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  1. Does anyone here have any experience with the Embr Wave? It's that thing you wear on your wrist and is supposed to help regulate your body temp & keep you warm/cold. I can't help but think it's a scam but haven't heard of anyone that actually has one.
  2. In the hypothetical situation of economic collapse, there are groups of people that promote having things like gold & silver coins. But what I don't understand is, what good would that do? Sure they might be worth a fortune, but if there are no stores, restaurants, gas stations, etc..... where would you spend these things. Of course, there are people that promote bartering. That's great if you stockpile certain products, but again, what would you do with coins? Just hand them over to someone and say they are worth $$$? The average person wouldn't know the difference between coins, their purity, value, etc.... My plan is to go crazy doing whatever the hell I want until someone kills me. I just hope they make it quick and painless.
  3. Thanks!!! I'm going to get on this project I have this weekend and use the formulas you gave and see how it goes.
  4. I have two questions about Excel. First, if I track changes in a shared excel file, is anybody else able to "untrack" those changes or turn off the feature that I'm trying to track? Secondly, and this is more complicated - at least for someone that's not an excel expert........myself for instance, lol. I'm trying to get information from one spreadsheet, into another spreadsheet, but only if certain criteria is met. I tried googling, and honestly, I was even more confused after looking at a few web pages. What I'm wanting to do is: IF, Spreadsheet #2, Cell C5 contains the information that is in Spreadsheet #1, Cell A2 AND if Spreadsheet #2 Cell D5 equals Spreadsheet #1, Cell C2, THEN I want Spreadsheet #2, Cell K5 to equal Spreadsheet #1, Cell L2. Alternatively, If Spreadsheet #1 Cell D2 is the same as Spreadsheet #2 Cell F5, THEN I was Spreadsheet #2 Cell L5 to equal Spreadhseet #1 Cell L2. Make any sense?
  5. Neighbors likely know that somebody is deceased and figured it's a big job and people were hired to do it. And if questioned, that could be what the thieves said.
  6. Yep, '98 Explorer. Getting ready to take it on another drive up the east coast and back over 4th of July week.
  7. *sigh* I'm almost at 509,000 miles and really, really, really, really, really would like it go at least another year. Which is possible I guess, but more issues are starting to pop up. For a while now I've been going through a lot of oil. I could never figure out what was going on........it wasn't leaking that I could tell, it wasn't smoking out the back, it just kind of disappeared. Today, I think I found out where it's been going. Into my air filter. I had my oil changed this AM, ordered some tires, decided to replace some sway bar things that I should have done for safety, but don't *need* to keep it going. While it was getting a once over, they showed me leaking rear differential. Gave me an estimate to replace seals which wasn't bad so going back next week for that. The transmission slips every so often.........not horrible, but still not ideal. I added some stop slip stuff today which is the most I'm willing to do since I don't think the transmission fluid has EVER been changed. My power steering pump isn't in the best shape. It whined when it was cold. Doesn't do it now that the weather is warm, but a couple months ago I turkey-basted a bunch out and replaced the fluid, which helped, but it's nearing the end of it's life. Going to have the PCV valve replaced next week as well now and hopefully that will take care of the oil issue. If not, it's just a matter of time I guess. I have a set limit each year on what I'm willing to spend on repairs (not maintenance) - $600......and this will put me right at that amount. I always knew it wouldn't go forever, but every year it has kept defying the odds. In the meantime, I'm just going to look at it as a challenge to see how many miles I can get and keep putting band-aids on in the form of fluid fixes .
  8. Maybe a ho made them? Truth in advertising.
  9. https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/abba-new-music-35-years/
  10. Every time a person farts, they are turning their poo pieces into an aerosol. Voila........airborne poo pieces.
  11. This sucks. I need a cheeseburger and I think I'm going to go get one. My breath stinks. I'm afraid to take the percocets they gave me, so I'm taking a 200 mg ibuprofen and a 650 mg acetaminophen roughly every 8 hours. Going back to work tomorrow.
  12. I just checked. I thought it was sarcasm when called Tuft & Needles, lol. It's a real brand I didn't know of. Sounds lumpy and itchy.
  13. Was it the "Mattress-In-A-Box" brand? That's what I got and love it. Surprised to hear your disappointment.
  14. I'm down to soft foods for a while and found a glass jar of White House Cinnamon Applesauce in my pantry that has a "best by" date of June 2015. It's sealed, and in glass. Would it still be ok to eat?
  15. Been home from surgery for about 90 minutes now. They made me drink a bottle of apple juice before leaving and gave me another for the road. They said to start eating soft foods right away, so today is mashed potatos, appleasauce and watermelon. Also need to keep drinking to keep things moist. I also got the humidifiers in my house going. I can eat solids whenever I feel comfortable to do so. They said unless there's complications it's ok to go back to work on Monday. Other than a sore throat, I feel fine. They did say that the worst pain will be in 6-8 days and travel to my ears but that it's normal. I got some anti nausea meds but don't think I'll need those at all. Also got an Rx for percocet, but don't feel like I need them, but got them filled just in case........maybe in that 6-8 day range. The warnings that come with those bad boys make it sound not worth it though. Things like you can stop breathing, LOL. The procedure itself lasted 15 minutes. I was in pre op and post op longer than that. The next few days is pretty much going to be Netflix, munching on what I can, drinking as much as I can, and sleeping.

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