Monthly Archives: March 2018

DUI – Horse

Standard disclaimer: I am not an attorney and my comments in this and other posts are not intended as, nor should they be construed as, legal advice. If you need legal advice, please consult an attorney who specializes in the … Continue reading

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Additional Changes to Find-A-Grave

Noticed a few new things on Find-A-Grave recently. When I went to the site a few days,  I had to change my password as it didn’t meet the 8 character minimum. In the past, they allowed you to have a … Continue reading

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Boost Dealz Update

I mentioned this is another blog post, but I will probably be dropping Boost Mobile as my back-up cell phone plan. Paying $10/billing cycle (base plan is $35/billing cycle, minus $5 for auto-pay and up to $20 credit earned through … Continue reading

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New DNA Company DNAFeed

Update March 17, 2018: The information in this blog post is not intended as, nor should it be construed to be, medical advice. If you need medical advice, please consult a medical professional who works in the field that best … Continue reading

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Customer Loyalty and What Companies Don’t Get About It

As I am in the process of writing a response to Boost Mobile’s recent major downgrade in its Boost Dealz app, I was struck by the lack of customer loyalty on the part of companies. They expect us to be … Continue reading

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Facebook Group Change – Answer Questions to Join

This change to some Facebook groups has been around for a while. In the past, you sent a request to join a Facebook group and you were either approved or denied. Now, many groups require you to answer one or … Continue reading

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Some Places to Find Free eBooks

There are plenty of places to find free eBooks. You can start at Amazon, Barnes and Noble (B&N), Google Play (yes, it has an eBook section), Apple iBooks, and Kobo. It can be challenging to find specific free eBooks as … Continue reading

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