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  • Gustavo - Exactly what I needed

    I'm planning to visit Italy next year, so I needed a guide in order to organize my trip. Rick Steves' book is exactly what I needed, with the most interesting places to visit, where to sleep and eat, prices, and useful tips. And besides, it's a guide really interesting to read, I'm enjoying it.

  • Hughbert Jass - Good, who cares if Roger took over

    OK, when Roger took over, the sound might have not have been Pink Floyd, but there was some classic Floyd here, admit it. I'm not saying that the Final Cut was a good album, I'm just saying that this isn't as bad as almost all floyd fans say, infact...IT ROCKS!!!!!!! It starts with a Pink Floyd show (Pink Floyd is the fictional character in this story), then it goes back to his birth (baby crying). It then kicks into his childhood problems, Dad dieing in war, abusive schoolmasters, overprotective mother, unable to deal with young lust. Then, his gilrfriend leaves him, and the pain of being alone is the last straw, and Pink Floyd goes insane. Then, on disc 2, Pink Floyd reaches out to the troubled youth in his music and becomes a successful rock star with lots of pride, but his paining memories still haunt him. Then, he uses drugs to calm himself, but thinks get out of line at his concert, the same concert where our story begins. Then, he realizes it needs to stop, and after a trial in his mind, it ends and he goes outside the wall. Oh, i forgot, the wall is an imaginary thing that isolates pink floyd from the rest of the world.

    As for the music, Rockin', "In the Flesh?" is 1 of those songs, not nearly heard enough. "Another Brick in the Wall" is a classic & an anthem for anyone who hates school. ok, i don't feel like going thru the rest of the songs, but trust me they're good, and i know some songs seem like filler, but it's only to contribute to the story.

  • Fountainhead "JR" - Secure against malware

    It was able to locate and destroy viruses or tracking programs that were not picked up by my Norton Security software. This gave me a peace of mind after my browser was hijacked and Norton could not find what did the hijacking. I emailed Norton about it but have not received a response from them and it has been about 3 weeks since I sent that email to Norton. Once installed it would block anything that was malware or possibly harmful to my system that got past Norton Security.

  • Jaernyx - Great for a small SSD.

    Read/write times on this thing are pretty phenomenal and generally higher than other same-sized or similarly-sized SSDs of other brands. I just put this one in a recent built I did, and have had mine for about a year and a half now, and its still going strong. Didn't use the cloning software, however, I clean install when switching boot drives.