challenge, my body would be blocking many of the proactive things I'm trying to do and essentially waste the money and effort I'm putting into them. Hopefully, by doing this, there will be a jump in effects of the other things I'm doing now as a result and without many other changes initially. Then when I add something expensive to the list of things, it should be that much more effective up front and I'll get more out of it.
The Kinks at their finest, the perfect rock song. I recently purchased one of their greatest hits cd's and it included the live version of Lola rather than the studio version. Maybe it was great watching the live show but listening to it at home, I didn't enjoy the live version as much with all the interruptions and audience banter. I decided to get the studio version separately.