This product was, by far, more effective than the one promoted by my vet. I don't need gimmicks with spouts designed to reduce the shelf-life of a product, I just want a happy dog and this works for my poodle and her unfortunately persistent waxy build-up. Not overusing perfumes, it dissolves the wax well and it isn't full of alcohol which will really sting if your dog has been scratching, just make sure you follow the instructions for the best effect. It definitely works if you also moisten the wadding and this reduces the time it takes you to clean your dog's ears which makes a big difference for my poodle's endurance levels. The only downfall is the spout which is a little bit drippy - but this won't stop me buying this ear cleaner again.
This is the kind of read that is much more about the binary pairings of words, the structure of the work and the juxtaposition of themes belonging to high and low culture, than it is about being a piece of fiction.
There is a lot of unpacking, which can be highly enjoyable and at the same time, unless you are able to navigate your way around the literary techniques, be extremely time consuming. It's one that will definitely have value in revisiting.
The cover challenges the content, so don't be misled. The outside may say consumable (and I'm sure everything here is full of intention) but the inside is scriptible.
It's all open to interpretation, so make sure you have a look at the first chapter.
Twilight: The Score This an excellent set of music created with an orchestra and is great for Twilight lovers. Listen to this while you read the books... Be aware it is not the collection of modern tracks but its perfect for a bit of atmosphere. Features Robert Pattinson playing Bella's lullaby as seen in the movie.