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  • mary - alright, not too bad

    I like the app somewhat but I would really like to get the premium version but it's $5 so I wish it was cheaper. I feel like it should have more than one adhan option but I can't find any good apps for adhan so I would say this isn't too bad.

  • Julie.m.t - Weeee!

    I'm a stepmom to two young teen girls. This is like.. quite the workout for me (super fun, cause i'm really into the music types), and the girls like to show off their skills and compete against each other. The only thing i'd say is that make sure you have tons of room, because a lot of the dances are arm movement heavy (being for the wii especially) and you might sock one another in the face or side by accident.

  • Ratoney - Solid Bike for the money

    First, let me say I'm no professional cyclist but just a guy who was looking for a decent road bike on a budget.

  • Richard A. Root - Frankly, Not Worth It

    A very strange book. The author has previously written another music biography that I really enjoyed, Catch A Wave about Brian Wilson. That biography also concerned a music legend that Mr. Carlin was not able to interview for his book. However, he produced a very positive book about Mr. Wilson. In Homeward Bound: The Life of Paul Simon, he begins the book as he continued throughout the book, with an apparent chip on his shoulder against the subject. Strangely, while he portrays Simon as an arrogant, almost hateful man, the story contains numerous times when he is shown to be a very giving person. According to the information provided by Mr. Carlin, Simon often pays far above the going rate for his supporting musicians, and does give them credit for the music and ideas that they provide. Yes, he has had an on again, off again argument with his partner Art Garfunkel. However, Mr. Carlin's own words show that at least half of the problem lies with Garfunkel. And, although Carlin seems reluctant to admit it, Simon's solo career is every bit as brilliant as his work with Garfunkel was. Does Paul Simon want to cover-up his early Tom and Jerry days? Probably so, but what artist who has later blossomed doesn't want to ignore his early attempts? This does not make Paul Simon a bad person. Obviously, I was greatly disappointed in this book. Unlike Catch A Wave, it was not worth the time or money that I spent on it.