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I haven’t quite finished reading Broken Trust (page 306) but decided to go ahead and post a review. After reading the previous book (Deadly Assets) I gave it a 2 star review along with unkind comments. This book is not much better, but after re-reading the poor reviews of Deadly Assets I have re-thought my review.
My son (who is 7 months old now) has been on this formula since he was 2 months old..it was a lifesaver for us! He had colic and acid reflux. The first 2 months of his life were hard. He screamed almost constantly and my husband and I were so desperate to help our little guy feel better. Finally, our pediatrician recommended this over the phone. We braved a snowstorm to run to the store and buy this expensive formula. It took a couple of weeks but we did finally notice a difference! We found this product on Amazon and immediately signed up for Amazon prime to have this delivered straight to our door with 2 day shipping. Imagine my surprise when I went to order it today and the price has gone from $53.94 for 6 bottles to $61.20! It is no longer cheaper to purchase here on Amazon. It now equals about $10.20 a bottle and we can get it at our local large chain grocery store for around $9/bottle plus we can use coupons that Similac sends us! Very disappointed..we loved the ease of ordering through Amazon while also saving money. We've also found it cheaper to buy diapers at the store with coupons as well. Sad day for my family when Amazon lets us down!!
I use this to replace my old SB5120 which has been awesome but after talking to a Cox Communications Rep they are saying that in the near future these will not be supported or may not work anymore. So I bought the newest I could find. I have read a lot of reviews on the SB6120 and not too many on this one so since it was new and I decided to try it.
Quite aside from the annoying DRM issue, I've heard from 2 friends who now have played it that it has been massively dumbed down, which is deeply ironic to me, because CLEARLY the people who have been waiting with huge anticipation to buy this game are not people who want to play a typical, obvious or simple game. The fascination with this game has been 100% about the deep, implied complexity of tinkering with creatures within the context of evolution, of the way species change and compete, of building things in one phase that seriously effect those in another. I have heard that NONE of these promises (in articles, interviews and countless previews of the game) have been carried through with anything but a superficial and almost insulting manner (in that these promises were essentially about a game they decided not publish, for fear of scaring away the supposedly revenue-driving middlebrow public). Here's one example: in the final version of the game, you can change a creature in every phase... without consequence, based on whim, doesn't matter what happened before. What a tragedy!! Clearly Maxis lost their nerve, or the executive team of EA -- with its almost genius capacity to destroy or lobotomize anything with true originality -- squashed the game down to the 3rd grade level.
Really quited the noisy, hammering pump in our fifth wheel. I wish I had known about this several rv's ago.