Thursday, March 28, 2013

Go Man Plus: It's not rocket fuel

Anyone expecting the sparks to fly after taking Go Man Plus "libido support", from Go Healthy NZ, will probably be disappointed. Unlike ThunderHard, which I reviewed on February 24, its effects are negligible, possibly non-existent.

The problem, of course, is that the effectiveness of ThunderHard comes at a cost — a cost that I was not prepared to pay. There's no point in being able to perform like a rabbit if, after a few days, you are flat on your back with nausea and exhaustion.

That's why I thought I'd give Go Man Plus a go. I took one capsule a day for three or four days, and sat back and waited for at least a tingling in the nether regions. But nothing happened, as far as I could discern.

Should I press on? After a while, I'll probably try taking the capsules for a week to 10 days. But I have to say that I don't expect to be able to report anything exciting.


Book Depository: Simply the best

I last wrote about The Book Depository on November 14, 2010. At the time, I had bought only two titles through this service, but had already found that it was both fast and reliable.

Since I wrote that first, brief review, I have bought many more books, and have continued to be delighted by my purchasing experience. I almost never go to Amazon, which charges for postage, and almost never go into physical bookshops. The latter have little of interest on their dwindling shelves, and can no longer survive without also selling toys, DVDs and stationery.

Of course, I feel sorry for the owners of traditional bookshops, but not sorry enough to pay from $5 to $10 more for a book.


Sunday, March 24, 2013

Cash for Cars makes everything easy

Few things are more frustrating than trying to sell your car, and having no luck.

That may be because you haven't heard of cash for cars — the New York-based service that promises instant cash, highest payout, no DMV, no paperwork and no obligation.

It all adds up to an offer that has never been bettered; so instead of banging your head against a brick wall, head over to cars for cash ny now.


Sunday, March 17, 2013

NZ Gov't redirects the 'traffic'

Only a slight detour is needed on the economic superhighway, thanks to Prime Minister John Key. Cartoon by Tom Scott from The Dominion Post of February 26, 2013.

Messrs Shakedown and Get Stuffed

Good news for the "struggling shoppers" of New Zealand. Or is it? Cartoon from The Dominion Post of February 16, 2013.

All Biggles' exploits to no avail

Cartoon from the Manawatu Standard of January 29, 2013.

Sunday, March 3, 2013

Put your best foot forward with TrainingPro

Flexibility is the keyword at TrainingPro. Anyone interested in training to be mortgage broker will find that, whatever their circumstances, there is a learning method to suit them — online, online instructor-led, or live/webinar classes.

The prospective student can also be sure of receiving instruction that is second to none, in a suite of programs that have been designed and developed by industry experts and tailored to the requirements of each state.

This high standard and comprehensiveness of its training has earned the company an A+ from the Better Business Bureau, and led to its becoming the preferred provider of training for loan officers and mortgage brokers in small to large companies and state associations.

"We have the knowledge, resources and capabilities to constantly monitor the industry and stay on top of state laws and continuing education requirements, allowing our clients to focus on growing their business," TrainingPro says on its website, underlining the importance of keeping abreast of developments in this constantly changing field.

Judging from the glowing testimonials that TrainingPro has received, it has been doing its job to the satisfaction of its many clients. Some have remarked on its excellent customer service and on its ability to customize programs to meet individual needs. But mention should also be made of the ease and speed with which, on one's first visit to the website, one can select the most appropriate course and, with just a few clicks, be on one's way to a brighter future.