My son and friends between rainy days.
My son has some new crocs we bought at a Crocs store in Florida. The clerk was very sweet and switched the straps so he could have a different strap color. But, we didn’t know the rivet on the strap was broken until we had left the area.
I was happy to find replacement rivets in a 4 pack available on the Crocs site. I couldn’t find them anyplace else, and $.99 seemed like a fair enough price.
When I went to check out, I got some serious sticker shock. $4.99 for shipping and handling may make sense when you buy $20 shoes, but a $.99 pack of replacement parts?!
Taking my Wike out for the first time; hauling my kayak on a bicycle trailer.
We’ve been playing around with some Google Fusion Tables and the examples don’t work as described. Specifically, if you copy the example code given on the page, you get a white area where the charts and maps should be.
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Lego Universe is Now Closed
Sad to see you go.
I got this seemingly personal email from Winston Redford about my website. He has lots of personal details and it looks like he took the time to write to me as admin of my outdoor webpage.
But… the illusion was ruined by receiving one for each domain I own.
The Lego Cuusoo site is pretty cool. And they have a cute video to explain the purpose of the site.
But when the video is complete, YouTube puts up some weird and questionable videos to watch next.
My son “bought” this game with “moola” earned as a reward for doing work over the past few months.