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I am 21 years old and have struggled with acne most of my life. I had my acne under control with Benzamycin, a product prescribed by my dermatologist when I was 13. However, it began getting worse over the past year, and spiraled out of control when I stopped using Benzamycin and tried to fill in with OTC products. Unfortunately, when I went back on the Benzamycin it no longer worked to clear up the acne.
I am an attractive woman by beer-goggled standards. But because of my course mustache**, prominent mons pubis, and ample back fat, I don't often get approached by men (even when I premiered this shirt on a Friday night at the Denny's bar). After several unsuccessful weekends, I got wise to the ways of the manhunt. I Bedazzled the words "I AM FEMALE" on the back. You can't deny the allure of three wolves on the front and the unequivocally feminine rhinestone-studded message on back.
I've been using St. Ives for years and this one in particular was really creamy. I thought maybe it was just me so I went out and purchased one to compare and I was right. The store bought one was significantly grainier.
I had Hallmark Card Studio 2010 and it was BAD. This is worse, MUCH worse. I could get 2010 to at least print from one computer in the house, the other two crash the instant you try to print. This version will not satisfactorily print from ANY computer, it won't crash but it whatever it prints is so messed up it's useless. For example, I go though a paper wasting printer setup every time I start the program, then no matter what size or orientation I chose it prints the first page right justified, even though I told it the printer centers the paper, so I thought I could fool it and use the cassette feed and place the card at the right where it wanted to print.... Well, it worked for the outside page, but of course centered the inside or page two. Figures! I have wasted the value of the program in ink, card stock and then paper and never, not once got a card that was aligned properly. This is the worst POS I have ever installed on a computer in over 30 years as a techie. I love the cards but the last three versions have gotten progressively worse and is now so bad as to be so useless that I am actually giving up on it and I can't think of another piece of software I have ever done that with. EVER.
Before I go this ball, my favorite was the Molten Pro Touch. It bounces like the Pro Touch, but it is amazing to serve with. The dimples on the ball make it move a lot more, and it will die and fall flat at the end line.