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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    This such a poor reproduction that I hope ight never ventures to listen to it. I am so sorry I bought this. It's an affront to have this poor quality of reproduction for such a amazing performer. I do not recommend buying this album for you will surely be disappointed. I attempted playing it twice, but couldn't go through with it each time as it is just noise! Just walk away and remember her as she was and still is, in her glory.

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    have to love Gladys and the Pops

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    What talent! What a voice! This is Gladys Knight. What more can I say?

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    Gladys Knight is an awesome singer. The song collection was great.

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    When you obtain older & life's experiences enable you to look back you can appreciate things more. Besides her legendary Atlanta fried chicken Gladys Knight was blessed with some of the finest pipes of any performer. Listening to this CD was fantastic. But there are only 10 songs. That's why I rate it 4 not 5 stars. But her performance is 5 stars. A very funny Sat night live skit comes to mind with The Pips & a mike minus Gladys Knight. The Pips perform the backup lyrics & then the camera goes to a mike & no Gladys. Really funny.

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    Amazing music, I should have gotten it sooner

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    Although I've always loved Gladys Knight, I realized I don't have any of her, dare I say, albums.... I heard her ver of the National Anthem and realized that i had forgotten just what a gorgeous voice she has. She brings chills. I'm so satisfied I bought this CD. I sing along as one of her back up singers every time I obtain in my car.

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    gave as a bonus it was liked.

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    Gladys is always amazing but this sound is not. Kinda disappointed after I watched her kill the song "IF I WERE YOUR WOMAN" on the BBC, which is what incurred my manic shopping of said music! Sigh. : (

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    Gladys Knight & The Pips - Greatest Hits (Packaging May Vary) []  2020-2-2 22:12

    As a child back in the amazing old days we all listened to what our parents listened to and when you became a teenager you moved on to your own music, I grew up on Gladys and all other SOUL melody and the Motown sound as a child SO most of these artist I'll pick up there greatest hit as it covers what I remember hearing and I think this covered it all for me... a amazing CD and must have for any collection.

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    The Health Forum: Yeast, Parasites and Bacteria []  2020-1-20 0:44

    I enjoyed reading the Heath Forum Book immensely. I am now rereading it, and will use it as my main reference in getting well. The people on the forum are very smart and well read. They share their private experiences with supplements and other treatments which support with Yeast, Parasites and Bacteria. I have had candida for a lot of years and now feel there is light at the end of the tunnel with this useful information!I will share it with my health meal shop friends. I'm anxiously awaiting Volume 2 and 3!

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    The Health Forum: Yeast, Parasites and Bacteria []  2020-1-20 0:44

    We are the parents of a 36 year old man who has autism, epilepsy and ALS. We are always looking for books that will support us in understanding our son's health issues. This author has included a lot of specific references to autism. For this reason, we are finding the book very helpful in understanding candida, vitamins, parasites and other aspects of health that affect autistic people. We are also presently using this book's info on Lyme Disease to check out some of our son's symptoms. The book gives sources and contacts for those who use the net and for those who use the mail and telephone. The text is understandable to those just beginning to research health problems, while at the same time, the text is useful to those who have been researching health problems for a while. We highly recommend this book to others who have a family member with autism or who know or work with a person with autism. We purchased several copies of this book for our mates and family members.

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    The Health Forum: Yeast, Parasites and Bacteria []  2020-1-20 0:44

    The amazing thing about this book is that it shows of a lot of ways to the goal of amazing health, with several very various success stories, instead of proclaiming the "one and only diet" or the "one and only medicine" is place together from messages in a chatroom, which makes it mostly simple to read, but maybe confusing to those who have no info of the issue already. But since it is a confusing problem, with no clear chop answer, I search it real to y references makes it simple to find further.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    I love both reading/learning about plants and working with them. This was a amazing look at seeds and the profound influences they have on human life. The writing was interesting with bits of humor and for someone like me anyway, kept me avidly reading. The science and history behind seeds and their use is fascinating. The tiniest criticism I have for this book is that the author sometimes wandered into private tales that had small to do with seed function and history. I would also have enjoyed a few more examples of odd seeds or plant adaptions to distribute seeds. But I found the book enjoyable and well worth reading.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    A amazing read. Evolution always has some surprises that are counter intuitive. Teasing out those facts in some seeds makes for very interesting reading and provides impetus for viewing life around you with a wider vision to understand why, how and where plants live.But the section on coffee making kind of stunned me and created me shake my head. Really? Brewing to a half degree and to seconds? Considering that amount of sun, rain, nutrients and other variables in the process of getting those coffee beans to your cup of java, I had a amazing laugh. Even a scientist is not above falling for hyperbole and marketing.

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    The Health Forum: Yeast, Parasites and Bacteria []  2020-1-20 0:44

    Amazing book! Full of info on health problems that a lot of doctors don't get!(Atkins in Dr. Atkins' Fresh Diet Revolution says doctors don''t like to diagnose candida because it implicates their treatments as causative ie antibiotics, high carbohydrate diets etc.) This book is ORGANIZED and written in such an entertaining style that one absorbs complex info almost effortlessly. It is PACKED with info and computer URLS for more in-depth treatment of given topic matter. This book has saved me time and by distilling a amazing of research into a reference handbook that I refer to time and time again! My doctor needs a copy to hold on his desk.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    I'm about half-way through this book, and it is wonderful. Interesting mix of science and private anecdotes. I, too, have read "An Orchard Invisible," which is also informative. I am a botanical artist driven to learn about what I attempt to paint. Nuts and seeds are fascinating to look at and keep - so a lot of shapes, sizes, colors, textures. Thor Hanson is amazing at describing what is going on inside those seeds, and some of the reasons why they vary. I've got some seed packets left over from latest year and will test my hand at attempting to obtain them to sprout.I think I will read Thor's other books as well.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    This book does a amazing job talking about a lot of various seeds, including the almendro seed, which is given considerable attention. It talks about how seeds evolved into having various compounds as well as how people have utilized these chemicals for different applications. This book goes to more of a surface level for a lot of various things rather than going in depth on one particular theme and is overall a well written, simple to read book. Amazing for people who like science and plants.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    Seeds! Unbelievable seeds! Thor Hanson has done an wonderful job writing this book. He brings to life that which we take for granted. We are so stupid about the miracles that surround us, until someone like Thor Hanson opens our eyes. While I read a lot, books on nature, are not high on my list. That is until I read Seeds. This guy is better than good, check him out for yourself.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    I love both reading/learning about plants and working with them. This was a amazing look at seeds and the profound influences they have on human life. The writing was interesting with bits of humor and for someone like me anyway, kept me avidly reading. The science and history behind seeds and their use is fascinating. The tiniest criticism I have for this book is that the author sometimes wandered into private tales that had small to do with seed function and history. I would also have enjoyed a few more examples of odd seeds or plant adaptions to distribute seeds. But I found the book enjoyable and well worth reading.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    Really enjoyed reading the book. It was well written and the content was good. He treated the changes in agriculture over latest years in a fair and balanced way. I would recommend this book to those interested in plant biology, agriculture, and their interplay with culture.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    Seeds! Unbelievable seeds! Thor Hanson has done an wonderful job writing this book. He brings to life that which we take for granted. We are so stupid about the miracles that surround us, until someone like Thor Hanson opens our eyes. While I read a lot, books on nature, are not high on my list. That is until I read Seeds. This guy is better than good, check him out for yourself.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    A amazing read. Evolution always has some surprises that are counter intuitive. Teasing out those facts in some seeds makes for very interesting reading and provides impetus for viewing life around you with a wider vision to understand why, how and where plants live.But the section on coffee making kind of stunned me and created me shake my head. Really? Brewing to a half degree and to seconds? Considering that amount of sun, rain, nutrients and other variables in the process of getting those coffee beans to your cup of java, I had a amazing laugh. Even a scientist is not above falling for hyperbole and marketing.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    This is a book written by someone whose passion for their corner of the natural globe is joyful and infectious. It is a pleasure to read. It is also a fount of info useful to support us thread our method through the dangerous future of genetically modified meal crops even though the author specifically locations that whole globe outside of consideration for this book. I recommend this book, and if you have youthful family members showing interest in the natural globe this book is an perfect doorway into a rewarding world.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    I'd give it 3.5 stars if I could. I feel like the author wandered a bit--the central "theme" is beautiful loose, as it's not really a Point A to Point B to Point C kind of book. It is, however, a fascinating exploration of a question that never would have occurred to me: why do seeds work?I'm not a non-fiction person, nor much of an outdoorswoman. However, by the time Hanson got around to discussing things like defense mechanisms and dispersal, my interest was piqued. In short: I am not the target audience for this book, but I do think if you're interested in gardening, or plants, or agriculture, you'd have fun this a e chapter on coffee was definitively my favorite, and not just because I like the stuff. Hanson discusses the history of coffee as the beverage of choice in the Middle East, long before it became trendy for white folks to enjoy, and explains how it came to be grown in the Americas. The narrative doesnt' obtain too political, but I do, and I found it all rather thought provoking: coffee as a billion dollar industry, and even (in some senses) a kind of cultural appropriation. Oh, and caffeine is a natural l in all, a amazing read, and one I might hold a digital copy of to reference back to now and again.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    This book does a amazing job talking about a lot of various seeds, including the almendro seed, which is given considerable attention. It talks about how seeds evolved into having various compounds as well as how people have utilized these chemicals for different applications. This book goes to more of a surface level for a lot of various things rather than going in depth on one particular theme and is overall a well written, simple to read book. Amazing for people who like science and plants.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    Really enjoyed this book. Nothing super surprising, if one has read Michael Pollan and followed different science sources, etc, but an excellently written book about seeds and how they work. This is science journalism that makes a subject truly accessible. Well written. Read some aloud to husband as I was reading it.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    I'm about half-way through this book, and it is wonderful. Interesting mix of science and private anecdotes. I, too, have read "An Orchard Invisible," which is also informative. I am a botanical artist driven to learn about what I attempt to paint. Nuts and seeds are fascinating to look at and keep - so a lot of shapes, sizes, colors, textures. Thor Hanson is amazing at describing what is going on inside those seeds, and some of the reasons why they vary. I've got some seed packets left over from latest year and will test my hand at attempting to obtain them to sprout.I think I will read Thor's other books as well.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    Very well written. I love the method Thor Hanson writes. This is the second book of his that I have read. Feathers is equally an perfect book. It's as if he were in the room talking to you with an exuberance that shows his curiosity about a subject, striving to search answers, going to the experts to probe their knowledge. I never thought much about seeds before thinking they are just the means to produce another plant. This book shows both the simplicity and the complexity of life, really the hand of a loving God who brings both sustenance and delight to us. Mr Hanson writes about evolution, not God. This "baby in a box with it's lunch" is a fascinating read.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    I'd give it 3.5 stars if I could. I feel like the author wandered a bit--the central "theme" is beautiful loose, as it's not really a Point A to Point B to Point C kind of book. It is, however, a fascinating exploration of a question that never would have occurred to me: why do seeds work?I'm not a non-fiction person, nor much of an outdoorswoman. However, by the time Hanson got around to discussing things like defense mechanisms and dispersal, my interest was piqued. In short: I am not the target audience for this book, but I do think if you're interested in gardening, or plants, or agriculture, you'd have fun this a e chapter on coffee was definitively my favorite, and not just because I like the stuff. Hanson discusses the history of coffee as the beverage of choice in the Middle East, long before it became trendy for white folks to enjoy, and explains how it came to be grown in the Americas. The narrative doesnt' obtain too political, but I do, and I found it all rather thought provoking: coffee as a billion dollar industry, and even (in some senses) a kind of cultural appropriation. Oh, and caffeine is a natural l in all, a amazing read, and one I might hold a digital copy of to reference back to now and again.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    Really enjoyed reading the book. It was well written and the content was good. He treated the changes in agriculture over latest years in a fair and balanced way. I would recommend this book to those interested in plant biology, agriculture, and their interplay with culture.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses, and Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-4-9 18:12

    Really enjoyed this book. Nothing super surprising, if one has read Michael Pollan and followed different science sources, etc, but an excellently written book about seeds and how they work. This is science journalism that makes a subject truly accessible. Well written. Read some aloud to husband as I was reading it.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    Very well written. I love the method Thor Hanson writes. This is the second book of his that I have read. Feathers is equally an perfect book. It's as if he were in the room talking to you with an exuberance that shows his curiosity about a subject, striving to search answers, going to the experts to probe their knowledge. I never thought much about seeds before thinking they are just the means to produce another plant. This book shows both the simplicity and the complexity of life, really the hand of a loving God who brings both sustenance and delight to us. Mr Hanson writes about evolution, not God. This "baby in a box with it's lunch" is a fascinating read.

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    The Triumph of Seeds: How Grains, Nuts, Kernels, Pulses & Pips Conquered the Plant Kingdom and Shaped Human History []  2020-1-22 22:13

    This is a book written by someone whose passion for their corner of the natural globe is joyful and infectious. It is a pleasure to read. It is also a fount of info useful to support us thread our method through the dangerous future of genetically modified meal crops even though the author specifically locations that whole globe outside of consideration for this book. I recommend this book, and if you have youthful family members showing interest in the natural globe this book is an perfect doorway into a rewarding world.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    This review has no spoilers as to the author’s is book shows how a amazing legal mind prepares. It surveys the examples, reasons, and consequences of assisted suicide and e survey is across 2,000 years and locations around the world. There are also chapters for the positions of selected ethical systems. The book is a display of legal scholarship seeking perspectives to prepare to form an opinion. We see classical Greece, Rome, Britain, Netherlands, and some states and historical episodes in the USA in detail. There are some key legal cases in the USA and Europe. These sources appear to match the education of the author. There is nothing from the Middle East, South or East Asia, Africa, or Native American cultures which might be influential on tens of millions of current US e book does not discuss how pertinent examples might be. For example, no Roman person ever had an opinion about removing a feeding tube or separating conjoined twins. The slave society of Sparta would not have any thoughts about universal individual rights. Nor are they valid examples of what we risk becoming. We will not adopt infanticide for cosmetic defects as part of our consideration of euthanasia just as surely as a Spartan never allow a woman vote. They were our past not our future – and the book has “future” in its e founding happening of our country was an unprecedented liberation of the citizen, and we have evolved our society with multiple emancipations since then. Each one frees us more completely as individuals and expands the horizons of human potential. The founders understood the declaration of rights should not be a limit upon the people, but upon the government. Past times and other locations with unrealized freedoms are at best qualified tutorials to modern ethics. To the extent that the book catalogs as data the consequences of assisted suicide and euthanasia policy from other times and locations I applaud it. But other times and peoples are no substitute for contemporary, actual e book is not adept with numbers. They are generally presented without context to understand if they are huge or small. Numbers are stated in isolation and small curiosity is applied to teasing out insights from e author supposes the lack of Blacks choosing assisted suicide in Oregon is evidence of it being a “cultural choice”. With less than 70 assisted suicides in any one year and 1 in 60 ratio of Blacks in Oregon, it is statistically very unlikely any Black person in Oregon wanting assistance would have had a Black physician to ask, one who would not see a professional risk in agreeing. The numbers reflect our society and its problems, not “Black culture”. The author should walk in the shoes of fellow contemporary citizens. Understanding them has priority over understanding ancient Romans or even modern e book has a glaring gap in comparing to second amendment rights. Over half of USA suicides are with a gun, and a third of gun fatalities are suicides. These facts have not created those who or create guns culpable. The average gun dealer sells a gun used in a suicide every 5 years – almost certainly more often than a physician will ever be asked to help suicide. They a gun which will be used for murder every 2.5 years. Legal arguments establish no responsibility to the sellers or makers of guns – why would related arguments not be valid for those who help suicide? Would an assistant who gives a gun, not pills, be protected from responsibility? The book considers neither the similarity nor the legal doctrines which flow around the second amendment.Early in the book “assisted suicide” is analyzed as a situation where the person assisting must have an intent that the other person will die. The author never seems to consider that assistant could be sincere in not wanting the person to die, but committed to supporting the individual right of choice. What happened to “I do not help what you do, but I help your right to do it”? The author never revisits this analysis, and it colors judgement throughout the rid hypothetical consequences are presented for the different social norms or philosophical approaches. A lot of of us would search these repugnant – but in this work of scholarship, mere “many of us” is not the expected standard. On what philosophy or culture, or even religion, were the amazing and the poor separated? On what grounds should we agree with the conclusions of the book? The foundations are e book is unpersuasive. It has too a lot of gaps. The work needs to be expanded with a more representative sweep of sources, a stated ethical foundation, grounded in the true globe of today’s citizens, not commingled with alien times and places.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Perfect review of both issues

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Perfect analysis of the legal and ethical pitfalls of adopting the assisted suicide regime.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Amazing read

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Amazing read

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Legal scholar, and now Federal Appeals Court Judge, Neil Gorsuch has written a comprehensive study of the legal and moral problems in the physician assisted suicide debate. This is the right book at the right time because the practical consequences of mindless "reform" have been largely ignored in the current discussions. The author's detailed descriptions of what has actually happened in Oregon and in the Netherlands which have legalized assisted suicide are especially helpful. The author also presents medical evidence from respected sources including the Journal of Clinical Oncology showing that the major motivation behind physician assisted suicide is not unbearable pain but clinical nerally those favoring physician assisted suicide are on the most liberal side of the American political spectrum. But Gorsuch convincing argues that the intellectual roots of their proposals are actually from Social Darwinism, the American eugenics movement, and the National Socialist Party of Germany of the 1930's. Adolph Hitler is directly quoted on page 36. What is publicly presented as a civil right involving "personal autonomy" would in practice show a serious threat to the safety of the most vulnerable members of society. Gorsuch quotes with obvious approval the 1994 British House of Lords study which argued that it would not be logically possible to frame sufficient safeguards to guarantee that all "voluntary" suicides would in fact actually be voluntary.A "reform" which completely rejects the traditions of Western Civilization and makes homicide legal is not one which should be adopted without consideration of all the facts. Our author calls the debaters away from the realm of theory, speculation, and one liners--and back to the true world.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    My grandson is in college and he asked for this book. I always my grandchildren books.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    Extremely well written. Nice summary of the history or assisted suicide. Raises some amazing issues. Not preachy.

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    The Future of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia (New Forum Books) []  2020-1-20 0:2

    An wonderful book. Exquisitely written, thoroughly reasoned, and well wroth the investment.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Removing the blue dots of threads I havn’t read is a breaker, can't use this application until this is resolved, someone in the comments said this has only event since the latest update, should be simple to fix but hasn’t been updated since may

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    To fix parsing issue, sign out and back into the forums in the app. This fixed it for me.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Stopped working 😫, will this be fixed soon developers?

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    You're the best Nick. Thanks for all you do for the community!

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Application got slow opening threads 17S1 build

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Amazing app, does everything you would need it to.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Thanks Nick! Forums are simple to read on the go...

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    Miller Forum [App]  2019-10-16 21:32

    Demands unreasonable access to phone features. My calls and who I call are none of your damn business.

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    Miller Forum [App]  2019-10-16 21:32

    Yes

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Love being able to check in from anywhere. UPDATE 6/26/2018 Once I select a thread to read, all threads in all subforums are marked as read. Also, I have installed the 3.2.5 ver several times but the application still shows 3.1.5. I don't know if this is similar to my issue. Android device Moto Z Play.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    ANYONE HAVING UNABLE TO PARSE FORUM ISSUES log out and log back in. I had this problem for about a week and was really bummed until I snapped my fingers and went "duh", it fixed it right away. Amazing app, use it all the time

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Not working again :-( "Unable to parse threads" error, particularly after clicking on link from email notification. Uninstalled and reinstalled and shows as v3.1.5, while application shop shows it should be 3.2.4 Hopefully you can get this resolved soon, Nick, as lots of us loved the application to be able to use the forum easily on mobile devices when it was working.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Stopped working. Used to be great. Will modernize when it works again

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    This is brilliant. A amazing application to obtain immediately into the forums. So simple to use. And post replies in the forums and PM's

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Need to fix cannot parse thread error :(

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Amazing for laying in bed reading the forums when I can't sleep.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Usually perfect! Although, it's not loading the forums or messages for me right now. Please fix

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Perfect!

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    Miller Forum [App]  2019-10-16 21:32

    Amazing application

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    always amazing info and keeps me updated to all things golf related.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    outstanding

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    Perfect

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    Love the website and love the application

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    The application is a nice method to access MyGolfSpy on your smartphone.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    Application is amazing and makes browsing through the website a breeze

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    Amazing forum and information. So glad I joined

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    Amazing community, amazing application that has everything you need golf related. Thank you MGS!

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    Unbelievable knowledge of products, and speaking the truth about what consumer's need to know before they products just off the name.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    When I begin it asks for permission to use my location. I say yes and it goes to the system apps setting screen. I check permissions and they are all checked. I hit back and it freezes up. Uninstall and reinstall didn't help.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    Love it, works well for me.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Not bad,but VERY FRUSTRATING to have to uninstall-reinstall after 1 use because once opened & logged in then closed causes "java SSL exception:connection closed by peer". Seems to lose login details, despite being visible on menu screen.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    UNABLE TO PARSE RESULTS... Find is broken and has been for a very long time.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    ***Fixed***Hey Nick, up until the latest iRacing patch the messages worked.. now they wont.. thanks

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Love it when it is working. Has been broken for a bit now.

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    It's the goods

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    Amazing app, but doesn't yet work on Android device O (beta).

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    iR Forum [App]  2019-1-22 0:8

    As an iRacer...this is a must have

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    Miller Forum [App]  2019-10-16 21:32

    Feb. 15, 2015 I'm useing android device 4.4.2 on my ZTE ZMAX phone and my Nexus 7 V2. Can't post my own subjects and can't see pictures other people post. For me it makes this application useless. 1 star. But I also use it on my laptop the sight and forum are a 5 stars.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    Amazing source of industry knowledge and resources

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    The 'truth' in golf. Unbiased reviews.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    The Golf Spy application is great. Been having problem with my computer and use this to hold up on all the latest.

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-12 21:50

    Amazing application and amazing community

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    Golf Forum [App]  2020-1-13 13:53

    always amazing info and keeps me updated to all things golf related.

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