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Probility Ann Arbor, Michigan (MI) - Probility Physical Therapy - Probility Physical Therapy is dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives. Probility provides outstanding therapy services in a welcoming and tranquil atmosphere across 12 clinics in Wastenaw, Livingston, and Lenawee County.

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  • richie - Looks much better then OEM with this installed along side a nice ...

    works perfectly for my 2012 V6 Camaro. Looks much better then OEM with this installed along side a nice double din head unit, the only thing i wish it had was the ability to show the outside temprature, but thats not a big deal.

  • StanS - Dust collector is not only very sufficient in collecting dust but very compact

    For a small shop situation this is the perfect solution to dust collecting provided you do not need a portable unit to move around to different locations. Somewhat noisy but not much different than other collectors with the same horsepower.

  • Bargain Hunter - Great right out of the box!

    I just installed this tv in my master bedroom. It took less than 10 minutes! Picture/sound are great right out of the box! Hopefully it will be a good purchase. I've only been watching it for about an hour.

  • needs70inch - An infuriating, but important, book

    This book is very difficult to like, let along love, but there are parts of it which are useful for anyone concerned about the class structure in America. The good section of the book is the center bulk - the carefully structured data and their presentation. That part is simply fantastic. The data, for the most part, is presented in a neutral manner (not easy to do!). Interpretation of that data is more difficult, but that is always the case. Those chapters (2 through 16) are easily worth the price of the book. Where the book, in my opinion, flounders, is in Charles Murray's interpretation of the data. One issue is the time period chosen. I would argue that the period between (say) the 1950s through the early 60s was highly unusual in American history. There were no great economic crashes, unlike (say) 1873, 1893, 1920 and 1929. Except for the Korean war, there were no open wars conducted by America in that period, yet we had a large standing army, with the Veterans' bill behind it and an openly recognized foreign enemy to unify the country. I suspect many men in Fishtown benefited mightily from the military in that period. Just a little bit later, we had Vietnam, which changed the equation. A more typical American period might have been the 1920s and 1930s - boom, bust and considerable inequality. I wonder how the results would have looked then? Charles implies similarity with his period, but that would be surprising considering the history of the 1930s, when there were many rootless people and the (official) birth rate was very low. Having said all that, this book is valuable in that it identifies class as an issue in American life. When the poor were portrayed as members of (quite specific) minorities, it was easy to ignore them - after all, they weren't real Americans. Now that this is happening to native whites, all of a sudden people take notice. That recognition alone is important.

  • Larry W. Poston - Great deal

    Great TV. Can not beat it for the price and quality. I also would like to give a thumbs up for Amazon delivery service. On time and very professional setup.