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  • Tim Frank - Great Book!

    To anyone trying to understand the "mysteries" of female behavior, this book is a great education in relationships! My wife loves the "new me". I highly recommend this book to those guys trying to puzzle through the strange responses they sometimes get from their favorite lady.

  • Hans C. Zetzer - WARNING Airborne Dangers!

    I found that Airborne has a full day of vitamin A; hence making it possible to overdose on vitamin A which is dangerous to your liver. There is also no clinical trial for taking Airborne issuing a class action settlement for a full refund.

  • ferd - A better way, do it yourself save some bucks

    I tought these would be a great item to secure my hard bags on my 2016 FLHR, but to my surprise after a 100 mile ride they unscrew them self from vibrations. I would recommend you buy go to any hardware store like ACE and get 2 slip nuts/ 2 nylon washers, 2 thumb bolts(or a SS bolt) 1-1/2" long the sized about 1/4 or 5/16. Remove only one of the Harley insert on each side, install new slip-nut. then install hard bags. You will have Security, one will quick attach the other will have to be removed with thumb nit or a wrench, for about 5 bucks.

  • Ally - Replacement seat pads offered through other websites! Great seat.

    So we've had this seat for several months now and am still loving it! I have a Toyota Solara which is a two door, we have the seat rear facing in the middle on the 3rd reclining option. It does not cause a problem with the two seats in the front nor does it obstruct there headrests movement in the event of a crash. This seat has been a dream to install with the fact that the pad pulls up easy for clear proper installation. There is more than enough padding to keep your child comfortable and safe in the event of a crash and extended trips. With that said the pad can easily be removed without uninstalling the seat I personally use woolite to prevent further deterioration and hang dry. My daughter is 3 and is potty trained but refuses to wear a pull up, and I've tried countless piddle pads which were useless forcing her to sit in a wet seat. I however did find on Bed Bath and Beyond, that replacement seat pads for the Maxi Cosi 70 are on their website for purchase.