Today I wished to add my wife to my Prime Account and could not figure out how.
So I thought I would call and ask for help. Imagine my surprise when I had to resort to Google to find your help-desk phone number on someones Blog because it was either non-existent there or VERY well hidden on your web page, 1-866-216-1072 if you are interested.
Finally I called and after a very short hold I was talking to a very nice tech support lady. At least she put up with me, what she said about me after I was off the phone I don’t know or care.
Once again imagine my surprise when I was shown that in order to send an invite to my wife to enable her to use the Prime Account I had to go into the “Orders” tab/column.
Way to go, folks, WAY. TO. GO. You do know that had you used a white 2pt font on a white background you could probably have made it harder to find? Not definitely mind you, but probably.
I rather suspect that the nice young (judging from the sound of her voice) lady is going to ignore the last request I made of her.
That was to first find a large stick and and then to find the head of your web design team and then bring the two of them into extremely close proximity repeatedly and at a very high velocity.
Well that would be because NO ONE could mistake you for a man who loves this country, let alone the President.
And Mrs. obama says that a woman has asked her to get something off a shelf. Get over yourself woman. I’m a 57 year old, not very tall man, and I’ve had strangers (usualy older, shorter woman) ask me to get things off upper shelf’s before.
And they say it will be a big one. 2 – 8″ of rain (or the snow equivalent, depending on elevation and temperature). It won’t break the drought but it will help.
I pulled some data off of the “California Data Exchange Center“* and “Massaged” it a bit. I’m not a climate scientist but I did dress up as one on Halloween. Actually, pretty much all I did was delete or adjust a couple of wrong records. For example I’m pretty sure that on October 25th, 1987 the actual elevation of the water in New Melones Reservoir was NOT -1″ and that on August 18th, 1987 the reservoir had not dropped 900′ over night.
Be that as it may this is what I came up with.
New Melones Reservoir water level from early 1985 to yesterday.
I’m seeing a little bit of a pattern here. A couple, three or four, good years to fill it up and then it slowly drains for several years.
Actually since NMR drains into (by law) a reservoir a few miles downstream I probably should have (and still might) downloaded the inflow records. That might actually give me a better look at the climate here.
Oh, by the way. The reservoir is starting to rise. Over the last month or so we have had a little rain.
July 1st, 2014 to December 10th, 2014
See that nice “Hockey Stick”? The reservoir has gone up about 4 feet.
OK. I was bored. Here is the inflow data into the reservoir. Un-massaged.
In Cubic Feet/Sec.
*Use NML for the ID and nothing for the sensor number.
He specified “for instance, in a lot of places, police officers aren’t even allowed to go into the more dangerous areas by themselves. They’re always paired. Or you know, people use tasers, people learn how to shoot people in the legs to stop them from charging, things of that nature. And I seriously doubt that he’d been given that information.”
Ben I have some ideas on surgery, next time you crack someone open, give me a call and I’ll walk you through it.
Ice is already starting to develop on Michigan’s Great Lakes. This is the earliest ice on some of the Great Lakes in at least 40 years.
According to the Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, on November 20, 2014, three of Michigan’s Great Lakes had ice starting to form. Lake Superior and Lake Michigan were one-half percent ice covered, while Lake Huron had one percent ice. Lake Erie was not reporting any ice as of Nov. 20, 2014.
Decent early season ice coverage records date back to 1973. Last Friday was the earliest date that all three Great Lakes already had ice since the better reporting of early season ice began.
Facebook rejected a gun stores ad for Gun Safes because
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Hell, anyone who has access to Facebook, that want’s to get my attention, already has a computer and can email me. If they can’t email me because they don’t have a computer then they are not on Facebook.
I don’t see any reason that I need Facebook. I only checked it once or twice a week as it was, now I’ll save that little bit of time.