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MILITARY ENERGY GUM – Military Caffeine Energy Gum – ARCTIC MINT – TRAY (24 packs, 5 pieces per pack) – 100mg Caffeine per piece

MILITARY ENERGY GUM - Military Caffeine Energy Gum - ARCTIC MINT - TRAY (24 packs, 5 pieces per pack) - 100mg Caffeine per piece

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  • MILITARY ENERGY GUM has had tremendous success in supporting our troops in the Middle East. First Responders, Firefighters, Police Officers, and Security Personnel have also found MILITARY ENERGY GUM to be a powerful, compact, fast acting tool for stopping fatigue.
  • Begins working instantly…Through oral absorption, chewing one piece delivers 100 mg of caffeine five times faster than pills or coffee.
  • MILITARY ENERGY GUM formula was developed exclusively for Military and Security Agencies and their members.
  • MILITARY ENERGY GUM won the Army’s Greatest Invention of the Year Award for 2005 and MILITARY ENERGY GUM was selected for inclusion in the EMMY gift bags.

The U.S. Military has researched and tested for 6 years to help stop fatigue related injuries and deaths. The result, MILITARY ENERGY GUM, is now available. Soldiers no longer have to resort to eating freeze dried coffee grounds in the field to stay alert. MILITARY ENERGY GUM is an effective and efficient tool for addressing problems that have caused injuries and deaths among out troops. Not only does MILITARY ENERGY GUM decrease accidents, but it increases soldier performance. Clinical studie

List Price: $ 28.00

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Two Weeks With a SEAL (The Wakefield Romance Series)

Two Weeks With a SEAL (The Wakefield Romance Series)

Rhea Griggs has had a hard life. Growing up with an abusive father who’s now in jail, her older brother, Randy, was a source of strength, along with his best friend Chad, who Rhea has been in love with since childhood. When her brother and Chad go off in the Navy, eventually becoming SEALs, Rhea thinks she’ll never be with Chad. What she doesn’t know is that Chad has loved her for just as long, keeping his feelings at bay out of respect and fear of his best friend. When heartbreak strikes Rhea,

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  1. 37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Super Awesome, August 22, 2008
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    heero2020 (Tampa) –

    This review is from: MILITARY ENERGY GUM – Military Caffeine Energy Gum – ARCTIC MINT – TRAY (24 packs, 5 pieces per pack) – 100mg Caffeine per piece

    The first time I chewed a whole piece I literally wanted to vomit because of the aftertaste. I looked at the remaining box of 23 packages and thought “Crap, I’m going to have to resell them individually on eBay.” But then within a minute, I realized that I was wide awake and super energized, which I’ve never felt so quickly from any other energy product (liquid, solid, or gel). Over the next few days, I discovered that if I chewed half a piece of the gum at a time, the taste is actually much more tolerable and the effects are just the same. So… thumbs up.

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  2. 19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Terrific product, odd pricing, August 11, 2008
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    Mathew Roberson (Hampton, VA) –

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    I love this product and most highly recommend it! Unlike the cinnamon version of this product, I cannot taste any of the bitter caffeine taste. The sweet coating and mint flavor are excellent, and the gum maintains a pleasant mint flavor long after the caffeine is gone. By contrast, the cinnamon version completely loses all taste after 5-10 minutes and I want to spit it out. With the mint version, I actually enjoy continuing to chew the gum.

    The screwy thing is the pricing: The 24-pack costs $2.00 more than buying four 6-packs ($28 vs. $26), so it’s clear they’ve adjusted their pricing to make money on the “shipping costs.” I have Amazon Prime, but instead of “free shipping” it’s really “$2.00 shipping.” (If shipping was really free, the 24-pack product price would be LESS than $26 because the manufacturer’s cost for the tray must be less than their cost for four 6-packs.)

    Aside from the shipping cost, it’s a great product!

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  3. 18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Gerat Caffeine Source, January 19, 2010
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    J.C. (Los Angeles, Ca United States) –

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    I’m the type of person who uses caffeine as a drug to stay focused. My friend, who was former military, gave me a pack of these to try. Let me just say that the military money gets results! This was fact acting, small, and cheap. It works out to about $0.25 a cup of coffee- each gum has 100mg caffeine (5 pieces per packet, 24 packs per box). This destroys any other caffeinated products I’ve ever tried- it beats coffee for price and ease of use. It beats jolt gum cause it has 6x the amount of caffeine jolt does. It beats energy drinks because they are so expensive and loaded with TONS of sugar. These things are extremely portable- just carry in your pocket (they were meant for military!). Great for law enforcement to have in the war bag to stay awake in the field when you are stuck on a call or stakeout. A friend who is in vet school loves these cause they have to stay alert and study so much. To be honest, you don’t buy stuff like this for taste. The first minute of these things you just taste the sugar and flavoring, but after that the bitter taste of the caffeine starts to be come apparent. The taste comes out slowly at first, and never completely overpowering, but anyone chewing this just to enjoy gum, and not as a tool to stay awake, would never chose this gum over any other gum in the world for flavor. That being said, the taste isn’t terrible. I’ve had all 5 flavors. The Cinnamon is the worst, and unless you are a fan of big red or gum like that I would avoid it (I don’t like Cinnamon flavor). IMO, the Spearmint flavor tastes the best at first (only slightly better than Arctic Mint), but then the caffeine is more noticeable with Spearmint in the end than with Arctic Mint flavor. Overall, if you are going for the best overall flavor experience I chose Arctic Mint. I cannot recommend these enough.

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  4. 71 of 79 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    redneck romance… couldn’t relate, April 26, 2013
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    inezanzen (Loches, France) –

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    This review is from: Two Weeks With a SEAL (The Wakefield Romance Series) (Kindle Edition)

    OK I get that she wants to write a country romance. SPOILERS…. Small town girl, hard on her luck, finally hooks up with brother’s best friend and fellow seal who’ve loved each other forever and never said anything…. but I just couldn’t like Rhea, or really any of the female characters. There are girl fights between Rhea and another girl who’s such a steriotype of the slutty girl who sleeps with everyone. They pull hair, throw glasses of water on each other and call each other skank and whore throughout the whole book. Then there is Duke who is obsessed with Rhea, despite sleeping with the skank, all because she slept with him 3 times because she was lonely “but the third time doesn’t count because he fell asleep when she was trying to pull his pants off”. Then when she gets together with her girl friends they drink like fishes, 6 beers each in one episode. At one point they are so drunk and watching porn movies that they end up half undressed bumping and grinding each other. yuck! Of course all the seal guys come upstairs to look and to comment on the size of the guy’s penis in the porno film. Come on! All these girls think about is sex, drinking and getting in drunken fights. If this is the face of small town america, then we should be worried… very worried! Add to that her jet black died hair with roots… I mean what are we supposed to like. OK yes she loves Chad and can’t live without him and he seems nice enough… but basically the story went no where. Brother dies (Chad comes home and sleeps with her), her mother dies (Chad stays away for 18 months), chad comes home (sex, meets seal brothers, move in together) angst because Chad has to do one last tour of duty (tears alone, tears with friends, tears with Chad, tears with Chad’s mother) Chad leaves… end. No climax, no real end, no real likeable characters…. what’s the point?

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  5. 39 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Disappointment, April 22, 2013
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    KosyMS

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    I needed a quick read for a lazy afternoon and the description of this book seemed to fill the bill. I would have enjoyed the story except for the repetitively and amazingly misused words (ex: when someone gives you a “rye smile”, are they smiling at you as though you’re some kind of liquor or perhaps the smile is grainy?).

    Perhaps I’m just too picky, but when I have to pause and re-read sentences several times to glean the meaning because of grammar errors or words that don’t work in the context, it really destroys my enjoyment of the story. I understand that there will be an occasional error. We’re all human and things can be overlooked in the proof-reading process. But the errors in this book were too numerous and too consistent.

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  6. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow, simply awful!, April 29, 2013
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    I don’t understand the five stars given. I’m trying to continue reading this book, but the grammatical errors and awful story line is making it really hard, the main character is 25 yet speaks like a teenager and acts even more immature. I thought the word was probably not prolly,no instead of nah. This book makes me feel like one of those awful reality shows with redneck in the title, who chews tobacco now days? it was gross to picture that. The author throws name brands like she had never heard of them before and all of a sudden she discovered they exist. I’m at 14% of the book and as I read I work on this review, we all know the main character has been in love with her brother’s best friend, but to repeat it over and over it’s getting old super fast. Her shivers and goosebumps, awful “we drove like that for probably an hour, silent except for small converstion, the radio blaring in between me changing the stations, the entire time our hands joined over the center console, never parting.” This is one of the worst paragraphs I’ve read. I will try and finish this awfully written book just because I started it, but it won’t be in one sitting that’s for sure! This is supposed to be a series, I hope the author thinks her story line better for the next books or better yet, end it with this one.

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