So if you have a FedEx, UPS, USPS, etc. tracking number to look up, instead of going to the appropriate site, clicking on the Track Package link and then entering the number... Just try putting your tracking number in the Google search box in Safari. Google recognizes tracking numbers and will give you the results from the appropriate site. Nice time saver!<br><br>
old habits die hard! Actually, it was YOUR window - tell your wife I like those red boxers she wears!<br><br>[color:green]When you eat a can of beans you can't be sure which one made you fart.</font color=green>
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