This week we are recognizing Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki.
Hanski9, You have been contributing sounds and icons over the last few weeks. I am so excited to have them to add to our library. Thank you so much for taking the time to make these for us.
Jrozsnaki, A huge thanks go out to you. I find the Starbucks project to be very overwhelming and you took it over this week and now I feel like a ton of bricks have been lifted off my shoulders.
I am very excited about the New Year, I am already thinking about the COY awards and also the breakdown of the year that we have had.
It is so nice to be a part of this community, you should all be proud of what we have accomplished this year. I know that we will continue to reach new heights in 2010.
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Congrats to the both of you keep it up.
Thanks Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki for all your contributions.
Keep up the good work Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki.
Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki, you both have contributed so much to this site.
Way to go good job.
Congrats to both of you and thank you for a job well done.
Thanks to both of you. Your time and efforts are appreciated!
Great work !
Keep up the good work.
to both, Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki thanks for your dedication, and work
Being a gadget person, its fun to get new toys. It is even more fun to find a place where you can learn to maximize it's use, learn from so many, and become a contributor as well. This has to be the most fun I have ever had with a new gadget and I need to thank all of you for the simple instruction and contributions you make.
to both of you for your fine work.
Congratulations! Thank you for your contributions!
Congrats and thank you!
Keeping files up to date is hard work. Making new icons and sounds is fun for us to try out.
Thanks again -
Recognizing Hanski9 and Jrozsnaki we all appreciate your contributions. Thanks for all your help.
Garmin Nuvi, 750
And Happy New Year!
New year could bring end to Ariz. speed cameras
Associated Press - December 31, 2009 12:54 PM ET
PHOENIX (AP) - More than a year after Arizona became the first state in the country to deploy dozens of speed cameras on highways statewide, threats to the groundbreaking program abound.
Profits are far below expectations and a citizen effort to ban the cameras continues to gain steam.
The governor has said she does not like the cameras, and more and more drivers getting tickets in the mail are ignoring them.
The Department of Public Safety says more than 700,000 tickets were given out to drivers going 11 mph or more over the speed limit between September 2008 and September this year.
If the mandated $181.50 in fines and surcharges were collected on all those tickets, that would total more than $127 million. But they had generated just $36.8 million through September.
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