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Bought this to go in a bedroom, mounted on the wall as a secondary monitor for PC gaming. Have only had it for a few days but it is a pretty good TV. Mine is the 39inch. These are the settings I used to get a good PC Gaming picture:
I use this to season tilapia or chicken filets for a high-protein, low-calorie lunch. Put the tilapia or chicken in a toaster-over pan lined with foil. Baste it with melted butter, and sprinkle with this stuff to taste (liberally in my case). Bake in the toaster oven for 13 min (tilapia or thin chicken-breast filet) or 18-20 min (thick chicken-breast filet). Easy clean-up when done -- throw away the foil.
Excellent read! I found myself interacting with this book as if Luvvie was speaking directly in front of me. I nodded my head in agreement, laughed out loud at her pop references, smiled when she discussed her childhood and became solemn when she discussed Black Lives Matter movement and rape culture. Every topic is conveyed with quick wit and lovable judgment, traits about Luvvie that I have loved since I first started reading her blog.
Loved....loved...loved this coconut milk body scrub. This toatally smells so amazing...and it is not because I ove all things coconut neither.
With two soy/dairy allergic children we were so excited when we discovered Daiya. They love it no matter how we use it. Imagine being a kid and not being able to enjoy cheese.. I would say the only thing they could improve on is the smell... it's quite strong. But as long as the kids like it - we'll continue being huge Daiya fans!
This was a good read with an interesting concept. I hope to see a continuation of the story. Overall, the book was enjoyable. The book had a good mix of techno-babble and human relations with some unfulfilled romantic longings. Some authors dwell excessively on the technology and physics. Such books tend to read more like a college textbook at times. This author included enough explanation to keep the story interesting yet did not bore me with page after page of techno-babble. I liked the way that the main female character transitioned over time.