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I just finished figuring my taxes and it was a breeze, as always. H&R Block makes it quick(er) and easy. The "Help" links are very convenient. And I really like the price. I left the competitor years ago because of ridiculous pricing and rules...haven't looked back. I'll use this product again next year, all things being equal.
This is a great read especially for Ghostbusters fans from all around the world! The cover is different from another artist please do not get them confused...
Amazon must have changed their shipping on this mat, as ours arrived in a large box. Mat wasn't folded and was perfectly flat right out of the box. Smell was strong at first, but it always fades quickly!
Kept expecting this story to get better as I read it, but it just didn't. It was very easy to be sympathetic to the main character at first. It was understandable that she would seek to find out more information about the woman who was involved with her husband in an affair. It wasn't a great stretch to imagine that she became involved with Noah, even if cliche. There were some twists, especially the hit and run and the developments in that aspect. But, the ending was unsatisfactory, and one-sided. There are several victims in this type of situation, not the least of which is the children. I believe Cameron gets the major short stick -- the last mention of him was there was a second bedroom in his mother's cottage, if he wanted to come visit from college. Didn't feel as if Evelyn had a great future. She ran away to a place where she wouldn't have to face much. . . kinda the way she lived her life -- the path of least resistance.
The fun of collecting is different now than it was back in the 80s when I was young. Now it's all about the special insert cards that you have no chance of ever getting. Everything else is a "common." Well I buy a set each year for my nephew and have been doing so each year for the last 9... so I'll continue. Topps is the king... may as well stick with it even though none of this will go up in value.