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Jun 9th 2011 2:25PM Not all clothing is equal in protection. Many t-shirts once wet offer very little protection against sun burn. Especially lighter colored ones. Some of the ones featured are specifically designed to get wet without getting heavy or overly stretched, to dry quickly, and to provide good sun protection.
They work great if you plan to spend hours out in the water, snorkling, swimming, boogie boarding, kayaking or whatever... especially for those of us that are fair skinned.
As to price, well my last week long cruise my husband and I went through 4 bottles of high quality, high SPF sunblock. We actually started on the 5th bottle we had to purchase on the cruise. Of course we actually use it like it's supposed to be used and in the amount you are supposed to use. Price that out.....
I normally wear dive skins that have a hight SPF when warm water snorkeling but could not find the box they were stored in. For me who loves the outdoors and water sports but am very fair, it's much cheaper in the long run to cover most of myself with sun protective clothing
Jun 8th 2011 6:19PM actually, most many shirts are NOT very protective against the sun, especially when wet
Apr 18th 2011 12:00PM nice pic, I could never get that good of a grin on both my boys at the same time
Apr 15th 2011 11:26PM all you manage to do by posting like you do is to sound bitter and hateful......
Apr 15th 2011 8:29PM so being it appears happily married makes her a skank? Worthy job? What's yours?
Apr 15th 2011 8:24PM Hey, I am jealous of her shoe closet although not so much the shoes as those spike stilletos would kill me. But she didn't steal them, or hurt anyone to get them, so I don't get why people can't just be happy for her. Unless you personally know her, you have no idea how hard she works nor how many hours. Nor if her husband bought most of them for her as a gift.
Apr 5th 2011 6:14PM her money, her business. It's not harming anyone else, I think she looks good, especially for her age. If she's in the entertainment business, well, then looks do matter. Hell, they matter in most any business for women whether most care to admit it or not.
Mar 15th 2011 4:59AM If they are only counting one theft it's probably HOW they count. They don't count any of the ones reported to the American Consulate. Only ones where someone is willing, after being told they are wasting thier time, to sit and try and fill out forms in Spanish with no help of translation...... after waiting for several hours to obtain said paperwork, are going to be counted.
If you make it hard enough, and make sure that it's well known to be a waste of time of course people will not report crimes
Feb 22nd 2011 6:58PM To ltjaysantos, it's already possible to bypass the scanners if a terrorists is willing to hide his/her bomb interally as the machines only scan very shallowly. I'd assume if they're willing to die for thier cause, they'd also be willing to be uncomfortable.
Personally, I opt out of the new scanner and opt for the hand search. The reason is they are not FDA approved, they counted exposure as divided by the whole body and yet they are concentrated in the skin's surface and there have been no studies to see if they will increase the risk of skin cancer. I've had remarkedly professional TSA agants search me (as recently as twice in the last week), but I've also witnessed first hand some not so professional TSA searches.
To Mary, if you totally opt out, they just tell you that you can't fly. They don't arrest you.
Jan 20th 2011 12:28AM Also had issues with DinoDirect. They like to try and play the "stall game" and make lots of promises, many of them conflicting. I actually got told three very different things about my order all in a couple hour period. I got my money back, but only after I filed with PayPal. If I'd waited and believed thier promises I would have been past the 45 day time limit to get my money back from PayPal.