no upside - My name is Renee DiResta. BD @ Haven. In my past life, I was a Principal at O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and a trader at Jane Street Capital. I spend time thinking about inefficient markets, apps that...
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Final mouse tournament pro is a good mouse. However When I turn off my computer if the mouse is still plugged in the lights stay on. If there was some way to turn of the light that would be great. It fits my hand perfectly and I like the two side buttons. I also I like that the mouse is very light. A lot lighter than my razer death adder 2013. I would recommend purchasing this mouse.
I used the entire bottle of Cellfood and noticed no difference in my energy level or my overall health. My low rating, though, is not because it didn't benefit me; it's not unusual for different people to try the same product and experience different results. My low rating is due to what appears to me to be a rather sketchy backstory for this product. I've done quite a bit of research, and I could find no references to a Nobel laureate named Everett Storey as the company claims. Furthermore, according to courts.ca.gov, 'Everett Storey' is a trademarked name, "NuScience had been granted trademark registration for “Cellfood,” “Everett Storey,” and “Deutrosulfazyme." Now, companies have been known to make up colorful stories to advertise their products, but if Cellfood is so great, why not tell the truth about its creator(s)? Why make up such an elaborate lie? I'm not saying that Cellfood isn't a legitimate product or that it doesn't work; however, its ineffectiveness for me combined with what I learned researching 'Everett Storey', make me very skeptical.
With the addition of the six buttons on the throttle quadrant and all the switches and buttons on the flight yoke, this switch panel pretty much removes the need for any screwing about with a mouse on the screen trying to find and flick switches. That was the biggest reason I bought this, so I wouldn't have to switch to the light switches view on FSX, then flick them on with the mouse, then switch back over to cockpit view... It was a pain. Like Blaine. And of course, I would forget to switch the landing and taxi lights back off when I was in-flight. Now that the switch panel is right there, in real life, it's a lot easier to manage, and to remember.
I have been using this cream for several years. It smells wonderful and it is ungreasy. I put it on every morning and it also