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Alarm Clock Xtreme
Alarm Clock Xtreme
Price: $1.99

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome app!, September 15, 2014
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Use it every day, multiple times a day. Highly customizable. Never let's me down!


4 oz. Purosol All Natural Optical Lens and LCD Cleaner (Mist Spray Bottle) + Professional Cleaning Kit (High Quality Brush + Air Blower Cleaner + Lens Cleaning Pen) + 1 Extra Large and 4 Original MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloths + 1 MagicFiber Pouch Keychain
4 oz. Purosol All Natural Optical Lens and LCD Cleaner (Mist Spray Bottle) + Professional Cleaning Kit (High Quality Brush + Air Blower Cleaner + Lens Cleaning Pen) + 1 Extra Large and 4 Original MagicFiber Microfiber Cleaning Cloths + 1 MagicFiber Pouch Keychain

5.0 out of 5 stars Great deal!, October 1, 2012
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This is a great package for the $$$! The 4 oz. Purasol is $16 by itself, so everything else is like a $4 bonus. Quick shipping (1 day earlier than expected). All items arrived in good condition. Would buy from them again!


Mint Microfiber Cloths, Pack of 3
Mint Microfiber Cloths, Pack of 3
Price: $11.21
8 used & new from $9.91

4.0 out of 5 stars Just buy the 3 pack of Mopping Cloths..., August 10, 2012
...not sure if they were not available on their own previously, but they are now! Mint Microfiber Mopping Cloths 3 Pack No need to buy this combo pack unless you need the dry cloths (just use swiffers or the like). Enjoy! :)


Over the Edge:  Death in Grand Canyon
Over the Edge: Death in Grand Canyon
by Michael Patrick Ghiglieri
Edition: Paperback
254 used & new from $0.01

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Updated Version???, May 21, 2010
I saw this book in the North Rim gift shop, but figured i could alway pick it online later. In the gift shop copy I looked at there were stories from 2009, but the publish date here (and everywhere else I look online) is 2001.

Can anyone who has recently ordered this book from Amazon tell me if the version they recieved includes the most recently updated stories??? Thanks!

BTW...It looks like a very cool book!
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Targus XL Backpack Designed for 17-Inch Notebooks, Black with Blue Accents (TXL617)
Targus XL Backpack Designed for 17-Inch Notebooks, Black with Blue Accents (TXL617)
Offered by ReStockIt
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111 used & new from $43.00

293 of 308 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great if you need a HUGE backpack, December 20, 2006
This thing is a MONSTER! It can hold as big a laptop as you could possibly own, with room to spare. Lots of compartments, almost too many. Bigger, in this case, is not better for me (but I don't have a giant laptop). Two things to keep in mind: 1. It can slip off your shoulders if you are a smaller framed person. My female co-worker tried it and this was a problem for her. 2. It is too big to be considered your "personal item" as an airline carry on. This is the kicker for me, as I travel quite a bit and my laptop backpack has to count as my personal item so that I can also bring my rolling carry-on suitcase. If you only need to bring a single bag on a short trip, this bag has plenty of room for a change of clothes, toiletries, etc., but if you need to bring more, then this bag will count as your big carry-on with most airlines. Just wanted to give people a heads-up!
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PNY P-FD1GBATT2-FS 1GB Attache USB 2.0 Flash Drive
PNY P-FD1GBATT2-FS 1GB Attache USB 2.0 Flash Drive

33 of 46 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY PNY!!!, March 24, 2006
Stay away from PNY products! I bought a PNY Attach Flash Drive a few months ago, and not only is it poorly manufactured (flimsy plastic case, very loose fitting, cheap looking...), but they do not honor their rebate offers! Stay away!


Star Wars Trilogy (A New Hope / The Empire Strikes Back / Return of the Jedi) (Widescreen Edition with Bonus Disc)
Star Wars Trilogy (A New Hope / The Empire Strikes Back / Return of the Jedi) (Widescreen Edition with Bonus Disc)
DVD ~ Mark Hamill
Offered by theorem
Price: $87.49
27 used & new from $49.78

7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars respect the history..., September 23, 2004
Look, I agree with both camps. Lucas should be able to make whatever changes he wants to make and release updates every year if he so chooses. It's his work of art and it isn't done until he says so. Just because he has given the public a glimpse into the first drafts of his vision, doesn't mean they were ever truly finished in his eyes.

However, the reason he has been able to finance his artistic vision of a 6 part saga is because of the ungodly amount of money he made on the original three movies. These movies have won countless awards and are an important part of our cultural history. For this reason they should be preserved for future generations to appreciate in the form in which they were originally presented. As much as Lucas doesn't want to, he will eventually give into pressure from the Hollywood community and release these films for archival purposes, although this will most likely not happen until HD-DVD becomes a standard and is in all likelihood many years away.

What I think he (and everyone else) is missing is the fact that the movies do not have to (and in my option, should not) be viewed in the order events take place (parts 1,2,3,4,5,6) in order to best enjoy the story. The public that has grown up with these movies viewed them starting with part 4, and I think in 100 years that this will be the preferred order of viewing these films. By then people will have moved on from movies to some newer form of story telling/viewing and these films will be seen as a historical slice of art in time (from the late 20th century). Most people who view an artists work (such as Lucas's) will want to see it presented in chronological (production) order, and will get more from it that way. You can see an artists progression as their work changes over the years. When it comes down to it, he doesn't need to make the films fit together so people and can watch them in the "correct order" because they were made in the correct order already. Anyone who views these movies in the future should start with Star Wars (part 4) and go from there, as we all have.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was a prequel and the opening of Last Crusade contains the opener where Indy is a teen. Does anyone suggest that I should pop in Last Crusade first for the opener, then take it out and watch Temple, then watch Raiders and finally pop Last Crusade back in to finish it all off in the "correct order". I'm sure someone has done it (as I know people have figured out a way to play the Pulp Fiction DVD in the order events take place), but does that make it the "right" way???

Play them in the order they were made and know the history of the films and you will enjoy them for what they are. No one should care that may actors change, minor plot points may not be in sync or special effects may be of different quality if they have an appreciation for the process (and history) of the making of these films.


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