For some reason this reminds me when I took a tram in San Francisco. A woman boarded who pooped in her pants and had poop on her. The smell was horrible. I had to get off at the next stop because of her. The streetcar couldn’t move fast enough. Other passengers got off to. I threw-up in the street. It was that bad.
yup. muni is unpleasant at times. now we just have people smoking weed.
I dropped our landline two months ago and switched to ObiTalk VoIP using Google Voice.
So far seems to be working well, only two phone calls that made it through that I didn’t want. It takes some tweaking with Google Voice & contacts, but so far I’m happy.
For our android phones, we use Should I Answer (for my idiot husband, and my elderly mom I put their settings at the highest level).
Thanks for the effort
The last time we were at JC Penny-- about 4 years ago-- we had a pair of $10 off $10 coupons, we walked around, and left without using them, there wasn’t anything I wanted to stand in line for.
I tried a few more times, with the box first unchecked and then checked…i’d say it helps prevent it going into wild swings up but i am still using more ram then in Chrome even when it is checked…So, i will leave it checked but am hoping it will improve as Firefox Quantum gets updated…
Good deal - been waiting to get myself a backup coffee maker.
Just my experience in the past - WalMart would not price match their own website. The tell me that the website is an entirely different entity.
So what I do now is buy it online for in-store pickup. This guarentees I will get the correct price. The in-store pickup has always been flawless at my local store - have never had to wait at all.
I have found many many items where the on-line price is much better than in the store - even without the item having a special price online. If I have some planned purchases I pretty much know where the differences are. I use in-store pickup a lot even for items they have on the shelf for this reason plus a few cents for cash back if oredering on-line.