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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    Kevin Costner and a attractive Huge Sky Background. What more could you need or ask for? Costner is pure perfection in this role as a Montana rancher. Its all there - the dysfunctional family, over-the-top wealth, and the harsh realities of 21st century living in the Old West. This family drama is far more than "Dallas" or "Dynasty," however. There are complexities dealing with family dynamics and the true life struggles of trying to preserve a life that is rapidly disappearing. If you love Westerns, old and new, you will love this show. It reminded me that Costner's greatest role was in a western ("Dances with Wolves") and he surely knows how to do them right.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    Not sure about the accuracy of the history of the show, but the present is fantastic. Kevin is great, his daughter is a method hot mess, one son you would wish and one you wouldn't. Attractive scenery with a amazing story line.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    I have fun the Yellowstone TV series on the paramount network. Hopefully, the series will be renewed past season 1. I think the characters and the story lines are amazing and the scenery on the present is some of the best I have ever viewed. Kevin Costner is amazing as the lead and the other characters are also well played. If this series is not renewed by the network I will be severely disappointed. I am really tired of all the "reality based" shows on TV and the return of previously TV present storylines like Murphy Brown, Will and Grace, Roseanne, etc. Yellowstone is a present based upon current topic matter, i.e. Uncontrolled urban growth and progress vs retaining natural environment and seeking a control of urban sprawl facing this country.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    The language is filthy. We did not even obtain into 1-2 mins of the present before the f bomb and every other curse word was used. What is wrong with people?? My husband and I were disgusted and wasted our 2.99. So thankful I did not the series!!

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    I Love the story line, the characters, and the fact that it plays out like a really long movie. Well done on all of it, and thank you...been waiting for a present like this!

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    Amazing plot generally speaking, amazing acting, a modern western with glimpses into some of the everyday life and challenges facing Montana ranchers. I found the writing stereotypic to the point of being shallow and stupid in some places, delightfully amazing in other locations with surprising moments of clarity and depth. Hero backstories are provided but not in a method that seem natural to the pacing of the episodes. It also seems like the writers thought they just had to contain an obligatory level of violence at the obligatory rapid pace. That level and pace of violence is oddly out of sync with the nature of this particular e plot could have been wrapped up in one season and it should have been. The story would have been communicated perfectly well. Instead, in the latest episode the main character's arc was awkwardly extended and a fresh "twist" was added as sort of a cliff hanger. One gets the impression that this was done just in case a second season can be wrung out of the producers.I honestly don't understand why American tv is so unwilling to provide a fully formed story with a begin and finish. Yellowstone could have run a second season with a second story, a third season with a third story and so on, rather than insisting on a longer run with a single story line and reliance on the old trope of the cliffhanger. And oftentimes the second season never makes the chop anyway and the viewers are left swinging in the breeze.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    Mates kept telling me how amazing this present is so like a dummy I bought the whole 1st season. I watched it for three hours and hated it. I kept waiting for a plot line to present up but there wasn't one. Just scenery, nudity, sex, and lots of "f" words and filthy language. If that's what you like to watch on television then this present is for you but I like to watch something that's at least halfway intelligent.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    I for the first full season and watched the first show. The story is really amazing but I personally don't like to watch anything full of the "f" word and raunchy behavior. I realize and poor language sells but this present could be amazing without it. Unfortunately, I will not be able to watch any more of the shows. I want I could obtain my back.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    I remember Kevin Costner in Dancing with Wolves. That film was attractive and meaningful and has stuck with me over the years. It is hard to believe this is the same Kevin Costner. I have never publicly rated a movie, but I will this one. I only watched Episode 1, from Season 1, and know I don't wish to waste any more time with this. Cliche, racist, sexist... describe the first episode. No thanks.

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    The Long Black Train []  2020-6-26 19:46

    I've always liked most of Costner's movies but this was is a disappointment. It's like the writers and producers could not resist the temptation to insert as a lot of F-bombs in each sentence of dialog as possible, and to expose nudity at every opportunity. The story is lame and the "garbage" so often interjected takes even more away from it. I'm surprised Costner would into this stuff. A waste of my $20. I think I'll just stick to British programs where we are not treated like a bunch of stupid sheep wanted to be entertained by Hollywood's filth and degeneracy.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Amazing songs sung by my favourite artistd

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    Long Black Veil []  2020-1-14 20:9

    Best ver of this song!

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    The Chieftains are amazing, and this album is my favorite. The guest artists contain Sting, Mick Jagger, Sinead O'Conner, Tom Jones and others, backed by the perfect instrumentalists in the Chieftains. Jagger's take on Long Black Veil, and O'Conner's ver of Foggy Dew are highlights, as is Sting's song, which is Gaelic, and I won't even attempt to spell. It's an interesting blend of Irish tunes and songs along with American traditional songs like Long Black Veil and Tennessee Waltz, done by Tom Jones. I've bought it in cassette tape and also in CD form, and bought it as bonuses for mates as well.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Perfect album with a amazing selection of musician.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Some amazing songs by some very amazing st old folk who went through the folk melody era before it was chased out of city by the R&R explosion will like it.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Do the Chieftains ever place a foot wrong musically? These guys (former postal employees if I remember correctly) have played all over the globe and with some of the best musicians of varied genres. They are A-List all the way, always.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Amazing Music!

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    A must-have classic if you are a Chieftains fan, possibly the most versatile and far-ranging in musical genre and star-studded guest singers and musicians. I listen to this over and over and never tire of it.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    This is another CD I bought for one cut, Sinead O'Connor doing 'Foggy Dew' with the Chieftains backing her. It's a slower tempo than a lot of covers which is appropriate if you listen to the lyrics. Some of the other tracks were enjoyable though the title track is one of the stranger covers I've heard.

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    The Chieftains are an Irish and global mainstay. Their classic collaborations with Jagger/ Morrison/ et al are haunting and diverse. I love playing this CD again and again...

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    The Long Black Veil []  2020-2-2 19:45

    Bought this CD to replace a tape. Love it and will play it often

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    An absolutely outstanding collection of short fiction from one of the best writers in speculative fiction today. This collection really show's off Jemisin's range and depth as a writer, and also gives you some insight into how her style has evolved over the years. Every story here is a gem, and some will probably create you drool because of the awesome descriptions of meal and baked goods.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    I pre-ordered this as soon as I saw it. I’ll read anything Jemisen writes, and I cannot tell you enough how amazing this book is is everything I wish science fiction/fantasy to be. Every story is fully realized, in a rich and intricate world, and makes you wish more. I would read a novel set in any of these worlds in a heartbeat.I’m not going to talk about the content, because that’s for you to explore. But every story is a gem. Read it. Now.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    N.K. Jemisin writes about hopelessness and hope. She shares anger and frustration over discrimination and subjugation but her characters don't give up. They don't stop fighting. As she has in her novels she writes with attractive prose and creates fresh and awesome realities and worlds. Read this book and you will remember it for a long time.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    This was the first work I have read by N.K. Jemisin, who I discovered through those bizarre chains we all follow that lead to fresh authors on Twitter.I enjoyed it immensely. It was incredibly refreshing to read such a wide dozens of stories told from various perspectives. There are so a lot of I’m not even sure I can describe them here. Settings that feel like a variation on Ancient Egypt or the Ancient Near East. Settings that feel like Fresh Orleans in the Jazz Age. Settings on other planets or on zone ships in the far future. Settings in our own dystopian future Earth. And the characters! Such breadth! Characters from every background and of every temperament - not to mention male, female, non-binary, gay, straight - everything!I have never read anything like (I’m taking a moment to think whether ANY of the stories felt remotely familiar to me) the vast majority of these tales. Everything about them felt completely new (and sometimes challenging) to me. I sometimes had a feeling of disorientation, like I had been unexpectedly thrown into the deep end while I tried to search my feet in short story after short story, and I would love to read more of N.K. Jemisin’s work. The narratives and characters stretched and challenged me personally, and I thoroughly enjoyed it even when the info sometimes horrified me (the story about The Masters!!!).My favorite stories were the ones set in Fresh Orleans. My next step will be to search out if any of her other works are set there - if so, those will be next in my to-read stack.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    I loved N.K. Jemisin's '100 thousand kingdoms' trilogy but haven't yet read the Broken Earth trilogy. This collection is unbelievable and much bigger than I expected. The intro is well worth reading, and is a amazing glimpse into her begin and goals as a writer, and her experiences. I hope a lot of high school English teachers will add this book to their reading lists for students! The first story is titled “The Ones Who Stay and Fight” and is “a pastiche of and a reaction to Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas.”These are going to be awesome small stories to read and digest slowly, I think!

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    These are very solid. I did have to modify by cutting 1 inch off of the pads in to fit my roof racks. Once I did that they have been solid for several months of taking ladders on and off my truck. Here’s a pic without the ladders

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    I am putting together what I call the " jukebox". It consists of tunes I grew up with from the 40's through show day. It is a huge and fun project and contains different genres from "long hair" to jazz. Eventually I will obtain all of them on to a stick drive and have non stop melody whenever I want. All these are amazing tunes in my opinion.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    Item received timely and as advertised.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    This is one of the most creative, thoughtful, frightening collections I have read in years. I sincerely recommend it to fans of her books and to all readers of sci-fi and fantasy.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    N.K. Jemisin writes about hopelessness and hope. She shares anger and frustration over discrimination and subjugation but her characters don't give up. They don't stop fighting. As she has in her novels she writes with attractive prose and creates fresh and awesome realities and worlds. Read this book and you will remember it for a long time.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    In the foreword to How Long ‘til Black Future Month?, N.K. Jemisin talks about her struggles as a young, African American writer and about how difficult it was to break through in what was then a genre exclusively dominated by white men. It is perhaps unsurprising then, considering the foreword as well as the book’s title, that the main theme of the collection would be discrimination, prejudice, persecution, how difficult it is to be various in a globe that is still so unforgiving to anyone who does not fit the is—vehemently so—was the main theme of The Broken Earth and, to some extent, of the Inheritance trilogy. The reason why both of them appealed to me immensely, while most stories in How Long ‘til Black Future Month? did not, is simple: I did not like the method the issues were expounded in the stories.Rather than ‘dressing’ prejudice and discrimination in allegory, as in The Broken Earth and Inheritance, the collection tends to show them rather literally and explicitly, almost in the form of a political manifesto. The main protagonist usually tends to be a modern black woman, who is confronted with an unjust and oppressive society. Endings tend to be didactic and sometimes read like slogans. There also seems to be a wagging finger that is telling us emphatically, ‘This is what things are supposed to be like’. I know that I am obviously in the minority in thinking this, but this blunt, political approach simply does not work for me, at least not in nsequently, it does not come as a surprise that the few stories that did not conform to this mould ended up being to my liking and the majority that did I found unpalatable. And to be a tad more specific, here is a short summary of which stories I really liked and which I really disliked in this collection:L’Alchimista: A mysterious stranger brings a bunch of odd ingredients to a disgraced Milanese cook and asks her to prepare an ancient recipe. Fresh, lively, with an unexpected twist at the end and a very various tone and setting than the rest of the isine des Mémoires: The protagonist is taken to an enigmatic restaurant (a very intelligent reference here to Marie Laveau and Fresh Orleans’ voodoo traditions) that can re-enact, with the utmost precision, any food ever cooked as long you can give the time, date and put where it was made. The twist is self-evident, but the story is well-written and excellently paced. This seems to be the only case where the critics and I are of the same opinion (the story was shortlisted for Locus).Stone Hunger and The Narcomancer: Set in the universe of The Broken Earth and Dreamblood, respectively. If you liked the novels, you will probably like the stories, ledictorian: A black girls wants to graduate at the top of her class even though this means that she will be ‘culled’ by the enigmatic non-humans who have captured most of the planet. I realise the story espouses the very thing I dislike about the collection, but there is no better confirmation that it is execution rather than principle that is the source of my nners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the Town Beneath the Still Waters: A social commentary on Hurricane Katrina, with very apt supernatural elements.An honourable mention to The Evaluators: A pure science fiction story about piecing together the reason for the disappearance of a Terran expedition to another planet. The story would be absolutely chilling if it was not for the annoying log info and disjointed structure.And what I did not like (at all):The Ones Who Stay and Fight: A take on Ursula le Guin’s The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas—gone horribly wrong. Didactic, preachy, moralising, sloganistic, the worst thing you can do with a short e Town Born Great: A homeless African American teenager (yes, let’s check all the boxes) has been selected to ‘sing’ Fresh York into being born as a sort of a ‘midwife’. I search the idea ludicrous and the execution horrendous, but I am very much in the minority here considering the story was nominated for both Hugo and Locus. As if this is not enough, Jemisin is expanding the story into a novel, so there go my hopes to read anything fresh by her in the next couple of years (shoot!!!).Non-Zero Probabilities: Possibility occurrences become commonplace across Fresh York. Reminds me somewhat of an early story by Robert Sheckley, Protection, but twisted upside down and then fizzling out into nothingness. Considering how a lot of awards it has been shortlisted for, perhaps it is me reading it wrong though.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    i will not be ordering any more melody because i dont wont it to go to the main amazon melody . i wont to go to my amazon folder like it has been for years . i dont know what happen but the latest single songs i have bought i cannot place them on my usb stick when it goes to the amazon main melody . i can record it that method . but i am not going to one time . just to do it when i wont it like it used to be are else . no more ordering the single songs .

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    If this dosen't create you wish to obtain up and dance ,CHECK YOURSELF... TWICE, you may be dead. Long Cool Woman In A Black Dress is one of those classics that appeals to people of all ages and would fit in almost everyones collection. Digitally remastered in 2003, this was taken from The Hollies Greatest Hits and features such clarity you'll think you are there and evokes such strong memories, you might just want you were.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    Amazing song

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)I am the largest Jemisin fan. Seriously. Sell me some of her grocery lists. Ever since finishing The Broken Earth trilogy, I've been obsessed ever since. And this collection is no different. While it's various than anything I've ever seen, it truly showcases Jemisin's real bonus of writing. Jemisin is such a talented writer in terms of characters and setting. Even though these stories are shorter, there is no lack of attention to detail and globe building. Each one establishes us in a world, with characters who grab us, and stories with glorious mystery.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    I read a lot. For technical understanding, for general knowledge, and much for pleasure. Often, even in the third, seventh, eleventh, etc iteration, I search myself going faster and faster, driven stage to I felt compelled to slow down. To feel the words in my head, hear them on my tongue, taste them with my yourself a favor: read this.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    I loved N.K. Jemisin's '100 thousand kingdoms' trilogy but haven't yet read the Broken Earth trilogy. This collection is unbelievable and much bigger than I expected. The intro is well worth reading, and is a amazing glimpse into her begin and goals as a writer, and her experiences. I hope a lot of high school English teachers will add this book to their reading lists for students! The first story is titled “The Ones Who Stay and Fight” and is “a pastiche of and a reaction to Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas.”These are going to be awesome small stories to read and digest slowly, I think!

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    I read a lot. For technical understanding, for general knowledge, and much for pleasure. Often, even in the third, seventh, eleventh, etc iteration, I search myself going faster and faster, driven stage to I felt compelled to slow down. To feel the words in my head, hear them on my tongue, taste them with my yourself a favor: read this.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    This was the first work I have read by N.K. Jemisin, who I discovered through those bizarre chains we all follow that lead to fresh authors on Twitter.I enjoyed it immensely. It was incredibly refreshing to read such a wide dozens of stories told from various perspectives. There are so a lot of I’m not even sure I can describe them here. Settings that feel like a variation on Ancient Egypt or the Ancient Near East. Settings that feel like Fresh Orleans in the Jazz Age. Settings on other planets or on zone ships in the far future. Settings in our own dystopian future Earth. And the characters! Such breadth! Characters from every background and of every temperament - not to mention male, female, non-binary, gay, straight - everything!I have never read anything like (I’m taking a moment to think whether ANY of the stories felt remotely familiar to me) the vast majority of these tales. Everything about them felt completely new (and sometimes challenging) to me. I sometimes had a feeling of disorientation, like I had been unexpectedly thrown into the deep end while I tried to search my feet in short story after short story, and I would love to read more of N.K. Jemisin’s work. The narratives and characters stretched and challenged me personally, and I thoroughly enjoyed it even when the info sometimes horrified me (the story about The Masters!!!).My favorite stories were the ones set in Fresh Orleans. My next step will be to search out if any of her other works are set there - if so, those will be next in my to-read stack.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    An absolutely outstanding collection of short fiction from one of the best writers in speculative fiction today. This collection really show's off Jemisin's range and depth as a writer, and also gives you some insight into how her style has evolved over the years. Every story here is a gem, and some will probably create you drool because of the awesome descriptions of meal and baked goods.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    I pre-ordered this as soon as I saw it. I’ll read anything Jemisen writes, and I cannot tell you enough how amazing this book is is everything I wish science fiction/fantasy to be. Every story is fully realized, in a rich and intricate world, and makes you wish more. I would read a novel set in any of these worlds in a heartbeat.I’m not going to talk about the content, because that’s for you to explore. But every story is a gem. Read it. Now.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    All I required these for is to haul my kayak and I didn't just wish to place pool noodles on. The bars on the rack that I have are 2" and round, and it was a stretch to place them on but once I got them on they were excellent and I can push my kayak up onto them and they don't twist or budge. I have only been using these for a week but they seem to be created of decent quality.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    An absolutely outstanding collection of short fiction from one of the best writers in speculative fiction today. This collection really show's off Jemisin's range and depth as a writer, and also gives you some insight into how her style has evolved over the years. Every story here is a gem, and some will probably create you drool because of the awesome descriptions of meal and baked goods.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    Every time I pick up an NK Jemisin novel, I search myself pulled into her rich worldbuilding, special narration style, and morally complex characters. When I heard that she was releasing a short fiction collection, I found myself wondering how these elements would transfer over to shorter works. And the respond is beautiful damn good. It’s real that not all the stories in this collection are to my taste, but, as a whole, it’s strong.I would be remiss if I didn’t highlight a few of my favorites. “L’Alchimista” is a story about a chef who is given an impossible recipe. I also really enjoyed “The Effluent Engine,” a historical steampunk tale with powerful romantic elements. “Valedictorian” is a young adult dystopia that feels crushingly relevant to today. “The Storyteller’s Replacement” is an entertaining dark fairy tale, with delightful twists. “Cuisine des Memories” brings it back to meal to tell of an enchanted restaurant. In addition, I enjoyed re-reading “The Narcomancer” which takes put in Jemisin’s Dreamblood universe.If you have fun NK Jemisin’s novels, do yourself a favor and pick up this short fiction collection. Her strengths as a writer, from worldbuilding to characterization, are on full display here.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    What an outstanding song that was - and this remastered rendition certainly is! The Hollies had several hit songs, and unfortunately in 1972 (??), this was one of the latest of their truly amazing hits before they sort of "faded from the scene". But, it was one of their very best! A true, "rock-'em-sock-it-to-'em" rock-n-roll song! A true "foot-stomping" piece of rock-n-roll history - the sort of piece that never dies & remains as famous today as the day it was introduced!

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    Long cool woman has it all

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    On of my all-time favorites.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    I read a lot. For technical understanding, for general knowledge, and much for pleasure. Often, even in the third, seventh, eleventh, etc iteration, I search myself going faster and faster, driven stage to I felt compelled to slow down. To feel the words in my head, hear them on my tongue, taste them with my yourself a favor: read this.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    In the foreword to How Long ‘til Black Future Month?, N.K. Jemisin talks about her struggles as a young, African American writer and about how difficult it was to break through in what was then a genre exclusively dominated by white men. It is perhaps unsurprising then, considering the foreword as well as the book’s title, that the main theme of the collection would be discrimination, prejudice, persecution, how difficult it is to be various in a globe that is still so unforgiving to anyone who does not fit the is—vehemently so—was the main theme of The Broken Earth and, to some extent, of the Inheritance trilogy. The reason why both of them appealed to me immensely, while most stories in How Long ‘til Black Future Month? did not, is simple: I did not like the method the issues were expounded in the stories.Rather than ‘dressing’ prejudice and discrimination in allegory, as in The Broken Earth and Inheritance, the collection tends to show them rather literally and explicitly, almost in the form of a political manifesto. The main protagonist usually tends to be a modern black woman, who is confronted with an unjust and oppressive society. Endings tend to be didactic and sometimes read like slogans. There also seems to be a wagging finger that is telling us emphatically, ‘This is what things are supposed to be like’. I know that I am obviously in the minority in thinking this, but this blunt, political approach simply does not work for me, at least not in nsequently, it does not come as a surprise that the few stories that did not conform to this mould ended up being to my liking and the majority that did I found unpalatable. And to be a tad more specific, here is a short summary of which stories I really liked and which I really disliked in this collection:L’Alchimista: A mysterious stranger brings a bunch of odd ingredients to a disgraced Milanese cook and asks her to prepare an ancient recipe. Fresh, lively, with an unexpected twist at the end and a very various tone and setting than the rest of the isine des Mémoires: The protagonist is taken to an enigmatic restaurant (a very intelligent reference here to Marie Laveau and Fresh Orleans’ voodoo traditions) that can re-enact, with the utmost precision, any food ever cooked as long you can give the time, date and put where it was made. The twist is self-evident, but the story is well-written and excellently paced. This seems to be the only case where the critics and I are of the same opinion (the story was shortlisted for Locus).Stone Hunger and The Narcomancer: Set in the universe of The Broken Earth and Dreamblood, respectively. If you liked the novels, you will probably like the stories, ledictorian: A black girls wants to graduate at the top of her class even though this means that she will be ‘culled’ by the enigmatic non-humans who have captured most of the planet. I realise the story espouses the very thing I dislike about the collection, but there is no better confirmation that it is execution rather than principle that is the source of my nners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the Town Beneath the Still Waters: A social commentary on Hurricane Katrina, with very apt supernatural elements.An honourable mention to The Evaluators: A pure science fiction story about piecing together the reason for the disappearance of a Terran expedition to another planet. The story would be absolutely chilling if it was not for the annoying log info and disjointed structure.And what I did not like (at all):The Ones Who Stay and Fight: A take on Ursula le Guin’s The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas—gone horribly wrong. Didactic, preachy, moralising, sloganistic, the worst thing you can do with a short e Town Born Great: A homeless African American teenager (yes, let’s check all the boxes) has been selected to ‘sing’ Fresh York into being born as a sort of a ‘midwife’. I search the idea ludicrous and the execution horrendous, but I am very much in the minority here considering the story was nominated for both Hugo and Locus. As if this is not enough, Jemisin is expanding the story into a novel, so there go my hopes to read anything fresh by her in the next couple of years (shoot!!!).Non-Zero Probabilities: Possibility occurrences become commonplace across Fresh York. Reminds me somewhat of an early story by Robert Sheckley, Protection, but twisted upside down and then fizzling out into nothingness. Considering how a lot of awards it has been shortlisted for, perhaps it is me reading it wrong though.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)I am the largest Jemisin fan. Seriously. Sell me some of her grocery lists. Ever since finishing The Broken Earth trilogy, I've been obsessed ever since. And this collection is no different. While it's various than anything I've ever seen, it truly showcases Jemisin's real bonus of writing. Jemisin is such a talented writer in terms of characters and setting. Even though these stories are shorter, there is no lack of attention to detail and globe building. Each one establishes us in a world, with characters who grab us, and stories with glorious mystery.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    I loved N.K. Jemisin's '100 thousand kingdoms' trilogy but haven't yet read the Broken Earth trilogy. This collection is unbelievable and much bigger than I expected. The intro is well worth reading, and is a amazing glimpse into her begin and goals as a writer, and her experiences. I hope a lot of high school English teachers will add this book to their reading lists for students! The first story is titled “The Ones Who Stay and Fight” and is “a pastiche of and a reaction to Le Guin’s “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas.”These are going to be awesome small stories to read and digest slowly, I think!

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    So far they keep amazing around my rack, on the square cross bars, but I also use 3 additional thick nylon tie wraps for additional hold, and in case someone decides to depart with them (I wish them to have a hard time stealing them!). I saw the review how amazing they look even after sun, wind and rain for about two years, and so far, even though not 2 years yet, that's real for me since my van is driven all over the put in all weather (no snow, though). They are sturdy enough to cushion 2 kayaks on minivan rack and so far, the foam keep its shape. They ended up being a small short to cover the gap between rack posts (across cross bars), but I installed 2 more pieces of thick pipe insulation sold at Homedepot in to create the gap disappear. I have seen other brand pads like these, but they are not as thick and nice looking as Dakine. Also, not only the foam is thick enough, but the cover is thick enough and sewn nicely around seams. Dakine seems to be a quality product.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    Setup: Yakima round barsGood: Substantial padding, full length velcro on padBad: Too loose of a fit on yakima round bars. Pads spin on bars and move side to side when loading boards.I've read where others have added tape to the bars to thicken the diameter but I swap out bars from 58" to 66" and having to peel off tape would be a PITA when I switch out bars. I may test to add thick tape to the inside of the pad to increase the thickness of the inner diameter of the pad vs. adding to the bar. Will modernize review if this fixes the issue.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    Excellent fit on my roof racks. Makes loading and unloading SUPs or Kayaks easy. The Velcro remains attached at highway speeds.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    These work far better than the pads I had previously. They don't twis or roll when you place the paddleboard on. I bought the same pair for my daughter a year ago and they have not faded one bit here in the Florida sun.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    An old Hollie's Rock and Roll classic I wanted in my collection.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    I ordered these to place on my cargo basket so I could transport my kayak on it rather than a tradition J mount. I had to modify them for my app but that's at no fault of the product. Overall they seem to be constructed amazing and worked perfectly for what I needed. Time will tell if the color holds up in the elements as that is something that seems to plague most of the cross bar pads on the market. As of now I'd definitely these again and from the same supplier as well.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    Like this product amazing quality unlike others if I was you just it it’s not created some others I’ve bought in the past.

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    It does not fit my vehicle and I cannot return after 30 days. I didnt test to use it until I purchased a kayak and it does not fit.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    This is one of the most creative, thoughtful, frightening collections I have read in years. I sincerely recommend it to fans of her books and to all readers of sci-fi and fantasy.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    Every time I pick up an NK Jemisin novel, I search myself pulled into her rich worldbuilding, special narration style, and morally complex characters. When I heard that she was releasing a short fiction collection, I found myself wondering how these elements would transfer over to shorter works. And the respond is beautiful damn good. It’s real that not all the stories in this collection are to my taste, but, as a whole, it’s strong.I would be remiss if I didn’t highlight a few of my favorites. “L’Alchimista” is a story about a chef who is given an impossible recipe. I also really enjoyed “The Effluent Engine,” a historical steampunk tale with powerful romantic elements. “Valedictorian” is a young adult dystopia that feels crushingly relevant to today. “The Storyteller’s Replacement” is an entertaining dark fairy tale, with delightful twists. “Cuisine des Memories” brings it back to meal to tell of an enchanted restaurant. In addition, I enjoyed re-reading “The Narcomancer” which takes put in Jemisin’s Dreamblood universe.If you have fun NK Jemisin’s novels, do yourself a favor and pick up this short fiction collection. Her strengths as a writer, from worldbuilding to characterization, are on full display here.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    This was the first work I have read by N.K. Jemisin, who I discovered through those bizarre chains we all follow that lead to fresh authors on Twitter.I enjoyed it immensely. It was incredibly refreshing to read such a wide dozens of stories told from various perspectives. There are so a lot of I’m not even sure I can describe them here. Settings that feel like a variation on Ancient Egypt or the Ancient Near East. Settings that feel like Fresh Orleans in the Jazz Age. Settings on other planets or on zone ships in the far future. Settings in our own dystopian future Earth. And the characters! Such breadth! Characters from every background and of every temperament - not to mention male, female, non-binary, gay, straight - everything!I have never read anything like (I’m taking a moment to think whether ANY of the stories felt remotely familiar to me) the vast majority of these tales. Everything about them felt completely new (and sometimes challenging) to me. I sometimes had a feeling of disorientation, like I had been unexpectedly thrown into the deep end while I tried to search my feet in short story after short story, and I would love to read more of N.K. Jemisin’s work. The narratives and characters stretched and challenged me personally, and I thoroughly enjoyed it even when the info sometimes horrified me (the story about The Masters!!!).My favorite stories were the ones set in Fresh Orleans. My next step will be to search out if any of her other works are set there - if so, those will be next in my to-read stack.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    This is one of the most creative, thoughtful, frightening collections I have read in years. I sincerely recommend it to fans of her books and to all readers of sci-fi and fantasy.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    In the foreword to How Long ‘til Black Future Month?, N.K. Jemisin talks about her struggles as a young, African American writer and about how difficult it was to break through in what was then a genre exclusively dominated by white men. It is perhaps unsurprising then, considering the foreword as well as the book’s title, that the main theme of the collection would be discrimination, prejudice, persecution, how difficult it is to be various in a globe that is still so unforgiving to anyone who does not fit the is—vehemently so—was the main theme of The Broken Earth and, to some extent, of the Inheritance trilogy. The reason why both of them appealed to me immensely, while most stories in How Long ‘til Black Future Month? did not, is simple: I did not like the method the issues were expounded in the stories.Rather than ‘dressing’ prejudice and discrimination in allegory, as in The Broken Earth and Inheritance, the collection tends to show them rather literally and explicitly, almost in the form of a political manifesto. The main protagonist usually tends to be a modern black woman, who is confronted with an unjust and oppressive society. Endings tend to be didactic and sometimes read like slogans. There also seems to be a wagging finger that is telling us emphatically, ‘This is what things are supposed to be like’. I know that I am obviously in the minority in thinking this, but this blunt, political approach simply does not work for me, at least not in nsequently, it does not come as a surprise that the few stories that did not conform to this mould ended up being to my liking and the majority that did I found unpalatable. And to be a tad more specific, here is a short summary of which stories I really liked and which I really disliked in this collection:L’Alchimista: A mysterious stranger brings a bunch of odd ingredients to a disgraced Milanese cook and asks her to prepare an ancient recipe. Fresh, lively, with an unexpected twist at the end and a very various tone and setting than the rest of the isine des Mémoires: The protagonist is taken to an enigmatic restaurant (a very intelligent reference here to Marie Laveau and Fresh Orleans’ voodoo traditions) that can re-enact, with the utmost precision, any food ever cooked as long you can give the time, date and put where it was made. The twist is self-evident, but the story is well-written and excellently paced. This seems to be the only case where the critics and I are of the same opinion (the story was shortlisted for Locus).Stone Hunger and The Narcomancer: Set in the universe of The Broken Earth and Dreamblood, respectively. If you liked the novels, you will probably like the stories, ledictorian: A black girls wants to graduate at the top of her class even though this means that she will be ‘culled’ by the enigmatic non-humans who have captured most of the planet. I realise the story espouses the very thing I dislike about the collection, but there is no better confirmation that it is execution rather than principle that is the source of my nners, Saints, Dragons, and Haints, in the Town Beneath the Still Waters: A social commentary on Hurricane Katrina, with very apt supernatural elements.An honourable mention to The Evaluators: A pure science fiction story about piecing together the reason for the disappearance of a Terran expedition to another planet. The story would be absolutely chilling if it was not for the annoying log info and disjointed structure.And what I did not like (at all):The Ones Who Stay and Fight: A take on Ursula le Guin’s The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas—gone horribly wrong. Didactic, preachy, moralising, sloganistic, the worst thing you can do with a short e Town Born Great: A homeless African American teenager (yes, let’s check all the boxes) has been selected to ‘sing’ Fresh York into being born as a sort of a ‘midwife’. I search the idea ludicrous and the execution horrendous, but I am very much in the minority here considering the story was nominated for both Hugo and Locus. As if this is not enough, Jemisin is expanding the story into a novel, so there go my hopes to read anything fresh by her in the next couple of years (shoot!!!).Non-Zero Probabilities: Possibility occurrences become commonplace across Fresh York. Reminds me somewhat of an early story by Robert Sheckley, Protection, but twisted upside down and then fizzling out into nothingness. Considering how a lot of awards it has been shortlisted for, perhaps it is me reading it wrong though.

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    Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) []  2020-1-12 19:1

    " The Hollies aren't my favorite group, but I really like" Long Cool Woman" as it is a amazing dancing song (great for jogging and items like that too). It has a amazing beat, and the words have some visual impact with me. If you have been in a cave for the latest numerous years, take a listen to it. (If you haven't, you probably like it or at least tolerate it--I don't give 5 stars very often to a song, so obviously I think it is EXCELLENT!)

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    Dakine Long Rack Pad, 2-Piece (Black) []  2020-1-25 11:59

    Fits the whole cross bar so we can place some boards side by side.

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    How Long 'Til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-22 1:2

    (Disclaimer: I received this book from the publisher. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)I am the largest Jemisin fan. Seriously. Sell me some of her grocery lists. Ever since finishing The Broken Earth trilogy, I've been obsessed ever since. And this collection is no different. While it's various than anything I've ever seen, it truly showcases Jemisin's real bonus of writing. Jemisin is such a talented writer in terms of characters and setting. Even though these stories are shorter, there is no lack of attention to detail and globe building. Each one establishes us in a world, with characters who grab us, and stories with glorious mystery.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month?: Stories []  2020-1-16 10:41

    I pre-ordered this as soon as I saw it. I’ll read anything Jemisen writes, and I cannot tell you enough how amazing this book is is everything I wish science fiction/fantasy to be. Every story is fully realized, in a rich and intricate world, and makes you wish more. I would read a novel set in any of these worlds in a heartbeat.I’m not going to talk about the content, because that’s for you to explore. But every story is a gem. Read it. Now.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    N.K. Jemisin writes about hopelessness and hope. She shares anger and frustration over discrimination and subjugation but her characters don't give up. They don't stop fighting. As she has in her novels she writes with attractive prose and creates fresh and awesome realities and worlds. Read this book and you will remember it for a long time.

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    How Long 'til Black Future Month? []  2020-4-2 19:21

    Every time I pick up an NK Jemisin novel, I search myself pulled into her rich worldbuilding, special narration style, and morally complex characters. When I heard that she was releasing a short fiction collection, I found myself wondering how these elements would transfer over to shorter works. And the respond is beautiful damn good. It’s real that not all the stories in this collection are to my taste, but, as a whole, it’s strong.I would be remiss if I didn’t highlight a few of my favorites. “L’Alchimista” is a story about a chef who is given an impossible recipe. I also really enjoyed “The Effluent Engine,” a historical steampunk tale with powerful romantic elements. “Valedictorian” is a young adult dystopia that feels crushingly relevant to today. “The Storyteller’s Replacement” is an entertaining dark fairy tale, with delightful twists. “Cuisine des Memories” brings it back to meal to tell of an enchanted restaurant. In addition, I enjoyed re-reading “The Narcomancer” which takes put in Jemisin’s Dreamblood universe.If you have fun NK Jemisin’s novels, do yourself a favor and pick up this short fiction collection. Her strengths as a writer, from worldbuilding to characterization, are on full display here.

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    Road Train Truck Driving Sim: Long Trailer Cargo [App]  2019-10-22 13:38

    terrible😖

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    Awesome sound and decibels for this price!! I was pleasantly surprised how loud and amazing these sounded! Simple straightforward mounting, and a lot of sound considering it’s only a 1/4” airline. As a previous owner of authentic train horns, I was skeptical, but at 1/10 cost of actual train horns, these are by far the method to go.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    The valve is worthless, constantly leaking. I didn't expect to hear these miles away like the true thing but I did expect the jerk in front of me to hear them. Not much louder than my stock horn.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    My husband loves his train horns, not sure if he has actually used them but I know he likes the ability to be able too if needed.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    The poor first- its comes with only ONE fitting to connect the line to the horns and not to an air tank so you'll need a 1/4 compression e good- I bought the black 4 horn set for $60-ish. Have them installed to my 2.5 gal viair tank set at 150psi and holy cannoli they are LOUD. Obviously not train loud but it will definetly scare you if your not expecting it.I would reccommend these and them again.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

     Very loud, love it. Use twin ARB compressor with 2-2.5 gal air tanks @ 140 psi. Just be sure to add an inline fuse.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    Sounds like a fire truck very loud if you have a air tank. It drops 10lbs from my air tank with every shot super loud!

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    Loud, it's just as loud as a train horn. Slightly higher note, makes me smile every time I hit the horn. Cost me an extra bundle for air compressor and wiring/airline but totally worth it.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

     Impressive sound. Might wish to change out the fitting on the horns. Incorrect type for high pressure nylon line. Fitting costs about $2.50 at the hardware store. This is on my bagged out, body dropped, low rider.I tired two other types with not good results. Plastic with own air pump broke up. BadBoys just sound sick and you can't even hear them at speed.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    I installed these on a Jeep TJ with an ARB OBA and their .5 remote tank and everything works together awesome. Amazing quality and the horns are LOUD and sound just like a train. Fun and would recommend them and Vixen anytime.

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    Vixen Horns VXH4124B Train Horn Black []  2020-1-31 23:6

    Extremely loud! And train horns are to high pitched and some are not loud. This one is exactly like a train horn and is loud! I Absolutly love it!! If your liking for a loud train horn this is a heart one!!

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    I have 4 of theseEmmalise Clothing Women's Primary Casual Plain Long tank top and just ordered 4 more. they fit perfect. I s 2 XL because I am massive set ( 5'6 - 260 lb) and they are perfect. they are long and lay just below my zipper if not a small longer. They also dont ride up all the time like other tank tops and I layer everything. And riding up all day is such a pain. So thats large for me. And when your plus size you never know how things are going to fit on line, but these are perfect.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    As you can see this is a small too long but I also picked a size higher than I really should have. I usually an XL for the length due to my long torso but I could have gone down a size and would have had plenty of length. I'm 5'5 160 lbs and relatively larger chest. This doesn't have a restrictive bra insert either. Deffinitely a small see through but nothing layering won't help!

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    I am so beyond impressed by this top. I bought a large. I am 5'4", 143 lbs and 6 months pregnant. It fits perfectly!! It has plenty of stretch and really flatters your curves. The length is longer than a normal top. It is more like a tunic length. Excellent for over leggings. I absolutely love the length aspect. The straps are adjustable too, which is awesome. I am definitely buying more. This shirt is perfect!

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    It wearable, but Im glad I only bought 1 instead of 3 pack, because I wanted to see for myself. The neckline is really weird, I dont have an cleavage to bear, but its like not much of U shape, more straight across, and just looks bad, I suppose if you don't wish to present cleavage and maybe be a layer piece for a professional setting sure... the fabric is thin, but not see through, but holds no structure. I would say these cost more like $5 but they do have the additional hardware of adjustable straps. Looking up the company online I saw that it is Walmart brand... so I would suggest just going to Walmart and trying one to see if you like it. I was hoping for more structure to the tanks. The major plus side is that it is long, and I have a long torso.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    The color was suppose to be burgandy and it just looks plain red to me. I ordered this specific one because I wanted it to be dark, it's dark, but it's just not as dark as the picture.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    I ordered a ton of these in M and L. Def a size up...especially if you have any boobage. Very long...I know most people like that and you obtain that w these...I just want they sold these in a shorter option.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    I really like this camisole. However, after I washed and dried it I immediately wished I had ordered a size bigger. I like a tight fitting tank, but this is too snug. They definitely run a size small. I'm a plus sized 43 year old and I'm pear shaped; I'm all backside. I just ordered three more in a larger size.What I like about it...It's fairly long and thin, so I can tuck it into my jeans or shorts and IT STAYS PUT without showing a tank line on my 's tight enough that I can forgo my bra and my small girls obtain some support. I like the method my breasts look in this camisole and that's saying something. I wear mine solely under tanks, t-shirts and e fabric is a thin cotton blend and it's rather and stretchy. It's thin, but it's not too thin. There's no itchy mark and I'm grateful for e spaghetti straps are well constructed; I just love spaghetti ese camis are super affordable and my goodness... there are plenty of colors to choose from. It's a amazing small cami for this price.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    I was very disappointed in how this cami is totally see through! You'd need another cami or a bralette in to wear the white one. Want I could obtain a refund, but I'm not paying $3.95 to ship back a tank.

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    Ladies, Typically I wear a size huge in shirts or XL if I wish alose fit and a 38C or 36D cup at Victoria e tanks are comfy and soft. The material is worth the price. I less than $8 for each tank.I was looking for a layering tank and this is exactly what I expected and received.I wear size huge yoga pants and size 14 jeans. The pic shows the length and stretch of the tank.Oh and I'm 5'3"

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    Emmalise Women's Basic Casual Long Camisole Cami Top Value Combo - 3Pk - Black, Black, Black, Small []  2020-1-31 8:3

    These are perfect, fit well I am 5'2 around 240. I ordered a 3x and they are awesome, amazing quality, Long in length for layering and covering problem spots. The bottom stays fitted and does not stretch out, and they keep up after a year of constant washing and wear. I have ordered these in multiple colors now. GREAT BUY!!

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    The Long Road to Freedom: An Anthology of Black Music []  2020-2-2 2:20

    What a attractive product. I had no idea just how attractive it would be from looking at it on Amazon. This huge, boxed set of CDs and a Gift DVD is truly both a labor of love and a work of art. This historical anthology has been masterfully recorded by perfect musicians, including Harry Belefonte, Bessie Jones, and singers from the Georgia Sea Islands. The Street to Freedom documents the melody of Black Americans from their arrival as slaves in the 17th century, though the 20th century. This is a product you will love to own and can be sure will please whoever gets it as a gift.

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    The Long Road to Freedom: An Anthology of Black Music []  2020-2-2 2:20

    I bought this for my boyfriend who is in a neo-soul/r&b band, and he thought it was great!

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    Speedo Men Easy Long Sleeve Swim Tee, Black, Small []  2020-2-11 19:52

    Fit was MUCH bigger than expected. My husband is 6'4", 200# and usually wears an XLT so I bought the XL. Sleeves were 3 inches past his wrists and it was very loose in the chest. If you are looking for an over-sized baggy fit, this is a amazing shirt. Nice fabric, real to color. If you are looking for a more athletic fit, hold looking.

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    Speedo Men Easy Long Sleeve Swim Tee, Black, Small []  2020-2-11 19:52

    This is a Amazing fit for the common Person. I am 5'3" 170lbs - yes short guy- I am in between size huge and medium and I was afraid Medium would be too little and tight but I followed other customers comments and ordered the medium. to my surprised it fit excellent not skin tight or too lose. it is confortable and yes the sleeves are a bit long but it is part of the design to protect part of your hand from the sun as well. it gives me amazing protection when spending several hours in the pool in the Florida 100 degree summer day. I will be ordering more of the same various eat priced just right!

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    Speedo Men Easy Long Sleeve Swim Tee, Black, Small []  2020-2-11 19:52

    Having fair skin and being prone to skin cancer, I'm one of those people who goes to the beach wearing a hat, a long sleeve shirt, and gobs of sunscreen on what small skin is still exposed. I went on a trip to Hawaii a few weeks ago, and ordered a couple of these to wear to the beach while I was e shirt is lightweight and comfortable, and fit me really well. Not like a lot of those form fitting rash guards you see. It also did a amazing job at protecting me from the sun. Although that wasn't too surprising. I mean... it's a shirt. Anyway, the problem came when I went in the water. While doing some snorkeling at Hanauma Bay (highly recommended), I found that the shirt was suctioning to my skin and causing A LOT of chaffing in my chest area. It got to the point that I had to stay out of the water for the remaining time we were at the beach. Over the next few days, the chaffed locations were red and sensitive and even bled a little.Another odd thing was that it didn't dry very quickly once I got out of the water. I was sitting in the hot Hawaiian sun for hours, and it was still a small damp as we were leaving the beach. Just doesn't seem like something a "swim shirt" should do. Anyway, I'd so go ahead and one if you're just hanging out in the sun. But definitely don't swim in it.

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    AnyTime Blades Black Wooden Tire Thumper 18.5 inches Long []  2020-1-11 18:13

    Bought it for husband. He was thrilled

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    AnyTime Blades Black Wooden Tire Thumper 18.5 inches Long []  2020-1-13 18:34

    Bought it for husband. He was thrilled

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    Leather Strap Black ¾ Inch Wide 72 Inches Long by TOFL []  2019-12-17 19:6

    It is too thin and unworkable. Most of the leather I obtain from this vendor is 5 star quality. This one roll of red is garbage not like the rest at all. I didn't realize it until I chop it and laid it out and when I started punching holes in it that is when I found out it is garbage.

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