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Modkat Litter Box - White
Modkat Litter Box - White
Offered by Modko
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great products, needs disposable liners.., March 4, 2016
This review is from: Modkat Litter Box - White (Misc.)
This is a must have for people who live in small apartments, it completely prevents litter tracking. I also like the sleek design. Completely worth the money. The only thing that is missing is disposable liners. Washing the thick blue liner is gross and time consuming. I really wished that they had disposables that I could just pick up and throw away. I don't understand why they haven't produced it either - what happened to the razor/razor blade product model? Seems strange.

Energy Trading and Investing: Trading, Risk Management and Structuring Deals in the Energy Market
Energy Trading and Investing: Trading, Risk Management and Structuring Deals in the Energy Market
by Davis W. Edwards
Edition: Hardcover
Price: $58.56
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2.0 out of 5 stars Too much misinformation, it seems, February 25, 2011
This book has really left me baffled. The author is saying that "the number of deepwater drillships is on the decline" [because we're evidently running out of oil to drill for]. This statement is false because the number of deepwater drillships is actually growing (precisely because we're running out of oil and need to drill more). On the same page the author alludes to the idea that for the same reason global refinery capacity is not growing. While it is true in the US, he may want to check the data for the Middle East and India where rather massive capacity additions occurred in the last few years. Another reviewer here mentioned the author's misguided view on renewables. All this makes it really hard to trust anything else in the book. I would not recommend it.
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