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    As a frequent user of the famous apple slicer, I have happily sliced my apples for years while my sorrowful bananas watched longingly from the side. I always had to tell them that it wouldn't be long before they would have their chance, that they were still just as important as the apples even without their own designated slicers. But they didn't understand. Why had they succumbed to this horrible neglect? Why were they so inferior to the lovely crispness of the apple?

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    I have been in search for several years for the tablet that would meet my needs. Alas my journey is over. The Asus Transformer Prime is the answer that I was searching for. It mates with my Android Phone and set up with my Google account was painless. I was up and running in a few minutes with all my apps pulled down from my Google account. It setup all four my email accounts and I had instant access to all my apps I have on my phone. I am truely amazed at the speed and quality of the device. Thank you Asus for meeting my needs and Thank you Amazon in finally getting me my product!

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    I have to admit, I was a bit sceptical about this cable at first. I had already purchased a $350 Monster QX7b-4 Cat6 Ethernet cable for my audio system, and I thought "there's no way this cable can be better, the Monster is incredible!."
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  • Deena Shoemaker - I also kissed dating goodbye

    I'm going to be 24 this year and I've never had a boyfriend.

    (waits for your double take) No. You read that right. I've never had a boyfriend.
    I've been asked on dates, been asked to be someone's girlfriend, even been proposed to. But I've never had a boyfriend.

    Some people that hear that are bold enough to ask me why. (Their question is actually a little more incredulous. Something like, "WHY?!?")

    I always answer in two words; Joshua. Harris.
    No, he is not some guy I'm waiting for. He's my dad's age, married, and I'm fairly certain he has kids. Definitely not my type.

    He's the author of this incredible book.

    I first read Harris' book when I was in my late teens. I had secretly loathed my inability (or my lack of want) to date up until approximately page two of I Kissed Dating Goodbye. At that point, everything I knew went out the window.

    The point Harris is trying to make is that dating before you're ready to marry is damaging emotionally and sometimes physically. We've got this idea that we're no one if we don't have a significant other. Often we don't date because we want to, but because we feel like we HAVE to. Harris puts it into perspective quickly. When we wait until we're ready for a long-term relationship, we fulfill more easily the other person's needs and not our own short-term wants. When we put dating into perspective, things just go a whole lot smoother.

    Harris opens the book with a dream a friend of his had. In this dream, she was getting married. She stood at the altar and said her vows to her soon-to-be husband. But as he returned his, women began to stand up and line up behind, repeating his vows with him. These were past girlfriends. While they meant nothing to him now, they had, at one time, been given a piece of his heart, a piece that she would now never get to have. She felt betrayed.
    When she woke up, she asked herself how many men could have lined up behind her during that haunting scene.

    This might sound like an extreme psychological reaction, but is it really that far fetched? How many people have you given your heart away to? How many promises did you break? How embarrassed would you be to tell your spouse the things you said or did with these past people?

    The point Harris makes isn't to stop dating altogether. He's not saying cease all dating and one day a spouse is going to magically drop out of the sky for you and land on your doorstep with a shiny bow on their head (though I wouldn't rule that possibility out entirely). He's saying that your dating life needs a purpose. Ask yourself what your motivations and reasons behind dating are. Determine what is ok and what isn't beforehand. When you know your reasoning you have a better approach.

    I recommend this book to anyone that doesn't have a copy (and I occasionally shove my own copy onto people). Can I give this book ten of five stars? Is that allowed? Because I would. I do.