Makes a nice ebook reader...some tablets only work on wi-fi, som... moreMakes a nice ebook reader...some tablets only work on wi-fi, some use cell service too.
Usually it will work to play streaming videos, email, web surfing, calendar...Almost useless if you want to run a home business, do resumes, spreadsheet budgeting. Touch screen keyboard is terrible to deal with doing so many typos. While keyboard is available for tablet, I would rather have a grown up computer for everything except reading books, videos and check email, tablet is main computer for boss/sales guy who just needs appointments times, email and notes.
Do NOT BUY OFF NAME BRAND OR IT WON'T DO MUCH...Got Google Nexus and it is almost useless. Kindle, Ipad or other big name brand will do everything like videos, books, email, apps, games...Off name brands will almost not work for much. less
The two website from where I buy seeds are Kusa Seed Societ... moreThe two website from where I buy seeds are Kusa Seed Society and Seed Savers Exchange as they are the one from where we get the best and organic seeds at a reasonable price.
I saved next to nothing when I was young. I could have put some ... moreI saved next to nothing when I was young. I could have put some money aside between 18-21 as I was working almost full time and living at home, but I was also paying for classes at community college and had a small car payment, so couldn't save much. I did save enough to move out at 21, but then had all living expenses to pay on a salary of under $500 a month (back in the 70s--the good old days, lol).
We've talked with our kids at length about saving as much as they can while they're still living at home. This is probably the only time they'll be able to put so much money aside for the future. Once they're out on their own, it's just so hard to save. DD has taken this to heart; she has a very healthy savings account and has even invested some of her money, and she's only 23. And she's paying down her student loans as quickly as possible. She wants to be debt-free or close to it when she moves out. DS, on the other hand, is finding it more difficult because he hasn't found a full-time, decent paying job yet. But ... less
I use Pantene, Suave, or sometimes L'oreal depending on sales wi... moreI use Pantene, Suave, or sometimes L'oreal depending on sales with coupons. I can usually get a bottle for around a dollar, and it lasts months as my hair's short. In the summer I use a minty shampoo because it's so cooling; can't remember the brand at the moment, though. Almost never use conditioner as my hair's so fine it would just get weighed down.
I love corned beef and cabbage and I always try to stock up on corned beef just before Saint Patrick's Day.
I like to have it three or four times a year, so that's how much I try to have on hand, as far as corned beef goes.
I also buy at least one extra head of...
by Thomas McClintock
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