I think he went home thinking if there is no physical evidence he is in the clear They never found Laci Petersen's body... Actually they did. "Discovery of bodies On April 13, 2003, a couple walking their dog found the decomposing, but well-preserved body of a late-term male fetus in a m...Jump to post
Just got approved for a Delta SkyMiles Gold Amex. Congrats!! As I've mentioned— but have not yet been lavishly praised for by the a.net community — I was approved for the FNBO Rewards Signature Visa in June, as well as for the Chase Freedom Flex mastercard about two weeks ago. I have been checking ...Jump to post
I, Airstud, have been approved for the Barclay's Aviator mastercard, and I require the a.net community's praise for this accomplishment. I also need to know where i should go on AA - haven't taken them (mainline) since 1977. :boggled: (But praise for the credit approval first. I'm listening...) You...Jump to post
I USED to have the Red Aviator, but downgraded to the White Aviator. Did the same with the United Explorer Card (now Gateway) and Delta Gold (now Delta Blue); still earn miles, but no annual fee. The only other benefit is the free bag. Priority boarding is a joke given that by the time it's your as...Jump to post
https://www.saltwire.com/nova-scotia/news/ns-top-court-decision-marks-historic-shift-for-sentencing-offenders-of-african-descent-100626921/ I'm not clear exactly what the binding effect is of the Court of Appeals' decision here, but it looks like the historic injustices faced by the monolith of bla...Jump to post
To christen the venerable Barclay's type card, I went to yon Barnes and Noble (had a 20% off coupon) and bought Building the Modern World: Albert Kahn in Detroit (and threw in A Tale of Two Cities to meet the free shipping minimum :boggled:). See, one of the top ten most unacceptable events in twen...Jump to post
This is your periodic reminder to give blood if you do not already habitually do so.
You get free cookies.
(Oh also I think you like, save lives or something. However, cookies.)
Aaron747 wrote:wild claims of 'dictatorial socialism' - such a concept is not recognizably in practice anywhere.
so much aid money never gets to those that need it the most. Gross. The truth *is* gross, but necessary to address. We will need to observe over the next few months what humanitarian ops are permitted by the Taliban. ...which necessitates us first observing what observations are permitted :boggled:Jump to post
This thread is to contain ZERO political commentary - let alone mudslinging - about the troop withdrawal. Here is a link to a Facebook fundraiser for helping Afghan women and girls access humanitarian resources they are going to badly need as the Taliban does what it does. https://www.facebook.com/w...Jump to post
Some smoke/CO2 detectors have life limits, usually 7-10 years. Some have non-replaceable batteries. And yes, the chirp is annoying and even removing the battery won't stop it. If you own the unit or home, then it is your responsibility to get a new one or replace the batteries. If you rent, then th...Jump to post
Apparently, smoke detectors can reach their "end of life" - I didn't know they could do that; thought they only ever needed their batteries changed. Mine will therefore be chirping 5 times every minute till it's changed. I called First Alert and asked if there was a way to silence the chir...Jump to post
My wife was in a car accident with a guy who’d had seven bears and was texting at the time of the collision, the police said he was entitled to do what he likes on his sofa. I feel safe admitting I just didn't get this one... It plays on the assumption that someone in a car accident who has been dr...Jump to post
Participants in the Games have a few things to say about the high temperatures and humidity currently wracking the Tokyo area. As someone who remembers the first half of the 1980's, I find this just a dryly hilarious complaint from the contemporary athletes who insist on wearing mile-long "shor...Jump to post
What kind of credit does one need to get approved for this card? I’m assuming it needs to be quite good. https://www.nerdwallet.com/card-details/card-name/AAdvantage-Aviator-Red-World-Elite-Mastercard The buzz seems to be that Barclay's is more selective than the average bear. On the day of my appl...Jump to post
Virtual737 wrote:Airstud wrote:I am drunk right now, as I was when I started composing this post ten minutes ago, so I have totally forgotten said post's original objective. I think it might have been to solicit recommendations for how to christen the FNBO card.
You know, mere hours after I was approved yes APPROVED for that thar shnazzy Barclay's card, I responded, online-like, to an invitation I had received from FNBO to apply for their Rewards Visa card. See, I received the invitation in the mail a coupla weeks earlier and it apprised me that not everyon...Jump to post
ltbewr wrote:I know after a serious fire in an apartment building in my 5 building complex, all buildings had to have major upgrades in fire safety including smoke detectors in the halls, 'pull' alarms, emergency lighting installed.
The OP had several threads a while ago where he liked visiting historic old post offices. I was just messing with him. The only one that's even faintly walking distance from where I live now is the Elmwood Branch in St. Louis Park, but architecturally it is a nebish. The Lake Street and Minnehaha S...Jump to post
Got my 2nd Moderna shot yesterday. First one seems to have given me a real stubborn cough on days 2 and 3 which I'm told is a good sign - systems recognize what I want to call, with probable incorrectness, a "pulmonary antigen." These 23 hours later I am feeling kinda fatigued and feverish...Jump to post
Why would you get a secured card if you didn't have money problems? Why get an AA card when you're in a DL city? I did, >15 years ago. I've had AmEx SkyMiles Platinum for years. Do you only ever travel on one airline? Also in an earlier post you asked why get a card from "Barclay's, a British ...Jump to post
Why would you get it through Barclay's, a British company, instead of Citibank. Why don't I do business with Citibank? More than 15 years ago I applied for a secured card credit card through Washington Mutual. That card was actually underwritten by Citibank; and after I sent in the form and the $30...Jump to post
I, Airstud, have been approved for the Barclay's Aviator mastercard, and I require the a.net community's praise for this accomplishment.
I also need to know where i should go on AA - haven't taken them (mainline) since 1977.
(But praise for the credit approval first. I'm listening...)
\ A) wouldn't an "aspect of the vaccine" be... uh.. immunity? I got my final MMR booster when I was 18 (which was a greater quantity of years ago than we are going to discuss) and... am I not still immune to M, M, and R? what I mean is that none of the original vaccine they gave you back ...Jump to post
In the eleven years that I have lived in the Twin Cities, I think I have bought gasoline at a Holiday station not more than three times (need to minimize the risk of any of my money ending up at Shell Oil), however, it appears from the stickers on their pumps that you can pay there with a Menard's s...Jump to post
Was is really a very big moment in history? It's more a footnote in the book of US foreign military intervention failures. The US spent 20 years shifting dirt in Afghanistan with no tangible results. Lets not talk about the mess you've left the Middle East in. To be fair, we didn't make the mess - ...Jump to post
I have been spending larger percentages of my spare time lately reading classic novels, The Atlantic, or Scientific American, for I rue and repent how very much of my life has been spent wasting away in front of video screens (useless reruns on MeTV, or playing Tetris four thousand hours in a row). ...Jump to post
See, it's this kind of "nobody knows the mechanism" talk that is why I have vaccine hesitancy: How do they know that the vaccine will have proven to be safe over the llllllong term? :boggled: Because it would involve some aspect of the vaccine persisting months or years into the future an...Jump to post
Nobody has any idea what the mechanism for this, but about 1/3 of "long-haulers" (by some estimates) are reporting this effect of the vaccines. See, it's this kind of "nobody knows the mechanism" talk that is why I have vaccine hesitancy: How do they know that the vaccine will h...Jump to post
caliboy93 wrote:How about we pay people to get vaccinated? Is that a good strategy?
More specifically the SCOTUS gave a temporary suspension of strict levels of attendance at indoor religious events and services, depending on the level of severity of 'hot spots' of infection rates of Covid-19, from 10 to 25 persons or low percentages of capacity for larger spaces issued by Gov. An...Jump to post
Maybe this is a more arcane-type tech question than the more consumery topics around here, but what the hey. See, I have MySQL installed on my PC; somehow it is installed both in the Program Files and the Program Files (x86) directory (this all happened months ago : / ). Since I want my VBA programs...Jump to post
I'm still cussing a blue streak every day because my Galaxy S10 (still running Android 10) will not auto-correct when I accidentally hit a numeral.
Srsly, it thinks 5he is more likely to be my meaning than "the." 8'll be trying to get it to fix it and i5 n3ver 3v3r gets it 4ight.
Maybe denying boarding was a step too far but she really ought to have covered up a bit. 77 degrees isn't what you call sweltering - Midwesterners like her ate accustomed to far worse - and she could've put a light windbreaker on, then tied it round her waist when it got "sweltering."Jump to post
It must've been my first experience of ATL (September 2002) when I indulged in some heart-unhealthy fried chicken at Paschal's; and it must've been an unusual day at Paschal's in that the food was good. Anticipating my second transit of ATL a few years later I asked a.net if Paschal's was still ther...Jump to post
tommy1808 wrote:Corrosion on the PCB seems most likely, since modern typed don´t have much else that can break. In principle even embedded Software can go nuts, so have you tried taking the battery out and put it back in yet?
Been proud of sticking to my stair-climbing regimen these past few months and sometimes pleased, sometimes puzzled/frustrated but what I see on the scale's readout at my wake-up weigh-in. Promised myself shnazzy new running shorts if I had three consecutive days of weighing 174.9℔ or less; but fluct...Jump to post
I need to give, I lapsed since March. Oh well. They will start banging on the door soon when surgeries pick up. I have "They" schmey, why put it off when you know there's always an urgent need? You know you're going to feel better about yourself on the day you give, so why put that off ei...Jump to post