Here’s the info for Type 1 Diabetes from the Children’s Diabetes Foundation: https://www.childrensdiabetesfoundation.org/national-park-pass/?fbclid=IwAR0I99OsX4060jvKjW2Z_CiqWnnf9FOzU-FCbZcrki2Vrscdz8jcZDvQNec
National Parks are unfortunately not free.
Oh, I definitely know I can do that, and it’s a great fix for some situations. I just don’t think a lot of the tabs I have open warrant having their own bookmark. If I did that every time Chrome got overloaded I’d have THOUSANDS of bookmarks. That’s just setting myself up for a bigger headache down the road
Bookmarks are definitely the right choice for things you need to access regularly. These aren’t tabs I need forever, only for a day or two. And bookmarking 70 tabs at once isn’t exactly an easy proposition.
It’s roughly 21 ounces of whisky. With that, it’s .14 ounce of simple per ounce of whisky. I was personally worried about the bitters, but it was A+.
Skyscanner didn’t specify a timezone, which leads me to believe ET.
If your tickets are booked together then Precheck is almost always added to the companion’s ticket as well.
I was flying Delta. I fly out of RDU fairly frequently (my family lives there) and have never seen a line quite like that.
The first page when you set it up asks what country you’re in. It works in roughly 30 countries. From their site: “JustWatch is also available in the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, France, Mexico, Brazil, Ireland, South Africa, India, New-Zealand, Malaysia and 20 other countries.”
It’s a one-time fee for the card, in addition to a monthly subscription fee for the service itself. The card only waives fees if you buy a ticket same-day for a movie. For advance tickets you’ll pay roughly $4/ticket in fees in addition to your subscription.
Cheap flights are anywhere you book flights today for anytime next year. A flight from San Francisco to Raleigh, North Carolina (where my family is) is $197 today roundtrip on Alaska and United. Flight is typically $500+
I think those are supposed to be average discounts/prices.
I waited for him at Starbucks post customs. Neither one of us realized it was going to take SO much longer. Made it through two drinks! :-)
Thanks for the info!
It doesn’t work with a grandfathered unlimited plan! :-(
Autocorrect FTW! Thanks for the catch!
Here’s what Google Help says. You also might want to try adding the number as a contact (if it isn’t already):
I meant you could send messages from your computer, not specifically a web browser. That sentence was definitely a bit confusing, so I adjusted it. Sorry for the confusion!
I live in San Francisco and most of my Lifehacker colleagues are in NYC. That quite a walk. :-P
I’m not sure where in SF you’re trying to park, but I know in my neighborhood (The Mission) finding that spot can take hours. IT certainly depends on where you live and where you’re trying to go in that car.