I can't stress this enough. We just bought and moved into a house a month ago. It's a new construction so we went under contract in April and had until October to prepare while the house was being built. The mortgage was going to be $300 more a month than our rent. We used those 6 months to cut back on expenses and… »
I love my M8. It's the first phone that I haven't immediately rooted and installed a clean version of Android, I actually enjoy HTC's Sense overlay. The phone is a beast and I eagerly await lolipop. »
Yes, yes, and more yes. I use the lime scent but this stuff is amazing. I also use their skin food. It's the first aftershave I've used that didn't hurt like hell and leave my skin feeling dried out.
I got both the cream and the aftershave right around Christmas last year and expect both of them to last at least… »
A lot of people don't know about this or don't qualify, but I highly suggest looking into Public Service Loan Forgiveness. If your federal loans are consolidated into one of the applicable repayment plans then it will forgive all loans after 120 payments while working for a public service entity.
I work for a… »
Fun Fact, the founder of USAA was a GEICO employee that was fed up with being unable to promote within the company. He broke off and started his own company, which is now USAA. Learned that in a new employee training when I worked at GEICO a few years back. »
Seriously, I clicked this specifically to see if you had replied yet. I then immediately scrolled to the comments to confirm before watching the video. »
Except that thousands of years ago we domesticated these animals. They aren't wild animals anymore, they are companion animals. I don't think anyone would argue that the quality of life of my cats is significantly higher than a feral cat fending for itself.
I wouldn't keep a tiger in a cage, no matter how big. That is… »
We have 3 cats, one is a over-eater that will try to vulture the others food by scarfing his down as fast as possible and then run to their bowls. He will also vomit any red meat, so we can only feed him food with chicken, turkey, or fish. Another is actually just normal and eats his food, rarely tries to steal and… »
You must have mostly played bass trombone or rarely played principal. Not only was I taught tenor clef as a freshman in high school, but was reading alto by freshman in college. By the time I finished undergrad I would was playing etudes in lessons that were in a different clef for each measure and performing on alto… »
Sounds like you're on FIOS. I tried to mess with our network so that the supplied hardware merely was like a modem and our router then handled all the heavy lifting (DHCP, DNS, etc... I think, it's been a while). But I never quite got it to where the modem would get a new dynamic IP. I finally just gave in and have… »
Yeah, we were apprehensive when we went from VZW unlimited data to T-Mobile's 1 GB plan each. It's been 6 months and the closest we've come to the cap is my wife in the first month used about 800 MB. With a little more attention to wifi usage she got it down to 300 the following month and I've never been over 200.
I came here to mention this exactly. However you are lucky enough to live in GA. I worked as a claims rep for the GEICO office in Macon and we processed claims for over 20 states. Of those, only Georgia required by law that diminished value be awarded. Even then there are stipulations that the car had to initially be… »
Same here, we are closing on a house on the 28th. 6 months ago we cut cable, trimmed all our bills as much as possible, my wife started couponing, I started drinking cheaper beer, and we went out to eat less. All in an effort to save for closing costs, get a new vacuum when we move, and possibly a bigger TV for the… »
Had this on tap a few weeks ago. My review in Untappd said 'Mmmmm, hops'. Clearly was a big fan but it was also on the edge of my bitter tolerance. They are opening a brewery in the coming years just down the road from me in Norfolk, VA so they have a lot of support around here. I can't wait to be able to pick up… »
Yeah, I got my X1 about 3 months ago and found it absurd there was no native way to stream content from my PC to the X1. Currently it's not an issue because I game off my 2nd monitor beside the PC. But if I were to use the X1 the way MS wants me to, as a living room media hub, then this is a glaring omission. »
So I have a two Roku 3's and two computers running Windows 8.1. What I would love to do is be able to mirror my PC's screen (both HP) to the Roku. On Sunday's, the only way to watch my NFL team's game is through online streams that only work on PC. The streams play in Chrome, I assume they are flash videos.
What I… »
Great timing, I have never had a gose but was going to try one tonight. Got a few months subscription to the rare beer club for my birthday and September had a gose from Fullsteam in Durham (awesome since I'm from NC).
I am still on the fence about sour beers, I find them more as a novelty that is interesting/unique… »
I combine this with the routine in the article. Get home, change to what I will most likely wear to bed (if no evening obligation), spend a few minutes with the wife and cats, and everything ending in video games until dinner. »
We use them at work to have a dual monitor setup and then mirror a projector to the left monitor for presentations.
I also use one at home since I have an all-in-one PC with no video input of any sort. I already had a top notch 2nd monitor I used for my Xbox so I got one these and now I have a dual monitor setup when… »
As someone who was born and grew up in NC for 22 years, I must revoke your NC card. It isn't pulled pork, it's BBQ. BBQ isn't that tomato/mustard based sauced slathered on pulled slivers of pork. BBQ is a whole hog over a charcoal grill for 12 hours, continuously marinated with a vinegar based sauce, and then CHOPPED… »