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1. | Jul 4, 2014
Supporting LEAF is reflective of good ctmiunmoy citizenship and values in support of our ctmiunmoy of Scenic Acres as a whole. Having recently canvassed around my home streets, I have been encouraged by the demonstration of such values from so many neighbours. Conversations around all sorts of issues that are valuable to our ctmiunmoy arose and gave us something to connect about. As ctmiunmoy residents we should take any advantage to be part of making our ctmiunmoy better for everyone, not just our personal property but showing pride and support for others. I particularly like the fact that we, as residents, will have control over how our ctmiunmoy greenspaces are cared for. This will only increase property value for everyone. Just taking a walk around one can see the neglect in these places. Being neighbourly and ctmiunmoy-minded is one of the great strengths of our ctmiunmoy I was pleased to see so much of those values being upheld still by so many ctmiunmoy-minded citizens!. What a great place we live in!
2. | Jun 14, 2014
Calnlig all cars, calling all cars, we're ready to make a deal.
3. | Apr 6, 2014
GAP is not always isuesd after the loan is. Many places have a 30 day period after you make the loan. You did not say how long ago you bought the car. If it has been more than 30 days, your best bet would be to consider a re-fi with your bank or credit union. They will also have GAP insurance. I am surprised that the dealership didnt sell it to you, they usually get a cut from it which is why it is higher than if you get it from your bank or CU. Maybe they felt bad about sticking it to you with the rate thought GAP would be too much.
4. | Apr 5, 2014
Yup, that sholud defo do the trick!
5. | Mar 28, 2014
Kick the tires and light the fires, problem ofcifially solved!
6. | Feb 9, 2014
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7. | Jan 2, 2014
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8. | Dec 14, 2013
GAP is not always iuessd after the loan is. Many places have a 30 day period after you make the loan. You did not say how long ago you bought the car. If it has been more than 30 days, your best bet would be to consider a re-fi with your bank or credit union. They will also have GAP insurance. I am surprised that the dealership didnt sell it to you, they usually get a cut from it which is why it is higher than if you get it from your bank or CU. Maybe they felt bad about sticking it to you with the rate thought GAP would be too much.
9. | Dec 13, 2013
Before I say anything else might I say: OMNOMNOM!!!Now that I've got that out of my syetsm:Every time I read The Meek' I find myself waiting impatiently for the next panel and checking more regularly than is reasonable just on the offchance that you've gone mad and produced many panels a lot sooner than expected.So, basically I'm hooked. Sign of a good webcomic.=D
10. | Dec 12, 2013
Supporting LEAF is reflective of good ctummnioy citizenship and values in support of our ctummnioy of Scenic Acres as a whole. Having recently canvassed around my home streets, I have been encouraged by the demonstration of such values from so many neighbours. Conversations around all sorts of issues that are valuable to our ctummnioy arose and gave us something to connect about. As ctummnioy residents we should take any advantage to be part of making our ctummnioy better for everyone, not just our personal property but showing pride and support for others. I particularly like the fact that we, as residents, will have control over how our ctummnioy greenspaces are cared for. This will only increase property value for everyone. Just taking a walk around one can see the neglect in these places. Being neighbourly and ctummnioy-minded is one of the great strengths of our ctummnioy I was pleased to see so much of those values being upheld still by so many ctummnioy-minded citizens!. What a great place we live in!
11. | Dec 6, 2013
There are really no recnrdiog limitations with any camera the limitations come from memory cards.SDHC memory cards, by specification, have a maximum storage size of 32GB. The also have a single, continuous (i.e. one long video) size limitation of 4GB per file. That means if you're shooting a really long video and it's size reaches 4GB, the camera automatically continues recnrdiog, but to a 2nd new file. This is because SDHC cards use a FAT32 file system, where 4GB is the maximum size of any single file. Again, these limitations are strictly due to the SDHC format and have nothing to do with a camera (whether it be a T2i or any other brand/model).If you want a bigger card, you have to use the new SDXC memory cards, which based on specs, can hold up to 2TB. However, the largest SDXC memory cards currently available are 64GB and these cards with speeds fast enough for video (Class 6 or higher) run around $500. By the way, the T2i accepts both SDHC and SDXC memory cards.And yes, you simply multiply Canon's specs per the storage limits of your memory cards. If a 4GB card can hold 12 minutes of video, then a 32GB card can hold 96 minutes of video. They are not pulling a fast one , it's just math.
12. | Dec 4, 2013
I saw this on Pinterest and I must say, WHAT AN IDEA!! I wonder if you could make these with mufifn mix instead of cake mix. I'd like them to be good and healthy for breakfast instead of so caky like cupcakes. Anybody try?
13. | Dec 4, 2013
Supporting LEAF is reflective of good cnmoumity citizenship and values in support of our cnmoumity of Scenic Acres as a whole. Having recently canvassed around my home streets, I have been encouraged by the demonstration of such values from so many neighbours. Conversations around all sorts of issues that are valuable to our cnmoumity arose and gave us something to connect about. As cnmoumity residents we should take any advantage to be part of making our cnmoumity better for everyone, not just our personal property but showing pride and support for others. I particularly like the fact that we, as residents, will have control over how our cnmoumity greenspaces are cared for. This will only increase property value for everyone. Just taking a walk around one can see the neglect in these places. Being neighbourly and cnmoumity-minded is one of the great strengths of our cnmoumity I was pleased to see so much of those values being upheld still by so many cnmoumity-minded citizens!. What a great place we live in!
14. | Sep 17, 2013
I made the chocolate ones and added the pukimn pie spices to the batter (1tsp cinnamon, 1/4tsp ginger, 1/4tsp nutmeg, 1/4tsp groiund cloves). I topped them with the cream cheese frosting but added a melted square of baking chocolate! They were so rich, moist and chocolatey and the spices made them a little interesting tasting than just plain chocolate!!
15. | Sep 16, 2013
Supporting LEAF is reflective of good comiunmty citizenship and values in support of our comiunmty of Scenic Acres as a whole. Having recently canvassed around my home streets, I have been encouraged by the demonstration of such values from so many neighbours. Conversations around all sorts of issues that are valuable to our comiunmty arose and gave us something to connect about. As comiunmty residents we should take any advantage to be part of making our comiunmty better for everyone, not just our personal property but showing pride and support for others. I particularly like the fact that we, as residents, will have control over how our comiunmty greenspaces are cared for. This will only increase property value for everyone. Just taking a walk around one can see the neglect in these places. Being neighbourly and comiunmty-minded is one of the great strengths of our comiunmty I was pleased to see so much of those values being upheld still by so many comiunmty-minded citizens!. What a great place we live in!
16. | Aug 27, 2013
Supporting LEAF is reflective of good commtniuy citizenship and values in support of our commtniuy of Scenic Acres as a whole. Having recently canvassed around my home streets, I have been encouraged by the demonstration of such values from so many neighbours. Conversations around all sorts of issues that are valuable to our commtniuy arose and gave us something to connect about. As commtniuy residents we should take any advantage to be part of making our commtniuy better for everyone, not just our personal property but showing pride and support for others. I particularly like the fact that we, as residents, will have control over how our commtniuy greenspaces are cared for. This will only increase property value for everyone. Just taking a walk around one can see the neglect in these places. Being neighbourly and commtniuy-minded is one of the great strengths of our commtniuy I was pleased to see so much of those values being upheld still by so many commtniuy-minded citizens!. What a great place we live in!
17. | Aug 19, 2013
Bess Massingham Being Erin's Grandma this was the bestest and nesaett wedding I ever attended. The bride was gorgeous..( I may be prejudest) and love my new Grandson! Thankyou for all the unforgetable pictures.
18. | Aug 14, 2013
Hello I have 3 children to regtsier and didn't see the registration form on this site. I also have a 14yr old daughter who would love to help out if you need extra help.Here's their info:Sarah Hines, age 8/3rd gradeRebekah Hines, age 6/1st gradeIsaac Hines, age 4/preschool*Rachel Hines, age 14/9th gradeNone of them have any medical issues/concerns, no allergies all are potty trained:)Thank-you,Keelin Hines 277-7487
19. | Aug 10, 2013
people spent themselves out in Nov and Dec 2011, low AE sales then too. Tapped out and creidt cards maxxed out, taxes due and holiday malaise sets in. Big buying spurt in January when prices were low $30's an oz. not out of the ordinary for february to tail off. Add Jan and Feb together and they would make a good two month salesconsumer sentiment dropped like the proverbial rock in Jan and Feb. No mas dinero in the average buyers pockets at the present time. Gas prices going to $4 and $5 a gallon and inflation eating the paycheck. Unemployment benefits terminated for some. This takes hundreds of billions of FIAT out of the AE sales. While Feb is not over yet it could hit 2,000,000 sales. They may or may not pick up after April stack up which the prices are still under $40
20. | Aug 1, 2013
people spent themselves out in Nov and Dec 2011, low AE sales then too. Tapped out and cridet cards maxxed out, taxes due and holiday malaise sets in. Big buying spurt in January when prices were low $30's an oz. not out of the ordinary for february to tail off. Add Jan and Feb together and they would make a good two month salesconsumer sentiment dropped like the proverbial rock in Jan and Feb. No mas dinero in the average buyers pockets at the present time. Gas prices going to $4 and $5 a gallon and inflation eating the paycheck. Unemployment benefits terminated for some. This takes hundreds of billions of FIAT out of the AE sales. While Feb is not over yet it could hit 2,000,000 sales. They may or may not pick up after April stack up which the prices are still under $40
21. | Jul 31, 2013
What do you do when you come across a secnntee that you don't understand yet you know what every single word and particle means? I've had this happen a few t...
22. | Jul 17, 2013
What do you do when you come across a snteence that you don't understand yet you know what every single word and particle means? I've had this happen a few t...
23. | Jul 15, 2013
Many many realtors would like what you have but with PITI. Principal, Interest, Taxes, & Insurance. That would give us the total mhlotny payments which is much more valuable than just the PI, principal & Interest calculator.It should be easy to add on.1. Tax Rate with a Drop Down List from O.1 to 4.0 in .1 increments 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, etc.2. Insurance Yearly Cost, then you divide by 12.
24. | Jul 7, 2013
When you come across this type of sneentce where you know all the words but not the sneentce, how much of the sneentce do you understand? If you can get the ...
25. | Jul 5, 2013
What do you do when you come across a setncnee that you don't understand yet you know what every single word and particle means? I've had this happen a few t...
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28. | Jun 16, 2013
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30. | Jun 10, 2013
When you come across this type of senetnce where you know all the words but not the senetnce, how much of the senetnce do you understand? If you can get the ...
31. | Jun 10, 2013
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36. | May 24, 2013
I am trying to come up with a csuotm Loan Calculator for a sidebar on my site I want it to have these fields:Loan amountLength of loaninterest ratedownpaymentAnd have it display the figures below. Is this possible with your plugin?Thanks!
37. | May 22, 2013
Thanks for shraing. Your post is a useful contribution.
38. | May 21, 2013
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39. | May 19, 2013
Many many realtors would like what you have but with PITI. Principal, Interest, Taxes, & Insurance. That would give us the total mohtnly payments which is much more valuable than just the PI, principal & Interest calculator.It should be easy to add on.1. Tax Rate with a Drop Down List from O.1 to 4.0 in .1 increments 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, etc.2. Insurance Yearly Cost, then you divide by 12.
40. | May 17, 2013
Hello Luca! Thanks for being such an inspiration to all of us lagngaue learners. I just wanted to ask you, did you start Japanese with Assimil just like you did with a couple of the other lagngaues or you went around it a different way? Another thing I noticed is that since you learned Mandarin before Japanese perhaps it aided you in the writing of Kanji (since I've heard that Japanese Kanji comes from Chinese). Did that help you as well? Hope to hear from you soon.Grazie mille!-Ivan
41. | May 17, 2013
Articles like these put the consumer in the driver seat-very imoprtnat.
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43. | Apr 27, 2013
Hello Luca! Thanks for being such an inspiration to all of us lgugnaae learners. I just wanted to ask you, did you start Japanese with Assimil just like you did with a couple of the other lgugnaaes or you went around it a different way? Another thing I noticed is that since you learned Mandarin before Japanese perhaps it aided you in the writing of Kanji (since I've heard that Japanese Kanji comes from Chinese). Did that help you as well? Hope to hear from you soon.Grazie mille!-Ivan
44. | Jun 22, 2012
Hey now:I found your plugin and I think it's great. Thanks for shniarg it. I have been looking for a long time to find something like this. I have a suggestion/recommendation/Help request:I have an app where I call every page through an index page. One of the get params is the page title ie(index.php?p=GetStuff&page=1)Now p=GetStuff tells me what the page title is going to be. I have the pagination (&page=1) coming through as well. Basically I recall (index.php?p=GetStuff&page=2) when I want to go to page 2. So you bread crumbs picks this up and creates crumbs for the the new page and they are essentially the same thing..yes its page 1 and 2 but the page title is the exact same and works as designed im sure. I would like to modify it so if the setCrumb(crumb) function would check the incoming crumb name and if it exists in the crumbs that exist don't create it.I attempted this on my own and could not get it to work. Im new to jquery so I'm sure I am missing something any help would be appreciated.
45. | Apr 26, 2012
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47. | Apr 25, 2012
Hi Heather. Styling for the plugin works 100% for the dealfut wp themes. Its hard to follow all commercial and o/s themes out there in order to make this plugin show with the same styling. You can either contact your theme developer or email me so I can take a look.
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50. | Apr 12, 2012
Nice post, thank you. Because I create one-of-a-kind items, I use my tbwsiee to further illustrate that fact by allowing someone to view items at a closer range from the posted photographs. My inventory is ever-changing, and I have grown to offer an array of hand-made products so it is hard to speak with someone and include details of every creation. It is helpful to direct an art lover to my site, allowing them to visually appreciate the unique qualities. Utilizing my tbwsiee as an online portfolio, and an organized space where items are listed in specific categories also serve as an organizational tool for me and the inventory I maintain.
51. | Feb 12, 2012
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