www.thebakerpractice.co.uk Review:Dr R J N Baker & Partners Practice (formerly Dr Patel) - Information about the doctors surgery opening hours, appointments, online prescriptions, health information and much more - Dr R J N Baker & Partners Practice (formerly Dr Patel) The Surgery,91 Rushbottom Lane,Benfleet,Essex SS7 4EA, Information about the doctors surgery opening hours, appointments, online prescriptions, health information and much more
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Hi everyone, I have been on the pills since Sept. 1 and I do believe that my butt has grown. = am also taking peratcin to increase my appetite to gain weoght overall. But I do believe the pills are doing something but I have read other reviews so many timmes and want to know are maximum results seen after one month? And does it make you really gain weight in other places beside the butt area? Anyone that is still on pills can email me if they have more details, very interested in actual results of the product so four stars only because the length of time I have been on them. I am striving for a big nice butt!!! [email protected]
Made very cheaply.. even for a ouija board that has for years been made like a regular board game... cheap non the less... but this is a new standard of cheaply made... I have one made in the 70s-80s and even though it just made of regular game board material it still made way better than this one... Even with the cheap thin plastic planchette from then is better than the "light up" battery operated heavy version now... Planchette doesn't slide well either... Plus there were air bubbles all over the board insults... This wasn't worth the $14.00 I paid... I sure wouldn't pay the $20.00 every other place sales it for. The only reason it even gets two stars is for the design that is on the board which looks nice. Very disappointed in this purchase and the child that received it was excited till we started seeing how poorly it was made!
I have used this so much for DIY projects. The jig comes unassembled, but just a few small nut and bolts complete the install. Included drill bit is sturdy and sharp. Easy product to use, and foolproof hole boring. I have even let my 3 yeR old son cut some holes to "help daddy" with diy projects (holding the drill for him of course).
I am of Irish decent and loved the book. I have visited Ireland, and read a lot about the Potato Famine, which was what drove my ancestor to move to the new World. I loved how he drew the character out and made them real.
I LOVE the large size and shape and the price. It is however flawed in two major ways for me, so I will be returning it. The main reason that I'm interested in a smartwatch is to be notified that I am receiving a call or a text. I can almost NEVER hear any cell phone that I have ever owned. Even with the most obnoxious ringers and notifiers set to max, I only hear ANY brand of cell phone about 20% of the time. If it's in my pocket, or somewhere in the bed sheets, forget it. I can't hear them above normal environmental noise like televisions, radio, people talking etc. I wanted something that I could WEAR that would make noise and VIBRATE, VIBRATE, VIBRATE to alert me that I am receiving a call or a text. I've looked everywhere in the settings and it appears that this watch does not vibrate. The second major flaw that this watch has is that you can't set the proper time. On a 12 hour time format, my watch is determined to display any time that I set, as being in the AM. There seems to be NO WAY to set AM or PM. If I put it into 24 hour format, then the watch seemingly does not know if any time is AM or PM and displays no time of day at all. This is a MAJOR problem for me. The ONLY other reason that I want a smart watch is to Bluetooth sync to the calendar on my phone. I want to be able to set a time and date for a certain event in the calendar, and then I want a smart watch to ring AND vibrate and then stream that calendar event across my wrist. Not only does this watch NOT stream the name of the event, like I said before, it does not vibrate! But on an even more basic level, how are you supposed to set accurate event times when this not so "smart" watch WILL NOT LET YOU select the correct time of day/night. If I set the watch to 12 hour format, then it appears I can only schedule calendar events in the AM, which is stupid. If I set the watch to 24 hour time format, then the watch will, I can only assume, notify me TWICE of the same event. So, in the 24 hour time format, if I schedule an event for say 3PM, the watch is going to make noise and alert me of the event at both 3PM and 3AM, I assume, since it has no knowledge of AM/PM in the 24 hour format! That is a beyond ridiculous deal breaker! I couldn't care less about fitness tracking or camera abilities. Whoever designed this watch completely overlooked BASIC functionality in favor of trying to cram more and more novel features into it. This watch is an epic fail!
I love this little thing except for 2 things. First off, filling it with the little cup can be a PITA and it actually uses about 3-4x the amount of fuel you put into a lighter, every time you fill it. second, once you fill it, you kind of have to fluff the fibers inside up, in order to get them to transfer fuel right.