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Dec 1st 2012 1:38PM Minimally : 1 smoke detector in hall on every floor AND in every bedroom (I say every room where you ever fallen asleep!)
A smoke detector in the hallway won't help if the fire starts in the room. No, it isn't enough to leave the door open.
Test every smoke detector at least monthly - if it is a monitored alarm system know how to put it in test mode. False alarms are dangerous also.
Have a plan! Practice it!
Nov 23rd 2011 5:13PM Exactly my reacaction - why did other passengers give him a few of their minutes. I am thinking 13 others give up 1/2 hr and everyone of them get a free flight anywhere.
I think it is a good point that at least two passengers were not belted in and the plane took off anyway. If some random passenger refused to belt up they would be thrown off.
Jun 21st 2011 6:50PM It WOULD be a shame if he were talented but has a mom whose behaviour at games would ruin things for everyone else.
Jun 21st 2011 6:47PM She is probably angry because the kid really wanted to go to space camp or go with his church (the lady goes to church???) youth to help the folks in tornado alley. Or Japan.
SO - let him do something(s) else he would like and let her sit in Jail until baseball season is over.
Nov 18th 2010 11:12PM Please stop shouting. I can't hear you.
Nov 18th 2010 11:10PM 'until you drop dead' :: sooner and not later
Oct 28th 2010 11:01PM Give it a break. Joyce wasn't being nasty, just a gentle reminder that almost all of us need once in a while. Read messages back to yourself once - sometimes misspellings that are real words can radically change an intended point.
I'll admit that here the misspelling is good for laugh.
Oct 17th 2010 6:57PM I read mine. Nearly 8 yrs ago I consolidated into a 5/1 arm at 4.25% (yeah!). My intention was to retire in about 5 yrs, sell the house and move elsewhere. But knowing things can string out I made sure the yearly adjustment was 1% max and there was a reasonable lifetime max. Tied to the libor the 6th year went to 5.25%. Not too bad. And a year later -- yup -- 3.50%. And though I am now close to selling it appears come December it will be 3.00%.
I understand why the lawyer that handled this mortgage I found online said to me when I got the original papers :: you'd better hurry and sign these papers, I haven't seen anything close to this in years.
Oct 2nd 2010 11:09PM that was boss' name : Ralph Mayo