Now is the time to pause and reflect upon how our military veterans have served and sacrificed in order to preserve our freedom and attain freedom for those in many other parts of the world. And don’t forget the sacrifices of their families! Thank you, veterans and families!
We're only about 2 weeks away from Thanksgiving now, so it's time to start up the holiday shopping thread.
Any great deals you find interesting are fair game. It's okay to go beyond GPS.
Let's use this thread up to Cyber Monday, and then I'll start another one for December Holidays.
Jonathan (aka JM)
I was trying to do a search with no success for this topic. Can somebody point me in the right direction?
This week we are recognizing CraigW for his helpfulness in the discussion forums. He's been doing a great job responding to questions and sharing links to related information.
Thank you CraigW.
My name is Michael Lough
I apoligize in advance if this is not the appropriate forum to post this.. Advice would be welcomed:)
I live in Ypsilanti, MI and I’m seeking advice concerning a project that I’m researching for a local Boy-Scout project (I’m involved with scouting through my Nephew)
In a nut-shell ---(I need advice concerning GPS options)
This is the place to talk about things that are not gps related.
THANKSGIVING / BLACK FRIDAY ARE ONLY ABOUT 2 WEEKS AWAY
This thread will be closed on Monday and a new one will be opened.
I'm starting to see many new roundabouts around the US Southeast. I just read many older drivers don't like them. I'm 63, and am a fan.
It seems to me "Yield to traffic in circle" is much less confusing that the usual 4 way stop quandry of I think I was here first.
So, I'm curious: What's your opinion?
Like? Dislike? Why?
Atlanta and Tampa
You used to be able to get lost in the crowd, but not anymore. Double click on any area in the picture to bring the person closer. Or, just click the mouse and use the mouse wheel to bring them closer.
You can scan and zoom to any section of the crowd. Wait a few seconds. Double click anywhere. And the focus adjusts to give you a very identifiable close up.
Daylight saving time finally ends this Sunday at 2 a.m. -- remember to set your clocks back one hour when you go to bed Saturday night.
You should change the batteries in your smoke alarms
as well.Be Safe
HOUSTON – Verizon Wireless is assuring customers that their privacy won’t be comprised after it became the first mobile phone company to publicly admit that it was selling some of its customers’ personal data to third parties.
The carrier stresses that all of the shared data is anonymous and can’t be traced back to individual consumers. (more in the attached link)
In danger of losing your windmill?
Maybe you can share with us the last place your GPS took you and if you encountered any problems, or if you use it to seek out special places to go. (Like Thai Food, ice cream shoppes, etc.) Anything to keep your windmill alive.
This thread will be closed on the last day of the month and a new one will be opened.
This is the official POI Factory Joke thread. It will be closed on the last day of the month and a new one will be opened.
This thread is to wish everyone with birthdays in Nov. "Happy Birthday and Many More"
Your credit may take a hit from unpaid traffic and parking tickets
WAPO, By Ashley Halsey III, Published: October 31
Could the District use an additional $355 million? Would another $680 million help out cash-strapped New York City? How about $58 million more for Milwaukee, or $30 million for Detroit?
In many of the past few weeks, I've been seeking to spread the attention around and find people who've been doing good things but haven't received a lot of official recognition.
This week I'm selecting a couple people who've been recognized several times before and who continue to do a lot of outstanding work.
A touching Eulogy by Mona Simpson for her brother Steve Jobs
THANKSGIVING / BLACK FRIDAY ARE ONLY ABOUT 3 WEEKS AWAY
We heard recently about the Naval Officer getting arrested for having expired tags in DC, well:
Here are 159 minor things D.C. officers can arrest you for
By Mike DeBonis
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