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... cancelled the card since last night when we used
it?” and “ do we have enough cash to pay for this and the petrol
we need to buy in the next hour?” After half an hour of trying to
sort it, we paid cash. Then we rang Mastercard, went on hold, left a
message and as of 12 hours later I'm still waiting for that message
to be returned.
Meanwhile, Ben tried to get money out
of an ATM machine and it worked and ...
Please accept my apologies for the multiples entries of yesterday's blog. After composition, I attempted to "share" with my contacts but I kept getting a message: "Oops, something is wrong. Please try again later." It wasn't until later when Wendell opened his email that I discovered that the entry had been posted....several times. Hopefully, that will not happen again.
Day 4 of ...
... of Katrina+10 – photos and commentary of the devastation caused by the hurricane were a sobering reminder of the force of nature. In Ocean Springs we enjoyed a visit to the Walter Anderson Museum of Art; a fascinating insight into his life and paintings portrayed by a short film. All the exhibits are originals including his ‘Little Room’, his refuge in the family house which had been kept locked and his family discovered only after his death. Déjà vu kicked in as ...
... fairly compensated to do so, and merely doing the minimum required to KEEP the job because we fear the consequences of the alternative. The former is how America achieved its greatness; the latter is why we are declining from it. The other modern/industrialized cultures outside of the United States, while not perfect, do “get it”. They consider time off to recharge, and providing health care for all, to be part of the SOCIAL ...
... quite a bit more tools/materials than what the motorcycle came with! LINK Buy a good service manual, check your basic stuff at least once a week: Tire pressure, loose or missing fasteners, check the oil and brake fluid reservoirs, your lights and signals, the horn and lastly check for leaks. Keep your motorcycle clean so you can spot the leaks early! Buy your motorcycle the high octane gas, she deserves it. Carry a tire puncture kit and know how to use it, heck, practice ...