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Edward D.

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3/27/15
I had a friend who was recently wrongfully evicted from her apartment by her landlord. While she is suing him in small claims court she's been crashing with me and we've been looking into getting her a room to rent. We found Roomster after doing some research online and read some good reviews. We found the site very manageable and reasonably priced to use, and they had a ton of rooms available in various budgets. We found her a room to rent in a really nice building after about three weeks on the site. Overall good experience with Roomster, would recommend to others.
3/27/15
Like a previous reviewer, I subscribed to this magazine solely for the access to ESPN Insider. Instead of paying $6.99/month for Insider, $14.99 gets me a year of ESPN Insider, along with a year of the magazine. As for the magazine itself, it's sort of a high-energy, exciting, layout-filled sports page. The tone of it is far from serious, as it is filled with jokes and sarcasm (not necessarily a bad thing.) But if you're looking for a well-written magazine with insightful articles, stick to Sports Illustrated. If you simply want a colorful magazine filled with cool sports information (and your ESPN Insider access), go ahead and get this. I did, and I look forward to renewing it in a few months. In fact, just for the ESPN Insider, I'm raising my rating from three to four stars.
3/27/15
This is a great gift card for tween or teenage boys. I love that it can be used online or in stores. My boys used the card to buy Xbox points from the Game Stop online store. The code we provided immediately upon purchase.
3/27/15
Gamefly is a video game renting service similar to Netflix--you pay a flat monthly fee and Gamefly sends you video games to try out and play at home. The Gamefly website has a "game queue," which is basically a wishlist of games you'd like to rent, and new titles are shipped to you from your game queue in order of priority and availability.

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