Rombert

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (7 of 8)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 830,209 - Total Helpful Votes: 7 of 8
King of Shaves Hyperglide by King of Shaves
King of Shaves Hyperglide by King of Shaves
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
With plenty of water on the face and regular razor rinsing, this gave me a good close shave with no irritation and only minor nicks, and no added soap/cream etc. As such, I'd recommend it, but it's not exceptionally close - for that, I'll reach for my double edged razor and more time. For the time taken though and lack of mess it's hard to beat.

Just watch out for the price though - both the blades and the razor are very expensive
What Do You Want from Me?: Learning to Get Along w&hellip by Terri Apter
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worth considering, 26 Jan 2014
If you want a better relationship with your in-laws, this is a good book to try. In fact today was the first day we had in-law face to face contact since I read the book, and I actually felt the benefits in a very real way. This has prompted me to happily write a short review.

It's helpful to understand why people behave in the way they do in in-law situations, but more usefully perhaps, each chapter closes with some exercises - or in other words, things to do/try to help the situation. These are great 'take-aways' from the book, and are worth considering and trying.

The book is easy to read, interesting and enlightening. I've not read any others on the same subject,… Read more
Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial &hellip by Richard Heinberg
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A warning., 24 Mar 2008
This book is rather depressing and alarming in it's outlook, but maybe this is just what we need. We have to face facts.

Richard Heinberg has gathered evidence from a variety of sources to paint a picture of the future if we continue to use and aim to use non-renewable energy sources. The theory is, and it is a theory that is backed up by most experts, that these sources of energy will become far rarer in the future. This will have economic consequences (ie a major downturn over time) as well as geopolitical (ie more resource-based wars). We are already seeing this played out now (oil price shooting up, Iraq etc).

The outlook is gloomy.

Thinking more… Read more

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