Helpful votes received on reviews:82% (2,134 of 2,601)
Location: Virginia, USA
In My Own Words:
i provide psychological consultations for the courts and other agencies. i enjoy studying and experiencing u.s. history (living in virginia, you have to). unfortunately, ms and coping is a significant interest. my kids are very smart and creative - shane is a real inventor and cassie enjoys science and helping others.
history, constitution, development of democracy, forensic psychology, multiple sclerosis, playing with my kids and dogs, psychological consultations, trans-religious mystical spirituality.
My name is Mandy. I'm a 10 year old Blue Heeler. I'm really, really lucky that my master, Bob, ordered this food for me. It is delicious! He's kind of cheap, it doesn't give it to me all the time, because it's expensive. Sometimes he gives me a handful as a treat. Sometimes he mixes it up in my regular inexpensive food. I love this more than the cats like cat nip!!! I'm going to soon tell Bob that I've learned to use the computer. Bob gives everything a grade, I bet he'd give it an A+.
It is a nice mirror. Accurate. Nice frame design. It flips from standard setting to 5x magnification. The lights on the left and right sides of the mirror are much brighter than any lights we have in the house and are useful for putting on make-up without making those yucky mistakes. You can push a lever that controls the type of light -- day, office, evening, home (an inexpensive, thin colored screen rolls across between the light and plastic covering) ... I guess making my face look like I'm sitting in the sun, under fluorescent lights, on a date, or in front of the TV. There is an electric recepticle on the lower left side of the frame. I could see where that could be convenient,… Read more
Somehow it seems that over the centuries, democracy became capitalism and capitalism became pure oligopolistic greed. This book provides thoughts on some of the things that we can, in fact must, do in order to restore the humane ideals that the American founding fathers had strived to produce in the Declaration of Independence, Articles of Confederation, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. It is a book with outstanding ideas. Its writing is above average. I give it an "A+" for the topic and a "B+" for execution. I believe that this book is worthy of being part of university collections, public libraries, and on the shelves of those of us who pine for a humane democracy.