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miocar isn't amazing in my opinion already and haven't even seen a car. I filled out the app then they sent me an email that said depending on my community I may be charged an annual fee. at the bottom of the email it says for customer help to call this number so bbn I called it because I had a question about that and the lady said to call back tomorrow because this is an emergency line and wouldn't respond my question so this application sucks to me
Trials limited to 5 messages then they delete them if you provide any contact info to the recipient. So useless really then, very expensive for full membership for what it is. Id say dont bother and obtain on SALT instead. Also allows LGBTs to join which I dont agree with.
How can a so called "Christian dating" application encourage a same sex relationship. I had the option to pick which gender i was interested in after selecting which gender I am.. seriously doesn't sound right to me. What evs if your into that items but really? on a Christian app?
looks like it was thrown together in a hurry: there is not even a password verification when one signs up, nor can you see the password when you type. Tell me who has been this negligent in 25 years of the internet? Huge security risk!
I have NOT been able to log into your application EVER - right from the moment I signed up/created a profile on your website! I've tried reinstalling this useless application on my phone as well as changing my password via your website, and up to now, I have not been able to move pass beyond the log in screen. Perhaps it's about time you hire more experienced and better qualified Application developers to maintain your app, Christian Connection team...??
Has potential however it is very expensive to be a full member... I remember I created an acc and deleted it and then came back a few weeks later to create a fresh one... The fresh acc was the one I was getting frequent messages but your admin deleted it and created me go back to my old one I just didnt obtain it... On top of that although not the apps fault people do ignore your waves etc.. Are we not meant to be Christians?... Overall I just found the process of getting to know people a struggle...
Not a poor first effort for the application would like to see an easier log in instead of having to remember your username ( eg: use email or username) would also like to see it remember my log in info or stay logged in after the application is closed otherwise it's no various from using the www service on a mobile device... Which I might add at least remembers your log in for a while
It's good...when it works. It often gets stuck on the loading screen and eventually says that you are not connected to the internet (even though I am, and other apps etc are working) The chat feature looks better on the application than it does on the website.
That full members can only notice other full members is a complete deal breaker. This website seems a bit greedier than most. I've paid for just 1 month and even having paid, I cannot begin a conversation with any other members unless they've also paid.
one more untrustworthy so called Christian dating application place in your country and email address and then it ever stops saying please wait or something like that nothing but a scam under the guise of the heading Christian hmm wonder just how satisfied jesus will be about this on judgment day.
this globe bee amazing for what I need to haveing a amazing life with some one that's willing two love me and that can trust me .andcan note that I will be in love with you I tack my love life verey surat no disrespect but I don't like to go to bed with a woman on the first date I like to respect the lady by taking her out and having a amazing night and I would like to know what the lady would like to do in the near future what would you like to be I like to know more about the ladies and the lady knowi
If you have ANY interest in Silicon Valley and the innovators and folks who brought you the ability to use the device you are probably reading this review on - not to mention the internet - then this is a must-read! Tech nerds, history nerds, readers, obtain this unbelievable oral history!
Astonishing oral history of Silicon Valley spanning a lot of years and stories. This is an indispensable tutorial for anyone seeking to understand how the most necessary industry of our time was created, and continues to lead.
A soldier disappears after he has come back from Iraq. His father, Hank Deerfield (Tommy Lee Jones), is alerted and sets off in the hopes of finding his son. He soon finds out that his son was actually killed, brutally you might say, his body chop up and burned. The evidence lead in no true directions, but it soon becomes apparent that his troops bodies are lying, also, the photos that Hank recovers from his son's phone, seem to suggest that something happened in Iraq. To say anything more would be to ruin the movie. However, this film is not just a crime story, where we follow the father and cop (Charlize Theron) as they obtain to the bottom of the mystery. This is a story about war, the people in it and at hoome, as well as bravery and sorrow. It is told carefully, and with skillfully precision by the entire cast, and Paul Haggis. By the end, we don't even really care about the murder being solved, just that the father finally created peace with his son. He understands better than anyone what battle does to a man, you can see that clearly in his eyes throughout the movie. Only one thing bothered me about this movie, and it is actually something that bothers me quite often. Music. I don't mind melody in movies, I don't even mind melody that enhances a certain emotion, sorrow, happiness etc. No, what bothers me is that moviemakers feel that they need melody so badly, when really, they don't. More often than not, the photos and actors speak the words clearly, we don't need the sad tones to emphasize what we are already feeling. It's not that poor in this movie, but I did message it a few times, where it bothered me. _Last words... don't watch this film and feel like you need to "figure it out". It's not about that at all, just let yourself to be swept away be the awesome cast and allow the story onfold itself in front of you. This is not a story about a crime, but a story about a father... and a son._
**Ray Harryhausen's best work** Forget the patches of swinging sixties dialogue and the questionable acting prowess of Gila Golan and allow us instead consider Harryhausen's superb animation, the beauty of Erwin Hillier's Technicolor photography and Jerome Moross' unbeatable western musical score - definitely the best soundtrack for a western ever recorded. Yes, indeed, _even better_ than his score for The Huge Country. James Franciscus (star of Beneath the Planet of the Apes) is the character here and although two dimensional - the old Franciscus charm saves the day. Franciscus gives us a likeable character to root for here. Able help comes in the form of Richard Carlson ( Monster from the Black Lagoon) and Laurence Naismith as a wily professor. A surprisingly violent movie with two people ending up screaming and kicking about in the titular Gwangi's jaws - a circus midget and a mouthy Mexican - but both of them had it coming, _so that's okay._ - Potential Kermode
The Western fantasy movie boosted by some Harryhausen genius. Shot in Technicolor by Erwin Hillier and in Dynamation, The Valley Of Gwangi sees Tuck Kirby (James Franciscus) and a squad of cowboys obtain more than they bargained for when they enter a hidden valley in Mexico. For here, prehistoric monsters reside and the cowboys come up with the idea of capturing a Tyrannosaurus Rex to become the chief attraction in the circus they work at. The makers of Gwangi never hid their motivations or homages, from the off they wanted to nod towards King Kong whilst pairing the Western and Fantasy genres in the process. The effect of which is an enjoyable if unfulfilled film that again sees Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion creations save the day. Directed by Jim O'Connolly with a screenplay by William Bast, The Valley Of Gwangi suffers not because of its bonkers plot (this is after all why we watch this type of genre offering), but more because of the slow first half that threatens to place the viewer into torpor. Thankfully the movie is saved by the afore mentioned Harryhausen who unleashes prehistoric joys on the B film cast (tho Laurence Naismith is considerably better than the material given him). While the ending raises the adrenaline sufficiently enough to have created the wait worth while. Jerome Moross lifts from his brilliant score for The Huge Country with mixed results; it just feels out of put here, even if it's stirring and pleasing to the ears. And the Almería, Andalucía zone work in Spain is at one with the material to hand. Saturday afternoon creature fun to be enjoyed with either popcorn or something stronger from the drinks cupboard. 6/10
What a delight. Everything has already been eloquently expressed by people, and it's all true. This android game is such a delight. I am not a gamer, being of the older persuasion with my brain not geared for that sort of thing, and it is taking me more than these 2 hours that someone mentioned to play. But I am not frustrated when I obtain stuck, I test again later and suddenly it becomes clear, I cry out in delight for it is so smooth, so attractive so surprisingly simple. I love it. I bought the additional levels as well and am eagerly awaiting the sequel. Thank you for the loving design and gameplay. A real jewel.
What this android game lacks in length, it has in depth. Every aspect is thoroughly designed and it shows. The artwork is stunning, filled with detail and lovingly crafted. The video test is so smooth that you almos don't realize how complex are the puzzles; manipulating this strange globe with bizarre geometry becomes second nature right from the start. And the sound design is just perfect. Every interaction with the globe highlighted with attractive sounds that don't feel out of place. Every part of the android game comes together in a lovely whole.
I think this is a amazing game! Yeah I paid 4.99 for the main android game and 1.99 for the extra levels, but it's well worth it. All 18 levels for less than 50¢ each is a steal compared to most free to play android games out there that at some point require you to purchase in-game items. I feel if the developers for this android game continue to produce quality levels at an affordable price, then it's a android game worth keeping and replaying. Almost like how you bought a console android game and would replay it for time or out of nostalgia.
This android game is one of the most attractive android games I've ever played. It's simplistic design & stunning colors transport you into another world. The story was easy yet attractive as well. I never had any issues with the android game freezing or skipping. It's very fluid. Very addictive game. Played through Ida's dream and expansion the day they came out. My only criticism for this android game would be there aren't enough levels. I want they were going to continue making more. :( def worth every penny.
I like this book but none of the reviewers I see here seemed to have the same reaction I had to the rst off, it is very well written. There are different story threads, following different characters, as they end up in the same put - a future Tel Aviv. It mixes recognizable info with future info - firmly letting you know this is the future but it is a future you can envision. It was a bit confusing at first but it settled down and became clearer after a bit. The future it describes is interesting and ever, the book felt very much like it was setting up this world. If I found out this was going to be the first in a series, it would totally create sense. Everything built to an ending and we did obtain a kind of ending. We see why these people moved together to be there and we see that a lot of of them were manipulated in a method to obtain there to do what required to obtain done to have that scene.But the end didn't provide closure. I understand now where they were headed and for what. But it isn't "Ok, that is resolved." It doesn't feel that method at all. At the end I felt "ok... so what does that mean? What is going to happen now?"I am giving it the 4 stars I wish to give if we are going to obtain another book with some more information. But take it with a grain of salt. If this is the end all and be all... it feels sed on the other reviews, maybe it is only me. But I need some closure. Or some direction as to where these people are going from here.
Welcome to a future globe and have fun trying to explain this book to your mates after you read it. Tidhar has made a globe of sentient beings including cyborgs, Robots, data vampires, and most humans have a unique node the connects to the "conversation." The conversation seems to be like Twtter on steroids connecting a being with others across the universe.
This is a beautifully written... well, it is really a number of well connected short stories that form a larger narrative. I loved the method the author showed the reader the future, explaining only by exposition. I was tempted to give it only 4 stars because of the unexpected ending. Read it and you'll search out. Oh, I sailed through this, carried by the writing and awesome characters and setting(s).
Reads at times like an arc of linked short stories rather than a novel , but they'reengaging stories so that's not a disappointment .The book's characters are members of the community surrounding the base of a zone elevator in the middle of a Tel Aviv centuries in the future. Its broad topic , in this zone age Holy Land is how we fulfil our human need for spirituality when it is impossible not to recognise religion as a human build the gods you need and you fill your universe(s) with the appropriate myths . Tidhar loves his characters and their setting is rich and carnal their technology sufficiently advanced to be indistinguishable from magic.