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Jim Bowie

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  1. And exactly what was that very favorable rate?
  2. Someone did not do their homework.
  3. Tomorrow is the day to buy, not today. Ha !
  4. I don't think it will happen after the same people will be re-appointed. Get it while you can.
  5. We bought one ( no ice maker) in 2006 and it still works. No repair problems.We also bought an LG washer in 2006, no problems. ( no agitator)
  6. The price for the Quad at our local HEB was 19.95 this year.
  7. No more Ice Ages allowed; the weather has to now be nice and predicable, so people can make plans that they don't have to change. Unacceptable if it gets colder or hotter than last year, or more rain or less rain. We all should know that by now. Get with the Program
  8. What do you mean "away from local bank"? The local bank does "not convert the exchange rate". That is done by Visa or Mastercard using an ATM, where you get the top rate. Much better than XE.
  9. Some people reply without ever reading what they are replying to. Tells a lot about them, no?
  10. And you use Capital One, just like MC?
  11. Use only an ATM at a local bank, never from a business. Security is too loose.
  12. Thank you so very much. Would you mind sending me a PM when you know the cost and also what your husband thinks of them when he has used them.
  13. Anyone had ear molds made at Costco or other places locally for hearing aids? Any idea of cost and time? TIA.
  14. Be sure you have the title in your name (the US Title). If not, you have to prove the car belongs to you to get a title in your name before you can register it there.
  15. https://www.foxnews.com/health/covid-19-vaccine-booster-unnecessary-fda-resigning?fbclid=IwAR37BznZy91DjgFHNso2g77DQ1NiG4tG_bSufgbrObDmoJr4RWj37CnmKpQ Marion Gruber, director of the FDA’s Office of Vaccines Research and Review, and her deputy director, Phil Krause, set to leave in October and November, published a viewpoint in The Lancet on Monday along with other experts worldwide, arguing that the COVID-19 vaccines remain effective in preventing severe disease, including against the highly transmissible and dominant delta variant. "Careful and public scrutiny of the evolving data will be needed to assure that decisions about boosting are informed by reliable science more than by politics," authors wrote, adding in part: "Widespread boosting should be undertaken only if there is clear evidence that it is appropriate." The comments come after Dr. Janet Woodcock, acting commissioner of the FDA, and Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recently advised the White House that regulators need more time to review necessary data before approving a COVID-19 booster shot plan.
  16. Gotta get that jab at the Us , don't you? What an a&&.
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