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  • Diablo "The Lord of Terror" - At last, my victory over "good" is complete!For the last 15 years, as I served as the constant whipping post for thousands...nay, MILLIONS of pathetic worms who have plundered my depths and banished me and my brothers to the soulstones time and time again! NO LONGER! On May 15 in the year of the Panda, 2012, my plan to claim victory over the Nine Hells and the High Heavens has come to fruition! Behold, the chronicle of my journey thus far!

    Day 1: Millions of hapless insects gathered with their gold in hand and their steel drawn as they prepared to storm my doorstep, thinking that I, the Lord of Terror, would stand idly by as you farmed me for loot. Little did you suspect that my secret weapon "error 3007" would lay you all low! Those of you that happened to slip by my net came face to face with my uberlieutenants-- Lagmodan, The Serverbreaker,and Archbishop Disconnectus.

    Day 2-5: See day 1...

    Day 6: The delays caused by my impenetrable server defenses allowed me to fortify the Champions of Hell and overwhelm the puny Nephalem forces when they finally arrived...such awesome and destructive powers as: Molten QQ, Plague of Ridiculous Enrage Timers, and Arcane Orbital Repair Bills. To finalize my triumph, I ensured that any artifacts that my minions were carrying were at LEAST 5 levels lower and were utterly useless to the would-be plunderer. Truly the tears of the righteous are as music to my blackened soul!

    Day 7: I rested...

    Day 37: I have struck another triumphant blow! I have created a market place for the Nephalem, which is the only means of obtaining artifacts of any significant power. However, the true devious nature of this monstrosity is what makes it so delicious! In order to utilize it, the Nephalem are required to use a strange currency known as US Dollars, which they cannot access unless they willingly pay a 30% tithe to the forces of evil! MUAHAHAHAH! I really intended to slaughter them on day 1 with this device, but Belial was having trouble getting the Koreans on board with it.

    Day 38: Once my demonic auction house of real money was fully operational, and the sniveling maggots were happily lapping up items of significant power with which to best my forces...I dropped ANOTHER masterful stroke on them, claiming yet another victory for Team Hell! I unleashed the Mighty Nerf-alem Hammer on all treasures under the High Heavens, making them nearly useless. Many who had spent their precious gold, real and virtual, were now banished to the Halls of Buyer's Remorse. I used the tears and subsequent blood of my fallen enemies to fill a bath, and washed myself in the Basin of Greedy Deception!

    Day 45 and counting...: My saga continues to unfold, as many once-hopeful heroes have abandoned their quest altogether. Perhaps they will have an easier time slaying pandas soon... Those stalwarts who have chosen to stay, trapped in my Devilish Hamster Wheel of Doom and cursed to wander the Malignant Slot Machine of Rmah, do so in the vain hope that "things will get better." No mortal, they will NOT! Even when you are able to use the treasure you have purchased against EACH OTHER in Player vs. Player combat (no, really, it's coming...TRUST me...*evil laugh*), you will still be subject to my law of Eternal Internet Connection. Only once I've milked every last dollar and gold piece from these lackeys will I then pull the plug on the ServerStone forever! Just in time for Heart of the Swarm and Pandasy Island to be unleashed upon this ripe, unsuspecting world!

    Sincerely yours,
    Lord of Terror

    PS. Yesterday, my watchful eye spotted a 59 year old Hardcore Witch Doctor who was about to celebrate his 60th Season. I unleashed a Latency Storm on him as he was engaging 3 champion Heralds with "Waller, Plague, Arcane and Extra Life"...he is now a level 3 HC Monk. O tis fun to be evil!
  • Jason Miller - I love AndroidThis is the greatest tablet ever. Cheaper easier and fastrer than the ipad. It is my new computer I hardly even open my laptop now.
  • Lucas Falor "Aquarius2012" - Best Productivity Product for MacAfter seeing all the terrible reviews, I thought it might be useful to state my satisfaction with this product. Before purchasing Office:Mac 2011, Family Edition, I researched the Apple offerings in iWork, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. The reviews for the Apple products were bad, even on the Apple site, and many reviewers noted that Apple hasn't spent much time of late improving any of these products; In fact, several users noted that Numbers had lost functionality that power users relied upon. Given the price point, and the ubiquity of Office for productivity and business, I made the decision to go with Office:Mac 2011 over iWork '11.

    I have used two licenses of the family bundle on a MacBook (mid 2007, C2Duo 2.13Ghz, 2GB RAM) install, and an iMac (C2Duo 2Ghz, 8GB RAM) install. While Office runs a little slow on both of these machines with 2GB of RAM, especially with a browser or other application running, I noticed a significant improvement on my iMac when I upgraded to 8GB of RAM for around $60. Office 2011 runs like a champ now on my iMac, and is certainly usable on the MacBook.

    Our biggest use of the product is for Word documents. My Wife uses the Word templates for a club newsletter, and I have used the other products with success. We're home users, so I can't speak to the heavy-business crowd, but I would expect this software to be just as suitable for business on a Mac as it is on a PC. I think the UI updates are fantastic. Document control is done with a tabbed interface which separates the document setup effectively while making changes accessible rather than having to go through the application menu.

    Overall, great product. Highly recommended to the Mac crowd out there. Not sure what's causing the bad reviews - maybe the users need a RAM, or other system upgrade, rather than blaming this software product. I would recommend having at least 4GB of RAM to run the Office suite smoothly.
  • Maulbeere - Esotericism distilled and viewed through the 2012 lensI'm pleased to have been synchronistically guided to buy this book at a local store before seeing the Amazon reviews, which might have put me off this valuable find. This book is for me a catalyst, illuminating and inspiring. Several avenues of personal investigation have opened up in areas that I would not have realised related to my seeking, were it not for Mr Pinchbeck's prompting. Even so, in some areas I don't have the resources or sufficient interest to read all the materials I'd like. Finding them here in not only summary form, but discussed in the context of the shifting of energies to the Aquarian paradigm was fascinating, thought-provoking and also wonderfully expedient. I feel like I've just saved several years of research, and yet added dozens more.

    I didn't notice any problems with the structure. I thought it organic, having a natural progression through grouped concepts, interwoven with the authors timeline and personal path to esoteric understanding. This is important because reality is subjective - each person approaches an understanding of an idea in their own way, informed by their experiential and cultural backgroud - so to fully assimilate the kind of knowledge offered by Mr Pinchbeck, it helps to know how he got there, then your own ideas can be attached to the filters appropriate for your individual path. Moreover, all of this diverse content is foundational to the culminating point of who-what-why-when-where and how 2012 affects the cosmos and human development specifically.

    This is not a book to read at a single sitting, or perhaps just once. Unless you're already happily familiar with all the philosophies, science and phenomena he exposes for your consideration, there is a massive amount of information to digest that would be missed if it were merely skimmed. At no point does the author tell us what to think, and remains open and non-judgmental, offering insights but avoiding stating his opinions as if there were fact. He takes responsibility for where his path has taken him without being apologetic or falsely humble.

    There's a long bibliography and index in the back. Some of the major ideas and writers pulled into coherence with respect to the changes we expect to see pivoting around the winter solstice in 2012 include:
    Aliens/UFO's, Apocalypse, Archetypes, Jose Arguelles, Astronomical alignments, Anhuasca/Psychedelics, Aztecs, Bible, Calendar systems, Ecologiocal crisis, Carl Johan Calleman, Fritjof Capra (Tao of Physics), Christianity, Consciousness, Crop Circles, Aleister Crowley, Edward Edinger, Albert Einstein, Julius Evolva, Fairy Tales, Luis Fernando, Jean Gebser, God-image, Harmonic Convergence, Patrick Harpur, Eltjo Haselhof, Gerald Hawkins, Robin Heath, Martin Heidegger, Hopi, John Major Jenkins, Carl Jung, Mayans, Terrence McKenna, John Michell, Mind and the nature of reality, Friedrich Nietzsche, Noosphere/universal continuousness, Numbers/sacred geometry, F. David Peat, Prophecy, Psyche, Quantum Physics, Quetzalcoatl, Reincarnation, Shamanism, Rudolf Steiner, Synchronicities, Time.
  • Chicago Book Addict - Simply gorgeous writingThis was one of those books I adored from start to finish. There were times I caught myself staying up later than I intended to or nearly missing my stop on the bus because I wanted to finish the book, it was that good. What I loved about the book was that Tessaro's writing was simply beautiful. Her writing is very descriptive and evocative so the scenes jumped off the page for me and it was easy to get into what was happening in the book. I especially loved the descriptions of scents in the book and how she related them to characters' personalities or happenings in the book. I also really enjoyed how the story unfolded. There were enough twists and turns to keep me interested and left me wanting to know how the book would end.

    Overall I'm not sure I could have loved this more. It was a very compelling read and I think would be a perfect book to tote along for a day at the beach. Highly recommended!