Was about to place an order on Amazon, and noticed they were offering a 1.57% discount for users of their A9.com search engine. <br><br>It's along the lines of Google and while 1.57% isn't that much money overall, for large items it's a nice discount. <br><br>Anyway, all you have to do is sign in, use it to search a couple days and you get the discount...$26.69 in my case for the first order. Not bad!<br><br><img src=http://mywebpages.comcast.net/filehouse/a9.jpg><br><br>
I hadn't been to A9 in months but I had to check out A9 maps.<br><br>It isn't going to put google mapp out of business but the one feature is pretty cool. If you live in an real city you can click on certain streets and move up and down either side of the street with pictures of all the store fronts. I can see the building my lab is in moving down from Fenway Park. Only a couple of years out of date. There is a new restaurant in Fenway Park which isn't there yet.<br><br><br>you spent 1700 bucks at amazon for a futon??<br><br><br><br><br>(__*__) <-- circular sig when standing
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>you spent 1700 bucks at amazon for a futon??<p><hr></blockquote><p>That's right...and I'm going to give it to my neighbor as soon as I get it! <br><br>
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