noliquor.us Review:Citizens Against Drunk Driving - Website dedicated to information on opposing the expansion of alcohol and liquor sales. Information is provided on how to oppose a liquor referendum. Sample advertising and practical application to be against drunk driving. Not to be confused with Mothers Against Drunk Driving MADD.
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I purchased this for my 12-year-old daughter, and she loves it. It's soft, comfortable, and fits perfectly. She even loves to sleep in it (which I warn her is bad for the bra, but she insists it's just so comfortable). I would definitely purchase another one in any color. It offers a smooth appearance under her t-shirts and other tops, which is a plus! It's a great t-shirt bra! And the price is great, too.
Every year I buy the "Business" version of turbotax, because I need to file returns for a trust. The business version is harder to use and understand, less flexible, and more expensive than the web version for Individual filers. This year reached a new low, as TurboTax decided that not enough people filed state returns in the state I needed to file in, so they just weren't going to support that state (Kansas). To top this off, it now appears that they're missing the forms needed to file for an "other state tax credit", so I'll have to file my other states by hand too.
Loved reading this book! I love Rehab Addict, I live in a 116 yr old farm house and absolutely love old homes and antique furniture. I live to restore my home to its original state as well. Keep up the great work Nicole, don't let the opinions of negative people change you, you rock!
Worst customer service ever. I have been on hold for over 90 minutes for an authorization and validation code. Of course "an unusually high volume of calls only just now, not normally..." typical response. When I did talk to a rep, they told me my product code is incorrect, which is printed on the box. After I explained this several times the rep decided my product code was good to use after all. Go figure. The two reps I spoke with did not even understand what I am asking for, and the software asks for this information before it can be used. I understand these obstacles are in place to protect the product from theft, but for honest customers this is too much. They forced me to register the product over the phone, asking for my personal information in basically the most inaccurate recording method possible. They said without creating an account in this method I will not be able to receive a code, and that the only way to create it was over the phone. They gave me many different codes to try and placed me on and off hold at least 10 times, a code did eventually work. Intuit is obviously experiencing some serious technical issues, the service is horrible and nobody seemed to know what was going on. I just paid several hundred dollars to sit on hold and talk to morons for 1/5 of my day. When they said "please call us for support using this product later" blah blah all I could think was-> not a chance... I'd rather lose the 200$