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This book did not answer all my questions and I found that visiting a SS office was more important anyway. The people there already know the inside story and they want to help. They just won't make any decisions between your various options.
This is my second Timbuk2 bag. I got the XS size first to just use it like a purse. I commute by bike to work about one day a week and the XS bag just wasn't big enough for a change of clothes and my lunch, etc. I debated getting a Large one but am so glad I went with Medium. It's huge! I'm only 5'1" so it looks a little ridiculous on me but I can ride my bike fine with it full of stuff. I think I will also use it as my luggage for trips occasionally. I got it in Silver/Lime-Aide/Lime-Aide color which is great for visibility on my bike (I don't trust the drivers in NM too much so I try to be as visible as possible). Timbuk2 bags are certainly expensive but worth it I think. They are quality bags and will last forever. I was also glad to find them on Amazon for much cheaper than the Timbuk2 website.
This product is pretty good. A few of the beers didnt really turn out that well but I think it may have been the way my boyfriend capped the bottles. Having said that, the beer that did turn out, was really good! It is a really fun activity for a father and son. My boyfriend and his dad worked on this together.
I got these Imrider Bike Pedals to replace the stock pedals (bad bearing) on my Trek 820 mountain bike. They came in a small box. I did not weigh them but they felt light yet sturdy and the bearings were very smooth. First thing I noticed was that they do not have reflectors, but I usually take them off anyway. The little screws provide amazing traction for my everyday use without any slippage. They feel so much better than the stock pedals, I wish I has switched to the pedals sooner. The pedals were labeled to put on the correct side and fit great. I happy been happy with the quality of this product. I do not go "mountain biking" but they work great for casual trail riding. I believe the statements by the company to be true and accurate. I would highly recommend this product to casual bike riders, I do not have enough advanced experience to recommend them for hard core use. I received this product at a discount in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. I also rely on reviews for products I purchase so I try to be thorough and honest with my opinion about the product. I do not get paid for writing reviews so it does not affect my opinion. I hope my evaluation of this product helps you make a decision about this product.
It's been clear for a while now that Michael Buble has been looking out to branch away from the standards that launched his career into his own brand of pop. From his debut to Nobody But Me, Michael's albums have steadily featured more and more on his own pop songs and away from the "safe pop" of Call Me Irresponsible's "Everything." But this exposes a problem that is especially prevalent in Nobody But Me: the standards he continues to do combine with his own pop songs (themselves which have become increasingly exploratory of more genres such as rap) combine to make for an uneven album. It's as if Michael tries to have it both ways - relying on his bread and butter standards, while also really trying branch out into pop. While I reside in the "standards" camp, I can understand Michael in not wanting to limit his career to simply singing other's songs. However, what made his earlier pop songs like "Everything" great was that they seamlessly combined with the rest of the album in a complementary and cohesive effort, in a way that they don't in Nobody But Me.