I have a 2012 Malibu... it was bought used, but in perfect condition. It rides nice in both the front and back seat. It drives nice ... even though it has no real "get up" and go horse power. The one thing I really don't care for is the front grid. It is too low. It does not matter how carefully you are you are assured to hit it on parking curbs, etc. It is not just me either ... all the models I have seen are like this. The other thing is both my key fobs shorted out. It was due to wires and nothing due to my misuse. Chevy was not willing to replace them even though BOTH were faulty! Way to go on Customer Service Chevy for such a little item you could have taken much better care of your customer!
I love all the different types of Market Pantry noodles. I have never been disappointed in having them broken or crushed, They always boil up like they should ... if YOU boil them correctly. They have a way better taste then some off the higher priced noodles!
This machine works OK but is not as good as the older Keurig brewer it is replacing. The obvious problem is the scam with the new K-cups, but that's not all. Here is a list of complaints: 1. does not brew a full 10-oz cup. So guess what - you need to buy more k-cups (from Green Mountain of course) 2. the new k-cup format does not support about 80% of the tea available in our local grocery, so IF YOU"RE A TEA DRINKER DO NOT BUY THIS 3. Water is not close to hot enough. I just checked it with an NSF certified instant read thermometer and it was 162 degrees. That is at least 10-15 degrees too low for a great cup of coffee. 4. Can't use any of the 3 different fill-it-yourself cartridges we've collected over the years. Not sure if they sell an "official" one. All in all, i think this whole k-cup thing is going to be a huge debacle for them
First off, and most important, this machine makes a fantastic cup of coffee. The grinder gets a much more uniform grind than my hand-held. The water gets appropriately hot, without burning the beans. And no hot plate means the last cup tastes as good as the first. The coffee still stays extremely hot in the carafe without a hot plate!
A few negatives, minor for me, but possibly a bigger deal for some:
* It's a little complicated. Between the addition of the grinder, the intricately-fitting components, and the six buttons, it's substantially less intuitive than a basic machine. Not rocket science, but if you're the type of person who hates reading the manual, this machine may frustrate you. But after a few pots it is second nature. My eight year old with learning disabilities has learned to use it.
* Lots of electronic beeps. Five beeps to let you know the cycle is done, and an incessant double beep if the pieces aren't put together properly.
* If you're planning to program the machine to brew before you wake up, know that the grinder is loud and sudden, as are most grinders. I'm a light sleeper, and my bedroom is close enough to the kitchen that this would startle the hell out of me (I don't really care about the programmer, so it's moot to me). You can disable the grinder and use pre-ground, but then you might as well get a less expensive model without a built-in grinder.
I love my Soapbox shampoo! Yes, it is expensive, but it you use cheap shampoo ... you get cheap ingredients! If your lucky ever once in awhile Target runs a Cartwheel deal and coupons come out. SOAPBOX ... GIVE US COUPONS!!!
I love the smell of this shampoo ... I am super sensitive to shampoos and this one does not have me holding my nose while I am trying to shampoo. I love the thickness and the lather. It is just perfect not so thick that is won't come out, but not so thin that it is running down your back.
The Argan Oil that the use nourishes my hair and leaves it soft and more hydrated after all the damage I do to it from coloring, style products and blowing drying. I also love that the add Vitamin E.
One of the main things though ... it tames my curly hair! I so dislike my curls and I would do anything to just tame my unruly bedhead! This shampoo helps tame those babies!
I am a pizza snob. I have owned my own pizza restaurant ... eaten pizza in Italy... and eaten pizza ate just about every place I have traveled to. Margherita pizza is one on my favorite pizzas to eat. In my opinion Margherita pizzas are one of the hardest pizzas to make and making a frozen one is even harder. CPK has done it. The ingredients are as fresh as you are going to get in a frozen pizza and the crust bakes up into a nice pillow of crispness.
I like HOT and these are HOT, but not to hot. They have just enough kick to remind you of that Buffalo Wing you wish you were eating. Pringles never fails to deliver a great fresh chip with just the right amount of seasoning!