drLouie
drLouie
drLouie
5/21/21 12:59PM
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Since when does everyone have them?  No, not true.  It seems like a simple thing.  Don’t take the pictures.  When do they get to see you naked?  When you’ve made the decision to disrobe in front of them.  It’s your body, you should get to control that.

5/18/21 2:13AM
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Although this sounds like a slam dunk suggestion,  email accounts are probably the least secure type of online account you have with god knows how many people able to check in and see the mail you are receiving. Having detailed billing statements sent directly to them is just a disaster waiting to happen.

5/16/21 4:44PM
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With lastpass when you share it, it stays in their vault as well as yours (unless you unshare it). If you change the password, it changes in their vault as well.

5/14/21 2:53PM
1

I think (and correct me if I’m wrong) that that’s along the lines of “I need to send you this one password one time”, which is great to, like, login to Netflix, but not great for something where the password might need to change over time and be accessed frequently.

5/11/21 3:42PM
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Some of the detail is off a little, but that’s the basic idea. A 20'x40', partition wall down the long dimension with sliding barn doors (to save space) to the rooms. Recessed fridge, “pantry” is also mechanical room, wall-hung toilet with in-wall tank to save space, tankless water heaters to save space, 4'x4' fixed

5/03/21 12:10PM
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My solution to the wasted space of hallways was to build a house with no hallways. We love it even more than we’d anticipated.

4/07/21 2:04PM
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I didn’t know Evil Week had started already.....

4/07/21 10:34AM
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Might be true, but it will definitely be better than handing them a card that is no longer readable due to the folding and other wear and tear.

4/05/21 2:02PM
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photocopy your original at 75% and laminate the photocopy. Then you can keep the photocopy with you and put the original someplace safe.

10/28/20 2:55PM
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I spent some time in my teen years learning how to skim effectively, and it definitely allowed me to get through material quickly. That said, it only works with things you don’t have to contemplate much... familiar concepts, new specific information for a subject you’re already familiar with, etc. I use this technique Read more

4/09/20 1:51PM
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I dug up all my old ones, most were very clearly expired and weren’t recognizable in their original gel form. The one exception was some military issue Purell I have that is probably 10 years old, in very different containers than you would normally see, but maintained it’s gel form and still stings like new. Haven’t

10/15/19 5:32PM
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Do it. You won’t regret it. I’m loving mine. 

10/15/19 5:32PM
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OnePlus. I currently have the 7 Pro and I have no complaints. 

10/05/19 4:35PM
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I would highly recommend OnePlus. Been with them for a couple iterations and they are far an above better than most phones I've ever had. Close to stock Android, excellent build quality, heavy, amazing fast charging, decent photos, and basically half the cost of other flagships. Worth every penny. 

10/05/19 9:42AM
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I have the 6T (TMobile) and have been nothing but happy with it. I plan on upgrading to the 7T and might suggest to my wife that she switch from her Pixel 3 to the OnePlus.

9/23/18 5:07PM
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Sure, register your domain with any of the registrars such as godaddy, bluehost, siteground , etc . Read more

2/01/16 3:23PM
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Box’s file limit is the killer. I’m thinking Google Drive or Dropbox may win out here for users that are willing to pay.