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Mulholland Drive (Sous-titres français) [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Naomi Watts
This was a complex movie requiring several viewings to unravel the clues and solve the puzzle. The movie is more along the line of Blue Velvet rather than The Straight Story (both directed by David Lynch). However, I found the DVD rather disappointing. There was no way to access individual Chapters to go to exact sections of the movie. It ran just like a VHS tape. To return to a spot, you must actually put the DVD on rewind. Further the DVD has a bad flaw. It stops suddenly after about 90 minutes. Since there are no Chapters, it's not possible to simply jump to the next Chapter. After much trial and error, we figured out we start the DVD from the beginning at fast speed until it… Read more
Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs: Small Doses fo&hellip by Don Hamilton D.V.M.
My family's first means of addressing medical problems is with homeopathy. For some time now, I've been looking for a text book I can use to treat my own pets acute conditions using homeopathy. This book is the one! If you are not familiar with homeopathy, you'll like the first chapters which give an overview. I especially appreciated the chapter on how to administer the remedies to pets. With humans, it's a simple matter of placing the pellets, untouch by hands, under the tongue to disolve. With pets, I really needed this chapter. With homeopathy, it's important to differentiate under what conditions a remedy is chosen. The book has a substantial portion devoted to this critical… Read more
Dr. Bernsteins Diabetes Solution by Richard K Bernstein Dr.
Dr. Bernsteins Diabetes Solution by Richard K Bernstein Dr.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Most of the reviews of this books are either 1* or 5* depending on whether one sees Dr. Bernstein as a crackpot or a savior. I'd like to address the content of the book. I rate this book high because it was well laid out and easy to ready. It begins with a chemistry of digestion, laying the groundwork for his theories. It then goes into typical foods. One is provided with a clear simple list of no-no foods. Then one is led into sample menus so you can clearly see how flexible the diet is or is not. There are several chapters specifically geared to unique situations. Then a chapter with recipes. A couple of appendices. Simple -- logical -- clear By the way, I've tried this since… Read more