Not very exciting. We waited over 6 hours for help to arrive. Took him all of 45 minutes to replace the starter on the furnace. I was so cold I told the hubby I was grabbing my camera and we were leaving for a few hours. Ended up going to the casino
Originally Posted By: Nana He's too old for one. The average age for sales & geniuses at an Apple Store is 2 yrs old. Not even going to get into their race quotas. actually, the one here has a guy who is way older than me and their race
Originally Posted By: AusMacOriginally Posted By: John RougeuxAnd to think that I can't even get a job at the Apple Store...I'm just not hip enough I guess. Perhaps you don't fit their criteria? He's too old for one. The average age for sales &
yeah they were all over the news. I was mailing this around yesterday. http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/kids-led-zeppelin-xylophone/?fb=dd https://www.facebook.com/jimmypage/posts/10153137369247612?_fb_noscript=1
I'm so sorry for not getting back here to let you know all is once again fine. Life just keeps spinning though. My grandkids and work keep me in a constant state of fatigue....*LOL* I love every minute of it, but realize age is catching up quickly. M
The point is that I'm not trying to make it about me. I'm trying to impart experience. Fine that they seal the chip in resin. That will last a short while. However it also means that the entire unit has to be replaced if any component fails for any r
It's not all about you, it's for others who may be reading this thread and wondering the same thing. So, please clear up my confusion then. If you know then what water resistance is in regards to watches...why are you making a fuss over if Apple d
• (of course, what do I know? I'm just guessing...the real information will be forthcoming when it's released.) Salient points. Yes. Even a Rolex is water resistant up to a point. No need to explain water resistance to me. Most of my life has been t
I googled Water Resistant and found this: Quote: It means different things on different products. Most items like electronics, Aquapac cases, etc. use a system called the IP (Ingress Protection) scale; which goes from 1 to 8. IPX1 means that an item
Thanks. No outrage bus here. It is true that I hadn't read any claims of water resistance and I can't see any water resistant types in the images. However, these are meant to be worn on the wrist. Apple is going back to the 1920's in wrist watches i
Originally Posted By: AusMacIf these watches are as water resistant as the iPhone then there will be a lot of personal outrage. I don't recall Apple EVER making the claim that the iPhone is water-resistant. You do know that there are cases that are
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