Who Can You Trust - Who Can You Trust targets the 50-plus age group and advises them to be aware and alert to internet fraudsters, rogue tradesmen, dating scams, lottery frauds and identity theft.
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This book really made you feel for the main characters and the twist toward the end was unexpected. A very enjoyable read and I am looking forward to the fourth book even though I am ready for the happy ending for Marco, Leilani, and Addy.
Works as advertised. Easy to install, dependable alerts if any of the the parameters are out of range, and it is easy to follow the monitoring results on their web site.
On blu ray this looks as good as it did at the theater. It's not supposed to deep filmmaking , instead it's a thrill ride of complete disaster. It's over the top and exciting and that's good enough. If you analyze films like these too deeply then you miss the point, it just lays down a the basic disaster senario on a larger scale. A family tries to survive, ... well everything in this one. However some past flicks like 'earthquake' which should be on blu ray didn't have all the main characters survive and used model work instead of cgi which in this case looks awesome. This is just a fast flick with lots of action so I can't complain, it's not about a real disaster. Hello, the Mayans thought they'd still be around in 2012, so take the calender end of the world thing with a grain of salt. Now if you want a real disaster just look at all of the plastic clogging up everything, lakes, streams, the oceans, but the giant plastic pollution disaster is not going to make a great fun flick. This is worth watching and owning on blu ray , just don't overanalyze this disaster flick, or any of them for that movie. Disaster movies are escapist fun.