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... in people. I have
honestly found that people all over the world will go out of their way to do
you favors if you take the time to get to know them and be kind.
All of that is to say that while waiting in line for over 45 minutes for today’s 14 hour Emirates
flight with a bunch of other hot and sweaty and grumpy people, I found some reserves within myself to be nice to the flight attendant ...
... need it. So, we will shortly be leaving for home. Impressions of Seattle?? I quite liked the city. However the presence of loads of down and outs, asking, begging for money was really off putting. There were also several gatherings of coloured youths who gave us the willies. That is why I have no photos in the city in this blog as we did not want to carry a tablet around. Today we fly to Vancouver, a 48 minute flight. Then we fly to London ...
... 34;install_osx" (to change) and "SpotifyController.sh" (to turn around the host)
Get this package that includes each of the files you may need to change the control.
The main one more element that could be really nice is volume control, which the iTunes Remote comes with. Nonetheless, there's no free iOS treatment for handy remote control Spotify, so if nothing else, you're able to take comfort inside ...
... cold drive through the mid-west that is about to happen. The bad news is that temperatures are as low as -20....the good news is that the forecast doesn't call for rain or storms, so that should help us with good non-icy road conditions.
I'll be back to update this again as soon as I can and will try to post
any pictures I can along the way.
Till next time!
... Broncos in what we were proudly told is the loudest stadium in the world. The ground is indeed loud . . . more a constant blanket of sound rather than the electric crackle of London’s Olympic stadium. As with most things over here, it is fun (we had a great time) but lacks the edge of spectator sport back home . . . that visceral energy that takes a life of its own, ebbing, flowing (sometimes overflowing). Such is the zero tolerance of anything verging ...