Originally Posted By: Celandine. . ...and THIS Is the Time To Tell It... Showtime's 'Years Of Living Dangerously' Will Take Viewers To The Front Lines Of Climate Change Years of Living Dangerously A New Showtime Series starting Sunday @ 10PM CH
Always think interesting seeing commercials promoting products that do wonderous things for the buyer. Like Colon Flow, bracelets full of magnets, others of copper, Free Money, so saw one today promoting Goggles with sensors of acupuncture points t
WTHell, It's worth a go... What I wanted as compensation was access to A FREE SEASON of Aussey Rules Football (Footie) I'd initially picked up the FOX Sports Package just to get it... only to find out that it's on FOX 2 ('er sumpthin') I'd need
multiple that times X? One car would not only be dangerous but would cause the WAIT TIME longer between car-loads of workers trying to get to their offices every morning. With a building that tall... Allah knows how many workers that would involv
Usually farmers are pretty good stewards of thir land . Not always, of course. Then, we know the famous BTK serial killer worked for the city of Wichita as code inspector. In this capacity he could check out his victims without any one thinking it
Originally Posted By: yoyo52iPads and iPhones both can connect to the web via a wireless router, so if you're going to use the iPad at home, and you have a wireless router there, then you don't need a data plan. If you don't have a data plan, though
I hope we start seeing wireless rates and costs drop, much like the did in the early 1980's with long distance bills !! I just restructured from ~$225 down to about $180 (taxes incl.) for 4 phones… still carrying my sons.
Celandine, Approximately 3 yrs ago when I had a problem w/Verizon FIOS that apparently a "supervisor" seemed to be giving me the run-a-round (like you I was calling all over the damn place) I decided to snail mail a letter to the corporate
Yes true, but even with that you need more motors to get to the top… i.e.. instead of 1 motor pulling a car (elevator) 150 floors, you have 3 motors, pulling 3 cars (1 @) 50 floors… see how it gets very complicated quickly ?? maintenance costs
#1 I've allowed my grass to "Go To Seed" ...and As the Name Implies... The grass Grows It's OWN SEED! -duh The result was the most lush lawn in the neighborhood. The grass selected the best variety for each area, out-competed the
Originally Posted By: MrBYes he probably has been grazing the same area for years but not at the same time. I'm sure he has moved his cattle around to different parts of the area . Ranchers know about this . They don't need some one from Chicago or W
We have "quality of life" laws that include mowing and such. They never get enforced for the real problems, like the abandoned house that neighbors have begun to use as a dumping ground so as to avoid having to pay a trash hauler. Instead
It's called competition my man. I've had AT&T Wireless since 1997 — and except for being constantly pestered a/b Uverse, I've been pretty satisfied. And now with them being assaulted by all the other carriers, they've gotten real aggressive with
As far as I recall in the extra extra tall sky scrapers in NYC they handle that very real concern by having passengers CHANGE ELEVATORS To Get to the Upper Levels. (I think there are "Locals" & "Express" like waiting for a b
add 2 It was too complicated (more so than necessary) to get into @ 3:30AM... but GET THIS... When I moved fro the Comcast Triple Play Package to the Verizon Triple Play Package, part of the deal was adding VOICE (a land-line) that would actually
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