Chipped the glass. To fix, FAX credit card information. But first, calculate the parts and labor, and look up and add in your local sales tax and then shipping. There is no online option for warranty service. Sent the tablet to them in December. Still waiting. Google has a FAX number? And no online warranty service? Really?
The buldging disc will be fixed by the knife. To prevent reoccurance I need to get a curve back into my back. L5 should not be so vertical. Thinking yoga will do the trick.
Its going to include a wood stove, chainsaw, and a long cold winter of chopping wood.. Cutting firewood warms you twice.
Goldenrod's sticky pollen is transported by insects. Never airborne. Ragweed's pollen is transported by wind and may be responsible for up to 90% of all outdoor allergies. They both bloom in fall and because Goldenrod is most visible, everyone assumes its causing the allergies. Not true, see Hilton Pond.
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Since when is Krugman an economist?
Paul Krugman is an American economist, Professor of Economics and International Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, Centenary Professor at the London School of Economics. In 2008, Krugman won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences.
You need to report a more balanced view instead of that from a liberal apologist. Really!!!
If the facts do not support the left, they don't go left. NY Times opinion also slams the left wing pseudoscience organic food movement.
Get an extreme opposite view say from the WSJ op ed pages.
Extreme right opinions require a suspension of disbelief that I am unable to sustain. Stubborn, ignorant, lying fools have hijacked the GOP.
at least read David Brooks.
I did not feel his piece met the standards of this publication.
"America will only be governable again if there is a leader who breaks the mold and reframes the debate. Romney is unlikely to do that, and Obama’s speech didn’t offer much either. " David Brooks
And since when did any Dem or Rep political convention offer ideas? - they are simply tent revival meetings.
Agree. At least Clint's monologue was interesting. And I thought Bill Clinton's insights on cooperation were outstanding.
Ask me - an independent voter - if I was swayed by either convention.
How are you going to vote?
I'm going for Obama.
Three great reads from New York Times
US Economic Policy, by Paul Krugman
"there’s not a shred of evidence for the G.O.P. theory of what ails our economy, while there’s a lot of hard evidence for the view that a lack of demand, largely because of excessive household debt, is the real problem."
Middle Age Fitness, by Gretchen Reynolds
"being physically fit “compresses the time” that someone is likely to spend being debilitated during old age, leaving the earlier post-retirement years free of serious illness and, at least potentially, imbued with a finer quality of life."
The Organic Fable, by Roger Cohen
"the organic ideology is an elitist, pseudoscientific indulgence shot through with hype.
To feed a planet of 9 billion people, we are going to need high yields not low yields; we are going to need genetically modified crops; we are going to need pesticides and fertilizers and other elements of the industrialized food processes that have led mankind to be better fed and live longer than at any time in history.
The worst drought ever finally broke when the remnants of Hurricane Isaac stopped by for Labor Day weekend. Back to the new normal.
12 months ago, Archelous brought us a 500 year flood.
This year its so dry, lawns are catching fire.
Less than 37% of Indiana corn is still healthy and national soybean yield estimate has been reduced 60 million bushels. "The fundamental balance sheet on soybeans is treacherous."
The good news? Fishers Fireworks Show will go on.