This week we're recognizing, CraigW!
CraigW has been a member of POI Factory for nearly 16 years!
We're recognizing him this week for his FAQ work!
Thanks for all of your contributions to our POI Factory community!
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Perhaps you can post on a new book you're reading, a new hobby you're taking up or about random finds as you finally get around to cleaning out the..., or your most recent adventure?
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Good day all!
We have a little over 15 centimeters of snow on the ground here in Ottawa. It's -10 degrees Celsius this morning, but it's going back above freezing this weekend (+5 degrees Celsius).
Do you call it out?
Yesterday, I saw an associate at Costco, so I shouted out, "Hey Derrick! I remember you from 2020!"
He turned around.
I stated, "You're the best employee Costco has!"
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Apple dropped the updates, iOS 17.1.2, iPadOS 17.1.2, and macOS Sonoma 14.1.2 today. Interestingly, each patches the same two issues, so the Mac update is essentially the same as the iOS and iPadOS updates.
The update patches some security concerns with the underlying platform that powers Safari.
Many auto insurance companies, including mine, offer premium discounts if you use an app or an installed device on your vehicle. Discounts can be as much as 30% but vary based on how you drive.
This week we're recognizing, ScrappyCrow!
ScrappyCrow has been a member of POI Factory for over 6 years!
This "long time lurker", submitted some information this week that helped Mahoney update his Rest Areas files. This is super helpful for all of us who have plans to travel the roadways this holiday season.
Finishing November, and moving into December.
Hopefully most can sit back and and enjoy Thanksgiving today. For those that have to work or are on the road may you have a safe journey and be able to return home afterwards. For those that sacrificed, thank you.
I have been changing oil since I was about 11.
Other than when buying a new car (3X in my life), I would not let anyone else change my oil. With my wife's purchased new in 2011, after getting ripped off by a dealer, I said that's it, never again.
Anyway, living in SE PA, working in NJ, nobody here will consistently accept used motor oil.
Today is the 60th anniversary of the assassination of John Kennedy. I went to one of the Federal academies and would to share a moving tribute from that day written by a fellow alumnus. I was one of about 750 cadets who stood at attention for a 50 gun salute. The New York Times reports it was in the mid-50° for the day but it was a 14 mph wind during the tribute.
As I Sit Here Now
This week we're recognizing, Johnm405!
Johnm405 has been a member of POI Factory for over 16 years!
He maintains several POI files, and is a regular in the discussion forums. I can't recall the last time he misses a weekly post! I appreciate his weather comments because we seem to experience the same pattern here.
Thanks for your all your contributions to our community, John!
It's Thanksgiving Week in the United States.
This week we're recognizing, Mcginkleschmidt!
Mcginkleschmidt has been a member of POI Factory for nearly 12 years!
We really appreciate him making Large JCV File Download Link (Garmin CNNA 2024.20 Map) available to our community!
Thank you, Mcginkleschmidt!
"Salute to all Veteran's
Let see how many Veterans will sign in today.
This may not be a popular topic here, but out of curiousity:
Do you feel that having hydraulic struts, to hold a hood open, is desirable, and a sign of quality?
My dad said the above. And, it's truly interesting how many values are conveyed by parents, as if we're playing out the Progressive, "turning in to your parents" commercial!
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